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					CALENDAR
FALL SEMESTER 2007                                                                            Graduate	Performance	
                                                                                           GuARANTEE
	 Enrollment		                                      Apr	1	–	Aug	29
	 Labor	Day	Holiday		                               Sept	3
	 Classwork	Begins		                                Sept	5
	 Last	Drop	With	Refund		                           Sept	18
	 Mid	Semester		                                    Oct	18                                   The first Oklahoma college
	 Move-in	Day	For	2nd-Half		                        Oct	22	                                to guarantee the performance
	 Start	2nd-Half-Only	Classes		
	 Last	Withdrawal	With	Automatic	“W”		
                                                    Oct	23
                                                    Nov	19
                                                                                                   of its graduates
	 Student	Break		                                   Nov	21
                                                                                    OSU-Okmulgee certifies that this graduate has achieved graduate
	 Thanksgiving	Day	Holidays		                       Nov	22/23
	 Classwork	Resumes		                               Nov	26                         competencies identified by the appropriate academic department and its
	 Instructional	Period	Ends		                       Dec	18                         program advisory committee. If the graduate is judged to be lacking in
	 Graduation	Exercises		                            Dec	18                         job performance skills identified as exit competencies for the program of
	 Student	Break		                                   Dec	19	–	Jan	6                 study, OSU-Okmulgee will provide up to nine tuition-free credit hours or
                                                                                   equivalent of additional education.
SPRING SEMESTER 2008
	 Enrollment		                                      Oct	19	–	Jan	4		     	          Special conditions that apply to the Guarantee are as follows:
	 Classwork	Begins		                                Jan	7,	7:30	AM                    1.      The graduate must have earned the AAS degree from
	 Last	Drop	With	Refund		                           Jan	18	                        OSU-Okmulgee beginning April 1993 or thereafter in a technical program
	 Martin	Luther	King	Holiday		                      Jan	21	 	            	
                                                                                   identified in the current college catalog.
	 Mid	Semester		                                    Feb	22,	4:30	PM	     	
	 Move-in	Day	For	2nd	Half		                        Feb	26,	noon	        	            2.      The graduate must have completed the AAS degree at
	 Start	2nd-Half-Only	Classes		                     Feb	27,	7:30	AM                OSU-Okmulgee with a majority of the credits being earned at
	 Spring	Break	Begins		                             Mar	17,	7:30	AM	     	
                                                                                   OSU-Okmulgee and must have completed the degree within a four-year
	 Classwork	Resumes		                               Mar	24,	7:30	AM	     	
	 Last	Withdrawal	W/Automatic	“W”	Grade*	           Mar	31	 	            	
                                                                                   time span.
	 Instructional	Period	Ends		                       Apr	24,	4:30	PM	     	            3.      Graduates must be employed full-time in an area directly related
	 Graduation	Exercises		                            Apr	24,	7:30	PM	               to the program of concentration as certified by the Office of Academic
                                                                                   Affairs.
SUMMER SEMESTER 2008
	 Enrollment	                                       Feb	25	–	Apr	29                   4.      Employment must commence within 12 months of graduation.
	 Classwork	Begins	                                 Apr	30                            5.      The employer must identify deficiencies and certify in writing,
	 Last	Drop	With	Refund		                           May	13	                        within 90 days of the graduate’s initial employment, that the employee is
	 Memorial	Day	Holiday	                             May	26
                                                                                   lacking specific entry-level skills guaranteed by OSU-Okmulgee as a part
	 Mid	Semester	                                     Jun	20
	 Summer	Break	Begins	                              Jun	20,	4:30	PM
                                                                                   of the degree program.
	 Classwork	Resumes	                                Jul	7,	7:30	AM                    6.      The employer, graduate, department head, chief academic officer
	 Start	2nd-Half-Only	Classes	                      Jul	7,	7:30	AM                 and the appropriate faculty will develop a written educational plan for the
	 Last	Withdrawal	W/Automatic	“W”*	                 Jul	29	                        needed education.
	 Instructional	Period	Ends	                        Aug	22
	 Graduation	Exercises	                             Aug	22,	7:30	PM                   7.      Education will be limited to nine credit hours related to the
                                                                                   identified skill deficiency and to those classes regularly scheduled during
INTERIM SESSION 2008                                                               the period covered by the education plan.
	 Enrollment		                                      Feb	25	–	May	30						
                                                                                      8.      All education must be completed within three semesters from the
	 	Classwork	Begins		                               Jun	2,	7:30	AM
	 Last	Drop	With	Refund		                           Jun	6	
                                                                                   time the educational plan is agreed upon.
	 Independence	Day	Holiday		                        Jul	4                             9.      The graduate and/or employer is responsible for the cost of books,
	 Last	Withdrawal	W/Automatic	“W”*	                 Jul	11	                        insurance, uniforms, fees, room and board, tools and other course-related
  	Interim	Session	Ends	                            Jul	25                         expenses.
                                                                                      10. The Guarantee certifies only that the graduate has achieved
                                                                                   competencies identified as appropriate by the academic department and its
 This Catalog offers information about the academic programs and support           program advisory committee.
services of the University. This Catalog is as accurate as possible, but
the information may not remain current for all of the academic year.
                                                                                   The Guarantee process can be initiated by written notification from
Circumstances may prompt changes in courses, course content, credit,
fees, regulations, semester calendar, curriculum, degrees offered, and other
                                                                                   the employer to the President, OSU-Okmulgee, 1801 East 4th Street,
University matters. The current and official information may be found on the       Okmulgee, OK 74447-3901. For more information, call 918-293-5256.
OSU-Okmulgee web site, http://www.osu-okmulgee.edu.


                                                                               
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Academic Profiling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6                Precision Agriculture Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Academic Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 - 12                     Southwestern Association Industrial & Farm Equipment. . . . . . . . . . 35
Academic Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 - 13
ACT Residual Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7                cOLLEGE OF THE MUScOGEE NATION
Administration, Faculty & Professional Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 - 133                                    Gaming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Admission Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 6
Bachelor of Technology Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15                            cONSTRUcTION TEcHNOLOGIES DIvISION
Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2       Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover - 1                         Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology-hVAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Campus Services/Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 - 15                      Construction Technology
College of the Muscogee Nation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                         Construction Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Cost of Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6               Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Course Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 - 125                    high Voltage Electricity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7         Masonry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Fee/Tuition Refund Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 9                      Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
General Policies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 9              Residential . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Grading System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10              Welding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Graduate Performance Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
MidAmerica Industrial Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
                                                                                                                    ENGINEERING TEcHNOLOGIES DIvISION
Mission, Goals, Accreditation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
                                                                                                                    Civil Engineering Technologies B.T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Police Crime Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                Electrical & Electronics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Programs of Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 - 64                 Engineering Graphics & Design Drafting Specialization . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Regents Resolution on Disruptive Conduct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12                               Instrumentation Engineering Technologies B.T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Student Financial Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 8                    Manufacturing Specialization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Student Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15                Nanoscientific Instrumentation Specialization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Student Privacy Rights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5                Watchmaking & Microtechnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

Programs of Study                                                                                                   HEALTH & ENvIRONMENTAL
                                                                                                                    TEcHNOLOGIES DIvISION
ARTS & ScIENcES DIvISION                                                                                            Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
General Education (degree seeking: undeclared majors) . . . . . . . . . . . 19                                      Orthotics & Prosthetics Technologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Business A.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20           Orthotics & Prosthetics - Pedorthics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Office Information Systems Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Pre-Education (Elementary) A.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22                        HOSPITALITy SERvIcES TEcHNOLOGIES DIvISION
Pre-Education (Secondary) A.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23                       Food Service Management
                                                                                                                     Culinary Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
AUTOMOTIvE & HEvI TEcHNOLOGIES DIvISION
Automotive Collision Repair Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24                              INFORMATION TEcHNOLOGIES DIvISION
Automotive Service Technology                                                                                       Information Technologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
 Chrysler CAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25            Information Technologies A.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
 Ford ASSET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26             Information Assurance & Forensics B.T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
 GM ASEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
 PRO-TECh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28              vISUAL cOMMUNIcATIONS
 Toyota T-TEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29              TEcHNOLOGIES DIvISION
 CAT Dealer Prep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
                                                                                                                    Graphic Design Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
 Gas Processors Assn./Gas Processors Suppliers Assn.,
                                                                                                                    Multimedia Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
       Natural Gas Compression Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
                                                                                                                    Photography Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
 Komatsu Advanced Career Training Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
 MhC Kenworth Truck Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33




                                                                                                                
       Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee
OSU-Okmulgee Philosophy                                                                    Institutional core Objectives
  OSU-Okmulgee believes the opportunity to participate in education should                   Core objectives are essential, broad-based workplace skills that cut across
be readily available and accessible to every person without regard to race,                occupational and academic titles. They are distinguished from program-specific
ethnic origin, religion, gender, handicap or level of income; they should not be           requirements needed for specialization in professional-technical programs and/or
impediments to an individual’s academic and social growth and development.                 academic-transfer plans. The assessment of student learning is held in high
The institution believes learning is a lifelong process that helps individuals             regard at OSU-Okmulgee and, in alignment with requirements of The higher
develop their potential and increase their awareness of and capabilities for               Learning Commission, faculty have developed five core objectives that are
making reasoned choices. Differences among persons, particularly in goals,                 wholly integrated in the curriculum. These Core Objectives are:
learning styles and attitudes, require a variety of means to satisfy the educational       1. Effectively communicate electronically, verbally, and in writing
needs of individuals. The institutional environment should be responsive to                2. Demonstrate logical, systematic problem-solving techniques
the varied needs of the students and the other constituencies that the institution
serves. To this end, the institution is committed to providing educational                 3. Develop and display a sense of personal, social and professional ethics
opportunities through close collaboration with other educational institutions,             4. Explain the cultural heritage and primary elements of the history and
the private and public sector, government entities, and the various business and              government of the U.S. people, especially as it impacts one’s industry
industry-based organizations that serve the residents of Oklahoma.                            or field of study
                                                                                           5. Access and use technology appropriate to one’s industry or field of study
OSU-Okmulgee Mission
  OSU-Okmulgee’s mission is to serve as the lead institution of higher education           Accreditation
in Oklahoma and the region providing comprehensive, high-quality, advancing                  OSU-Okmulgee’s programs of study are approved by the Board of Regents
technology programs and services to prepare and sustain a diverse student body             for Oklahoma State University and the A&M Colleges, the Oklahoma State
as competitive members of a world-class workforce and contributing members                 Regents for higher Education and the Oklahoma State Accrediting Agency.
of society.                                                                                Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee is accredited by The higher Learning
                                                                                           Commission and a member of the North Central Association (30 N. LaSalle
                                                                                           St., Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504; 1-800-621-7440; http://www.
Goals                                                                                      ncahigherlearningcommission.org.)
1. To expand the institution’s role in Oklahoma’s economic development.
2. To strengthen collaboration and working partnerships with other
   educational service providers, employers and trade associations.                        Role
3. To ensure excellence in all areas of institutional performance.                         • To accelerate the development of academic, technical and leadership skills of
                                                                                             students seeking associate degrees in advancing technology fields.
4. To ensure institutional development which attracts and retains
   quality students and faculty.                                                           • To instill in every graduate an appreciation for his or her individual
                                                                                             responsibility for citizenship in a multi cultural society.
5. To provide a supporting and challenging environment that enables and
   motivates individual members of a diverse student body to                               • To provide lifelong educational experiences for individuals.
   achieve their educational goals.                                                        • To provide lifelong educational experiences for individuals.
6. To heighten the students’ awareness of their individual                                 • To provide out-of-class learning experiences in the environment of quality
   responsibilities as employees.                                                            campus community.
7. To strengthen the students’ commitment to individual lifelong                           • To develop strategic alliances and partnerships with government, business and
   learning and career development.                                                          industry that lead to enhanced economic development of the state and region.
8. To assure professional mastery and technological currency by
   all faculty and staff.                                                                  Scope
9. To demonstrate accountability to multiple customer groups.                                OSU-Okmulgee’s scope is college level, advancing technology curricula and
                                                                                           services, co-curricular student life and public service.
values                                                                                       Emphasis is placed on:
 We value excellence and integrity in people, technology, jobs and learning.               • Associate degree programs in advancing technologies that fulfill a critical
                                                                                              work force need for technical/professionals;
                                                                                           • General education course work that contributes to the development of
Philosophy of General Education                                                               critical-thinking lifelong learners, whose interpersonal and communication
  General Education at OSU-Okmulgee employs current technology and diverse                    skills, problem-solving abilities and knowledge of ethics prepare them to be
learning methods to engage students in interactive learning processes. Students               productive employees and citizens;
are introduced to broad based knowledge, skills, and analytical and evaluative             • Programs and services which aid in the development and retention of students;
tools needed to lead productive and fulfilling lives in leadership and service to          • Continuing education and public service programs that meet the needs of
the community. This latitude in learning complements each program to enhance                  Oklahoma citizens;
students’ flexibility and, consequently, provide them with more options in the
work place.                                                                                • Technologically-advanced learning resource facilities and educational
                                                                                              infrastructure which meet the needs for academic excellence;
                                                                                           • Student experiences which foster leadership, participation and maturity;
Philosophy of Assessment of Student Learning                                               • Recruitment and sustenance of a diverse, qualified faculty and staff;
  Assessment of student learning at OSU-Okmulgee is an essential part of the               • Institutional planning program review processes that focus on academic
enduring process of enhancing and improving curricular and co-curricular student              excellence and continuous improvement of support services;
learning. It is driven by the College’s mission and vision statements. Academic            • Strategic alliances partnerships with government, business and industry that
divisions determine student learning objectives and then systematically gather,               serve to enhance the economic development;
document, analyze, and interpret evidence of student learning. Assessment is one
way that departments and programs affirm their strengths and plan improvements             • External resources that are required to provide program excellence;
that contribute to the College’s overall effectiveness.                                    • Accountability through assessment of student learning, competency,
                                                                                              satisfaction, exit placement and career success.


                                                                                       
GENERAL POLICIES

Admission Requirements                                                                           C. Transfer Student Probation:
 The admission policies of OSU-Okmulgee are those approved by the                                    A transfer student may be admitted on Academic Notice or Academic
Oklahoma State Regents for higher Education on Admission to and Transfer                             Probation if he or she fails to meet the following criteria:
among Oklahoma Colleges and Universities of the State System.                                            Credit Hours Attempted                 Cumulative GPA Required
Students will be admitted in one of the following status:                                                     0-30 credit hours                              1.7
                                                                                                              31+ credit hours                               2.0
1. First Time college Students
                                                                                                     Transfer students admitted on probation must maintain a 2.0 GPA each
 A. High School Graduates:                                                                           semester while on probation and raise their cumulative GPA to 2.0 to be
 Graduates from accredited high schools are eligible for admission                                   removed from Academic Probation.
provided they:                                                                                   D. Transfer of Credit:
     l   submit an Application for Admission;                                                        All transfer work is recorded on the student’s permanent record.
     l   participate in the American College Testing Program (ACT); The College Board
          SAT is acceptable;                                                                    3. Advanced Standing credit
     l   submit an official eight-semester high school transcript;                                An individual who is currently enrolled and has satisfactorily completed
     l   participate in COMPASS assessment, as required, as explained under Academic            a nationally recognized proficiency examination, has previous occupational
          Profiling.                                                                            experience or other relevant and documented experience, can request advanced
                                                                                                standing credit through one of the following means:
     The following high school curricular requirements have been established
     for students seeking admission to Oklahoma colleges and universities:                        Advanced Standing Credit: Proficiency tests are developed and administered
     Units/Years and Course Areas                                                               by the department responsible for the course offering. Exams may be technical
                                                                                                in scope or a nationally normed instrument such as COMPASS.
     l 4 English (Grammar, Composition, Literature)
                                                                                                  Military Experience: Advanced standing credit for military experience is based
     l 2 Lab Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics or any lab science certified
                                                                                                on criteria and recommendations contained in publications of the American
        by the school district; General Science with or without a lab may not be
                                                                                                Council on Education.
        used to meet this requirement.)
     l 3 Mathematics (Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Math
        Analysis, Calculus, Advanced Placement Statistics)
                                                                                                  Student Privacy Rights
     l 3 history and Citizenship skills (including 1 unit of American history

        and 2 additional units from subjects of history, Economics, Geography,                    As required by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974,
        Government, Non-Western Culture)                                                          Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee advises students of their privacy rights.
                                                                                                  OSU-Okmulgee may disclose information to parents of students in two ways:
     l 3 Additional units of subjects listed above or selected from the
        following: (Computer Science, Foreign Language)                                           1. by obtaining the student’s written consent, if the student is independent.

 B. Non-High School Graduates:                                                                    2. by having the parents sign an affidavit establishing the student’s dependency
                                                                                                  as defined by Internal Revenue Code of 1954. This form is available in the
     Individuals 18 years of age or older who are not high school graduates are
                                                                                                  Registrar’s Office upon request.
     eligible for admission provided:
     l   their high school class has graduated;
                                                                                                  Students of Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee have the right to:
     l   they submit an Application for Admission;
                                                                                                  1. inspect and review information contained in their educational records.
     l   they submit official transcripts of previous academic history including a GED if
                                                                                                  2. challenge the contents of their educational records.
          taken, and;
                                                                                                  3. hold a hearing if the outcome of their challenge is not satisfactory.
     l   they participate in the American College Testing Program (ACT) or the College
          Board SAT;                                                                              4. submit an explanatory statement for inclusion in their educational record if
                                                                                                  the outcome of their hearing is unsatisfactory.
     l   they participate in COMPASS as explained under Academic Profiling.
                                                                                                  5. prevent disclosure, with certain exceptions, of personal information from
2. college Transfer Students                                                                      their educational record.
 A transfer student is an undergraduate with greater than six attempted credit                    6. secure a copy of the institutional policy, which includes the location of all
hours, excluding developmental (0-level) courses and credit hours accumulated                     educational records.
by concurrently enrolled students.
 Individuals who have enrolled in one or more colleges prior to enrollment at                     Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee has declared the following to be open
OSU-Okmulgee must provide the following documentation depending upon the                          directory information:
number of hours completed at previous colleges:
                                                                                                  1. student’s name
 A. Students with fewer than 24 credits:
                                                                                                  2. student’s address (local and permanent)
     Transfer students are eligible for admission provided they:                                  3. student’s telephone number
     l   submit an Application for Admission;
                                                                                                  4. student’s date and place of birth
     l   participate in the American College Testing Program (ACT) or the College                 5. program(s) of study engaged
          Board SAT;
                                                                                                  6. dates of attendance at OSU-Okmulgee
     l   submit an official high school transcript, and;
                                                                                                  7. academic awards granted
     l   submit official college transcripts from each college attended;
                                                                                                  8. class schedule
     l   participate in COMPASS as explained under Academic Profiling.
                                                                                                  9. participation in official organizations and activities
 B. Students with 24 or more credits:
                                                                                                  10. sex
     Transfer Students are eligible for admission provided they:
                                                                                                  11. parents’ names and addresses
     l submit an Application for Admission;
                                                                                                  12. student picture
     l submit official college transcripts from each college attended;

     l   participate in COMPASS as explained under Academic Profiling.


                                                                                            
  Advanced standing credit awarded to a student must be validated by successful            2. Students will be allowed to take the exam (or each component) once.
completion of twelve or more semester hours of academic work at                          Note: students who have previously taken Computer Literacy & Applications
OSU-Okmulgee. All credit earned through advanced standing shall be so                    will not be permitted to seek Advanced Standing in the course.
designated “P” on the transcript following the course entry.                               3. Testing must be completed before the first day of the semester.
  Credit can be earned for previous knowledge by achieving the required                    For assistance or additional information please contact the Assessment Center
scores on any one or more of 34 CLEP exams in the disciplines of Business,               at 918-293-5248.
Composition on Literature, Foreign Languages, history and Social Sciences,               Residency Requirements for a Degree
and Mathematics.
                                                                                            Certain residency hours are required for a student to earn a degree from
4. Re-admission                                                                          OSU-Okmulgee. At least 15 of the final 30 hours applied toward the degree,
   Students who have attended OSU-Okmulgee previously, but have not                      or at least 50 percent of the hours required by the institution in the major field,
attended within the past two semesters must:                                             must be satisfactorily completed at OSU-Okmulgee.
   l submit an Application for Admission, and;

   l submit official transcripts of any college work attempted since the last date
                                                                                         Academic Profiling
      of attendance at OSU-Okmulgee.                                                     cOMPASS Assessment
5. Special Admission                                                                        COMPASS is a self-paced computerized assessment of Reading, Math,
                                                                                         and Writing skills (English). The COMPASS assessment determines one’s
   Students who wish to enroll in courses without intending to pursue
                                                                                         eligibility to enroll in certain programs of study, or placement in remedial
a degree may be permitted to enroll in up to nine credit hours without
                                                                                         classes during a student’s first semester of enrollment.
submitting academic credentials. This can be done by phone, mail, or
in person. Once a student has successfully completed nine credit hours,                     All first time students at OSU-Okmulgee are required to take the
regular admission is required.                                                           COMPASS assessment (exception: Students with ACT scores of 19

6. Adult Admission
   Students who are over 21 years of age or on active military duty and have
attended no other college may be allowed to waive a high School transcript or                cost of Attendance
ACT scores based on personal assessment of educational preparation, special
work experience or licensing, or educational documents.                                      The required fees and nonresident tuition for Oklahoma State
                                                                                             University-Okmulgee are established by the Oklahoma State Regents
7. concurrent Enrollment                                                                     for higher Education. Fees do not include the costs of individual text-
   of High School Juniors or Seniors                                                         books, tool kits, uniforms, or other materials which vary according to
   A high school junior or senior may be enrolled in collegiate level courses                the student’s program of study. Students who enroll in programs of
provided he or she meets the requirements set forth on the Concurrent                        study that require individual tool kits, uniforms or other materials will
Enrollment Form available from the high school counselor. All concurrent                     obtain these items as specified by the department. In most cases these
students must submit ACT scores.                                                             items can be purchased through the institution. The costs will vary
                                                                                             from program to program and are subject to change without notice.
8. Resident classification                                                                   Incidental and personal expenses for items such as clothing and enter-
    A resident of Oklahoma is one who has lived continuously in Oklahoma for                 tainment will vary with the individual student.
at least 12 months duration and whose domicile is in Oklahoma. A person’s
domicile is his or her true, fixed, permanent home or habitation. It is the place
where he or she intends to remain and to which he or she expects to return.                       Oklahoma Resident
When these two occur there is domicile. The burden of proof of residence
                                                                                                  TOTAL PER SEMESTER CREDIT hOUR                           $116.00
status or domicile shall be upon the applicant. Students filing an appeal for
re-classification of their residence status shall do so on forms provided in                             IT, ETD, NURS, and CUA Courses
Admissions and Records.                                                                                   Per Semester Credit hour                         $124.50
Special Program Requirements
   Certain programs have restricted admission and enrollment procedures.
Admission to OSU-Okmulgee does not guarantee acceptance into any specific                         Nonresident
program of study. Additional requirements for admission to restricted programs                    TOTAL PER SEMESTER CREDIT hOUR                           $279.00
may be obtained by contacting the respective division office.
                                                                                                         IT, ETD, NURS, and CUA Courses
computer Proficiency Requirement
                                                                                                          Per Semester Credit hour                         $287.50
  OSU-Okmulgee recognizes that many business, industrial, educational, and
personal activities involve the use of computers. Therefore, all OSU-Okmulgee
graduates will demonstrate competency in the use of a computer to perform one                     Additional Fees (Per Credit Hour)
or more of the following functions:
                                                                                                  Remedial Supplementary Fee                                $18.50
    Word Processing        Database Management               Programming
    Spreadsheet Use        Multimedia/Graphic Design Presentations                                Advanced Standing Examination Fee                           $5.00
  A student may satisfy the computer proficiency requirement by completing                        Late Enrollment Fee (one time)                            $10.00
the course CS 1013 “Computer Literacy and Applications” or any other course                       Application Fee (one time)                                $15.00
designated by the academic division as satisfying this requirement.
                                                                                                  Off-Campus Electronic Media Fee                           $25.00
  The following policy applies to all students interested in seeking Advanced
Standing credit for CS 1013 Computer Literacy & Applications:
  1. All examinations will take place in the OSU-Okmulgee Assessment
Center and will cover the following areas: Windows, Basic Word, Basic                        Additional lab fees may apply to specific programs.
Excel, Database (Access), and Power Point. Students may take one or more                     All charges are due by the first day of class each semester. A late
components per visit to the Assessment Center. however, all components of the                payment penalty of 1% per month will be assessed on delinquent
                                                                                             accounts.
exam must be completed within a two-week period.



                                                                                     
or above in each of the subtest areas, and certain college transfer                     on the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov. By completing the Free Application for
students). The assessment can be taken on campus in the OSU-Okmulgee                    Federal Student Aid, an applicant may apply for the Federal Pell Grant, the
Assessment Center, weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. No                          Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, the Federal Work-
appointment is required. Please contact the Assessment Center at 1-800-                 Study Program, the Federal Perkins Loan, the Federal Stafford Loans and the
722-4471 ext. 5248 or ext. 5254 for more information.                                   Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid
   Unless otherwise specified by program requirements, students must                    can be mailed directly to: Federal Student Aid Programs, P. O. Box 4691, Mt.
remove curricular deficiencies within the first 24 semester credit                      Vernon, IL. 62864-0059, or filed electronically over the internet (www.fafsa.
hours attempted. Transfer students are required to remove curricular                    ed.gov). Students can obtain more information about various financial aid
deficiencies within the first 12 semester credit hours attempted. Students              programs and services by contacting Student Financial Services at 918-293-
may enroll in collegiate level courses within the deficiency’s discipline               4684 or www.osu-okmulgee.edu/admissions/financial_services/.
area only after the deficiency is satisfied.                                            Student Eligibility
                                                                                           To be eligible for consideration for student financial aid through any
AcT Residual Testing                                                                    program, an applicant must meet the following requirements:
  ACT Assessment for Residual Testing on the OSU-Okmulgee campus is                        A. The applicant must be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program
available at various times during the year. Check the Assessment Center web                   of study leading to a degree or certificate.
page for schedule of test dates.                                                           B. The applicant must meet one of the following criteria:
  • Students must submit an OSU-Okmulgee Application for Admission prior to                     1. A U.S. Citizen or U.S. National. (This includes citizens of American
testing.                                                                                           Samoa, Swains Island and Northern Mariana Islands.)
  • Students, who have not taken the Residual ACT Test within the past 60                       2. A U.S. Permanent Resident. (Documentation of the Form I-151 or
days and will be attending OSU-Okmulgee, may take the ACT Residual on the                          Form I-551 from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services
OSU-Okmulgee campus.                                                                               may be requested to prove eligibility for financial assistance.)
  • Students should register for the ACT by calling 918.293.5254 or                             3. A citizen of certain Pacific Islands. (Otherwise eligible citizens of the
918.293.5248.                                                                                      Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia,
                                                                                                   or the Republic of Palau may receive assistance through Federal Pell
  • Students should arrive at 8:00 a.m. and pay the $30.00 fee at the cashier’s
                                                                                                   Grants, Federal SEOG and Federal Work-Study.)
window before taking the test.
                                                                                                4. An Eligible Non-Citizen. (Documentation of eligible non-citizen
  • The test begins promptly at 8:30 a.m. Absolutely no one will be admitted to
                                                                                                   status from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services will be
the testing room after the time portion of the test has begun.
                                                                                                   requested to prove eligibility for financial assistance.)
  • A picture ID is required for admission to the test. Examples of picture ID’s
                                                                                           C. The applicant must maintain satisfactory academic progress in an eligible
are current driver license, military ID, etc. We cannot accept picture ID’s faxed             program of study.
from other institutions etc.
                                                                                           D. The applicant must have a high school diploma or a General Education
  • ACT permits the use of calculators on the Mathematics Test. Acceptable                    Development (GED) certificate, or must pass an independently
calculators include: basic four function, scientific, or graphing calculators.                administered test approved by the U.S. Department of Education which
Programmable calculators are not permitted. We do not provide calculators.                    shows “ability to benefit”.
  • No books or other materials will be allowed in the testing area. No food or            Any student who makes application for financial aid and has not attained
drink allowed.                                                                          either a high school diploma or GED will be required to take the COMPASS
  Results will be available the same day, to get scores call 918-293-5248 or            assessment test. This assessment documents the student’s ability in Reading
1.800.722.4471 ext. 5248. For additional information or ADA accommodations,             Comprehension, Sentence Skills, Arithmetic and Algebra.
call the Assessment Center at 918-293-5248 or email:                                       The student will be required to attain the following minimum scores on
 chris.ballard@okstate.edu. *Fees are subject to change without prior notice.           COMPASS in order to demonstrate “ability to benefit” at OSU-Okmulgee.
                                                                                                                   Reading - Minimum Score of 62
Enrollment                                                                                                       Written Skills - Minimum Score of 32
   Enrollment times are shown on the official school calendar of operation on                                   Numeric Skills - Minimum Score of 25
page 2. Additional information can be obtained through the Admissions and                  Students may test two times to attain the minimum score. Students who do
Records office. The enrollment process for all new students starts with the             not attain the minimum score required on each section of COMPASS will be
Admissions office. The staff provides students with initial career information          deemed ineligible for student financial assistance.
and academic advisement. Students who are undecided regarding a career                     The COMPASS Test is administered through the OSU-Okmulgee
choice are referred to the Assessment Center for career exploration services.           Assessment Center.
After enrollment, an advisor works with the student outlining a plan of study              E. Applicant must have a social security number.
and identifying course requirements. Students are urged to review their
                                                                                           F. Applicant must sign a statement of educational purpose/certification
academic progress each semester with an advisor from their department.
                                                                                              statement of refunds and default in order to receive federal student aid.
Currently enrolled students may pre-enroll for the subsequent semester during
                                                                                              A signature warrants that a refund is not owed on a Federal Pell Grant or
the final weeks of each semester.
                                                                                              Federal Supplemental educational opportunity grant, a Federal Perkins
Late Enrollment                                                                               Loan, Federal Stafford Loan and that the amount borrowed under those
   Initial enrollment for a semester will not be permitted after the first three              loan programs does not exceed the allowable limits. The student also
days of classes of that semester. A late fee will be assessed for those students              agrees to use student aid only for educational related expenses.
enrolling during the first three days of class.                                            G. Applicant must register, or arrange to register, with the Selective Service.
                                                                                              The requirement to register applies to males who were born on or after
                                                                                              January 1, 1960, are at least 18 years of age, are citizens or eligible
Student Financial Services                                                                    non-citizens and are not currently on active duty in the armed services.
   Student financial aid awards depend upon two major factors: financial need                 (Citizens of the Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, or
and the availability of funds. To determine need, an evaluation must be made                  Palau are exempt from registering.)
of the financial circumstances of both the applicant and the applicant’s family.           h. Applicant must demonstrate financial need. Exceptions are eligibility for
How to Apply                                                                                  PLUS and Federal Unsubsidized Stafford loans.
   The first step in obtaining financial assistance at OSU-Okmulgee is to
file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applications are
available in the Student Financial Services Office or at a high school or



                                                                                    
Financial Aid Programs Available                                                      with a combination of state and federal funds.
Federal Pell Grant                                                                    Other Financial Assistance
   Federal Pell Grants are available to help undergraduate students pay                  Veterans and students eligible to receive financial benefits under any
for their education after high school. For Federal Pell Grant purposes, an            federal or state rehabilitation programs may receive assistance from
undergraduate is one who has not earned a bachelor’s or professional degree.          the coordinator of agency students. Oklahoma sponsored rehabilitation
Federal Pell Grants provide a foundation of financial aid to which aid from           students are served through the Student Financial Services office.
other federal and non-federal sources may be added. Federal Pell Grants do               For further information about student financial aid, contact the Student
not have to be repaid.                                                                Financial Services Office, 918-293-4684 or 1-800-722-4471.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)                             Satisfactory Academic Progress
   Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are available to
                                                                                         All students attending OSU-Okmulgee are required to maintain satisfactory
undergraduate students with exceptional financial need as determined by
                                                                                      academic progress in order to remain eligible for financial assistance.
the Student Financial Services Office. Priority must be given to Federal Pell
                                                                                      Satisfactory academic progress means that students must complete a minimum
Grant recipients. Federal SEOG does not have to be repaid.
                                                                                      number of credit hours each semester and maintain a minimum grade point
Federal Work-Study Program                                                            average as outlined below:
   The Federal Work-Study program provides part-time employment for                                                    Full-time student
students with financial need who want to earn a part of their educational
expenses. As a participant in the Federal Work-Study program,                                                        12 credit hrs. 2.0 GPA
OSU-Okmulgee’s Student Financial Services Office arranges part-time                                                     3/4 time student
employment for eligible students on campus.                                                                           9 credit hrs. 2.0 GPA
Federal Perkins Loans                                                                                                  Part-time student
   The Federal Perkins Loan Program is available to eligible                                                          6 credit hrs. 2.0 GPA
OSU-Okmulgee students who need a loan to help meet educational                           Students who fail to meet either of these requirements will be placed on
expenses. Federal Perkins Loans must be repaid beginning nine months after            financial aid probation during their next semester of enrollment. During periods
graduation, leaving school, or dropping below half-time (six semester credit          of financial aid probation, students are still eligible for financial assistance.
hours) status. Note: Federal Perkins Loan applicants at OSU-Okmulgee                  however, during the semester of probation, the student must successfully
are subject to credit check approval. A separate Federal Perkins Loan                 complete the minimum hours required, reduce the number of credit hours
Application must be completed.                                                        deficient in the preceding term, or raise the cumulative GPA to the required
Federal Stafford Loans                                                                minimum, whichever applies. If the deficiencies are not reduced by at least
   Federal Stafford Loans are low-interest loans made to students attending           one credit hour by the end of the semester of probation, financial aid will be
OSU-Okmulgee at least halftime. These loans are made by lenders such as               suspended. The student then loses eligibility to receive federal and state financial
banks, credit unions, or savings and loan associations. These loans are insured       aid funds. Student Financial Services monitors academic progress at the end
by the guaranty agency in each state and reinsured by the federal government.         of each semester and notifies financial aid recipients of any failure to meet the
   Federal Stafford Loans must be repaid beginning six months after                   minimum satisfactory academic progress standards.
graduation, leaving school, or when dropping below half-time (six semester            Financial Aid Policy on Repeat courses
credit hours) status.                                                                    OSU-Okmulgee has a Repeat Course Policy that allows a student to repeat a
   The Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan is based on financial need. The               course and have only the second grade earned, even if it is lower than the first
loan amount will depend on financial need, which the college’s financial aid          grade, count in the calculation of the grade point average.
office will determine.                                                                   Although the Repeat Course Policy can benefit a student’s grade point aver-
   The Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan is a student loan that is not based         age, it can only benefit the student for federal financial aid purposes if the
on financial need. The loan amount will depend on the cost of attendance at           student is repeating a class previously failed. If a student is repeating a course
OSU-Okmulgee and the amount of other aid the student is receiving. The                in which he or she originally received a passing score, enrollment in the repeat
student is responsible for paying the interest on an Unsubsidized Stafford            course will not count toward the calculation of hours enrolled for financial aid
Loan while in school.                                                                 purposes.
   A separate loan application is required to apply for the Federal Subsidized        Duration of Financial Aid Eligibility
or Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan. This loan application can be                      Students attending OSU-Okmulgee have six (6) semesters in which to
obtained in the Student Financial Services Office.                                    complete their first Associate in Science degree or nine (9) semesters in which
Scholarships                                                                          to complete their first Associate in Applied Science degree or thirteen (13)
   Various types of scholarships may be offered to graduating high school             semesters in which to complete their first bachelor degree. Financial assistance
seniors interested in attending OSU-Okmulgee and to current                           is not available beyond this point.
OSU-Okmulgee students. Several on and off-campus organizations and                       however, students are eligible to receive financial aid to pursue more than
individuals also offer scholarships to OSU-Okmulgee students. Students who            one degree at OSU-Okmulgee. A student’s financial aid eligibility will terminate
would like to search for scholarships on the Internet may do so by accessing          after the third degree is received.
the Fast-Web site at www.fastweb.com. For further scholarship information,
contact the Student Financial Services office.
                                                                                      Important Dates
                                                                                         Many financial aid programs have limited funding and funds are awarded to
Federal Plus Loans
                                                                                      the earliest applicants. The ideal time for students to apply for financial aid is
   Federal Plus loans are for parents who want to borrow to help pay                  as soon as possible after January 1 and before March 1 each year. Applications
for their children’s education. These loans provide additional funds for              received after March 1 are subject to the availability of funds.
educational expenses and, like Federal Stafford Loans, are made by a
lender such as a bank, credit union, or savings and loan association. For
further information on Federal Plus loans contact OSU-Okmulgee’s Student              Fee/Tuition Refund Policy
Financial Services Office or a lending institution.                                       Fee/tuition refunds are made to those students who withdraw completely
Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant Program                                                    from Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee in accordance with Oklahoma State
   OSU-Okmulgee participates in the Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant program                Regent’s policy.
(OTAG) that is sponsored by the Oklahoma State Regents for higher                         TOTAL FEES/TUITION will be reduced by: 100% if the student has not
Education. Applicants must be residents of the state of Oklahoma. Tuition             attended any classes; 100% if PROPER WIThDRAWAL is made during the
aid grants are made based on demonstrated financial need and are funded               first (two) 2 weeks; NO REDUCTION after the 2nd week of the semester.



                                                                                  
   Fee/Tuition refunds also may be made for individual courses dropped within         Academic Suspension Appeals
the first (two) 2 weeks of the semester for full semester courses. The above             The Policy Statement on Admission To, Retention In and Transfer Among
refund schedules apply to 15-week courses. For courses of shorter duration,           Colleges and Universities of the State System, set forth by the Oklahoma
check with Student Financial Services for refund schedule.                            State Regents for higher Education, authorizes the establishment of an
   NONCREDIT COURSES dropped prior to the first class meeting will be                 academic suspension appeals process (Part II, section D.2).
fully refunded. No refund will be given after the first class meeting.                   The OSRhE policy for academic suspension appeals is as follows:
   Refunds to financial aid recipients who withdraw from school during the            Institutions have the discretion to establish an academic suspension
refund period must be returned to the appropriate financial aid accounts.             appeals procedure. Such procedures should allow appropriate discretion in
Students may also be required to repay a portion of the financial aid received.       deserving cases. Academic suspension appeal procedures require that the
Refunds will be made to financial aid accounts in the following order:                suspended student document any extraordinary personal circumstances that
    1. Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan                                             contributed to his or her academic deficiencies. Such events must be highly
    2. Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan                                               unusual such as the death of an immediate relative; a serious illness; severe
    3. Federal PLUS Loan                                                              financial distress; direct, significant work conflicts; unexpected, substantial
                                                                                      family obligations; or personal crisis. Appeals decisions shall be made only
    4. Federal Perkins Loan                                                           following the thoughtful deliberation of an appropriate committee which
    5. Federal Pell Grant                                                             may include faculty, students and administrators. Any institutional policies
    6. Federal SEOG Grant                                                             and procedures developed for the appeal of academic suspension decisions
    7. Other SFA Programs                                                             must be submitted to and approved by the State Regents.
    8. Other Federal, State, Private, or Institutional aid programs                   Policy
    9. The Student.                                                                      Those students who are academically suspended from the institution will
   Students with courses scheduled to meet less than the full fifteen-week            be ineligible to enroll for a minimum of one regular semester. however, the
semester will have adjusted refund periods based on the beginning date and            human equation involved in such actions dictates that an appeals procedure
length of the individual course(s).                                                   be afforded suspended students. If students win such an appeal, they will
                                                                                      be immediately eligible for readmission. This process is not designed to
                                                                                      circumvent Oklahoma State Regents for higher Education policy on student
                                                                                      retention, but rather to allow appropriate discretion in deserving cases.
ACADEMIC REGULATIONS                                                                  Procedure
Retention Standards                                                                      The procedures for a student to appeal an academic suspension decision are
                                                                                      as follows:
   The Oklahoma State Regents for higher Education (OSRhE)
have adopted a progressive policy concerning satisfactory academic                         A. The suspended student must present a petition describing the
performance. Students failing to maintain an appropriate grade average will                   extraordinary personal circumstances that contributed to his or her
be placed on either academic notice or academic probation as a condition                      academic deficiencies. Such events must be highly unusual such as
of continued enrollment.                                                                      the death of an immediate relative, a serious illness, severe financial
                                                                                              distress, or personal crisis. The student must provide appropriate
Academic Notice                                                                               documentation of such circumstances. The appealing student must
   Students attempting 30 or fewer credit hours and having a cumulative                       provide evidence showing how this circumstance was a factor in
grade point average of 1.7 to less than 2.0 will be placed on academic                        his or her academic performance. The student petition should be
notice. Academic notice is a warning designed to alert a student to the                       received in the Office of Enrollment Managment and Marketing no
possibility of future academic progress difficulties. Academic notice does                    later than three working days prior to the beginning of the desired
not lead to academic suspension.                                                              semester of entry. The Vice President for Enrollment Managment
Academic Probation                                                                            and Marketing and the Director of Admissions will make an
                                                                                              administrative ruling relative to the request or refer the request to the
   Any student whose cumulative grade point average falls below the
                                                                                              Appeals Committee.
designated level for a given semester is on academic probation. Academic
probation can lead to academic suspension.                                                 B. The OSU-Okmulgee Appeals Committee is composed of seven
                                                                                              members (four faculty members appointed by the President, and
   Students will be placed on academic probation if they fail to meet the
                                                                                              three Student Senators designated by the Student Government
following requirements:
                                                                                              Association) who will review all petitions. Each individual wishing
    Credit Hours Attempted            Cumulative GPA Requirement                              to appeal an academic suspension is required to submit a petition
         0-30 sem. hours                              1.7                                     outlining the reasons for the applicant’s previous academic problems
         31+ sem. hours                               2.0                                     and how the applicant plans to correct the problems. Each petition
                                                                                              must be accompanied by appropriate documentation relative to
   Freshman students with 30 or fewer credit hours, with a GPA of 1.7 to
                                                                                              the need for additional consideration and/or substantiating the
less than 2.0, will be placed on academic notice.
                                                                                              extenuating circumstances related to the appeal.
   All courses in which a student has a recorded grade will be counted
                                                                                           C. Should the committee determine that indeed an extraordinary
in the calculation of the grade point average for retention purposes. Any
                                                                                              personal event contributed significantly to the student’s academic
student not maintaining satisfactory progress toward his or her academic
                                                                                              deficiencies, the committee will recommend that the student be
objective as indicated above will be placed on probation for one semester.
                                                                                              reinstated on academic probation. The student must maintain a
At the end of that semester, the student must have a semester GPA of 2.0
                                                                                              minimum 2.0 grade point average or reach the retention standards
in regularly graded course work or meet the minimum cumulative GPA
                                                                                              each semester he or she remains in this status. The decision of the
standard required above, in order to continue as a student. Students not
                                                                                              committee is final.
meeting either of these criterion will be immediately suspended and may
not be reinstated until one regular semester has elapsed.                                The Enrollment Managment and Marketing office is the administrative
                                                                                      unit responsible for the academic suspension appeals process. This unit is
Academic Suspension                                                                   responsible for coordinating the appeals process, maintaining the official
  Any student who was on academic probation the previous semester and                 records and producing annual reports.
who fails to raise his or her GPA to the required cumulative level or to
achieve a 2.0 semester GPA will be suspended from the institution.




                                                                                  
Readmission of Suspended Students                                                      five percent of the class length) for classes meeting the full length of regular
   Students who are academically suspended by Oklahoma State                           sessions. For classes of shorter duration, the last day for an automatic “W”
University-Okmulgee will not be allowed to reenter the institution for                 corresponds to the day that coincides with seventy-five percent of the class.
at least one regular semester except as noted above. A student who is                  For any drop or withdrawal accepted after this deadline, a “W” or “F” will be
readmitted on probationary status must maintain a 2.0 GPA each semester                assigned depending upon the student’s standing in the class. If an “F” grade is
attempted while on probation or raise his or her cumulative GPA to the                 assigned, it is calculated in the student’s GPA; the “W” grade is GPA neutral.
designated level. Should a reinstated student be suspended a second time                  AW - Administrative withdrawal may be assigned by the Admissions office
from the institution, he or she cannot be readmitted to the institution until          to indicate that a student has been “involuntarily” withdrawn by the institution
such time as he or she has demonstrated by attending another institution,              during the designated semester for disciplinary or financial reasons, or for
the ability to succeed academically by raising his or her cumulative GPA to            inadequate attendance or otherwise demonstrated lack of appropriate concern
the retention standards.                                                               for satisfactory academic progress toward program objectives. Such institutional
                                                                                       penalties must follow formal institutional procedures. Administrative
Reinstatement of Suspended Transfer Students                                           withdrawals are GPA neutral.
   The intent of Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee is that opportunities                 P-NP - An institution may elect to use the grades “P” and “NP” for specified
be provided for all individuals with the ability and desire to pursue their            courses or may allow students to elect a “P-NP” option under circumstances
educational goals. Research indicates that many times students suspended               specified by the institution. The “P” grade is neutral indicating minimal course
from one institution may succeed in a new academic environment if given                requirements have been met and credit has been earned. The “P” grade may
the opportunity. Therefore, students who are suspended from other state                also be used to indicate credit earned through advanced standing examinations.
system institutions may be admitted to OSU-Okmulgee by petitioning                     The grade of “NP” indicates that a student did not meet minimum requirements
the Student Affairs office and providing rationale and documentation                   in a course designated for “P-NP” grading. While both grades “P” and “NP”
supporting the request to be admitted without a regular semester lapse.                are GPA neutral, they are counted in the total number of attempted hours for
Such admission would be probationary and a minimum 2.0 grade point                     retention and the total number of attempted and earned hours for graduation.
average must be maintained or retention standards met as outlined in the
Oklahoma State Regents for higher Education policy on Admission To,                       P-F - An institution may elect to use pass-fail as an option for students in
Retention In and Transfer Among Colleges and Universities of the State                 specified courses. The pass grade indicates hours earned but does not contribute
System, for each semester the student(s) remain on probation. Appropriate              to the GPA. The fail grade is an “F” and is calculated into the GPA.
academic services, advisement, counseling and tutorial assistance will be                 N - An “N” grade indicates that the semester grade was not submitted by the
available to facilitate student success.                                               instructor by the appropriate deadline. The “N” grade must be replaced by the
                                                                                       appropriate letter grade prior to the end of the subsequent semester. The “N”
                                                                                       grade is GPA neutral.
Grading System                                                                         Grade changes
   Grades are recorded with the letters A, B, C, D, F, I, AU, W, AW, P-NP,                An instructor who reports an incorrect grade to the Registrar may request
P-F or N. The various letter grades and the method of including them in the            correction of the error. The request must be in writing on the approved form and
calculation of grade point averages is shown below. Grade reports are issued for       must have the approval of the division chair. In no case will the Registrar lower
each student at the closing of each semester.                                          a grade after the student has graduated.
                                                               Grade Point             Student Appeal of the Final Grade
       Grade           Grade Note           Comment              Per Hour                 Upon the completion of a course in which a student is officially enrolled
      90 - 100              A                 Excellent              4                 and in receipt of the final grade, a student who feels their grade was incorrectly
       80 - 89              B                   Good                 3                 reported may appeal the receipt of said grade.
       70 - 79              C                 Average                2                     • The student will first attempt to resolve the difference of opinion relating
       60 - 69              D             Below Average              1                       to the grade with the faculty person.
       0 - 59               F                  Failure               0                     • If resolution cannot be obtained through the faculty person, the student
                                                                                             should then consult the division chair of the department in which the
Other Symbols                                                                                course is being taught.
    I - An incomplete grade may be used at the instructor’s discretion to indicate         • If resolution cannot be obtained through the division chair, a formal appeal
that additional work is necessary to complete a course. It is not a substitute               hearing may be requested through the Executive Vice President. A request
for an “F,” and no student may be failing a course at the time an “I” grade                  for an academic appeal hearing must be submitted in writing, documenting
is awarded. To receive an “I” grade, the student should have satisfactorily                  previous attempts for resolution and the rationale for the appeal.
completed a substantial portion of the required course work for the semester.
When reporting an “I”, the instructor will record in detail the conditions for             • If justifiable rationale exists for the appeal and proper procedures were
removal of the “I,” with time limitations not to exceed two semesters. “I” grades            followed in requesting the appeal, the Executive Vice President will then
not changed by the instructor to a credit-bearing grade or an “F” within the                 convene an appeal hearing.
specified time limit will remain as a permanent “I” and not contribute to the              • The academic appeal process must be formally initiated within four
student’s GPA.                                                                               months after the grade was assigned or six weeks after a student begins
    AU - Audit status is used for the student not interested in obtaining a course           a new semester, whichever comes first, or the grade awarded will be
grade, but who is enrolled simply to gain course information. The allowable                  assumed to be correct and an appeal will not be granted.
time to change an enrollment status from audit to credit is the last day of the add    Academic Forgiveness Provision
period for each semester. Students changing their enrollment status from audit            Circumstances may justify a student being able to recover from academic
to credit must meet institutional admission/retention standards as set by the State    problems in ways which do not forever jeopardize his or her academic standing.
Regents. The allowable time to change an enrollment status from credit to audit        The student’s academic transcript, however, should be a full and accurate
is the last day of the drop period for each semester. AU will not contribute to a      reflection of the facts of the student’s academic life. Therefore, in situations
student’s GPA.                                                                         which warrant academic forgiveness, the transcript will reflect all courses
    W - An automatic withdrawal grade of “W” is issued when a student initiates        in which a student was enrolled and in which grades were earned, with the
a withdrawal during the allowable withdrawal period. The withdrawal period             academic forgiveness provisions reflected in such matters as how the retention
for an automatic “W” begins the eleventh day of classes (approximately one-            and graduation grade point averages are calculated. Specifically, for those
eighth of the session) for classes meeting the full length of regular sessions.        students receiving academic forgiveness by repeating courses, the transcript
The withdrawal period for classes of shorter duration begins the day following         will reflect the retention and graduation GPAs excluding forgiven courses.
approximately one-eighth of the length of the class. The last day for an               The transcript will also note the cumulative GPA which includes all attempted
automatic “W” is the last day of the eleventh week (approximately seventy-             regularly graded course work.


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   A student will be allowed to repeat a course and count only the second               as long as that program is active. Students who do not return for two or more
grade earned in the calculation of the retention and graduation GPAs under the          semesters will be required to re-enter under the new degree plan.
prescribed circumstances listed below.                                                     From time to time, degree programs are deleted. When this happens, active
Repeated courses                                                                        students are given a deadline to complete the program. After the final deletion
   A student shall have the prerogative to repeat courses and have only the             date for the program, the program is no longer viable. Any student (active or
second grade earned, even if it is lower than the first grade, count in the             inactive) who fails to finish the requirements by the deadline will have to convert
calculation of the GPA, up to a maximum of four (4) courses, not to exceed              to an active degree program.
eighteen (18) credit hours in courses in which the original grade earned was a          Graduation Requirements
“D” or “F.” The first attempt shall be recorded on the transcript with the earned           To be eligible to graduate and receive a degree, a student must complete
grade. The second course with its grade will be listed in the semester earned.          all required courses in their major(s) as listed in the catalog. At least 15 of
The Explanation of Grades section of the transcript will note that only the             the final 30 credit hours must be satisfactorily completed in residence at
second grade earned is used in the calculation of the retention and graduation          OSU-Okmulgee, or 50 percent of the major.
GPAs. If a student repeats an individual course more than once, all grades                  The minimum requirements for graduation are as follows:
earned, with the exception of the first, are used to calculate the retention and
graduation GPAs. Students repeating courses above the first four (4) courses,                  AAS – 2.0 overall grade point average in all courses listed in the Plan
not to exceed eighteen (18) hours of “D” or “F” repeated may do so with the                    of Study for the major. Some programs may require a higher grade
original grades and repeat grades averaged.                                                    point average.
                                                                                               AS – Overall 2.0 graduation/retention grade point average as shown on the
Adding or Dropping a course                                                                    transcript. Some programs may require a higher grade point average.
   Students may, subject to maximum enrollment limitations, add courses during                 BT – Overall 2.0 graduation/retention grade point average as shown on
the first week of the semester with the approval of their advisor or division chair.           the transcript. Some programs may require a higher grade point average.
   Students may drop a course with the approval of their advisor or the division               At least 15 of the final 30 credit hours applied toward the degree must be
chair. A course change form must be processed through the Office of Admissions                 satisfactorily completed at OSU-Okmulgee. A minimum of 30 hours of
for the process to be complete.                                                                resident credit applied toward the bachelor’s degree shall be taken at
   For typical 15-week courses, any course dropped during the first ten days of                OSU-Okmulgee. A minimum of 60 credit hours, excluding physical
classes will have no transcript record. Any course dropped after the first ten days            education activity courses, at a baccalaureate degree-granting institution,
of classes and prior to the end of the eleventh week will result in a grade of “W”             40 hours of which must be upper-division course work excluding physical
being recorded on the student’s transcript. After the beginning of the twelfth                 education activity courses.
week of a semester, a student may withdraw from a course. A grade of “W” or
“F” will be assigned (see definition of grading terms “W”).                             Disclosure of Graduation Rates
   For courses of shorter duration, the above dates may vary. A short course may           OSU-Okmulgee, in compliance with the Student Right-to-Know Act, makes
not be dropped after a grade is assigned at the end of the course.                      available to any enrolled or prospective student its completion or graduation
                                                                                        rate. This information is available upon request in the Office of Academic
Withdrawing from college                                                                Affairs.
   To completely withdraw from OSU-Okmulgee, a student must initiate                    Degrees Awarded
the process in Admissions. however, to complete the withdrawal process,
contact must be made with the Bursar’s office, Student Financial Services,                OSU-Okmulgee awards the Associate in Science degree or an
Residential Life, Library, and the student’s academic division office.                  Associate in Applied Science degree and Bachelor of Technology
Failure to completely withdraw as required under this policy will result                degrees in specific disciplines in recognition of successful completion of
in permanent grades being awarded in all classes in which the student                   programs of study.
has enrolled. This process ensures that the student is making an informed               Honor Rolls
decision. The last dates to withdraw without academic penalties are listed                The President’s honor Roll consists of all students who, upon graduation,
in the catalog calendar for each semester.                                              have achieved a graduation grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The Registrar’s
Auditing courses                                                                        honor Roll recognizes all students who have achieved a graduation grade point
   Students auditing a class must obtain approval from the division chair and           average of at least 3.0 but less than 3.5.
schedule the class as an audit through the Admissions office. Fees for auditing are     Transcripts of credit
the same as fees for credit courses. No credit will be given for courses audited.         The Registrar’s Office will provide up to 10 copies of the student’s transcript
   Procedures for auditing a course are administered by the Office of Admissions.       upon the student’s request. Transcripts will be withheld if the student has
No examinations or any other evaluation measures will be required or provided.          outstanding financial obligations to the institution.
   Persons auditing courses may not change their enrollment to credit after the         class Attendance
add period. Students enrolled in courses for credit may change to audit status            Students are expected to attend all class sessions. Students receiving support
only during the period approved for dropping courses.                                   from government agencies or other sponsors must adhere to policies stipulated
class Schedules                                                                         by the specific sponsor.
   The academic year at OSU-Okmulgee is divided into three semesters. Each                Students who fail to attend classes regularly or otherwise demonstrate a lack
semester is 15 weeks long.                                                              of appropriate concern for satisfactory academic progress toward program
   Students who enroll in 12 or more semester credit hours are considered full-         objectives may be withdrawn from the institution.
time students. Normally, students may not enroll in more than 19 credit hours in
a semester. In special cases, students may be permitted to enroll in a maximum
of 22 credit hours. Enrollment in over 19 credit hours must be approved by the
                                                                                        cooperative Alliance Agreements
                                                                                           OSU-Okmulgee is a participant in a number of Cooperative Alliance
division chair. A typical enrollment at OSU-Okmulgee is between 12 and 18               Agreements which allow high school and adult students to receive college
semester credit hours.                                                                  credit for coursework while they are enrolled at a participating Technology
changes in Degree Requirements                                                          Center, and apply that credit toward an Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
   Changes in degree requirements at any time, unless otherwise specifically            degree. Designated within this catalog will be courses and/or programs of
provided, are applicable in full to students entering OSU-Okmulgee thereafter,          study developed specifically for the Alliances. Students do not pay tuition for
and applicable to a maximum practicable extent to students having entered               these courses but are charged a small fee.
previously.                                                                                Institutions of higher education across the state of Oklahoma have
   As a general rule, a student may “stop out” for one semester without penalty,        committed to providing student services and career advisement to



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Technology Center students as a part of this program. The overall goal of                of such authority may be made by the President to Administrative or other
the program is to improve student access to higher education and increase                officers of the institution, in such manner and to such extents as may by
the number of students completing college degrees within the state. This will            the President be deemed necessary and expedient; provided, that on the
result in a better educated workforce and, ultimately, an improved economic              discharge of his duty it shall be the duty of the President to secure to every
climate in Oklahoma.                                                                     student the right of due process.
                                                                                            III. The text of this resolution shall be printed in the Student Regulations
Regents’ Resolution                                                                      sections of the Student handbook of the University and in the Institutional
                                                                                         Catalog. The Student handbook may be accessed at www.osu-okmulgee.
on Disruptive conduct                                                                    edu/academics/forms/student_rights_responsibility.pdf.
   Be it resolved by the Board of Regents of the Oklahoma State University
that this statement known as “Emergency Disciplinary Procedure in Cases of
Disruption to the University’s Educational Process” containing the following             Academic Services
provisions be enacted.                                                                   Library
A. Definition of Disruptive conduct                                                        The Library offers both a virtual and physical place for students to locate
  Oklahoma State University has long honored the right of the individual to free         information by providing access to a collection of electronic and print materials.
discussion and expression, peaceful demonstration and petition and peaceful              Students may find information from books, periodicals, electronic information
assembly. That these rights are a part of the fabric of this institution and of the      resources, videotapes and the Internet. One may use the Library as a place
nation as stated in the Bill of Rights is not questioned. They must remain secure.       to study, read, locate information, receive instruction and complete class
It is equally clear, however, that in a community of learning willful disruption of      assignments.
the educational process, destruction of property and interference with the rights of       Reference service is provided both online and physically to assist students with
other members of the community cannot be tolerated.                                      locating information in the Library collection.
B. Responsibility of the Student                                                           Interlibrary Loan is offered as a service by the Library to obtain materials not
  Any student, who willfully by use of violence, force, coercion, threat,                readily available on campus. Other services available include photocopy, fax
intimidation or fear, obstructs, disrupts or attempts to obstruct or disrupt, the        scanning, lamination and wireless access.
normal operations or functions of the University or who orally or in writing               Family members of students are encouraged to use the Library and its services.
advises, procures or incites others to do so shall be subject to dismissal from the      Out of respect for students who are doing academic work, a parent should
University.                                                                              accompany children.
  The following, while not intended to be exclusive, illustrates the offenses            Service Learning
encompassed herein: occupation of any university building or part thereof                  Service learning is a special form of community service designed to promote
with intent to deprive of its use; blocking the entrance or exit of any university       student learning and development. Optional service learning opportunities
building or corridor or room therein; setting fire to or by any other means              stimulate academic performance, increase students’ understanding of the
substantially damaging any university building or property, or display of                responsibilities of living in a democratic society and encourage students to
or attempt or threat to use, or use of firearms, explosives, other weapons or            become involved in the social problems facing their communities. Whether
destructive means or devices, except as necessary for law enforcement, in                students “learn to serve” or “serve to learn”, the service learning component is a
any university building or on the university campus; prevention of convening,            valuable tool for academic growth and success.
continuation or orderly conduct of any university class or activity or of any
lawful meeting or assembly in any university building or on the university               Graduate Placement
campus; inciting or organizing attempts to prevent student attendance of classes;          OSU-Okmulgee takes pride in its highly successful graduates. During the last
and, interfering with or blocking normal pedestrian or vehicular traffic on the          academic year, overall positive placement in related employment was 84% for
university campus.                                                                       OSU-Okmulgee graduates at the time of graduation. Each academic division
                                                                                         takes responsibility for working with employers to foster positive employment.
c. Responsibility of the President                                                       Employer information on file reflects positive placement at graduation of up to
  When it appears that there is a violation of Section A or B, it shall be the duty of   99% in individual academic divisions.
the President, (and he is fully authorized to act) to take all steps which he deems
advisable to protect the assumed and designated interests of the Oklahoma State          Distance Learning
University and to see that its Rules, Regulations and Policies are enforced. he            OSU-Okmulgee is a hub site on OneNet, the statewide fiber optics backbone
shall insure that any person or persons found guilty after proper hearing shall be       administered by the Oklahoma State Regents for higher Education. This
disciplined in accordance with the existing Oklahoma State University Student            advanced broadband infrastructure allows the institution to send and receive
Disciplinary Regulations.                                                                courses through ITV format as well as provide courses in an internet-based
   In carrying out these duties, the President may call upon any member of the           format.
University Administration, or any member of the Faculty, and he may call upon            Online courses
any agency of the University created to deal with cases arising under Section              OSU-Okmulgee offers online courses in a variety of subjects. These courses
A. Action by any state or Federal Court shall not preclude the University from           are delivered over the Internet, with little or no on-campus participation required.
exercising its disciplinary authority.                                                   Some courses require students to complete an orientation prior to enrolling. The
D. Responsibility of the Board of Regents                                                instructor will notify the students if the orientation is required. A $25 per credit
   I. The Board of Regents recognizes that by the Constitution and Statutes              hour Electronic Media Fee will be assessed students enrolled in any designated
it has the power to make such rules and regulations for the management of                Distance Learning and/or online course. To learn more about online courses,
the University as it may deem necessary and expedient, not inconsistent with             including enrollment, instructions for access and a current list of courses, visit
the constitution and laws of the state. While the Regents fully appreciate               http://www.osu-okmulgee.edu/academics/online.
their obligation in this respect, they further recognize that in dealing with            computer Laboratories
those offenses against the University defined in Section A, hereof, they must              OSU-Okmulgee has a variety of computer labs available across campus. The
impose the duty and authority of enforcing the policies set forth herein in              Library has an open access computer lab for all students. Both PC and Mac
the principal Executive Officer of the University, the President. It will be             platforms are available with a variety of software including specific program-
the responsibility of the Regents to furnish all possible assistance to the              related applications. hours may vary according to semester. Call (918) 293-5384
President when requested by him.                                                         or 293-5080 for more information. Additional computer labs are located in the
   II. Subject to the provisions of Sections A through D, it shall be the duty           Wilson Commons, Donald W. Reynolds Technology Center, and Noble Center
of the President to exercise full authority in the regulation of student conduct         for Advancing Technology, as well as in most of the academic instructional areas.
and in matters of student discipline. In the discharge of this duty, delegation          hours of availability may vary due to scheduled classes. Contact the appropriate



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academic division office or an instructor for more information regarding use
of these facilities. For more information, visit https://www.osu-okmulgee.edu/
                                                                                          Microsoft campus Agreement
                                                                                            OSU has an agreement with Microsoft that allows currently enrolled OSU
campus_community/cis/labs.php.
                                                                                          students to receive free software ranging from the latest version of Microsoft
college Readiness center                                                                  Office to the Windows operating system. To log into the free software website,
  The College Readiness Center uses a hands-on, applied approach to instruction           students should first set up their OKEY account at http://okey.okstate.edu and
in fundamental courses. Included in instruction are hands-on materials, large             then log in with their PRISM user ID and password, shown on the OKEY profile
and small group activities, and continuous discussion of topics. Every effort is          page. To access the free software website, go to http://it.okstate.edu/mca.
made to present each skill using the three learning styles: visual, auditory, and         Online Bookstore
kinesthetic. Contained within this learning community, is the Tutorial Learning
                                                                                           Students can order books, supplies, and many other items online and have them
Center. The “TLC” provides students special tutoring assistance for most
                                                                                          delivered at home, or pick them up from the OSU-Okmulgee bookstore. The
OSU-Okmulgee courses and Compass test preparation.
                                                                                          online bookstore is accessible at http://www.osu-okmulgee.bkstr.com.
Academic Advisors                                                                         Student Email
  Each student is assigned a faculty advisor who can help make decisions
                                                                                           All currently enrolled OSU-Okmulgee students are given an OSU email
concerning course load and course selection. The advisor also helps with plans of
                                                                                          address. To select an email address, students should first set up their OKEY
study, career goals and transfer options. The advisor must sign enrollment forms,
                                                                                          account at http://okey.okstate.edu. To check email, go to http://mail.okstate.edu.
drop-and-adds and withdrawals. Students are urged to meet with their advisor
each semester. Advisors are assigned by academic division chairs.                         Web for Students
Academic/Physical Accommodation                                                             Web for students is the OSU-Okmulgee online student information system. The
                                                                                          system allows students to access their grades, enroll for classes, view transcript
for Students with Disabilities                                                            information, print class schedules, pay tuition online, view and update personal
  The Office of Counseling and Access Services is committed to providing                  information, view financial aid information, and much more. The system is
academic accommodations for all students with disabilities as defined by federal          available at http://prodokm.okstate.edu.
regulations. To initiate services, students must self-identify or disclose a disability
to the Director of Counseling and Access Services. Academic accommodations
will begin after appropriate documentation is received and forms are complete.            campus Services / Facilities
For more information, or to initiate a request for accommodations, visit the Office       child care center
of Counseling and Access Services. Students should contact this office during                The OSU-Okmulgee Child Care Center is open Monday through Friday from
enrollment each semester by telephone, 918-293-4988, or email: kristy.walker@             7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students may enroll their children (ages 6 weeks to 12 years)
okstate.edu.                                                                              in the campus Child Care Center. The OSU-Okmulgee Child Care Center is in
Servicemembers Opportunity colleges                                                       compliance with fire, health and licensing standards required by the Oklahoma
                                                                                          State Department of human Services, and participates in the Oklahoma State
  The SOC is a consortium of over 1300 institutions pledged to working with               Department of Education Child Nutrition Program.
servicemembers and veterans earning degrees while pursuing demanding,
transient careers. As a member, OSU-Okmulgee is committed to easing the
transfer of relevant course credits, providing flexible academic residency                WEEKLy FEE RATES
requirements and crediting learning from appropriate military training and work                                                Full-Time:            Part-Time:
experiences. SOC is sponsored by fifteen national higher education associations.                     Age of Child              4 Hours (+)           4 Hours (-)
The military services, the National Guard Bureau and the Office of the Secretary                     0 to 24 mos               $80.00/wk             $60.00/wk
of Defense serve as cooperative agencies.
                                                                                                     25 to 48 mos              $70.00/wk             $50.00/wk
career Profiling                                                                                     49 mos to 12 yrs          $60.00/wk             $45.00/wk
  Comprehensive Career Profiling is available as a free service to help students
and prospective students make informed career decisions. Skilled professionals
guide the individual through activities to determine values, interests, abilities,        BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL
aptitudes and personality traits.                                                                Age of Child   Rate Per Day
  After these characteristics are aligned with career areas, the salary, current                 0 to 24 mos     $20.00/day
demand, future outlook and location of specific jobs can be examined. Also, the                  25 to 48 mos    $15.00/day
educational requirements for a specific job and the colleges in Oklahoma and                     49 to 12 yrs    $15.00/day
surrounding states that offer those requirements are delineated.
  First-time college students, students transferring from another college and                If you have any questions concerning the OSU-Okmulgee Child Care Center,
persons changing careers will get valuable insights to assist in making career            please contact the center manager at 918-293-4934.
choices. All results are confidential. Call the Assessment Center at 918-293-5248
for more information.                                                                     campus Laundry
OKEy Account Information                                                                     Coin-operated laundry facilities are located in the small building between the
                                                                                          Student Union and hannigan hall, and on the first floor of the campus residence
  The OKEY system is the key to all the various OSU online student services. It           halls (Building 218 North and 218 South). Campus laundry facilities are open 24
gives students the login information they need to access OSU’s online systems,            hours a day, 7 days a week.
including email, the Desire2Learn Online Classroom, Web for Students, and the
free Microsoft Software website. To set up an OKEY account, visit http://okey.            copy center
okstate.edu.                                                                                 The Copy Center offers duplicating, collating and binding services to the
Desire2Learn Online classroom                                                             campus. A black and white copier or a color copier are available for your copy
                                                                                          needs. The Center has a wide selection of paper from which to choose for
 The Desire2Learn Online Classroom is OSU-Okmulgee’s online course                        projects ranging from resumes and reports to formal presentations. All services
management system. Many instructors will use the Desire2Learn Online                      must be paid for when orders are placed. Phone: 293-4619.
Classroom to post assignments, conduct group discussions, administer tests, and
post grades. To log into Desire2Learn, students must first set up their OKEY              counseling and Access Services
account at http://okey.okstate.edu and then they will be able to log in with their            OSU-Okmulgee provides individual and group counseling, education on
OKEY email address and password. The Desire2Learn Online Classroom is                     various mental health topics, crisis intervention, and referrals to community
accessible at http://oc.okstate.edu.                                                      resources when needed. Common mental health concerns addressed in counseling
                                                                                          include stress management, anger management, relationship issues, alcohol/drug
                                                                                          abuse and depression.


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    The office also assists students with disabilities (as defined by federal              building north of the Student Union, feature a Buffet on Thursdays, prepared
regulations) in obtaining Academic Accommodations. (See “Academic/Physical                 by Culinary Arts Students. The Tech Room is available four days a week for
Accommodation for Students with Disabilities”) For more information, or to                 ala carte dining. All three facilities are operated by Culinary Arts Students. If
schedule an appointment, call 918-293-4988 or email: kristy.walker@okstate.edu.            you have any questions or wish to make reservations in the State Room or Tech
Mail Service                                                                               Room, please contact hospitality Services at 918-293-5030.
   OSU-Okmulgee operates a contract postal station located on the southwest                Student Health Services
end of the Student Union next to the Student Union Bookstore. Window service                  Students may obtain medical advice without charge from the college
hours are Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. and Saturday from              physician. Students who need hospitalization, x-rays or lab work are
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. except on university or U.S. holidays. The lobby remains           referred to the Okmulgee Memorial hospital and must pay for the cost of
open during building hours. Normal post office services are available except               the services received. The college physician can write a prescription to the
for C.O.D. and money orders. Students receive mail on campus either through                pharmacy of the student’s choice but the student is responsible for payment.
a campus post office box, general delivery or a residence hall box. Boxes can              The OSU-Okmulgee Infirmary, located in the Student Union, is open
be rented for a small charge per semester with the charge being based on box               Monday through Friday when school is in session, from 11:30 a.m. until the
size. Box assignments and rental payments are made at the Campus Post Office.              doctor has seen all patients who are waiting.
General Delivery mail must be picked up at the post office window. Students                   Students are advised to carry health insurance while in school. Several
living in the residence halls receive their mail in their residence hall. Students         national insurance companies offer low-cost group medical insurance
living in England and hannigan hall are encouraged to obtain a post office box.            coverage for college students. More information concerning student health
Questions concerning campus postal services should be directed to the Campus               insurance plans is available through the Student Financial Services Office.
Post Office at 918-293-4980.
                                                                                           Student ID cards
Recreation/Athletic Facilities                                                                As part of the enrollment process, each new student is issued a photo
   Covelle hall houses a gymnasium with a regulation size basketball court,                identification card. This card is used to establish the student’s identity at
volleyball court, two racquetball/handball courts, a weight room, an aerobic area,         OSU-Okmulgee and authorizes access to certain campus facilities and services.
auditorium, men’s and women’s locker rooms and a coed sauna. Students with a               The card should be carried by the student at all times for identification. There is
current student ID and/or spouse and children (under the age of 21) are eligible           no charge for the first card. A fee of $15 is charged for replacement cards.
to use the facilities and to check out the equipment. Children under the age of 18
must be accompanied and supervised by a parent.                                            Student Life
   Outdoor facilities include a softball field, a flag football field, a sand volleyball      The Student Life Department plans, promotes and implements quality
court, a basketball court, a children’s playground and the Recreational Trails             programs and activities that serve student’s interests. The Department provides
System which includes a 1.5 mile exercise trail with a series of exercise stations         a wide range of social, recreational, cultural and civic activities to students at
and a 1/4-mile observation garden trail.                                                   no cost. Student Life also works closely with student organizations and serves
                                                                                           as advisor to these organizations by providing information concerning their
Residential Life and Food Services                                                         constitution and by-laws, membership and issues concerning college policy.
Full time (minimum 12 hours) freshmen students are required to live on                        OSU-Okmulgee students may request an official OSU-Okmulgee Activities
campus for two semesters unless they have dependents, are 21 years of age                  Transcript their last semester through the Student Life office. The Activities
or over, married, or live within a 50-mile commuting radius. Residing on                   Transcript is an official record of the out-of-class, extracurricular activities and
campus is considered a fundamental part of a student’s educational experi-                 accomplishments of students. Student Life, “Friends, Fitness and Fun!”
ence. On-campus single student housing and apartments are safe, convenient
and affordable. OSU-Okmulgee offers students a living-learning environ-
ment that complements each student’s academic goals.                                       Student Life Leadership Programs
Students making application for campus housing are encouraged to apply                     Leaders for Life
early. To reserve space in campus housing students must make a deposit of                    Leaders for Life aims to supplement OSU-Okmulgee’s academic curriculum by
$150 ($500 for family apartments). The housing contract is for two semes-                  fostering leadership skills through a variety of methods. Leaders for Life strive to
ters. All of the housing facilities are complete with free Internet access,                create a close-knit campus community through volunteerism, group interaction
cable access, and local phone service. Students living on campus partici-                  and education. Leaders for Life will positively impact each participant, enabling
pate in one of four on campus meal plans, depending on individual needs.                   each to define, recognize and apply leadership skills.
Students select a 10-meal, 15-meal, 20-meal or a declining balance meal                      The program includes three monthly seminars, and three hours of campus
plan for use at campus food services, which include the Student Union caf-                 community service. The monthly seminars educate participants on different
eteria and the University Market convenience store.                                        components of leadership, as well as facilitate though and discussion to develop
For complete information concerning living on campus and to receive a con-                 each participant’s awareness of their own leadership strengths and weaknesses.
tract or arrange a tour, contact the Residential Life Office at (918) 293-5280             The campus community service fosters an environment of volunteerism and
or (918) 293-4928 and via email at missy.morland@okstate.edu or devin.                     social interaction, as well as creating positive morale and goodwill on campus.
debock@okstate.edu.                                                                        PETE University
Student Union                                                                                The PETE (Personal Enrichment Training Experience) University Program
   Located in the center of campus, the Student Union houses a Cafeteria,                  aims to educate students about issues relating to personal development. This
Bookstore, Post Office and Student health Services. In addition, the Student               education will allow students to develop skills that are necessary to be successful
Union has two lounges available for use. The PSO Lounge has an attached                    not only in higher education, but professionally and personally, as well.
solarium and both indoor and outdoor seating. Students use the PSO Lounge as a               PETE University is a three-part seminar series featuring community leaders
meeting place in between classes or as an alternative eating location. The Viersen         discussing various topics that impact students pre-and post-graduation. Seminars
Lounge, more removed from activity, is quiet and perfect for studying or quiet             will be roughly one-hour long and will be conducted during the lunch hour.
conversation.
                                                                                           REBEL Program
   The Campus Bookstore: The Bookstore maintains a stock of OSU Spirit
                                                                                             The REBEL Program aims to give students the power to shape their college
items, small gift items and OSU clothing in addition to tools and supplies
                                                                                           experience. REBEL strives to create Respect for fellow students, Educate outside
needed for classes. The Bookstore is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to
                                                                                           of the classroom, Build relationships, Empower the entire student body and
4:30 p.m., with extended hours at the beginning of each semester.
                                                                                           create Leadership development. REBEL will positively impact each participant,
   Food: The Student Union Cafeteria includes a soup and salad bar, hot entrees,           enabling each to define, recognize and apply the leadership skills they develop.
fresh vegetables and accompaniments, desserts, a grill for cooked-to-order
                                                                                             REBEL participants will take part in an event management training session
hamburgers, convenience foods and a wide variety of beverages. The State Room
                                                                                           under the guidance of the Student Life Department, and more specifically, the
restaurant and The Tech Room dining room, located in the hospitality Services



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Activities Coordinator. Following the training session, bi-weekly meetings will be   Information Technologies Admissions Requirements
held and conducted similar to other student clubs and organizations. In addition        Individuals who wish to gain admittance to the OSU-Okmulgee Bachelor of
to meetings, REBEL participants will be responsible for the planning, execution      Technology in Information Assurance and Forensics program are required to
and evaluation of all Student Life Events. A Student Life appointed work study       obtain clear background reviews. For further program information, please contact
student will serve as the acting President under the direction of the Activities     the Information Technologies office at 918.293.5440 or infotech@okstate.edu.
Coordinator.
                                                                                     Student classification
 Student Organizations                                                                  Students enrolled in Bachelor of Technology majors will be classified
                                                                                     according to the following number of credit hours:
    More than twenty organizations on campus give students the opportunity to
develop leadership skills. Ranging in purpose from departmental to service and            0 – 30 Freshman
social organizations, club memberships are open to all students. For a complete           31 – 60 Sophomore
listing of OSU-Okmulgee’s clubs and organizations, go to:                                 61 – 90 Junior
http://www.osu-okmulgee.edu/campus_community/student_life/clubs.php                       91 – N Senior
Phi Theta Kappa                                                                      Financial Aid Eligibility
   Phi Theta Kappa has recognized academic excellence in the two-year                   Students enrolled in a bachelor degree program have 13 semesters or 195
college since 1918 and has become the largest and the most prestigious               credit hours to complete their first bachelor degree. Students can receive financial
honor society serving two-year colleges around the world. Membership                 aid for only their first bachelor degree.
is based primarily upon academic achievement. Invitation to membership                  Additionally, students enrolled in a bachelor degree program must maintain
may be extended by OSU-Okmulgee’s President after one has completed                  academic progress as outlined in the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy,
12 hours and earned a GPA of 3.5 or greater. Membership in Phi Theta                 previously stated in this catalog.
Kappa honor Society will open new doors for one’s academic journey. The
                                                                                        Students can apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for
organization offers a myriad of opportunities such as $35 Million in Transfer
                                                                                     Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This should be done before March 1st for best
Scholarships, intellectual enrichment and personal development through
                                                                                     results. All federal and state funded financial aid programs previously listed in
programs based on Phi Theta Kappa’s four hallmarks of Scholarship,
                                                                                     this catalog are available to students enrolled in a bachelor degree program.
Leadership, Service and Fellowship.
Student Ambassadors
   The Student Ambassador program works closely with the Okmulgee
                                                                                     MidAmerica Industrial Park
Chamber of Commerce and provides OSU-Okmulgee students the opportunity               Pryor, Oklahoma
to become actively involved with campus activities as well as the Okmulgee              Oklahoma State University–Okmulgee has approval to offer associate in
community. On campus, the Student Ambassadors act as official greeters to            applied science degree programs at its MidAmerica Industrial Park Technical
industrial and business representatives who visit the campus. These students         Training Center located in Pryor, OK.
also participate in numerous educational, governmental and social functions             The MidAmerica Industrial Park (MAIP) is one of the largest rural industrial
throughout Okmulgee County.                                                          parks in the United States. The park is located on a site of slightly more than
                                                                                     10,000 acres. Presently, more than 70 firms are located in the Park and these
Student Senate                                                                       firms employ nearly 5,000 workers. however, with recent announcements
   The Student Senate is made up of representatives from each academic               of Gatorade and Google, the number of employees is expected to increase
department, selected residence hall groups and commuter students. Membership         substantially.
in the Senate is open to any full-time student enrolled at OSU-Okmulgee subject
                                                                                        Technical coursework is provided in disciplines relevant to skills needed by
to the requirements indicated in the constitution. Four officers are elected by
                                                                                     incumbent workers as well as area residents. Degree-seeking students work with
the student body at large: a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer.
                                                                                     Rogers State University to complete their general education requirements. This
The Student Senate promotes activities and programs, which contribute to the
                                                                                     collaborative partnership provides highly-skilled workers for local industries
betterment of the student body.
                                                                                     while contributing to the economic development of this northeast region.
                                                                                        For additional information contact Scott Fry, Manager, OSU-Okmulgee/MAIP
Bachelor of Technology Requirements                                                  at (918) 825-4678.
  Specific academic requirements are in effect for students wishing to enroll in
OSU-Okmulgee’s Bachelor of Technology degrees.
Admissions Standards 2007-2008
   Students wishing to undertake a Bachelor of Technology degree are required
to meet or exceed the following admissions standards in addition to specific
program requirements.
   l ACT score of 19 or higher in all subcomponents, or

   l COMPASS scores of 81 in Reading, 74 in English, 42 in College Algebra
      and a combined Reading and College Algebra score of 123, or
   l have removed any identified deficiencies through appropriate remediation.

   Students scoring below 68 on the Mathematics portion of the COMPASS are
advised to take the Math Fundamentals course.
   The Bachelor of Technology programs are designed so that a student will earn
a corresponding associate degree during his or her pursuit of the BT degree. A
student is required to hold an associate degree or higher to be admitted to the
Bachelor of Technology degree programs.




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cOLLEGE OF THE MUScOGEE NATION                                                                            2006 cRIME STATISTIcS
   The College of the Muscogee Nation was created by an act of the Muscogee
(Creek) Nation National Council and signed into law by Principal Chief A.D.               Offense                    2004                2005             2006
Ellis on September 1, 2004. Its Mission is as follows:                                    homicide                      0                   0               0
   The College of the Muscogee Nation is the institution of higher education for          Manslaughter                  0                   0               0
the Muscogee (Creek) Nation emphasizing native culture, values, language and self         Sex Offenses
determination. The college will provide a positive learning environment for tribal and     Forcible                     1                   0               0
non-tribal students as citizens of a tribal and global society supported by teaching       Non-Forcible                 0                   0               0
excellence and will offer exemplary academic programs that meet student, tribal and       Robbery                       0                   0               1
societal needs. Through instructional quality and visionary leadership, the College       Assaults
of the Muscogee Nation will encourage life long learners for personal growth,              Simple                        4                   3               1
professional development and intellectual advancement.                                     Aggravated                    0                   3               0
   The College of the Muscogee Nation (CMN) is preparing to become an                     Burglary                       6                 10               11
accredited freestanding institution offering Associate Degrees. however, until            Larceny                       36                  25              13
accreditation is received, CMN has collaborated with the Oklahoma State                   Motor Vehicle Theft            1                   2               2
University System in offering a variety of general education and tribal specific          Arson                          0                   0               0
courses at OSU-Okmulgee. Through student dual enrollment at the CMN and                   hate Crimes                    1                   2               2
OSU-Okmulgee, coursework is accepted and recorded by OSU-Okmulgee. In                     Stalking                       0                   0               0
addition CMN students are eligible for the same services from OSU-Okmulgee                Criminal Incidents           153                 131              52
that all students receive.                                                                Non-Criminal Incidents       204                 183             173
   For the 2007-2008 academic year, an Associate in Applied Science (AAS)                 Total Reports                357                 314             225
degree in Gaming has been approved by the Board of Regents for Oklahoma
State University and the A&M Colleges and the Oklahoma State Regents for                  Arrests                     2004                2005             2006
higher Education. Other associate degrees are in the planning stage.                      Alcohol                       3                   3                4
                                                                                          Drugs                        12                  11                1
                                                                                          Weapons                       0                   0                0
Board of Regents for the cMN:                                                             Traffic                      27                  24               17
Ramona Mason, Chair                                                                       All Others                    9                  11                8
                                                                                          Total Arrests                51                  49               30
C. Blue Clark, Vice Chair
Sharon Mouss, Secretary                                                                   Disciplinary
Robert Bible                                                                              Alcohol                       4                    8               7
                                                                                          Drugs                        38                   8                3
Pandee Ramirez
                                                                                          Weapons                       4                    0               0
                                                                                          Total Arrests                46                   16              10
Administration for the cMN:
Pete G. Coser
                                                                                          Disciplinary referrals for incidents involving alcohol and weapons
 President, College of the Muscogee Nation
                                                                                          that do not include an arrest indicate the circumstances did not actur-
 B.S. Southeastern Oklahoma State                                                         all constitute a crime but rather a violation of institutional policies.
 M.B.S. Southeastern Oklahoma State                                                       Likewise, referrals for incidents involving drugs that do not include
                                                                                          an arrest indicate that there was evidence of drugs present, but insuf-
 Ed. D. University of Arkansas
                                                                                          ficient evidence to support criminal charges.
James King
 Emeritus Professor of Education, Consultant, College of the Muscogee Nation              The number of total reports includes reports other than those listed.
                                                                                          They include reports of other crimes and non-criminal incidents.
 B.S. East Central State University
 M.A. University of Minnesota                                                             For Emergency Assistance Dial 911.
 Ed.D. Oklahoma State University
Angela Bunner
 Academic Administrator
 B.S. Oklahoma State University
 M.S. University of Kansas
Bruce Douglas
 Curriculum Specialist/Instructor
 B.S. Northeastern University
 M.A. Southern Nazarene University




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PROGRAMS OF STUDy

Arts & Sciences Division                                           Engineering Technologies Division
General Studies (degree seeking: undeclared majors)                Engineering Technologies
Business                                                                       Electrical/Electronics
Office Information Systems Technology                                          Engineering Graphic & Design/Drafting
Pre-Education (Elementary)                                                     Manufacturing Technology
Pre-Education (Secondary)                                                      Nano Scientific Instrumentation
                                                                               Watchmaking & Microtechnology
                                                                   Civil Engineering Technology
Automotive & HEvi Technologies Division
                                                                   Instrumentation Engineering Technologies
Automotive Collision Repair Technology
Automotive Service Technology
                                                                   Health & Environmental Technologies Division
           Chrysler CAP
                                                                   Nursing
           Ford ASSET
                                                                   Orthotics & Prosthetics
           GM ASEP
                                                                               Orthotics & Prosthetics - Pedorthics
           PRO-TECh
           Toyota T-TEN
heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute                                Hospitality Services Technologies Division
           CAT Dealer Prep                                         Food Service Management
           Gas Processors Assn./Gas Processors Suppliers Assn.,                Culinary Arts
                 Natural Gas Compression Program
           Komatsu Advanced Career Training Program                Information Technologies Division
           MhC Kenworth Truck Technology                           Information Technologies
           Precision Agriculture Technology                        Information Assurance & Forensics
           Southwestern Assoc. Industrial & Farm Equipment

                                                                   visual communications Technologies Division
college of the Muscogee Nation                                     Graphic Design Technology
                                                                   Multimedia Technology
           Gaming
                                                                   Photography Technology


construction Technologies Division
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology-hVAC
                                                                   *These programs are offered through an Alliance Agreement
Construction Technology                                                with several Oklahoma Career Technology Centers.
           Construction Management
           Electrical
           high Voltage Electricity
           Masonry Construction*
           Plumbing
           Residential Construction*
           Welding*




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PROGRAMS OF STUDy

   All programs listed here are planned for the 2007-2008 academic year.                Internships
Although every effort is made to present accurate offerings, a listing in this             Employer-based internship experiences at OSU-Okmulgee formally integrate
catalog is not a guarantee of availability. Degree requirements may be revised          academic study with authentic work experience. Internships are sponsored by
from time to time, and the official document will be the electronic catalog             a large number of Oklahoma employers as well as employers throughout the
posted on the campus website. All programs of study offered by                          region.
OSU-Okmulgee are offered with the approval of the Oklahoma State Regents                   During the internship period, the student is visited periodically by
for higher Education.                                                                   OSU-Okmulgee faculty. In addition, the employer provides the student with a
   College graduates at all levels, but especially those earning Associate degrees      mentor who will be available for advice and support throughout the internship
in advanced technological education, must possess capacities for connecting             experience.
their education experiences with an exploding information-based work place.                Students earn college credit during the internship period and nearly all
Some have said, “To do this best, a major ought to have a beginning, a middle           student interns are paid. Internship sites are pre-approved by OSU-Okmulgee
and an end.” It is this clear progress of learning that prompts the Cornerstone to      in order to assure a quality educational experience. The number and structure of
Capstone experience.                                                                    those internships varies with each program of study. Students must contact the
                                                                                        appropriate departmental office for details on program-specific internships.
The cornerstone to capstone Experience                                                  capstone
   OSU-Okmulgee is committed to the success of its students academically and
                                                                                           The Capstone Experience is the culmination of student success at
professionally. For this reason the campus has instituted a unique, full-spectrum
                                                                                        OSU- Okmulgee. here is where students apply the knowledge from their
process called the Cornerstone to Capstone Experience designed to enable
                                                                                        internships, classes, labs and life experiences to real-world problems and
students to see from their very first semester the “light at the end of the tunnel”.
                                                                                        concerns. Students work in teams on projects designed to integrate all they have
   This approach encourages students to explore career options, to integrate            learned and who they have become during their education.
technology into learning and to synthesize theory and practice.
                                                                                           Through the Cornerstone to Capstone Experience, OSU-Okmulgee students
college cornerstone                                                                     build layer upon layer of knowledge, skill and technology awareness. They
   Step one in the process is College Cornerstone. In this course students learn        become the self-directed and self-motivated learners and workers that employers
to use the leading edge technology available on campus, to become savvy, self-          hire and keep.
motivated learners and to assess their strengths as learners and technical high         Entry Requirements
performers.                                                                                All programs require that students complete the OSU-Okmulgee admissions
   Using a number of nationally normed assessment tools, the guidance of                application and meet other institutional requirements. Some programs have
Cornerstone facilitators and their technical advisors, students evaluate where          additional entry requirements, which are listed at the beginning of each program
they are, where employers expect them to be upon graduation and how they can            of study outline.
begin the journey to reaching their goals.
career cornerstone
   Like College Cornerstone, Career Cornerstone continues building on
students’ awareness and strengths, emphasizing current trends and expected
competencies in their field of study.
   Designed as an integrated, competency-based approach to learning, Career
Cornerstone is woven into core courses within each program of study. Students
become familiar with real-world expectations as they build competencies in
communications, teamwork and career options.
   OSU-Okmulgee’s close alliance with industry leaders through the advisory
board process informs students of the expectations of today’s and tomorrow’s
employers.




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                                            The following pages list the Programs of Study in alphabetical order by division name.



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                                                              arts & sciences

General Education                                      BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
                                                       PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology
                                                                                                       HUMANITIES-PHILOSOPHY
                                                                                                       hUM      1013 humanities I
                                                       PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment   hUM      1033 humanities II
Major Undecided                                        PSYC   2583 Developmental Psychology            hUM      1113 Music Appreciation
                                                       SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology              hUM      2243 Native Peoples of North America
                                                                                                       hUM      2453 Introduction to Film
  Each technical program of study at                   ENGLISH
OSU-Okmulgee requires General Education                                                                PhIL     1013 Ethics of Leadership
                                                       ENGL 0143 English Fundamentals
courses. These courses include English, math,                                                          PhIL     1213 Ethics
                                                       ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I
science, history and social science. Students who                                                      PhIL     1313 Introduction to Logic
are undecided about which program of study can         ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
take General Education courses first and select a      ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II               MATHEMATICS
major later. The institution offers day, evening and   ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II                  MATh 0143 Math Fundamentals
weekend courses to allow students flexibility in       ENGL 2413 Introduction to Literature            MATh 0153 Algebra Fundamentals
planning for their educational needs.
                                                       ENGL 2543 Survey of English Literature I        MATh 0163 Intermediate Algebra
  Arts and Sciences offers a full 15-week summer       ENGL 2653 Survey of English Literature II       MATh 1473 Mathematical Structures I
semester, and 8-week courses during the months
                                                       ENGL 2773 Survey of American Literature I       MATh 1513 College Algebra
of June and July. These courses are especially
appealing to high school students completing their     ENGL 2883 Survey of American Literature II      MATh 1613 Trigonometry
junior year, recent high school graduates, college     ENGL 3323 Technical Writing III                 MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
students home for the summer and anyone who            READ 0143 Reading Fundamentals                  MATh 2113 Plane Analytic Geometry
has mornings or afternoons free.                                                                       MATh 2123 Technical Calculus I
                                                       GENERAL BUSINESS
  OSU-Okmulgee General Education courses                                                               MATh 2133 Technical Calculus II
transfer to all state colleges.                        BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
                                                                                                       MATh 2423 Math Concepts for Educators
                                                       GBUS 2313 Supervisory Management
                                                                                                       MATh 2713 Elementary Calculus
For more detailed information, please contact          MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
Arts and Sciences at 918-293-4828.                                                                     MATh 3103 Discrete Mathematics
                                                       GENERAL STUDIES
                                                                                                       ORIENTATION
                                                       GEN    2090 Special Projects
                                                                                                       ORIE     1011 College Strategies
                                                       HISTORY-GEOGRAPHY-POLITICAL SCIENCE
                                                                                                       SCIENCE
                                                       hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
                                                                                                       PhYS     0123 Science
                                                       hIST   1493 U.S. history since 1865
                                                                                                       Life Sciences
                                                       hIST   1613 Western Civilization to 1500
                                                                                                       BIOL     1014 General Biology (Non-Majors)
                                                       hIST   1623 Western Civilization after 1500
                                                                                                       BIOL     1114 General Biology
                                                       hIST   2323 Oklahoma history
                                                                                                       BIOL     1404 General Botany
                                                       GEOG 1114 Physical Geography
                                                                                                       BIOL     1604 Zoology
                                                       GEOG 2243 Fundamentals of Geography
                                                                                                       BIOL     2104 human Anatomy
                                                       GEOG 2253 World Regional Geography
                                                                                                       BIOL     2114 human Physiology
                                                       POLS   1011 Contemporary Political Issues I
                                                                                                       BIOL     2124 General Microbiology
                                                       POLS   1021 Contemporary Political Issues II
                                                                                                       Physical Sciences
                                                       POLS   1031 Contemporary Political Issues III
                                                                                                       ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I
                                                       POLS   1113 U.S. Government
                                                                                                       ChEM 1515 General Chemistry II
                                                                                                       PhYS     1114 General Physics I
                                                                                                       PhYS     1204 General Physical Science
                                                                                                       PhYS     1214 General Physics II

                                                                                                       SPEECH
                                                                                                       SPCh     1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                                                                       SPCh     2313 Small Group Communications

                                                                                                       SPANISH
                                                                                                       SPAN     1115 Elementary Spanish I
                                                                                                       SPAN     1225 Elementary Spanish II




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                                                              arts & sciences

Business                                               BUSINESS EDUcATION
                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                      SCIENCE (8/9 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                      one course must be a lab science course
                                                       15 cREDIT HOURS                                Life Sciences (choose one)
Associate in Science                                                                                  BIOL    1014 General Biology (Non-Majors)
                                                       ACCOUNTING (6 CREDIT HOURS)
(60 credit hours)                                      ACCT 2103 Financial Accounting
                                                                                                      BIOL
                                                                                                      BIOL
                                                                                                              1114 General Biology
                                                                                                              2104 human Anatomy
                                                       ACCT 2203 Managerial Accounting                BIOL    2114 human Physiology
  This degree option allows students to earn the                                                      BIOL    2124 General Microbiology
                                                       ECONOMICS (6 CREDIT HOURS)
first two years of a bachelor’s degree in business                                                    Physical Sciences (choose one)
at this campus with assurances that all courses will   ECON 2103 Microeconomics
                                                                                                      ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I
transfer to another Oklahoma college offering a        ECON 2203 Macroeconomics
bachelor’s degree in business.                                                                        ChEM 1515 General Chemistry II
                                                       STATISTICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)                    GEOL 1014 Earth Science
  The strength of this associate degree is that it
saves the student considerable time, travel and        STAT   2013 Elementary Statistics              PhYS    1114 General Physics I
money by allowing one to remain closer to home                                                        PhYS    1204 General Physical Science
for the first two years of study.                      GENERAL EDUcATION                              PhYS    1214 General Physics II
  OSU-Okmulgee’s business degree program has           REqUIREMENTS:                                  SOCIAL SCIENCES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
been carefully coordinated with other colleges to
make the transfer of the 63 semester credit hours
                                                       39 cREDIT HOURS                                hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
earned at this campus a simple and seamless                                                           hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865 and
                                                       COMPUTER LITERACY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
process.                                                                                              POLS    1113 U.S. Government (required)
                                                       CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
  Whether one’s goal is to explore careers in                                                         SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
accounting, sales, marketing or finance, the solid     ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
core of business courses offered by                                                                   SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communication
                                                       ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
OSU-Okmulgee is a great first step.                    ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
                                                                                                      ELEcTIvES (6 cREDIT
                                                       HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
For more detailed information, please contact                                                         HOURS)
Arts & Sciences at 918-293-4830.                       (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                      Business Program Electives require Division
                                                       hhP    1113 Personal health                    Chair approval if not on this list.
                                                       NSCI   1113 Introduction to Nutrition          ACCT 2043 Cost Accounting
                                                       HUMANITIES (6 CREDIT HOURS)                    ACCT 2303 Intermediate Accounting
                                                       Choose two courses:                            BADM 2063 Business Law I
                                                       ENGL 2413 Introduction to Literature           BADM 2373 Business Communications
                                                       ENGL 2543 Survey of English Literature I       MGMT 2313 Principles of Management
                                                       ENGL 2653 Survey of English Literature II      MGMT 2603 human Resource Management
                                                       ENGL 2773 Survey of American Literature I      Or Approved Elective
                                                       ENGL 2883 Survey of American Literature II
                                                       GEOG 2243 Fundamentals of Geography
                                                       hIST   1613 Western Civilization to 1500
                                                       hIST   1623 Western Civilization After 1500
                                                       hUM    1013 humanities I
                                                       hUM    1033 humanities II
                                                       hUM    1113 Music Appreciation
                                                       hUM    2243 Native Peoples of North America
                                                       hUM    2453 Introduction to Film
                                                       hUM    2563 Comparative Cultures
                                                       PhIL   1213 Ethics

                                                       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       MATh 1513 College Algebra
                                                       MATh 1613 Trigonometry
                                                       MATh 2713 Elementary Calculus

                                                       ORIENTATION (1 CREDIT HOUR)
                                                       ORIE   1011 College Strategies




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                                                            arts & sciences

Office Information                                   PROGRAM REqUIREMENTS:                               GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                         REqUIREMENTS:
                                                     42 cREDIT HOURS
Systems Technology#                                                                                      18 cREDIT HOURS
                                                      A combination of the following courses and/or
                                                                                                         ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Associate in Applied                                 other approved courses* to total 42 credit hours.
                                                                                                         ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
Science (60 credit hours)                            ACCT 2103 Financial Accounting
                                                     ACCT 2203 Managerial Accounting
                                                                                                         ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II or
                                                                                                         ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II
                                                     BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
  The Office Information Systems program             BADM 2153 Marketing Principles                      HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
is a cooperative alliance program conducted          BADM 2323 Microcomputer Accounting Applications     hIST 1483 U.S. history to 1865
jointly between OSU-Okmulgee and several
                                                     CS 1013 Computer Literacy and Applications          hIST 1493 U.S. history Since 1865
of Oklahoma’s technology centers. Office
Information Systems (OIS) courses are offered        MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
                                                                                                         POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
at the technology centers’ campuses. Required        MGMT 2313 Principles of Management
                                                                                                         POLS 1113 U.S. Government
general education and support courses are offered    OIS 1013 Office Procedures
at OSU-Okmulgee.                                     OIS 1113 Legal Terminology I                        SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  The Office Information Systems Technology          OIS 1143 Desktop Publishing                         SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
program prepares administrative information          OIS 1153 Medical Terminology I                      SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
professionals to perform and coordinate
                                                     OIS 1173 Medical Terminology II                     APPROVED GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE
administrative activities; integrate computer
applications; use and support word processing,       OIS 1333 Document Production                        (3 CREDIT HOURS)
spreadsheet, database, and presentation software     OIS 1343 Advanced Document Production
applications; secure, store, retrieve and archive    OIS 1373 Business Communications                    # This program is part of a cooperative alliance
information; plan, implement and manage              OIS 1383 Customer Service (Capstone)                agreement and major courses are available at
projects; generate documentation; and conduct                                                            select career technology centers.
                                                     OIS 1413 Business Computer Applications
research. Administrative information specialists
work with other professionals in education, health   OIS 1423 Integrated Applications
                                                                                                         *Other courses may be accepted at the discre-
services, law, governmental agencies, and many       OIS 1433 Web Design Basics
                                                                                                         tion of the Arts & Sciences Division.
other organizational environments.                   OIS 2101 Employment Orientation
                                                     OIS 2526 Medical Transcription I
 For more detailed information, please contact       OIS 2573 ICD-9-CM Coding
Arts & Sciences at 918.293.4830.                     OIS 2583 Electronic Medical Office Procedures
                                                     OIS 2593 Medical Office Procedures
                                                     OIS 2683 Project Management
                                                     OIS 2853 Legal Terminology II
                                                     OIS 2863 Legal Terminology III




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                                                                arts & sciences

Pre-Education-                                           REqUIRED cOURSES:
                                                         55 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                              BIOL
                                                                                                              BIOL
                                                                                                                      2114 human Physiology
                                                                                                                      2124 General Microbiology
Elementary,                                              Courses taken in communications, mathematics,        Physical Sciences
Early Childhood or                                       science and social science must be completed
                                                         with a grade of “C” or higher for the course to
                                                                                                              ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I

Special Education                                        satisfy degree requirements.                         ChEM 1515 General Chemistry II
                                                                                                              GEOL 1014 Earth Science
                                                         COMMUNICATION ARTS (12 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                              PhYS    1114 General Physics I
Associate in Science                                     ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I (required)
                                                         ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II (required)
                                                                                                              PhYS    1204 General Physical Science

(60 credit hours)                                        SPCh    1113Introdruction to Speech Communications
                                                                                                              PhYS    1214 General Physics II

                                                                       (required)
                                                                                                              SOCIAL SCIENCES (12 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         Three credit hours from the following:               *One of these two history courses is required:
  OSU-Okmulgee offers an associate in science
                                                         ENGL 2413 Introduction to Literature                 GEOG 2243 Fundamentals of Geography
degree in pre-education where students earn the
first two years of a bachelor’s degree in education      ENGL 2543 Survey of English Literature I             hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865 *
at this campus with assurance that all courses will      ENGL 2653 Survey of English Literature II            hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865*
transfer to another Oklahoma college offering a          ENGL 2773 Survey of American Literature I            POLS    1113 U.S. Government (required)
bachelor’s degree in education.                                                                               PSYC    1113 Introductory Psychology
                                                         ENGL 2883 Survey of American Literature II
  This pre-education degree from
                                                         SPCh    2313 Small Group Communications
OSU-Okmulgee saves the student considerable
time, travel and money by allowing one to remain
                                                                                                              ADDITIONAL cOURSES:
                                                         COMPUTER LITERACY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
closer to home for the first two years of study.                                                              5 cREDIT HOURS MINIMUM
                                                         CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
  OSU-Okmulgee’s pre-education degree has been                                                                Students need to select courses which will satisfy
carefully coordinated with other colleges to make        HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION (3 CREDIT                the transfer requirements for the baccalaure-
the transfer of the 60 semester credit hours earned      HOURS)                                               ate degree at the institution to which they will
at this campus a simple and seamless process.                                                                 transfer. Students should choose courses that
                                                         hhP     1113 Personal health                         were NOT used to satisfy the general education
  The OSU-Okmulgee pre-education program                 NSIC    1113 Introduction to Nutrition               requirements.
offers a wide range of course choices for education
majors, but is vigilant in its offerings to ensure the   MATHEMATICS (6 CREDIT HOURS)
student will meet necessary state requirements in        MATh 1473 Mathematical Structures I                  ELECTIVES (5 CREDIT HOURS)
math, English, science, social sciences and foreign      MATh 1513 College Algebra                            hIST    2323 Oklahoma history
language at four-year institutions.                                                                           (Note: This course satisfies the Oklahoma State
                                                         MATh 1613 Trigonometry
  Whether one’s goal is to explore a career as an                                                             Department of Education requirement for
                                                         MATh 2423 Math Concepts for Educators
elementary, secondary or college educator, the                                                                teacher certification.)
solid core of education and general studies courses      MATh 2713 Elementary Calculus
                                                                                                              PhIL    1013 Ethics of Leadership
offered by OSU-Okmulgee is a great first step.           STAT    2013 Statistics
                                                                                                              PSYC    2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                         HUMANITIES (6 CREDIT HOURS)                          PSYC    2583 Developmental Psychology
For more detailed information, please contact
                                                         ENGL 2413 Introduction to Literature I               SOC     1113 Introductory Sociology
Arts & Sciences at 918-293-4830.
                                                         ENGL 2543 Survey of English Literature I             SPAN    1115 Elementary Spanish I
                                                         ENGL 2653 Survey of English Literature II            SPAN    1225 Elementary Spanish II
                                                         ENGL 2773 Survey of American Literature I
                                                         ENGL 2883 Survey of American Literature II             Those students majoring in Elementary Educa-
                                                         hIST    1613 Western Civilization to 1500            tion, Early Childhood Education, or Special Edu-
                                                                                                              cation who seek certification in Oklahoma must
                                                         hIST    1623 Western Civilization After 1500
                                                                                                              take 12 credit hours in each of the four areas:
                                                         hUM     1013 humanities I
                                                                                                              English, math, science, and social studies. Stu-
                                                         hUM     1033 humanities II                           dents majoring in Elementary Education, Early
                                                         hUM     1113 Music Appreciation                      Childhood Education, or Special Education must
                                                         hUM     2243 Native Peoples of North America         also demonstrate listening and speaking skills in
                                                         hUM     2453 Introduction to Film                    a foreign language at the novice-high level. Suc-
                                                                                                              cessful completion of SPAN 1115 or SPAN 1225
                                                         PhIL    1213 Ethics
                                                                                                              would satisfy this requirement.
                                                         ORIENTATION (1 CREDIT HOUR)
                                                         ORIE    1011 College Strategies

                                                         SCIENCE (12 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         (one course must be a lab science course-must
                                                         select at least one course from each area)
                                                         Life Sciences
                                                         BIOL    1014 General Biology (Non-Majors)
                                                         BIOL    1114 General Biology
                                                         BIOL    2104 human Anatomy




                                                                                   
                                                                arts & sciences

Pre-Education-                                           REqUIRED cOURSES:                               Physical Sciences
                                                                                                         ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I
                                                         45 cREDIT HOURS
Secondary Education                                                                                      ChEM 1515 General Chemistry II
                                                         ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)                        GEOL 1014 Earth Science
                                                         ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I                PhYS    1114 General Physics I
Associate in Science                                     ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II               PhYS    1204 General Physical Science
(60 credit hours)                                        COMPUTER LITERACY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                         PhYS    1214 General Physics II

                                                         CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications   SOCIAL SCIENCES (12 CREDIT HOURS)
  OSU-Okmulgee offers an associate in science                                                            *One of these two history courses is required:
                                                         HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION (3 CREDIT
degree in pre-education where students earn the                                                          GEOG 2243 Fundamentals of Geography
first two years of a bachelor’s degree in education      HOURS)
                                                                                                         hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865 *
at this campus with assurance that all courses will      hhP     1113 Personal health                    hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865*
transfer to another Oklahoma college offering a          NSCI    1113 Introduction to Nutrition          POLS    1113 U.S. Government (required)
bachelor’s degree in education.
  This pre-education degree from
                                                         MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)                    PSYC    1113 Introductory Psychology
OSU-Okmulgee saves the student considerable              MATh 1513 College Algebra                       SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
time, travel and money by allowing one to remain         MATh 1613 Trigonometry                          SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
closer to home for the first two years of study.         MATh 2713 Elementary Calculus
  OSU-Okmulgee’s pre-education degree has been           STAT    2013 Statistics
carefully coordinated with other colleges to make
the transfer of the 60 semester credit hours earned      HUMANITIES (6 CREDIT HOURS)                     SUPPORT AND RELATED
at this campus a simple and seamless process.            ENGL 2413 Introduction to Literature            REqUIREMENTS:
  The OSU-Okmulgee pre-education program                 ENGL 2543 Survey of English Literature I        15 cREDIT HOURS
offers a wide range of course choices for education      ENGL 2653 Survey of English Literature II       Students should select courses in this area which
majors, but is vigilant in its offerings to ensure the                                                   will satisfy the transfer requirements for the
                                                         ENGL 2773 Survey of American Literature I
student will meet necessary state requirements in                                                        baccalaureate degree at the institution to which
                                                         ENGL 2883 Survey of American Literature II
math, English, science, social sciences and foreign                                                      they will transfer. Students should choose from
language at four-year institutions.                      hIST    1613 Western Civilization to 1500
                                                                                                         the courses above that were NOT used to satisfy
  Whether one’s goal is to explore a career as an        hIST    1623 Western Civilization After 1500    the general education requirements. Student
elementary, secondary or college educator, the           hUM     1013 humanities I                       advisement is critical to ensure the courses
solid core of education and general studies courses      hUM     1033 humanities II                      selected will satisfy the baccalaureate degree.
offered by OSU-Okmulgee is a great first step.           hUM     1113 Music Appreciation                 Students should consult with their advisor, for
                                                         hUM     2243 Native Peoples of North America    major area of interest.
For more detailed information, please contact
                                                         hUM     2453 Introduction to Film
Arts & Sciences at 918-293-4830.
                                                         PhIL    1213 Ethics                             ELECTIVES (15 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                         hIST    2323 Oklahoma history
                                                         ORIENTATION (1 CREDIT HOUR)
                                                                                                         (Note: This course satisfies the Oklahoma State
                                                         ORIE    1011 College Strategies                 Department of Education requirement for
                                                         SCIENCE (8/9 CREDIT HOURS)                      teacher certification.)
                                                         (one course must be a lab science course-must   And/Or Other Departmental Approved Electives
                                                         select at least one course from each area)
                                                         Life Sciences                                     Those students majoring in Elementary Educa-
                                                         BIOL    1014 General Biology (Non-Majors)       tion, Early Childhood Education, or Special Edu-
                                                                                                         cation who seek certification in Oklahoma must
                                                         BIOL    1114 General Biology
                                                                                                         take 12 credit hours in each of the four areas:
                                                         BIOL    2104 human Anatomy
                                                                                                         English, math, science, and social studies. Stu-
                                                         BIOL    2114 human Physiology                   dents majoring in Elementary Education, Early
                                                         BIOL    2124 General Microbiology               Childhood Education, or Special Education must
                                                                                                         also demonstrate listening and speaking skills in
                                                                                                         a foreign language at the novice-high level. Suc-
                                                                                                         cessful completion of SPAN 1115 or SPAN 1225
                                                                                                         would satisfy this requirement.




                                                                                   
                                             aUtOMOtiVe & heVi technOLOGies

Automotive Collision                                   DEPARTMENTAL
                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                         GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                         REqUIREMENTS:
Repair Technology                                      55 cREDIT HOURS                                   24 cREDIT HOURS
                                                       AUTO COLLISION REPAIR TECHNOLOGY                  BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Associate in Applied                                   (55 CREDIT HOURS)                                 PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology

Science (83 credit hours)                              AUC	 1101	 Collision	Career	Cornerstone           PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                       AUC			 1102		Chassis	Analysis                     SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology
                                                       AUC			 1111		Vehicle	Design	&	Energy	Management   ENGLISH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  Automotive collision technicians repair vehicles
                                                       AUC		 1112		Panel	Straightening	&	Filler
which are involved in collisions to pre-accident                                                         ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I
condition. When vehicles are damaged this              		    	     Application
                                                                                                         ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
requires repair, replacement and refinishing of        AUC		 1121		Collision	Estimating
exterior and interior components comprising the        AUC		 1212		Refinishing	Equipment	&	Processes
                                                                                                         GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
vehicle body.                                          AUC		 1222		Color	Analysis                        BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
  Graduates of the program are employed as             AUC		 1232	Gas	Metal	Arc	Welding                  ECON 2103 Micro Economics
collision technicians and refinish specialists. With                                                     ECON 2203 Macro Economics
                                                       AUC		 1252	Panel	Replacement	&	Alignment
experience, graduates qualify for positions as body                                                      GBUS 2313 Supervisory Management
shop managers, paint specialists, material and         AUC		 1262	Advanced	Metal	Repair
                                                       AUC		 1302	Structural	Component	Repair            MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
equipment representatives, insurance adjusters,
shop owners, and refinish equipment specialists.       AUC		 1312	Body	Damage	Analysis	&	Repair          HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  Students may not have more than two academic         AUC		 1322	Refinishing	Principles	&	Techniques    hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
deficiencies at the time of enrollment into            AUC		 1332	Collision	Repair	Shop	Management       hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
Collision Technology.
                                                       AUC		 2403	Production	Refinishing	Procedures
                                                                                                         MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       AUC		 2411	Refinishing	Capstone
Enrollment accepted fall and spring only.                                                                MATh 1513 College Algebra
                                                       AUC		 2416	Refinishing	Internship
                                                                                                         MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
For more detailed information,                         AUC		 2513	Non-Structural	Panel	Replacement
please contact the Automotive                          		    	     &	Repair                              PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Collision Repair Technology office                     AUC		 2521	Non-Structural	Capstone                PhIL   1213 Ethics
at 918-293-5390.                                       AUC		 2536	Non-Structural	Internship	or           POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       AUC		 2104	Collision	Repair	Skills	*	and          POLS   1113 U.S. Government
                                                       AUC		 2532	Non-Structural	Internship	#
                                                                                                         SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       AUC		 2623	Advanced	Collision	Repair	Procedures
                                                                                                         SPCh   1113Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                       AUC		 2631	Structural	Capstone
                                                       AUC		 2646	Structural	Internship
                                                                                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                         REqUIREMENTS:
                                                       * This course is available at participating
                                                                                                         4 cREDIT HOURS
                                                       Cooperative Alliance Technology Centers           GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                         GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                       # Internship course for career technology cen-
                                                       ter graduates who have earned credit while        CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
                                                       attending an approved Cooperative Alliance
                                                       Technology Center




                                                                              
                                              aUtOMOtiVe & heVi technOLOGies

Automotive                                           DEPARTMENTAL
                                                     REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                     GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                     REqUIREMENTS:
Service Technology-                                  62 cREDIT HOURS                                 24 cREDIT HOURS
Chrysler CAP                                         CHRYSLER (62 CREDIT HOURS)                      BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     AUMC 1361 Technology Fundamentals
                                                                                                     PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology
Associate in Applied                                 AUMC 1411 Engine Operation
                                                                                                     PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                     AUMC 1421 Career Cornerstone: Introduction
Science (90 credit hours)                                      to Chrysler Operations
                                                                                                     SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology

                                                     AUMC 1422 Engine Repair                         ENGLISH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  The Chrysler Automotive Program (CAP) is           AUMC 1431 Electrical Principles I               ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
a six semester Associate in Applied Science          AUMC 1515 Internship                            GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
degree program designed to prepare graduates         AUMC 1522 Chrysler Electrical Systems
to work as a Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge Service                                                         BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
                                                     AUMC 1531 Electrical Principles II
Technician. The unique aspect of this program is                                                     ECON 2103 Micro Economics
                                                     AUMC 1541 Chrysler Body Electrical Systems I
its alternating internships. A student intensively                                                   ECON 2203 Macro Economics
studies and applies service techniques in OSU-       AUMC 1611 Brake Systems Fundamentals
                                                                                                     GBUS 2313 Supervisory Management
Okmulgee’s outstanding automotive service            AUMC 1612 Chrysler Brake Systems Service
                                                                                                     MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
technology facilities for half of each semester.     AUMC 1615 Internship
The other half of each semester is spent in a paid   AUMC 1621 Steering & Suspension Systems         HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
internship at a dealer in the hometown area of the             Fundamentals                          hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
student, where the student is able to immediately                                                    hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                     AUMC 1622 Chrysler Steering & Suspension
apply what was learned. This rotation is repeated
                                                               Systems Service
for six semesters with the level of competency                                                       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
development increasing until graduation when the     AUMC 1642 Chrysler Body Electrical Systems II
                                                                                                     MATh 1513 College Algebra
student internship is typically converted to full    AUMC 2115 Internship
                                                                                                     MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
time employment.                                     AUMC 2121 Automatic Transmission
                                                               Fundamentals                          PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
PROGRAM ENTRy                                        AUMC 2122 Chrysler Automatic                    PhIL   1213 Ethics
REqUIREMENTS:                                                  Transmissions
                                                                                                     POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     AUMC 2131 Manual Transmission
 (1)    meet institutional requirements and
                                                               Fundamentals                          POLS   1113 U.S. Government
 (2)    obtain an approved dealer sponsor.
                                                     AUMC 2132 Chrysler Manual                       SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                               Transmissions
For more detailed information, please contact                                                        SPCh   1113Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                     AUMC 2211 Chrysler Emission Systems
the Automotive Service Technology office at
                                                               Service
918-293-5390.
                                                     AUMC 2215 Internship
                                                     AUMC 2221 Climate Control Fundamentals          INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                     AUMC 2231 Chrysler Fuel Systems Service         REqUIREMENTS:
                                                     AUMC 2232 Chrysler Climate Control              4 cREDIT HOURS
                                                     AUMC 2315 Internship                            GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     AUMC 2321 Chrysler Engine Performance
                                                                                                     GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                     AUMC 2341 Diesel Fuel Injection
                                                                                                     CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
                                                               Systems Service
                                                     AUMC 2346 Capstone




                                                                           
                                              aUtOMOtiVe & heVi technOLOGies

Automotive                                            DEPARTMENTAL
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                      GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
Service Technology-                                   61 cREDIT HOURS                                 24 cREDIT HOURS
Ford ASSET                                            FORD ASSET (61 CREDIT HOURS)                    BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      AUMF 1011 Career Cornerstone: Introduction      PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology
Associate in Applied                                            to Automotive Service
                                                      AUMF 1033 Ford Basic Electrical
                                                                                                      PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                                                                      SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology
Science (89 credit hours)                             AUMF 1103 Internship
                                                                                                      ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      AUMF 1111 Ford Computer Based Training
                                                                                                      ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
  The ASSET program is an automotive service          AUMF 1113 Ford Engine Repair
                                                                                                      ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
technician program sponsored by Ford Motor            AUMF 1203 Internship
Company. The student spends six semesters                                                             SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech
                                                      AUMF 1211 Ford Computer Based Training
alternating study and practice on campus and                                                                      Communications or
                                                      AUMF 1233 Ford Base & Electrical Suspension &
at a dealership. This unique design allows                                                            ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
                                                                Steering
each potential technician to immediately apply                                                                  and
                                                      AUMF 1243 Ford Electronic System Diagnosis
automotive service principles and techniques to                                                       ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II or
the real world of work. Students spend seven and      AUMF 1303 Internship
                                                                                                      SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
one half weeks of each semester on campus and         AUMF 1311 Ford Computer Based Training
seven and one half weeks as a paid intern at a Ford   AUMF 1353 Ford Engine Performance Theory &      GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Motor Company dealership. When successfully                     Operation                             BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
completed, students earn an Associate in Applied      AUMF 1363 Ford Manual Trans/Transaxle &         ECON 2103 Microeconomics
Science degree and become technicians for a Ford                Driveline Repair                      ECON 2203 Macroeconomics
Motor Company dealership, usually at the same
                                                      AUMF 2103 Internship                            GBUS 2313 Supervisory Management
location as the internship.
                                                      AUMF 2203 Internship                            MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
                                                      AUMF 2411 Ford Computer Based Training
PROGRAM ENTRy                                                                                         HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      AUMF 2453 Ford Engine Performance Diagnosis &
REqUIREMENTS:                                                   Testing                               hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
 (1)    meet institutional requirements and           AUMF 2473 Ford Brake Systems & Advanced         hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
 (2)    obtain an approved dealer sponsor.                      Brake Diagnosis                       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      AUMF 2511 Ford Computer Based Training
For more detailed information, please contact                                                         MATh 1513 College Algebra
                                                      AUMF 2533 Ford Diesel Engine Performance
the Automotive Service Technology office at                                                           MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                                Diagnosis
918-293-5390.                                                                                         PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      AUMF 2573 Ford Transfer Case/4WD Diagnosis &
                                                                System Repair                         PhIL   1213 Ethics
                                                      AUMF 2611 Ford Computer Based Training
                                                                                                      POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      AUMF 2613 Ford Automatic Transmission Repair
                                                                & Electrical                          POLS   1113 U.S. Government
                                                      AUMF 2683 Ford Capstone
                                                      AUMF 2693 Ford Climate Control                  INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                      4 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                      GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                      GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                                                                      CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications




                                                                           
                                              aUtOMOtiVe & heVi technOLOGies

Automotive                                             DEPARTMENTAL
                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                  GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                  REqUIREMENTS:
Service Technology-                                    62 cREDIT HOURS                            24 cREDIT HOURS
GM ASEP                                                GENERAL MOTORS (62 CREDIT HOURS)           BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       AUMG 1062 College & Career Cornerstone:    PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology
Associate in Applied                                             Introduction to GM Automotive
                                                                 Service
                                                                                                  PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                                                                  SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology
Science (89 credit hours)                              AUMG 1122 GM Automotive Engines I
                                                       AUMG 1132 GM Automotive Engines II
                                                                                                  ENGLISH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       AUMG 1142 GM Automotive Brake Systems I    ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I
  The General Motors sponsored GM-ASEP
                                                       AUMG 1152 GM Automotive Brake Systems II   ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
program prepares students to become automotive
service technicians in high tech General Motors        AUMG 1162 GM Specialized Electronics       GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
dealerships located throughout the country.                         Training I                    BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
Alternating sessions of on-campus study and            AUMG 1172 GM Specialized Electronics       ECON 2103 Microeconomics
paid internships for six semesters leads to the                  Training II
Associate in Applied Science degree. This method                                                  ECON 2203 Macroeconomics
                                                       AUMG 1214 Internship
of alternating study with the internship is a highly                                              GBUS 2313 Supervisory Management
successful method of quickly preparing new             AUMG 1272 GM Manual Drivetrain I
                                                                                                  MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
technicians for this rapidly growing field. Most       AUMG 1292 GM Steering & Suspension I
graduates start work as GM technicians at the          AUMG 1302 GM Automotive Electrical
                                                                                                  HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
dealership where they interned.                                  Systems I                        hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
                                                       AUMG 1312 GM Manual Drivetrain II          hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
PROGRAM ENTRy                                          AUMG 1314 Internship                       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
REqUIREMENTS:                                          AUMG 1322 GM Steering & Suspension II
                                                                                                  MATh 1513 College Algebra
 (1)    meet institutional requirements and            AUMG 1342 GM Automotive Electrical
                                                                                                  MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
 (2)    obtain an approved dealer sponsor.                          Systems II
                                                       AUMG 2522 GM Automatic Transmissions &     PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
For more detailed information, please contact                    Transaxles I                     PhIL   1213 Ethics
the Automotive Service Technology office at            AUMG 2532 GM Automotive heating &
918-293-5390.                                                                                     POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                 Air Conditioning I
                                                                                                  POLS   1113 U.S. Government
                                                       AUMG 2544 Internship
                                                       AUMG 2582 GM Automotive Engine             SPEECH OR ENGLISH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                 Performance                      SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                       AUMG 2632 GM Automatic                     ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II
                                                                 Transmissions & Transaxles II
                                                       AUMG 2672 GM Automotive heating &
                                                                 Air Conditioning II              INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                       AUMG 2682 GM Capstone                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                       AUMG 2812 Internship (12 credit hours)     3 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                  GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                  CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications




                                                                             
                                           aUtOMOtiVe & heVi technOLOGies

Automotive                                           DEPARTMENTAL
                                                     REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                     GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                     REqUIREMENTS:
Service Technology-                                  59 cREDIT HOURS                                 27 cREDIT HOURS
PRO-TECH                                             AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                           BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     (59 CREDIT HOURS)                               PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology
Associate in Applied                                 AUMP 1031 Career & College Cornerstone          PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                                                                     SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology
Science (89 credit hours)                            AUMP 1051 Automotive Engines I
                                                     AUMP 1052 Automotive Engines II                 ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     AUMP 1055 Internship I or
                                                                                                     ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I
  The PRO-TECh Automotive Service                    AUMP 1901 Internship I # and
                                                                                                     ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II
Technology Program is a cooperative two-year         AUMP 1904 Electrical/Electronic Skills *
college level student technician-training program,   AUMP 1072 Electrical/Electronics Training I     GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
which leads to an Associate in Applied Science
                                                     AUMP 1082 Electrical/Electronics Training II    BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
degree with a major in Automotive Technology.
The Automotive Technology Department                 AUMP 1202 Electrical Diagnosis                  ECON 2103 Microeconomics
administers the Program’s activities working         AUMP 1231 Automotive Brake Systems I            ECON 2203 Macroeconomics
in close relationship with automotive service        AUMP 1242 Automotive Brake Systems II           MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
industry associations, suppliers and distributors.   AUMP 1281 Automotive Suspension                 GBUS 2313 Supervisory Management
The program is by and for professional automotive
                                                                 & Steering I                        HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
independent service centers. The student spends
six semesters alternating study and practice on      AUMP 1282 Automotive Suspension                 hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
campus and at an independent service center. This                & Steering II                       hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
unique design allows each potential technician to    AUMP 1285 Internship II or
immediately apply automotive service principles      AUMP 1912 Brake Skills I * and
                                                                                                     MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and techniques to the real world of work. The        AUMP 1913 Internship II #                       MATh 1513 College Algebra
plan calls for seven and one half weeks of each                                                      MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                     AUMP 1371 Automotive Manual Drivetrain I
semester on campus and seven and one half weeks
as a paid intern at an independent service center.   AUMP 1372 Automotive Manual Drivetrain II       PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     AUMP 1391 Automotive Automatic                  PhIL   1213 Ethics
For more detailed information, please contact                    Transmissions/Transaxles I
the Automotive Service Technology office at                                                          POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     AUMP 1392 Automotive Automatic
918-293-5390.                                                    Transmissions/Transaxles II
                                                                                                     POLS   1113 U.S. Government

                                                     AUMP 1395 Internship III or                     SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     AUMP 1931 Internship III # and                  SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                     AUMP 1934 Suspension & Steering Skills *        SPCh   2313 Small Group Communications
                                                     AUMP 2471 Automotive Engine Performance I
                                                     AUMP 2472 Automotive Engine Performance II      INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                     AUMP 2475 Internship IV or                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                     AUMP 1922 Brake Skills II * and
                                                                                                     3 cREDIT HOURS
                                                     AUMP 1923 Internship IV #
                                                     AUMP 2591 Automotive heating & AC I             GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     AUMP 2592 Automotive heating & AC II            CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
                                                     AUMP 2595 Internship V or
                                                     AUMP 1941 Internship V # and
                                                     AUMP 1944 Engine Performance Skills *
                                                     AUMP 2694 Automotive Capstone
                                                     AUMP 2782 Advanced Automotive Diagnostics

                                                     * These courses can be taken at participating
                                                     Alliance Technology Centers

                                                     # Internship courses for career technology
                                                     center graduates who have earned credit while
                                                     attending an approved Alliance Technology
                                                     Center




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Automotive                                           DEPARTMENTAL
                                                     REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                    GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                    REqUIREMENTS:
Service Technology-                                  59 cREDIT HOURS                                18 cREDIT HOURS
Toyota T-TEN                                         AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                          BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     (59 CREDIT HOURS)                              PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology
Associate in Applied                                 TTEN 1631 Brake Fundamentals                   PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment

Science (84 credit hours)                            TTEN 1641 Suspension Fundamentals
                                                     TTEN 1651 Electrical Fundamentals
                                                                                                    SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology

                                                                                                    ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     TTEN 1661 Measurement Fundamentals
                                                                                                    ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
  The student who enrolls in and successfully        TTEN 1671 Engine Fundamentals
completes the T-TEN (Toyota-Technical Education                                                     ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                     TTEN 1702 Dealer Service Information/
Network) program can expect to graduate in two                                                      SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                                Professional Technician Portfolio
years with an Associate in Applied Science degree.                                                         or
This program is unique because it allows a student   TTEN 1703 Toyota Electrical Systems            ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
to alternate on-campus learning experience seven     TTEN 1722 Toyota Minor Service                 ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II or
and one-half weeks with paid dealership internship   TTEN 1812 Toyota Body Electrical               SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
experiences seven and one-half weeks. This           TTEN 1823 Toyota Brake Systems
perfect combination of study and application for                                                    HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     TTEN 1824 Internship
six semesters leads to a job as a highly qualified                                                  hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
Toyota or Lexus technician.                          TTEN 1913 Toyota Engine Repair
                                                     TTEN 1923 Toyota Climate Control System        hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865

                                                     TTEN 1924 Internship                           MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     TTEN 2114 Toyota EFI and Computer
PROGRAM ENTRy                                                                                       MATh 1513 College Algebra
                                                                Control Systems
REqUIREMENTS:                                                                                       MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                     TTEN 2133 Toyota Engine Control Diagnosis
 (1)   meet institutional requirements and                                                          POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     TTEN 2134 Internship
 (2)   obtain an approved dealer sponsor.                                                           POLS   1113 U.S. Government
                                                     TTEN 2233 Toyota Manual Drivetrains
                                                     TTEN 2234 Toyota Automatic Transmissions
For more detailed information, please contact
                                                     TTEN 2254 Internship
                                                                                                    INTERDEPARTMENTAL
the Automotive Service Technology office at
918-293-5390.                                        TTEN 2343 Toyota Suspensions/NVh
                                                                                                    REqUIREMENTS:
                                                     TTEN 2353 Toyota Capstone                      7 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OR PHILOSOPHY
                                                                                                    (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                    BADM 2063 Business Law I or
                                                                                                    PhIL   1213 Ethics

                                                                                                    GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                    GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                                                                    CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications




                                                                            
                                            aUtOMOtiVe & heVi technOLOGies

Diesel & Heavy                                        DEPARTMENTAL
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                        GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                        REqUIREMENTS:
Equipment                                             56 cREDIT HOURS                                   24 cREDIT HOURS
Technology-                                           CAT DEALER PREP (56 CREDIT HOURS)                 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
CAT Dealer Prep                                       DhEC 1113 Internship I                            PSYC 1113 Introductory Psychology
                                                      DhEC 1124 Introduction to Caterpillar             PSYC 2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                      DhEC 1134 CAT Electrical Fundamentals             SOC 1113 Introductory Sociology
Associate in Applied                                  DhEC 1213 CAT hydraulic Fundamentals
                                                                                                        ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Science (87 credit hours)                             DhEC 1223 CAT Fuel Systems
                                                                                                        ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
                                                      DhEC 1233 Internship II
                                                                                                        ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                      DhEC 1313 Internship III or
  CAT Dealer Prep is a Caterpillar dealer                                                               ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
sponsored heavy equipment technician program.         DhE    2033 Diesel Skills I *
                                                                                                        ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
An important feature of the program is that each      DhEC 1323 CAT Engine Fundamentals
semester a student alternates seven and one-half      DhEC 1333 CAT Machine hydraulic Systems           HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
weeks on campus and seven and one-half weeks at       DhEC 2413 CAT Engine Diagnostics and Repair       hIST 1483 U.S. history to 1865
the dealership. This intensive method of study and                                                      hIST 1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                      DhEC 2423 CAT Machine Electronic Systems
practice prepares a high performance technician
that the participating Caterpillar dealers demand.    DhEC 2433 Internship IV or                        MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
After six semesters of on-campus classes and          DhE 2043 Diesel Skills II *
                                                                                                        MATh 1513 College Algebra
paid internships, graduates typically stay with the   DhEC 2513 Internship V or
                                                                                                        MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
dealership as a full time employee.                   DhE 2053 Diesel Skills III *
  Technicians diagnose problems, disassemble          DhEC 2524 CAT Power Train I
                                                                                                        PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and examine for defects and excessive wear,           DhEC 2532 CAT Mobile Air Conditioning             PhIL 1213 Ethics
recondition or replace parts. They test and
adjust components and systems to insure proper
                                                      DhEC 2603 CAT Power Train II                      POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
operation and to prevent failures. They use           DhEC 2636 CAT Capstone                            POLS 1113 U.S. Government
sophisticated diagnostic equipment. Personal
computers are used for diagnostics, record keeping    * Option available for career technology center   SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and communications within the shops, offices and      students in approved cooperative alliance pro-    SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
with customers.                                       grams.
                                                                                                        SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
  Individuals completing this program will find
many opportunities with Caterpillar dealerships.
Some of the areas within a dealership include,                                                          INTERDEPARTMENTAL
truck engines, industrial engines, heavy                                                                REqUIREMENTS:
equipment, agricultural equipment and component                                                         7 cREDIT HOURS
specialist. A student can expect nearly 100% job
placement rate, low faculty/student ratio and paid                                                      GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (7 CREDIT HOURS)
student internships.
                                                                                                        CS 1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
                                                                                                        GTCT 1183 Welding
PROGRAM ENTRy                                                                                           GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
REqUIREMENTS:
 (1) meet institutional requirements and
 (2) obtain an approved dealer sponsor.

For more detailed information, please contact
the Heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute office
at 918-293-4710.




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Diesel & Heavy                                          DEPARTMENT
                                                        REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                      GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
Equipment                                               60 cREDIT HOURS                               24 cREDIT HOURS
Technology-                                             NATURAL GAS COMPRESSION                       ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Gas Processors                                          (60 CREDIT HOURS)                             ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and

Association/Gas
                                                        DhEG 1144 Gas Compressors                     ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                        DhEG 1153 Fundamentals of Maintenance         ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
Processors Suppliers                                    DhEG 1213 Gas Compression Capstone I
                                                        DhEG 1243 Engine Principles
                                                                                                      ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II

Association, Natural                                    DhEG 1253 Advanced Engine Technology
                                                                                                      GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)

Gas Compression
                                                                                                      GBUS 1113 Introduction to Business
                                                        DhEG 1310 Internship I (10 credit hours)
                                                        DhEG 1313 Engine Air, Fuel and Starting       HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                  Systems                             hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
Associate in Applied                                    DhEG 1323 DC/AC Circuit Analysis              hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
Science (88 credit hours)                               DhEG 2413 Engine Electrical and Pneumatic
                                                                  Systems
                                                                                                      MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                        DhEG 2423 Electrical Motors, Generators and   MATh 1513 College Algebra
  The two year, six semester program incorporates                 Alternators                         MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
approximately one-half of the time designated           DhEG 2513 Electrical Devices and Controls     PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
for technical/academic education at OSU-                DhEG 2523 Programmable Logic Controllers
Okmulgee. The remaining time is allocated for                                                         PhIL    1213 Ethics
                                                                  (PLC)
on-the-job experience at sponsoring GPA/GPSA            DhEG 2610 Internship II (10 hours) or         POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
members. Each block of technical education and
                                                        DhE     2065 Gas Compression Skills I * and   POLS    1113 U.S. Government
general education course work is followed by an
immediate work experience time period, which            DhE     2075 Gas Compression Skills II *      SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
reinforces the technical education. These time          DhEG 2623 Instrumentation & Controls
                                                                                                      SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
periods are approximately seven and one-half            DhEG 2633 Gas Compression Capstone II
weeks in length each. It is essential for the success
of the program that the student’s education at                                                        INTERDEPARTMENTAL
OSU-Okmulgee and work experiences at GPA/                                                             REqUIREMENTS:
GPSA member facilities be closely aligned for                                                         4 cREDIT HOURS
maximum student learning and retention.
  Since considerable time is spent at the GPA/                                                        GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
GPSA member facility, it is a requirement of the                                                      GTGE    1111 College Cornerstone
program that a student have a sponsoring GPA/                                                         CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
GPSA member prior to enrollment. The primary
responsibility for the GPA/GPSA member is                                                             * Option available for career technology center
to provide training-related employment for the                                                        students in approved cooperative alliance pro-
students during their learning/work experience,                                                       grams.
internship.
  The internship allows students to apply, in a
real world setting, what they have learned during
the previous classroom/lab sessions. In addition,
students become familiar with the GPA/GPSA
member company environment, its organizational
structure and the competencies that are expected
of a professional service technician.

PROGRAM ENTRy
REqUIREMENTS:
 (1) meet institutional requirements and
 (2) obtain an approved GPA/GPSA sponsor

For more detailed information, please contact
the Heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute office
at 918-293-4710.




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                                            aUtOMOtiVe & heVi technOLOGies

Diesel & Heavy                                          DEPARTMENTAL
                                                        REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                     GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                     REqUIREMENTS:
Equipment                                               56 cREDIT HOURS                              24 cREDIT HOURS
Technology-                                             KOMATSU (56 CREDIT HOURS)                    BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Komatsu ACT                                             DhEK 1104 Komatsu General Basics             PSYC    1113 Introductory Psychology

(Advanced Career                                        DhEK 1124 Komatsu Parts and Service
                                                                  Publications
                                                                                                     PSYC
                                                                                                     SOC
                                                                                                             2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                                                                             1113 Introductory Sociology

Training)                                               DhEK 1143 Komatsu Internship I
                                                        DhEK 1216 Komatsu Engines and Fuel Systems
                                                                                                     ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                     ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
                                                        DhEK 1243 Komatsu Internship II
Associate in Applied                                    DhEK 1323 Komatsu Basic hydraulics
                                                                                                     ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                                                                     ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
Science (87 credit hours)                               DhEK 1333 Komatsu Basic Electrical Systems
                                                                                                     ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
                                                        DhEK 1343 Komatsu Internship III or
                                                        DhE    2033 Diesel Skills I *                HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  KOMATSU ACT is a Komatsu America                      DhEK 2416 Komatsu Wheel Loaders              hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
International Company and Komatsu distributor                                                        hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                        DhEK 2443 Komatsu Internship IV or
sponsored heavy equipment technician program.
An important feature of the program is that each        DhE    2043 Diesel Skills II *               MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
semester a student alternates seven and one-half        DhEK 2516 Komatsu hydraulic Excavators
                                                                                                     MATh 1513 College Algebra
weeks on campus and seven and one-half weeks            DhEK 2543 Komatsu Internship V or
                                                                                                     MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
at the sponsoring distributor. The intensive method     DhE    2053 Diesel Skills III *
of study and practice prepares a high performance
                                                        DhEK 2626 Komatsu Capstone
                                                                                                     PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
technician that the participating Komatsu                                                            PhIL    1213 Ethics
                                                        DhEK 2653 Vehicle Air Conditioning Systems
distributors demand. After six semesters of on-
campus classes and paid internships, graduates                                                       POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
typically stay with the Komatsu distributor as a full                                                POLS    1113 U.S. Government
time employee.
  Komatsu technicians maintain, service, diagnose                                                    SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and repair machines and equipment used in all                                                        SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
forms of construction, mining, materials handling
and other industrial activities. Technicians diagnose                                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL
problems, disassemble and examine for defects and                                                    REqUIREMENTS:
excessive wear, recondition or replace parts. They
test and adjust components and systems to insure
                                                                                                     7 cREDIT HOURS
proper operation and to prevent failures. They                                                       GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (7 CREDIT HOURS)
use sophisticated diagnostic equipment. Personal
                                                                                                     GTCT    1183 Welding
computers are used for diagnostics, record keeping
and communication within the shops, offices and                                                      GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
with customers.                                                                                      CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
  Typical progression within a company includes
journeyman technician, field technician, specialist/                                                 * Option available for career technology center
master technician. Potential management advances                                                     students in approved cooperative alliance pro-
include foreman/supervisor, service manager, parts                                                   grams.
manager, product support manager, trainer and
various executive-level positions. A student can
expect nearly 100% job placement rate, low faculty/
student ratio and paid student internships.

PROGRAM ENTRy
REqUIREMENTS:
 (1) meet institutional requirements and
 (2) obtain an approved dealer sponsor.

For more detailed information, please contact
the Heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute office
at 918-293-4710.




                                                                              
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Diesel & Heavy                                        DEPARTMENTAL
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:                                     GENERAL EDUcATION
Equipment                                             53 cREDIT HOURS                                   REqUIREMENTS:
Technology-                                           MHC KENWORTH TRUCK TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                        27 cREDIT HOURS
MHC Kenworth                                          (53 CREDIT HOURS)                                 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                        PSYC    1113 Introductory Psychology
Truck Technology                                      DhEM 1133 Internship I
                                                      DhEM 1134 Preventive & Predictive Maintenance     PSYC    2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment

                                                      DhEM 1154 Maintenance Fundamentals                SOC     1113 Introductory Sociology

Associate in Applied                                  DhEM 1233 Internship II                           ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Science (87 credit hours)                             DhEM 1243 Chassis, Steering and Suspension
                                                      DhEM 1253 Electrical Circuits, Charging and
                                                                                                        ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
                                                                                                        ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                                Starting Systems Diagnostics            ENGL 1113 Freshman Comp I and
  The MhC Kenworth Truck Technology program                         and Repair                          ENGL 1213 Freshman Comp II
is supported by the Murphy-hoffman Company.           DhEM 1323 Transmission Systems
An important feature of the program is that each                                                        GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      DhEM 1333 Internship III or
semester students will attend seven and one-half                                                        GBUS 2313 Supervisory Management
                                                      DhE     2033 Diesel Skills I *
weeks of classes on campus, then the remainder
of the semester at a MhC Kenworth dealership          DhEM 1343 Brake Systems                           HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
on a paid internship. This intensive method of        DhEM 2433 Internship IV or                        hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
instruction prepares a high performance technician    DhE     2043 Diesel Skills II *                   hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
that MhC Kenworth demands. Graduates                  DhEM 2444 Electronic Engine Interface
typically stay with the sponsoring dealership as a                                                      MATHMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      DhEM 2452 Air Conditioning Systems
full-time employee.                                                                                     MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                      DhEM 2523 Diesel Engine & Fuel Systems
  Kenworth trucks are becoming more advanced
                                                      DhEM 2533 Diesel Engine Overhaul Techniques       PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and require highly trained technicians to
insure proper diagnosis and repair. To work on        DhEM 2543 Internship V or                         PhIL    1213 Ethics
Kenworth’s new technologies, service technicians      DhE     2053 Diesel Skills III *
                                                                                                        POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
require a thorough knowledge of math, science,        DhEM 2616 Capstone
reading/comprehension and writing skills to                                                             POLS    1113 U.S. Government
acquire an advanced understanding of engines,                                                           SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
transmissions, differentials, electrical and          * Option available for career technology center   SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
electronic systems, chassis, air conditioning,        students in approved cooperative alliance
brakes and steering. As front line employees with     programs.
direct customer contact, today’s service technician                                                     INTERDEPARTMENTAL
also requires interpersonal skills to communicate                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
with customers, peers and management.                                                                   7 cREDIT HOURS
  The student can expect nearly 100% job
                                                                                                        GTCT 1183 Welding
placement rate, low faculty/student ratio and paid
internships.                                                                                            GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                                                                        CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications

PROGRAM ENTRy
REqUIREMENTS:
 1. Meet institutional requirements and
 2. obtain an approved dealer sponsor.

For more detailed information, please contact
the Heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute office
at 918-293-4710.




                                                                              
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Precision Agriculture                                 DEPARTMENTAL                                      GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:                                     REqUIREMENTS:
Technology                                            45 cREDIT HOURS                                   29 cREDIT HOURS
                                                      PRECISION AGRICULTURE (44 CREDIT HOURS)           ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Associate in Applied                                  AG     2123 Microcomputer Applications in         ENGL 1113 Freshman Comp I
Science (74 credit hours)                                         Agriculture                           ENGL 1213 Freshman Comp II
                                                      AGEC 1114 Introduction to Agriculture Economics   HUMANITIES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      AGPA 1493 Principles of GPS/GIS Applications
  Precision Agriculture defines the use of new                                                          MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
technologies to grow, manage, ship, and organize      AGPA 2116 Internship
the production of crops and livestock in ways that    AGPA 2503 Applications of GIS                     MATh 1513 College Algebra
are more profitable for the producer and better for   AGPA 2523 Agronomic GIS Data Processing           SCIENCE (8 CREDIT HOURS)
the environment.                                      AGPA 2533 Remote Sensing & Image Analysis         BIOL   1114 General Biology
  OSU-Okmulgee’s Precision Agriculture program        MCAG 1213 Basic Agriculture Electronics           ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I
contains normal agriculture coursework as well        MCAG 2023 Agriculture Electronic Devices &
as courses that educate students in the uses of                 Systems                                 SOCIAL SCIENCES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
new technologies needed to make Precision
                                                      PLNT   1213 Introduction to Plant, Range & Soil   hIST   1483 U. S. history to 1865 or
Agriculture work. Although the A.A.S. degree in
                                                                  Science                               hIST   1493 U. S. history Since 1865 and
Precision Agriculture Technology is designed as
a terminal degree, many students will continue        PLNT   2013 Principles of Crop Science            POLS   1113 U. S. Government
their education beyond graduation. In fact, most      PLNT   2113 Principles of Pest Management
                                                                                                        SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
who will employ graduates would encourage             SOIL   2124 Fundamentals of Soil Science
the pursuit of a baccalaureate degree. The                                                              SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
OSU-Okmulgee degree program is designed to            ORIENTATION (1 CREDIT HOUR)
align with various agriculture baccalaureate degree   ORIE   1011 College Strategies
programs at Oklahoma State University-Stillwater.
  The OSU-Okmulgee program is designed to
meet the needs of students who desire a terminal
degree that has a high employment potential
with good pay or for any agriculture student who
wishes to complete his or her first two years
of a baccalaureate degree and then transfer to
OSU-Stillwater. OSU-Okmulgee will offer the
basic agriculture courses that are common to most
agriculture degree programs.

For more detailed information, please contact
the Heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute office
at 918-293-4710.




                                                                            
                                              aUtOMOtiVe & heVi technOLOGies

Diesel & Heavy                                            DEPARTMENTAL                                         GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                          REqUIREMENTS:                                        REqUIREMENTS:
Equipment                                                 56 cREDIT HOURS                                      24 cREDIT HOURS
Technology-                                               SOUTHWESTERN ASSOCIATION INDUSTRIAL &                BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Southwestern                                              FARM EQUIPMENT (56 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          DhES     1113 Internship I
                                                                                                               PSYC
                                                                                                               PSYC
                                                                                                                       1113 Introductory Psychology
                                                                                                                       2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
Association Industrial                                    DhES     1114 Fundamentals of Maintenance            SOC     1113 Introductory Sociology

& Farm Equipment                                          DhES     1124 Pre Delivery & Preventive
                                                                        Maintenance
                                                                                                               ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                               ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
                                                          DhES     1213 Internship II
                                                                                                               ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
Associate in Applied                                      DhES     1223 Wiring Circuits, Charging & Starting
                                                                                                               ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
                                                                        Systems
Science (87 credit hours)                                 DhES     1233 hydraulic Principles
                                                                                                               ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II

                                                          DHES		 1313		 Internship	III	or                      HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  Founded in 1889, the SouthWestern Association           DHE				 2033		 Diesel	Skills	I	*                     hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
was established by a progressive group of                                                                      hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                          DHES		 1323		 Electronic	Systems
independent hardware and farm implement/
mercantile dealers to help increase their profitability   DHES		 1333		 Hydraulic	Systems                      MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and solve common problems. While the                      DHES		 2413		 Internship	IV	or                       MATh 1513 College Algebra
Association’s scope of interest has evolved over                                                               MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
time, the basic concept of working together for the       DHE				 2043		 Diesel	Skills	II	*
common good remains the same.                             DHES		 2416		 Engines	&	Fuel	Systems
                                                                                                               PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  Ask any group of farm and industrial equipment          DHES		 2512		 Mobile	Air	Conditioning
                                                                                                               PhIL    1213 Ethics
dealers about the biggest challenges they face,
                                                          DHES		 2513		 Internship	V	or                        POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and the lack of qualified service technicians is a
frequent answer. Each year, as equipment becomes                                                               POLS    1113 U.S. Government
                                                          DHE				 2053		 Diesel	Skills	III	*
more technologically advanced, the need for skilled                                                            SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          DHES		 2514		 Power	Train
technicians grows. SouthWestern Association is
addressing this problem with the new Industrial and       DHES		 2613		 Ag	&	Construction	Business             SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
Farm Equipment Technician Program at Oklahoma             DHES		 2623		 Precision	Ag	&	Construction
State University-Okmulgee.                                                                                     INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                          DHES		 2633		 Capstone
  An important feature of the program is that each                                                             REqUIREMENTS:
semester a student alternates seven and one-half                                                               7 cREDIT HOURS
weeks on campus and seven and one-half weeks
at the sponsoring SWA distributor. The intensive                                                               GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (7 CREDIT HOURS)
method of study and practice prepares a high                                                                   GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
performance technician that the participating SWA
                                                                                                               CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
distributors demand. After six semesters of on-
campus classes and five paid internships, graduates                                                            GTCT    1183 Welding
typically stay with the SWA distributor as a full time
employee. Technicians maintain service, diagnose                                                               * Option available for career technology center
and repair machines and equipment used in all                                                                  students in approved cooperative alliance pro-
forms of agricultural and industrial activities. A                                                             grams.
student can expect nearly 100% job placement rate,
low faculty/student ratio and paid internships.

For more detailed information, please contact the
Heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute office at
918-293-4710.




                                                                                   
                                                   cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Air Conditioning                                       DEPARTMENTAL
                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                          GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                          REqUIREMENTS:
& Refrigeration                                        66 cREDIT HOURS                                    21 cREDIT HOURS
Technology                                             AIR CONDITIONING &                                 ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       REFRIGERATION TECHNOLOGY                           ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
Associate in Applied                                   (63 CREDIT HOURS)                                  ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                                                                          ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
Science (90 credit hours)                              ACR
                                                       ACR
                                                             1111 EPA Certification Information
                                                             1121 Introduction to Air Conditioning &      ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
                                                                  Refrigeration Technology
                                                                                                          HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  Air conditioning and refrigeration technicians are   ACR   1126 ACR System Application
                                                                                                          hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
primarily involved in the installation, maintenance,   ACR   1203 Electrical Controls
service and repair of heating and cooling systems                                                         hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                       ACR   1206 Electrical Control Applications
used in residential and commercial applications.                                                          MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       ACR   1336 Residential Air Conditioning &
Technicians service and repair refrigeration
                                                                  heating Systems                         MATh 1513 College Algebra
equipment ranging from commercial ice machines
                                                       ACR   1343 Electronic Control Applications         MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
to systems used in the food processing and
retailing industry and other low temperature           ACR   1344 Unitary Refrigeration
                                                                                                          PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
industrial applications. Career preparation includes   ACR   2406 Commercial Refrigeration Applications
extensive educational experiences in refrigeration,                                                       PhIL    1213 Ethics
                                                       ACR   2443 Systems Controls
electrical, electronics and mechanical systems.        ACR   2513 Air Systems Design                      POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       ACR   2603 Commercial Air Conditioning             POLS    1113 U.S. Government
  Some of the positions available to recent            ACR   2616 Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
graduates have included commercial refrigeration                                                          SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                  Technology Capstone
technician, control technician, air balancing                                                             SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                       ACR   2806 Internship I
technician, stationary engineer, laboratory                                                               SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
technician, residential air conditioning and heating   ACR   2906 Internship II
service technician. Graduates with experience
have advanced into positions as service managers,                                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL
sales engineers and company managers. Others           APPROVED ELECTIVES: 3 CREDIT HOURS                 REqUIREMENTS:
have proven successful as company owners.                                                                 3 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                          GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
For more detailed information, please contact
the Air Conditioning & Refrigeration office at                                                            CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
918-293-5304.




                                                                            
                                                   cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Air Conditioning                                       DEPARTMENTAL
                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                        GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                        REqUIREMENTS:
& Refrigeration                                        63 cREDIT HOURS                                  24 cREDIT HOURS
Technology-HVAC                                        AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION                 ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       TECHNOLOGY                                       ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and

Associate in Applied                                   (29 CREDIT HOURS)                                ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                       ACR    1111 EPA Certification Information        ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
Science (90 credit hours)                              ACR    1121 Introduction to Air Conditioning &   ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
                                                                   Refrigeration
                                                                                                        HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  The heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning        ACR    1126 ACR System Application
                                                                                                        hIST    1483 U. S. history to 1865
(hVAC) industry specific program of study is a         ACR    1203 Electrical Controls
contractor-sponsored air conditioning technician                                                        hIST    1493 U. S. history Since 1865
                                                       ACR    1206 Electrical Control Applications
program that leads to an Associate in Applied          ACR    1336 Residential Air Conditioning &       MANAGEMENT (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Science degree. An important feature of the                        heating Systems                      MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
program is that during five of the fifteen-week
                                                       ACR    1343 Electronic Control Applications
semesters a student spends seven and one half                                                           MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
weeks working for a contractor in an internship        ACR    2513 Air Systems Design
                                                                                                        MATh 1513 College Algebra
assignment. Students earn a college degree and         HVAC (34 CREDIT HOURS)
money from a paid internship. The student is on                                                         MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                       hVAC 1215 hVAC Internship I
campus the entire first semester. This intensive                                                        PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
method of study and practice prepares a technician     hVAC 1325 hVAC Internship II
                                                                                                        PhIL    1213 Ethics
that the industry demands.                             hVAC 2403 Commercial Air Conditioning
  After six semesters of on-campus classes and         hVAC 2425 hVAC Internship III                    POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
paid internships, the graduate frequently stays with   hVAC 2522 Systems Controls                       POLS    1113 U. S. Government
the contractor as a full-time employee.                hVAC 2525 hVAC Internship IV
                                                                                                        SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       hVAC 2533 Commercial Refrigeration I
 Program entry requirements:                                                                            SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                       hVAC 2626 hVAC Capstone
 1) institutional requirements,                                                                         SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications

 2) an approved industry sponsor, and
 3) score at or above the minimum levels on all                                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL
    areas of the Compass.                                                                               REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                        3 cREDIT HOURS
For more detailed information, please contact
the Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Office at                                                          GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
918-293-5304.                                                                                           CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications




                                                                             
                                                  cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Construction                                          DEPARTMENTAL                                  GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:                                 REqUIREMENTS:
Technology-                                           63 cREDIT HOURS                               24 cREDIT HOURS
Construction                                          CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY                       ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Management                                            (35 CREDIT HOURS)                             ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
                                                      CNS    1111 Introduction to Construction      ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                      CNS    1113 Construction Materials &          ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
Associate in Applied                                              Procedures                        ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
Science (90 credit hours)                             CNS    1123 Site Development
                                                                                                    HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      CNS    1202 Construction Blueprints and
                                                                  Specifications                    hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
   The construction industry, with 7.7 million        CNS    1213 Construction Safety               hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
workers, represents 5% of our nation’s work force.
The value of construction put in place in 2006
                                                      CNS    1223 Project Layout                    MATHEMATICS (6 CREDIT HOURS)
totaled $1.2 trillion, 9% of our country’s gross      CNS    1303 Estimating I                      MATh 1513 College Algebra
domestic product (GDP). Continued strong growth       CNS    2403 Project Scheduling                MATh 1613 Trigonometry
in the commercial and retail construction industry,   CNS    2413 Mechanical Systems
coupled with an aging skilled construction                                                          PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      CNS    2432 Construction Documents and
force, means there is a severe shortage of skilled                Shop Drawing Review               PhIL    1213 Ethics
workers. Nationwide, the construction industry        CNS    2543 Concrete Construction             POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
needs at least 210,000 new technicians each year
                                                      CNS    2683 CM Capstone Experience            POLS    1113 U. S. Government
for the next ten years to meet its demands.
                                                      CNS    2693 Principles of Construction
   Graduates from the Construction Management                                                       SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                  Management
Option begin their careers in the industry as entry
                                                                                                    SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
level managers and can expect opportunities           BUILDING CONSTRUCTION (19 CREDIT HOURS)
with general contractors, subcontractors, material                                                  SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
                                                      BLD    2303 Estimating II
suppliers or other industry related businesses.
The degree program emphasizes supervisory,            BLD    2503 Wall & Roof Systems
administrative and management responsibilities        BLD    2513 Interior Finishes & Specialties
                                                                                                    INTERDEPARTMENTAL
coupled with technical hands-on knowledge.            BLD    2805 Construction Internship
Graduates can qualify for positions such as
                                                                                                    REqUIREMENTS:
                                                      BLD    2905 Construction Internship
office engineer, field engineer, safety engineer,                                                   3 cREDIT HOURS
superintendent, project engineer, foreman,            CIVIL CONSTRUCTION (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                    GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
estimator, scheduler, expediter, quality control      CIVL   2303 Surveying I
engineer, inspector or independent contractor.                                                      CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
                                                      APPROVED ELECTIVES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
For more detailed information, please contact
the Construction Technologies office at 918-
293-4742 or send email to cns@osu-okmulgee.
edu.




                                                                            
                                                  cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Construction                                          DEPARTMENTAL
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                          GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                          REqUIREMENTS:
Technology-                                           60 cREDIT HOURS                                     24 cREDIT HOURS
Electrical                                            CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY                             ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      (8 CREDIT HOURS)                                    ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
Associate in Applied                                  CNS    1113 Construction Materials & Procedures     ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                      CNS    1202 Construction Blueprints and             ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
Science (90 credit hours)                                         Specifications                          ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
                                                      CNS    2413 Mechanical Systems
                                                                                                          HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
   The construction industry, with 7.7 million        ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY                  hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
workers, represents 5% of our nation’s work force.
                                                      (40 CREDIT HOURS)                                   hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
The value of construction put in place in 2006
totaled $1.2 trillion, 9% of our country’s gross      ECNT   1102 Introduction to the Electrical Trades
                                                                                                          MATHEMATICS (6 CREDIT HOURS)
domestic product (GDP). Continued strong growth       ECNT   1112 Electrical Safety
                                                                                                          MATh 1513 College Algebra
in the commercial and retail construction industry,   ECNT   1144 DC & AC Circuit Analysis
coupled with an aging skilled construction                                                                MATh 1613 Trigonometry
                                                      ECNT   1233 Electric Motors & Controls
force, means there is a severe shortage of skilled                                                        PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      ECNT   1253 Electrical Wiring Methods I -
workers. Nationwide, the construction industry
                                                                  Residential                             PhIL    1213 Ethics
needs at least 210,000 new technicians each year
for the next ten years to meet its demands.           ECNT   1313 National Electrical Codes
                                                                                                          POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
   As a part of the construction industry, the        ECNT   2473 Electrical Wiring Methods II
                                                                                                          POLS    1113 U.S. Government
demand for graduates in the electrical option is      ECNT   2533 Electrical Wiring Methods III
high. Individuals with the Associate in Applied       ECNT   2616 hV Electrical Capstone Experience       SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Science Degree in Construction Technology can         ECNT   2806 Internship                              SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
expect to work on commercial and residential          ECNT   2905 Internship                              SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
electrical projects both large and small. The
employment opportunities are those common to          APPROVED ELECTIVES (12 CREDIT HOURS)
the construction industry with the emphasis on
electrical applications.                                                                                  INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                          REqUIREMENTS:
For more detailed information, please contact
the Construction Technologies office at 918-
                                                                                                          6 cREDIT HOURS
293-4742 or send email to cns@osu-okmulgee.                                                               GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
edu.
                                                                                                          GTCT    1183 Welding
                                                                                                          CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications




                                                                            
                                                     cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Construction                                           DEPARTMENTAL
                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
Technology-High                                        63 cREDIT HOURS                                GENERAL EDUcATION
Voltage Electricity                                    ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY             REqUIREMENTS:
                                                       (63 CREDIT HOURS)                              24 cREDIT HOURS
Associate in Applied                                   ECNT   1133 Introduction to high Voltage
                                                                   Electricity and Safety
                                                                                                      BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Science (90 credit hours)                              ECNT   1216 Internship I
                                                                                                      PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment

                                                       ECNT   1243 high Voltage Pole Climbing         ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
  The high Voltage Technician Option of the                        Techniques                         ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
Construction Technology program provides a             ECNT   1316 high Voltage Internship II         ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
unique opportunity to work in the high voltage         ECNT   1353 DC/AC hV Circuit Analysis          ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
industry. Directed study, lab experiences and          ECNT   2416 high Voltage Internship III        ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
actual field work will prepare a graduate to           ECNT   2483 Principles of Operations of high
enter the work force qualified to fill many of the                                                    HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                   Voltage Distribution Systems
technician positions constructing and servicing                                                       hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
                                                       ECNT   2516 Internship IV
high voltage systems throughout the United States                                                     hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
and around the world. Job opportunities and the        ECNT   2553 Underground Distribution Systems
demand for qualified individuals in this field         ECNT   2563 Overhead Distribution Systems      MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
are great and even more when considering that          ECNT   2616 high Voltage Electrical Capstone   MATh 1513 College Algebra
50% of the linemen currently in the trade will be                  Experience                         MATh 2003 Business Math
becoming eligible for retirement within the next       ECNT   2643 Advanced Distribution Systems
five years.
                                                       ECNT   2663 heavy Construction Equipment &
                                                                                                      PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                   Operation                          PhIL   1213 Ethics
For more detailed information, please contact          ECNT   2673 Transmission Principles            POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
the Construction Technologies office at 918-
                                                       ECNT   2716 high Voltage Internship V
293-4742 or send email to cns@osu-okmulgee.                                                           POLS   1113 U.S. Government
edu.                                                                                                  SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                      SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                                                                      SPCh   2313 Small Group Communications


                                                                                                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                      3 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                      GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                      CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications




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                                                     cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Construction                                               DEPARTMENTAL                                            GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                           REqUIREMENTS:                                           REqUIREMENTS:
Technology-Masonry                                         66 cREDIT HOURS                                         24 cREDIT HOURS
Construction#                                              BUILDING CONSTRUCTION ( 3 CREDIT HOURS)                 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                           BLD     2303 Estimating II                              PSYC 1113 Introductory Psychology
Associate in Applied                                       CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY                                 PSYC 2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment

Science (90 credit hours)                                  (25 CREDIT HOURS)                                       ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                           CNS     1113 Construction Materials & Procedures        ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and

                                                           CNS     1123 Site Development                           ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
    The Masonry Construction program is a
                                                           CNS     1202 Construction Blueprints & Specifications   ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
cooperative alliance program conducted jointly
between OSU-Okmulgee and several of Oklahoma’s             CNS     1223 Project Layout                             ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
career technology centers. Masonry courses are             CNS     1303 Estimating I                               HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
offered exclusively at the technology centers’             CNS     2403 Project Scheduling                         hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
campuses. Required general education and support
                                                           CNS     2413 Mechanical Systems                         hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
courses are offered at OSU-Okmulgee.
                                                           CNS     2432 Construction Documents &
    The Masonry industry offers vast opportunities                                                                 MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
with great pay for an individual who has developed                       Shop Drawings Reveiw
                                                           CNS     2543 Concrete Construction                      MATh    1513 College Algebra
skills that are needed in the Construction Industry.
The construction industry, with 7.7 million workers,                                                               MATh 1613 Trigonometry
                                                           MASONRY CONSTRUCTION (32 CREDIT HOURS)
represents over 5% of our nation’s workforce. The
                                                           (offered at approved career technology centers)         PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
value of construction put in place in 2006 totaled
$1.2 trillion, 9% of our country’s gross domestic          MASC 1101 Introduction to Masonry                       PhIL    1213 Ethics
product (GDP). Residential spending totaled $639           MASC 1103 Masonry Drawings & Specifications
                                                                                                                   POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
billion and nonresidential spending totaled $559           MASC 1105 Masonry Units & Installation Techniques
billion. Continued strong growth in the commercial                                                                 POLS    1113 U. S. Government
                                                           MASC 1111 Mortar, Tools & Equipment
and retail construction industry, coupled with an                                                                  SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                           MASC 1202 Interpretation of Residential Drawings
aging skilled construction workforce, means there is
                                                           MASC 1203 Residential Masonry                           SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
a severe shortage of skilled workers. Nationwide the
construction industry needs 210,000 new employees          MASC 1212 Construction Inspection &                     SPCh    2313 Small Group Communications
each year for at least the next ten years. Masonry is                Quality Control
one of the oldest skilled crafts and it is used almost     MASC 1213 Construction Techniques                       # This program is part of a cooperative alliance
everywhere one looks, whether it is on a residential                 & Moisture Control                            agreement and the masonry construction courses
house, an archway in a park, a church building or a        MASC 2302 Commercial Drawings                           are available only at select career technology
multi-story building.                                      MASC 2305 Specialized Materials & Techniques            centers.
    The Masonry program teaches how to take                MASC 2312 Grout and Other Reinforcement
brick, block or rock and create beautiful structures.
                                                           MASC 2413 Masonry in high-Rise Construction
Students will not only learn to read blueprints, and
estimate of job, but also to lay-out, line up, and level   APPROVED ELECTIVES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
as well as make arches and curved walls.                   CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
                                                           MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
For more detailed information, please contact:             MASC 2402 Project Planning & Supervision
Construction Technologies, 918-293-4742,
                                                           MASC 2403 Estimating Masonry
cns@osu-okmulgee.edu. or OSU-Okmulgee
Cooperative Alliance Coordinator, 918-293-4913.            MASC 2423 Advanced Laying Techniques
                                                           MATh 2003 Business Mathematics




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                                                  cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Construction                                          DEPARTMENTAL
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                        GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                        REqUIREMENTS:
Technology-                                           60 cREDIT HOURS                                   24 cREDIT HOURS
Plumbing                                              CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY                           BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      (2 CREDIT HOURS)                                  PSYC    1113 Introductory Psychology
Associate in Applied                                  CNS    1202 Construction Blueprints and
                                                                  Specifications
                                                                                                        PSYC    2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment

Science (90 credit hours)                             PLUMBING TECHNOLOGY (58 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                        ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                        ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
                                                      PLBG   1104 Plumbing Systems I                    ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
  The construction industry, with 7.7 million         PLBG   1111 Introduction to Plumbing Technology   ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
workers, represents 5% of our nation’s work force.
                                                      PLBG   1202 Advanced Plumbing Systems             ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
The value of construction put in place in 2006
totaled $1.2 trillion, 9% of our country’s gross      PLBG   1215 Plumbing Internship I
                                                                                                        HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
domestic product (GDP). Continued strong growth       PLBG   1312 Plumbing-Natural Gas/heating
                                                                                                        hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
in the commercial and retail construction industry,               Systems
coupled with an aging skilled construction            PLBG   1316 Plumbing Internship II                hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
force, means there is a severe shortage of skilled    PLBG   1322 Plumbing Layout                       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
workers. Nationwide, the construction industry
                                                      PLBG   1332 Air Conditioning Principles           MATh 1513 College Algebra
needs at least 210,000 new technicians each year
for the next ten years to meet its demands.           PLBG   2413 Plumbing Estimating                   MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                      PLBG   2416 Plumbing Internship III
   Graduates from the Plumbing Option of the                                                            PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Construction Technology program can expect            PLBG   2503 Plumbing Codes
                                                                                                        PhIL    1213 Ethics
career opportunities with plumbing contractors,       PLBG   2512 Plastic Plumbing Systems
through trade organizations, material supply          PLBG   2513 Advanced Plumbing Codes               POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
companies, city inspectors, high-purity plumbing,     PLBG   2516 Plumbing Internship IV                POLS    1113 U.S. Government
or work as an independent. Graduates can
                                                      PLBG   2615 Plumbing Internship V
qualify for positions such as plumber apprentice,                                                       SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
journeyman plumber, material expediter, inspector     PLBG   2626 Plumbing Capstone Project
                                                                                                        SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
and business owner.
                                                                                                        SPCh    2313 Small Group Communications

For more detailed information, please contact
the Construction Technologies office at
918-293-4742 or send email to cns@osu-                                                                  INTERDEPARTMENTAL
Okmulgee.edu.                                                                                           REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                        6 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                        GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                        CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
                                                                                                        GTCT    1183 Welding




                                                                           
                                                    cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Construction                                             DEPARTMENTAL                                           GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                         REqUIREMENTS:                                          REqUIREMENTS:
Technology-                                              66 cREDIT HOURS                                        24 cREDIT HOURS
Residential                                              BUILDING CONSTRUCTION:
                                                                                                                BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Construction#                                            BLD 2303 Estimating II
                                                                                                                PSYC 1113 Introductory Psychology
                                                                                                                PSYC 2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
                                                         CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY:
Associate in Applied                                     (25 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                                ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)

Science (90 credit hours)                                CNS    1113 Construction Materials & Procedures
                                                                                                                ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
                                                                                                                ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
                                                         CNS    1123 Site Development
                                                                                                                ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
                                                         CNS    1202 Construction Blueprints & Specifications
  The Residential Construction program is a coop-                                                               ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
                                                         CNS    1223 Project Layout
erative alliance program conducted jointly between
OSU-Okmulgee and several of Oklahoma’s career            CNS    1303 Estimating I                               HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
technology centers. Residential Construction courses     CNS    2403 Project Scheduling                         hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
are offered exclusively at the technology centers’       CNS    2413 Mechanical Systems                         hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
campuses. Required general education and support         CNS    2432 Construction Documents &
courses are offered at OSU-Okmulgee.                                                                            MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                     Shop Drawings Review
  The Residential Construction industry offers                                                                  MATh 1513 College Algebra
                                                         CNS    2543 Concrete Construction
vast opportunities with great pay for an individual                                                             MATh 1613 Trigonometry
who has developed skills that are needed in the          RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION:
Construction Industry. The construction industry,                                                               PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         (32 CREDIT HOURS)
with 7.7 million workers, represents over 5% of          (Offered at approved technology centers)
                                                                                                                PhIL   1213 Ethics
our nation’s workforce. The value of construction
                                                         RESC 1101 Introduction to Residential Construction     POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
put in place in 2006 totaled $1.2 trillion, 9% of our
country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Residential      RESC 1103 Reading Plans & Elevations                   POLS 1113 U. S. Government
spending totaled $639 billion and nonresidential         RESC 1113 Site Layout
                                                                                                                SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
spending totaled $559 billion. Continued strong          RESC 1203 Foundations and Flatwork
growth in the commercial and retail construction                                                                SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                         RESC 1213 Introdcution to Concrete &
industry, coupled with an aging skilled construc-                                                               SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
                                                                     Reinforcing Materials
tion workforce, means there is a severe shortage of
skilled workers. Nationwide the construction indus-      RESC 1303 Floor Systems
try needs 210,000 new employees each year for at         RESC 2313 Walls and Ceiling Systems                    # This program is part of a cooperative alliance
least the next ten years.                                RESC 2323 Roof Framing Systems                         agreement and residential construction courses
  The Residential Construction program teaches           RESC 2403 Thermal & Moisture Protection                are available only at select career technology
carpentry skills that provide students the opportunity                                                          centers.
                                                         RESC 2413 Interior Finishes
to pursue many career choices, for example: frame        RESC 2424 Capstone or
carpenter, trim carpenter, concrete form carpenter,
                                                         RESC 2454 Internship
drywall installer and many others. The Residential
Construction program also prepares students to           APPROVED ELECTIVES:
understand the building process, materials, and the      (6 CREDIT HOURS)
manpower needed to completely build a new resi-
dential project from start to finish.                    ACR    1126 ACR System Application
                                                         CNS    2693 Principals of Construction Management
                                                         ECNT 1253 Electrical Wiring Methods I - Residential
                                                         CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
For more detailed information, please contact:
Construction Technologies, 918-293-4742,                 MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
cns@osu-okmulgee.edu. or OSU-Okmulgee                    MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
Cooperative Alliance Coordinator 918-293-4913.           PLBG 1104 Plumbing Systems I
                                                         PLBG 1322 Plumbing Layout




                                                                                  
                                                  cOnstrUctiOn technOLOGies

Construction                                            DEPARTMENTAL                                            GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                        REqUIREMENTS:                                           REqUIREMENTS:
Technology-Welding#                                     66 cREDIT HOURS                                         24 cREDIT HOURS
                                                        BUILDING CONSTRUCTION ( 3 CREDIT HOURS)                 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Associate in Applied                                    BLD     2303 Estimating II                              PSYC 1113 Introductory Psychology
Science (90 credit hours)                               CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY                                 PSYC 2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment

                                                        (25 CREDIT HOURS)                                       ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
    The Welding program is a cooperative alliance       CNS     1113 Construction Materials & Procedures        ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I and
program conducted jointly between OSU-Okmulgee          CNS     1123 Site Development                           ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
and several of Oklahoma’s career technology
                                                        CNS     1202 Construction Blueprints & Specifications   ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
centers. Welding courses are offered exclusively
at the technology centers’ campuses. Required           CNS     1223 Project Layout                             ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
general education and support courses are offered at    CNS     1303 Estimating I                               HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
OSU-Okmulgee.                                           CNS     2403 Project Scheduling
                                                                                                                hIST    1483 U.S. history to 1865
    The Welding and Metal Fabrications industry         CNS     2413 Mechanical Systems
offers vast opportunities with great pay for an                                                                 hIST    1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                        CNS     2432 Construction Documents &
individual who has developed skills that are needed                                                             MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                     Shop Drawings Review
in the Construction Industry. With the nation’s
                                                        CNS     2543 Concrete Construction                      MATh 1513 College Algebra
Manufacturing industry, Pipeline industry and
Construction industry in good upward economical                                                                 MATh 1613 Trigonometry
                                                        WELDING (32 CREDIT HOURS)
cycle, the demand for skilled welders and fitters are   (offered at approved career technology centers)         PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
in extremely high demand. There are about 500,000       WELD 1103 Reading Welding Blueprints                    PhIL    1213 Ethics
welders in the United States today. According to the
                                                        WELD 1113 Oxy-Fuel Welding & PlasmaCutting
Bureau of Labor Statistics the number of manual                                                                 POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
welders, especially those with a wide variety of        WELD 1123 Introduction to Shielded Metal
                                                                                                                POLS    1113 U. S. Government
skills, will increasingly be needed for sophisticated                Arc Welding
fabrication tasks and repair work that do not lend      WELD 1203 Non-Destructive Testing                       SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
themselves to automation. Many of the job openings      WELD 1213 Introduction to Gas Tungsten                  SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
for welders will result from the need to replace
                                                                     Arc Welding                                SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
experienced workers who are retiring. Please go to
the American Welding Society web site for more          WELD 1302 Physical Characteristics &
information about careers in Welding.                                Mechanical Properties of Metals
                                                                                                                # This program is part of a cooperative alliance
  www.aws.org/education/career.html.                    WELD 2313 Introduction to Flux Cored Arc Welding
                                                                                                                agreement and welding technology courses are
    In the Welding and Metal Fabrications program       WELD 2322 Joint Fit-Up and Alignment of                 available only at select career technology centers.
students will develop skills in welding, fit-up,                     Structural Steel
fabrication and will possess the skills and knowledge   WELD 2323 Electrode Selection & Weld Quality
to work at an entry level in the field of structural    WELD 2405 Shielded Metal Arc Welding
welding.
                                                        WELD 2412 Joint Fit-up & Alignment of Pipe

For more detailed information,                          APPROVED ELECTIVES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
please contact: Construction Technologies,              CNS     2090 Special Projects
918-293-4742, cns@osu-okmulgee.edu. or                  CS      1013 Computer Literacy & Applications
OSU-Okmulgee Cooperative Alliance
                                                        MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
Coordinator 918-293-4913.
                                                        MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                        WELD 2402 Welding Design




                                                                                
                                                        enGineerinG technOLOGies

Engineering                                              will hire an increasing number of technicians/
                                                         industrial electricians to install and support the
                                                                                                                APPROVED ELECTIVES: (9 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                                ETD 2090 Special Projects
Technologies                                             advanced automation systems required to meet the
                                                         demands of today’s consumer.                           ETDE 2123 PLC Applications

Electrical/Electronics                                      The program integrates engineering technology       ETDE 2143 Process Measurement and Control
                                                                                                                ETDE 2163 Microprocessor Controllers
                                                         competency areas and employability skills. Instead
Specialization                                           of lecturing, faculty members facilitate learning      ETDE 2213 National Electric Codes
                                                         using a hands-on approach where students learn         ETDM 1153 Introduction to Manufacturing
                                                         by doing. Students work as individuals and in
Associate in Applied                                     teams in authentic laboratory environments, to
                                                                                                                MATh 2123 Technical Calculus I

Science (75 credit hours)                                solve challenging “real world” projects. Students
                                                         experience a multi-disciplinary program that allows    GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                         them to become a highly productive team member         REqUIREMENTS:
     21st century employees must work together           in industry; often bridging the gap between the        18 cREDIT HOURS
to master new technologies and continually make          engineer and the layperson that is charged with
                                                         implementing the design.                               ENGLISH (6 HOURS)
their organizations more effective and more
profitable. They must acquire and process essential         Through real world projects and the use of state    ENGL 1113 English Composition I
information, analyze and troubleshoot systems,           of the art equipment, students explore the design,     ENGL 1213 English Composition II
think creatively and critically, and communicate         implementation and diagnosis of industrial and
and work well with others across the organization.       process automation and instrumentation. Industry       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
The ability to learn and change is critical.             support of the program allows for current industry     MATh 1513 College Algebra
   Nearly all high-performance employers report a        standard equipment in the classroom, which allows
                                                         graduates to enter the work place prepared to be       PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
significant shortage of skilled workers to fill these
critical jobs in their organizations and the shortage    successful.                                            PhIL 1213 Ethics
of skilled workers will continue to grow for many           Students that complete the Electrical/Electronics   SOCIAL SCIENCE (6 CREDIT HOURS)
years. Recent studies indicate that the need for         specialty have the option of articulating into
                                                                                                                hIST 1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
highly skilled technicians will be greater than          the Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation
the number of qualified workers. This presents           Engineering Technology degree. A specific              hIST 1493 U.S. history Since 1865
very good career opportunities for graduates from        sequence of courses is required to insure seamless     POLS 1113 U.S. Government
the Electrical/Electronics specialty. Graduates          transition from the AAS to BT degree. Graduates
from this program go to work in the Oil and Gas          from other associate degrees may be required to
industry, Power Generation, Processing industries        take bridge courses prior to entering the bachelor     ADDITIONAL PROGRAM
and manufacturing/industrial electrical sectors.         degree program.                                        REqUIRMENTS:
The career opportunities in each of these areas are                                                             10 cREDIT HOURS
strong and are projected to continue seeing strong
growth and demand.                                                                                              COMMUNICATION (3 HOURS)
                                                         Students must complete all technical courses
   Graduates that enter the Oil and Gas industries       with a “C” or better and maintain an overall 2.5       SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
may work in production and/or transportation             GPA. Additional courses may be used as elec-           SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
areas, where they maintain, calibrate and install        tives as approved by the division. Admissions          MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
equipment and instrumentation related to finding         requirements for the Engineering Technologies
and getting oil and gas out of the field and to the      AAS degree may be found on page 49.                    MATh 1613 Trigonometry
refineries and processing facilities. Additionally,                                                             SCIENCE (4 CREDIT HOURS)
there are a wide range of companies providing
equipment and technology for field operations that                                                              PhYS 1114 General Physics I
demand high performance technicians. Graduates           TEcHNIcAL cOURSE
that find careers in the refining and processing         REqUIREMENTS:                                          INTERDEPARTMENTAL
of oil and gas will do similar activities such           46 cREDIT HOURS                                        REqUIREMENTS:
as calibrating, trouble shooting, and installing
instrumentation and control systems.                     ELECTRICAL / ELECTRONICS (37 HOURS)                    1 cREDIT HOUR
   The power generation sector uses graduates             ETD 2421 Safety Applications                          GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
from this program to monitor and maintain                 ETDE 1133 Introduction to Electrical/Electronics
the highly complex systems that supply the
                                                          ETDE 1243 DC Electronics& Metrology
electrical power that supports our technologically
intensive lifestyles. Graduates have employment           ETDE 1263 AC Electronic & Photonics
opportunities in all areas of power generation,           ETDE 1333 Industrial Electrical Systems
including; power plants that are powered using            ETDE 1343 Electrical Motors & Controls
coal, natural gas and nuclear energy as well as           ETDE 1363 Electronic Devices & Standards
hydro-electric plants.
                                                          ETDE 1373 Digital Systems & Microcontrollers
   More and more manufacturing companies                  ETDE 2113 Introduction to PLCs
are looking to automation to increase the quality
                                                          ETDE 2133 Instrumentation
of their products and their profitability. The
application of innovative solutions and automation        ETDE 1273 Electronic Control Devices
will enable US companies to compete in the global         ETDE 2253 hydraulics & Pneumatics
economy. As consumer demand for higher quality,           ETDG 1143 Introduction to Design/Drafting
more functionality and lower costs, companies




                                                                                 
                                                      enGineerinG technOLOGies

Engineering                                                 Students that complete the Civil specialty (either
                                                          design or surveying) have the option of articulating
                                                                                                                 GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                                 REqUIREMENTS:
Technologies-                                             into the Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering
                                                          Technology degree. A specific sequence of courses      18 cREDIT HOURS
Engineering Graphics                                      is required to insure seamless transition from the
                                                          AAS to BT degree. Graduates from other associate       ENGLISH (6 HOURS)
& Design/Drafting                                         degrees may be required to take bridge courses prior   ENGL 1113 English Composition I

Specialization                                            to entering the bachelor degree program.
                                                            The program integrates engineering technology
                                                                                                                 ENGL 1213 English Composition II

                                                          competency areas and employability skills. Instead     MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          of lecturing, faculty members facilitate learning      MATh 1513 College Algebra
Associate in Applied                                      using a contextual approach where students learn
                                                                                                                 PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Science (75 credit hours)                                 by doing. Students work as individuals and in
                                                          teams in authentic laboratory environments, to         PhIL 1213 Ethics
                                                          solve challenging “real world” projects. Students      SOCIAL SCIENCE (6 CREDIT HOURS)
  21st century employees must work together to            experience a multi-disciplinary program that allows
                                                          them to become a highly productive team member         hIST 1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
master new technologies and continually make their
organizations more effective and more profitable.         in industry; often bridging the gap between the        hIST 1493 U.S. history Since 1865 and
They must acquire and process essential information,      engineer and the layperson that is charged with        POLS 1113 U.S. Government
analyze and troubleshoot systems, think creatively        implementing the design. Students can expect to
and critically, and communicate and work well with        become more than just experts in CAD software.
others across the organization. The ability to learn
                                                                                                                 ADDITIONAL PROGRAM
and change is critical.                                                                                          REqUIRMENTS:
  Nearly all high-performance employers report a                                                                 10 cREDIT HOURS
significant shortage of skilled workers to fill these     Students must complete all technical courses with
critical jobs in their organizations and the shortage     a “C” or better and maintain an overall 2.5 GPA.       COMMUNICATION (3 HOURS)
of skilled workers will continue to grow for many         Additional courses may be used as electives as         SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
years. Recent studies indicate that the need for highly   approved by the division. Admissions require-
                                                                                                                 SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
skilled technicians will be greater than the number       ments for the Engineering Technologies AAS
of qualified workers. This presents very good career      degree may be found on page 49.                        MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
opportunities for graduates from the Engineering                                                                 MATh 1613 Trigonometry
Graphics and Design/Drafting specialty. Graduates         TEcHNIcAL cOURSEWORK:                                  SCIENCE (4 CREDIT HOURS)
from this program are prepared to enter careers in the
Architectural, Mechanical and Civil Design/Drafting       46 cREDIT HOURS                                        PhYS 1114 General Physics I
fields. The program is designed such that students
                                                          ENGINEERING GRAPHICS TECHNOLOGY
can complete the core course work for at least two
of the specializations. The career opportunities in
                                                          (28 CREDIT HOURS)                                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL
each of these areas are strong and are projected to       ETD 2421 Safety Applications                           REqUIREMENTS:
continue seeing strong growth and demand.                 ETDG 1143 Introduction to Design/Drafting
                                                                                                                 1 cREDIT HOUR
  The construction industry continues to be a strong      ETDG 1193 Applied AutoCAD
                                                                                                                 GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
part of Oklahoma’s economy. As such, industry             ETDG 1253 Technical Drawing
needs Design/Drafters that are able to provide high       ETDG 1333 Residential Design
quality drawings and documentation in an efficient
                                                          ETDG 2423 SolidWorks
manner. While graduates from this program are not
architects or engineers, they will work side by side      ETDG 2663 Civil Technology Applications
with them converting their concepts and calculations      ETDG 2683 Commercial Architecture
into documents that will be used in the field to bring    ETDM 1153 Introduction to Manufacturing
those ideas to reality.                                   GENT 2323 Statics
  Utilizing industry standard software (AutoCAD,
Pro/ENGINEER, SolidWorks, etc.) students                  DEPARTMENTAL APPROVED ELECTIVES
experience an authentic multi-disciplinary learning       (18 CREDIT HOURS)
environment that involves the manufacturing               ETDE 1133 Introduction to Electrical/Electronics
process, construction and surveying techniques.           ETDE 2253 hydraulics & Pneumatics
  The Engineering Technologies Division offers            ETDG 1313 3D Modeling and Rendering
a unique learning experience for mechanical               ETDG 2203 Introduction to GIS
design/drafting students by creating a ‘real world’
                                                          ETDG 2293 Mechanical Design
or contextual environment where students interact
and share learning with manufacturing students.           ETDG 2623 Building Structures
This combined experience allows students to work          SURV 1011 Introduction to Surveying
in teams to design, prototype, produce and verify
products/parts. The need for design/drafters that
understand how to make the design less complex and
more profitable is very strong.




                                                                                  
                                                      enGineerinG technOLOGies

Engineering                                               Students must complete all technical courses
                                                          with a “C” or better and maintain an overall
                                                                                                              GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                              REqUIREMENTS:
Technologies                                              2.5 GPA. Additional courses may be used as
                                                          electives as approved by the division. Admissions   18 cREDIT HOURS
Manufacturing                                             requirements for the Engineering Technologies
                                                          AAS degree may be found on page 49.                 ENGLISH (6 HOURS)
Technology                                                                                                    ENGL 1113 English Composition I

Specialization                                            TEcHNIcAL cOURSE                                    ENGL 1213 English Composition II

                                                          REqUIREMENTS:                                       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          46 cREDIT HOURS                                     MATh 1513 College Algebra
Associate in Applied
                                                                                                              PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Science (75 credit hours)                                 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY (37 HOURS)
                                                                                                              PhIL 1213 Ethics
                                                          ETD 2421 Safety Applications
                                                          ETDG 1143 Introduction to Design/Drafting           SOCIAL SCIENCE (6 CREDIT HOURS)
  21st century employees must work together to            ETDG 2423 SolidWorks                                hIST 1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
master new technologies and continually make their
                                                          ETDM 1153 Introduction to Manufacturing             hIST 1493 U.S. history Since 1865 and
organizations more effective and more profitable.
They must acquire and process essential information,      ETDM 1333 CNC Manufacturing Processes & Fixtures    POLS 1113 U.S. Government
analyze and troubleshoot systems, think creatively        ETDM 1343 CNC Machine Programming
and critically, and communicate and work well with        ETDM 1353 CNC Machine Operation
others across the organization. The ability to learn
                                                                                                              ADDITIONAL PROGRAM
                                                          ETDM 1413 Conventional Manufacturing Processes &
and change is critical.                                             Tooling
                                                                                                              REqUIRMENTS:
  Nearly all high-performance employers report a          ETDM 2203 Automated Mfg Techniques                  10 cREDIT HOURS
significant shortage of skilled workers to fill these     ETDM 2316 Applied Manufacturing Processes
critical jobs in their organizations and the shortage                                                         SPEECH (3 HOURS)
                                                          ETDM 2423 Quality Systems & Practices
of skilled workers will continue to grow for many                                                             SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
years. Department of Labor data indicates that the        ETDM 2463 CAM Applications
                                                                                                              SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
shortage of skilled workers will exceed 10 million
by the year 2020. Because of the changing nature of                                                           MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          APPROVED ELECTIVES (9 CREDIT HOURS)
work and jobs, manufacturing technicians will need a                                                          MATh 1613 Trigonometry
higher level of education that previously required.       ETDE 1133 Introduction to Electrical/Electronics
                                                          ETDE 2253 hydraulics & Pneumatics                   SCIENCE (4 CREDIT HOURS)
  There is a common misconception that
manufacturing jobs are not important and the US           ETDG 1193 Applied AutoCAD                           PhYS 1114 General Physics I
economy is less dependant on these jobs than              ETDG 1253 Technical Drawing
before. however, the manufacturing sector currently       ETDG 2293 Mechanical Design                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL
contributes to over 25% of the gross domestic
product. It was the largest contributor to economic
                                                          ETDM 1333 CNC Manufacturing Processes & Fixtures    REqUIREMENTS:
growth in the 1990’s. The average wages are               ETDM 2090 Special Projects
                                                                                                              1 cREDIT HOUR
18% higher than the average of all other sectors.
                                                                                                              GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
Additionally, 84% of manufacturing workers receive
direct health benefits. This sector will continue to be
a vital part of the US economy. Careers in this field
will support a family and a good quality of life.
  Graduates from the program are prepared to be
more than just machine operators and programmers.
The program teaches problem solving and process
improvement skills. These skills are highly desired
by industry. Students experience the complete
manufacturing cycle of design, prototype, production
and verification. This experience prepares graduates
for a variety of career paths in the manufacturing
sector. Additionally the program integrates the
technology competencies with employability skills.
In addition to lecturing, faculty members facilitate
learning using a contextual approach. Students work
as individuals and in teams in authentic laboratory
environments, to solve challenging “real world”
projects. Students learn in a $1.3 million state of the
art manufacturing lab. The equipment and software
in these labs are identical to what graduates may
use in their careers. This contextual approach allows
students to become highly productive team members
in industry. Graduates often bridge the gap between
the engineer and the layperson that is charged with
implementing the design.



                                                                                  
                                                        enGineerinG technOLOGies

Engineering                                                   Students must complete all technical courses
                                                            with a “C” or better and maintain an overall
                                                                                                                 GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                                 REqUIREMENTS:
Technologies                                                2.5 GPA. Additional courses may be used as
                                                            electives as approved by the division. Admissions    15 cREDIT HOURS
NanoScientific                                              requirements for the Engineering Technologies
                                                            AAS degree may be found on page 49.                  ENGLISH (6 HOURS)
Instrumentation                                                                                                  ENGL 1113 English Composition I

Specialization                                              TEcHNIcAL cOURSE                                     ENGL 1213 English Composition II

                                                            REqUIREMENTS:                                        MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)

Associate in Applied                                        39 cREDIT HOURS                                      MATh 1513 College Algebra

                                                                                                                 SOCIAL SCIENCE (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Science (75 credit hours)                                   NANO SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTATION
                                                            TECHNOLOGY (36 CREDIT HOURS)                         hIST 1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
                                                            ETD    2083 Applied Research Topics in Nanoscience   hIST 1493 U.S. history Since 1865 and
    While nanotechnology will soon become a                 ETD    2092 Special Projects in Nanotechnology       POLS 1113 U.S. Government
household word, it is still in its infancy and is rapidly   ETD    2421 Safety Application
growing into adolescence. It is a leading edge
technology that will revolutionize many sectors of
                                                            ETDE 1133 Introduction to Electrical/Electronics*    ADDITIONAL PROGRAM
manufacturing and our daily life over the long term.        ETDE 1243 DC Electronics & Metrology *               REqUIRMENTS:
    Nanotechnology at present focuses on research           ETDE 1263 AC Electronics & Photonics *               21 cREDIT HOURS
and development in the manipulation of matter at            ETDE 1363 Electronic Devices & Standards
the atomic and molecular levels. This provides an           ETNT 1013 Intro to Nanoscience/Nanotechnology *      COMMUNICATION (3 HOURS)
unprecedented ability to create building blocks for         ETNT 2103 Characterization of Nanostructures *       SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
advanced products such as new classes of devices as         ETNT 2123 Nanoscale Devices and Systems *            SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
small as molecules and machines as small as human
                                                            ETNT 2133 Nanomaterials and Nanofabrication *        MATHEMATICS (6 CREDIT HOURS)
cells. The future holds continued improvement in
electronics for information technology; higher-             ETNT 2806 Nanotechnology Internship
                                                                                                                 MATh 1613 Trigonometry
performance, lower-maintenance materials for                                                                     MATh 2123 Technical Calculus I
manufacturing, defense, transportation, space,              APPROVED ELECTIVES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and environmental applications; accelerated,                ETDE 1373 Digital Systems & Microcontrollers         SCIENCE (12 CREDIT HOURS)
biotechnical applications in medicine, health               ETDE 2133 Instrumentation                            PhYS 1114 General Physics I
care, and agriculture; and extending the limits
                                                            MATh 2133 Technical Calculus II                      PhYS 1214 General Physics II
of sustainable development. Areas of interest
include: (1) innovative nanotechnology solutions to                                                              ChEM 1314 Chemistry I
biological-chemical-radiological-explosive detection
and protection; (2) efficient manufacturing; (3) nano-
biosystems; (4) development of instrumentation and
standards; (5) nanotechnology research for energy
conversion, and agriculture and food systems; (6)
the education and training of the new generation or
workers for the future industries. The convergence
of nanotechnology with information technology,
modern biology and social sciences will reinvigorate
discoveries and innovation in almost all areas of the
economy.
    This degree option complements the current
A.A.S. in Engineering Technologies degree. The
current instrumentation and automation programs
utilize ‘full size’ sensors to detect pressure,
temperature, etc. to monitor and control process; the
Nano Scientific Instrumentation program explores
how nanoscale sensors and switches have uses
far beyond what might be expected from typical/
traditional devices. Instead of sensing pressure,
temperature, electrical current or sound, nanosensors
are much more useful for detecting things on the
atomic or molecular scale. This evolving technology
is invaluable for industrial environmental control and
other environmental quality applications.




                                                                                    
                                                   enGineerinG technOLOGies

Admissions                                            competencies in basic Microsoft Windows and
                                                      Office, or
Requirements                                                  iii. have successfully completed a
                                                      computer literacy type course that is documented
and Process for                                       on a verifiable transcript (either high School or
ENGINEERING                                           College).

TEcHNOLOGIES                                             Students that do not have the appropriate
AAS Degree                                            ACT or COMPASS scores may be provisionally
                                                      admitted to the division pending successful
                                                      completion of fundamental coursework and
   The goal of OSU-Okmulgee is to provide
                                                      must meet with a divisional advisor to determine
students the opportunity to succeed and to
                                                      an enrollment plan. Students that do not meet
ensure each is prepared academically at each
                                                      the entry level computer literacy requirements
step in their education. The Engineering
                                                      are required to take Computer Literacy and
Technologies Division programs of study are
                                                      Applications, CS 1013.
academically rigorous; however student success
can be maximized with proper advisement and             Students that meet the entrance requirements
remediation when appropriate. The faculty of          are expected to meet with an academic
the division make every effort to ensure each         advisor prior to enrolling. Due to the math and
student is equipped with the necessary pre-           science rigor associated with the Engineering
requisite academic and technical skills to enter      Technologies programs, students that are admitted
the program and to move to the next sequence of       to the division under provision 2.a are advised
courses. To best accomplish this mission, while       to meet with the academic advisors of the
OSU-Okmulgee is an open-door institution, to          Engineering Technologies Division. During this
be admitted to the Engineering Technologies           advisement session, issues such as intervening
Division to pursue an Associate in Applied            time span between the last college math/science
Science in Engineering Technologies degree,           class and previous academic program of study can
the following steps are to be completed by the        be evaluated to determine the most advantageous
student                                               plan of study for the student.

1. Complete the OSU-Okmulgee admission                For more information or to schedule a tour
process (i.e., application for admission, FAFSA,      of our campus and division contact our office
housing, etc.)                                        at 918.293.5150 or visit our website at: http://
                                                      www.osu-okmulgee.edu/academics/engineer-
2. Demonstrate appropriate academic                   ing_technologies/
preparedness level by one of the following
methods:
    a. Complete 24 College Credit hours prior to
admission to OSU-Okmulgee or successfully
remediate at another institution of higher
education (Note: Cooperative or Alliance
Agreement credit hours do not apply to the 24
hour rule), or
    b. Score 19 or better on all ACT sub-scores, or
    c. Achieve the following minimum scores
on the COMPASS exam (administered by
OSU-Okmulgee or approved off-campus site):
        • Reading Comprehension – 81
        • Writing Skills – 74
        • Pre-Algebra – 46
        • Algebra – 68 or College Algebra – 45
        • Combined Reading and
            College Algebra – 123, or Reading and
            Algebra – 149 AND not deficient in
            either category (determines science
            score), and
    d. Demonstrate an appropriate level of
computer literacy or
        i. Achieve an 80% on the OPAC
assessment available in the OSU-Okmulgee
Assessment Center. (A list of competencies
is available in the Engineering Technologies
Division office or the Assessment Center) or
        ii. have documented certifications of



                                                                            
                                                      enGineerinG technOLOGies

Engineering                                               Students must complete all technical courses
                                                          with a “C” or better and maintain an overall 2.5
                                                                                                              SURvEyING EMPHASIS
                                                                                                              REqUIREMENTS:
Technologies-                                             GPA. Additional courses may be used as elec-
                                                          tives as approved by the division. Admissions       43 cREDIT HOURS
Civil Engineering                                         requirements for the Engineering Technologies
                                                          BT degree may be found on page 52.                  SURVEYING (34 CREDIT HOURS)
Technology                                                                                                    CIVL 2403 Surveying II

                                                          DEPARTMENTAL                                        ETD    2806 Internship

                                                          REqUIREMENTS:                                       SURV 1223 Land Law I
Bachelor of Technology                                    81 cREDIT HOURS                                     SURV 2223 Land Law II
(126 credit hours)                                                                                            SURV 3113 Route Surveying
                                                          TECHNICAL CORE REQUIREMENTS:                        SURV 3213 Public Land Surveying
  The Bachelor of Technology degree in Civil              38 CREDIT HOURS                                     SURV 3223 Remote Sensing
Engineering Technology teaches students problem
                                                          CET     4103 hydraulics                             SURV 4124 Applications of GIS
solving and technical skills in an application-focused,
team-based environment using real world projects          CET     4113 Engineering Economy                    SURV 4213 Geodesy
and prepares graduates for high performance jobs          CET     4123 Construction Management
using technologically advanced civil engineering          CET     4223 hydrology
                                                                                                              ELECTIVES (9 CREDIT HOURS)
design tools. Graduates from the program will be          CIVL    2303 Surveying I
highly effective engineering technologists with                                                               Choose from CET Design Emphasis courses and/or
                                                          ETD     2421 Safety Applications
experience in both the theoretical and the application                                                        PhYS 1214 General Physics II
                                                          ETD     4016 Internship
of theory to the solution of civil engineering
problems.                                                 ETD     4413 Capstone
  Individuals interested in Civil Engineering/            ETDG 1143 Introduction to Design/Drafting           GENERAL EDUcATION
Engineering Technology can expect the career              ETDG 1253 Technical Drawing                         REqUIREMENTS:
opportunities to remain stable. Additionally, due         ETDG 2203 Introduction to GIS                       44 cREDIT HOURS
to the growing number of retiring engineers and           ETDG 2663 Civil Technology Applications
promotions, the number of position vacancies will                                                             COMMUNICATIONS (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          SURV    1011 Introduction to Surveying
be greater than the number of qualified baccalaureate                                                         ENGL 3323 Technical Writing III
degree graduates.                                                                                             SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications or
  This technology-intensive, application-
focused baccalaureate degree is offered through
                                                          DESIGN EMPHASIS                                     SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications

OSU-Okmulgee’s Engineering Technology Division,           REqUIREMENTS:                                       ENGLISH (6 HOURS)
which has a tradition for excellence in preparing         43 cREDIT HOURS                                     ENGL 1113 English Composition I
individuals for exciting and successful careers.                                                              ENGL 1213 English Composition II
Working closely with industry leaders to incorporate      DESIGN: 37 CREDIT HOURS
the latest business practices and emerging                CET    2123 Properties of Soils                     MATHEMATICS (9 CREDIT HOURS)
technologies into the program, OSU-Okmulgee’s             CET    2213 Transportation I                        MATh 1613 Trigonometry
experienced, expert instructors provide students          CET    3113 Structural Analysis                     MATh 2123 Technical Calculus I
one-on-one attention, teaching theory, hands-on
                                                          CET    3213 Steel Structures                        MATh 2133 Technical Calculus II
technical skills, and general education classes so
graduates are positioned to quickly move to the top       CET    4213 Reinforced Concrete Design
                                                                                                              HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
of their fields. Engineering Technologies utilizes an     CET    4233 Water/Waste Water Management
                                                                                                              hIST 1483 U.S. history to 1865 OR
innovative approach to education that prepares high-      EET    3104 Elements of Electricity & Electronics
performance workers for world-class businesses and                                                            hIST 1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                          GENT 2323 Statics
industries.                                                                                                   HUMANITIES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          GENT 3003 Dynamics
  The surveying option within the CET degree                                                                  humanities Elective – 3 Credit hours
                                                          GENT 3313 Applied Fluid Mechanics
teaches students advanced problem solving and
technical skills as well, but in a constantly changing    GENT 3323 Strength of Materials                     PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
environment that ranges from indoor office                GENT 3433 Thermodynamics
                                                                                                              PhIL 1213 Ethics
work to outdoor field work while using the latest
technology in surveying tools, including GPS, GIS,                                                            POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and total station instruments. The degree prepares
                                                          ELECTIVES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                              POLS 1113 U.S. Government
students to utilize this technology to in a variety of    CET 3143 Transportation II
surveying tasks which include property line location,     CET 3513 Contracts & Specifications
                                                                                                              SCIENCE (8 CREDIT HOURS)
topographic surveys, and construction applications.       CET 3543 F.E. Exam Review                           ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I
                                                          PhYS 1214 General Physics II                        PhYS 1114 General Physics I
  For more information or to schedule a                   SURV 1223 Land Law I                                SOCIAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
tour of our campus and division contact our               SURV 2223 Land Law II                               Social Science Elective – 3 hours
office at 918.293.5150 or visit our website at:
http://www.osu-okmulgee.edu/academics/
engineering_technologies/                                                                                     INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                              REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                              1 cREDIT HOUR
                                                                                                              GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone


                                                                                    0
                                                     enGineerinG technOLOGies

Engineering                                              Students must complete all technical courses
                                                         with a “C” or better and maintain an overall 2.5
                                                                                                            GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                            REqUIREMENTS:
Technologies-                                            GPA. Additional courses may be used as elec-
                                                         tives as approved by the division. Admissions      29 cREDIT HOURS
Instrumentation                                          requirements for the Engineering Technologies
                                                         BT degree may be found on page 52.                 ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
Engineering                                                                                                 ENGL 1113 English Composition I

Technology                                               TEcHNIcAL cOURSE
                                                         REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                            ENGL 1213 English Composition II

                                                                                                            MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         73 cREDIT HOURS                                    MATh 1513 College Algebra
Bachelor of Technology                                   INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING                        HUMANITIES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
(128 credit hours)                                       REQUIREMENTS: 73 CREDIT HOURS                      PhIL     1213 Ethics
                                                         CET 4123 Construction Management                   humanities Elective – 3 hours
    This degree teaches students problem solving
and technical skills in an application-focused, team-    ETD 2421 Safety Applications
                                                                                                            SOCIAL SCIENCE (6 CREDIT HOURS)
based environment using real world projects that         ETD 3412 Internship
                                                                                                            hIST     1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
prepare students for high performance jobs in the        ETD 4413 Capstone
areas of instrumentation, control systems, process                                                          hIST     1493 U.S. history Since 1865 and
                                                         ETDE 1133 Introduction to Electrical/Electronics
automation, and measurement. On the job, graduates                                                          POLS     1113 U.S. Government
                                                         ETDE 1243 DC Electronics & Metrology
will design, specify, troubleshoot and manage
                                                         ETDE 1263 AC Electronic & Photonics                SCIENCE (8 CREDIT HOURS)
instrumentation and control systems in the areas
of chemical processing, food processing, oil and         ETDE 1333 Industrial Electrical Systems            ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I
gas production, manufacturing, energy production         ETDE 1343 Electrical Motors & Controls             PhYS     1114 General Physics I
and other highly technical fields. Industry needs        ETDE 1363 Electronic Devices & Standards
professionals trained in high-tech automation            ETDE 1373 Digital Systems & Microcontrollers       ADDITIONAL PROGRAM
solutions to increase the consistency, quantity
and quality of goods produced in Oklahoma to
                                                         ETDE 2113 Introduction to PLCs                     REqUIREMENTS:
compete in global markets. The Bureau of Labor           ETDE 2253 hydraulics & Pneumatics                  25 cREDIT HOURS
Statistics predicts the job market for instrumentation   ETDE 3113 Electronic Control Devices
technologists will continue to grow by 2006. The         ETDE 3123 Instrumentation                          COMMUNICATION (6 HOURS)
Instrumentation, Sensors and Automation Society          ETDE 3133 Process Measurement & Control            ENGL 3323 Technical Writing III
notes positions in automation and control offer                                                             Speech Elective - 3 hours
                                                         ETDE 3143 PLC Applications
above-average pay and benefits because of the level
of skill and responsibility involved. Because of         ETDE 3223 Industrial Networks                      MATHEMATICS (9 CREDIT HOURS)
their broad understanding of production processes,       ETDE 3243 Network Operating Systems                MATh 1613 Trigonometry
business acumen and problem solving skills,              ETDE 4233 Liquid & Gas Flow Measurement            MATh 2123 Technical Calculus I
Bachelor of Technology graduates have excellent          ETDE 4313 Distributed Control Systems              MATh 2133 Technical Calculus II
opportunities for advancement into management            ETDG 1143 Introduction to Design/Drafting
positions as companies continue to install and                                                              SCIENCE (4 CREDIT HOURS)
upgrade high-tech production systems. To meet                                                               Science Elective – 4 hours
stringent environmental requirements, companies                                                             SOCIAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
are adding highly sophisticated instrumentation and
                                                                                                            Social Science Elective – 3 hours
control systems to extend the life of existing oil and
gas refineries, food and chemical processing plants,                                                        MANAGEMENT (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and power generation facilities.                                                                            Business/Management Elective – 3 hours
    Working closely with industry leaders to
incorporate the latest business practices and                                                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL
emerging technologies into the program,
OSU-Okmulgee’s experienced instructors provide
                                                                                                            REqUIREMENTS:
students one-on-one attention, teaching theory,                                                             1 cREDIT HOUR
hands-on technical skills, and general education                                                            GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
classes so graduates are positioned to quickly move
to the top of their fields.

  For more information or to schedule a
tour of our campus and division contact our
office at 918.293.5150 or visit our website at:
http://www.osu-okmulgee.edu/academics/
engineering_technologies/




                                                                                1
                                                       enGineerinG technOLOGies

Admission
Requirements and
Enrollment Process
for the Bachelor of
Technology degree
in ENGINEERING
TEcHNOLOGIES
 The goal of OSU-Okmulgee is to provide
students the opportunity to succeed and to ensure
each one is prepared academically at each step in
their education. While OSU-Okmulgee is an open-
door institution, to be admitted to the Engineering
Technologies Division to pursue a Bachelor
of Technology in Instrumentation Engineering
Technology, the prospective student must:

1. hold an Associate degree or higher that meets
one of the following criteria:
   a. Graduates with the AAS in Engineering
   Technologies – Electrical/Electronics specialty
   from OSU-Okmulgee have the option of
   articulating into the Bachelor of Technology or
   Instrumentation Engineering Technology degree.
   A specific sequence of courses is required to
   insure seamless transition from the AAS to BT
   degree, OR
  b. Graduates from other associate degrees may
  be required to take bridge courses prior to
  entering the bachelor degree program.
2. Complete the OSU-Okmulgee admission
process (i.e. application for general admission and
admission to the BT program, FAFSA, housing,
etc.).

 Students that meet the entrance requirements are
expected to meet with an academic advisor prior
to enrolling. Due to the math and science rigor
associated with the Engineering Technologies
programs, students that are admitted to the division
under provision 1.b are advised to meet with the
academic advisors of the Engineering Technologies
Division. During this advisement session, issues
such as intervening time span between the last
college math/science class and previous academic
program of study can be evaluated to determine the
most advantageous plan of study for the student.




                                                                  
                                                       enGineerinG technOLOGies

Watchmaking &                                           DEPARTMENTAL
                                                        REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                             ADMISSION
                                                                                                             REqUIREMENTS AND
Microtechnology                                         72 cREDIT HOURS                                      PROcESS
                                                                                                               The number of students allowed to enroll in
                                                        WATCH TECHNOLOGY (72 CREDIT HOURS)                   the program is limited. Therefore, students must
Associate in Applied                                     WMT    1116 Career Cornerstone/Introduction to      successfully complete the admission requirements
Science (95 Credit Hours)                                                   Microtechnology                  and process before being considered for enrollment
                                                         WMT    1126 Microtechnology I                       into the program. In order to make an appropriate
                                                         WMT    1216 Microtechnology II                      enrollment decision, consideration for acceptance
  OSU-Okmulgee’s program incorporates the                                                                    into the program will be based upon the results of a
                                                         WMT    1226 Advanced Microtechnology
Watchmakers of Switzerland Training and                                                                      thorough screening and interview process involving
                                                         WMT    1316 Mechanical Watch Repair I
Educational Program (WOSTEP) curriculum.                                                                     the following requirements and activities as listed.
Students who have completed OSU-Okmulgee’s               WMT    1326 Mechanical Watch Repair II
                                                                                                               1. Complete the college admissions process
Watchmaking Program are entitled to take the             WMT    2416 Swiss Lever Escapement                  through OSU-Okmulgee which includes providing:
WOSTEP certification exam. Students are                  WMT    2426 Precision Timing                        an application for admission, official high school
also encouraged to take the AWI (American                WMT    2516 Automatic Watches and Complications     and college transcripts, ACT scores, academic
Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute) certification                                                             assessment as needed, and appropriate paperwork
                                                         WMT    2526 Chronographs
exams.                                                                                                       for international students.
                                                         WMT    2616 Quartz Watch Repair
  The Watchmaking and Microtechnology                                                                          2. Demonstrate the ability to succeed in the
faculty have earned reputations for excellence           WMT    2626 External Parts & Shop Management/
                                                                                                             program by:
in this worldwide industry. The labs are housed                      Capstone
                                                                                                               a) Scoring 19 or better on all ACT sub-tests;
in a state of the art, modern facility, and the                                                              OR making the following minimum scores on
equipment is, in many cases, the same as that           GENERAL EDUcATION                                    a nationally-normed academic computerized
used in official service centers. This helps ensure     REqUIREMENTS:                                        placement test (Compass) available from the
that the experience gained in the program will          22 cREDIT HOURS                                      OSU-Okmulgee Assessment Center, in person or
transfer easily to the real world. A wide range of                                                           via the Web. Reading comprehension 81, writing
employment options are available to the individual      ENGLISH (3 CREDIT HOURS)                             skills 74, college algebra 45.
who completes the watchmaking program at
                                                         ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I                         b) Passing a mechanical aptitude assessment.
OSU-Okmulgee. Currently there is a critical
shortage of qualified watchmakers and individuals        ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I                      c) Passing a manual dexterity assessment.
working in the area of microtechnology.                 HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)                               3. Share information about your history, interests,
Knowledge of watch repair can also be translated                                                             plans and career goals by providing the following:
                                                         hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
to fields that require precise mechanical dexterity,                                                           a) A resume that describes your present skills
repair of aviation instruments, and most kinds of        hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                                                                             and abilities and your volunteer and paid work
measuring or timekeeping devices.                       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)                         experiences;
                                                         MATh 1513 College Algebra                             b) An essay of 200-300 words that tells why
For more information, please contact the                                                                     you think this program is right for you. The essay
Watchmaking & Microtechnology Program by                 MATh 1613 Trigonometry
                                                                                                             should describe your goals and interests, what you
calling 918-293-5160 or by email at watch@              PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)                          hope to get out of the program and what you have
osu-okmulgee.edu.                                                                                            done so far to prepare.
                                                         PhIL   1013 Ethics of Leadership
                                                         PhIL   1213 Ethics                                    4. Provide a letter of recommendation from
                                                                                                             someone other than a family member.
                                                        POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)                     5. Receive positive recommendations
                                                         POLS   1113 U.S. Government                         from participation in interview sessions with
                                                                                                             representatives of the employer advisory
                                                        SCIENCE (4 CREDIT HOURS)                             committee, the program faculty and the program
                                                         PhYS   1114 General Physics I                       supervisor.
                                                         PhYS   1204 General Physical Science                  Applicants will be notified by the Watchmaking
                                                        SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)                              Program Supervisor of their acceptance or denial
                                                                                                             into the program following completion and
                                                         SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications   evaluation of the admission process results.
                                                         SPCh   2313 Small Group Communications



                                                        INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                        REqUIREMENTS:
                                                        1 cREDIT HOUR
                                                         GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone




                                                                              
                                        heaLth & enVirOnMentaL technOLOGies

Nursing                                                   7. The ability to communicate in a professional
                                                          manner, establish rapport with clients and colleagues,
                                                                                                                   GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                                   REqUIREMENTS:
                                                          use problem solving skills, and function effectively
                                                          under stress.                                            33 cREDIT HOURS
Associate in Applied                                                                                               Must pass courses with a grade “C” or higher.
Science (72 credit hours)                                 A criminal history background check is required
                                                          after acceptance into the nursing program. A             BEHAVORIAL SCIENCE (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          negative drug screen is required after acceptance        PSYC 1113 Introductory Psychology
  Associate degree nursing programs are offered           into the nursing program.                                PSYC 2583 Developmental Psychology
in community college settings, and generally take                                                                  ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
two years of full-time study. General education           For more detailed information, please contact the
courses are taken at this level too, as well as nursing                                                            ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
                                                          Nursing office at 918.293.5337
courses associate degree nursing programs prepare                                                                  ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
an individual entering the nursing field to take the
                                                                                                                   HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
licensure examination for Registered Nurse (R.N.)         DEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                                   hIST 1483 U. S. history to 1865
licensure. The R.N. prepared at the associate degree
level has many employment opportunities, including
                                                          REqUIREMENTS
                                                                                                                   hIST 1493 U. S. history Since 1865
providing direct patient care in a variety of settings    39 cREDIT HOURS
and direct supervision of L.P.N.s and unlicensed                                                                   NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          Must pass courses with a grade “C” or higher.
assistants. As a registered nurse you are accountable     LPN students may receive advanced standing               NSCI 1113 Introduction to Nutrition
to think critically, collaborate with and advocate for    credit for NURS 1128 and NURS 1322 and may               POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
patients, and participate in the improvement of health
                                                          take the CLEP exam to exempt them from NURS              POLS 1113 U. S. Government
care systems.
                                                          1229.
                                                                                                                   SCIENCE (12 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          NURS 1128 Foundations of Nursing
PROGRAM ADMISSION                                         NURS 1133 LPN to RN Transition (LPN only)
                                                                                                                   BIOL 2104 human Anatomy
REqUIREMENTS:                                             NURS 1229 Nursing Care of Families
                                                                                                                   BIOL 2114 human Physiology
  Advisement: All students declaring a nursing                                                                     BIOL 2124 General Microbiology
major are assigned to the Department of Nursing for       NURS 1322 Nursing Dosage Calculation
advisement.                                               NURS 2129 Nursing Care of Adults I
                                                                                                                   RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES
  Application to the Program: Students wishing                                                                     (Not required)
                                                          NURS 2229 Nursing Care of Adults II
to be considered for the program should meet the          NURS 2222 Nursing Capstone Seminar                       ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I
admissions requirements to OSU-Okmulgee and                                                                        CS    1133 Computer Literacy & Application
have the following data in their file by the final
closing date of the application period: 1.) Nursing                                                                hUM 1013 humanities I
Application; 2.) Compass Reading and Arithmetic                                                                    hUM 1033 humanities II
Scores; 3.) All college transcripts should be on file                                                              hUM 2243 Native Peoples of North America
at the OSU-Okmulgee registrar’s office; 4.) Students
                                                                                                                   hUM 2453 Introduction to Film
applying to the OSU-Okmulgee Nursing Program
are selected on the basis of a point system.                                                                       MATh 1513 College Algebra
  It is strongly recommended that the science courses                                                              NURS 1132 Pre-Nursing Preparation
be completed before beginning the nursing program.                                                                 NURS 2002 Pharmacology in Nursing (on-line)
To be considered for admission to the program,
                                                                                                                   NURS 2303 Medical Terminology II (on-line)
students will have to maintain a minimum grade
point average of 2.0 in required general education and                                                             SPAN 1115 Elementary Spanish I
support courses. Successful completion of the nursing                                                              STAT 2013 Elementary Statistics
program requires a “C” in all courses related to the
Associate in Applied Science in Nursing Degree. A
student cannot be admitted to the program with a “D”
in any required courses.
The following minimal physical and mental
qualifications are necessary to be considered
for admission into and progression through the
OSU-Okmulgee Nursing Program but are not
limited to:
    1. The ability to lift weights of up to 35% of
     recommended body weight independently.
    2. The ability to move around the clients’ rooms
     and in work areas.
    3. Visual acuity sufficient to observe and assess
     client behavior, prepare and administer
     medications, and accurately read monitors.
    4. Auditory acuity sufficient to hear instructions,
     requests, and monitoring alarms, and to
     auscultate heart tones, breath sounds, and bowel
     sounds.
    5. The motor ability necessary to manipulate
     equipment and supplies and to utilize palpation
     and percussion in client assessment.                 Grading Scale:                 C = 75 – 84%
    6. The ability to speak, write, and comprehend        A = 92 – 100%                  D = 74 – 66%
     the English language proficiently.                   B = 84 – 91%                   F = 0 – 65%



                                                                                    
                                          heaLth & enVirOnMentaL technOLOGies

Orthotics and                                                   ORTHOTIcS OPTION:                                 INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                                  REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                28 cREDIT HOURS
Prosthetics                                                                                                       4 cREDIT HOURS
Technologies                                                    ORTHOTICS OPTION: (28 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                OPT 1214 Spinal Orthotics                         GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                OPT 2314 Prefab & Pedorthic Fundamentals          GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
Associate in Applied                                            OPT 2324 Lower Extremity Orthotics                NURS 2303 Medical Terminology III

Science (61 credit hours)                                       OPT 2414 Upper Extremity Orthotics
                                                                OPT 2812 Internship

                                                                PROSTHETICS OPTION: (28 CREDIT HOURS)             PROGRAM ADMISSION
  Orthotics and Prosthetics are applied physical
disciplines that address neuromuscular and                      OPT 1204 UpperExtremity Prosthetics               REqUIREMENTS:
structural skeletal problems in the human body with             OPT 1304 Transtibial Prosthetics                    1. Must complete an application for admission to
a treatment process that includes evaluation and                OPT 2314 Prefab & Pedorthic Techniques
                                                                                                                  OSU-Okmulgee and meet the general admission
transfer of forces using orthoses and prostheses to                                                               requirements.
                                                                OPT 2404 Trans-femoral Prosthetics
achieve optimum function, prevent further disability                                                                2. Must complete an application to the Orthotics
                                                                OPT 2812 Internship
and provide improved appearance.                                                                                  and Prosthetics Program and be approved by the
  Technical/professionals working in this discipline                                                              program director and division chair.
may perform specific procedures and related tasks in            GENERAL EDUcATION                                   a. Prospective Student Eligibility Requirements:
the management of devices to provide maximum fit,               REqUIREMENTS:                                       • high School Diploma or GED.
function, and appearance.
                                                                29 cREDIT HOURS                                     • Removal of Remedial Coursework.
  An ideal candidate for the Orthotic and Prosthetic                                                                • Lift up to 35% of body weight.
profession should possess very strong interpersonal             BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                                    • Visual acuity sufficient to observe and assess
skills, listening skills and, in particular, an aptitude
                                                                PSYC 1113 Introductory Psychology                 patients.
for math and science. O&P is a “hands on”
profession, where knowledge, commitment and                                                                         • Auditory acuity sufficient to hear instructions
                                                                ENGLISH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
dedication translate into better lives for each patient.                                                          and requests.
                                                                ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I or                    • Motor ability necessary to manipulate.
  There is a growing need for O&P professionals.
                                                                ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I                    • Speak, write and comprehend English.
While only eight institutions nationwide currently
offer O&P education, the demand for provider                    HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)                            • Communicate in a professional manner.
services is expected to increase by 25 percent for              hIST 1483 U. S. history to 1865 or                  b. Students must provide proof of the following
Orthotic care and 47 percent for prosthetic care by                                                               immunizations:
                                                                hIST 1493 U. S. history Since 1865
2020. Without an increase in the number of O&P
                                                                                                                    • A complete hepatitis B vaccination series
students, by the year 2020, only 61 percent or less             MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)                      (Series of three or waiver);
of the population using orthoses will be served.
                                                                MATh 1513 College Algebra or                        • Negative PPD or chest x-ray;
Similarly, only 66 percent or less of prosthetic
consumers’ needs will be met by 2020 – a population             MATh 2003 Business Mathematics                      • MMR vaccination(s) or positive titers(s);
expected to increase by 47 percent by that year.                PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)                         • A written verification of varicella history,
These statistics are taken from a study conducted by Caroline                                                     varicella vaccination or a varicella titer by a
                                                                PhIL 1213 Ethics
Nielsen, PhD, entitled “Issues Affecting the Future Demand                                                        physician or a physician’s assistant.
for Orthotists and Prosthetists” (May 2002).                    POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)                  c. Students must obtain a clear background check
  Graduates of the Orthotics and Prosthetics Program            POLS 1113 U. S. Government                        from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
earn an Associate in Applied Science degree and                                                                   (OSBI).
may work in three job categories: technician, fitter,           SCIENCE (8 CREDIT HOURS)
or as a pedorthist - or function in all three capacities.       BIOL 1114 General Biology
                                                                                                                    For more detailed information, please contact
  Standards for Certification for this discipline are           BIOL 2104 human Anatomy                           the Health & Environmental Technologies office
different for each of the two agencies who certify                                                                at 918-293-5330.
individuals for this discipline. Prospective students           SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
should contact either the American Board for                    SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics (ABC)                or
or the Board for Orthotist/Prosthetist Certification            SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
(BOC) for specific information on the certification
standard for this discipline.




                                                                                        
                                    heaLth & enVirOnMentaL technOLOGies

Orthotics and                                         DEPARTMENTAL
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                          INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                          REqUIREMENTS:
Prosthetics -                                         31 cREDIT HOURS                                     4 cREDIT HOURS
Pedorthics                                            ORTHOTICS AND PROSTHETICS                           GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      (31 CREDIT HOURS)                                   GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
Associate in Applied                                  OPA    2528 Pedorthic Footwear Techniques           NURS 2303 Medical Terminology III
                                                      OPA    2553 Pedorthic Clinical Applications
Science (64 credit hours)                             OPA    2564 Pedorthic Orthotic Techniques           PROGRAM ADMISSION
                                                      OPT    2812 Internship                              REqUIREMENTS:
  Pedorthics is the design, manufacture,              OPT    2314 Orthotic Prefab & Pedorthic               1. Must complete an application for admission to
modification and/or fit of shoes, orthoses and                    Fundamentals                            OSU-Okmulgee and meet the general admission
foot devices to alleviate or prevent foot problems                                                        requirements.
caused by disease, congenital defect, or injury.
  The practice of Pedorthics involves working
                                                      GENERAL EDUcATION                                     2. Must complete an application to the Orthotics
                                                                                                          and Prosthetics Assistant Program and be approved
with patients to achieve conformity with a doctor’s   REqUIREMENTS:                                       by the program director and division chair.
prescription for footwear as part of a treatment      29 cREDIT HOURS                                       a. Prospective Student Eligibility Requirements:
regimen.
                                                      BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)                  • high School Diploma or GED.
  Graduates of the Orthotics, Prosthetics, and
                                                      PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology                   • Removal of Remedial Coursework.
Pedorthic Technology Program earn an Associate
in Applied Science Degree and qualify for                                                                   • Lift up to 35% of body weight.
                                                      ENGLISH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
certification as dictated by the American Board                                                             • Visual acuity sufficient to observe and assess
                                                      ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I                    patients.
for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics,
and Pedorthics (ABC). For information on              HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)                              • Auditory acuity sufficient to hear instructions
certification, visit www.abcop.org.                                                                       and requests.
                                                      hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
  Currently there are more than 1,800 certified                                                             • Motor ability necessary to manipulate
                                                      hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
pedorthists (C. Peds) practicing in the United                                                            equipment and power tools.
States. Estimates indicate that the need for          MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)                          • Speak, write and comprehend English.
Pedorthic services far surpasses the number of        MATh 1513 College Algebra or                          • Communicate in a professional manner.
available C. Peds. Services provided by C. Peds
                                                      MATh 2003 Business Mathematics                        b. Students must provide proof of the following
are in great demand throughout the United States
and in a number of other countries.                   PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)                         immunizations:
                                                                                                            • A complete hepatitis B vaccination series
                                                      PhIL   1213 Ethics
                                                                                                          (Series of three or waiver);
For more detailed information, please contact         POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)                    • Negative PPD or chest x-ray;
the Health & Environmental Technologies               POLS   1113 U.S. Government                           • MMR vaccination(s) or positive titers(s);
office at 918-293-5330.                                                                                     • A written verification of varicella history,
                                                      SCIENCE (8 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                          varicella vaccination or a varicella titer by a
                                                      BIOL   1114 General Biology                         physician or a physician’s assistant.
                                                      BIOL   2104 human Anatomy                             c. Students must obtain a clear background check
                                                      SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)                             from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
                                                                                                          (OSBI).
                                                      SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                                   or
                                                      SPCh   2313 Small Group Communications




                                                                            
                                           cOLLeGe Of the MUscOGee natiOn

Gaming                                              DEPARTMENTAL
                                                    REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                      GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                    33 cREDIT HOURS                                   28 cREDIT HOURS
Associate in Applied
                                                    GAMING CORE (12 CREDIT HOURS)                     COLLEGE CORNERSTONE (1 CREDIT HOUR)
Science (61 credit hours)                           GAM 1103 Introduction to Native American/         MVSK 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                               Oklahoma Gaming
                                                                                                      COMPUTER LITERACY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
    Within the state of Oklahoma, Native            GAM 2203 Casino Mathematics
American tribes operate more than 80 gaming                                                           CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications OR
                                                    GAM 2213 Native American Gaming Law
centers with revenue estimated at more than                                                           GAM    2413 Casino Security
one billion dollars and provide employment          GAM 2313 Native American Gaming Regulations and
                                                             Compliance                               ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
that exceeds 4,000 people. Nationwide, Indian
gaming is a multi-billion dollar industry           CASINO OPERATIONS OPTION                          ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
generated by 354 tribal gaming operations and       (18 CREDIT HOURS)                                 ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
provides more than 400,000 jobs from entry-level
positions to high-level managers and executives.    GAM 1123 Supervision and Protection of Casino     HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
This degree program will help fulfill this ever-             Games I                                  hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865
growing need for a well-trained employee.           GAM 1133 Basic Games Operations                   hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
    Gaming occupations require workers to be        GAM 2103 Casino Operations Management
                                                                                                      MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
licensed by a regulatory agency. Some positions     GAM 2113 Electronic Games Management
are associated with oversight and direction                                                           MATh 1473 Mathamatical Structures I
                                                    GAM 2123 Supervision and Protection of Casino
– supervision, surveillance, and investigation               Games II                                 MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
– while others involve working with the games       GAM 2303 Techniques of Casino Dealing             NATIVE AMERICAN ELECTIVE
or patrons themselves, performing such activities
as tending electronic game machines, handling       GAMING MARKETING OPTION                           (3 CREDIT HOURS)
money, writing and running tickets, and dealing     (18 CREDIT HOURS)                                 MVSK 1113 Native American history
cards or running games. This academic program                                                         MVSK 1213 Native American Tribal Government
                                                    ACCT 2103 Financial Accounting
focuses on the service and management aspect
of a casino; the training of technicians is not     GAM 1133 Basic Games Operations                   POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
included as part of the program. Gaming             GAM 1313 Gaming Advertising                       POLS 1113 U.S. Government
personnel need excellent communication skills,      GAM 2133 hospitality Marketing
an outgoing personality, and the ability to                                                           SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                    GAM 2223 Player Trends and Tracking
maintain their composure even when dealing with     GAM 2233 Public Relations
                                                                                                      SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
angry or demanding patrons. Personal integrity
also is important, because workers handle large     GAMING MANAGEMENT OPTION (18 CREDIT               TRIBAL LANGUAGE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
amounts of money. Supervisors must have a           HOURS)                                            MVSK 1123 Beginning Creek Language
broad knowledge of casino rules, regulations,
                                                    ACCT 2103 Financial Accounting
procedures and games. They must have strong
leadership, organizational, and communication       MGMT 2603 human Resource Management
skills. Excellent customer service and employee     GAM 1413 Introduction to the Casino Industry
skills are also necessary.                          GAM 2103 Casino Operations Management
    This degree program is offered under            GAM 2113 Electronic Games Management
the accreditation status of OSU-Okmulgee            GAM 2303 Techniques of Casino Dealing
to students who are interested in developing
knowledge, skills, and competence to become         HOSPITALITY-CUSTOMER RELATIONS OPTION
effective employees of the tribal gaming            (18 CREDIT HOURS)
enterprise. This academic program focuses on        CUA 1214 Dining Room Operations
the service and management aspect of a casino.
                                                    CUA 1353 Food Service Management
Program graduates are in high demand at the
tribal casino operations around the service area    GAM 1233 Customer Service Strategies
and Oklahoma sites.                                 GAM 2133 hospitality Marketing
    This program is a partnership between           GAM 2233 Public Relations
OSU-Okmulgee and the College of the                 GAM 2423 Introduction to hospitality Management
Muscogee Nation.
                                                    DEPARTMENTAL APPROVED ELECTIVES
                                                    (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  For program specific information,
please contact the College of the                   CUA Elective
Muscogee Nation office at 918.758.1480 or           GAM 1243 Survey of Casino Games
tcollege@muscogeenation-nsn.gov.                    GAM 1323 Beverage Management
                                                    GAM 2143 Basic Room Operations
                                                    GAM 2323 Supervision
                                                    GAM 2413 Casino Security




                                                                           
                                            hOsPitaLitY serVices technOLOGY

Food Service                                          DEPARTMENTAL
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                    GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                    REqUIREMENTS:
Management-                                           62 cREDIT HOURS                               24 cREDIT HOURS
Culinary Arts                                         CULINARY ARTS (62 CREDIT HOURS)               BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      CUA   1135 Skill Development I                PSYC 1113 Introductory Psychology or
Associate in Applied                                  CUA   1145 Skill Development II               PSYC 2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment or

Science (90 credit hours)                             CUA
                                                      CUA
                                                            1162 Food Service Management
                                                            1214 Dining Room Operations
                                                                                                    SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology

                                                                                                    ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      CUA   1294 Breakfast Cookery
                                                                                                    ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I and
    This program provides skills and knowledge        CUA   1374 Bread & Pastry Production
for the food service industry. Graduates are                                                        ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II or
                                                      CUA   2255 Quantity Cooking
qualified for food production and supervisory                                                       SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech
                                                      CUA   2315 Buffet Cooking
employment. Culinary arts students learn through
                                                      CUA   2402 Meat Fabrication/Food Purchasing   COMMUNICATIONS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
hands on experience in the institution’s food
service facilities under the direction of a faculty   CUA   2414 Garde Manger                       ENGL 1033 Technical Writing I or
of experienced chefs. These facilities include two    CUA   2575 Ala Carte Cooking Lunch            ENGL 2033 Technical Writing II or
kitchens. The State Room Restaurant provides a        CUA   2585 Ala Carte Dinner                   SPCh 1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
specially designed kitchen laboratory and `a la
                                                      CUA   2626 Culinary Arts Capstone             GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
carte restaurant,The Tech Room. The State Room
Restaurant also serves weekday luncheons. The         CUA   2636 Culinary Internship
                                                                                                    BADM 2153 Marketing Principles or
Tech Room serves both lunch and dinner hour.                                                        MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
Students demonstrate their creative culinary skills
to several hundred diners each week.                                                                HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
    Graduates of this program are actively                                                          hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
recruited by restaurants, country clubs, hotels,                                                    hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
schools, and quick serve restaurants. Typical
opportunities for recent graduates have                                                             MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
included cooks, sous chefs and food production                                                      MATh 1513 College Algebra or
supervisors.                                                                                        MATh 2003 Business Mathematics

                                                                                                    PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  For more detailed information, please
contact the Hospitality Services Technology                                                         PhIL   1213 Ethics
office at 918-293-5030.                                                                             POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                    POLS 1113 U.S. Government


                                                                                                    INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                                                                    REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                    4 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                    GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                    GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                                                                    CS     1013 Computer Literacy & Applications




                                                                           
                                                      infOrMatiOn technOLOGies

Information                                            DEPARTMENTAL cOURSES:                                           ties. Topics include: network intrusion detection systems,
                                                                                                                       biometrics, malware, security vulnerabilities, hIPAA,
                                                       24 cREDIT HOURS
Technologies                                                                                                           digital certificates and keys, forensics tool kit and EnCase,
                                                                                                                       virtual systems, cell and PDA seizure, social engineering,
                                                       CORE COURSES (18 CREDIT HOURS)                                  encryption, cryptography and firewalls. Positions include:
                                                                                                                       Systems Assurance Auditor, Information Security Officer,
Associate in Applied                                   ITD
                                                       ITD
                                                                 1213 hardware Systems Support
                                                                 1223 Network Systems
                                                                                                                       IT Security Analyst, Network Security Architect, and
                                                                                                                       Computer Forensics Analyst.
Science (74 credit hours)                              ITD       1243 Principles of Information Security
                                                       ITD       1333 Object-Oriented
                                                                                                                       GENERAL EDUcATION
  Virtually every industry today depends on                             Programming using Java
computers. Consequently, few other vocational          ITD       1353 Web Programming & Development
                                                                                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
pursuits empower individuals to have such varied       ITD       2223 Operating Systems
                                                                                                                       24 cREDIT HOURS
careers, and to work in such a wide array of                                                                           ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
industries and environments. According to the          APPROVED ELECTIVES (6 CREDIT HOURS)
most recent edition of the Occupational Outlook                                                                        ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
handbook, over the next ten years information                                                                          ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
                                                       cONcENTRATION
technologies-related occupations are expected to
grow faster than any other professions.                cOURSEWORK:                                                     HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  The Information Technologies program works           19 cREDIT HOURS                                                 hIST     1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
closely with industry partners to incorporate the                                                                      hIST     1493 U.S. history since 1865
latest business practices, emerging technologies
                                                       NETWORK INFOSTUCTURE
                                                                                                                       MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
and professional certifications into authentic         REQUIRED COURSES (4 CREDIT HOURS)                               MATh 1513 College Algebra
learning environments. The Associate in Applied
                                                       ITD       2201 Employment Orientation
Science degree in Information Technologies                                                                             PHILOSOPHY (6 CREDIT HOURS)
is designed for individuals who want to take           ITD       2313 Script Programming
                                                                                                                       PhIL     1213 Ethics
advantage of the program’s unique, hands-on,           DEPARTMENT APPROVED ELECTIVES
project-based and customer-focused approach to                                                                         PhIL     1313 Introduction to Logic
                                                       (15 CREDIT HOURS)
preparing individuals for exciting and successful        Prepares individuals to design, implement and man-            POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
careers, and fall into one or more of the following    age network infrastructure, operations and services.            POLS     1113 U.S. Government
categories:                                            Topics include: Cisco, UNIX, Windows 2003, Vista,
  n Wish to launch a career in IT as soon as           open source technologies, the OSI model, Voice over             APPROVED ELECTIVE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
     possible.                                         IP, Active Directory security, virtual private networks         From Social Sciences, Foreign Language or Fine Arts
                                                       and wireless technologies. Positions include: Network
  n Intend to pursue the Bachelor of
                                                       Architect, Infrastructure Analyst, Network Administrator,
     Technology in Information Assurance and           Infrastructure Engineer, Network Operations Analyst.            GENERAL EDUcATION
     Forensics at OSU-Okmulgee.
                                                       SOFTWARE/WEB DEVELOPMENT                                        PROGRAM REqUIREMENTS
  n Want to build on considerable work                                                                                 (6 cREDIT HOURS)
     experience and complete a degree to further       REQUIRED COURSES (4 CREDIT HOURS)
     career.                                           ITD       2201 Employment Orientation
                                                                                                                       GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  n Complete one or more professional industry         ITD       2313 Script Programming                               BADM 1113 Introduction to Business or
     certifications.                                                                                                   MGMT 2243 Small Business Management or
                                                       DEPARTMENT APPROVED ELECTIVES
  OSU-Okmulgee’s information assurance and                                                                             MGMT 2913 Leadership & Organizational Behavior
forensics curriculum has been certified by the         (15 CREDIT HOURS)
National Security Agency’s Committee on                   Prepares individuals to design, develop, document, test,     SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
National Security Systems (CNSS). Students             implement and maintain computer, database and web
                                                                                                                       SPCh     1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                       applications. Topics include: C++, Java, Visual Basic, .NET,
satisfactorily completing the appropriate                                                                                       or
                                                       SQL, Oracle, ASP, PhP, Python, JavaScript, VBScript,
security coursework will automatically receive         hTML, DhTML, XhTML, XML, ActiveX, CGI script-                   SPCh     2313 Small Group Communications
the corresponding CNSS certification(s). The           ing, database-driven websites and client-server applica-
minimum overall GPA required for graduation is         tion development. Positions include: Product Manager,
2.50.                                                  Programmer/Analyst, Applications Developer, Software            INTERDEPARTMENTAL
                                                       Tester, Systems Analyst, Database Analyst Webmaster, and        REqUIREMENTS:
                                                       Web Administrator.
For the latest program information, please                                                                             1 cREDIT HOUR
contact the Information Technologies office at         INFORMATION SECURITY
918.293.5440 or infotech@okstate.edu.                                                                                  GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (1 CREDIT HOUR)
                                                       REQUIRED COURSES (10 CREDIT HOURS)                              GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                       ITD       2201 Employment Orientation
                                                       ITD       2203 Database Systems
                                                       ITD       2313 Script Programming
                                                       ITD       2413 Enterprise Security Management
                                                       DEPARTMENT APPROVED ELECTIVES
                                                       (9 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         Prepares individuals to assess computer and network
                                                       security weaknesses, implement appropriate measures for
                                                       those vulnerabilities, and investigate cyber criminal activi-



                                                                                     
                                                     infOrMatiOn technOLOGies

Information                                           DEPARTMENTAL                                               POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      REqUIREMENTS:                                              POLS    1113 U.S. Government
Technologies                                          24 cREDIT HOURS                                            SCIENCE (8 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                                 (one course must be a lab science course)
                                                      INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES (18 CREDIT
Associate in Science                                  HOURS)                                                     Physical Science (choose one)

(63 credit hours)                                     ITD 1213 hardware Systems Support
                                                                                                                 ChEM 1314 General Chemistry I
                                                                                                                 ChEM 1515 General Chemistry II
                                                      ITD 1223 Network Systems
                                                                                                                 GEOL 1014 Earth Science
    Well-trained individuals with high-level IT       ITD 1243 Principles of Information Security
                                                                                                                 PhYS    1114 General Physics I
skills will always be in demand, especially as        ITD 1333 Object-Oriented Programming using Java
                                                                                                                 PhYS    1204 General Physical Science
computers and the Internet play increasingly          ITD 1353 Web Programming and Development
important roles in contemporary society. In                                                                      PhYS    1214 General Physics II
                                                      ITD 2223 Operating Systems
fact, considerable expertise in and experience                                                                   Life Science (choose one)
with information technologies are becoming                                                                       BIOL    1014 General Biology (non-majors)
indispensable to most professionals.                  ELEcTIvE cOURSEWORK:                                       BIOL    1114 General Biology
    The Associate in Science in Information           6 cREDIT HOURS                                             BIOL    1404 General Botany
Technologies degree is designed primarily for                                                                    BIOL    1604 Zoology
individuals who want to take advantage of the         NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE
                                                        Topics include: Cisco, UNIX, Windows 2003, Vista,        BIOL    2104 human Anatomy
program’s unique, hands-on approach to computer
education, and fall into one or more of the           open source technologies, the OSI model, Voice over        BIOL    2114 human Physiology
following categories.                                 IP, Active Directory, security, virtual private networks   BIOL    2124 General Microbiology
                                                      and wireless technology.
  • OSU-Okmulgee or another college or                                                                           SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
university.                                           SOFTWARE/WEB DEVELOPMENT                                   SPCh    1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
  • Want to build on considerable work experience        Topics include: C++, Java, Visual Basic, .NET,          SPCh    2313 Small Group Communications
and complete a degree to further career.              SQL, Oracle, ASP, PhP, Python, JavaScript,
  • Wish to pursue an IT degree but remain            VBScript, hTML, DhTML, XhTML, XML,                         APPROVED ELECTIVE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
undecided about an area of concentration.             ActiveX, CGI scripting, database-driven websites and       From Social Sciences, Foreign Language or Fine Arts
  • Complete one or more professional industry        client-server application development.
certifications.
                                                      INFORMATION SECURITY                                       INTERDEPARTMENTAL
    OSU-Okmulgee’s information assurance
and forensics curriculum has been certified by           Topics include: network intrusion detection             REqUIREMENTS:
the National Security Agency’s Committee on           systems, biometrics, malware, security vulnerabilities,    1 cREDIT HOUR
National Security Systems (CNSS). Students            hIPAA, digital certificates and keys, forensics tool kit
satisfactorily completing the appropriate security    and EnCase, virtual systems, cell and PDA seizure,         GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (1 CREDIT HOUR)
coursework will automatically receive the             social engineering, encryption, cryptography and           GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
corresponding CNSS certification(s).                  firewalls.
    As with any Associate in Science degree,
students are encouraged to check the specific         GENERAL EDUcATION
requirements of the college or university to which    REqUIREMENTS:
they plan to transfer.
  The minimum overall GPA required for
                                                      38 cREDIT HOURS
graduation is 2.50.                                   ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
For the latest program information, please
                                                      ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
contact the Information Technologies office at
918.293.5440 or infotech@okstate.edu.                 GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      BADM 1113 Introduction to Business or
                                                      MGMT 2243 Small Business Management or
                                                      MGMT 2913 Leadership & Organizational Behavior or
                                                      STAT     2013 Elementary Statistics

                                                      HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      hIST     1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
                                                      hIST     1493 U.S. history Since 1865

                                                      MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      MATh 1513 College Algebra

                                                      PHILOSOPHY (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                      PhIL     1213 Ethics
                                                      PhIL     1313 Introduction to Logic




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                                                     infOrMatiOn technOLOGies

Information                                              DEPARTMENTAL
                                                         REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                                      GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
Assurance &                                              70 cREDIT HOURS                                              32 cREDIT HOURS
Forensics                                                1000/2000 LEvEL cOURSES:                                     ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         33 cREDIT HOURS
                                                                                                                      ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
Bachelor of Technology                                   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES CORE                                ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II

(124 credit hours)                                       (21 CREDIT HOURS)                                            HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         ITD 1213 hardware Systems Support                            hIST 1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
                                                         ITD 1223 Network Systems                                     hIST 1493 U.S. history Since 1865
  With the formation of the Department of
                                                         ITD 1333 Object-Oriented Programming using Java
homeland Security, recent cyber threats,                                                                              MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
government regulations and legislation, information      ITD 1353 Web Programming & Development
                                                                                                                      MATh 1513 College Algebra
assurance and forensics is quickly becoming one          ITD 2203 Database Systems
                                                                                                                      MATh 3103 Discrete Mathematics
of the fastest-growing workforce sectors. This           ITD 2223 Operating Systems
growth has brought about an increased demand for                                                                      STAT 2013 Elementary Statistics
                                                         ITD 2313 Script Programming
individuals well prepared to guard the safety and                                                                     PHILOSOPHY (6 CREDIT HOURS)
economic health of organizations through protection      INFORMATION ASSURANCE & FORENSICS
of sensitive, valuable data, and major information       (6 CREDIT HOURS)                                             PhIL 1213 Ethics *
technology and telecommunications investments.                                                                        PhIL 1313 Introduction to Logic *
                                                         ITD 1243 Principles of Information Security
  As organizations increasingly use networks and         ITD 2413 Enterprise Security Management                      POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
the Internet to improve their competitiveness,
                                                         APPROVED ELECTIVES: 6 CREDIT HOURS                           POLS 1113 U.S. Government
efficiency, and quality of service, and as IT
systems become more complex, organizational                                                                           SCIENCE (8 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         3000/4000 LEvEL cOURSES:
vulnerabilities will only multiply, as will the need
                                                         37 cREDIT HOURS                                              (One course must be a lab course.)
for the information-security personnel. This program
will prepare individuals to protect computers,           INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES CORE                                APPROVED ELECTIVES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
computer systems and networks from threats–such
as hackers, viruses and worms–and investigate illicit    (7 CREDIT HOURS)
cyber activities.                                        ITD 3201 Employment Orientation                              GENERAL EDUcATION
  OSU-Okmulgee’s information assurance and               ITD 4113 IT Project Management                               PROGRAM REqUIREMENTS
forensics curriculum has been certified by the           ITD 4123 Applied Research & Development                      21 cREDIT HOURS
National Security Agency’s Committee on
National Security Systems (CNSS). Students               INFORMATION ASSURANCE & FORENSICS                            COMMUNICATIONS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
satisfactorily completing the appropriate security       (15 CREDIT HOURS)                                            SPCh 1113Introduction to Speech or Communications
coursework will automatically receive the cor-           ITD 3423 Secure Electronic Commerce                          SPCh 2313 Small Group Communications
responding CNSS certification(s).                        ITD 3433 Digital Forensics
  Students wishing to undertake a Bachelor                                                                            GENERAL BUSINESS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         ITD 3443 Network Security
of Technology degree are required to meet or                                                                          BADM 1113 Introduction to Business
                                                         ITD 3523 Computer Security
exceed the following admissions standards in                                                                          MGMT 2243 Small Business Management
addition to specific program requirements.               ITD 3533 Security System Administration
                                                                                                                      MGMT 2913 Leadership & Organizational Behavior
  ACT score of 19 or higher in all subcompo-             APPROvED 3000/4000 LEvEL ELEcTIvES:
nents, or Compass scores of 81 in Reading, 74 in                                                                      MATHEMATICS (6 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                         15 cREDIT HOURS
English, 45 in College Algebra and a combined                                                                         MATh 3103 Discrete Mathematics
Reading and Algebra score of 123, or have                ITD 4800 INTERNSHIP (6-12 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                                      STAT 2013 Elementary Statistics
removed any identified deficiencies through              AND/OR APPROVED ELECTIVES (3-9 CREDIT
appropriate remediation.                                 HOURS)                                                       APPROVED ELECTIVES (9 CREDIT HOURS)
  The Bachelor of Technology programs are
                                                         PROGRAM TECHNOLOGIES
designed so that a student will earn a correspond-                                                                    INTERDEPARTMENTAL
ing associate degree during his or her pursuit of        AND TOPICS INCLUDE:
                                                        • Digital Currency/Electronic    • Viruses
                                                                                                                      REqUIREMENTS:
the BT degree. A student is required to hold an
associate degree or higher to fulfill the require-         Transactions                  • Security Vulnerabilities   1 cREDIT HOUR
                                                        • Virtual Private Network        • hIPAA
ments of the Bachelor of Technology degree.                                                                           GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
                                                        • Digital Forensics              • Social Engineering
  Individuals who wish to gain admittance to
                                                        • Network Intrusion              • Wireless                   * PhIL 1213 and PhIL 1313 are required components
the OSU-Okmulgee Bachelor of Technology in                 Detection Systems
                                                                                         • Encryption                 for the Information Assurance and Forensics degree.
Information Assurance & Forensics program are           • Digital Certificates & Keys
required to obtain clear background reviews.                                             • Digital Evidence
                                                        • Public Key Infrastructure
                                                                                         • Web hacking
  The minimum overall GPA required for graduation       • Internet/Network Scanners
                                                                                         • Database Attacks
is 2.50.                                                • Access Controls
                                                                                         • Biometric Devices
                                                        • Cryptography
                                                                                         • Tracking Email
For program-specific information,                       • Logging
                                                                                         • Passwork Cracking
please contact the Information Technologies office      • Packet Filtering
                                                                                         • Imaging Drives
at 918.293.5440 or infotech@okstate.edu.                • Firewalls
                                                                                         • Security Architecture
                                                        • Incident handling
                                                                                         • Software Security
                                                        • Risk Management
                                                                                         • Digital PINs
                                                        • Disaster Recovery
                                                                                         • Remote Connectivity
                                                        • Network Programming
                                                                                    1   • Secure Protocols
                                      VisUaL cOMMUnicatiOns technOLOGies

Graphic Design                                       DEPARTMENTAL
                                                     REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                     GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                     REqUIREMENTS:
Technology                                           65 cREDIT HOURS                                 24 cREDIT HOURS
                                                     * A minimum program grade average of 2.0 is
                                                                                                     BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Associate in Applied                                 required, with a minimum grade of ‘C’ in each
                                                     course of Departmental Requirements.            PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology or
Science (90 credit hours)                            *GRAPHIC DESIGN (45 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                     PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment or
                                                                                                     SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology
                                                     GRD     1133 Basic Drawing
  The complexity of today’s technology requires      GRD     1143 Basic Design                       ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
precise communications. The function of the          GRD     1213 Advertising Design I               ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
graphic designer is to apply creative skill and                                                      ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
                                                     GRD     1233 Design/Illustration
technical knowledge to attract and influence
the consumer through visual stimulation. These       GRD     1333 Production II                      HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
responsibilities require a thorough knowledge of     GRD     1343 Drawing/Illustration
                                                                                                     hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
both conventional and electronic applications for    GRD     1373 Survey of Western Design
                                                                                                     hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
design, layout and production. The ability to be a   GRD     2413 Advertising Design II
creative problem solver is extremely important for   GRD     2423 Production III
                                                                                                     MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
today’s graphic designer.                                                                            MATh 1513 College Algebra or
                                                     GRD     2523 Identity Design
  Visual media communicators form the nucleus                                                        MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                     GRD     2543 Graphic Design Practicum
of the broadest field of applied arts, whether
it is called graphic design, commercial art or       GRD     2623 Graphic Design                     PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
visual communications. To be a graphic designer      GRD     2696 Graphic Design Capstone            PhIL   1213 Ethics
requires knowledge and skills in drawing, design,    GRD     2803 Graphic Design Internship
typography, computer and mechanical production.                                                      POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                     *MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY                          POLS   1113 U.S. Government
  Recent graduates have attained recognition
as layout artists, designers, illustrators and art   (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                     SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
directors with leading Midwestern advertising        MMT     2423 Introduction to Web Design &
agencies, industrial graphic departments and                      Production                         SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
publishers. Graduates with experience can                                                                        or
                                                     *VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS                          SPCh   2313 Small Group Communications
establish successful and satisfying careers as
graphic designers, art directors and creative        (17 CREDIT HOURS)
directors for advertising agencies and design        VIS     1122 Production I                       INTERDEPARTMENTAL
studios or as freelance designers.                   VIS     1123 Application of Computers to        REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                  Visual Communications
                                                                                                     1 cREDIT HOUR
PROGRAM ENTRy                                        VIS     1203 Introduction to Typography
REqUIREMENTS:                                        VIS     1223 Digital Publishing                 GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (1 CREDIT HOUR)
 Meet minimum requirements for Math, English and     VIS     1343 Digital Illustration               GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
Reading as determined by OSU-Okmulgee assess-        VIS     1373 Digital Imaging
ment.

For more detailed information, please contact
the Visual Communications Division office at
918-293-5050.




                                                                            
                                         VisUaL cOMMUnicatiOns technOLOGies

Multimedia                                                DEPARTMENTAL
                                                          REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                             GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                             REqUIREMENTS:
Technology                                                61 cREDIT HOURS                                    24 cREDIT HOURS
                                                          * A minimum program grade average of 2.0 is
                                                                                                             BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Associate in Applied                                      required, with a minimum grade of ‘C’ in each
                                                          course of Departmental Requirements.               PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology or
Science (86 credit hours)                                 *GRAPHIC DESIGN TECHNOLOG
                                                                                                             PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment or
                                                                                                             SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology
                                                          (6 CREDIT HOURS)
  Multimedia Technology is an exciting field              GRD     1133 Basic Drawing                         ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
of integrated electronic communications that              GRD     1143 Basic Design                          ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
is forging new employment opportunities for                                                                  ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
those who can transform sound, graphics, text,            *MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY CORE CLASSES
animation and video into a compelling package             (37 CREDIT HOURS)                                  HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
of information for business, education and the            MMT     1213 Introduction to Multimedia/Internet   hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
entertainment industries.                                                                                    hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
                                                          MMT     1303 Multimedia Authoring I
  Multimedia specialists produce business
                                                          MMT     2403 Interface Design                      MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
presentations, training programs, point-of-sales
literature for information kiosks, product catalogs,      MMT     2413 Multimedia for the Internet           MATh 1513 College Algebra
games, electronic books and magazines and                 MMT     2513 Multimedia Authoring II
educational materials. The internet and corporate         MMT     2523 3-D Computer Modeling
                                                                                                             PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
intranets are major users of multimedia technology.       MMT     2544 Web Site Planning & Design            PhIL   1213 Ethics
  Courses in design, drawing, typography,                 MMT     2563 Introduction to Digital Non-Linear    POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
digital publishing, illustration, imaging,                             Editing
telecommunications and programming provide the                                                               POLS   1113 U.S. Government
                                                          MMT     2716 Multimedia Capstone
foundation skills and knowledge to be successful                                                             SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                          MMT     2806 Multimedia Internship
in this field of specialization.
                                                                                                             SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
                                                          *VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS                                         or
PROGRAM ENTRy                                             (18 CREDIT HOURS)                                  SPCh   2313 Small Group Communications
REqUIREMENTS:                                             VIS     1123 Application of Computers to
  Applicants must meet all the following require-                      Visual Communications
                                                                                                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL
ments, in order to be considered for acceptance into
the Multimedia Program:
                                                          VIS     1203 Introduction to Typography
                                                                                                             REqUIREMENTS:
  (1)    Submit a multimedia program
                                                          VIS     1223 Digital Publishing
                                                                                                             1 cREDIT HOUR
                                                          VIS     1343 Digital Illustration
         questionnaire.                                                                                      GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (1 CREDIT HOUR)
                                                          VIS     1373 Digital Imaging
  (2)    Submit two letters of recommendation
                                                          VIS     2533 Advanced Digital Imaging              GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone
         from professionals not related to you.
         (Teacher, multi-media professional,
         employer, counselor, etc.).
  (3)    Meet minimum requirements for
         Math, English and Reading as determined
         by OSU-Okmulgee assessment.
  (4)    Copies of transcripts from all previous
         colleges attended.
  (5)    Personal interview will not be scheduled until
         first four requirements are met.

For more detailed information, please contact
the Visual Communications Division office at
918-293-5050.




                                                                                 
                                                                                 
                                       VisUaL cOMMUnicatiOns technOLOGies

Photography                                            DEPARTMENTAL
                                                       REqUIREMENTS:
                                                                                                           GENERAL EDUcATION
                                                                                                           REqUIREMENTS:
Technology                                             63 cREDIT HOURS                                     24 cREDIT HOURS
                                                       * A minimum program grade average of 2.0 is
                                                                                                           BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (3 CREDIT HOURS)
Associate in Applied                                   required, with a minimum grade of ‘C’ in each
                                                       course of Departmental Requirements.                PSYC   1113 Introductory Psychology or
Science (88 credit hours)                              *PHOTOGRAPHY (63 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                                                                           PSYC   2313 Psychology of Personal Adjustment or
                                                                                                           SOC    1113 Introductory Sociology
                                                       PhO 1013 Applications of Computers to Photography
  Photography has quite accurately been                PhO 1113 Fundamentals of Photography                ENGLISH (6 CREDIT HOURS)
described as the universal language, needing no                                                            ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I
                                                       PhO 1123 Darkroom I
interpretation. The visual images created by skilled
                                                       PhO 1213 Darkroom II                                ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II
artisans portray our feelings, our moods, our
history and they mirror our imagination.               PhO 1223 Color Processes and Materials              HISTORY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  Photography bridges many barriers and,               PhO 1313 Studio I
                                                                                                           hIST   1483 U.S. history to 1865 or
combined with the skills of artists and printers,      PhO 1323 Advanced Black and White Photography
                                                                                                           hIST   1493 U.S. history Since 1865
provides our world with endless educational and        PhO 1353 Photojournalism
recreational materials.                                PhO 2313 Digital Photography
                                                                                                           MATHEMATICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
  The ability to continually produce high quality      PhO 2413 Studio II                                  MATh 1513 College Algebra
images requires mastering precise skills and                                                               MATh 2003 Business Mathematics
                                                       PhO 2423 Portrait Photography
following basic practices such as correct exposure,
proper camera handling techniques and the              PhO 2453 Advanced Digital Photography               PHILOSOPHY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
understanding of aperture and shutter speed            PhO 2483 Color and Digital Concepts                 PhIL   1213 Ethics
manipulations to control the impact of the finished    PhO 2513 Editorial Portraiture
image.                                                                                                     POLITICAL SCIENCE (3 CREDIT HOURS)
                                                       PhO 2523 Photographic Design
  Today’s photographer must also be skilled in the                                                         POLS   1113 U.S. Government
                                                       PhO 2696 Photography Capstone
use of new technologies that have been introduced      PhO 2703 Advertising Photography                    SPEECH (3 CREDIT HOURS)
to the photographic industry. Digital imaging,
                                                       PhO 2713 Advanced Portrait Photography              SPCh   1113 Introduction to Speech Communications
digital enhancement and filmless digital cameras
are accepted tools for accomplishing photographic      PhO 2723 Documentary Photography                           or
tasks in today’s ever-changing photographic            PhO 2803 Photography Internship                     SPCh   2313 Small Group Communications
industry.
  Graduates may explore employment in                                                                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL
advertising, commercial and portrait studios,
newspapers and magazines, photographic
                                                                                                           REqUIREMENTS:
laboratories and even self-employment in one or                                                            1 cREDIT HOUR
more of the many specialty areas.
                                                                                                           GENERAL TECHNOLOGIES (1 CREDIT HOUR)
PROGRAM ENTRy                                                                                              GTGE 1111 College Cornerstone

REqUIREMENTS:
  Applicants must meet all of the following
requirements in order to be considered for
acceptance into the Photography Program:
   (1) Submit a photography program
questionnaire.
  (2) Submit two letters of recommendation
from professionals not related to you. (Teacher,
photography professional, employer, counselor,
etc.).
  (3) Meet minimum requirements for Math,
English and Reading as determined by
OSU-Okmulgee assessment.
  (4) Copies of transcripts from all previous
colleges attended.
  (5) Personal interview will not be scheduled until
first four requirements are met.

For more detailed information, please contact
the Visual Communications Division office at
918-293-5050.




                                                                              
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS                                                                        ANSI
                                                                                           AUC
                                                                                                   Animal Science, Precision Agriculture
                                                                                                   Automotive Collision Repair
ARRANGEMENT:                                                                              AUMC     Chrysler CAP, Automotive Service
 The course descriptions are grouped in alphabetical order (example:                      AUMF     Ford ASSET, Automotive Service
Accounting (ACCT) and in numerical order within the prefix.                               AUMG     GM ASEP, Automotive Service
cOURSE NUMBERS:                                                                           AUMP     PRO-TECh, Automotive Service
  Each course consists of a three to four-letter prefix (discipline) plus a four-          BAE     Basic Agriculture Electronics, Precision Agriculture
digit number following the prefix. The first digit following the prefix designates         DhE     Diesel & heavy Equipment, heavy
the general course level: 1-freshman, 2-sophomore, 3-junior, 4-senior, and 0-                      Equipment & Vehicle Institute
designates a nontransferable course that does not apply to program requirements.
                                                                                          DhEC     CAT Dealer Prep, heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute
  The fourth digit at right designates the number of credit hours. A course
                                                                                          DhEG     Gas Processors Association,
number ending in ‘0’ designates a course with a variable credit of 1-9 credit
hours.                                                                                             heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute
                                                                                          DhEK     Komatsu ACT, heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute
PREREqUISITE(S):
                                                                                          DhEM     MhC Kenworth Truck Technology,
  Some courses have requirements that must be met prior to enrollment in
that course. These are listed as course prerequisites at the end of the course                     heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute
description. Courses listed as ‘corequisite’ are to be taken in the same semester         DhES     Southwestern Association Industrial & Farm Equipment,
as the course listed. Although not stated for every course, the division chair’s                   heavy Equipment & Vehicle Institute
permission to enroll may be obtained in lieu of the prerequisite course where             MCAG     Mechanized Agriculture, Precision Agriculture
students have satisfied the requirement by other means.
                                                                                           PLNT    Plant Science, Precision Agriculture
ScHEDULING:                                                                                 SOIL   Soil Science, Precision Agriculture
 Some courses are not offered every semester. Therefore, students are                      TTEN    Toyota T-TEN, Automotive Service
encouraged to follow the plan of study and to work closely with a Faculty
Advisor.                                                                              college of the Muscogee Nation
                                                                                           GAM     Gaming
cOURSE PREFIx KEy
                                                                                          MVSK     Mvskoke Language
Arts & Sciences Division
       ACCT      Accounting, Business                                                 construction Technologies Division
      BADM       Business Administration, Business                                         ACR     Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
        BIOL     Biology Science, General Education                                        BLD     Building Construction
      ChEM       Chemistry, General Education                                              CIVL    Civil Construction
           CS    Computer                                                                   CNS    Construction Technology
      ECON       Economics, Business                                                      ECNT     Electrical Construction Technology
       ENGL      English, General Education                                               hVAC     heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
       GBUS      General Business, General Education                                        PLB    Plumbing, Construction Technology
        GEN      General Studies, General Education                                   Engineering Technologies Division
      GEOG       Geography, General Education                                              CIVL    Surveying, Civil Engineering Technology
       GEOL      Geology                                                                    CET    Civil Engineering Technology
         hhP     health & human Performance, General Education                              EDT    Engineering Technology
        hIST     history, General Education                                                 EET    Electrical Engineering
       hUM       humanities, General Education                                            ENGT     Engineering Graphics Technology
      MATh       Mathematics, General Education                                           ETDE     Electrical & Electronics
      MGMT       Management, Business                                                     ETDG     Engineering Graphics
      MKTG       Marketing, Business                                                      ETDM     Manufacturing Technology
        NSCI     Nutrition, General Education                                              ETNT    NanoScientific Technology
          OIS    Office Information Systems Technology                                    GENT     General Engineering Technology
        ORIE     College Strategies, General Education                                      IEM    Industrial Engineering & Management
        PhIL     Ethics, General Education                                                 MCh     Machining
       PhYS      Physical Science, General Education                                        MFG    Manufacturing
       POLS      Political Science, General Education                                     SURV     Surveying, Engineering Technologies
       PSYC      Psychology, General Education                                             WTM     Watchmaking & Microtechnology
      READ       Reading Fundamentals, General Education                              General Technology
         SOC     Sociology, General Education                                             GTAC     General Technology, ACR
       SPAN      Spanish, General Education                                               GTAU     General Technology, Automotive
       SPCh      Speech Communications                                                    GTCT     General Technology, Construction
        STAT     Statistics, Business                                                     GTET     General Technology, Engineering
Automotive & HEvI Technologies Division                                                   GTGE     General Technology
         AG Agriculture, Precision Agriculture                                            GThE     General Technology, heavy Equipment
       AGEC Agriculture Economics, Precision Agriculture                                   GTIT    General Technology, Information Technology
       AGPA Agricultural Precision Applications, Precision Agriculture                Health & Environmental Technologies Division



                                                                                     
       NURS      Nursing
                                                                                     AIR cONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION
        OPA      Orthotics and Prosthetics
        OPT      Orthotics and Prosthetics Technologies
                                                                                     (AcR)
                                                                                     ACR 1111
Hospitality Services Technologies Division
        CUA      Culinary Arts                                                       EPA certification Information.
                                                                                       Instruction concerning the EPA rules and regulations to provide the student an
Information Technologies Division                                                    opportunity to take and pass the EPA Certification test is given. Current rules and
         ITD     Information Technology                                              regulations concerning ozone depletion, CAA, and Montreal Protocol are taught.
visual communications Technologies Division                                          Theory. Offered in the fall and spring semesters.
       GRD       Graphic Design                                                      ACR 1121
       MMT       Multimedia                                                          Introduction to Air conditioning and
       PhO       Photography                                                         Refrigeration Technology.
        VIS      Visual Communications                                                 This course is an orientation into the world of Air Conditioning and
                                                                                     Refrigeration technology including career opportunity exploration, licensing
AccOUNTING (AccT)                                                                    requirements, safety, tools and your college strategies. Theory. Offered in the fall
                                                                                     and spring semesters.
ACCT 2043
 cost Accounting.                                                                    ACR 1126
 Topics included in this course are cost accounting cycle, job-order and process     AcR System Application.
cost techniques, joint costs, variance analysis, material and labor costing, EOQ,      This Career Cornerstone course covers the use of hand tools and industry
and factory overhead. Theory. Prerequisite: ACCT 2203.                               specialized tools as well as copper tube flaring, swaging, cutting and brazing. It
                                                                                     includes the theory of the compression refrigeration cycle to include components
ACCT 2090 (1-9 credit hours)                                                         which make up a refrigeration system, and the operation and analysis of
 Special Projects.                                                                   basic refrigeration systems including evacuation, charging, recovery, control
 Special Projects are conducted as individual study under the supervision of         adjustments and efficiency checks. This course also emphasizes the career
an instructor. Projects may be undertaken in any area of accounting with credit      opportunities in the air conditioning and refrigeration fields and continues the
hours assigned based on level and amount of effort involved. Theory/Lab.             student’s work on the Career Passport. Theory/Lab. Offered in the fall and spring
Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.                                       semesters.

ACCT 2103                                                                            ACR 1203
 Financial Accounting.                                                               Electrical controls.
  This course involves the theory and practice of measuring and recording              This course will include a study of basic electrical properties and their behavior
financial data for an economic unit; journalizing transactions; adjusting entries    in series, parallel and combination circuits. The theories of operation of electrical
for revenue and expense items, inventories, depreciation, internal control with      components common to air conditioning and refrigeration systems such as
an emphasis on cash, current and long-term liabilities and accounting for            switches, relays, contactors, starter boxes, transformers, time delay relays, defrost
corporation stock transactions. Course emphasis will be on the preparation and       timers, motors of various types, capacitors and motor starting relays will also be
use of the income statement, balance sheet and statement of cash flows. Theory.      examined. Theory/Lab. Offered in the fall and spring semesters.

ACCT 2203                                                                            ACR 1206
 Managerial Accounting.                                                              Electrical control Applications.
  This course is a study of the theory and practice of managerial accounting           Electrical components and circuits and how they relate to air conditioning
including analysis of cost behavior with an emphasis on the accumulation of          and refrigeration systems form the basis for this course. Emphasis is on actual
product costs and budgeting for planning and performance evaluation. Other           wiring and troubleshooting of basic circuits, with techniques for troubleshooting
topics covered will include job order costing, process costing, cost-volume          ‘live’ circuits with volt meters and amp meters practiced. Students will also gain
analysis, capital budgeting, standard costs and departmentalization. Theory.         experience designing and wiring circuits using common electrical components
Prerequisite: ACCT 2103.                                                             that were studied in ACR 1203. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite/Corequisite:
                                                                                     ACR 1203. Offered in the fall and spring semesters.
ACCT 2303
 Intermediate Accounting I.                                                          ACR 1334
  Topics included in this course are the theoretical framework of accounting,        Residential Air conditioning.
review of the accounting cycle, present value analysis, current assets, inventory     Operation, servicing, and maintaining of residential air conditioning systems.
valuation and acquisition and disposal of fixed assets. Theory. Prerequisite:        Emphasis on operating system pressures, temperatures, and proper airflow.
ACCT 2203.                                                                           Electrical and mechanical problems are presented and must be properly
                                                                                     diagnosed, using proper industry trouble shooting methods. Theory/Lab.
ACCT 2333                                                                            Prerequisites: ACR 1126, ACR 1203, ACR 1206.
 Income Tax Accounting.
                                                                                     ACR 1336
 This course is a study of current provisions of the tax structure and Internal
Revenue Service Code and regulations that prepare students to perform tax            Residential Air conditioning and Heating
analysis and problem solving techniques and prepare tax returns. Theory.             Systems.
                                                                                       Individual projects examining residential air conditioning and heating systems
                                                                                     with respect to: installation, operation, and servicing of split system equipment,
                                                                                     package equipment, unitary equipment, gas heating electric heating, hydronic
                                                                                     heating, and oil heating will be discussed and/or reviewed in the lab. Topics
                                                                                     including R-22 and R-410A Systems will be discussed and analyzed. A strong
                                                                                     emphasis is put on wiring diagrams, control circuits and troubleshooting. Theory/
                                                                                     Lab. Prerequisite: ACR 1206. Offered in the summer semester.




                                                                                    
ACR 1343                                                                              ACR 2806
Electronic control Applications.                                                      AcR Internship I.
 Solid state electronic controls, bridge-circuits and direct digital controls as        This internship will be a supervised cooperative industry experience which
applied to air conditioning and refrigeration. Emphasis is devoted to wiring          allows students the opportunity to utilize and refine skills previously learned
and testing system components and control circuits. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:        in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
ACR 1203, ACR 1206. Offered in the summer semester.                                   industry standards and guidelines. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in
                                                                                      good academic standing having a minimum of a 2.0 G.P.A. and have completed:
ACR 1344                                                                              ACR 1126, ACR 1203, ACR 1206.
Unitary Refrigeration.
                                                                                      ACR 2906
 Operation, diagnosis and service of unitary systems. Emphasis is devoted to ice
makers, slush machines, ice cream units and their related controls. Theory/Lab.       AcR Internship II.
Prerequisites: ACR 1126, ACR 1203, ACR 1206. Offered in the spring semester.           This is the second internship, it will be a supervised cooperative industry
                                                                                      experience which allows students the opportunity to utilize and refine skills
ACR 2090 (1-9 credit hours)                                                           previously learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
Special Projects.                                                                     accordance with industry standards and guidelines. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:
  Individual study may be arranged under the supervision of an instructor with        Student must be in good academic standing having a minimum of a 2.0 G.P.A.
credit hours to be designated. Projects may be undertaken in any area of air          and have completed: ACR 2506, ACR 2806.
conditioning. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.

ACR 2406                                                                              AIR cONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION
commercial Refrigeration Applications.                                                TEcHNOLOGy-HvAc (HvAc)
  This course applies to the selection, calibration, servicing, installation,         HVAC 1215
application and operation of commercial refrigeration systems and display             HvAc Internship I.
cases. Also, included: adjustment of temperature, pressure, defrost controls, load
calculations, pipe sizing and bidding procedures. Diagnosis and troubleshooting         This initial internship will be a supervised cooperative industry experience
electrical and pressure operated devices are included. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:     which allows students the opportunity to utilize and refine skills previously
ACR 1126, ACR 1343. Offered in the spring semester.                                   learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
                                                                                      accordance with industry standards and guidelines. Lab. Prerequisites:
ACR 2443                                                                              Student must be in good academic standing and have completed:
Systems controls.                                                                     ACR 1126, ACR 1203 and ACR 1206.
 Topics in this course include the operation, calibration, and servicing of           HVAC 1303
equipment with direct digital control systems. Systems with both dedicated            Residential Air conditioning.
and programmable controls will be covered. Special emphasis will be placed
on checking inputs and outputs to individual control systems. Theory/Lab.              This initial course in air conditioning will cover the operation and service
Prerequisite: ACR 1343. Offered in the fall semester.                                 of air conditioning systems. Psychometrics, fans, air ducts, air conditioning
                                                                                      controls, control wiring, circuit tracing and system diagnosis will be
ACR 2506                                                                              emphasized. Theory/Lab.
Heating System Applications.                                                          HVAC 1323
 The selecting and servicing of gas and electric heating equipment will be the        Air System Design.
primary emphasis of this course. Also covered will be the efficiency of heating
units, layout, selection, operation and service of centrifugal water pumps and         Air system design is determined through load calculation and the study of
combination roof top units. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ACR 1343.                       heat loss and heat gain in a structure. The course also will include the sizing
                                                                                      of air conditioning equipment and duct systems. Theory/Lab.
ACR 2513
                                                                                      HVAC 1325
Air Systems Design.
                                                                                      HvAc Internship II.
 heat load calculations using AShRAE data from Manual J for residential
homes and duct layout and design using Manual D form the basis of this                  This second internship will be a supervised cooperative industry
course on air systems design. heat loads are calculated by use of forms and the       experience which allows students the opportunity to utilize and refine skills
computer. Theory/Lab. Offered in the fall semester.                                   previously learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed
                                                                                      in accordance with industry standards and guidelines. Lab. Prerequisites:
ACR 2603                                                                              Student must be in good academic standing and have completed:
commercial Air conditioning.                                                          ACR 1203, ACR 1206, hVAC 1215.
  This course covers the operation, service and maintenance of commercial             HVAC 2403
reciprocating, centrifugal and absorption chilled water systems. Also taught are      commercial Air conditioning.
commercial controls, starting systems and energy management. Theory/Lab.
Prerequisites: ACR 1343, ACR 2806. Offered in the fall semester.                       Examines the operation, maintenance, and service of commercial air
                                                                                      conditioning equipment. Including, centrifugal and absorption-chilled
ACR 2616                                                                              water systems, reciprocating, screw, and other type systems will also be
Air conditioning and Refrigeration capstone.                                          examined. Water towers and other related equipment including controls
                                                                                      and load calculation will be reviewed. Alternative refrigerants, lubricants,
  The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Capstone course will involve                 environmental, health and safety issues related to commercial air
team projects to examine the installation, operation and service of home              conditioning will be studied. Theory/Lab.
air conditioning units, heat pumps and control systems. It will also cover
psychometrics, fans, air ducts, control wiring, circuit tracing and system            HVAC 2423
diagnosis and laboratory experiences in servicing air conditioning and heating        Heating Systems.
equipment. The course will include compilation of the Career Passport, exit
assessments and other graduation requirements. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:              The central focus of this course will be the study of the gas combustion
ACR 2406, ACR 2906. Offered in the summer semester.                                   process used in heating systems. Operation and service of gas furnaces, hot
                                                                                      water boilers and electric furnaces are also included. Theory/Lab.



                                                                                     
HVAC 2425                                                                          AGPA 2116
HvAc Internship III.                                                               Internship.
  The third internship will be a supervised cooperative industry experience          This supervised internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and
which allows students the opportunity to utilize and refine skills previously      education in which students utilize and refine previously learned skills and gain
learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in               a working knowledge of and experience with contemporary industry culture,
accordance with industry standards and guidelines. Lab. Prerequisites:             standards and practices. Lab.
Student must be in good academic standing and have completed:
hVAC 1323, hVAC 1325.                                                              AGPA 2503
                                                                                   Applications of GIS.
HVAC 2522
                                                                                     This course is designed to introduce the student to field data collection
Systems controls.                                                                  techniques as utilized with geocoded field data recorders along with field GIS
 Operation, calibration, and servicing of equipment with direct digital            systems. This course is to include downloading field data as well as basic macro-
control systems are taught in this course. Systems with both dedicated and         computer based GIS systems to include data management and processing for
programmable controls will be covered. Special emphasis will be placed             agronomic based GIS systems to include soil sample, field boundaries, field
on checking inputs and outputs to individual control systems. Theory/Lab.          attributes, yield data, ground control points and other associated field data.
Prerequisite: ACR 1343. Offered in the summer semester.                            Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: AGPA 1493 or division chair approval.

HVAC 2525                                                                          AGPA 2523
HvAc Internship Iv.                                                                Agronomic GIS Data Processing.
  The fourth internship will be a supervised cooperative industry experience         This course is designed to teach the student advanced techniques in utilization
which allows students the opportunity to utilize and refine skills previously      of GIS to evaluate field-collected data. Statistical evaluation technology as
learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in               found in SST Toolbox is stressed in evaluation of agronomic data. Theory.
accordance with industry standards and guidelines. Lab. Prerequisites:             Prerequisites: AGPA 1493, AGPA 2503 or division chair approval.
Student must be in good academic standing and have completed
hVAC 2425.                                                                         AGPA 2533
                                                                                   Remote Sensing and Image Analysis.
HVAC 2533
                                                                                     This course is designed to introduce the student to the concepts of remote
commercial Refrigeration I.                                                        sensing in relation to applications of image analysis in agriculture applications.
  Selection, calibration, servicing, installation, application and operation of    Skills such as image geo-rectification and use of different sources of image data
commercial refrigeration systems. Adjust, trouble shoot and diagnosis of           will be gained. Software such as SST Toolbox and Erdas Imagine will be used.
electrical, pressure and temperature operated controls. Theory/Lab.                Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: AGPA 1493 or division chair approval.

HVAC 2626
HvAc capstone.
                                                                                   ANIMAL ScIENcE (ANSI)
  hVAC students will reinforce their understanding of hVAC systems                 ANSI 1124
with special problem solving projects. Team projects will develop a model          Introduction to Animal Science.
control system for an hVAC system. The students will use computer                   Species adaptability, product standards and requirements, areas and types of
automated systems to locate problems in remote systems. Topics include             production, processing and distribution of products; includes meat animals, dairy
mechanical systems, controls, process controllers and computer automation.         and poultry. Theory/Lab. Note: Available online.
The course will include completion of the Career Passport, exit assessment
instruments and other graduation requirements. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                   AUTOMOTIvE cOLLISION REPAIR
AGRIcULTURE (AG)                                                                   TEcHNOLOGy
                                                                                   (NOTE: All AUc 1100 and AUc 1200 classes are prerequi-
AG 2123                                                                            sites to all AUc 1300 classes; All AUc 1300 courses are pre-
Microcomputer Applications in Agriculture.                                         requisites to AUc 2000 classes.)
 Topics included in this course are the operation and capabilities of              AUC 1101
microcomputers in agricultural applications. Simple programming, data analysis,
graphical display, spreadsheets and word processing are included. Theory.          collision career cornerstone.
                                                                                     Through a theory/application approach, this Career Cornerstone experience
                                                                                   emphasizes the variety of career opportunities available in the collision repair
AGRIcULTURAL EcONOMIcS (AGEc)                                                      industry with a focus on career networking by communicating with industry
AGEC 1114                                                                          professionals. Materials and activities designed to aid students in completing
                                                                                   their Career Passport will be included in this course. Students will also be
Introduction to Agricultural Economics.                                            exposed to various styles of vehicle construction, common equipment used in the
 The economic theory of production, marketing and consumption of agricultural      industry and sound safety practices. Theory/Lab.
products is taught in this course. The role and structure of agriculture in the
American economy; policies to achieve efficiency; and welfare goals in             AUC 1102
agriculture are included in this course. Theory.                                   chassis Analysis.
                                                                                     Theory/application of the proper procedures used for measuring and analyzing
AGRIcULTURAL PREcISION                                                             unibody and frame structural damage is taught in this course. Emphasis is on
APPLIcATIONS (AGPA)                                                                the use of the manufacturer’s recommendations for correct anchoring techniques
                                                                                   utilizing several types of anchoring attachments and a variety of pulling
AGPA 1493                                                                          equipment as well as the professional use of dimension books and computer
Principles of GPS/GIS Applications.                                                measuring systems. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
 This course is designed to introduce the student to the concepts, tools and
software such as ArkGIS, SST Toolbox and similar software related to GPS/GIS
applications in production agriculture. Theory. Prerequisite: AG 2123.



                                                                                  
AUC 1111                                                                              AUC 1312
vehicle Design & Energy Management.                                                   Body Damage Analysis & Repair.
  Theory/application of vehicle design and construction is taught in this course.       Theory/application of the complete approach to analyzing body damage and
Emphasis is on unitized, full frame and space frame construction. The physics of      determining the proper repair procedure is taught in this course. Emphasis is
structural deformation will be featured including lateral and vertical deflection     on developing a plan for the most efficient and productive methods of body
as it pertains to the three-section principle, emphasized by the collision repair     damage repair as it applies to each individual vehicle. Manufacturer and industry
industry. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                                             recommendations will be followed. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.

AUC 1112                                                                              AUC 1322
Panel Straightening & Filler Application.                                             Refinishing Principles & Techniques.
 Theory/application of the use of common collision repair materials and                 Theory/application of industry recommended refinishing principles
processes related to panel straightening and filler application is taught.            and techniques is taught in this course. Emphasis is on identifying finish
Emphasis is on metal, plastic and fiberglass repairs following correct procedures     requirements as well as proper masking, priming, sealing, painting and detailing
established by the collision repair industry. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.         techniques using specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.

AUC 1121                                                                              AUC 1332
collision Estimating.                                                                 collision Repair Shop Management.
  Theory/application of vehicle damage appraisals used in the collision industry.       Theory/discussion of information required to effectively manage a collision
Collision estimating will involve the student technician in the areas of customer     repair shop is taught in this course. Emphasis is on shop safety, OShA
relations, listing replacement parts, and determining the cost of repairs for         requirements, Right to Know standards, local, state and federal regulations,
damaged components. Collision repair manuals and computerized estimating              personnel selection and training, establishing job descriptions, customer relations,
systems will be used according to industry standards. Theory/Lab.                     sales and advertising techniques, estimating, organization and procurement of
                                                                                      shop supplies, organization of shop work, shop design and shop layout and
AUC 1212                                                                              financial management procedures. Theory.
Refinishing Equipment & Processes.
                                                                                      AUC 2104
  Theory/application of the proper use of collision repair refinishing equipment
and processes is taught in this course. Emphasis is on specific applications, and     collision Repair Skills.
the equipment and processes they require. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.               This course will be a cooperative agreement between industry and education
                                                                                      which allows the students to earn credit for the technology center Collision
AUC 1222                                                                              Repair program to count toward the Automotive Collision Repair Technology
color Analysis.                                                                       AAS degree program. All work is to be performed in accordance with the
  Theory/application of collision repair refinishing problem-solving techniques       industry standards and will be supervised by technology center faculty. Theory/
is taught in this course. Emphasis is on solving refinishing problems as they         Lab.
affect the quality of the repair and shop production. Manufacturer and industry
                                                                                      AUC 2403
recommendations will be followed. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                      Production Refinishing Procedures.
AUC 1232                                                                                Theory/application of production refinishing procedures used in collision repair
Gas Metal Arc Welding.                                                                facilities following the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations to assure high
  Theory/application of automotive welding techniques used in the collision           customer satisfaction is taught in this course. Emphasis is on high production
repair industry is taught in this course. Emphasis is on proper welding operations    activities as they relate to the correct refinish application required by each
using MIG and resistance spot welding according to industry recommendations.          vehicle. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                      AUC 2411
AUC 1252                                                                              Refinishing capstone.
Panel Replacement & Alignment.                                                          Theory/application of refinishing repair and problem-solving techniques is
  Theory/application of procedures used to replace and align body panels is           taught in this course. Emphasis is on the student technician’s performance in
taught in this course. Emphasis is on the correct processes used in the removal       the areas of color matching, applications of primers, sealers, topcoats, surface
and replacement of bolt-on body panels following industry recommendations.            preparation of bare metal and painted surfaces. Student technicians will be
The proper alignment of panels as well as moveable glass, hardware and locking        provided the opportunity to update their skills in refinishing by attending update
mechanisms is included. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                               seminars and new information updates by manufactures, when available. The
                                                                                      Capstone course represents a culmination of the program of study. Safety is
AUC 1262                                                                              stressed. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: AUC 2403.
Advanced Metal Repair.                                                                AUC 2416
  Theory/applications of procedures used to repair body lines, reverse curves,
and combinations crown panels is taught in this course. Emphasis will be given        Refinishing Internship.
to the complex shaping and leveling of various filler materials according to            This internship course is a cooperative agreement between industry and
industry standards. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                                   education that allows student technicians to utilize and refine refinishing skills
                                                                                      previously learned in their educational processes. All work is to be performed in
AUC 1302                                                                              accordance with industry standards and guidelines, and is supervised by industry
Structural component Repair.                                                          and college representatives. Safety is stressed. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must
  Theory/application of proper procedures used in measuring and analyzing             be in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous
unibody and frame damage is taught in this course. Emphasis is on the initial         required core courses.
repair and correction procedures which affect wheel alignment as well as overall      AUC 2513
structural alignment using specialized shop tools, stationary systems and above-
floor systems, according to manufacturer’s and industry recommendations.              Non-Structural Panel Replacement & Repair.
Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                                                         Theory/application of the repair and replacement of weld-on outer body
                                                                                      panels is taught in this course. Emphasis is on using proper removal, sectioning,
                                                                                      welding and bonding procedures according to manufacturer’s and industry
                                                                                      recommendations. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.


                                                                                     
AUC 2521
                                                                                        AUTOMOTIvE SERvIcE TEcHNOLOGy-
Non-Structural capstone.
  Theory/application of non-structural collision repair problem-solving
                                                                                        chrysler cAP (AUMc)
techniques is taught in this course. Emphasis is on the student technician’s            AUMC 1361
performance of removal and replacement of outer body panels, panel sectioning,          Technology Fundamentals.
welding, and correct filler repair techniques following manufacturer’s and               A theoretical discussion and demonstration of vehicle components, systems
industry recommendations. Student technicians will be provided the opportunity          operation, hand and power tool usage and precision measuring, service manual
to update their skills in non-structural repair by attending update seminars and        usage, specialized equipment applications and shop safety are taught in this
new information updates by manufacturers, when available. The Capstone                  course. Theory/Lab.
course represents a culmination of the program of study. Safety is stressed.
Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: AUC 2513.                                                     AUMC 1411
AUC 2532                                                                                Engine Operation.
                                                                                          A theoretical demonstration and application of the principles of engine
Non-Structural Internship.
                                                                                        operation, including the identification of engine parts and component functions
  This internship course is a cooperative agreement between industry and                of the cooling, lubrication, fuel, ignition, emission, mechanical, electrical and
education that allows student technician to utilize and refine non-structural repair    electronic systems are taught in this course. Emphasis is given to diagnosis,
skills previously learned in their educational processes. All work is performed in      failure analysis and service according to manufacturer’s specifications. Theory/
accordance with industry standards and guidelines, and is supervised by industry        Lab.
and college representatives. Safety is stressed. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must
be in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous               AUMC 1421
required core courses.                                                                  career cornerstone: Introduction to chrysler
AUC 2536                                                                                Operations.
Non-Structural Internship.                                                                This course emphasizes a theoretical discussion of the evolution of the Chrysler
                                                                                        Corporation which involves an examination of the relationship between Chrysler
  This internship course is a cooperative agreement between industry and
                                                                                        and its dealers and includes an examination of the dealership’s service and parts
education that allows student technician to utilize and refine non-structural repair
                                                                                        departments, including expectations of department personnel. The emphasis
skills previously learned in their educational processes. All work is performed in
                                                                                        will be on career networking focusing on the variety of career opportunities
accordance with industry standards and guidelines, and is supervised by industry
                                                                                        within the automotive service industry. Included in this course are materials and
and college representatives. Safety is stressed. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must
                                                                                        activities designed to aid the student in the completion of his/her Career Passport,
be in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous
                                                                                        including exposure to experts in the automotive service industry. This course also
required core courses.
                                                                                        covers the introduction to and proper use of Chrysler service manuals, warranty
AUC 2623                                                                                repairs and customer pay tickets. Master Tech Training and Right-to-Know are
                                                                                        also discussed. Theory.
Advanced collision Repair Procedures.
  Theory/application of analysis and repair procedures involving the use of             AUMC 1422
new or updated collision repair technologies is taught in this course. Emphasis         Engine Repair.
is on utilizing the latest systems for diagnosing and repairing minor and major
                                                                                          A theoretical demonstration and application of engine repair procedures
collision damage, and structural panel replacement and alignment. Safety is
                                                                                        according to manufacturer’s specifications, including disassembly, cleaning,
stressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                        inspection, measurement, service and reassemble and R&R is taught in
AUC 2631                                                                                this course. Emphasis is given to system diagnosis and failure analysis and
                                                                                        includes the proper use of hand tools, precision measurement devices and other
Structural capstone.
                                                                                        specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
  Theory/application of structural collision repair problem-solving techniques
is taught in this course. Emphasis is on the student technician’s performance           AUMC 1431
of correct measuring and gauging procedures, completing a detail repair plan,           Electrical Principles I.
implementing the steps in anchoring, structural welding, and correcting structural
                                                                                          A theoretical demonstration and application of the operation and service of
damage as it relates to vehicle manufacturers recommendations and industry
                                                                                        electrical systems leading to the introduction of electronic systems will be the
standards. Student technicians will be provided the opportunity to update their
                                                                                        focus of this course, including OhM’s Law, circuit construction and component
skill information in non-structural repair by attending update seminars and new
                                                                                        testing. Emphasis is given to proper equipment usage and safety. Theory/Lab.
information updates by manufacturers, when available. The Capstone course
represents a culmination of the program of study. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.       AUMC 1512
Prerequisite: AUC 2623.
                                                                                        chrysler Electrical Accessories.
AUC 2646                                                                                  A theoretical demonstration and application of electrical and electronic
Structural Internship.                                                                  principles on Chrysler chassis and body accessories will be taught in this course
                                                                                        including power assisted systems, windshield wipers, cruise control, lighting,
  This internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education that
                                                                                        warning devices, security controls, height controls, air bags, instruments and
allows student technicians to utilize and refine structural repair skills previously
                                                                                        related components. Emphasis is given to system diagnosis and service as well
learned in their educational processes. All work is to be performed in accordance
                                                                                        as equipment usage according to manufacturer’s specifications. Theory/Lab.
with industry standards and guidelines, and is supervised by industry and college
representatives. Safety is stressed. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good        AUMC 1515
academic standing and have successfully completed all previous required core
courses.
                                                                                        Internship.
                                                                                          This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
                                                                                        education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned
                                                                                        in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
                                                                                        industry standards and guidelines and is supervised by industry and school
                                                                                        representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
                                                                                        and have successfully completed all previous required core courses.




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AUMC 1522                                                                              AUMC 1642
chrysler Electrical Systems.                                                           chrysler Body Electrical Systems II.
  A theoretical demonstration and application of electrical and electronic               A theoretical demonstration and application of electrical and electronic
principles regarding Chrysler battery, starting, charging and ignition systems         principles on Chrysler chassis and body accessories will be taught in this course.
is taught with emphasis given to system diagnosis, failure analysis and service        Including power assisted systems, windshield wipers, cruise control, lighting,
according to manufacturer’s specifications. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.            warning devices, security controls, air bags, instruments and related components.
                                                                                       Emphasis is given to system diagnosis and service as well as equipment
AUMC 1531                                                                              usage according to manufacturer’s specifications. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:
Electrical Principles II.                                                              AUMC 1431, AUMC 1531.
  This course includes a theoretical demonstration and application of advanced
                                                                                       AUMC 2115
electronic systems. The understanding of sensors and controllers that control
electronic systems is the focus of the course, including diagnosis of electrical       Internship.
systems using the Diagnostic Readout Box, circuit construction and component             This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
testing. Emphasis is given to proper equipment usage and safety. Theory/Lab.           education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned
Prerequisite: AUMC 1431.                                                               in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
                                                                                       industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school
AUMC 1541                                                                              representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
chrysler Body Electrical Systems I.                                                    and have successfully completed all previous core courses.
  This course includes a theoretical demonstration and application of the
                                                                                       AUMC 2121
operation, diagnosis and service of computer controlled electronic vehicle
communications. The understanding, diagnosis, and repair of CCD, PCI, ISO-             Automatic Transmission Fundamentals.
K, SWS, and CAN Bus systems is the focus of this course, including the use of           A theoretical demonstration and application of component and system
special electronic diagnostic equipment. Emphasis is given to proper usage and         operation, function, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this
safety. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: AUMC 1431, AUMC 1531.                               course including principles of hydraulics and friction. Also included are testing,
                                                                                       minor service and rebuild with emphasis given to preventative maintenance,
AUMC 1611                                                                              system diagnosis and failure analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
Brake Systems Fundamentals.
                                                                                       AUMC 2122
 A theoretical demonstration and application of component and system
operation, function, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this          chrysler Automatic Transmissions.
course including principles of hydraulics and friction. Emphasis is given to             A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler automatic
preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis. Safety is stressed.     transmission/transaxle operation, diagnosis and service is presented in this course
Theory/Lab.                                                                            and also includes all electrical and electronic principles needed for diagnosis
                                                                                       of electronically shifted transmissions/transaxles. Emphasis is given to system
AUMC 1612                                                                              diagnosis and failure analysis and involves the use of specialized tools and
chrysler Brake Systems Service.                                                        equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
  A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler brake system
                                                                                       AUMC 2131
operation, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course including all
electrical and electronic principles needed for diagnosis and service of anti-lock     Manual Transmission Fundamentals.
systems. Emphasis is given to system diagnosis and failure analysis and involves         A theoretical demonstration and application of component and system
the use of specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.            operation, function, adjustment, diagnosis and service is presented and includes
                                                                                       related driveline components. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance,
AUMC 1615                                                                              system diagnosis and failure analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
Internship.
                                                                                       AUMC 2132
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned        chrysler Manual Transmissions.
in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with             A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler manual transmission/
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school        transaxle operation, diagnosis and service is contained within this course and
representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing         includes related driveline components and systems. Emphasis is given to
and have successfully completed previous required core courses.                        preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis and involves the
                                                                                       use of specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMC 1621
Steering and Suspension Systems Fundamentals.                                          AUMC 2211
  A theoretical demonstration and application of component and system function,        chrysler Emission Systems Service.
operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course and           A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler emission systems
includes principles of suspension geometry and alignment angles as well as the         operation, diagnosis and service is taught in this course with emphasis given
electrical and electronic principles needed for diagnosis and service of these         to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis. This course
systems. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and             also involves the use of specialized tools and equipment and safety is stressed.
failure analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                                      Theory/Lab.

AUMC 1622                                                                              AUMC 2215
chrysler Steering and Suspension Systems                                               Internship.
Service.                                                                                 This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
  A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler steering and                 education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned
suspension system operation, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course       in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
including electronic steering and suspension, CV joints, wheels and axles as           industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school
related to noise, vibration and harshness. Also involved are the use of specialized    representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
tools and equipment. Proper vehicle lifting and supporting procedures and safety       and have successfully completed previous required core courses.
are stressed. Theory/Lab.



                                                                                      1
AUMC 2221                                                                               labor guide usage, VIN codes, service manual usage, introduction to scan tool
climate control Fundamentals.                                                           devices, predelivery inspection, precision measurement usage and safety. Its
                                                                                        emphasis will be on career networking focusing on the variety of related career
 A theoretical demonstration and application of component and system
                                                                                        opportunities within the automotive service industry. Theory/Lab.
operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service is taught in this course and includes
common hVAC principles. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance,                    AUMF 1033
system diagnosis and failure analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                        Ford Basic Electrical.
AUMC 2231                                                                                 The theory and application of electrical principles and concepts will be
chrysler Fuel Systems Service.                                                          the focus for this course. Subjects covered will include proper use of digital
                                                                                        multimeters, OhM’s Law, series circuits, parallel circuits and series parallel
 A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler fuel systems operation,
                                                                                        circuits. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures through on-bench and
diagnosis and service is taught in this course, with emphasis given to preventive
                                                                                        practical exercises using automotive applications. Theory/Lab.
maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis. The course involves the use
of specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                     AUMF 1103
AUMC 2232                                                                               Internship.
chrysler climate control.                                                                 This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
                                                                                        education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned
 A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler climate control systems
                                                                                        in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
operation, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course and includes
                                                                                        industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school
automatic temperature controls. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance,
                                                                                        representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
system diagnosis and failure analysis and involves the use of specialized tools
                                                                                        and have successfully completed required AUMF core courses. Lab.
and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                        AUMF 1111
AUMC 2315
                                                                                        Ford computer Based Training.
Internship.
                                                                                          This course is designed to be a self paced, self study opportunity for the student
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
                                                                                        to complete Ford Multimedia Training (FMT) units as required by Ford Motor
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned
                                                                                        Company for Ford Service Department Certification. The FMT units completed
in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
                                                                                        by the student in this course will match the Ford coursework being taught in the
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school
                                                                                        same semester. Lab.
representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
and have successfully completed previous core courses.                                  AUMF 1113
AUMC 2321                                                                               Ford Engine Repair.
chrysler Engine Performance.                                                              Theory, demonstration and Lab work covering the operation and principles of
                                                                                        two and four stroke engines and engine systems will be taught in this course,
  A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler engine performance
                                                                                        including the identification of engine parts, diagnosis and service of the cooling,
systems operation, diagnosis and service will be the focus of this course, with
                                                                                        fuel (gas and diesel), lubrication, ignition, diesel fuel injection and valve-train
emphasis given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis.
                                                                                        systems, with special emphasis on cylinder head service. The operation and
The course involves the use of specialized tools and equipment. Safety is
                                                                                        service of turbo-chargers and super-chargers will also be covered as they pertain
stressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                        to Ford vehicles. Included in this course is the diagnosis of common engine
AUMC 2341                                                                               noises. Theory/Lab.
Diesel Fuel Injection Systems Service.                                                  AUMF 1203
 A theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler diesel fuel injection          Internship.
systems operation, diagnosis and service will be included in this course, as well
                                                                                          This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
as, the use of special tools, equipment and service information. Safety is stressed.
                                                                                        education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned
Theory/Lab.
                                                                                        in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
AUMC 2346                                                                               industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school
                                                                                        representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
capstone.                                                                               and have completed required AUMF core courses. Lab.
  The Capstone course is designed to allow students to utilize and refine skills
previously learned in the educational process. Included in this course is a             AUMF 1211
theoretical demonstration and application of Chrysler diagnosis and service             Ford computer Based Training.
procedures on systems affecting drivability, including ignition system diagnosis
                                                                                          This course is designed to be a self paced, self study opportunity for the student
and service and Chrysler’s second generation on-board diagnostics (OBDI) with
                                                                                        to complete Ford Multimedia Training (FMT) units as required by Ford Motor
special emphasis given to understanding and following guidelines set by the
                                                                                        Company for Ford Service Department Certification. The FMT units completed
Federal Clean Air Act and C.A.R.B. Regulations. Students will complete the
                                                                                        by the student in this course will match the Ford coursework being taught in the
Career Passport and exit assessment instruments. This course also involves the
                                                                                        same semester. Lab.
use of special service tools and information. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                        AUMF 1233
AUTOMOTIvE SERvIcE TEcHNOLOGy-                                                          Ford Base and Electrical Suspension and Steering.
FORD (AUMF)                                                                               The theory and application of component and system, function, operation,
                                                                                        adjustment, diagnosis and repair of suspension and steering systems used on
AUMF 1011                                                                               current Ford cars and light trucks will be taught in this course and includes
career cornerstone: Introduction to Automotive                                          principles of suspension, geometry, alignment angles, electronic suspension and
Service.                                                                                steering, CV joints, and wheel and axle bearings. Emphasis is on preventive
 This course will be an overview of the automotive field with detailed                  maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis and also includes electrical
specifics focused on Ford Motor Company and includes historical information,
understanding how the dealership functions, efficiency, productivity, time and



                                                                                       
and electronic principles needed for diagnosis and repair of these systems. It            to complete Ford Multimedia Training (FMT) units as required by Ford Motor
involves operation of wheel balancers and alignment machines as well as other             Company for Ford Service Department Certification. The FMT units completed
special shop tools, equipment and Ford diagnostic testers. Proper automobile              by the student in this course will match the Ford coursework being taught in the
lifting and support procedures and shop safety are stressed. Theory/Lab.                  same semester. Lab.

AUMF 1243                                                                                 AUMF 2453
Ford Electronic System Diagnosis.                                                         Ford Engine Performance Diagnosis & Testing.
 The theory and application of semiconductor devices, batteries, starting                  The theory and application of Ford electronic and computer control will
systems and service manual usage will be taught in this course. Subjects covered          be taught in this course. Included is the study of multiplexing with further
will include diode, transistors, micro-processor and basic automotive systems.            diagnosis and testing using NGS and SBDS in relationship to improved engine
Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures through on-bench and practical                performance. Theory/Lab.
exercises using automotive applications. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                          AUMF 2473
AUMF 1303                                                                                 Ford Brake Systems & Advanced Brake Diagnosis.
Internship.                                                                                A theoretical demonstration and application of Ford brake system operation,
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and                    diagnosis and service will be taught in this course including principles of
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned           hydraulics. Service and repair of Ford ABS including electrical and electronic
in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with              principles needed for diagnosis and repair of anti-lock brake and traction control
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school           systems will also be taught. General shop safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
and have completed required AUMF core courses. Lab.                                       AUMF 2511
                                                                                          Ford computer Based Training.
AUMF 1311
                                                                                            This course is designed to be a self paced, self study opportunity for the student
Ford computer Based Training.                                                             to complete Ford Multimedia Training (FMT) units as required by Ford Motor
  This course is designed to be a self paced, self study opportunity for the student      Company for Ford Service Department Certification. The FMT units completed
to complete Ford Multimedia Training (FMT) units as required by Ford Motor                by the student in this course will match the Ford coursework being taught in the
Company for Ford Service Department Certification. The FMT units completed                same semester. Lab.
by the student in this course will match the Ford coursework being taught in the
same semester. Lab.                                                                       AUMF 2533
                                                                                          Ford Diesel Engine Performance Diagnosis.
AUMF 1353
                                                                                           A theoretical demonstration and application of Ford diesel engine terminology,
Ford Engine Performance Theory & Operation.                                               operating principles and maintenance. Ford direct injection fuel system
  The theory and application of Ford electronic and computer control of engine,           diagnostics, repair, and maintenance procedures will be taught. Students will
body and chassis systems will be taught in this course. Detailed examinations             use performance flow charts and specific diagnostic procedures to evaluate
of various sensing and controlling devices used in Ford electronic systems are            engine condition and performance. Use of electronic service publications will be
included, particularly as they relate to overall engine performance. Theory/Lab.          emphasized. General shop safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.

AUMF 1363                                                                                 AUMF 2573
Ford Manual Trans/Transaxle & Driveline Repair.                                           Ford Transfer case/4WD Diagnosis & System
  A theoretical demonstration and application of Ford manual transmissions/               Repair.
transaxles and other drive train components will be taught in this course. Also             The theory and application of Ford drivetrain components will be taught in
included are component and system operation as well as overhaul and service               this course. This will include system operation and overhaul/service procedures
procedures on clutches, manual transmissions/transaxles, differentials and NVh            on transfer cases and 4WD front hubs. Also included are testing of electronic
diagnosis and repair. Electronic testing of electrical/electronic shifting controls is    shifting controls and NVh diagnosis and repair. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
included. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                          AUMF 2611
AUMF 2103
                                                                                          Ford computer Based Training.
Internship.                                                                                 This course is designed to be a self paced, self study opportunity for the student
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and                    to complete Ford Multimedia Training (FMT) units as required by Ford Motor
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned           Company for Ford Service Department Certification. The FMT units completed
in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with              by the student in this course will match the Ford coursework being taught in the
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school           same semester. Lab.
representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
and have completed required AUMF core courses.                                            AUMF 2613

AUMF 2203
                                                                                          Ford Automatic Transmission Repair & Electrical.
                                                                                            The theory and application of Ford automatic transmissions and transaxles
Internship.                                                                               will be taught in this course which includes the principles of planetary gearsets
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and                    and ALT power flow hydraulics. The diagnosis, testing and total overhaul of
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned           all current Ford car and light truck automatic transmissions and transaxles are
in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with              covered, including the service of electrical/electronic ‘E’ class transmissions and
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school           transaxles. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic standing
and have completed required AUMF core courses.                                            AUMF 2683

AUMF 2411
                                                                                          Ford capstone.
                                                                                           The Capstone course is designed to allow students to utilize and refine skills
Ford computer Based Training.                                                             previously learned in their educational process. Students will complete the
 This course is designed to be a self paced, self study opportunity for the student       Career Passport and exit assessment instruments. Theory/Lab.




                                                                                         
AUMF 2693                                                                           circuits. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures through on-bench and
Ford climate control.                                                               practical exercises using automotive application. Theory/Lab.
  The theory and application of heating/air conditioning systems found on           AUMG 1172
Ford automobiles and light trucks will be taught in this course. Principles
                                                                                    GM Specialized Electronics Training II.
of refrigeration, air flow, heating and various climate control components
operations are also covered. The inspection, testing, servicing and diagnosis of     The theory and application of semiconductor devices, batteries, starting
climate control system components, as well as automatic temperature control         systems and service manual usage will be taught in this course. Subjects
systems are emphasized. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                             covered will include diode, transistors, microprocessor and basic automotive
                                                                                    system. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures through on-bench and
                                                                                    practical exercises using automotive applications. Theory/Lab.
AUTOMOTIvE SERvIcE TEcHNOLOGy-
GENERAL MOTORS (AUMG)                                                               AUMG 1214
                                                                                    Internship.
AUMG 1062
                                                                                      This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
college & career cornerstone:                                                       education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
Introduction to GM Automotive Service.                                              learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
  This course serves as the foundation for students to build upon during their      accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
time at OSU-Okmulgee. It is an introduction to basic dealership operations,         by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be
service literature/information, parts supply procedures, shop safety, hand          in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous
and power tool usage, automotive measuring devices and systems including            required core courses.
precision instruments, metric and decimal systems and program orientation.          AUMG 1272
Additionally, in order to support successful departmental learning activities,
students must document, defend, and demonstrate the ability to perform              GM Manual Drivetrain I.
tasks required to meet the objectives of units including email proficiency,          This course will be an introduction to the theory and application of
library research, resource tools, learning styles and study strategies, and         manual transmissions/transaxles, helical gearset operation, planetary gearset
time and money management. Theory/Lab.                                              operation and powerflow. It includes an overview, discussion and hands-
                                                                                    on diagnosis and repair of various manual transmissions and transaxles.
AUMG 1122                                                                           Theory/Lab.
GM Automotive Engines I.
                                                                                    AUMG 1292
  The theory, demonstration and application of engine repair procedures
according to manufacturer’s specification will be taught in this course,            GM Steering and Suspension I.
which includes disassembly, cleaning, inspection, measurement, service and            The theory, demonstration and application of component and system
reassembly and R&R. Emphasis is given to system diagnosis and failure               function, operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this
analysis and includes the proper use of hand tools, precision measurement           course, which includes principles of suspension geometry and alignment
devices and other specialized equipment. Safety is stressed. GM course              angles. Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and
#16009-19 4.3L Central Port Fuel Injection is included. Theory/Lab.                 failure analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.

AUMG 1132                                                                           AUMG 1302
GM Automotive Engines II.                                                           GM Automotive Electrical Systems I.
  The theory, demonstration and application of the principles of engine              The theory and application of batteries, starting and charging systems used
operation will be taught in this course, which includes the identification          on GM vehicles will be taught in this course which includes battery testing
of engine parts and component functions of the cooling, lubrication,                service and diagnosis; and starting system testing, diagnosis and service.
fuel, ignition, emission, mechanical, electrical and electronic systems.            Emphasis will be on system operation, proper test equipment usage and
Emphasis is given to diagnosis, failure analysis and service according to           diagnostic and safety procedures. Theory/Lab.
manufacturer’s specifications. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                    AUMG 1312
AUMG 1142                                                                           GM Manual Drivetrain II.
GM Automotive Brake Systems I.                                                        This course will include a detailed look and interaction with the manual
  This course will be an introduction into the theory and application of            drivetrain field both in theory and application. The focus will be on the
conventional automotive brake systems as well as an introduction to anti-           diagnosis and repair of final drives, differentials, driveline, 4-wheel
lock systems. It includes an overview, discussion and hands-on activities           drive systems and vibration analysis. Emphasis is given to preventive
with the various components and vehicles that make up the brake systems             maintenance, system diagnosis, failure analysis and proper service
used in today’s GM automobiles. Theory/Lab.                                         procedures and includes the discussion and operation of specialized shop
                                                                                    tools and equipment. Shop safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1152
GM Automotive Brake Systems II.                                                     AUMG 1314
  The theory and application of the operation and repair of anti-lock brake         Internship.
systems and traction control systems used in GM vehicles will be taught               This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
in this course with emphasis given to preventive maintenance, system                education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
diagnosis, failure analysis and proper service procedures. It includes the          learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
discussion and operation of specialized shop tools and equipment. Shop              accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                                                     by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be
                                                                                    in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previously
AUMG 1162                                                                           required AUMG core courses.
GM Specialized Electronics Training I.
                                                                                    AUMG 1322
  The theory and application of electrical principles and concepts will be
the focus for this course. Subjects covered will include proper use of digital      GM Steering and Suspension II.
multimeters, OhM’s Law, series circuits, parallel circuits and series parallel       The theory, demonstration and application of GM steering and suspension
                                                                                    system operation, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course and


                                                                                   
includes electronic steering and suspension, CV joint wheels, tires and axles    apply to OBD II systems will be taught in this course. Advanced theory
related to noise, vibration and harshness. The use of specialized tools and      on GM electronic fuel systems with further diagnosis and testing using
equipment, proper vehicle lifting and supporting procedures are involved         the Tech2 scan tool and advanced use of lab scopes and specialized
and the latest product considerations are discussed. Safety is stressed.         testing equipment will be emphasized. The Capstone course represents a
Theory/Lab.                                                                      culmination of the program of study and incorporates a review of learning
                                                                                 objectives. Theory/Lab.
AUMG 1342
GM Automotive Electrical Systems II.                                             AUMG 2812
  The theory and application of advanced auto electricity will be taught in      Internship.
this course which covers the theory, testing, diagnosis and repair of body         This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
electrical accessories including electrical windows, power seats, windshield     education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
wipers, cruise controls, audio systems and computer controlled body              learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
electronics. Theory/Lab.                                                         accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
                                                                                 by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be
AUMG 2522                                                                        in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous
GM Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles I.                                     required AUMG core courses.
 This course will be an introduction into the theory and application of
automatic transmissions and transaxles and includes an overview discussion       AUTOMOTIvE SERvIcE TEcHNOLOGy-
and hands-on activities with the various components that make up the
automatic transmission, how they function and the logical process to             Pro-Tech (AUMP)
diagnose a malfunction. Theory/Lab.                                              AUMP 1031
AUMG 2532                                                                        career and college cornerstone.
GM Automotive Heating & Air conditioning I.                                        A theory and demonstration of basic vehicle components and operation,
                                                                                 independent service center operations and procedures are taught in this
  The theory, demonstration and application of components and system             course, including service literature, parts supply procedures, shop safety,
operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course       hand and power tool usage, automotive measuring devices and systems
which includes common hVAC principles and service. Emphasis is given             including precision instruments, metric and decimal systems and program
to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis. Safety is      orientation. Emphasis will be on career networking focusing on the variety
stressed. Theory/Lab.                                                            of related career opportunities within the automotive service industry.
AUMG 2544                                                                        Included in this course are materials and activities designed to aid the
                                                                                 student in completing his/her Career Passport, including exposure to experts
Internship.                                                                      in the automotive service industry. Theory.
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously          AUMP 1051
learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in             Automotive Engines I.
accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised           The theory, demonstration and application of engine repair procedures
by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be      according to manufacturer’s specification will be taught in this course,
in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous           which includes disassembly, cleaning, inspection, measurement, service and
required AUMG core courses.                                                      reassembly and R&R. Emphasis is given to system diagnosis and failure
AUMG 2582                                                                        analysis including the proper use of hand tools, precision measurement
                                                                                 devices and other specialized equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
GM Automotive Engine Performance.
  The theory and application on GM electronic engines controls will be           AUMP 1052
taught in this course. Subjects include tune up, electronic carburetors,         Automotive Engines II.
throttle body and multiple injection systems, turbo chargers, electronic           The theory, demonstration and application of the principles of engine
and computer controlled ignition systems, charging systems and unlinking         operation will be taught in this course, which includes the identification
systems. Emphasis is on diagnosis, adjustments and repair procedures using       of engine parts and component functions of the cooling, lubrication,
electrical meters, scopes and infrared diagnostic equipment. Theory/Lab.         fuel, ignition, emission, mechanical, electrical and electronic systems.
AUMG 2632                                                                        Emphasis is given to diagnosis, failure analysis and service according to
                                                                                 manufacturer’s specifications. Theory/Lab.
GM Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles II.
  This course includes interactive diagnosis, disassembly, component             AUMP 1055
inspection, failure analysis, reassembly and dynamometer testing of rear         Internship I.
wheel drive and front wheel drive transmissions/transaxles. Strong emphasis        This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
is placed on the diagnosis of and scan tool operation on computer controlled     education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
transmissions and transaxles. The proper use of transmission specialty tools     learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
and shop procedures as well as safety are emphasized. Theory/Lab.                accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
AUMG 2672                                                                        by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be
                                                                                 in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous
GM Automotive Heating & Air conditioning II.                                     required core courses.
  The theory, demonstration and application of GM climate control systems
operation, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course, which also       AUMP 1072
includes automatic temperature controls. Emphasis is given to preventive         Electrical/Electronics Training I.
maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis and involves the use of         The theory and application of electrical principles and concepts will be
specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                 the focus for this course. Subjects covered will include proper use of digital
AUMG 2682                                                                        multimeters, OhM’s Law, series circuits, parallel circuits and series parallel
                                                                                 circuits. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures through on-bench and
GM capstone.                                                                     practical exercises using automotive applications. Theory/Lab.
 The theory and application of GM electronic engines controls as they


                                                                                
AUMP 1082                                                                        AUMP 1372
Electrical/Electronics Training II.                                              Automotive Manual Drivetrain II.
 The theory and application of semiconductor devices, batteries, starting          This course will include a detailed look and interaction with the manual
systems and service manual usage will be taught in this course. Subjects         drivetrain field both in theory and application. The focus will be on the
covered will include diode, transistors, microprocessor and basic automotive     diagnosis and repair of final drives, differentials, driveline, 4-wheel
system. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures through on-bench and         drive systems and vibration analysis. Emphasis is given to preventive
practical exercises using automotive applications. Theory/Lab.                   maintenance, system diagnosis, failure analysis and proper service
                                                                                 procedures and includes the discussion and operation of specialized shop
AUMP 1202                                                                        tools and equipment. Shop safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
Electrical Diagnosis.
                                                                                 AUMP 1391
 This course will emphasize hands on learning in the areas of electrical
diagnosis, diagnostic procedures, information retrieval, component               Automotive Automatic
accessibility and diagnostic equipment usage. Lab.                               Transmissions and Transaxles I.
AUMP 1231                                                                         This course will be an introduction into the theory and application of
                                                                                 automatic transmissions and transaxles and will include an overview
Automotive Brake Systems I.                                                      discussion and hands-on activities with the various components that make
  This course will be an introduction into the theory and application of         up the automatic transmission, how they function and the logical process to
conventional automotive brake systems as well as an introduction to anti-        diagnose a malfunction. Theory/Lab.
lock systems. It includes an overview, discussion and hands-on activities
with the various components and vehicles that make up the brake systems          AUMP 1392
used in today’s automobiles. Theory/Lab.                                         Automotive Automatic
AUMP 1242                                                                        Transmissions and Transaxles II.
Automotive Brake Systems II.                                                       This course will include interactive diagnosis, disassembly, component
  The theory and application of the operation and repair of anti-lock brake      inspection, failure analysis, reassembly and dynamo-meter testing of rear wheel
systems and traction control systems used in vehicles will be taught in this     drive and front wheel drive transmissions/transaxles. Strong emphasis is placed
course with emphasis given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis,          on the diagnosis of and scan tool operation on computer controlled transmissions
failure analysis and proper service procedures. It includes the discussion       and transaxles. The proper use of transmission specialty tools and shop
and operation of specialized shop tools and equipment. Shop safety is            procedures as well as safety are emphasized. Theory/Lab.
stressed. Theory/Lab.                                                            AUMP 1395
AUMP 1281                                                                        Internship III.
Automotive Suspension & Steering I.                                                This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
  The theory, demonstration and application of component and system              education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
function, operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this    learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
course including principles of suspension geometry and alignment angles.         accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure        by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be
analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                                        in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous
                                                                                 required AUMP core courses.
AUMP 1282
                                                                                 AUMP 1901
Automotive Suspension & Steering II.
                                                                                 Internship I.
  The theory, demonstration and application of component and system
function, operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this      This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
course including principles of suspension geometry and alignment angles.         education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
Emphasis is given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure        learned in their education process. All work is to be performed in
analysis. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                                        accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
                                                                                 by industry and school representatives. This internship course is for students
AUMP 1285                                                                        entering OSU-Okmulgee with Cooperative Alliance Automotive Service
Internship II.                                                                   Technology course credit. Lab.
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and           AUMP 1904
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously          Electrical/Electronic Skills.
learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised           An introduction to the theory and application of electrical principles and
by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be      concepts will be the focus of this course. Subjects covered include proper
in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previously         use of digital multimeters, Ohm’s Law, series circuits, parallel circuits,
required AUMP core courses.                                                      series-parallel circuits, diodes, transistors, microprocessors and basic
                                                                                 automotive electronic systems. Emphasis is placed on diagnostic procedures
AUMP 1371                                                                        through on-bench and practical exercises using automotive applications.
Automotive Manual Drivetrain I.                                                  Theory/Lab.
 This course will be an introduction to the theory and application of            AUMP 1912
manual transmissions/transaxles, helical gearset operation, planetary gearset    Brake Skills I.
operation and powerflow. It includes an overview, discussion and hands-
on diagnosis and repair of various manual transmissions and transaxles.            (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with
Theory/Lab.                                                                      technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)
                                                                                     This course will be an introduction into the theory and application of
                                                                                 conventional automotive break systems as well as an introduction to anti-
                                                                                 lock systems. It includes an overview, discussion and hands-on activities
                                                                                 with the various components and vehicles that make up the break systems
                                                                                 used in today’s automobiles. Theory/Lab.


                                                                                
AUMP 1913                                                                         throttle body and multiple injection systems, turbo chargers, electronic
Internship II.                                                                    and computer controlled ignition systems, charging systems and unlinking
                                                                                  systems. Emphasis is on diagnosis, adjustments and repair procedures
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
                                                                                  using electrical meters, scopes and infrared diagnostic equipment. Also, the
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
                                                                                  theory and application of electronic engine controls as they apply to OBD
learned in their education process. All work is to be performed in
                                                                                  II systems will be taught in this course. Advanced theory on electronic fuel
accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
                                                                                  systems with further diagnosis and testing using scan tools and advanced
by industry and school representatives. This internship course is for students
                                                                                  use of lab scopes and specialized testing equipment will be emphasized.
entering OSU-Okmulgee with Cooperative Alliance Automotive Service
                                                                                  Theory/Lab.
Technology course credit. Lab.
                                                                                  AUMP 2471
AUMP 1922
                                                                                  Automotive Engine Performance I.
Brake Skills II.
                                                                                    The theory and application of electronic engine control will be taught
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with
                                                                                  in this course. Subjects will include tune ups, electronic carburetors,
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)
                                                                                  throttle body and multiple injection systems, turbo chargers, electronic
    The theory and application of the operation and repair of anti-lock brake     and computer controlled ignition systems, charging systems and unlinking
systems and traction control systems used in vehicles will be taught in this      systems. Emphasis is on diagnosis, adjustments and repair procedures using
course with emphasis given to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis,           electrical meters, scopes and infrared diagnostic equipment. Theory/Lab.
failure analysis and proper service procedures. It includes the discussion
and operation of specialized shop tools and equipment. Theory/Lab.                AUMP 2472
AUMP 1923                                                                         Automotive Engine Performance II.
                                                                                    The theory and application of electronic engines controls as they apply
Internship Iv.                                                                    to OBD II systems will be taught in this course. Advanced theory on
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and            electronic fuel systems with further diagnosis and testing using scan tools
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously           and advanced use of lab scopes and specialized testing equipment will be
learned in their education process. All work is to be performed in                emphasized. Theory/Lab.
accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
by industry and school representatives. This internship course is for students    AUMP 2475
entering OSU-Okmulgee with Cooperative Alliance Automotive Service                Internship Iv.
Technology course credit. Lab.
                                                                                    This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
AUMP 1931                                                                         education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
                                                                                  learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
Internship III.                                                                   accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and            by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously           in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous
learned in their education process. All work is to be performed in                required AUMP core courses.
accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
by industry and school representatives. This internship course is for students    AUMP 2591
entering OSU-Okmulgee with Cooperative Alliance Automotive Service                Automotive Heating & Air conditioning I.
Technology course credit. Lab.
                                                                                    The theory, demonstration and application of components and system
AUMP 1934                                                                         operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course
                                                                                  which includes common hVAC principles and service. Emphasis is given
Suspension & Steering Skills.                                                     to preventive maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis. Safety is
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with                 stressed. Theory/Lab.
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)
    A theoretical demonstration and application of component and system           AUMP 2592
function, operation, adjustment, diagnosis and service will be taught in this     Automotive Heating & Air conditioning II.
course and includes principles of suspension geometry and alignment angles          The theory, demonstration and application of climate control systems
as well as the electrical and electronic principles needed for diagnosis and      operation, diagnosis and service will be taught in this course, which also
service of these systems. Emphasis is given to preventative maintenance,          includes automatic temperature controls. Emphasis is given to preventive
system diagnosis, and failure analysis. Theory/Lab.                               maintenance, system diagnosis and failure analysis and involves the use of
AUMP 1941                                                                         specialized tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.

Internship v.                                                                     AUMP 2595
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and            Internship v.
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously             This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
learned in their education process. All work is to be performed in                education which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously
accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised          learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
by industry and school representatives. This internship course is for students    accordance with industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised
entering OSU-Okmulgee with Cooperative Alliance Automotive Service                by industry and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be
Technology course credit. Lab.                                                    in good academic standing and have successfully completed all previous
AUMP 1944                                                                         required AUMP core courses.

Engine Performance Skills.                                                        AUMP 2694
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with                 Automotive capstone.
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)                  This course is designed to allow students to utilize and refine skills
    The theory of application of electronic engine control will be taught         previously learned in the educational process. Included in this course are
in this course. Subjects will include tune-ups, electronic carburetors,           the diagnosis and servicing of electronically controlled systems found on
                                                                                  today’s vehicles as well as the proper use of special tools and information


                                                                                 
used to make repairs to industry standards. The Capstone course will             reference materials, pay system, product identification, employee/employer
include discussion of student goals and duties specific to the industry          and customer relations. The Toyota Certified Technician Program (TCTP)
and specific competencies demonstrated during the course. Students will          and Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification are introduced and
complete the Career Passport, post tests and exit assessments. Theory/Lab.       participation is required. Toyota entry requirements must be met. Safety is
                                                                                 stressed. Theory/Lab.
AUMP 2782
Advanced Automotive Diagnostics.                                                 TTEN 1703
  The theory and application of electronic engine control as they apply          Toyota Electrical Systems.
to OBD II systems will be taught in this course. Advanced theory on                This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of
electronic fuel systems with further diagnosis and testing using scan tools      electrical system operation and service and includes circuit construction and
and advanced use of lab scopes and specialized testing equipment will be         components. Testing using proper test equipment and techniques for on-
emphasized. Theory/Lab.                                                          car and off-car procedures will be taught. Instruction also involves Toyota
                                                                                 battery, starting and charging system tests with emphasis given to system
AUTOMOTIvE SERvIcE TEcHNOLOGy-                                                   diagnosis, failure analysis and service according to Toyota specifications.
                                                                                 Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TOyOTA (TTEN)
                                                                                 TTEN 1722
TTEN 1631
                                                                                 Toyota Minor Service.
Brake Fundamentals.
                                                                                   This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of
  This course emphasizes theory, demonstration and practical lab work            minor Toyota vehicle service emphasizing Toyota quality and customer
to cover the components and operation of automotive brake systems. It            satisfaction. It will include but is not limited to: pre-delivery service,
includes principles of hydraulics and friction, an introduction to anti-lock     Toyota recommended scheduled maintenance, used car inspections, rotate
brake systems and principles, general shop safety and asbestos hazards.          and balance tires, cooling system service, accessory installation and
Theory/Lab.                                                                      basic electrical system tests. Other skills emphasized will include proper
TTEN 1641                                                                        decision making techniques and the proper procedures and use of Toyota
                                                                                 reference materials, repair orders, flat rate and warranty manuals, tools and
Suspension Fundamentals.                                                         equipment, care and handling of vehicles. Tools will be required and safety
  This course uses theory, demonstration and practical lab work to cover the     stressed. Theory/Lab.
components and operation of automotive suspension and steering systems.
It includes suspension and alignment geometry principles and benefits of         TTEN 1812
proper alignment service. Electrical and electronic suspension and steering      Toyota Body Electrical.
systems are introduced. General shop safety is covered. Theory/Lab.                This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of
TTEN 1651                                                                        electrical circuit operation and testing on Toyota simulators and vehicles
                                                                                 using meters, wiring diagrams, repair manuals and other printed material
Electrical Fundamentals.                                                         as well as video information. Testing is performed according to Toyota
 This course emphasizes theory, demonstration and practical lab work             specifications and includes wire repair and component testing with
of basic automotive electrical systems. It includes circuit types and            emphasis on systematic testing, failure analysis, diagnosis and service
applications and emphasizes the use of electrical testing and measuring          according to Toyota specifications. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                 TTEN 1823
TTEN 1661
                                                                                 Toyota Brake Systems.
Measurement Fundamentals.                                                          This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota
  The principles, identification and use of automotive precision measuring       brake systems operation, diagnosis, preventive maintenance and service and
tools and devices using the metric and decimal systems of measure                includes proper use of specialized tools and equipment for Toyota. Power
are covered in this course through theory, demonstration and practical           brakes, load sensing braking system as well as antilock brake system are
laboratory instruction. Shop safety using hand and power tools is stressed.      taught with emphasis given to system diagnosis, failure analysis and Toyota
Theory/Lab.                                                                      recommended service procedures. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
TTEN 1671                                                                        TTEN 1824
Engine Fundamentals.                                                             Internship.
  The identification, principles and operation of internal combustion engines      This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry
are covered in this course through theory, demonstration and practical           and education which allows T-TEN students to utilize and refine skills
laboratory. It includes identification and basic operation of related engine     previously learned in their educational process. All work will be performed
systems and introduction to shop safety and hand and power tools usage.          to industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
Theory/Lab.                                                                      and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
                                                                                 academic standing, completed previous core courses and must have a valid
TTEN 1702
                                                                                 driver’s license.
Dealer Service Information/Professional
Technician Portfolio.                                                            TTEN 1913
  This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota    Toyota Engine Repair.
Motor Sales USA dealership operations, expectations and procedures with           This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota
emphasis on dealership service operations, Toyota quality and customer           engine repair and service procedures. Subjects included are identification,
satisfaction. Its emphasis is on career networking focusing on the variety       diagnosis, inspection, disassembly, measurement and assembly with
of related career opportunities within the automotive service industry.          emphasis given to the use of Toyota repair manuals, special tools, precision
Included are the materials and activities designed to aid the student in         measurement device, troubleshooting techniques and shop safety. Theory/
the completion of his/her Professional Technician Portfolio (T-PORT),            Lab.
including exposure to experts in the automotive service industry. It includes
technician procedures and responsibilities regarding work ethics, shop and
personal safety, tools and equipment, environmental and warranty policies,



                                                                                
TTEN 1923                                                                       automatic transmissions/transaxles and related drivetrain components and
Toyota climate control System.                                                  includes component and system operation, testing, minor service as well
                                                                                as transmission disassembly/assembly. Electronic control operation and
  This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of
                                                                                diagnosis are emphasized and the course involves the use of specialized
Toyota vehicle heating, ventilating and air conditioning (hVAC) systems
                                                                                tools and equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
and includes basic heating, refrigeration and air conditioning, component
identification and function, air flow systems, electrical circuits related      TTEN 2254
to hVAC systems, special tools and equipment usage as well as system
                                                                                Internship.
service, repair and adjustments, recovery, recycling and charging and
performance testing. Emphasis is also placed on diagnosis and safety.             This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry
Theory/Lab.                                                                     and education which allows T-TEN students to utilize and refine skills
                                                                                previously learned in their educational process. All work will be performed
TTEN 1924                                                                       to industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
Internship.                                                                     and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
                                                                                academic standing, completed previous required T-TEN core courses and
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry
                                                                                must have a valid driver’s license.
and education which allows T-TEN students to utilize and refine skills
previously learned in their educational process. All work will be performed     TTEN 2343
to industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
                                                                                Toyota Suspensions/NvH.
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
academic standing, completed previous required T-TEN core courses and             This course consists of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota
must have a valid driver’s license.                                             steering and suspension systems. Operation, diagnosis, adjustments and
                                                                                servicing are emphasized using proper procedures, special equipment and
TTEN 2090 (1-9 credit hours)                                                    tools. A holistic approach to Toyota vehicle suspension systems including
Special Projects.                                                               noise, vibration and harshness (NVh) analysis using Toyota diagnostic
                                                                                tools is taught and safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
 Individual study will be arranged under the supervision of an instructor
with credit hours to be determined. Projects may be undertaken in any area      TTEN 2353
of Automotive Technology. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: The program chair’s
                                                                                Toyota capstone.
permission.
                                                                                  This course is designed to allow students to utilize and refine skills
TTEN 2114                                                                       previously learned in the educational process. Included in this course are
Toyota EFI and computer control Systems.                                        the diagnosis and servicing of electronically controlled systems found on
                                                                                Toyotas as well as the proper use of special tools and information used
  This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of
                                                                                to make repairs to industry standards. The Capstone course will include
the component functions of Toyota ignition, electronic fuel injection and
                                                                                discussion of student goals and duties specific to the industry and specific
emission control systems. It includes the use of Toyota special tools,
                                                                                competencies demonstrated during the course. Students will complete the
simulators and vehicles with emphasis on system diagnosis, failure analysis
                                                                                Career Passport, post tests and exit assessments. Theory/Lab.
and service according to Toyota specifications. Safety is stressed. Theory/
Lab.
                                                                                BIOLOGy (BIOL)
TTEN 2133
                                                                                BIOL 1014
Toyota Engine control Diagnosis.
  This course will consists of theory, demonstration and application of
                                                                                General Biology. (Non-Majors)
Toyota engine control components including the ignition system, fuel              An introduction to various topics in biological science including basic
injection system and emission control system using the Toyota diagnostic        chemistry, cellular biology, studies of animals, plants, protist, and fungi,
tool and other specialized equipment available to the Toyota technician.        human biology, genetics and heredity, and environmental/population
Emphasis is on maintaining, servicing and diagnosis using Toyota                studies. Theory/Lab. Note: Available online.
specifications. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                BIOL 1114
TTEN 2134                                                                       General Biology.
Internship.                                                                      This course involves biological principles, population, man and the
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry              environment. Genetics, reproduction, development, concepts of evolution,
and education which allows T-TEN students to utilize and refine skills          selection, adaptation, speciation, taxonomy, and various concepts involving
previously learned in their educational process. All work will be performed     ecosystems are studied. Theory/Lab.
to industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
                                                                                BIOL 1404
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
academic standing, completed previous required T-TEN core courses and           General Botany.
must have a valid driver’s license.                                              Morphology and anatomy of plants. Plant functioning: photosynthesis,
                                                                                water relations, translocation, hormonal regulations, photoperiodism.
TTEN 2233                                                                       Survey of the plant division, algae and fungi. Lab. Prerequisite: BIOL 1114
Toyota Manual Drivetrains.                                                      or division chair approval.
 This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of
                                                                                BIOL 1604
Toyota manual transmissions and transaxles and other related drivetrain
components. Component/system operation, service, adjustments and                Zoology.
overhaul are covered. Emphasis will be given to system maintenance,               Morphology, physiology, ecology, embryological development behavior,
diagnosis and failure analysis and involves the use of specialized tools and    life histories and importance to man of representatives of major groups.
equipment. Safety is stressed. Theory/Lab.                                      Evolution of systems and mechanisms which have allowed animals to
                                                                                survive and adapt to diverse habitats. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: BIOL 1114
TTEN 2234                                                                       or division chair approval.
Toyota Automatic Transmissions.
 This course will consist of theory, demonstration and application of Toyota



                                                                               
BIOL 2104                                                                       BLD 1803
Human Anatomy.                                                                  construction Experience and/or Trade Skills
  human Anatomy involves an introductory study of the human body’s              Education Iv
structure and function with the emphasis on anatomical principles. Topics         (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with
of study will begin at the cellular level and follow development through the    technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)
major organ system. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: BIOL 1114 or division chair           This course will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
approval.                                                                       education which allows the students to utilize either Construction Life
BIOL 2114                                                                       Experience and/or Trade Specific Education skills in carpentry, electrical,
                                                                                masonry, mechanical and plumbing as it relates to the Construction
Human Physiology.                                                               Technologies Division. All work is to be performed in accordance with the
 human physiology involves an introductory study of the integrative nature      industry standards and will be supervised by construction contractors or
of physiology and the cooperative function of multiple body systems while       career technology centers’ representatives. Theory/Lab.
maintaining homeostasis. This course will integrate physiology with the
cellular and molecular levels of biology. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ChEM        BLD 2090 (1-9 credit hours)
1314 (BIOL 1114 preferred, but not required) or division chair approval.        Special Projects.
BIOL 2124                                                                        Individual study under the supervision of an instructor may be arranged
                                                                                with credit hours to be determined. Projects may be undertaken in any area
General Microbiology.                                                           of the building construction field. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: The division
  This is an introductory course in the fundamentals of microbiology,           chair’s permission.
including a selection of representative microorganisms, microbial control
and the importance of microorganisms to people. This is a laboratory            BLD 2303
concerned with techniques of observation and control of microorganisms.         Estimating II.
Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: BIOL 1114 or equivalent, ChEM 1314 or                  Extensive use will be made of contract documents for quantity take off,
equivalent, or division chair approval.                                         pricing and bid preparation. Students will also learn the development of unit
                                                                                labor and material prices, output and production, methods of approximate
BUILDING cONSTRUcTION (BLD)                                                     estimating and how subcontractors and material suppliers bid and give
                                                                                quotations. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: CNS 1303. Offered in the spring
BLD 1503                                                                        semester.
construction Experience and/or Trade Skills
Education I.                                                                    BLD 2423
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with               Building codes.
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)               Construction Building Codes using the B.O.C.A. standards as the text will
    This course will be a cooperative agreement between industry and            be examined and applied to construction projects. Theory.
education which allows the students to utilize either Construction Life         BLD 2503
Experience and/or Trade Specific Education skills in carpentry, electrical,
masonry, mechanical and plumbing as it relates to the Construction              Wall and Roof Systems.
Technologies Division. All work is to be performed in accordance with the         Techniques of exterior and interior wall construction, including structural
industry standards and will be supervised by construction contractors or        steel framing, metal buildings, wood masonry and other wall systems will
career technology centers’ representatives. Theory/Lab.                         be covered in this course. Other specific roof systems will include steel
                                                                                joist, metal deck, wood trusses, tee-slabs, roof insulation, built-up roofing,
BLD 1603                                                                        shingles and metal roofing systems. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: CNS 1113,
construction Experience and/or Trade Skills                                     CNS 1202, CNS 1223. Offered in the fall semester.
Education II.                                                                   BLD 2513
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)
                                                                                Interior Finishes and Specialties.
                                                                                 Featured in this course will be interior finishes for walls and ceiling
    This course will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
                                                                                systems and specialty items including: trim, finish hardware, millwork,
education which allows the students to utilize either Construction Life
                                                                                doors and frames. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: CNS 1113, CNS 1202,
Experience and/or Trade Specific Education Skills in carpentry, electrical,
                                                                                CNS 1223. Offered in the fall semester.
masonry, mechanical and plumbing as it relates to the Construction
Technologies Division. All work is to be performed in accordance with the       BLD 2613
industry standards and will be supervised by construction contractors or
Career Technology Centers’ representatives. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                General construction Management.
                                                                                 The principles, techniques and procedures required to manage money,
BLD 1703                                                                        machinery, manpower and material on a jobsite will be examined in this
construction Experience and/or Trade Skills                                     course. Theory.
Education III.                                                                  BLD 2626
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with               construction Management capstone Experience.
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)
                                                                                  This course is a Capstone course for the graduating student. It includes
    This course will be a cooperative agreement between industry and            the fundamental theories and strategies of Construction Management and
education which allows the students to utilize either Construction Life         Administration. It expands the concepts presented in previous construction
Experience and/or Trade Specific Education skills in carpentry, electrical,     course work through simulation and actual problem resolution practice. The
masonry, mechanical and plumbing as it relates to the Construction              student will complete his/her Career Passport, exit assessment instruments
Technologies Division. All work is to be performed in accordance with the       and other graduation requirements. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: CNS 1303,
industry standards and will be supervised by construction contractors or        CNS 2403. Offered in the summer semester.
career technology centers’ representatives. Theory/Lab.




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BLD 2805                                                                         bonding, chemical reactions, the physical states of matter, changes of state,
construction Internship.                                                         and solutions. These fundamental concepts will be applied to the solution of
                                                                                 quantitative problems related to chemistry. Theory/Lab. Pre or Corequisite:
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
                                                                                 MATh 1513 or Division Chair Approval.
education which allows the students to utilize and refine skills learned in
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with        CHEM 1515
the industry standards and will be supervised by construction contractors
                                                                                 General chemistry II.
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisite: Departmental approval and an
overall 2.0 GPA or greater.                                                        A continuation of General Chemistry I; the course requires an
                                                                                 understanding of the fundamental laws and theories dealing with the
BLD 2905                                                                         structure and interactions of matter. These principles will be used in
construction Internship.                                                         understanding the properties of gases using Boyles’ Law, Charles’
                                                                                 Law, Gay-Lussac’s Law and Dalton’s Law. Liquids and solids will be
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
                                                                                 examined with respect to interionic and intermolecular forces. Solutions
education which allows students to utilize and refine skills learned in their
                                                                                 will be discussed with respect to solubility of substances and the effects
educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with the
                                                                                 of temperature and pressure. Factors involved with reaction rates and
industry standards and will be supervised by construction contractors and
                                                                                 chemical equilibrium will be studied. Nomenclature, definitions, control and
school representatives. Lab. Prerequisite: departmental approval and an
                                                                                 measurement of ph of acids and bases will be presented. Determination of
overall 2.0 GPA or greater.
                                                                                 oxidizing and reducing agents. Selected topics involving the fundamentals
                                                                                 of nuclear, organic, and biochemistry will be studied. Fundamental
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BADM)                                                   principles will be applied to the solution of quantitative problems related to
                                                                                 chemistry. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ChEM 1314.
BADM 1113
Introduction to Business.
  This introductory business course acquaints students with the U.S.
                                                                                 cIvIL cONSTRUcTION (cIvL)
business system, including areas of management, organization, human              CIVL 2303
resources, marketing, finance, and ethics in the global economy. Theory.         Surveying I.
Note: available online.
                                                                                   This class in an introduction to and application of plane surveying
BADM 2063                                                                        procedures and field problems related to linear and angular measurements,
                                                                                 differential leveling and topographic surveys. Students gain competency
Business Law I.                                                                  through a series of practical and real world field applications. Theory/Lab.
  Business Law I introduces students to the law and enforcement agencies.        Prerequisites: CNS 1123, MATh 1613. Offered in the spring semester.
It includes business law for contracts, agencies, employment, personal
property and bailments. Theory.                                                  CIVL 2403
BADM 2153                                                                        Surveying II.
                                                                                  This course is sequential to Surveying I and provides advanced surveying
Marketing Principles.                                                            problems in precise leveling, triangulation and field activities, simple
 The marketing principles course examines the methods and principles used        compound and transition curves, vertical curves, earth work and haul
by professional marketing executives. Careers in marketing and business          quantities. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: CIVL 2303.
administration and how they relate to the business environment will be
examined. Theory.
                                                                                 cIvIL ENGINEERING TEcHNOLOGy (cET)
BADM 2323
                                                                                 CET 2123
Microcomputer Accounting Applications.
                                                                                 Properties of Soils.
  This course is a study of small computer application packages using
                                                                                   Students will learn and apply their knowledge of properties of soils in
microcomputers. The course includes packages for general ledger, accounts
                                                                                 related design problems. This course includes the study of the critical
receivable, accounts payable, billing, payroll, inventory control and fixed
                                                                                 design properties of soils by theoretical and experimental analysis including
assets. Theory.
                                                                                 plasticity, permeability, and general load bearing capacity. Theory/Lab.
BADM 2373                                                                        Prerequisite: GENT 2323.
Business communications.                                                         CET 2213
 This course emphasizes composition and preparation of written business          Transportation I.
communications. Elements of cultural diversity, proofreading and listening
                                                                                   Students will analyze, evaluate and design components of modern
skills are also addressed. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                 roadway and other transportation systems including the capacity, routes and
BADM 2513                                                                        controls. Theory. Prerequisites: GENT 2323, CIVL 2303.
Principles of Finance.                                                           CET 3113
  This course uses a practical problem solving approach to planning, making      Structural Analysis.
investments and financial decisions for the business concern. Focus is on
                                                                                  Students will learn and apply their knowledge of structural analysis
the United States financial system and securities market, time value of
                                                                                 methods to evaluate and design trusses, beams and frames. Theory.
money, valuation capital, capital investment decisions and optimum capital
                                                                                 Prerequisite: GENT 3323.
structure. Theory. Prerequisite: ACCT 2203 or division chair approval.
                                                                                 CET 3143
cHEMISTRy (cHEM)                                                                 Transportation II.
CHEM 1314                                                                          Students will analyze, evaluate and design components of modern
                                                                                 roadway and other transportation systems including the capacity, routes and
General chemistry I.                                                             controls. Lecture. Prerequisite: CET 2213.
 This course includes the study of fundamental laws, periodic principles,
and theories dealing with the structure and interaction of matter, chemical



                                                                                1
CET 3213                                                                          tests used to control the operation of water and wastewater treatment plants.
Steel Structures.                                                                 Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ChEM 1314, CET 4103, GENT 3313.
  Students will learn and apply principles of steel structures, design to
size and select structural steel members. Theory. Prerequisites: CET 3113,        cOMPUTER ScIENcE (cS)
GENT 3323.
                                                                                  CS 1013
CET 3513                                                                          computer Literacy & Applications.
contracts and Specifications.                                                       This course is an applied exploration of personal computing in which
 Students will study and interpret construction plans, shop drawings,             students learn system operation and maintenance, Internet technologies and
contract documents, specifications, scheduling, and estimating relative to        primary desktop applications. Theory/Lab.
construction operations. Students will learn the purpose and use of A.I.S.C.,
A.S.T.M., A.S.M.E., A.C.I., and C.S.I. standards in civil design applications.    cONSTRUcTION TEcHNOLOGy (cNS)
Theory. Prerequisites: CET 4123.
                                                                                  CNS 1111
CET 3543                                                                          Introduction to construction.
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Preparation.                                       As an introductory course in construction, study will target the general
 This course will prepare students to take the Fundamentals of Engineering        concepts, ideas, history and relationships of the construction trade,
Examination. The course will focus of the civil engineering portion of the        including employment opportunities, job descriptions, general safety and
exam by reviewing a broad scope of problems in the context that they are          standards. Theory. Offered in the fall and spring semesters.
presented on the exam. Prerequisite: Classification as a senior.3.
                                                                                  CNS 1113
CET 4103                                                                          construction Materials and Procedures.
Hydraulics.                                                                         This course includes the latest information on materials, systems and
 This course will focus on basic hydraulic principles and their                   methods used in the construction industry. It is formatted around the
application in civil engineering problems, including analyses of water            Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) 16 divisions. This course will
distribution networks, open channels, storm water management and                  also strengthen the skills the student has gained in the College Cornerstone
wastewater collection systems, water pumps, hydraulic models, hydraulic           experience. It will include a Career Cornerstone experience that will
measurements, treatment plant hydraulics, and hydraulic structures. Theory/       emphasize networking with professional and student organizations, continue
Lab. Prerequisite: Proficiency in MATh 1513.                                      to develop the students Career Passport, and give students the opportunity
                                                                                  to have career shadowing experience with the experts in the field. Theory/
CET 4113                                                                          Lab. Offered in the fall and spring semesters.
Engineering Economy.
 Students will learn and apply their knowledge of economic principals in
                                                                                  CNS 1123
making decisions and choosing among alternatives. Basics of equivalent            Site Development.
worth, costs, and uncertainty will be used in the analysis of alternatives.         The principles and procedures of site layout to include establishing grades
Theory. Prerequisite: Proficiency in MATh 1513.                                   for bulk excavation, building pads, site drainage, site utilities and site
                                                                                  improvement will be examined. The course will also include extensive use
CET 4123                                                                          of the transit level, builder’s level and laser. Theory/Lab. Offered in the fall
construction Management.                                                          and spring semesters.
 Students will study and interpret construction plans, shop drawings,
contract documents, specifications, scheduling, and estimating relative to
                                                                                  CNS 1202
construction operations. Students will learn the purpose and use of A.I.S.C.,     construction Blueprints and Specifications.
A.S.T.M., A.S.M.E., A.C.I., and C.S.I. standards in civil design applications.      The course emphasizes the study of the symbolic language and different
Additionally, students will apply sound project management techniques to          components of blueprints including floor plan elevations and details for the
plan and track projects. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: MATh 1513.                     Architectural and M.E.P. drawings. The course work will also include the
                                                                                  study of the specifications and their relation to building projects. Theory/
CET 4213                                                                          Lab. Offered in the spring semester.
Reinforced concrete Design.
 Students will learn and apply their knowledge of principles of reinforced
                                                                                  CNS 1213
concrete design to size structural members. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite:             construction Safety.
CET 3113, GENT 3323.                                                                In this course, job site construction safety and current OShA standards for
                                                                                  the construction industry will be studied and applied. Theory. Offered in the
CET 4223                                                                          summer semester.
Hydrology.
  Basic principles of surface groundwater hydrology and their application
                                                                                  CNS 1223
in engineering problems are covered in this course. Also included are             Project Layout.
the hydrologic cycle, weather and hydrology, precipitation, evaporation,           Techniques and procedures of construction project layout will be
transpiration, subsurface waters, stream flow hydrographs, hydrologic and         emphasized, including linear and angular measurements, erection of batter
hydraulic stream routing, probability of hydrologic evens, and application        boards and other layout reference points for interior and exterior layout.
of hydrologic models. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: GENT 3313.                        Assignments will involve the use of construction plans and specifications.
                                                                                  Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: CNS 1123. Offered in the spring and summer
CET 4233                                                                          semesters.
Water/Waste Water Management.
 Principles of design for processes in water and wastewater treatment
                                                                                  CNS 1303
plants will be applied to the solution of team based design problems.             Estimating I.
Sources and characteristics of water and wastewater resources will be               Quantity take-off with emphasis on excavation, concrete, masonry,
explored. Students will learn treatment standards and standard laboratory         structural steel, rough carpentry, h.M./wood doors with hardware and




                                                                                 
miscellaneous specialty items will be studied. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:        CNS 2693
MATh 1513, CNS 1113, CNS 1202. Offered in the fall semester.                     Principles of construction Management.
CNS 2090 (1-9 credit hours)                                                       Students will study construction management principles and techniques
                                                                                 and learn the application of these principles through lecture, case studies
Special Projects.
                                                                                 and laboratory experiences. Topics to be covered include planning,
 Individual study under the supervision of an instructor will be arranged        organizing, staffing, directing, cost and risk control, subcontractor
with credit hours to be determined. Projects may be undertaken in any            management, purchasing and project start up and close out procedures for a
area of the Construction Technology Department options. Theory/Lab.              commercial construction project. Theory/Lab.
Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.
                                                                                 CNS 2800 (1-12 credit hours)
CNS 2403
                                                                                 construction Internship.
Project Scheduling.
                                                                                   This internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and
  Project schedules will be developed which include bar method and the           education which allows the students to utilize and refine skills learned in
(CPM) critical path method. Selected assignments will require computer           their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
utilization. Shop drawings and material submittals scheduling will also be       industry standards and will be supervised by construction contractors and
included. Theory. Prerequisite: CNS 1303. Offered in the spring semester.        school representatives. Lab. Prerequisite: Departmental approval and an
CNS 2413                                                                         overall 2.0 GPA or greater.
Mechanical Systems.                                                              CNS 2900 (1-12 credit hours)
  An in-depth examination will be made of mechanical systems as to               construction Internship.
identification, application and function. Emphasis will be placed on               This internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and
plumbing, heating, cooling, air distribution and ventilation systems. Theory/    education which allows the students to utilize and refine skills learned in
Lab. Offered in the summer semester.                                             their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
CNS 2432                                                                         industry standards and will be supervised by construction contractors and
                                                                                 school representatives. Lab. Prerequisite: Departmental approval and an
construction Documents and Shop Drawing                                          overall 2.0 GPA or greater.
Review.
  This course will cover the submittal process which will include reviewing
the specifications for items that need to be submitted, creating a submittal
                                                                                 cULINARy ARTS (cUA)
tracking log and the checking of submittals. This course also will study         CUA 1135
the closeout process which includes as-builts, warranties and owner              Skill Development I.
manuals. Studied will be the division zero and one specifications as they
                                                                                   This course is an introduction to commercial kitchen equipment: meat
relate to bidding, bonds, insurance and the general conditions. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                 grinder, sausage stuffer, food processor, conventional and convection
Prerequisites: CNS 1113, CNS 1202, CS 1013. Offered in the summer
                                                                                 ovens, steamers, and steam jacketed kettles. The student will receive an
semester.
                                                                                 introduction to basic sauces and soups, and learn culinary knife skills and
CNS 2443                                                                         cuts. Lab.
Asphalt and concrete Paving.                                                     CUA 1145
 The materials, techniques, teaching of installation, equipment and cost of      Skill Development II.
operations for asphalt and concrete paving will be examined. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                   In this course students will learn quantity food production skills in
CNS 2453                                                                         preparation of breakfast food, meats, vegetables, stocks, soups, sauces,
                                                                                 desserts, sandwiches, salads and grilled food items. Students will train in
computer Estimating and Scheduling.                                              a “real world” environment and be exposed to production forecasting, cost
 Utilizing the state-of-the-art Techsonic Systems VIII computer, digitizer       controls, profit and loss statements and customer service skills. Students
board and software, cost estimates for construction projects will be             will participate in an early morning rotation in breakfast cookery. Lab.
prepared. Project schedules will be prepared utilizing scheduling software       Prerequisite: CUA 1135.
used in the construction industry. Theory. Prerequisite: CNS 1303.
                                                                                 CUA 1162
CNS 2523
                                                                                 Food Service Management.
Mechanical codes.                                                                  This course is designed to introduce students to action stations, breakfast
  The B.O.C.A. National Codes will be interpreted through an in-depth            cooking concepts and also high volume breakfast cooking. This course will
review. Theory.                                                                  include instruction and practical application in the following eggs cooked
                                                                                 to order, omelets, pancakes, waffles, French toast and hot cereals. Students
CNS 2543
                                                                                 will also be trained in offering daily or weekly specials to include crepes,
concrete construction.                                                           quiches and poached egg dishes and buffet set up for quantity breakfast
 Reinforced concrete construction techniques including forming systems,          feeding. Theory.
concrete placement and finishing will be covered in this course with an
emphasis on slabs, walls, beams, columns, curb and gutter, bridge and            CUA 1214
highway construction. Pre-case and tilt-up systems will also be included.        Dining Room Operations.
Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: CNS 1303. Offered in the summer semester.               Introductory level topics covered in this course include: table setting,
                                                                                 varied service styles and techniques, and identification of dining room
CNS 2683
                                                                                 equipment. Students experience greeting, seating, selling and serving in an
c.M. capstone Experience.                                                        actual restaurant setting. Daily menus; an introduction to wines and spirits;
  This course is a Capstone course for the graduating student. It includes       and an introduction to tableside cooking and flaming are covered. The latest
the fundamental theories and strategies of construction management and           computerized techniques in hotel and restaurant business are studied as well
administration. It expands the concepts presented in previous construction       as other career opportunities. Lab.
course work through simulation and actual problem resolution practice. The
student will complete his/her Career Passport, exit assessment instruments
and other graduation requirements. Theory/Lab.


                                                                                
CUA 1294                                                                          of purchasing and cost control in food service systems will be taught,
Breakfast cookery.                                                                including the development of specifications. Lab. Prerequisite:
                                                                                  Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA 1135, CUA 1145, CUA 1214, CUA 1294.
  This course is designed to introduce students to action stations, breakfast
cooking concepts, and high volume breakfast cooking. This course will             CUA 2413
include instruction and practical application in the following: eggs cooked
                                                                                  Regional Food and Beverage.
to order, omelets, pancakes, waffles, French toast and hot cereals. Student
will also be trained in offering daily or weekly specials to include crepes,        This is an 8 week class that covers food products, beverages including
quiches and poached egg dishes, and buffet set up for quantity breakfast          wine and spirits, and culinary traditions from various regions around
feeding. Lab. Prerequisite: CUA 1135.                                             the United States and the world. The class will examine food products,
                                                                                  beverages, and recipes; produce recipes; and study regional traditions from
CUA 1374                                                                          cultures that lend significance to the culinary world. Trends and themes
Bread and Pastry Production.                                                      from each region that contribute to the culinary basics in today’s kitchen
                                                                                  will be identified. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA 1135,
  This course is an introduction to baking, emphasizing the basic formulas,
                                                                                  CUA 1145.
fundamentals and procedures. Students will learn proper terminology,
equipment and utensils. Additional emphasis will be placed on restaurant          CUA 2414
production of pies, cakes, variety breads, fillings, sweet dough and specialty
                                                                                  Garde Manger.
items. Students will prepare classical pastries and present whole decorated
desserts, plated, individual, flambé and frozen. Lab. Prerequisites: GTGE          Introduction and production of cold and hot appetizers is covered in this
1111, CUA 1135, CUA 1145, CUA 1162, CUA 1214, CUA 1294.                           course. Instruction and practical application of the following subjects:
                                                                                  canapés, roulades and terrines, basic technique of pates, pates en croute,
                                                                                  sausages, galantine, quenelles and ice carving, sanitation, requisitions
CUA 2101                                                                          and mise en place principles will be applied to this class. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA 1135, CUA 1145, CUA 1214, CUA 1294..
Exploring Wines.
  Must be 21 years of age to participate.                                         CUA 2575
  Learn the basics of wine making, buying, handling, opening – pouring            Ala carte cooking Lunch.
and tasting. Study the major white grape varieties as well as reds. Explore         In this course, students will practice foods cooked to order. Students will
wine geography. A field trip to a winery or a wine and spirit store is also       prepare foods served during lunch hour in the Culinary Arts restaurant to
included in this course. Theory.                                                  include sautéing, braising, steaming, grilling, frying, roasting and broiling.
CUA 2221                                                                          Students will practice skills associated with line cooking including: cooking
                                                                                  vegetables, grains, legumes, pastas, eggs, meats and cereals. Instructions
Ice Sculpting.                                                                    will also be provided on catering and banquet cooking and service. Lab.
  In this course the students will learn the steps needed to safely carve ice.    Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA 1135, CUA 1145, CUA 1162, CUA 1214,
This course includes the preparation of templates, equipment, clothing,           CUA 1294, CUA 1374, CUA 2255, CUA 2315, CUA 2402, CUA 2414.
tools, selecting the ice block, preparing the ice, using the template, cutting
away (trimming) the large excess ice, carving, scoring – to enhance the           CUA 2585
sculpture, and balance check. The student will also learn finishing touches,      Ala carte Dinner.
temporary storage and display demonstration. Lab.                                   In this course, students will practice foods cooked to order. The students
CUA 2222                                                                          will prepare foods served during the dinner hour in the Culinary Arts
                                                                                  restaurant. This class expands upon the Ala Carte Cooking Lunch class
cake Decoration and Show Pieces.                                                  and is designed as final training to prepare students for internship. Lab.
  Students will learn skills needed to design and decorate a variety of cake      Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA 1135, CUA 1145, CUA 1162, CUA 1214,
styles with emphasis on piping, writing, and decorating cakes with a pastry       CUA 1294, CUA 1374, CUA 2255, CUA 2315, CUA 2402, CUA 2414.
bag. Students will learn techniques in the production of chocolate and sugar
showpieces with emphasis on pulled sugar, cast sugar, pastillage, gum paste,      CUA 2626
fondant, and marzipan. Students work will be on display for the public.           culinary Arts capstone.
LAB. Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA 1135, CUA 1145 and CUA 1374.                     In this course, students will learn and practice foods cooked to order.
CUA 2255                                                                          The students will prepare foods served in the Culinary Arts restaurant to
                                                                                  include sauteing, braising, steaming, grilling, frying, roasting and broiling.
quantity cooking.                                                                 Students will practice skills associated with line cooking including;
 This course includes preparation and production of meats, vegetables,            cooking vegetables, grains, legumes, pastas, eggs, meats. Lab Prerequisites:
soups and sauces with emphasis on plate presentation, garnish, color              CUA 1135, CUA 1145, CUA 1162, CUA 1214, CUA 1294, CUA 1374,
coordination and proper plate balancing, buffet set-up, action stations,          CUA 2255, CUA 2315, CUA 2402, CUA 2414, CUA 2575, CUA 2585.
sanitation, safety and equipment care. Lab. Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA
1135, CUA 1145, CUA 1162, CUA 1214, CUA 1294.                                     CUA 2636
                                                                                  culinary Internship.
CUA 2315
                                                                                   Students enrolled in this internship will work in industry with supervised
Buffet cooking.                                                                   employment and observation. Lab. Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA 1135,
 In this course students will learn buffet cooking skills and catering            CUA 1145, CUA 1162, CUA 1214, CUA 1294, CUA 1374, CUA 2255,
services. Students will present foods they have prepared for “The Grand           CUA 2315, CUA 2402, CUA 2414, CUA 2575, CUA 2585.
Buffet” which will include theme menus, ethnic menus and regional cuisine.
Students will practice all cooking methods including steaming roasting,
grilling, frying, broiling sautéing and live action stations. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  DIESEL & HEAvy EqUIPMENT
Prerequisites: GTGE 1111, CUA 1135, CUA 1145, CUA 1214, CUA 1294.                 TEcHNOLOGy (DHE)
CUA 2402                                                                          DHE 2033
Meat Fabrication/Food Purchasing.                                                 Diesel Skills I.
  This class will introduce students to beef, pork, chicken, fowl and               (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with
fish; including identification and fabrication of various cuts. Methods           technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)



                                                                                 
   This course includes a comprehensive coverage of safety issues as they         Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: Written instructor-student plan and the program
pertain to the Diesel Industry. Specific safety rules, maintaining a safe work    chair’s permission.
environment, following company policies and procedures and maintaining
tools and equipment will be stressed. Additionally, workplace relationships       DHE 2800 (1-12 credit hours)
will be examined and students will be exposed to basic academic skills such       Internship.
as problem solving, reading comprehension and writing skills necessary to           A cooperative agreement between industry and education allows students
be successful within the Diesel Industry. Theory.                                 to utilize and refine skills previously learned during their educational
                                                                                  process. All work will be performed in accordance with industry
DHE 2043
                                                                                  standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school
Diesel Skills II.                                                                 representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with                 standing and have completed required DhE core courses.
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)
                                                                                  DHE 2900 (1-12 credit hours)
    In this course, the student will demonstrate an ability to perform
preventive and predictive maintenance on diesel vehicles. Maintenance and         Internship.
use of reference materials, pre-delivery inspections, scheduled maintenance         A cooperative agreement between industry and education allows students
inspections, scheduled services and the preparation of documentation of           to utilize and refine skills previously learned during their educational
maintenance services will be studied. Theory.                                     process. All work will be performed in accordance with industry
                                                                                  standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and school
DHE 2053                                                                          representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic
Diesel Skills III.                                                                standing and have completed required DhE core courses.
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)                DIESEL & HEAvy EqUIPMENT
    In this course students will study electrical circuits and charging and
starting systems. Diagnosis, service and repair of electrical and electronic
                                                                                  TEcHNOLOGy-cAT Dealer Prep (DHEc)
systems will be performed. Students will learn the use of meters and test         DHEC 1113
equipment in troubleshooting electrical systems. Identifying electrical           Internship I.
symbols used on wiring diagrams and schematics will be covered. Students            An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
will also diagnose, service and repair starting systems and charging systems.     which allows students to utilize and refine skills, and learned during
Theory/Lab.                                                                       their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
DHE 2065                                                                          industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and
                                                                                  school representatives. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic
Gas compression Skills I.                                                         standing, completed previous required core courses and must have a valid
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with                 driver’s license. Lab.
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)
    Students will gain a basic understanding of the natural gas industry by       DHEC 1124
tracing the flow of gas from the well to the end user. The course includes        Introduction to caterpillar.
natural gas properties, equipment identification and function, safety, OShA,        This course will include a review of the OSU-Okmulgee Student
EPA, hazardous Materials and Waste regulations. Tools, fasteners, pipe,           handbook and discussions of OSU-Okmulgee: class, lab, and internship
pipe fittings, valves, tubing, tubing fittings and precision measurements will    policies and procedures. Upon completion, students will demonstrate
be studied. Students will take a technical pretest to determine their entry-      the ability to administer and use the Caterpillar Literature Library. This
level technical knowledge. In addition, as a part of this course students         includes critical literature such as service and parts manuals and reporting
will study the operation and application of two and four stroke cycle             systems like SIMS (Service Information Management System). Students
reciprocating engines to include engine cooling and lubrication systems,          will identify hardware and tools, and describe proper uses. This is the
lube oil analysis, startup procedures, tune-up procedures, preventive             career cornerstone course which will include a pre-test, an introduction to
and predictive maintenance. Proper alignment and installation of large            Caterpillar and participating dealer history, and career exploration. Theory/
stationary engines will be included. Theory/Lab                                   Lab.
DHE 2075                                                                          DHEC 1134
Gas compression Skills II.                                                        cAT Electrical Fundamentals.
  (This course is a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with                  This course will include the theory and application of basic electrical
technology centers and is not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.)                concepts, the use of diagnostic tools, troubleshooting and wiring repair
    This course introduces electrical laws and principles. It includes the use    procedures. Emphasis will be put on electrical systems analysis, along with
of volt/ohm meters, amp probes, wiring diagrams and electrical schematics,        preventive and predictive maintenance. Students will locate and identify
wire and connector repair methods and semiconductors. Students will               machine components from schematics. Students will also analyze charging
learn to diagnose, maintain and repair electrical circuits, charging circuits     and starting system faults. Theory/Lab.
and starting circuits. Standby electrical power generation will also be
included. Emphasis is on diagnostics, preventive maintenance and correct          DHEC 1213
repair procedures. Also covered in this course, overhaul procedures for           cAT Hydraulic Fundamentals.
reciprocating natural gas engines. This includes disassembly, inspection,           This course will introduce the laws and principles of fluid mechanics.
measurements, failure analysis and reassembly. The use of hand tools,             Students will locate and identify machine components from schematics,
special tools, precision measurement tools, shop safety and usage of              draw and read schematics, and identify fittings, seals and components used
manuals is stressed throughout the course. Theory/Lab                             in hydraulic systems on Caterpillar equipment. Pascal’s Law will be used
                                                                                  to calculate force-pressure-area relationships. Students will also calculate
DHE 2090 (1-9 credit hours)
                                                                                  energy-work-power relationships. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEC 1124.
Special Projects.
 Individual study is conducted under the supervision of an instructor.            DHEC 1223
Projects may be undertaken in any area of diesel and heavy equipment              cAT Fuel Systems.
with credit hours assigned according to level and amount of effort required.          This course is a thorough examination of Caterpillar fuel systems



                                                                                 
including forged body, sleeve metering, scroll types and unit injection.          DHEC 2513
Operation, testing and adjusting are stressed throughout the course. Theory/      Internship v.
Lab. Prerequisite: DhEC 1124.
                                                                                    An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
DHEC 1233                                                                         which allows students to utilize and refine skills, and learned during
Internship II.                                                                    their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
                                                                                  industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education         and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
which allows students to utilize and refine skills, and learned during            academic standing, completed previous required core courses and must have
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with         a valid driver’s license.
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good           DHEC 2524
academic standing, completed previous required core courses and must              cAT Power Train I.
have a valid driver’s license.
                                                                                    This course will discuss the basic components and operations of
DHEC 1313                                                                         power train systems used in Caterpillar machines. Included will be basic
Internship III.                                                                   components, couplings, manual shift transmissions and power shift
                                                                                  transmissions. Basic components and component function are explained as
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education         they relate to the operation of various power train systems. Theory/Lab.
which allows students to utilize and refine skills, and learned during
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with         DHEC 2532
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry              cAT Mobile Air conditioning.
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
academic standing, completed previous required core courses and must               This course examines theory and application of refrigeration principles as
have a valid driver’s license.                                                    applied to Caterpillar mobile equipment. Emphasis is placed on preventive
                                                                                  maintenance, diagnostics, repair, and regulation compliance. Theory/Lab.
DHEC 1323                                                                         Prerequisites: DhEC 1134, DhEC 2423.
cAT Engine Fundamentals.                                                          DHEC 2603
  This course is an introduction to Caterpillar engine terminology and            cAT Power Train II.
operating principles. It includes identification and function of components
and engine systems. Safety, precision measurements, use of hand tools, and          This course will discuss the methods for transferring power. Mechanical
technical manuals are stressed. Students will disassemble, determination          power train components will include differentials, brakes, final drives, and
reusability, assemble and adjusts components. Engine servicing and                undercarriage. hydraulically driven machines will also be included. The
preventive maintenance are examined. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEC               content of this course should be treated as general information for power
1223.                                                                             train components in all Caterpillar machines. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite:
                                                                                  DhEC 2524.
DHEC 1333
                                                                                  DHEC 2636
cAT Machine Hydraulic Systems.
                                                                                  cAT capstone.
  This course is designed to teach the systems operation and the testing
and adjusting procedures for the pilot operated hydraulic systems, the load         This course includes an applied research project, identified in internships,
sensing pressure compensated hydraulic system, the electro-hydraulic              as a work based problem in need of improvement. Research could
system and the hydrostatic system. Students will identify different systems,      include improvements in diagnostics, service and maintenance processes,
trace the oil flow through the systems and state the systems operation.           technical support systems, etc. The technical areas of study include:
Students will also identify system components and be able to discuss their        advanced hydraulic systems including hydrostatic and load sensing pressure
operation. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEC 1213.                                   compensated systems; evaluation and repair of Caterpillar undercarriages;
                                                                                  the operating principles, diagnostics, maintenance and repair of chassis
DHEC 2413                                                                         systems including steering clutches, differential steer, hydrostatic steer,
                                                                                  and differentials with emphasis on schematics, component repair, and
cAT Engine Diagnostics and Repair.
                                                                                  diagnostics; and the application of diagnostic tooling to evaluate machine
  This course emphasizes the application of repair procedures for Caterpillar     system operation. Before going on their final internship, students will
internal combustion engines. Parts evaluation, reusability, failure analysis,     participate in a post-test to determine technical competency gain. Students
and diagnostics will be covered. Safety, special tools, and service literature    will complete all designated level one and level two Caterpillar tasks during
are stressed throughout the course. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEC 1223,         the final internship. Theory/Lab.
DhEC 1323.

DHEC 2423                                                                         DIESEL & HEAvy EqUIPMENT
cAT Machine Electronic Systems.                                                   TEcHNOLOGy-Gas Processors
 This course examines the application and operation of electronic systems         Association Natural Gas compression
used by Caterpillar for engines, transmissions, hydraulic systems, and
monitoring systems. Diagnosis, system analysis and repairs are emphasized.
                                                                                  (DHEG)
Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEC 1134, DhEC 1333.                                  DHEG 1144
DHEC 2433                                                                         Gas compressors.
                                                                                    This course introduces the theory, application, maintenance, and repair of
Internship Iv.
                                                                                  the reciprocating, rotary, and centrifugal natural gas compressor including
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education         operating principles, identification of the component parts and their
which allows students to utilize and refine skills, and learned during            functions, design characteristics, methods of balancing, and lubrication
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with         systems. Calculations of gas flow, rod loads, compressor sizing, horsepower
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry              ratings and compressor analysis charts will be included. Safety, precision
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good           measurement, use of the manuals, use of tools, and proper adjustments will
academic standing, completed previous required core courses and must              be included with overhaul exercises. Theory/Lab.
have a valid driver’s license.




                                                                                 
DHEG 1153                                                                           DHEG 2413
Fundamentals of Maintenance.                                                        Engine Electrical and Pneumatic Systems.
  Students will gain a basic understanding of the natural gas industry by            Students will study the theory and application of the ignition systems from
tracing the flow of gas from the well to the end user. The course includes          magnetos to CPUs, electronic governors, air fuel ratio control systems and
natural gas properties, equipment identification and function, safety, OShA,        control panels used on natural gas engines with emphasis on maintenance,
EPA, hazardous Materials, and Waste regulations. Tools, fasteners, pipe,            diagnostics, and repair of the systems and components. Theory/Lab.
pipe fittings, valves, tubing, tubing fittings and precision measurements will      Prerequisites: DhEG 1313, DhEG 1323.
be studied. Students will take a technical pretest to determine their entry-
level technical knowledge. Theory/Lab.                                              DHEG 2423
                                                                                    Electrical Motors, Generators and Alternators.
DHEG 1213
                                                                                     This course is a study of the operation, design and analysis of various
Gas compression capstone I.                                                         DC motors, AC motors, Power Transformers and AC power generators.
  This course is the culmination of the mechanical portion of the Natural           This course also covers load requirements and sharing, environmental
Gas Compression program and preparation for the first full summer                   conditions, national electrical code, generator operation, and electric motor
semester internship. Students will research employability skills. During            and generator wiring diagram. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEG 1323.
this course students will prepare and critique job applications, resumes,
interview skills and portfolios. During preparation of the resumes and              DHEG 2513
portfolios students will discuss how to best present the skills they have           Electrical Devices and controls.
acquired in the previous classes, as well as how to describe the safety               This course is a comprehensive study of the principles and techniques
training they have received in preparation for the summer internship as             of electromechanical devices such as switches, circuit protection devices,
natural gas compression facilities. Theory/Lab.                                     relays, and solenoids. In addition, the course will cover the national electric
                                                                                    code, ladder logic and wiring diagrams. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEG
DHEG 1243
                                                                                    1323, DhEG 2423.
Engine Principles.
 This course is a study of operation and application of two and four stroke         DHEG 2523
cycle engines to include engine cooling and lubrication systems, lube oil           Programmable Logic controllers (PLc).
analysis, startup procedures, tune-up procedures, preventive and predictive           This course is a study of PLC programming, PLC ladder logic diagrams,
maintenance. Proper alignment and installation of large stationary engines          sensor input, output, control devices, rack configuration and programming
will be included. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEG 1144.                              rungs with addresses. PLC configuration and troubleshooting techniques are
                                                                                    also covered. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEG 1323, DhEG 2423.
DHEG 1253
Advanced Engine Technology.                                                         DHEG 2610
  This course introduces overhaul procedures for reciprocating natural              Internship II.
gas engines. This includes disassembly, inspection, measurements, failure             An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
analysis, and reassembly. The use of hand tools, special tools, precision           which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in
measurement tools, shop safety, and usage of manuals is stressed throughout         their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
the course. This course will also include an introduction to gas turbine            industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
engine operating principles and systems. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEG             and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
1144.                                                                               academic standing and have successfully completed all required Natural
                                                                                    Gas, and Arts and Sciences courses. Exceptions only with written approval
DHEG 1310
                                                                                    of Natural Gas Compression Faculty and hEVi program chair.
Internship I (10 credit Hours).
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education           DHEG 2613
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in            Process Measurement.
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with             This course is the study of the principles of operation and practices
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry                used in the process instrumentation field. This course will cover pressure,
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good             temperature, level, humidity, speed, vibration and flow measurements.
academic standing and have successfully completed all required Natural              Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEG 2513, DhEG 2523.
Gas, and Arts and Sciences courses. Exceptions only with written approval
of Natural Gas Compression faculty and hEVi program chair.                          DHEG 2623
                                                                                    Instrumentation and controls.
DHEG 1313
                                                                                      This course is the study of basics of pneumatics, electrical analog and
Engine Air, Fuel and Starting Systems.                                              digital modes of control; and hands-on practical exercises in calibrating,
  Students will study the intake, exhaust, fuel and starting systems plus           tuning, aligning and troubleshooting. Data acquisition and data
mechanical and hydraulic governors used on natural gas engines including            communications are also included. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEG 2513,
an introduction to air/fuel ratio control systems. Theory of operation and          DhEG 2523.
development of skills in the repair, adjustment and testing of the component
parts of these systems is also included. The effects of fuel properties,            DHEG 2633
air/fuel ratio, and emissions on both rich burn and lean burn natural gas           Gas compression capstone II.
engines will be studied. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEG 1243, DhEG                   This course includes an applied research project identified during
1253.                                                                               internships, as a work-based problem in need of improvement. Research
DHEG 1323                                                                           could include improvements in; diagnostic, service, and maintenance
                                                                                    processes, technical support systems, sales, inventory control, cataloging
Dc/Ac circuit Analysis.                                                             systems, customer service, etc. The theory and application of equipment
  This course covers the basic principles of DC/AC electrical circuits.             used in the conditioning of natural gas in gathering systems which will
Subjects to be include: operating characteristics of the circuit’s various          include separators, dehydration units, and chemical treatment units will
components, electrical laws, series circuits, parallel circuits, series-parallel    be studied. The theory and application of equipment used in a natural gas
circuits, magnetism, impedance, and resonance. Theory/Lab.                          processing plant. Students will take a post-test to determine competency



                                                                                   
gain in their technical area. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEG 2513, DhEG        hydraulic principles and operation of pumps, control valves, actuators, fluid
2523.                                                                           conditioners used on Komatsu equipment will be covered. Failure analysis,
                                                                                diagnostics and reconditioning of hydraulic components are also included.
DIESEL & HEAvy EqUIPMENT                                                        Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEK 1216.

TEcHNOLOGy-Komatsu (DHEK)                                                       DHEK 1333
DHEK 1104                                                                       Komatsu Basic Electrical Systems.
Komatsu General Basics.                                                           This course is an introductory study of electricity and electrical
                                                                                components and circuits. The course introduces the student to electrical
  This course is a study of Metric and English precision measurement, tool      principles, electrical and electronic diagnostic tools. Students will use
and fastener identification and use, personal safety, equipment safety and      OhM’s Law to calculate volts, amps and ohms within series and parallel
shop safety. The course is designed to acquaint students with the federal       circuits, interpret and draw schematics using common electrical symbols.
safety regulations relating to maintenance safety: EPA, OShA, hazardous         Students will locate and identify machine components using schematics,
Materials and Waste. This course will include a review of the OSU-              diagnose and repair wiring circuits, starting and charging system faults.
Okmulgee Student handbook and discussions of class, lab and internship          Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEK 1216.
policies and procedures. This is the Career Cornerstone course and will
include a technical pre-test, an introduction to Komatsu history, career        DHEK 1343
exploration and information for the student’s Career Passport. Theory/Lab.      Komatsu Internship III.
DHEK 1124                                                                         An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
Komatsu Parts and Service Publications.                                         which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during
                                                                                their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
  This course explains the purpose and use of Komatsu Publications              industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and
including operations manuals, maintenance manual, reusability guides,           school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid
service management publications, microfiche and computer based CSS and          driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully
CARE. Students will become familiar with Komatsu terminology, machine           completed required core courses: DhEK 1323, DhEK 1333.
and engine nomenclature and the part numbering system. Students will
practice locating information using Komatsu publications and complete           DHEK 2416
service reports, pre-delivery reports and receiving reports. An introduction    Komatsu Wheel Loaders.
to customer service skills is included. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  This course is a study of the structure and function of Komatsu wheel
DHEK 1143                                                                       loaders. Students will identify and locate power train and hydraulic
Komatsu Internship I.                                                           components, troubleshoot torque converter, transmission and hydraulic
                                                                                systems. This course examines the application, operation, maintenance
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education       and troubleshooting of the components in Komatsu wheel loader. Students
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during    learn components and theory of operation as well as disassembly and
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with       assembly techniques. Students will diagnose and repair differentials, brakes
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and        and planetary drives. Repair procedures on the articulated joint. hydraulic
school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid           systems will be reviewed with emphasis on the steering system. Student
driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully            will study how to use test results for diagnoses purposes. Students will use
completed required core courses: DhEK 1104, DhEK 1124.                          Komatsu publications to determine which attachments could be used for
DHEK 1216                                                                       special applications. Students will use PM Clinic Test Kit. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                Prerequisites: DhEK 1216, DhEK 1323, DhEK1333.
Komatsu Engines and Fuel Systems.
  This course is a study of the operation, maintenance and repair of engines    DHEK 2443
and related fuel systems used in Komatsu equipment. The course presents         Komatsu Internship Iv.
terminology, concepts and techniques needed to properly diagnose and              An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
repair engines. This course emphasizes the rebuilding procedures and            which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during
testing of engines and fuel systems. It includes cleaning, inspection,          their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
measurement, troubleshooting techniques, tune-up procedures, and failure        industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and
analysis. The proper usage of tools, precision measurement devices, safety,     school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid
and service publications is stressed. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhEK 1104,     driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully
DhEK 1124.                                                                      completed required core course: DhEK 2516.
DHEK 1243                                                                       DHEK 2516
Komatsu Internship II.                                                          Komatsu Hydraulic Excavators.
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education         This course is a basic study of the structure and function of Komatsu
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during    designed hydraulic excavators. This course requires the student to select
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with       and use the correct Komatsu troubleshooting charts for diagnose and repair
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and        of electronic system; also, test and adjust hydraulic controlling components
school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid           and engine systems. Students will identify, locate and troubleshoot
driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully            electronic sensors and switches. Students will use onboard monitors for
completed required core course: DhEK 1216.                                      diagnostic purposes; learn the proper use of Komatsu Electrical “T” Adapter
DHEK 1323                                                                       Kits for use with digital volt/ohm meters; and use electrical repair kits and
                                                                                crimper tools. Students will also use Komatsu publications to determine
Komatsu Basic Hydraulics.                                                       which attachments could be used for special applications, and study how
 This course is a study of the fundamentals, theory and application of          to use test results for diagnoses purposes. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEK
mobile hydraulic principles. Students will locate and identify machine          2416.
components from schematics, draw and read schematics, identify fittings,
seals and components used in hydraulic systems on Komatsu equipment.
Pascal’s Law will be used to calculate energy-work-power relationships.



                                                                               
DHEK 2543                                                                        DHEM 1154
Komatsu Internship v.                                                            Maintenance Fundamentals.
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education          This course introduces skills and knowledge required by all service
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during     technicians including precision measurement, safety regulation compliance,
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with        lifting and blocking, torque wrench use, Kenworth product identification,
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and         and service literature usage. This is the career cornerstone course which
school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid            will include a review of the OSU-Okmulgee handbook, a technical pre-test,
driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully             development of the career passport, and career exploration. Theory/Lab.
completed required core course: DhEK 2416.
                                                                                 DHEM 1233
DHEK 2626                                                                        Internship II.
Komatsu capstone.                                                                  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
  This course includes an applied research project identified during             which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during
internships as a work based problem in need of improvement. Research             their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
could include improvements in diagnostics, service and maintenance               industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
processes, technical support systems, etc. The technical areas of study          and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
include the evolution of Komatsu crawler tractor design, including structure     academic standing having a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.
and function. Students will identify and locate power train and hydraulic
components, troubleshoot and adjust damper, torque converter and                 DHEM 1243
transmission. Students will diagnose, service and repair differentials, final    chassis, Steering and Suspension.
drives and steering brakes, controls and linkages; remove, repair and install      This course is an introduction to vehicle chassis frames, drive shafts,
powerpack; identify, evaluate, service, repair and adjust undercarriage          various suspension systems, truck steering components, and truck and trailer
components; study the wear characteristics of undercarriage components;          alignment. Students will study frame design, frame damage, alignment
evaluate competitive track design. Before going on their final internship,       and repair, drive shaft construction, arrangements proper phasing, drive
students will participate in a post-test to determine technical competency       shaft inspection and servicing, vibration diagnosis and u-joint replacement.
gain. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhEK 2416.                                       Students will study the maintenance, repair, adjustments and alignment of
                                                                                 common truck and trailer suspension systems. Truck steering components,
DHEK 2653
                                                                                 basic alignment procedures, servicing and diagnostics will also be studied.
vehicle Air conditioning Systems.                                                Theory/Lab.
  This course applies the basics of compression refrigeration systems
to cars, trucks, and mobile equipment. The use of hand tools and other           DHEM 1253
specialized air conditioning/refrigeration tools will be emphasized in the       Electrical circuits, charging and Starting Systems
laboratory, as well as identification of sealed system components and their      Diagnostics and Repair.
function, and system maintenance and repair. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:           This course introduces electrical laws and principles. It includes the use
DhEK 1323, DhEK 2433.                                                            of digital volt/ohm meters, amp probes, wiring diagrams and electrical
                                                                                 schematics, wire and connector repair methods, and semiconductors.
DIESEL & HEAvy EqUIPMENT                                                         Students will learn to diagnose, maintain, and repair electrical circuits,
TEcHNOLOGy-MHc Kenworth Truck                                                    charging circuits, and starting circuits. Emphasis is on diagnostics,
                                                                                 preventive maintenance, and correct repair procedures. Theory/Lab.
Technology (DHEM)
                                                                                 DHEM 1323
DHEM 1133
Internship I.                                                                    Transmission Systems.
                                                                                   This course is an introduction to clutches, manual transmissions, drivelines
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
                                                                                 and differentials. Emphasis is on power flow, diagnostics, disassembly,
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during
                                                                                 inspection, failure analysis, repair and assembly. Theory/Lab.
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry             DHEM 1333
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
academic standing having a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.
                                                                                 Internship III.
                                                                                   An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
DHEM 1134                                                                        which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during
Preventative and Predictive Maintenance.                                         their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
                                                                                 industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
  This course will include a review of pre-delivery, preventive maintenance
                                                                                 and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good
(PM), commercial vehicle inspection program (CVIP), and the
                                                                                 academic standing having a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.
responsibilities of the service technician to ensure that all PM items are
performed to a benchmark standards. Students will review PM standards            DHEM 1343
established by the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act (CMVSA);
American Standard Inspection Procedures for Motor vehicles, Trailers,
                                                                                 Brake Systems.
and Semi-Trailers operated on Public highways (ANSI); the National                 This course is a review of hydraulic and pneumatic principles as
highway Traffic Safety Administration (NhTSA); and the Commercial                they apply to braking systems including anit-skid and traction control.
Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) “Vehicle Out-of-Service Criteria”. Students       Maintenance and repair of the air brake systems components and medium
will perform walk-around inspections; A, B, C, and D inspections; trailer        duty hydraulic brake system components is covered. Students will perform
inspections, pre-delivery inspections and test coolant; and learn proper         foundation brake maintenance. Theory/Lab.
disposal methods for used oil, filters, coolant, batteries, etc. Theory/Lab.     DHEM 2433
                                                                                 Internship Iv.
                                                                                   An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
                                                                                 which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during
                                                                                 their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with



                                                                                
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry             school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good          driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully
academic standing having a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.                                 completed required core courses: DhES 1114, DhES 1124.

DHEM 2444                                                                        DHES 1114
Electronic Engine Interface.                                                     Fundamentals of Maintenance.
 This course is a study of the operation, diagnosis, maintenance and repair        This course introduces skills and knowledge required by all service
of electronic fuel management and other computer controlled systems.             technicians including: precision measurement; environmental and safety
Students are trained to use diagnostic equipment to determine the condition      regulation compliance; safety and personal protection equipment; fastener
of electronic components including troubleshooting and performance               identification; hand and power tool identification, use and safety; lifting
aspects of engines and other computer controlled systems. Theory/Lab.            and blocking; torque wrench use; tapping, threading, and thread inserts.
                                                                                 Students will receive forklift operation training and testing. Students will
DHEM 2452                                                                        demonstrate the ability to follow written instructions, complete business
Air conditioning Systems.                                                        forms and perform basic math skills. This course will include a review of
  This course is a study of the theory, application, and repair of mobile        the “OSU-Okmulgee Student Rights and Responsibilities”. Theory/Lab.
air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Emphasis is on preventive
                                                                                 DHES 1124
maintenance, design, failure analysis, troubleshooting, proper repair and
refrigerant recovery recycle methods. Theory/Lab.                                Pre Delivery and Preventive Maintenance.
                                                                                   This course will include a review of pre-delivery, preventive maintenance
DHEM 2523                                                                        (PM) and the responsibilities of the service technician to ensure that all
Diesel Engine and Fuel Systems.                                                  PM items are performed to a benchmark standard. Students will review
  This course is an introduction to diesel engine terminology, operating         pre-delivery and PM standards established by equipment manufacturers
principles and maintenance. Engine systems are examined along with               and associations. Students will use manufacturer service and maintenance
diagnostic, repair, and maintenance procedures. Students will study fuel         software and literature to determine proper pre-delivery and PM procedures
injection systems used by major diesel engine manufacturers. The function        as well as oil sampling etc. They will perform walk around inspections,
and operation of various types of fuel systems, fuel system maintenance and      pre-delivery inspections, test coolant, and learn proper disposal methods for
basic troubleshooting is covered. Theory/Lab.                                    used oil, filters, coolant, batteries, etc. This course will introduce correct
                                                                                 machine operation, specifically related to safety precautions listed in the
DHEM 2533                                                                        operators manual as well as regulations for safe machine transportation to
Diesel Engine Overhaul Techniques.                                               include tie down, flagging, permitting and weight distribution. Theory/Lab.
 This course emphasizes the application of repair procedures for diesel          DHES 1213
engines. Disassembly, parts evaluation and reusability, failure analysis,
assembly, tune up procedures and troubleshooting is covered. Safety,             Internship II.
special tool use, and use of service publications are stressed throughout the      An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
course. Theory/Lab.                                                              which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in
                                                                                 their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
DHEM 2543                                                                        industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and
Internship v.                                                                    school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education        driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned during     completed required core courses: DhES 1213, DhES 1223.
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with        DHES 1223
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good          Wiring circuits, charging and Starting Systems.
academic standing having a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.                                  This course introduces electrical laws and principles. It includes the use
                                                                                 of digital volt/ohm meters, amp probes, wiring diagrams and electrical
DHEM 2616                                                                        schematics, wire and connector repair methods, and semiconductors.
capstone.                                                                        Students will learn to diagnose, maintain, and repair electrical circuits,
  This course includes an applied research project identified during             charging circuits, and starting circuits. Emphasis is on diagnostics,
internships, as a work-based problem in need of improvement. Research            preventive maintenance, and correct repair procedures. Theory/Lab.
could include improvements in diagnostic, service, and maintenance               Prerequisite: DhES 1114.
processes; technical support systems; customer service; etc. Advanced            DHES 1233
application of diagnostics principles relating to engine, power train,
electrical systems, electronics, brakes and other truck systems, and             Hydraulic Principles.
development of preventive maintenance systems will be studied. Theory/             This course is a study of the fundamentals, theory and application of
Lab.                                                                             mobile hydraulic principles. Students will locate and identify machine
                                                                                 components from schematics; draw and read schematics; and identify
                                                                                 fittings, seals and components used in hydraulic systems on agricultural
DIESEL & HEAvy EqUIPMENT                                                         and construction equipment. Pascal’s Law will be used to calculate energy-
TEcHNOLOGy-Southwestern                                                          work-power relationships. hydraulic principles and operation of pumps,
Association Industrial & Farm                                                    control valves, actuators, fluid conditioners used on modern equipment will
                                                                                 be covered. Failure analysis, diagnostics and reconditioning of hydraulic
Equipment (DHES)                                                                 components are also included. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhES 1114.
DHES 1113
                                                                                 DHES 1313
Internship I.
                                                                                 Internship III.
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in           An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with        which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and         their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
                                                                                 industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and



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school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid           school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid
driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully            driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully
completed required core courses: DhES 1323, DhES 1333.                          completed required core courses: DhES 1514 and DhES 2512.

DHES 1323                                                                       DHES 2514
Electronic Systems.                                                             Power Train.
  This course requires the student to use diagnostic testing as specified by      This course will discuss the basic components, operations, maintenance,
manufacturer software, literature and troubleshooting charts to complete        diagnostics and repair of power train systems used in agricultural and
required service, repair or replacement procedures on agricultural and          construction equipment. Included will be basic components, couplings,
construction equipment electronic systems. Students will identify, locate,      clutches, manual transmissions, torque converters, and power shift
service, test and repair connectors, sensors, actuators, switches and           transmissions, hydrostatic transmissions, differentials, brakes, and final
control modules. Students will use onboard diagnostic systems, T adapter        drives. hydraulically driven machines will also be included. Theory/Lab.
kits, digital volt/ohm meters, electrical repair kits, crimper tools and        Prerequisite: DhES 1333.
manufacturer specific diagnostic tools. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhES
1223.                                                                           DHES 2613
                                                                                Ag and construction Business.
DHES 1333
                                                                                  This course is a study of the free enterprise system as it relates to the
Hydraulic Systems.                                                              function, scope and organization of the modern Ag and Construction
  This course is designed to teach the systems operation and the testing,       equipment business community; provides a wide insight into Ag and
adjusting, maintenance and repair procedures for pilot operated hydraulic       Construction equipment business, showing the student how a company
systems, load sensing pressure compensated hydraulic systems, electro-          is organized and controlled; offers a practical and direct approach and
hydraulic systems and hydrostatic systems. Students will identify system        describes how a business starts up, how it’s organized and how it’s
components and be able to discuss their operation and application. Students     financed. Also covers cost keeping systems, labor relations, equipment,
will identify different systems, trace the oil flow through the systems and     safety, and insurance. More specific topics will include laws, business
state the systems operation and application. Students will use onboard          financing, types of insurance, and the relationship between the various
diagnostic systems, T adapter kits, digital volt/ohm meters, flow meters,       governmental agencies and business segments, the determination of values,
pressure gauges, and manufacturer specific tools to diagnose hydraulic          prices, production, distribution and the fundamentals of how businesses
system malfunctions. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhES 1213.                       make money. Theory.

DHES 2413                                                                       DHES 2623
Internship Iv.                                                                  Precision Ag and construction.
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education         This course will provide an introduction to the theory of Global
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in        Positioning System (GPS), Differential GPS (DGPS), Geographical
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with       Information Systems (GIS), real-time carrier phase differential called Real-
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and        Time Kinematics (RTK), auto steer, grade control, and remote sensing in
school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must have a valid           relation to Ag and construction equipment. Emphasis will be on installation,
driver’s license, be in good academic standing and have successfully            calibration, maintenance, operation of and troubleshooting this equipment
completed required core courses: DhES 2416.                                     on the machine. Theory/Lab.

DHES 2416                                                                       DHES 2633
Engines and Fuel Systems.                                                       capstone.
  This course is an introduction to engine terminology, operating principles      This course includes an applied research project identified during
and maintenance. Engine systems are examined along with diagnostic,             internships, as a work-based problem in need of improvement. Research
repair and maintenance procedures. Student will study fuel systems used by      could include improvements in diagnostic, service, and maintenance
major engine manufacturers. The function and operation of various types of      processes, technical support systems, customer service, etc. Advanced
fuel systems, fuel system maintenance and basic troubleshooting is covered.     application of diagnostics principles relating to engine, power train,
This course emphasizes the application of repair procedures for engines.        electrical systems, electronics, hydraulics, brakes and other equipment
Disassembly, parts evaluation and reusability, failure analysis, assembly,      systems, and development of preventive maintenance systems are included.
tune-up procedures, and troubleshooting are covered. Safety, special tool       Theory/Lab.
use, and use of service publications are stressed throughout the course.
Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: DhES 1213, DhES 1223.
                                                                                EcONOMIcS (EcON)
DHES 2512                                                                       ECON 2103
Mobile Air conditioning.                                                        Microeconomics.
  This course is a study of the theory, application, and repair of mobile         This course is an introduction to the general concepts of economic
air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Emphasis is on preventive           reasoning, emphasizing microeconomic theory of the U.S. system.
maintenance, design, failure analysis, troubleshooting, proper repair and       It includes allocation of resources, distribution of final output to the
refrigerant recovery recycle methods. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: DhES            individual, overall functioning of price system and the relationship of price,
1323.                                                                           quantity and profit in a capitalistic market economy. Theory.
DHES 2513                                                                       ECON 2203
Internship v.                                                                   Macroeconomics.
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education,        This course provides an introduction to the general concepts of economic
which allow students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in         reasoning emphasizing macroeconomic theory of the U.S. system. It
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with       includes monetary policy, national income and employment, money and
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and        banking, economic growth policies and interrelationships with the world
                                                                                economy. Theory. Note: available online.




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ELEcTRIcAL cONSTRUcTION                                                           ECNT 1233
TEcHNOLOGy (EcNT)                                                                 Electrical Motors and controls.
                                                                                    An in-depth study of single phase, 3-phase and D.C. motors; stop/start
ECNT 1102                                                                         stations; forward and reverse; hard and soft start and ladder diagrams are
Introduction to the Electrical Trades.                                            taught in this course. Theory/Lab. Offered in the spring semester.
 As an introductory course in electricity, study will target the general          ECNT 1243
concepts, ideas, history and relationships of the electrical trade, including
employment opportunities, job descriptions, general safety and standards.         High voltage Pole climbing Techniques.
Theory. Offered in the fall and spring semesters.                                   This course will include wooden pole climbing techniques and procedures
                                                                                  that are needed to become a line technician. Safety instructions will be
ECNT 1112                                                                         emphasized and will follow OShA standards. Theory/Lab.
Electrical Safety.
                                                                                  ECNT 1253
 A safety course as it relates directly to the electrical industry. Issues of
pole safety, truck & driving safety, personal tool safety, grounding, tail        Electrical Wiring Methods I - Residential.
board discussions, ladder safety, lifting, lock-off and tag-off procedures.        This course is an examination, study and implementation of electrical
Theory. Offered in the fall and spring semesters.                                 wiring and wiring devices found in various types of residential structures.
                                                                                  Study to include National Electrical Code as it applies for these
ECNT 1133                                                                         occupancies. Theory/Lab.
Introduction to High voltage Electricity and
                                                                                  ECNT 1313
Safety.
  This course will cover the high voltage industry’s career opportunities
                                                                                  National Electrical codes.
including job salary information, placement requirements, current trends,           An in-depth study of the latest National Electrical Code is taught in this
research on companies and what are the physical, mental and social needs          course with emphasis on the total code and the licenses that can be obtained
in the high voltage industry. This course will also include and cover the         in this state and others. Theory. Prerequisite: ECNT 1253. Offered in the
many safety hazards that exist and training opportunities that must occur.        fall semester.
This course will also cover issues as it relates to being successful in
                                                                                  ECNT 1316
college. It will include a career cornerstone experience that will emphasize
networking with professional and student organizations. Theory.                   High voltage Internship II.
                                                                                    This course is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
ECNT 1144                                                                         which allows the student to utilize and define skills learned during their
Dc and Ac circuit Analysis.                                                       educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with the
 This course is a study of electricity involving electrical laws, units,          industry standards and will be supervised by an electrical utility journeyman
components, impedance and magnetism. Theory/Lab.                                  and school representative. Lab. Prerequisites: ECNT 1104, ECNT 1215,
                                                                                  ECNT 2563 and student must be in good academic standing.
ECNT 1215
                                                                                  ECNT 1353
High voltage Internship I.
  A cooperative agreement between industry and education which allows the
                                                                                  Dc and Ac High voltage circuit Analysis.
student to utilize and define skills learned in their educational process. All      This course is a study of electricity involving electrical properties of
work is to be performed in accordance with the industry standards and will        materials, electrical laws, units, components, impedance, and magnetism.
be supervised by an electrical utility journeyman and school representative.      It will cover the theory of operation of the equipment used to generate and
Lab. Prerequisites: ECNT 1112, ECNT 1222. Student must be in good                 distribute electrical energy from the source to the end user. Theory/Lab.
academic standing.
                                                                                  ECNT 2416
ECNT 1216                                                                         High voltage Internship III.
Internship I.                                                                       This third internship will be a supervised cooperative industry experience
  This first high Voltage internship will be a supervised cooperative             which allows students the opportunity to utilize and refine skills previously
industry experience which allows students the opportunity to utilize and          learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in
refine skills previously learned in their educational process. All work is to     accordance with industry standards and guidelines. Lab. Prerequisites:
be performed in accordance with industry standards and guidelines. Lab.           ECNT 1316, ECNT 2553, ECNT 2643 and student must be in good
Prerequisite: Student must be in good academic standing.                          academic standing.

ECNT 1222                                                                         ECNT 2473
Strength & Flexibility Training and Introduction                                  Electrical Wiring Methods II.
to climbing.                                                                        Analysis of electric power distribution of transformer secondary systems
                                                                                  as it pertains to the construction of commercial installations is the focus
  This course includes strength and flexibility training needed to become
                                                                                  of this course and includes feeder and service calculation as required by
a Line Technician. The course includes first aid and CPR training,
                                                                                  National Electrical Code. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ECNT 1253. Offered in
wooden pole climbing techniques and procedures. Safety instruction will
                                                                                  the spring semester.
be emphasized and will follow OShA Standards. This course will also
strengthen the skills the student has gained in the College Cornerstone           ECNT 2483
experience. It will include a Career Cornerstone experience that will
emphasize networking with professional and student organizations, continue
                                                                                  Principles of Operation of High voltage
to develop the student’s Career Passport and give them the opportunity to         Distribution Systems.
have career shadowing experience with the experts in the field. Theory/Lab.         This course is a study of overhead and underground high voltage systems.
Offered in the fall semester.                                                     Transformer configurations, conduit sizing, line voltage drops and the
                                                                                  installation of overhead and underground systems will be learned. handling
                                                                                  tensioned lines, de-energized lines and the grounding of these systems
                                                                                  as required will also be covered. high voltage equipment, high voltage




                                                                                 
switching and the safety practices involved in three types of installations      ECNT 2663
will be covered. Theory/Lab. Offered once a year.                                Heavy construction Equipment and Operation.
ECNT 2516                                                                          This course consists of the study of various types of equipment used
High voltage Internship Iv.                                                      in overhead and underground high voltage systems. Actual operation
                                                                                 of equipment is emphasized as well as minor preventive maintenance
  This course is a cooperative agreement between industry and education          procedures. The equipment involved includes: backhoe, trenching
which allows the student to utilize and define skills learned in their           machines, boring machines, bucket truck, drills, boom trucks, etc. Pole
educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with the          climbing is also practiced. Safety while operating this type of equipment is
industry standards and will be supervised by an electrical utility journeyman    covered and stressed. Theory/Lab. Offered in the spring semester.
and school representative. Lab. Prerequisites: ECNT 2416, ECNT 2673 and
student must be in good academic standing.                                       ECNT 2673
ECNT 2533                                                                        Transmission Principles.
Electrical Wiring Methods III.                                                    A high Voltage course directed toward the transmission of electrical
                                                                                 power before the distribution by utility companies. The course contains
  This course includes an in-depth study of hazardous locations, more            working practices and situations that transmission lineman encounter:
detailed coverage of branch circuits and their associated calculations, site     extra high voltages, towers, pole configurations, bare hand and other work
lighting and industrial light fixtures, lighting protection plus the study of    practices. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ECNT 1222. Offered in the spring
panel board, motor control bus ways and other industrial products and            semester.
centers, tools. Prerequisites: ECNT 1253, ECNT 2473.
                                                                                 ECNT 2716
ECNT 2553
                                                                                 High voltage Internship v.
Underground Distribution Systems.
                                                                                   A cooperative agreement between industry and education, which allows
  While similar in nature to overhead systems, an underground system             the student to utilize and define skills learned in their educational process.
has its own requirements. Construction techniques, tools and equipment           All work is to be performed in accordance with the industry standards
and traffic control will be given extensive coverage. Troubleshooting            and will be supervised by an electrical utility journeyman and school
maintenance and care of personal equipment are covered with special              representative. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic
emphasis on safety. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ECNT 1222. Offered in the          standing and have division chair approval.
fall semester.
                                                                                 ECNT 2806
ECNT 2563
                                                                                 Internship.
Overhead Distribution Systems.
                                                                                   A cooperative agreement between industry and education, which allows
  Construction techniques, tools used and care of personal protective            the student to utilize and define skills learned in their educational process.
equipment will be an integral part of this class. Troubleshooting, traffic       All work is to be performed in accordance with the industry standards
control and safety practices will be emphasized. Equipment that is peculiar      and will be supervised by an electrical utility journeyman and school
to overhead systems will be covered. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ECNT 1222.        representative. Lab. Prerequisites: Student must be in good academic
Offered in the summer semester.                                                  standing.
ECNT 2616                                                                        ECNT 2905
Hv Electrical capstone Experience.                                               Internship.
  This Capstone course is an in-depth examination of all studied wiring            A cooperative agreement between industry and education, which allows
systems, layouts and characteristics. The use of blueprints to make estimates    the student to utilize and define skills learned in their educational process.
of materials and labor costs will be stressed. Special emphasis will be          All work is to be performed in accordance with the industry standards
placed on integration of all the fundamental and general education classes       and will be supervised by an electrical utility journeyman and school
(i.e. math, English, technical writing). The course will be arranged so the      representative. Lab. Prerequisites: ECNT 2516, ECNT 2626 and student
student will have a very good understanding of the electrical contracting        must be in good academic standing.
business. The National Electrical Code, safety and the electrical methods
taught in previous classes will be used throughout the course. The student
will complete the exit assessment instrument and other graduation                ELEcTRIcAL AND ELEcTRONIcS
requirements. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ECNT 1253, ECNT 2473, ECNT              TEcHNOLOGy (ETDE)
2533 or approval by the division chair. Offered in the summer semester.
                                                                                 ETDE 1013
ECNT 2633                                                                        Electronic communications.
Electrical construction Estimating.                                                This course provides principles and operations of communications
  This course will provide an in-depth examination of wiring systems,            circuitry. Subjects include, but are not limited to, oscillators, tuned circuits,
layouts and characteristics. The use of blueprints to make estimates of          voltage amplifiers, power amplifiers and active filters. Introductory topics
material and labor costs will be stressed and special emphasis will be placed    included are fiber optics, radar, video, satellite communications, etc.
on National Electrical Code standards and safety practices. Theory/Lab.          Theory/Lab.
Offered once a year.
                                                                                 ETDE 1133
ECNT 2643                                                                        Introduction to Electrical/Electronics.
Advanced Distribution Systems.                                                     This course will be a general survey of the Electrical/Electronics
  This course will consist of a study of high voltage and the distribution       technologies career cluster with an emphasis upon the general terminology,
electrical field. high voltage equipment, tools, distribution equipment and      tools and equipment, safety procedures, and general occupational outlook.
safety procedures will be covered. Local rules and regulations as well as        Through authentic contextual based projects this class will develop practical
the Electrical Codes will be covered as they pertain to these two types of       wiring skills, a basic understanding of series and parallel circuits, general
installation. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ECNT 2563, ECNT 2553. Offered           component recognition and understanding, and basic soldering procedures.
in the spring semester.                                                          This course will serve as an introduction to industrial electrical controls.
                                                                                 Theory/Lab. Corequisite: MATh 1513.




                                                                                
ETDE 1243                                                                           ETDE 1363
Dc Electronics and Metrology.                                                       Electronic Devices & Standards.
  Students learn to apply DC principles and analysis to solve parameters of          Students learn to identify, specify, and troubleshoot electronic devices
electronic circuits and related systems. Measurements will be made with             used in power supplies, amplifiers, oscillators, sensor circuits, electro-
volt meters, amp meters, and ohm meters. Students are introduced to the             optical, and industrial control circuits. Students learn how to research and
science of measurements; to help master metrology learners complete a               use manufacturer specification sheets. Device measurements are made with
course project related to measurements. Students learn to draw and interpret        multimeters, oscilloscopes, frequency counters and other test equipment.
electrical/electronic symbols, diagrams and schematics in accordance with           Students are introduced to standards development for measurements and
industry standards. Through application, analysis, and presentations each           devices. An overview of professional organizations such as American
learner will demonstrate mastery of basic electrical/electronic principles and      National Standards Institute, International Standards Organization, and
technical reporting. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 1133, MATh 1513.                National Institute of Standards and Technology is included. Students
                                                                                    complete a course project integrating devices into a working system.
ETDE 1253                                                                           Technical reports and presentations are vital components of the course.
Electrical/Electronic Devices.                                                      Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDE 1243 and ETDE 1263.
  Each learner will identify, use, troubleshoot and select electrical/electronic
                                                                                    ETDE 1373
devices such as transformers, relays, switches, lamps, circuit breakers,
fuses, diodes, transistors, resistors, capacitors, inductors, power supplies        Digital Systems & Microcontrollers.
and related frequency counters and other test equipment. Learners will                This course introduces digital logic, number systems, and circuits as
draw and interpret industry standards. Through application and analysis             they relate to computing, memory, and control systems. Topics include:
each learner will demonstrate mastery of basic electrical/electronic devices.       numbering systems, logic gates, flip-flops, counters, shift registers,
Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDE 1133, ETDG 1143.                                    latches, decoders, multiplexers, interfaces, displays, I/O, and timing
                                                                                    circuits. Students learn how to research and use manufacturer specification
ETDE 1263                                                                           sheets. Students learn computer communication systems, communication
Ac Electronic and Photonics.                                                        standards, and troubleshooting. Microprocessors, microcontrollers, and
  Students learn to apply AC principles and analysis to solve parameters of         embedded systems are introduced. Students complete a course project
electronic circuits and related systems. Wavelength and phase angles are            using a microcontroller that demonstrates hardware control and software
introduced as a more complex form of signal analysis. As an introduction to         programming. Technical reports and presentations are vital components of
Photonics, students learn optoelectronic sources and detectors that operate         the course. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 1363.
in the UV, IR, and visible wavelengths. Measurements are made with
                                                                                    ETDE 2113
multimeters, oscilloscopes, frequency counters and other test equipment.
Students learn to draw and interpret electrical/electronic symbols, diagrams        Introduction to PLcs.
and schematics in accordance with industry standards. Through application            This is an introductory course in programmable logic controllers (PLCs)
and analysis each learner will demonstrate mastery of basic electrical/             and their applications. Topics include ladder logic diagrams, input and
electronic practices as well as construct and troubleshoot circuits and             output modules, power supplies, surge protection, selection and installation
complete a course project with lasers. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: MATh               of controllers, and interfacing controllers with equipment. Upon successful
1513. Corequisite: MATh 1613.                                                       completion, the student should be able to install PLCs and create basic
                                                                                    programs. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 1343.
ETDE 1273
Electronic control Devices.                                                         ETDE 2123
  This course introduces the student to a wide range of electronic                  PLc Applications.
devices and industrial automatic controls. Emphasis is placed on motor               This is an advanced course in programmable logic controllers (PLCs)
speed/position control and programmable devices. Topics include                     and their applications in industrial environments. Topics include advanced
specialized switches, sensors, stepper motors, stepper motor controllers,           programming, networking, specialty I/O modules, reading and interpreting
variable frequency drives, and control systems common to the industrial             error codes, and troubleshooting. Upon successful completion, the student
environment. Upon completion, the learner will be able to install,                  should be able to program and troubleshoot PLC systems and related
troubleshoot, and program variable frequency drives and stepper control             control devices. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 2113.
systems. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 1363.
                                                                                    ETDE 2133
ETDE 1333                                                                           Instrumentation.
Industrial Electrical Systems.                                                       This course focuses on the fundamentals of industrial instrumentation.
  This course introduces the tools and materials used in electrical                 Topics include the operation and calibration of electric, electronic and
installations and the requirements of the National Electrical Code.                 pneumatic instruments, as well as the basic physical laws of temperature,
Topics include: the NEC, electrical safety, electrical blueprint reading,           pressure, flow and level. Upon successful completion, the student should be
lighting, over-current protection, conductors, branch circuits, transformer         able to design, install, maintain and calibrate basic instruments and control
connections, conduits, and the installation of electrical distribution              devices. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDE 1243, ETDE 1263.
equipment. Upon completion, students should be able to properly install/
troubleshoot conduit systems, electrical wiring, and electrical distributions       ETDE 2143
equipment associated with basic electrical installations. Theory/Lab.               Process Measurement and control.
Corequisite: ETDE 1263.                                                               This is an advanced course to electronic/pneumatic instrumentation
                                                                                    devices commonly used in process measurement and control systems.
ETDE 1343
                                                                                    Topics include electrical and mechanical transducers/transmitters used
Electrical Motors and controls.                                                     in the measurement and control of the following process variables:
  This course introduces the fundamental concepts of electrical motors              temperature, pressure, flow, level and position. Upon successful completion,
and associated electrical controls. Topics include: ladder diagrams,                the student should be able to design, install, maintain and calibrate process
schematic diagrams, contactors, motor starters, control relays, timing              measurement and control systems. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 2133,
relays, pilot control devices, AC/DC motors and related control devices.            ETDE 2113.
Upon completion, students should be able to properly select, install
and troubleshoot motors and associated control systems. Theory/Lab.
Prerequisite: ETDE1333.


                                                                                   
ETDE 2153                                                                         ETDE 3133
Digital Design.                                                                   Process Measurement and control.
  This course focuses on the design of electronic systems using integrated          This is an advanced course electronic/pneumatic instrumentation devices
circuits. Topics include encoding/decoding, smart displays, memory                commonly used in process measurement and control systems. Students
devices, bus architecture and A/D conversion. Upon successful completion,         work in a teaming environment to apply various control methodologies (i.e.,
the student should be able to design and build a digital electronic system        PID, etc.) to monitor and control process variables in solving real world
for authentic, industry-related applications. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE      problems. Upon successful completion, the student will be able to design,
1373.                                                                             install, maintain and calibrate process measurement and control systems.
                                                                                  Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDE 2113, ETDE 3123.
ETDE 2163
Microprocessor controllers.                                                       ETDE 3143
  This course focuses on microprocessor controller applications. Topics           PLc Applications.
include system design, programming, debugging and interfacing. Upon                This is an advanced course in programmable logic controllers (PLCs)
successful completion, the student should be able to design, build and            and their applications in industrial environments. Topics include advanced
program a single-board computer system for authentic, industry-related            programming, networking, specialty I/O modules, reading and interpreting
applications. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 1373.                                error codes, and troubleshooting. Upon successful completion, the student
                                                                                  should be able to program and troubleshoot PLC systems and related
ETDE 2193                                                                         control devices. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 2113.
Ac/Dc circuit Analysis.
                                                                                  ETDE 3223
  Introduction to the field of electronics. Students will survey electrical
and electronic DC and AC principles, components, instruments, industry            Industrial Networks.
applications, and related careers. Students will learn principles such as           In this course, students learn the fundamentals of local area networks and
Ohm’s law of voltage, current, and resistance, Kirchhoff’s distribution laws,     their operation in the industrial control environment. Topics include the
Watt’s power laws and Electromagnetism. Students will learn sinusoidal            characteristics of network topologies, system hardware (repeaters, bridges,
waveforms and formulas, superimposed AC with DC, capacitance,                     routers, gateways), system configuration, and installation and administration
inductance, reactance, impedance, resonance, non-sinusoidal waveforms,            of the LAN. Upon completion, students will be able to install, maintain,
phase angles, and transformer action. Students will learn concepts,               and manage typical industrial control networks. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite:
applications, and troubleshooting of series, parallel, and series-parallel        ETDE 3243.
circuits. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  ETDE 3243
ETDE 2213                                                                         Network Operating Systems.
National Electrical codes (NEc).                                                    In this course, students learn about computer hardware and software.
  This course covers the use of the current National Electrical Code. Topics      They will learn about computer networks and database systems relating to
include the NEC history, wiring methods, over-current protection, materials,      industrial systems. They will learn to implement, maintain and troubleshoot
and other related topics. Emphasis is placed on sections of the National          distributed industrial systems. Topics include: network and distributed
Electrical Code related to calculations. Theory.                                  operating systems, their installation, operation , usage and administration,
                                                                                  memory management, I/O, security, processes and process management.
ETDE 2253                                                                         Theory/Lab.
Hydraulics & Pneumatics.
                                                                                  ETDE 3406
  This course covers hydraulic principles, types of hydraulic fluids and
their characteristics. Describes components of the hydraulic system and           Internship.
their functions, including filters and strainers, reservoirs and accumulators,      An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
pumps, piping, tubing and hoses, control valves, relief valves, and actuating     which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in
devices. Covers a variety of operating principles of reciprocating, positive      their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
displacement, rotary, and dynamic air compressors. Covers primary and             industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and
secondary air treatment. Includes valves, logic devices, cylinders, and air       school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: ETD 2411 or the division chair’s
motors. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 1343.                                      approval; recommendation by an ETD faculty member; and have completed
                                                                                  a minimum of 100 credit hours, including all previously required technical
ETDE 3113                                                                         courses. In addition student must have a minimum 2.0 retention GPA.
Electronic control Devices.
                                                                                  ETDE 3412
  This course introduces the student to a wide range of electronic
devices and industrial automatic controls. Emphasis is placed on motor            Internship.
speed/position control and programmable devices. Topics include                     An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
specialized switches, sensors, stepper motors, stepper motor controllers,         which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in
variable frequency drives, and control systems common to the industrial           their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
environment. Upon completion, the learner will be able to install,                industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and
troubleshoot, and program variable frequency drives and stepper control           school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: ETD 2411 or division chair
systems. Students will also analyze how variable speed drives save energy         approval; recommendation by an ETD faculty member; and have completed
and maintenance costs in industrial applications. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite:       a minimum of 100 credit hours including all previously required technical
ETDE 1363.                                                                        courses. In addition student must have a minimum 2.0 retention GPA.

ETDE 3123                                                                         ETDE 4233
Instrumentation.                                                                  Liquid and Gas Flow Measurement.
 This course focuses on the fundamentals of industrial instrumentation.            This course covers theory of operation, advantages/disadvantage and
Topics include the operation and calibration of electric, electronic and          provides guidelines for selection and use of liquid and gas flow meters.
pneumatic instruments, as well as the basic physical laws of temperature,         Topics include: methods and equipment that are used for accurate
pressure, flow and level. Upon successful completion, the student will be         calibration, gas and liquid flow calculations, fluid properties, and the use of
able to design, install, maintain and calibrate basic instruments and control     primary and secondary flow standards. Upon completion, students should
devices. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 1363.


                                                                                 
be able to install, maintain, and design fluid measurement systems. Theory/     ENGT 2524
Lab. Prerequisite: ETDE 3133.                                                   Piping Drafting and Design.
ETDE 4313                                                                         This course covers the principles of piping systems function and design,
                                                                                preparation of pipe drawings from sketches and specifications, bills of
Distributed control Systems.
                                                                                material handling and preparation. It also includes introduction to heat
This course will cover the practical applications of distributed control        exchangers, calculation of pipe and equipment for drawings and design
systems (DCS). Included is the relationship between programmable logic          requirements using industry standards. Theory/Lab.
controllers and the DCS. Further included is the importance of the human
machine interface (hMI) and advanced control strategies. Theory/Lab.            ENGT 2864
Prerequisites: ETDE 3223, ETDE 3243.                                            civil Drafting and Design.
                                                                                  This course emphasizes basic surveying theory and civil design concepts.
ENGINEERING GRAPHIcS TEcHNOLOGy                                                 It also includes applications of standard surveying calculations, mapping
(ENGT)                                                                          conventions and map interpretation, preparation of maps and plats;
                                                                                interpretation of survey notes and legal land descriptions; surveying
                                                                                methods and their impact on map construction. Theory/Lab.
ENGT 1116
Technical Drawing I.                                                            ENGT 2874
  The use of orthographic projection, instrumental drawing, point, line,        Advanced civil Drafting and Design.
plane identities, first and second auxiliaries and computer aided drafting        A continued presentation of civil design concepts to include survey data,
fundamentals in technical drawings are contained within this course.            coordinate geometry (COGO), terrain modeling and site development
Theory/Lab.                                                                     through the use of specialized civil design software. This project based
                                                                                course utilizes industry standards to guide the development of plans.
ENGT 1133
                                                                                Theory/Lab.
Autocad Fundamentals.
 This fundamentals course will examine the use of computer systems and
software as a drafting tool, as well as the creation of geometrical shapes,
                                                                                ENGINEERING TEcHNOLOGy (ETD)
parts and drawings using AutoCad. The application of ANSI Standards to          ETD 0113
engineering drawings is also studied. Theory/Lab.                               Fundamentals of Problem Solving.
ENGT 1163                                                                         This is a fundamental course designed to expose students to an
                                                                                engineering problem solving process model. The course will enhance
cAD System Management.
                                                                                student success in Engineering Technology programs by focusing on
 This course will consist of an Introduction to Computers to include:           development of active learning, critical thinking, communication skills,
Windows, local area networks and application of computers to CAD                team concepts, and an appreciation for multidisciplinary problem solving.
systems. The course will also include computer hardware components and          Theory/Lab.
problem solving techniques. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                ETD 1153
ENGT 1203
                                                                                Introduction to Industrial Operations.
Microstation Fundamentals.
                                                                                  Students work in teams to solve problems structured around Engineering
 Drawings will be created from sketches, notes and pictorial drawings           Technology projects that include electrical/electronics, manufacturing
using MicroStation CAD software. Theory/Lab.                                    and computer-aided drafting and design. Students learn to systematically
ENGT 2214                                                                       analyze social, organizational and technological systems, including values
                                                                                and practices of a high-performance corporate culture. Students practice
Machine Drafting and Design.                                                    safety procedures associated with industrial operations, while performing
 Problem solving and an introduction to the design process form the basis       standard workplace duties in an authentic learning environment. Theory/
of this course. It also emphasizes machine design, manufacturing process        Lab. Corequisites: ETD 1163, SPCh 2313.
and related problems, jigs and fixtures, gears and cams and fabrication and
development of details and assembly drawings with associated tolerances.        ETD 1163
Theory/Lab.                                                                     Workplace Management.
ENGT 2314                                                                         Through independent problem solving and calculated risk taking, students
                                                                                develop skills for dealing with ambiguous change. Students identify the
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.                                         necessity of good customer relations. While building on foundations of
 A study of modern tolerancing concepts, interpretation, and expression of      electrical/electronics, manufacturing and computer-aided drafting and
modern tolerancing techniques, measuring devices used in manufacturing          design in an authentic environment, students gain an understanding of the
processes, blueprint reading skills pertaining to machine and mechanical        business management aspects of a high-performance corporation. Theory/
drawing, form, location of part features and inspection of parts.               Lab. Corequisites: ETD 1153, SPCh 2313.
Engineering standards for this course are ANSI, AShE Y14.5 and ISO
R1101. Theory/Lab.                                                              ETD 2083
                                                                                Applied Research Topics in Nanoscience.
ENGT 2323
                                                                                  This is an individual guided study completed online during the student’s
Introduction to cAD.                                                            internship and under the supervision of an instructor. Study projects may
  Emphasis will be on forces acting on bodies at rest: forces, moments of       be undertaken in any area of nanotechnology that is compatible with the
force, distributed forces, reactions, free-body diagrams, friction, internal    student’s internship. Study project may be on-campus or off-campus at the
forces and moments of inertia. Given forces acting on a static member,          internship site. The student must explore an area of nanotechnology that
students will calculate component forces, find resultant of concurrent          has a career interest or focus on more expertise than received during normal
and non-concurrent forces and calculate moment of a force. Theory.              courses. Theory/Lab.
Prerequisites: MATh 1613, PhYS 1114.




                                                                               
ETD 2090 (1-9 credit hours)                                                      ETD 3011
Special Projects.                                                                Project Management-Time and cost Management.
 This is an individual study course under the supervision of an instructor.       In this course, students learn the context and importance of project
Projects may be undertaken in any area of the engineering technology field       management. Students will apply the fundamentals of time and cost
with credit hours determined by the level and amount of effort required.         management utilizing projects assigned in their technical classes for that
Theory/Lab.                                                                      semester. Theory/Lab.

ETD 2092                                                                         ETD 3021
Special Projects in Nanotechnology.                                              Project Management-Scope and communication
 This is an individual guided study under the supervision of an instructor.      Management.
Projects may be undertaken on a topic related to the student’s internship or       In this course, students learn the context and importance of project
other approved area. The focus of the project will be to expand the student’s    management. Students will apply the fundamentals of scope and
knowledge and competency in nanotechnology. Theory/Lab.                          communication management utilizing projects assigned in their technical
                                                                                 classes for that semester. Theory/Lab.
ETD 2306
Internship.                                                                      ETD 3031
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education        Project Management-Risk and quality
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in         Management.
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with         In this course, students learn the context and importance of project
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and         management. Students will apply the fundamentals of risk and quality
school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: ETD 2411 or the division chair’s     management utilizing projects assigned in their technical classes for that
approval; recommendation by an ETD faculty member; and have completed            semester. Theory/Lab.
a minimum of 100 credit hours, including all previously required technical
courses. In addition student must have a minimum 2.0 retention GPA.              ETD 3093
ETD 2401                                                                         Special Projects.
                                                                                   This course is designed to allow students an opportunity to gain
Pre-Internship Seminar.
                                                                                 fundamental knowledge and skill in the area of gas and flow measurement.
  This course is usually offered by arrangement and is a series of seminars      Focus will be placed on the design and implementation of a gas flow loop
scheduled to ensure that each student is prepared to gain the full benefit of    that includes devices such as pressure, flow, temperature transmitters,
the internship experience. The design of the course will ensure: the student     compressors, gas chromatographs and related equipment. Theory/Lab.
has completed all preliminary coursework and assignments, the necessary
documents are in place for the internship, and industry will provide a           ETD 3412
quality work-based and academic experience. The student will be briefed on       Internship.
requirements both before and during the internship. Theory. Prerequisites:
                                                                                   An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
The student must have completed a minimum of 45 credit hours, including
                                                                                 which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in
all previously required technical courses. In addition, the student must have
                                                                                 their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
a minimum 2.0 retention GPA.
                                                                                 industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and
ETD 2411                                                                         school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: ETD 2411 or the division chair’s
                                                                                 approval; recommendation by an ETD faculty member; and have completed
Employment Exploration.
                                                                                 a minimum of 100 credit hours, including all previously required technical
  Students will develop effective resume and cover letter writing skills         courses. In addition student must have a minimum 2.0 retention GPA.
as well as interview techniques. This course is intended to assist students
with focusing on their search for full time employment (AAS students) or         ETD 4016
internship opportunities (BT students). Theory/Lab.                              Internship.
ETD 2421                                                                           An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
                                                                                 which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in
Safety Applications.
                                                                                 their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with
  Students will learn OShA regulations and practice safety procedures in         industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry and
the following areas: hazard recognition and control, materials handling,         school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: ETD 2411 or the division chair’s
flammables, fire protection, electrical satety, machine guarding, confined       approval; recommendation by an ETD faculty member; and have completed
spaces, personal protective equipment, accident investigation and reporting,     a minimum of 100 credit hours, including all previously required technical
lock out tag out, and general first aid. Theory/Lab.                             courses. In addition student must have a minimum 2.0 retention GPA.
ETD 2806                                                                         ETD 4413
Internship.                                                                      capstone.
  An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education          The Capstone course is the culminating student experience in Engineering
which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in         Technologies. The course utilizes applied research projects identified
their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance with        during student internships. Students will work in teams to investigate
industry standards and guidelines and will be supervised by industry             alternative for real problems which have the potential to increase employer
and school representatives. Lab. Prerequisites: ETD 2411 or the division         productivity. The student teams will analyze potential, design alternative
chair’s approval; recommendation by an ETD faculty member; and have              solutions, test the most viable alternative, interpret the findings, document
completed a minimum of two semesters of related course work, including           the best practices and promote deployment back to employers. Faculty
all previously required technical courses. In addition student must have a       assists students in the design and conduct of their applied research efforts.
minimum 2.0 retention GPA.                                                       Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: Taken in the semester of graduation or the
                                                                                 division chair’s approval and the student must have a minimum 2.0
                                                                                 retention GPA.




                                                                                
ELEcTRIcAL ENGINEERING                                                           ETDG 1333
TEcHNOLOGy (EET)                                                                 Residential Design.
                                                                                   The theory and preparation of construction documents for residential
EET 3104                                                                         structures including problems in basic architectural design, space planning,
Elements of Electricity and Electronics                                          materials, human factors and environmental issues related to architectural
  Students will learn elements of electrical engineering; AC and DC circuits,    design. Generation of floor plan(s), foundation plan, exterior elevations and
mesh and node formulation of network equations, steady-state response to         roof plan. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDG 1143.
sinusoids, energy, power and power factor. Theory. Prerequisite: none.           ETDG 2203
                                                                                 Introduction to GIS.
ENGINEERING GRAPHIcS TEcHNOLOGy                                                    Each learner will use AutoCAD Map to gather, analyze, compile and
(ETDG)                                                                           manipulate data to create accurate, and fully integrated Geographic
ETDG 1143                                                                        Information Systems (GIS) mapping projects. Theory/Lab.
Introduction to Design/Drafting.                                                 ETDG 2223
  Students will learn basic use and application of AutoCAD as a drafting         Piping Drafting and Design.
tool through the creation of geometrical shapes, parts, drawings, and              This course covers the principles of piping systems function and design,
electrical symbols and schematics. Students will also gain a basic               preparation of pipe drawings from sketches and specifications, bills of
understanding of the fields of civil, mechanical, and architectural design       material handling and preparation. It also includes introduction of heat
and drafting. Students must be enrolled in Intermediate Algebra or higher.       exchangers, calculation of pipe and equipment for drawings and design
Theory/Lab.                                                                      requirements using industry standards. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDG
ETDG 1193                                                                        1253, ETDG 1193.
Applied AutocAD.                                                                 ETDG 2293
  Each learner will produce geometric figures using basic AutoCAD                Mechanical Design.
drawing and editing commands, and progress to advanced AutoCAD                    This course focuses on the design of machine systems using the
features that enhance productivity and accuracy. Drawings will be scaled         principles of mechanical design ergonomics, economics and production
and plotted according to industry standards. All learners will use the           processes. Students increase their drafting and design competency through
Windows operating system to manage drawing files, and will compare               development of detail and assembly drawings and associated technical
their time on a project with the minimum acceptable time allotted to a           documents. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDG 1253, ETDG 1193.
practicing technician for completion of the same task. In order to improve
life-long learning skills, the learner will use written or on-line resources     ETDG 2423
to independently determine a solution when presented with an unknown             SolidWorks.
concept. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDG 1143.
                                                                                   Students use SolidWorks, a mechanical design automation software
ETDG 1253                                                                        to create parametric, solid models of parts and assemblies, taking into
                                                                                 consideration design intent and file naming conventions. Mechanical
Technical Drawing.
                                                                                 assemblies and detail drawings are derived from individual solid parts.
  Using visualization skills and considering spatial relationships each          Solid model part files are converted to an appropriate format for use in
learner will create technical drawings that include orthographic, section and    manufacturing processes. Theory/Lab.
auxiliary views. Complete dimensioned drawings will be created according
ANSI and other industry standards. Using Microsoft software, all learners        ETDG 2443
will produce a bill of material, calculate unit conversions and perform          Mechanical and Electrical Systems for Buildings.
Internet research. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDG 1143.
                                                                                   Students will develop schedules, plans, sections and details for hVAC,
ETDG 1283                                                                        electrical, and plumbing design problems. hVAC design problems will
                                                                                 include the layout and routing of ductwork systems, piping systems and
Mechanical Drafting.
                                                                                 various related equipment. Electrical design problems will focus on power
 Problem solving and an introduction to the design process form the basis        requirements and restrictions for commercial buildings. Students will
of this course. It also emphasizes machine design, manufacturing process         produce riser diagrams and detail drawings for water and drainage systems.
and related problems, jugs and fixtures, gears and cams, and fabrication and     Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDG 2683.
development of details and assembly drawings with associated tolerances.
Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDG 1143, ETDG 1193, ETDG 1253.                      ETDG 2573
ETDG 1313                                                                        Basic Fluid Power.
                                                                                   The student gains basic competency in fluid power concepts through a
3D Modeling and Rendering.
                                                                                 series of practical applications that include theory and application. Students
  Given a two-dimensional sketch or drawing, each learner will create three-     will use their knowledge of standard hydraulic symbols, component design
dimensional object using CAD software, and extract two-dimensional views         and application, fluid power system considerations, design and operation
from that object. All learners will query the database of a three-dimensional    to develop a comprehensive set of drawings and associated documentation.
model for mass property information. Basic shading, rendering and lighting       Theory/Lab.
techniques will be applied to three-dimensional objects while utilizing
AutoCAD, and 3D Studio VIZ. Theory/Lab. Corequisite: ETDG 1193.                  ETDG 2623
ETDG 1323                                                                        Building Structures.
                                                                                   Students create construction documents of structural steel framework
cAD customization.
                                                                                 and support systems of commercial and industrial buildings using their
  Each learner will customize a CAD software package through the creation        own design for beam-to-girder and beam-to-column connections. Students
of menus and toolbars, writing basic programs, and through the production        calculate dimensional and design information using the Manual of Steel
of a slide show. All learners will convert drawing formats for use on the        Construction as a reference. Students create fabrication drawings of the
internet and with other application software. Theory/Lab.                        individual components of framework and support systems of buildings for
                                                                                 manufacturing and delivery to the construction site. Theory/Lab.



                                                                                
ETDG 2643                                                                         ENGL 1033
Parametric Drafting & Design.                                                     Technical Writing I.
 In this course students will use integrated Parametric CAD software to             This course focuses on the writing process and strategies for improving
model and design mechanical and machine parts and assemblies. Theory/             writing. The emphasis is on clear, concise writing for specific audiences and
Lab.                                                                              for specific purposes. The assignments and activities reflect real-world work
                                                                                  situations and writing requirements such as letters and memoranda. Theory.
ETDG 2653                                                                         Note: available online.
civil Technology Sciences.
                                                                                  ENGL 1113
 In this course students will learn to calculate flow rates, and velocities
of water in a given hydraulic system, evaluate the need for storm sewer           Freshman composition I.
systems, culverts, and detention ponds from given environmental                     This course focuses on the writing process and strategies for improving
conditions, and design storm sewer systems, and components, including size        writing. The assignments reflect the fundamentals of expository writing
and slope. Theory/Lab.                                                            with an emphasis on structure, organization and style. The course offers
                                                                                  a brief review of grammar and punctuation, a study of sentence structure
ETDG 2663                                                                         and practice writing paragraphs and compositions. Theory. Note: available
civil Technology Applications.                                                    online.
  The objectives of this course are to acclimate the students to the field of
                                                                                  ENGL 1213
civil drafting, including standard procedures, dimensioning conventions,
converting field notes to drawings, and project documentation. The students       Freshman composition II.
will also focus on the techniques of putting together a well organized set of       This course continues to focus on patterns of developmental and
drawings, instead of focusing on each drawing being independent. Theory/          expository writing, seeking to hone the writing skills learned in English
Lab. Prerequisite: ETDG 1153.                                                     1113, as well as research skills and persuasive writing. The emphasis is on
                                                                                  technique, style and form. Theory. Prerequisite: ENGL 1113 or division
ETDG 2683                                                                         chair approval. Note: available online.
commercial Architecture.
                                                                                  ENGL 2033
  Students use architectural theories to design an aesthetic and structurally
sound, light commercial building. Students apply drafting standards to            Technical Writing II.
produce construction documents while maintaining ADA specifications                This course continues the emphasis on the writing process taught in
for the purpose of building a commercial structure. The finished building         ENGL 1033 and includes a brief review of composition techniques. The
design is presented as a fly-through presentation using an animation              assignments include various types of technical reports with emphasis
software package. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDG 1253.                            on preparation, data collection and research, organization, style, format,
                                                                                  graphics, technical descriptions and formal report writing. Theory.
ETDG 2953                                                                         Prerequisite: ENGL 1033 or ENGL 1113; or division chair approval. Note:
contract Specifications and Documents.                                            available online.
 Students will study and interpret construction plans, shop drawings,
                                                                                  ENGL 2413
contract documents, specifications, scheduling, and estimating relative to
construction operations. Students will learn the purpose and use of A.I.S.C.,     Introduction to Literature.
A.S.T.M., A.S.M.E., A.C.I., and C.S.I. standards in civil design applications.     This course provides a study in fiction, drama/film, and poetry. Written
Theory. Co-requisite: ETDG 2663.                                                  critical exercises and discussion. Theory. Note: available online.

ETDG 2963                                                                         ENGL 2543
Thermodynamics.                                                                   Survey of English Literature I.
  Students will investigate basic scientific principles of energy and the          Selected reading of major English writers to 1800. A survey of key works,
behavior of substances as related to engines and systems. Topics of study         authors, genres, literary history and criticism. Theory.
include: Gas laws, vapors and engine cycles. Theory. Prerequisites: MATh
2123, PhYS 1214, ChEM 1314.                                                       ENGL 2653
                                                                                  Survey of English Literature II.
ETDG 3143
                                                                                   Selected reading of major English writers from 1800 to present. A survey
Transportation.                                                                   of key works, authors, genres, literary history and criticism. Theory.
 Students will analyze, design, and test all facets of modern roadway
designs, including the structural, sub-base, materials, and traffic               ENGL 2773
components. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDG 3223, GENT 2503, GENT                 Survey of American Literature I.
3003.                                                                               An introduction to the works of the chief American writers from colonial
                                                                                  days through the Civil War, with attention both to the historical context and
ENGLISH (ENGL)                                                                    to selected works chosen for close analysis. Theory. Note: available online.

ENGL 0143                                                                         ENGL 2883
English Fundamentals.                                                             Survey of American Literature II.
  This course reviews the fundamentals of English, including grammar,              An introduction to the works of the chief American writers from the
standard usage, spelling, punctuation, and basic writing skills. This is          Civil War to the present, with attention both to the historical context and to
a competency-based course and the student’s COMPASS test scores                   selected works chosen for close analysis. Theory. Note: available online.
determine placement. This course prepares students for entry into a college-
level English course and does not count toward graduation or any degree           ENGL 3323
program. Theory.                                                                  Technical Writing III.
                                                                                    This course reviews the basics of technical writing and recognizable
                                                                                  workplace formats. The course also focuses on the ethical and accurate
                                                                                  transfer of information to technical and non-technical audiences, problem
                                                                                  solving strategies, critical thinking skills, revision and editing strategies,



                                                                                 
as well as using visual aids to convey accurate information. Theory.             GAM 2113
Prerequisites: ENGL 1213 or ENGL 2033; or division chair approval.               Electronic Games Management.
                                                                                   This course covers the basics of management focusing on departmental
GAMING (GAM)                                                                     responsibilities and operating procedures. Emphasis will be on supervising
                                                                                 shift managers, slot mechanics, EG techs, floor persons, electronic game
GAM 1103
                                                                                 cashiers and coin room managers. Topics will include electronic game
Introduction to Native American/Oklahoma                                         drops, count room, jackpot fills and credits. Theory.
Gaming.
                                                                                 GAM 2123
  This course covers the evolution of American Indian gaming and its
influence on tribal self-determination. historical, legal, economic, social/     Supervision and Protection of casino Games II.
cultural and regulatory impact of legalized gaming on Indian Nations and          This course is an in-depth examination of the various methods used to
Oklahoma will be examined. Theory.                                               protect casino table games. Reviews and examines possible ways that
                                                                                 cheating can occur. Included are methods of detection and internal controls
GAM 1123                                                                         used by the casino. Theory. Prerequisite: GAM 1123.
Supervision and Protection of casino Games I.
                                                                                 GAM 2133
  This course will focus on basic gaming form, electronic game slots and
table games, observation of suspicious activity and breaches of policy           Hospitality Marketing.
procedure. Theory.                                                                This course teaches strategies for marketing and decision making in the
                                                                                 hospitality industry. Emphasis will be on customer identification, consumer
GAM 1133                                                                         behavior, competition, product promotion, and place and pricing strategy.
Basic Games Operations.                                                          Theory.
  This course will focus on the basic understanding of rules and regulations
                                                                                 GAM 2143
for roulette, electronic games, blackjack, and casino carnival type games.
Understanding the various personnel roles, duties and their functions will       Basic Room Operations.
also be covered. Theory.                                                          This course teaches the basic understanding of camera systems and
                                                                                 operations, policy and procedures for the various geographical areas of the
GAM 1233                                                                         casino, and observation techniques. Theory.
customer Service Strategies.
                                                                                 GAM 2203
 This course examines the role and responsibilities of casino employees in
building quality guest relationships that create customer satisfaction as well   casino Mathematics.
as exploring the functions of customer service employees in hospitality           This course applies mathematic principles specific to casino operations
business. Theory.                                                                and game control. It will include a review of arithmetic, analysis of odds/
                                                                                 probabilities relative to casino games, and basic accounting and reporting
GAM 1243                                                                         procedures. Theory.
Survey of casino Games.
                                                                                 GAM 2213
 This course is an introduction to casino games. Topics include electronic
gaming, table gaming, probability theory, and fraud detection. It is an          Native American Gaming Law.
understanding of the philosophy and basic techniques of various casino             This course will focus on the various local, state and federal regulatory
games. Theory.                                                                   processes, including compacts, gaming, ordinances and internal control
                                                                                 regulations. Theory.
GAM 1313
Gaming Advertising.                                                              GAM 2223
 This course focuses on creating, coordinating and integrating advertising,      Player Trends and Tracking.
public relations and marketing activities as well as developing and                This course will examine the various methods that casinos use to monitor
presenting a gaming campaign. Theory.                                            patrons transactions and data reports that are used to study the trends of
                                                                                 frequent players through technology based systems. Player tracking will be
GAM 1323                                                                         discussed as a marketing tool for the casino. The benefits of trend data will
Beverage Management.                                                             be studied to identify under performing games. Theory.
 This course teaches practical skills and knowledge for effective food and
                                                                                 GAM 2233
beverage service in a casino environment. Topics include basic sanitation
and safety, greeting and service of guests, styles of service, and handling      Public Relations.
complaints. Upon completion, student should be able to demonstrate                 This course is designed to integrate knowledge and skills into the critical
appropriate human relation and technical skills in the service of foods and      thinking process required for corporate level decision-making by studying
beverages to develop customer satisfaction. Theory.                              and presenting issues related to casino management. Development of a
                                                                                 framework and format for effective operations of a service sector business
GAM 1413                                                                         will be included. Theory.
Introduction to the casino Industry.
                                                                                 GAM 2303
  This course introduces the various segments of the gaming industry.
Major topics include a review of the historical background of gaming and         Techniques of casino Dealing.
the evolution of the different types of gaming, including class II and III,       This is a hands-on training course designed to teach dealing skills.
lottery, riverboat, conventional and Native American gaming. Theory.             Emphasis will be on procedures, customer service and game protection.
                                                                                 Theory.
GAM 2103
casino Operations Management.                                                    GAM 2313
  This course gives an overview of the history and development of the            Native American Gaming Regulations and
gaming industry. Basic casino managerial techniques are covered with             compliance.
an emphasis on protection of casino games; staffing, labor/management             This course introduces the laws and regulations related to the gaming
relations; and floor, pit and shift supervision. Theory.



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industry within the United States with specific focus on Native American         the solution of specific design problems. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ChEM
gaming in Oklahoma. An examination of Compact Agreements between                 1314, GENT 2323.
Native American Tribes and Oklahoma and their impact on Native
American gaming operations will be included. Theory.                             GENT 3323
                                                                                 Strength of Materials.
GAM 2323
                                                                                   This course covers the analysis of stress and deformation of deformable
Supervision.                                                                     bodies under the action of forces and the design and selection of tension
 This course teaches the application of strategies and the transition to a       and compression members, such as shafts and beams. Topics of study
contemporary front-line leadership role including day-to-day operations,         include stress and strain, hook’s Law, mechanical properties of engineering
analysis, delegation, controlling, staffing, leadership, problem solving, team   materials, torsion, bending, and buckling theory. Prerequisites: GENT 2323,
skills, and training. Theory.                                                    MATh 2123.
GAM 2413                                                                         GENT 3433
casino Security.                                                                 Thermodynamics.
  This course is designed to familiarize individuals with the various types        Students will investigate basic scientific principles of energy and the
of security measures used in the casino industry to protect the agency           behavior of substances as related to engines and systems. Topics of study
from loss and maintain the integrity of the games. In addition to providing      include gas laws, vapors and engine cycles. Theory. Prerequisites: ChEM
information relative to typical cheating methods in each game, the course        1314, GENT 3003, MATh 2123, PhYS 1214.
will also provide information relative to the legal aspects of surveillance.
Theory.
                                                                                 GENERAL STUDIES (GEN)
GAM 2423                                                                         GEN 2090 (1-9 credit hours)
Introduction to Hospitality Management.                                          Special Projects.
  This course provides a basic understanding of the hospitality industry,         Individual study under the supervision of an instructor with credit hours to
including hotels, restaurants, casinos, casino hotels, institutions,             be arranged. Projects relevant to the student’s major area of study may be
consulting firms, and travel agencies. The course will also cover industry       selected. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.
opportunities; and guest needs will be discussed. Theory.

GENERAL BUSINESS (GBUS)                                                          GEOLOGy (GEOL)
                                                                                 GEOL 1014
GBUS 2313
                                                                                 Earth Science.
Supervisory Management.
                                                                                  This course is the study of sciences related to Earth and our solar system
 This course covers problems of first-line managers as well as skills            – geology, meteorology, oceanography, and astronomy. Theory. Notes:
needed to lead, coordinate, direct and control the work of others to achieve     available online; Physical Science elective.
organizational goals. Theory. Prerequisite: PSYC 1113 or PSYC 2313; or
division chair approval.
                                                                                 GENERAL TEcHNOLOGy (cS, GTAc,
GBUS 2090 (1-9 credit hours)                                                     GTAU, GTcT, GTET, GTGE, GTHE, GTIT)
Special Projects.
                                                                                 CS 1013
 This is an individual study course under the supervision of an instructor.
Projects may be undertaken in any area of the business field with credit         computer Literacy & Applications.
hours determined by the level and amount of effort required. Theory/Lab.           This course is an applied exploration of personal computing in which
                                                                                 students learn system operation and maintenance, Internet technologies, and
                                                                                 primary desktop applications. Theory/Lab.
GENERAL ENGINEERING
TEcHNOLOGy(GENT)                                                                 GTAC 1503
GENT 2323                                                                        Basic Refrigeration.
                                                                                   This course emphasizes principles of basic refrigeration for non-air
Statics.
                                                                                 conditioning and refrigeration majors. The operation, diagnosis and service
  Emphasis will be on forces acting on bodies at rest, forces, moments of        of basic refrigeration units and related controls are included as well as,
force, distributed forces, reactions, free-body diagrams, friction, internal     refrigerant charging efficiency checks and electrical wiring. Theory/Lab.
forces and moments of inertia. Given forces acting on a static member,
students will calculate component forces, find resultant of concurrent           GTAC 1603
and non-concurrent forces and calculate moment of a force. Theory.               Basic Air conditioning and Heating.
Prerequisite: PhYS 1114, MATh 1613.
                                                                                  This course covers principles of basic air conditioning and heating for
GENT 3003                                                                        non-air conditioning and refrigeration majors. It includes the operation,
                                                                                 diagnosis and service of basic air conditioning-heating systems and related
Dynamics.
                                                                                 components, as well as electrical circuits, control adjustment and efficiency
 This course includes the study of particles and rigid bodies in plane           checks. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: GTAC 1503 or the division chair’s
motion. Topics of study include kinematics, Newton’s Laws, work and              permission.
energy principles, and impulse momentum. Theory. Prerequisites: GENT
2323, MATh 2123.                                                                 GTAU 1652
GENT 3313                                                                        Engine and Measurement Fundamentals.
                                                                                   The identification, principles and operation of internal combustion engines
Applied Fluid Mechanics.
                                                                                 are covered in this course through theory, demonstration and practical
 Students will apply basic fluid properties such as statics, conservation        laboratory. It includes identification and basic operation of related engine
equations, dimensional analysis, flow in conduits, and open channel flow to




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systems, principles and use of automotive precision measuring devices             associated with employment. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: The division chair’s
using the metric and decimal systems, class and program orientation,              permission.
introduction to shop safety and hand and power tool usage. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  GTGE 2040 (1-9 credit hours)
GTCT 1183                                                                         Workshops.
Welding.                                                                           A course designed for a variety of workshop experiences. Specific topics
  This welding program is designed to develop knowledge and skills in             will be designated as the workshop is scheduled and will be based on
the welding of ferrous and non-ferrous metals using the arc processes of          expressed needs. Theory/Lab.
stick electrodes, MIG (Microwire Inert Gas), and TIG (Tungsten Inert
Gas). Oxygen-acetylene cutting and welding processes, and weld testing            GTGE 2050 (1-9 credit hours)
procedures are included. Theory/Lab.                                              Directed Individual Problems.
                                                                                    Individual problems are under the direction of an instructor with specific
GTET 1193
                                                                                  responsibilities to be arranged. Problems will normally be related to the
Microprocessor Applications.                                                      individual’s specialty area. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: The division chair’s
  This course includes microprocessors in control applications, such as           permission.
transducers, input signals, logic operations, output signals and actuators.
Applications from automotive, air conditioning, diesel, machine tools and         GTGE 2060 (1-9 credit hours)
electronics are emphasized. Theory/Lab.                                           Seminars.
                                                                                   This course consists of a variety of seminars and/or research experiences
GTET 1353
                                                                                  with specific topics designated as the workshop is scheduled based on
Ac Electrical Power Generation.                                                   expressed needs. Theory/Lab.
 This course includes principles of single and three-phase power
generation, including operation, construction, control and maintenance.           GTGE 2070 (1-9 credit hours)
Theory/Lab.                                                                       Technological Developments.
                                                                                   Individual projects directed by an instructor with responsibilities to
GTET 2402
                                                                                  be determined. Projects are normally associated with some significant
Micro Instrumentation.                                                            development within the individuals area of specialization. Theory/Lab.
  This course covers cleaning, repair, fabrication and testing of various         Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.
aircraft instruments. It also includes synchros, servos and other related
devices. Theory/Lab.                                                              GTHE 1223
                                                                                  Hydraulics and Pneumatic Principles.
GTET 2463
                                                                                   This course includes hydraulic and pneumatic operation and principles
Micro-Electronics Principles.                                                     of pumps, control valves, actuators, oil conditioners, conveying materials,
  This course emphasizes basic electrical and electronics principles directed     graphic symbols and flow diagrams. Theory/Lab.
towards the application of the watch and micro-instrument industry. The
course includes basic rules and laws of magnetism and electricity, batteries,     GTHE 1241
solid state devices, digital circuits and displays, stepper motors and quartz     Specialized Electronics Technology (GM-SET).
crystals. Theory/Lab.                                                              A course applying theory and application of electrical principles and
                                                                                  concepts, students will study the use of electrical measurement devices,
GTET 2593
                                                                                  wiring diagrams, proper wire repair methods, semiconductors and
Direct Digital controls.                                                          microprocessors. Emphasis is on a diagnostic procedure through on-bench
  Process measurement and control fundamentals will be explored in this           and practical exercises using automotive application. Theory/Lab.
course, including the physics of temperature, pressure, flow and level. The
course will emphasize direct digital control and pneumatic control as it          GTIT 1013
relates to the heating and refrigeration industry. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:     Network Technologies.
ACR 1126, ACR 1203, ACR 1206, ACR 1343.                                             This course is the first of four semesters designed to provide students with
                                                                                  hands-on experience to assist with preparation for the Cisco CCNA (Cisco
GTET 2703
                                                                                  Certification Networking Associate) certification. Topics include: Internet
Technology Programming.                                                           Protocol Addressing, the Open Systems Interconnect networking model,
  The emphasis of this course is programming in areas other than business         network topology and design, connectivity, network devices, security,
accounting. It is not language dependent but requires use of one or more          structured cabling, basic electronics, MAC addresses, LANs (Local Area
languages and includes technical problems simulation and graphics.                Networks), data encapsulation and TCP/IP. Theory/Lab.
Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  GTIT 1023
GTGE 1111                                                                         Advanced Network Technologies.
college cornerstone.                                                               This course introduces students to Wide Area Networks (WANs), router
  College Cornerstone serves as the foundation for students to build upon         configuration and management, switching, Ethernet, Fiber Distributed
during their time at OSU-Okmulgee and is delivered through one’s home             Data Interface, TCP/IP and network troubleshooting, and advances their
department. Students must document, defend, or demonstrate the ability            understanding of networking topologies and design, Local Area Networks
to perform tasks required to meet the objectives of each unit including e-        (LANs), the Open Systems Interconnect networking model, IP Addressing
mail proficiency, library research, resource tools, learning styles and study     protocols and network system architectures. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite:
strategies, career exploration, and time and money management. Theory.            GTIT 1013.

GTGE 2030 (1-9 credit hours)
Occupational Practicum.
                                                                                  GEOGRAPHy (GEOG)
  An occupational practicum is an individualized experience in the                GEOG 1114
individual’s area of specialization under the supervision of an instructor.       Physical Geography.
hours and responsibilities to be arranged. Normally, experience is                 This course explores the distribution and analysis of natural features of



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earth including: landforms, soils, minerals, water climates, flora and fauna.     GRD 1373
Emphasis is on man-environment relations where appropriate. Theory.               Survey of Western Design.
GEOG 2243                                                                           This course covers human history from prehistoric time until present
                                                                                  day specifically in the genre of religion, environment, and society and
Fundamentals of Geography.
                                                                                  how these areas have influenced design in international western culture.
 This course is an introduction to basic geographic concepts and with an          The major focus is to explore the progression of graphic design from the
emphasis on the interrelationships of people with their physical and cultural     beginnings of its development through the present and to assist the student
environment. Theory. Note: available online.                                      in developing a bank of knowledge consisting of information and imagery
GEOG 2253                                                                         that will lead to success as a graphic design professional in the competitive
                                                                                  business world. Theory.
World Regional Geography.
 This is a survey course covering the world’s major cultural regions, with        GRD 2090 (1-9 credit hours)
emphasis on geographic aspects of contemporary economic, social and               Special Projects.
political relationships with the physical environment. Theory.                     This course is an individual study under the supervision of an instructor
                                                                                  with credit hours to be determined by the complexity of the project.
GRAPHIc DESIGN (GRD)                                                              Projects may be undertaken in any area of Graphic Design. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.
GRD 1133
Basic Drawing.                                                                    GRD 2413
  Basic Drawing is the start of ongoing exploration of drawing and                Advertising Design II.
illustration as these skills relate to the Graphic Design field. Beginning          This course is a study of advertising agencies, newspapers, magazines,
studies deal with the principles of linear perspective and the use of light       outdoor and other communications media. Projects include preliminary
and shadow. Through sketching, students will look for line, tone and              and finished layouts in a variety of art media and techniques. Theory/Lab.
texture. Subjects include still life, landscape and the human figure with         Prerequisites: GRD 1333, VIS 1343. Corequisites: GRD 2423, VIS 1373 or
proportions of the face and figure given special emphasis. Theory/Lab.            the division chair’s permission.
GRD 1143                                                                          GRD 2423
Basic Design.                                                                     Production III.
 This course includes the study of design elements and principles as well          Advanced design and copywriting for print media advertising and web
as foundation design including shape, form, line and color. Theory/Lab.           are addressed. Projects will cover preparation of files for a variety of
                                                                                  output possibilities, including correct file setup for color separation and
GRD 1213                                                                          pagination, as well as use of preflight software. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:
Advertising Design I.                                                             GRD 1333, VIS 1343. Corequisites: GRD 2413, VIS 1373.
 This course covers formats for advertising, layout formats and techniques,
                                                                                  GRD 2523
copy spacing, use of type, felt tip indications and use of mixed media.
Projects include type rendering, line illustration, and ad layout. Theory/Lab.    Identity Design.
Prerequisites: GRD 1133, GRD 1143, VIS 1122.                                        This course involves the creation of thumbnails through comprehensive
                                                                                  layout stages, which are used in the production of a final multi-piece
GRD 1233                                                                          identity presentation. This presentation is conceptualized, designed and
Design/Illustration.                                                              rendered for a hypothetical company, product or service. Theory/Lab.
  This course is a continuation of basic design using lectures and slide          Prerequisites: GRD 2413, GRD 2423, or the division chair’s permission.
presentations to cover additional design elements and principles. The
                                                                                  GRD 2533
student will solve a number of ‘flat’ and multi-dimensional commercial
design problems using the design elements and principles. Students will           Advanced Illustration.
produce problem-solving visuals using objective, abstracted and non-                The first part of the course consists of advanced design/illustration.
objective techniques and styles. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: GRD 1133,             The student will produce solutions to design/illustration problems using
GRD 1143.                                                                         mixed media. The second part of the course consists of creative illustration
                                                                                  geared towards problem solving. The student will solve various creative
GRD 1333                                                                          visualization problems rendered in mixed media, which will require the use
Production II.                                                                    of design elements and principles. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: GRD 1343 or
 Design and copywriting for print media advertising are covered.                  the division chair’s permission.
Advanced page layout production techniques in the preparation of job
                                                                                  GRD 2543
printing and one-to-four-color print media advertisement; and advanced
principles of prepress process are also covered. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:       Graphic Design Practicum.
GRD 1143, GRD 1213, GRD 1233, VIS 1203. Corequisites: VIS 1343,                     This course incorporates all graphic design skills including conventional
VIS 1373.                                                                         and digital software to produce various assigned live projects. Includes a
                                                                                  team approach with client consultation, conceptualizing, and electronic or
GRD 1343                                                                          conventional production of artwork. Lab. Prerequisites: GRD 2413, GRD
Drawing/Illustration.                                                             2423, or the division chair’s permission.
  The basic principles of drawing will be expanded to include a greater
                                                                                  GRD 2623
variety of illustration mediums such as pen and ink, ink wash and opaque
tempera. The emphasis will be on developing technical virtuosity. Subject         Graphic Design.
matter will include various scenes and settings, but the emphasis will be on        This course emphasizes conceptual design solutions from thumbnails
the human figure and face. This course will prepare the student for more          through super-comprehensives for package design, magazine
creative and conceptual problems. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: GRD 1133 or           advertisements and direct mail. These solutions include design rationales
the division chair’s permission.                                                  that involve writing, marketing and printing specifications. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  Prerequisites: GRD 2523 or the division chair’s permission.




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GRD 2696                                                                         Civil War, Cimarron Territory, Indian Territory, Oklahoma Territory,
Graphic Design capstone.                                                         statehood, development of political institutions, ethnic diversity, economic
                                                                                 development, politics and other aspects contributing to the formation of the
  This course represents the final culmination of the program of study
                                                                                 state. The course satisfies the Oklahoma State Department of Education
involving either hypothetical or live assignments and incorporates all of the
                                                                                 requirement for teacher certification. Theory. Note: available online.
learning objectives. A portfolio of work produced will be required for job
preparation and real job interviewing. Post-tests will be administered and
included in the student’s final grade. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: All required   HUMANITIES (HUM)
GRD courses. Corequisite: GRD 2623 or the division chair’s permission.
                                                                                 HUM 1013
GRD 2713                                                                         Humanities I.
Illustration Techniques.                                                           Themes of human expression as reflected through art, music and literature
  This course incorporates a variety of techniques in illustration using a       from the classical era through the Renaissance are examined. Theory.
mixture of mediums to produce airbrush and mixed medium illustrations.           Notes: designated as humanities; available online.
The course is designed to teach the student the necessary control of
                                                                                 HUM 1033
the airbrush, paint brush and various mediums to produce professional
illustrations. Students will learn to mix color, cut various friskets and        Humanities II.
determine what mediums are best suited for the specific techniques.               This course is a continuation of hUM 1013 beginning with the
Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: GRD 2413 or the division chair’s approval.             Renaissance. The emphasis in this course is on contemporary thought.
                                                                                 Theory. Designated as humanities. Prerequisite: hUM 1013 (preferred but
GRD 2803                                                                         not required) or division chair approval.
Graphic Design Internship.
                                                                                 HUM 1113
  This course involves on-the-job training in industry. It emphasizes
supervised employment and observation. Lab. Prerequisite: GRD 2543 or            Music Appreciation.
the division chair’s permission and must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.                This is a course designed to give students an appreciation of music
                                                                                 through analysis of the impact of music over various time periods of the
HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANcE                                                       civilization of humankind throughout the world. Theory.

(HHP)                                                                            HUM 2243
HHP 1113                                                                         Native Peoples of North America.
Personal Health.                                                                   This course is a study of the history and cultures of Native Americans
                                                                                 from pre-colonial to present times. Emphasis will be on tribal cultures,
 This course is a comprehensive study of personal health with emphasis           traditions, and experiences, conflicts with European explorers and settlers,
on mental health, human sexuality, growth and development, psychoactive          and U.S. government relations. Students will discuss cultural differences as
drugs, communicable diseases, degenerative diseases, consumer, and               well as legal and political issues affecting Native Americans today. Theory.
community health that will result in positive change in the health attitudes     Notes: designated as humanities; available online.
and practices of students. Theory.
                                                                                 HUM 2453
HISTORy (HIST)                                                                   Introduction to Film.
HIST 1483                                                                          This course is an introduction to the basics of motion pictures, film
                                                                                 theory, history and appreciation. Theory.
U.S. History to 1865.
 This course covers the history of the United States from European               HUM 2563
colonization through the Civil War period. One class in this course is           comparative cultures.
usually offered each semester with an emphasis on Native American                 This course compares environments, economies, social and political
contributions to the U.S. history. Theory.                                       organizations and other aspects of culture among selected literate and
HIST 1493                                                                        preliterate societies. Theory.

U.S. History Since 1865.
 The history of the United States from the reconstruction period to the          INFORMATION TEcHNOLOGIES (ITD)
present is discussed. Emphasis is given to the growth of industry and its        ITD 1013
impact on domestic and foreign affairs. Theory. Note: available online.          Fundamentals of Information Technologies.
HIST 1613                                                                          This course is an overview of information technologies, its systems and
Western civilization to 1500.                                                    culture, in which students work in teams on real-world, multi-level projects
                                                                                 in learning environments reflective of current, high-performance business
  This is an exploration of western civilization from the ancient world to       settings. Topics include: general literacy and terminology, history, societal
the Reformation with a multicultural perspective on the study of mankind.        impact and cultural shifts, career fields and opportunities, technology
Theory. Note: designated as humanities.                                          forecasting and trends, as well as contemporary ethical issues. Theory/Lab.
HIST 1623                                                                        ITD 1213
Western civilization After 1500.                                                 Hardware Systems Support.
  This is a continuation of hIST 1613 with an emphasis on the period from         This course focuses on the management and maintenance of hardware
the Reformation to the present. Theory. Note: designated as humanities.          and operating system environments. Topics include: user administration,
HIST 2323                                                                        security, backup/recovery, and advanced systems performance evaluation
                                                                                 and troubleshooting. Theory/Lab.
Oklahoma History.
 Development of the state of Oklahoma from prehistory to present is
discussed. Among the material relating to Oklahoma to be covered are the
geography and geology, prehistoric cultures, Native American heritage,



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ITD 1223                                                                         ITD 2173
Network Systems.                                                                 voice, Data & Wireless Management.
  In this course students examine network concepts, standards,                     In this course students examine advanced telecommunications systems,
technologies, media, protocols and topologies. Topics include connectivity,      technologies and architectures. Topics include: virtual private networks,
network devices, basic security, local and wide area networks, network           voice-over IP, optical networks, switching systems, voice and data
design, transmission media, structured cabling, IP addressing and Open           integration, and telecommunications standards. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite:
System Interface (OIS) model. Theory/Lab.                                        ITD 1373.
ITD 1243                                                                         ITD 2183
Principles of Information Security.                                              Application Development using Java.
  Through this course students explore the principles of information              In this course students explore advanced programming techniques using
assurance, with emphasis on current threats and vulnerabilities. Topics          Java. Topics include: JDBC, file processing, graphical user interfaces,
include: infrastructure and operational security; cryptography; legal and        network programming and sockets, thread, security, servlets, swing,
ethical issues; and security policies, practices and procedures. Theory/Lab.     properties, introspection, collections and architectures. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                 Prerequisite: ITD 1333.
ITD 1333
Object-Oriented Programming using Java.                                          ITD 2201
  In this course, students learn how to design, code and test applications       Employment Orientation.
in Java using object-oriented programming techniques. Topics include:              This course focuses on employment and career readiness. Upon
classes, data types, variables, methods, recursion, operators, control           completion of this course, students will have demonstrated job readiness as
statements, inheritance and polymorphism, arrays, packages, interfaces,          well as the ability to articulate their professional goals, and developed the
exception handling, Input/Output, Java applets and strings. Theory/Lab.          materials and skills necessary to secure appropriate employment. Topics
                                                                                 include: employment procedures and guidelines, career planning and job
ITD 1353                                                                         searches and common workplace issues. Theory. Prerequisites: Students
Web Programming and Development.                                                 must have completed no less than 24 credit hours of technical coursework
 In this course students learn web development through the application           towards degree, and have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA.
of various development principles, tools and technologies. Topics include:
                                                                                 ITD 2203
audio, video and image formats; hTML; Dynamic hTML; XML; FTP;
Perl; and JavaScript. Theory/Lab.                                                Database Systems.
                                                                                  This course introduces students to database systems, with emphasis on
ITD 1373                                                                         data modeling and the design of efficient database systems. Topics include:
voice, Data & Wireless concepts.                                                 database architecture, ER and EER models, the rational data model, SQL
  In this course students investigate telecommunication, data and wireless       queries, normalization, indexing and security. Theory/Lab.
systems, technologies and policies. Topics include: network architectures,
                                                                                 ITD 2213
transmission and media, protocols, operations, security and emerging
technologies. Theory/Lab.                                                        computer Networks.
                                                                                   This course focuses on advanced network technologies. Topics include:
ITD 1423                                                                         computer network structures and components, packet switching, layered
Router Technologies.                                                             architectures, TCP/IP, the physical layer, error control, window flow
  Through this course students examine Wide Area Networks (WANs)                 control, local area networks (e.g., Ethernet, Token Ring and FDDI), the
and routing. Topics include: router configuration, operation and                 network layer, congestion control, multi-protocol label switching (MPLS),
troubleshooting; password recovery; multiple router installations; routing       Ipv6, quality of service and multicast. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ITD 1333,
protocols; Ethernet; and TCP/IP. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1223 or           ITD 2183.
have completed Semester One of the Cisco Networking Academy Program.
                                                                                 ITD 2223
ITD 2123                                                                         Operating Systems.
Web Administration and Security.                                                   This course focuses on operating systems and system security. Topics
  Through this course students learn the principles and methods underling        include: operating system installation, configuration and implementation,
effective web administration solutions. Topics include: client- and server-      security templates and operating system security architectures. Theory/Lab.
side security, Secure Sockets Layer, Secure Electronic Transactions,             Prerequisite: ITD 1213.
cryptography, Java applets, CGI scripts, VBScript, active server pages,
                                                                                 ITD 2233
remote authoring and firewalls. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1353.
                                                                                 Data Structures Using c++.
ITD 2133                                                                           This course focuses on data structures using C++, and furthers student
Technical Support Management.                                                    understanding of computer algorithms and efficient program design. Topics
  This course focuses on research techniques, help desk systems support,         include: algorithm development, data representation, sorts, trees, stacks and
installation, as well as computer systems upgrades and maintenance.              queues. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1333.
Topics include: device setup and configuration, backup/recovery,
                                                                                 ITD 2243
advanced troubleshooting and problem-solving measures, and preventative
maintenance. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1213.                                 Server Programming & configuration.
                                                                                   In this course students learn server programming through the application
ITD 2153                                                                         of advanced development principles, tools, and technologies. Topics
LAN/WAN Implementation and Support.                                              include: Active Server Pages (ASP); CGI scripting using Perl and PhP;
 This is an advanced course on the design, configuration, and maintenance        XML; server configurations for web applications; database manipulation;
of switches, local-area networks (LANs), and virtual local-area networks         Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) cookies; VBScript; and JavaScript. Theory/
(VLANs). Topics include: LAN configuration, wide-area networks                   Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1353.
(WANs), advanced routing protocols, and network troubleshooting. Theory/
Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1423 or have completed Semester Two of the Cisco
Networking Academy Program.


                                                                               10
ITD 2253                                                                           and functions, Dynamic SQL, database development and utilization, access
Network Administration.                                                            control and database security utilities. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 2203.
  This course focuses on network administration. Topics include:                   ITD 2613
network design; installing and configuring network shares; monitoring,
                                                                                   IT Project Management.
troubleshooting and optimizing system performance; and establishing
system policies and procedures. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 2223.                  This course introduces students to the principles and application of project
                                                                                   management techniques with an emphasis on the design and management
ITD 2313                                                                           of computer information systems projects. Topics include project planning,
Script Programming.                                                                work team design, project estimation techniques, project reporting,
                                                                                   identifying and controlling project risks, budgets, and quality assurance.
  Through this course students learn to develop and execute scripts. Topics
                                                                                   Theory. Prerequisites: The course must be taken in the semester of
include: Perl, ASP, Tool Command Language Toolkit (Tcl/Tk), PhP,
                                                                                   graduation or with the division chair’s approval and must have a minimum
Python, Visual Basic for Applications, Windows Script host and other
                                                                                   2.5 cumulative GPA.
scripting languages. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1333.
                                                                                   ITD 2623
ITD 2363
                                                                                   Applied Research & Development.
Enterprise Solutions.
                                                                                     This course marks the culminating educational experience in Information
 In this course students utilize the principles, tools, and practices for the
                                                                                   Technologies, in which students work in multidisciplinary teams on
design and use of comprehensive computer-based information systems.
                                                                                   substantial, applied research projects to investigate alternate solutions
Topics include: information systems theory and principles, systems
                                                                                   to real problems relating to employer productivity. The various projects
architecture, data modeling, web-based systems, systems analysis
                                                                                   require student teams to analyze potential design alternatives, interpret
and project management. Theory. Prerequisite: any 2000 level ITD
                                                                                   results, document best practices, and report their findings. Theory/Lab.
programming course.
                                                                                   Prerequisite: Taken in the semester of graduation or with the division
ITD 2413                                                                           chair’s approval. Student must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA.
Enterprise Security Management.                                                    ITD 2800
  Through this course students learn the basic principles and the managerial       Internship.
aspects of securing enterprise information systems. Topics include: risk
                                                                                     This supervised internship marks a cooperative agreement between
management, security policy and plan development, security architectures,
                                                                                   industry and education in which students utilize and refine previously
incident handling, disaster recovery planning, system administration, access
                                                                                   learned skills, and gain a working knowledge of and experience with
control and change management. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                   contemporary industry culture, standards and practices. Lab. Prerequisites:
ITD 2423                                                                           ITD 2201 or ITD 3201 and approval by the internship coordinator and the
                                                                                   division chair.
Secure Electronic commerce.
  In this course students explore secure e-commerce technologies,                  ITD 2900
models and issues, and the evolution of e-commerce. Topics include:                Advanced Internship.
digital currency methods, electronic transactions, public and private
                                                                                    This advanced, supervised internship marks a cooperative agreement
key infrastructure, smart cards and biometrics, web security, legal and
                                                                                   between industry and education in which students utilize and refine
ethical issues, inventory management, secure shell, digital certificates and
                                                                                   previously learned skills, and expand their working knowledge of and
encryption technologies. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1353.
                                                                                   experiences with contemporary industry culture, standards and practices.
ITD 2433                                                                           Lab. Prerequisites: ITD 2800 and approval by the internship coordinator
                                                                                   and the division chair.
Digital Forensics.
 In this course students are introduced to the procedures and techniques           ITD 3153
used to identify, extract, validate, document and preserve electronic              LAN/WAN Implementation and Support.
evidence. Topics include: forensic tools, resources, policies and procedures.
                                                                                    This is an advanced course on the design, configuration, and maintenance
Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ITD 1223, ITD 2223.
                                                                                   of switches, local-area networks (LANs) and virtual local-area networks
ITD 2443                                                                           (VLANs). Topics include: LAN configuration, wide-area networks
                                                                                   (WANs), advanced routing protocols and network troubleshooting. Theory/
Network Security.                                                                  Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1423 or have completed Semester Two of the Cisco
  In this course students examine operating systems and network security.          Networking Academy Program.
Topics include: servers, encrypted files, intrusion detection, packet filtering,
network monitoring, user and group permissions, security templates and             ITD 3201
firewalls. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ITD 1223, ITD 2223.                          Employment Orientation.
ITD 2453                                                                             This course focuses on employment and career readiness. Upon
                                                                                   completion of this course, students will have demonstrated job readiness as
Event-Driven Programming using visual Basic.                                       well as the ability to articulate their professional goals, and developed the
  This course focuses on event-driven programming in Visual Basic, and             materials and skills necessary to secure appropriate employment. Topics
furthers student understanding of efficient program design. Topics include:        include: employment procedures and guidelines, career planning and job
controls and their properties, variables and constants, data types, decision       searches and common workplace issues. Theory. Prerequisites: Students
making, procedures and functions, multiple forms, error handling, classes,         must have completed no less than 24 credit hours of technical coursework
variables, lists, repetition, dynamic arrays and data files. Theory/Lab.           towards degree and have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA.
Prerequisite: ITD 1333.
                                                                                   ITD 3233
ITD 2463
                                                                                   Data Structures Using c++.
Database Application Development.                                                    This course focuses on data structures using C++ and furthers student
  In this course, students create secure database applications using advanced      understanding of computer algorithms and efficient program design. Topics
database development tools and techniques. Topics include: variable types,         include: algorithm development, data representation, sorts, trees, stacks and
logic structures, creating and working with program units, subprograms             queues. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: 1333.


                                                                                10
ITD 3243                                                                           vulnerability scanning; encryption and cryptography, including Advanced
Server Programming and configuration.                                              Encryption Standard (AES) and public key systems; computer viruses;
                                                                                   building secure and trusted software; the Orange Book and the Common
  In this course students learn server programming through the application
                                                                                   Criteria; and data base security. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 3433, ITD
of advanced development principles, tools, and technologies. Topics
                                                                                   3443.
include: Active Server Pages (ASP); GCI scripting using Perl and PhP;
XML; server configurations for web applications; database manipulation;            ITD 3533
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL); cookies; VBScript; and JavaScript. Theory/
                                                                                   Security System Administration.
Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1353.
                                                                                     In this course, students learn to protect systems and networks from threats
ITD 3253                                                                           and vulnerabilities. Topics include: provisioning; network procurement and
Network Administration.                                                            installation; hardware and software systems for mission-critical enterprises;
                                                                                   system configuration, integration and maintenance; as well as incident
  This course focuses on network administration. Topics include
                                                                                   handling and response. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 2223.
network design, installing and configuring network shares; monitoring,
troubleshooting and optimizing system performance; and establishing                ITD 3613
system policies and procedures. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 2223.
                                                                                   Emerging and converging Technologies.
ITD 3413                                                                            This course provides students with opportunities to explore emerging and
Enterprise Security Management.                                                    converging Information technologies and their Implications. Topics vary by
                                                                                   academic term. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: Students must have completed
  Through this course students learn the basic principles and the managerial
                                                                                   ITD 1223 and no fewer than 21 additional credit hours of technical
aspects of securing enterprise information systems. Topics include: risk
                                                                                   coursework towards degree.
management, security policy and plan development, security architectures,
incident handling, disaster recovery planning, system administration, access       ITD 3623
control and change management. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                   control Systems Security.
ITD 3423                                                                             Through this course, students will gain a working knowledge of several
Secure Electronic commerce.                                                        control systems security Issues, Including common risks and mitigation
                                                                                   strategies. Topics includes: process control network communications,
  In this course students explore secure e-commerce technologies,
                                                                                   vulnerability Identification, network monitoring and incident management.
models and issues, and the evolution of e-commerce. Topics include:
                                                                                   Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 3443.
digital currency methods, electronic transactions, public and private
key infrastructure, smart cards and biometrics, web security, legal and            ITD 3633
ethical issues, inventory management, secure shell, digital certificates and
                                                                                   IT Organizational Training.
encryption technologies. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 1353.
                                                                                     Through this course students will apply learning theory and instructional
ITD 3433                                                                           design principles to the development, delivery and evaluation of
Digital Forensics.                                                                 information technology-related training. Topics include: needs analysis,
                                                                                   learning theory, instructional techniques and technologies, implementation
 In this course students are introduced to the procedures and techniques
                                                                                   and evaluation. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 3201.
used to identify, extract, validate, document and preserve electronic
evidence. Topics include: forensic tools, resources, policies and procedures.      ITD 4113
Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ITD 1223, ITD 2223.
                                                                                   IT Project Management (capstone course).
ITD 3443                                                                             This course introduces students to the principles and application of project
Network Security.                                                                  management techniques with an emphasis on the design and management
                                                                                   of computer information systems projects. Topics include project planning,
  In this course students examine operating systems and network security.
                                                                                   work team design, project estimation techniques, project reporting,
Topics include: servers, encrypted files, intrusion detection, packet filtering,
                                                                                   identifying and controlling project risks, budgets, and quality assurance.
network monitoring, user and group permissions, security templates and
                                                                                   Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: Taken in the semester of graduation or with the
firewalls. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ITD 1223, ITD 2223.
                                                                                   division chair’s approval. Student must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative
ITD 3463                                                                           GPA.
Database Application Development.                                                  ITD 4123
  In this course, students create secure database applications using advanced      Applied Research and Development (capstone
database development tools and techniques. Topics include: variable types,
                                                                                   course).
logic structures, creating and working with program units, subprograms
and functions, Dynamic SQL, database development and utilization, access             This course marks the culminating educational experience in Information
control and database security utilities. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ITD 2203.       Technologies, in which students work in multidisciplinary teams on
                                                                                   substantial, applied research projects to investigate alternate solutions
ITD 3513                                                                           to real problems relating to employer productivity. The various projects
Information Systems Assurance.                                                     require student teams to analyze potential design alternatives, interpret
                                                                                   results, document best practices, and report their findings. Theory/Lab.
 This course focuses on the system elements of information assurance
                                                                                   Prerequisites: Taken in the semester of graduation or with the division
and computer security. Topics include: access control and integrity, system
                                                                                   chair’s approval. Student must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA.
analysis, security in programming, network security, design and analysis
methods for high assurance information systems, safety, system reliability,        ITD 4700
specification of mission-critical system properties, software and hardware
                                                                                   Entrepreneurship.
validation, verification and certification. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                     Through this course, students will gain a working knowledge of
ITD 3523                                                                           entrepreneurial practices, challenges and Issues, and develop the core skills
computer Security.                                                                 necessary for successful entrepreneurial careers. Lab. Prerequisites: ITD
                                                                                   3201, GBUS 2243 and approval by the entrepreneurship coordinator and
  This course focuses on computer security from basic risk assessment
                                                                                   the division chair.
to public key encryption. Topic include: confidentiality, integrity, and
availability; threat, vulnerability, and risk; security controls and auditing;


                                                                                 10
ITD 4800                                                                         diversity, professional growth, motivation, organizational development and
Internship.                                                                      change implementation, group dynamics and performance improvement.
                                                                                 Theory.
  This supervised internship marks a cooperative agreement between
industry and education in which students utilize and refine previously
learned skills, and gain a working knowledge of and experience with              MANUFAcTURING (MFG)
contemporary industry culture, standards and practices. Lab. Prerequisites:
                                                                                 MFG 1113
ITD 3201 and approval by the internship coordinator and the division chair.
                                                                                 Metrology.
ITD 4900                                                                          This course covers measuring systems, tools and procedures. It includes
Advanced Internship.                                                             dimensioning engineering drawings using ANSI Y14.5M 1982 standards,
 This advanced, supervised internship marks a cooperative agreement              dimensional tolerances and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
between industry and education in which students utilize and refine              Theory.
previously learned skills, and expand their working knowledge of and
                                                                                 MFG 1183
experiences with contemporary industry culture, standards and practices.
Lab. Prerequisites: ITD 4800 and approval by the internship coordinator          Introduction to Manufacturing.
and the division chair.                                                           Orientation to manufacturing, shop safety, hand tools, layout tools, bench
                                                                                 work including pedestal grinding will be covered in this course. Theory/Lab.
MAcHINING (McH)                                                                  MFG 1353
MCH 1301                                                                         Total quality control.
Fundamentals of c.N.c.                                                             This course examines total quality control concepts which combine
  The theory of C.N.C. programming and C.N.C. applications used in               statistical quality control techniques and basic supportive management
industry will be introduced in this course. Theory.                              practices. Preventive quality control methods are compared to traditional
                                                                                 inspection methods. Course topics include new statistical process control
MCH 1303                                                                         methods; management quality control; quality costing methods; production
Introduction to c.N.c.                                                           costing determination methods; quality data analysis and quality data
                                                                                 interpretation. Theory.
 Basic programming, MDI, DNC and other C.N.C. data input methods
will be utilized in the set-up and operation of C.N.C. machine tools. PC         MFG 2113
computer operations and software used in programming C.N.C. machines
                                                                                 quality Assurance.
will be introduced. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                   Inspection and testing of incoming materials, components and
MCH 2613                                                                         subassemblies is the major component of this course. It includes quality
c.N.c. Applications.                                                             control of output products, techniques of quality and production to include
                                                                                 statistical charts and graphs, pareto analysis and histograms. Theory/Lab.
 This course includes set-up and operation of C.N.C. machine tools to
produce industry related parts to specified tolerance and quality, including     MFG 2153
3-axis milling and turning centers. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                 quality Engineering Theory.
                                                                                  This course is a survey of quality theories and premises as seen by
MANAGEMENT (MGMT)                                                                principal researchers. Major quality control theories are analyzed. Topics
MGMT 2243                                                                        will include quality assurances historical development, quality experiment
                                                                                 designs and practical productivity applications. Review of basic preventive
Small Business Management.                                                       quality control techniques, sales, marketing and support services. Theory.
  This course is designed for those individuals considering going into
business for themselves. Emphasis is given to governmental regulations,          MFG 2163
financial needs, location factors, purchasing and pricing, inventory,            quality Engineering Techniques.
advertising, bookkeeping, tax records and reports, banking, choosing               Coordination of practical science applications with quality control
personnel and credit and collections. Theory. Note: available online.            techniques. Students will evaluate manufacturing and processing industries
MGMT 2313                                                                        quality and reliability standards. Topics include calibrating measuring
                                                                                 devices, basic blueprint reading concepts, basic tolerancing concepts; basic
Principles of Management.                                                        data interpretation, basic data sampling, basic data auditing and quality
  This course is an introduction to the basic theory and principles of           controls costing. Theory. Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.
management. Emphasis is on the functions of management: planning,
organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling. A survey approach to current   MFG 2363
trends in management and possible future developments in organization and        Non-Destructive Testing.
administration is used. Theory.                                                   This course is an introduction to non-destructive testing to include
MGMT 2603                                                                        Rockwell and Brinell testers, radiography, ultrasonics, dye penetrants,
                                                                                 magnetic particle and eddy current. Theory/Lab.
Human Resource Management.
 This course is an interactive study of the operating environments, policy
development and other functions typical of the expanding field of human          MANUFAcTURING TEcHNOLOGy
Resource Management (hRM) and Development (hRD). Theory.                         (ETDM)
MGMT 2913                                                                        ETDM 1116
Leadership and Organizational Behavior.                                          conventional Machining.
  Through this course, students will gain an advanced understanding of             In this course, students will learn general shop safety, maintenance and
organizational and behavioral dynamics in contemporary professional              operation on the mill and lathe, accessories and methods of holding a work
environments, as well as develop and enhance their own organizational and        piece, the importance of indicating a part and calculating surface footage,
leadership skills. Topics include: leadership patterns, resource management,     taper per inches and per revolution for a lathe, and what effects chip
                                                                                 control. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDM 1153.


                                                                               10
ETDM 1153                                                                       industry related parts to specified tolerance and quality, including milling
Introduction to Manufacturing.                                                  and turning center. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDM 1116, ETDM 1413.
                                                                                Corequisite: ETDM 1333, ETDM 1343.
  Students will learn safe operation of basic machine shop equipment such
as drills, milling machines, lathes, grinders, saws and welders. Students       ETDM 1363
will also learn how to use and apply basic measurement devices to the
                                                                                cNc Manufacturing Processes and Fixtures.
layout and verification of machined parts. Students are exposed to the
basics of CNC machine operation. Theory/Lab.                                      Students will analyze the steps required to manufacture various parts,
                                                                                determine the cost associated with the manufacturing, evaluate design
ETDM 1233                                                                       and machining shortfalls and identify opportunities for improvements to
Metrology and Nondestructive Examination.                                       the product from both a cost and functionality standpoint. Opportunities
                                                                                for profit improvement in manufacturing of various products as well as
  In this course, students learn to select the correct measurement instrument
                                                                                maximizing of the profit potential will be incorporated in the analysis.
to inspect any part, to demonstrate the use of calipers, outside and inside
                                                                                Individuals as well as teams will conduct real world industry-type projects.
micrometers, depth micrometers, height gauges, comparators, and the
                                                                                Theory/Lab.
coordinate measuring machine to make precision measurements. Students
will also be exposed to various techniques of nondestructive examination.       ETDM 1413
Theory/Lab.
                                                                                conventional MFG Processes and Tooling.
ETDM 1243                                                                         In this course, students will learn the appropriate tools and tooling for
Metrology & Blueprint Reading.                                                  lathes and mills, ANSI standards for inserts and tool holders, proper speed
                                                                                and feed for materials, proper tool geometry, create a process flow and
  Each student will use appropriate measuring instruments and correctly
                                                                                identify process improvement opportunities available with new technology.
sequence the steps to accurately measure all dimensional characteristics on
                                                                                Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETDM 1153.
simple and complex parts and assemblies. The measuring instruments are
scaled, vernier, micrometer, comparison, optical, and high amplification        ETDM 2203
electronic instruments. All learners will read and interpret blueprints, and
                                                                                Automated Manufacturing Techniques.
correctly sketch and dimension isometric and orthographic object views.
Manufactured component parts will be verified to blueprint dimensions and        This course introduces the student to modern manufacturing process
tolerances. Theory/Lab.                                                         control systems and control schemes. The control and communication of
                                                                                complex processes are addressed along with sensory devices that pass data
ETDM 1253                                                                       back to the controller, and manufacturing automation protocol. Theory/Lab.
Metallurgy.                                                                     ETDM 2316
  Each student will learn to differentiate between plain carbon and alloy
                                                                                Applied MFG Processes.
steels and select in accordance with industry standards specific metals,
ferrous and non-ferrous, for a variety of applications. Properties of various     The learner will be able to identify motivating factors in the workplace for
metals will be taught along with available standard sizes and characteristics   diverse people, and explain and demonstrate an MRP system. The students
of the materials. Throughout the course all learners will correctly complete    will learn to select the proper machine operations and fixtures necessary to
a variety of heat-treating applications and verify the results in accordance    accurately perform a process, calculate cost of required material, estimate
with industry standards. Theory/Lab.                                            machine run times to determine actual costs of producing a part, and
                                                                                identify the individual components of and create a production schedule.
ETDM 1263                                                                       As part of a practical, real world project, the students will define and
Manufacturing Fundamentals and Processes.                                       discuss the steps necessary to progress a manufacturing company toward
                                                                                lean manufacturing by explaining and demonstrating lean manufacturing
 Each learner will correctly perform the procedure to set-up and operate a
                                                                                principles and practices as applied to their project. Theory/Lab.
number of assigned manufacturing processes. These various manufacturing
processes will be used to produce a specific number of assigned parts.          ETDM 2423
Each part will be manufactured in compliance with print specifications and
                                                                                quality Systems & Practices.
verified with correct measuring techniques. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                 Student will learn to use various quality processes to improve the
ETDM 1333                                                                       manufacturing of industry products. Statistical process control (SPC), total
cNc Manufacturing Processes and Fixtures.                                       quality management (TQM), and the various steps involved in earning
                                                                                ISO certifications will be taught as projects with an emphasis on how
  In this course students will identify applications of tool and tooling used
                                                                                quality effects customer service and customer relations. A variety of testing
on CNC lathes and mills, identify proper speeds and feeds for material, tool
                                                                                equipment will be used to verify the quality of manufactured items. Theory/
geometry, ANSI standards for inserts and tool holders, as well as research
                                                                                Lab.
new technology. Students will learn to create a process flow, then improve
the process by saving time and money. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDM           ETDM 2433
1116, ETDM 1413. Corequisites: ETDM 1343, ETDM 1353.
                                                                                Manufacturing Operations.
ETDM 1343                                                                        Student will learn to use various quality processes to improve the
cNc Machine Programming.                                                        manufacturing of industry products. Statistical process control (SPC), total
                                                                                quality management (TQM), and the various steps involved in earning
  The student will learn programming methods for milling and turning
                                                                                ISO certifications will be taught as projects with an emphasis on how
machines including manual and computer assisted that will be utilized to
                                                                                quality affects customer service and customer relations. A variety of testing
produce industry related parts and components, bench-marked to industry
                                                                                equipment will be used to verify the quality of manufactured items. Theory/
standards in a variety of material. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: ETDM 1116,
                                                                                Lab.
ETDM 1413. Corequisites: ETDM 1333, ETDM 1353.
                                                                                ETDM 2443
ETDM 1353
                                                                                Production Scheduling.
cNc Machine Operation.
                                                                                  Students will learn to determine what is required to set up a production
 In this course the student will learn general shop safety and operation,
                                                                                schedule for manufacturing an item used in industry. They will determine
basic machine operations. MDI, DNC, and other data input methods will
                                                                                the materials required, machine operations and fixtures required,
be utilized in the set-up and operations of CNC machine tools to produce
                                                                                estimate manufacturing times, and determine the cost associated with the
                                                                                manufacturing. Theory/lab.

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ETDM 2463                                                                        MASC 1213
cAM Applications.                                                                construction Techniques and Moisture control.
 In this course the students will learn advanced CNC programming                  This course will cover the techniques used to construct openings in
methods on the CNC mill and lathe using computer assisted programming            masonry walls, the application of insulation, and methods of moisture
software and verify program performance by setting-up and operating the          control as they relate to masonry construction. The various properties and
machine to perform advanced operations to specifications. Theory/Lab.            materials used in moisture control and insulation are discussed in depth.
Prerequisite: ETDM 1333, ETDM 1343, ETDM 1353, ETDM 2423.                        Theory/Lab.

                                                                                 MASC 2302
MASONRy (MASc)                                                                   commercial Drawings.
  These courses are a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with
technology centers and are not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.                This course explores the format and content of commercial drawings
                                                                                 and their use in conveying specific construction requirements. Fourteen
MASC 1101                                                                        different commercial drawings will be used for this course. The
Introduction to Masonry.                                                         Construction Specification Institute (CSI) Master Format will be studied in
                                                                                 detail. Theory/Lab.
  Introduction Masonry will cover the historical materials, current materials,
and processes used in masonry construction. Topics covered will address          MASC 2305
the safety concerns specific to masonry construction. The use of bricks and
concrete blocks are explained along with the basic techniques for mixing
                                                                                 Specialized Materials and Techniques.
mortar and laying masonry units. Theory.                                           This course introduces the student to the many specialized materials
                                                                                 and techniques used in masonry construction. Items covered will include
MASC 1103                                                                        properties and work requirements for such materials as natural and cultured
Masonry Drawings and Specifications.                                             stone, acid brick, refractory brick, glazed tile, and glass block. Methods
                                                                                 and techniques used for working in hot/cold weather conditions will also be
 Students will learn to read and interpret the drawings and specifications
                                                                                 discussed. Theory/Lab.
containing the details for masonry construction. Students will use a
variety of mathematical formulas to calculate distances, areas and volumes       MASC 2312
common to masonry construction. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                 Grout and Other Reinforcement.
MASC 1105                                                                         This course focuses on the use of grout and other types of reinforcement
Masonry Units and Installation Techniques.                                       such as reinforcing steel to strengthen and support masonry structures.
                                                                                 The various locations and techniques used for grout placement will be
  This course covers all types of concrete and clay masonry units and their
                                                                                 discussed. The uses and application of various types of reinforcing steel
applications. Students will learn the use of ties and reinforcing materials
                                                                                 will also be covered. Theory/Lab.
and the processes used in placing masonry units. Masonry layout, setup,
mortar, cutting brick and block, laying to a line, making corners, tooling       MASC 2402
joints, patching and cleanup will all be covered in detail. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                 Project Planning and Supervision.
MASC 1111                                                                         This course will covers the basics of project planning and scheduling
Mortar, Tools and Equipment.                                                     as well as coordination and communication of work assignments to
                                                                                 masonry work crews and other trades and crafts. Project setup and material
 The various types and properties of mortar and the materials used in the
                                                                                 purchasing requirements will also be discussed. Theory.
mixture, including admixtures, will be studied. Students will learn how to
hand mix mortar, machine mix mortar and properly store mortar. Students          MASC 2403
will also learn to identify and use the various hand and power tools
common to masonry construction. Safe operation and use of this equipment
                                                                                 Estimating Masonry.
will also be covered. Theory/Lab.                                                 This course covers the basic procedures for quantity take-off of materials
                                                                                 and application of labor units in determining the cost of a masonry job.
MASC 1202                                                                        Several different methods of estimating are explored in this course. Theory/
Interpretation of Residential Drawings.                                          Lab.
 This course covers the information a masonry contractor would need to           MASC 2413
complete the masonry work on a residence. This includes understanding the
organization and format of plans; dimensioning and scaling; and estimating
                                                                                 Masonry High-Rise construction.
material quantities from the information on the plans. Theory/Lab.                 This course examines the activities involved in organizing and
                                                                                 implementing the construction of high-rise buildings. The course focuses on
MASC 1203                                                                        the masonry construction techniques used in high-rise construction. Safety
Residential Masonry.                                                             and logistics are emphasized. Theory.
  This course will covers masonry techniques for residential and small           MASC 2423
structure foundations, steps, patios, decks, chimneys, and fireplaces.
Work activities that the masonry contractor must perform as well as other
                                                                                 Advanced Laying Techniques.
construction activities that interface with masonry work are described.            Topics covered include detailed information that directs the mason in
Theory/Lab.                                                                      accomplishing the actual construction of walls, arches, and other useful
                                                                                 structures. Construction techniques, safety requirements, and interaction
MASC 1212                                                                        with structural components are explained. Skill is gained through
construction Inspection and quality control.                                     construction of small projects. Theory/Lab.
  This course introduces the student to the quality control requirements for
masonry construction. Topics covered include procedures for inspection,          MATHEMATIcS (MATH)
testing of masonry materials and finished masonry construction. Theory.
                                                                                 MATH 0143
                                                                                 Math Fundamentals.
                                                                                   This course emphasizes areas of mathematics that may be directly applied
                                                                                 to practical, real-world situations. It will prepare students for entry into a


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college-level mathematics course, placing emphasis on math at the pre-             MATH 2133
college level. Topics covered include application of adding, subtracting,          Technical calculus II.
multiplying and dividing with whole numbers, fractions, decimals,
                                                                                     This course emphasizes calculus of trigonometric, exponential, and
problems with percent and ratio and proportion. This is a competency-based
                                                                                   logarithmic functions, as well as applications to physical problems. Theory.
course and the student’s COMPASS test scores determine placement. This
                                                                                   Prerequisite: Math 2123 or division chair approval.
course will not count toward graduation or any degree program. Theory.
                                                                                   MATH 2423
MATH 0153
Algebra Fundamentals.                                                              Math concepts for Educators.
                                                                                    This is a course designed to provide the foundations for teaching
  This course emphasizes areas of elementary algebra that may be directly
                                                                                   arithmetic and geometry on the elementary level. Origins of numerals,
applied to practical, real-world situations. It is designed to build on skills
                                                                                   number bases, systems of whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, real
learned in basic math, and establish a foundation in algebraic concepts and
                                                                                   numbers, and intuitive geometry are some of the topics included in the
problem solving to prepare students for entry into a college-level algebra
                                                                                   course. The course also focuses on current issues in mathematics education
course. This is a competency-based course and the student’s COMPASS
                                                                                   and research as well as the use of microcomputers in mathematics
test scores determine placement. This course will not count toward
                                                                                   education. Theory.
graduation or any degree program. Theory. Note: available online.
                                                                                   MATH 2713
MATH 0163
Intermediate Algebra.                                                              Elementary calculus.
                                                                                     This course includes algebraic functions and their graphs, derivatives,
  This is a review of fundamental operations of algebra involving first
                                                                                   techniques and applications, integration of algebraic functions and
degree equations, simple quadratic equations, equations with two variable
                                                                                   applications of the definite integral. Theory. Prerequisite: MATh 1513 or
and systems of equations and inequalities. One year of high school algebra
                                                                                   equivalent, or division chair approval.
is recommended. This is an excellent refresher course for those students
needing MATh 1513. Theory. Note: available online.                                 MATH 3103
MATH 1473                                                                          Discrete Mathematics.
Mathematical Structures I                                                            In this course, students investigate discrete mathematical concepts, to
                                                                                   include: logic, Boolean algebra, probability and combinatorics, set theory,
  This course is a study of the fundamental structures of mathematics for
                                                                                   proofs, proof techniques, relations, functions, graph theory and trees.
non-math or non-science/engineering majors. Topics include problem-
                                                                                   Theory. Prerequisites: MATh 1513 and MATh 2013 or division chair
solving, estimation, set theory, logic, number theory, algebraic equations,
                                                                                   approval.
the qualities, and applications. Theory.

MATH 1513                                                                          MEcHANIcAL AGRIcULTURE (McAG)
college Algebra.
                                                                                   MCAG 1213
  Quadratic equations, functions and graphs, inequalities, systems
of equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, determinants,                 Basic Agriculture Electronics.
permutations and combinations and the binomial theorem are all covered               This course offers instruction in basic concepts associated with agriculture
in this course. Theory. Prerequisites: MATh 0163 or two years high school          electronic devices. Skills regarding the uses of electronic diagnostic
algebra or a sufficiently high score on the COMPASS entry assessment test.         instruments, repair tools and other basic electronic skills necessary to
Note: available online.                                                            troubleshoot, repair and install agriculture electronic and mechanical
                                                                                   control devices associated with applications of Precision Agriculture will be
MATH 1613                                                                          emphasized. Theory.
Trigonometry.
                                                                                   MCAG 2023
  The major emphasis in this course is on solving right and oblique
triangles with applications. Radian measure and graphing of trigonometric          Agriculture Electronic Devices and Systems.
functions, complex numbers and solving logarithmic and exponential                   This course offers instruction on control and instrument systems
functions are also covered. Theory.                                                including sensor and actuator principles, interface electronics, system
                                                                                   identification, installation and set-up. Applications within the context of
MATH 2003                                                                          precision agriculture to include GPS, auto-steer, auto-guidance system,
Business Mathematics.                                                              spray controller systems, and optical sensors applications will be stressed.
 Applications of mathematical principles of business are discussed. Topics         Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: MGAC 1213 or division chair approval.
covered include trade and cash discounts, mark up and mark down, payroll
and simple and compound interest. Theory.                                          MULTIMEDIA TEcHNOLOGy (MMT)
MATH 2113                                                                          MMT 1213
Plane Analytic Geometry.                                                           Introduction to Multimedia/Internet.
 Cartesian coordinates, the straight line, circle/locus problems, parabola,         This course is an introduction to the multimedia industry and to web site
hyperbola, ellipse, polar coordinates vectors, lines and planes, and               design and production. Students will explore the components of multi-
sketching curves. Theory. Prerequisites: MATh 1513 and MATh 1613 or                media development and the vast array of skill sets required. It includes an
division chair approval.                                                           overview of XhTML, CSS, tables, and web site design and production.
                                                                                   Students will design and maintain a multi-page personal web site. .Students
MATH 2123                                                                          will utilize the Internet as a source of research and teaching/learning
Technical calculus I.                                                              delivery. Theory/Lab. Corequisites: VIS 1123, GRD 1133.
  This course will focus on functions and graphs, differentiation, and             MMT 1303
integration with applications. Theory. Prerequisites: Math 1513 and Math
1613 or division chair approval.                                                   Multimedia Authoring I.
                                                                                    This course is an introduction to producing interactive multimedia
                                                                                   applications utilizing sprite animation, 2-D, text, sound, interactivity and




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authoring. Emphasis in this course is on Macromedia FLASh and various             real job interviewing. Post-tests will be administered and included in the
Internet production software and utilities. Students will rely heavily on         student’s final grade. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: All required MMT courses
printed instructions and CD based tutorials. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: MMT        or the division chair’s permission.
1213.
                                                                                  MMT 2806
MMT 2403                                                                          Multimedia Internship.
Interface Design.                                                                  This course consists of on-the-job training in industry. It emphasizes
 This course explores users’ experience with information, design,                 supervised employment and observation. Lab. Prerequisites: MMT 2513
architecture and the interface of a multimedia site. A rationale, design          or the division chair’s permission and have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
concepts, navigation, and visualizing skills will be employed in developing       Corequisite: MMT 2544.
appropriate interface devices. Students will use traditional drawing
mediums and computer applications to produce prototypes. Theory/Lab.
Prerequisites: VIS 1203, VIS 1373. Corequisite: MMT 2413.
                                                                                  MUScOGEE cREEK NATION (MvSK)
                                                                                   These courses are offered through OSU-Okmulgee on behalf of the
MMT 2413                                                                          College of the Muscogee Nation.
Multimedia for the Internet.                                                      MVSK 1111
 This course explores intermediate principles of rich media, net                  college cornerstone (Freshman Orientation).
architecture and advanced CSS. Students will advance their skills in image
                                                                                   Focuses on porviding the foundtation for students during the college
preparation, typography and page layout techniques for optimal download
                                                                                  years. The assignments reflect the transition into and fundamentals of
and display. Emphasis of this course is Macromedia Dreamweaver and
                                                                                  college life. The course offers a brief overview of the OSU-Okmulgee
various Internet production software and utilities. Students will produce and
                                                                                  campus and services with a focus on teh basic survival skills to meet teh
maintain an online resume/portfolio site. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: MMT
                                                                                  collegiate expectations. Pass/Fail basis. Theory. Prerequisites: None.
2513. Corequisite: MMT 2403.
                                                                                  MVSK 1113
MMT 2423
                                                                                  Native American History.
Introduction to Web Design and Production.
                                                                                    This course is designed to provide a brief overview of Pre-Columbian
 Introduction to the basic concepts of web design and production. Students
                                                                                  North American history and a more detailed examination of Oklahoma
will be exposed to hTML code, appropriate web graphic file formats and
                                                                                  American Indian history to November 1907. The course will assist
various page layout techniques. Project oriented. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites:
                                                                                  students in gaining a basic and fundamental knowledge of First American
GRD 2413, GRD 2423. Corequisite: GRD 2523.
                                                                                  Oklahoma history from a persepective seldom explored and often ignored
MMT 2513                                                                          by academia. Students will learn the significance of the American Indian to
                                                                                  the development of Oklahoma and the government of the United States of
Multimedia Authoring II.                                                          America. Theory. Prerequisites: None.
  This course involves producing interactive multimedia applications
utilizing advanced authoring and script writing techniques. Emphasis in this      MVSK 1123
course is on Flash ActionScript to produce rich media for CD ROM and the          Beginning creek Language.
Internet. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: MMT 1303.
                                                                                   In this class, students will learn basic phrases, expressions, methods of
MMT 2523                                                                          communication in the Creek language. Beginning level conversational
                                                                                  proficiency will be emphasized. Theory.
3-D computer Modeling.
 This course is an introduction to terminology and concepts of 3-D                MVSK 1133
modeling and key frame animation. Students will utilize 3-D modeling              Intermediate creek Language.
software to design and construct 3-D objects, work with texture mapping
                                                                                   This class will be a continuation of the Beginning Creek Language with
and become familiar with basic modeling tools and techniques. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  an additional focus on reading, writing and comprehending the language.
Prerequisites: MMT 1213, VIS 1373.
                                                                                  Activities will emphasize Creek language interaction among students for
MMT 2544                                                                          achieving a higher level of conversational proficiency. Theory. Prerequisite:
                                                                                  MVSK 1123 or permission of instructor.
Web Site Planning and Design
  This course explores advanced principles of web site architecture,              MVSK 1203
planning and production. This project-based class will allow students             Introduction to Personal Fitness.
to experiment with various Internet production software. Students will
                                                                                    This course focuses upon a better understanding of concepts related to
produce, upload to a server, and maintain the web site project. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  personal fitness including training methods, fitness assessment, nutrition,
Prerequisites: MMT 2403, MMT 2413.
                                                                                  aerobic exercise and supplemental weight training that promotes a healthy
MMT 2563                                                                          lifestyle for day-to-day living. Students will be exposed to techniques
                                                                                  relating to assessing body composition. Fundamentals of designing fitness
Introduction to Digital Non-Linear Editing.                                       programs will be suggested. Theory.
 This course is an introduction to terminology and concepts of digital
non-linear video editing. Students will gain hands-on experience in video         MVSK 1213
capture and editing using Adobe Premiere, AfterEffects, and the Media 100         Native American Tribal Government
non-linear editing suite. This is a project-oriented and collaborative learning
                                                                                    The course is designed to provide a brief overview of selected North
experience. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: MMT 1213, VIS 1373.
                                                                                  American Indian Tribal Governments. The course will expose students
MMT 2716                                                                          to vaious methods used in teh development of Tribal Governments, their
                                                                                  Constitutions, laws, and organizations. Some Pre-Columbian history will
Multimedia capstone.                                                              be examined as it applies to modern federal tribal governments. Theory.
  This course represents the final culmination of the program of study            Prerequisite: None.
involving either hypothetical or live assignments and incorporates all of
the learning objectives. An interactive CD and Internet web site of work
produced, including resume, will be required for job preparation and



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MVSK 2013                                                                         nanofabrication. Nanoscale science is discussed in connection with selected
Advanced creek Language.                                                          nanotechnologies, as object sizes are reduced from bulk to nanoparticles in
                                                                                  the 1 to 100 nanometer range. Enabling applications in the areas of health,
  This course is designed to give students intensive practice at the advanced
                                                                                  food, agriculture, forensic science, military biophotonics, biosystems,
level of reading, writing and speaking the Muscogee language. Listening
                                                                                  and security are considered. Nanoeconomics and future trends of
and speaking skills will be emphasized in class. Students will write a
                                                                                  nanobiotechnology are discussed. Theory/Lab.
series of brief compositions and focus on developing new vocabulary.
Students will participate in simulated conversations using the Muscogee           ETNT 2091.
language. Theory. Prerequisites: MVSK 1123, MVSK 1133 or permission
of instructor.
                                                                                  Special Project in Nanotechnology.
                                                                                   This is an individual study course under the supervision of an instructor.
MVSK 2053                                                                         Projects that research an aspect or application of nanotechnology may
Indian Land Issues.                                                               be undertaken with credit hours determined by the level and amount of
                                                                                  effort required. Projects may be assigned or students may pursue cross-
  This course will provide an overview of the Federal land tenure system,
                                                                                  cutting projects of their interest that integrate nanotechnology with biology,
Indian land history and Indian land law. It will also identify the roles of the
                                                                                  chemistry, physics, materials science, legal, business, or other disciplines on
various disciplines with trust duties involving Indian land tenure. Theory.
                                                                                  approval. Lab.
MVSK 2213
                                                                                  ETNT 2103
Introduction to Native American/Oklahoma                                          characterization of Nanostructures.
Gaming.                                                                             This course introduces students to the operation of nanoscale
  This course will include history of Native American gaming focusing on          characterization equipment. Electron, atomic force, and scanning
the unique aspects of tribal gaming in Oklahoma. Current and future trends        tunneling electron microscopes and x-ray crystal diffraction techniques are
of Indian gaming will be discussed. Students will study the issues of the         introduced. Preparation of samples, monatomic deposition techniques of
Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. Theory.                                             vapor desposition, sputter deposition, measurement and analysis of a variety
MVSK 2133                                                                         of emitted signals including secondary and backscattered electrons, x-rays,
                                                                                  and cathodoluminescent are covered. Next-generation metrology tools for
conversational Mvskoke.                                                           MEMS and NEMS inspection are considered. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite
  This class will focus on listening and speaking the Creek language with         ETNT 1013.
intense practice on topics of everyday life. Theory.
                                                                                  ETNT 2123
MVSK 2153                                                                         Nanoscale Devices and Systems.
Grant Writing.                                                                      This course covers micro and nanosystems used in micro/nanofabrication,
  This class teaches the mechanics of proposal writing and the political          mechanics, heat transfer, fluid dynamics, electromagnetic sensors for
and social aspects of “grantsmanship.” Students will develop skills in            biological, and chemical and physical data acquisition. Students are
identifying sources of grant funding, doing useful research to support their      introduced to micro and nano-scale devices, optical sensors in living cells,
applications, and tailoring their proposals to specific audience interests.       chemical sensors using examples from micro and nanoelectromechanical
Theory.                                                                           (NEMS) real-world applications. An important course component is
                                                                                  introduction to modeling and simulation in the design of such nanodevices.
MVSK 2213                                                                         Topics such as continuum dynamics, energy methods, elastic structures,
Native American Gaming Law.                                                       optics, photonics, heat-transfer, fluids, sensors, actuators, and device
  This course will focus on the various local, state and federal regulatory       fabrication are considered. Aspects of a nanodevice and supports chemical
processes including compacts, gaming ordinances and internal control              structure, electrical and optical properties as well as operational capabilities,
regulations. Theory..                                                             sensing, power requirements, communication, safety constraints, motility,
                                                                                  legal status, physical properties, operational capabilities, integration
MVSK 2513                                                                         and various visual representations are simulated on computer. Also
community Health.                                                                 nanolithography applications in electronics, and other related topics are
  This course is designed to create an awareness of current trends, basic         covered. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETNT 2103.
issues, controversial issues and fundamental principles in health promotion       ETNT 2133
and health education. Particular emphasis will be placed in promoting the
physical, mental and social welfare of Native American citizens in schools        Nanomaterials and Nanofabrication.
and communities based on The healthy People 2000: health Promotion and              This course introduces students to current and developing techniques
Disease Prevention Objectives. Theory.                                            in the manufacture and application of nanoscale materials and devices.
                                                                                  Structure and properties of materials at the nanometer scale are discussed.
MVSK 2523                                                                         Nanomaterial topics include properties of oxides, creation of oxide
Personal and Family Living.                                                       nanostructures, macromolecular structures with nanometer-scale features,
  This course is designed to empower students to take action for the well         “smart surface” nanocomposites, nanostructured hybred materials, and
being of themselves and others as they effectively manage the roles and           molecular self assembly. Top-down and botton-up approaches to the
responsibilities created by family, career and community interactions.            fabrication of nanoscale materials is introduced. Basic nanofabrication
Theory.                                                                           topics include epitaxy, beam lithography, self-assembly, biocatalyst
                                                                                  synthesis, atom optics, and scanning probe lithography. Aspects of
                                                                                  nanomachines in nature with attention to the role of self-lubrication,
NANOScIENTIFIc TEcHNOLOGy (ETNT)                                                  intracellular or interstitial viscosity, and protein-guided adhesions are
ETNT 1013                                                                         discussed. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ETNT 2123.
Introduction to Nanoscience/Nanotechnologies.                                     ETNT 2806
  This introductory course presents both theoretical concepts and practical       Nanotechnology Internship.
applications in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. The “bottom-up”                     An internship is a cooperative agreement between industry and education
research view in nanoscience and the “top-down” engineering view                  which allows students to utilize and refine skills previously learned in
in nanotechnology are contrasted and integrated for understanding                 their education which allows work to be performed in accordance with



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industry standards and guidelines, and will be supervised by industry            measurement; calculation of oral and parenteral dosages; intravenous flow
and school representatives. Internship site should be at a company that          rate calculations; pediatric calculations; and intensive care calculations.
utilizes scientific micro or nanotechnology in some meaningful application.      Theory. Corequisite: NURS 1128.
Depending on the students’ interest, the internship can focus on research,
engineering, manufacturing, marketing, environmental standards regulation,       NURS 2002
or other phases of the economic cycle. Lab. Prerequisites: Final semester;       Pharmacology in Nursing.
and have completed a minimum of 45 credit hours, including all previously          Basic concepts and principles of pharmacology and terminology used in
required technical courses. In addition student must have a minimum 2.0          pharmacology as related to the role of the nurse. Included will be sources
retention GPA.                                                                   of drug manufacturing, introduction to drug classifications, and the usage
                                                                                 of drugs in the health status of individuals throughout the life span.
NURSING (NURS)                                                                   Other related concepts will include legal and ethical responsibilities and
                                                                                 considerations, and utilization of the nursing process when administering
NURS 1128                                                                        medication therapy. Theory. Prerequisite: NURS 1128 and basic computer
Foundations of Nursing.                                                          literacy. (This class is an on-line class with one instructor-to-student
  This course introduces the student to the roles of the nurse as a provider     orientation meeting, so computer proficiency is a must to be successful in
of care, a manager of care, and a member within the discipline of nursing.       this class.)
As a provider of care the student learns to assist the client to meet his/       NURS 2090 (1-9 credit hours)
her needs when health fluctuates on the wellness-illness continuum. An
overview of the nursing process is presented as a method for planning            Individualized Study.
care for clients throughout the life span along with the significance of           This course is a Nursing elective open to currently enrolled nursing
providing culturally competent nursing care. Emphasis will also be placed        students only. This individual/group study and/or analysis of a selected
on establishing nurse/client relationships and therapeutic communications.       topic in Nursing may be repeated with a different topic. Theory.
Skills associated with the role of the nurse are the primary focus. Theory/
Lab/Clinical. Prerequisite: Admittance to the nursing program required to        NURS 2129
take this course.                                                                Nursing care of Adults I.
                                                                                   In this course, the student will utilize theoretical knowledge, nursing
NURS 1132                                                                        process and clinical skills to meet the biological-psychological-sociological
Pre-Nursing Preparation.                                                         needs of individual adults experiencing medical-surgical and psychiatric
  This course is a nursing elective open to pre-nursing students only. The       disorders. Theory related to tan expanded assessment is presented and
Pre-Nursing Preparation course has been designed to promote success              emphasis is placed on the student’s functioning more independently when
in the nursing program. Students will be assisted in evaluating their own        providing client care within an interdisciplinary framework, Professional
learning styles and discovering their most effective study methods. An           growth and personal accountability are stressed throughout the course. The
explanation of cognitive levels of test questions is included, with emphasis     clinical content of this course utilizes theory content from NURS 2129.
on application-style questions found in nursing course exams, as well as in      Theory and campus laboratory skills enable the student to plan and provide
the national licensure exam. Exercises in critical thinking will be integrated   care for clients with acute and chronic illnesses in clinical setting. Theory/
throughout the course. Exposure to the use of nursing informatics and time       Clinical. Prerequisites: NURS 1128, NURS 1142.
management skills will further enhance the student’s probability of success
in the nursing program. Theory. Prerequisite: Student must be in good            NURS 2222
academic standing and have completed all remedial coursework prior to            Nursing capstone Seminar.
enrolling in this course.                                                          In this course, the student will use the nursing process to analyze current
                                                                                 trends and issues influencing nursing. The course will examine the impact
NURS 1133                                                                        of social and technologic changes in relation to the nursing profession and
LPN to RN Transition.                                                            discuss ethical and legal issues; analyze concepts common to effective
  This course is designed to provide career mobility for the eligible            leadership and management; and assist in NCLEX-RN preparation. Theory.
licensed practical nurse. The course provides an introduction to the nursing     Corequisite: NURS 2229.
process with a focus on man’s adaptation to meet his basic needs. Skills in
interpersonal relationships and physical assessment will be developed with       NURS 2229
special emphasis on nursing process, communication, values clarification         Nursing care of Adults II.
and role change. A review of dosage calculation methods will also occur.           This course focuses on the provision of advanced care for adult clients
Theory/Lab. Corequisite: NURS 1229.                                              in complex settings. The student will demonstrate an internalization of
                                                                                 the nursing process in the coordination of care for individuals and groups
NURS 1229                                                                        of clients. In the roles of provider and manager of care, the student will
Nursing care of Families.                                                        be providing the opportunity to practice accountability for their own
  This course is provides the opportunity for students to acquire knowledge      nursing judgments and actions. The clinical component of this course
of the nursing process in the practice of safe nursing care of families          utilizes theory content from NURS 2229. Selected clinical experiences
experiencing childbearing and pediatric nursing care. Focus will be placed       provide management and critical care opportunities for the student to apply
on meeting basic needs, and applying developmental theory. The role of           concepts, principles and skills acquired in related theory classes. Theory/
the student as a member within the profession will be expanded through           Clinical. Prerequisite: NURS 2129. Corequisite: NURS 2222.
recognition of accountability for nursing practice and identification of the
need for personal/professional development. The clinical component of            NURS 2301
this course utilizes theory content from NURS 1229. Theory and campus            Medical Terminology I.
laboratory skills enable the student to plan and provide care for clients/         This one credit hour course focuses on the development of competence in
families in selected obstetric and pediatric settings. Theory/Lab/Clinical.      understanding and applying medical terminology. This course will include
                                                                                 introduction to word parts, root words, prefixes and suffixes, including
NURS 1322                                                                        spelling. The course includes an initial meeting with instructor and
Nursing Dosage calculation.                                                      students. This course is provided on-line. Theory. Prerequisite: Computer
  Math for nurses is designed to introduce the nursing major to the              literacy.
mathematical skills essential for calculating medication dosages. Content
includes conversion between metric, apothecaries and household systems of



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NURS 2302                                                                         management for manual and automated systems. It cover rules for
Medical Terminology II.                                                           alphabetic, numeric, and subject filing and alphabetic indexing for
                                                                                  computer databases. Theory.
  This two credit hour option will include the one credit option and also
interpret meaning of terminology in light of basic anatomy, physiology,           OIS 1323
and pathology. The course includes an initial meeting with instructor and
                                                                                  Keyboarding.
students. This course is provided on-line. Theory. Prerequisite: Computer
literacy.                                                                          This course develops keyboarding speed and accuracy on the personal
                                                                                  computer through application of the touch methods, as well as formatting
NURS 2303                                                                         of letters and memos using word processing software. Theory/Lab.
Medical Terminology III.                                                          OIS 1333
  This three credit hour option will include the one and two credit hour
                                                                                  Document Production.
options plus use of abbreviations, documentation guideline, procedures
of body systems, diagnostic procedures, and pharmacology. The course               This course provides continued development of keyboarding speed and
includes an initial meeting with instructor and students. This course is          accuracy on the personal computer and includes formatting office letters,
provided on-line. Theory. Prerequisite: Computer literacy.                        memos, and administrative communications. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: OIS
                                                                                  1323.

NUTRITIONAL ScIENcES (NScI)                                                       OIS 1343
NSCI 1113                                                                         Advanced Document Production.
Introduction to Nutrition.                                                          This course reinforces previously learned word processing skills and uses
                                                                                  a project-based approach to develop advanced proficiency in managing
  This introductory course explores functions of the nutrients in human life      documents using word processing software. Mailable documents requiring
process and relationship to disease and health conditions, including nutrient     advanced formatting tools are created and edited. Theory. Prerequisite: OIS
relationship to health as a basis for food choices. Theory. Prerequisite: The     1333.
division chair’s approval.
                                                                                  OIS 1373
OFFIcE INFORMATION SySTEMS (OIS)                                                  Business communications.
  These courses are a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with                This course emphasizes composition and preparation of written business
technology centers and are not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.                communications. Elements of cultural diversity, proofreading and listening
                                                                                  skills are also addressed. Theory.
OIS 1013
Office Procedures.                                                                OIS 1383
  This course covers the office professional’s role and responsibilities in the   customer Service.
office and in public relations. Office ergonomics; office communications           Through this course students explore practices and models that promote
including mail/shipment handling, telephone skills and telecommunications;        positive and continuing relationships with internal and external customers,
meetings, conferences and travel arrangements; use of office equipment            with emphasis on helping organizations exceed customer expectations.
are included in this Office Information Systems Technology Career                 Theory/Lab.
Cornerstone, which also provides a broad range of career information.
Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: OIS 1323 or instructor approval.                        OIS 1413
                                                                                  Business computer Applications.
OIS 1113
                                                                                   Through this course, students will learn word processing, spreadsheet,
Legal Terminology I.                                                              database, and presentation software for the preparation of written business
  This course includes careers for legal secretaries, law office personnel/       communications, financial records, charts and graphs, summary reports,
functions, ethics, state/federal court systems, introduction to prepare legal     and visual communications. Theory/Lab.
documents; spelling and defining legal terms and phrases. Theory.
                                                                                  OIS 1423
OIS 1143                                                                          Integrated Applications.
Desktop Publishing.                                                                In this course students integrate desktop applications of word processing,
  This course prepares the student to design and produce documents                spreadsheets, database, and presentations in the completion of various
integrating graphics and text using electronic publishing software on             office and administrative assignments. Theory/Lab.
personal computers. Theory. Prerequisite: OIS 1323 or CS 1013 or
instructor approval.                                                              OIS 1433
                                                                                  Web Design Basics.
OIS 1153
                                                                                   Through this course students learn to design, develop, deploy and
Medical Terminology I.                                                            maintain web sites. Topics include: mark-up languages, database integration
 This course teaches the spelling and meaning of medical terms, root              and interactive web page development. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: CS 1013.
words, prefixes, suffixes, multiple combinations, and basic anatomy.
Theory.                                                                           OIS 2090
                                                                                  Special Projects.
OIS 1173
                                                                                    Special projects utilize individual study under the supervision of an
Medical Terminology II.                                                           instructor. Projects may be undertaken in any area of office administration
  This course is a continuation of Medical Terminology I and includes             training with credit hours determined by level and amount of involvement.
prefixes suffixes combining forms, basic anatomy, medical reports and             Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: the division chair’s permission.
forms. Theory. Prerequisite: OIS 1153.
                                                                                  OIS 2101
OIS 1282                                                                          Employment Orientation.
Records Management.                                                                This course focuses on employment and career readiness. Upon
 This course emphasizes principles and practices of effective records             completion of this course, students will have demonstrated job readiness as



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well as the ability to articulate their professional goals, and developed the       between industry and education in which students utilize and refine
materials and skills necessary to secure appropriate employment. Topics             previously learned skills, and gain a working knowledge of and experience
include: employment procedures and guidelines, career planning and job              with contemporary industry culture, standards and practices. Lab.
searches and common workplace issues. Theory. Prerequisites: Possess a              Prerequisites: OIS 2101 and approval by the internship coordinator and the
minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA or have the division chair’s approval.                   division chair.

OIS 2503
Database Applications.
                                                                                    ORIENTATION (ORIE)
  This course will include database design, creation, maintenance and               ORIE 1011
reporting using a microcomputer database application package. Theory.               college Strategies.
OIS 2526                                                                             This course is designed for freshman students and emphasizes the
                                                                                    consideration of academic, social, vocational and other basic concerns
Medical Transcription I.                                                            common to first-year college students. Theory. Note: available online.
 This course emphasizes transcription of medical diction for physicians,
hospitals and clinics and study of disease processes. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                    ORTHOTIc AND PROSTHETIc
OIS 2573                                                                            TEcHNOLOGy (OPA, OPT)
IcD-9-cM coding.                                                                    OPA 1123
 This course studies the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth
                                                                                    career cornerstone for the Orthotics and
Revision, Clinical Modification (ICM-9-CM). Theory. Prerequisite: OIS
1173.                                                                               Prosthetics Profession.
                                                                                      This course introduces the student to the theory and application of Orthotics
OIS 2583                                                                            and Prosthetics as an integral part of the rehabilitation medicine team. The role
Electronic Medical Office Procedures.                                               of the Orthotic and prosthetic professional as well as the profession’s scope of
 This course uses administrative software, such as Medisoft, to input               practice are discussed. This course provides fundamental knowledge for medical
patient information, schedule appointments, handle billing, produce lists           terminology and musculoskeletal anatomy as well as an introduction to the
and reports, and submit third-party payer claims for reimbursement. Theory.         proper use of power tools and specialized equipment required in the fabrication
                                                                                    of orthoses and prostheses. Safety techniques and procedures in the lab are
OIS 2593                                                                            emphasized. Theory/Lab.
Medical Office Procedures.                                                          OPA 1314
  This course includes responsibilities of the medical secretary, including
                                                                                    Lower Extremity Orthotics I.
medical specialties, chart notes, CPT coding, law, ethics and bioethics of
the medical profession. Theory.                                                       This course introduces the student to the theory and application of Lower
                                                                                    Extremity Orthotics as an integral part of the rehabilitation medicine team.
OIS 2683                                                                            Scope of practice, medical terminology, musculoskeletal anatomy and the
Project Management.                                                                 proper use of power tools, safety and specialized equipment required for the lab
                                                                                    are emphasized. Normal human locomotion, and shoe fitting and modification
  This course introduces students to the principles and application of project
                                                                                    principles will be covered. Students will fabricate two types of foot orthoses,
management techniques with an emphasis on the design and management
                                                                                    one UCBL orthosis, as well as different types of ankle-foot orthoses to include
of business and administrative systems projects. Topics include project
                                                                                    conventional and polymer systems. Students will fabricate and fit two types of
planning, work team design, project estimation techniques, project
                                                                                    knee-ankle-foot orthoses (KAFOs) to include conventional and hybrid systems
reporting, identifying and controlling project risks, budgets, and quality
                                                                                    and one pediatric hip-knee-ankle-foot orthoses (hKAFO).Theory/Lab.
assurance. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                    OPA 2513
OIS 2800
                                                                                    Prosthetic clinical Experience & capstone.
Internship.
                                                                                      This course is based on supervised clinical observations in relation to
  This supervised internship marks a cooperative agreement between
                                                                                    appropriate tasks of clinical assessment, patient management, professional
industry and education in which students utilize and refine previously
                                                                                    responsibility, practice management and technical implementation in the field
learned skills, and gain a working knowledge of and experience with
                                                                                    of prosthetics. This experience will give the student the opportunity to apply
contemporary industry culture, standards and practices. Lab. Prerequisites:
                                                                                    theory and skills learned in the program to actual patient scenarios under the
OIS 2101 and approval by the internship coordinator and the division chair.
                                                                                    direction of a certified Prosthetists supervisor. This course will also serve as
OIS 2853                                                                            a Capstone experience designated to culminate entire education effort and to
                                                                                    provide a practical application of the many components related to an occupation.
Legal Terminology II.                                                               Students are required to participate in exit assessment procedures to fulfill the
 This course covers legal document preparation; basic reference materials;          requirements of this course. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: All core courses.
criminal, contracts, torts, real estate, wills and trusts, marriage and divorce
principles and procedures, spelling and defining legal terms and phrases.           OPA 2523
Theory. Prerequisite: OIS 1113.                                                     Orthotic clinical Experience and capstone.
OIS 2863                                                                              This course is based on supervised clinical observations in relation to
                                                                                    appropriate tasks of clinical assessment, patient management, professional
Legal Terminology III.                                                              responsibility, practice management and technical implementation in the field
 This course includes legal document preparation, forms of business                 of Orthotics. This experience will give the student the opportunity to apply
organization, bankruptcy, law library and citation of authorities,                  theory and skills learned in the program to actual patient scenarios under the
administrative agencies, spelling and defining legal terms and phrases.             direction of a certified Orthotists supervisor. This course will also serve as a
Theory. Prerequisite: OIS 1113.                                                     Capstone experience designed to culminate the entire educational effort and to
                                                                                    provide a practical application of the many components related to an occupation.
OIS 2900
                                                                                    Students are required to participate in exit assessment procedures to fulfill the
Advanced Internship.                                                                requirements of this course. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: All core courses.
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OPA 2524                                                                              OPT 1204
Pedorthic Footwear Techniques.                                                        Upper Extremity Prosthetics.
  This course introduces the student to the various components of shoe                  Students will review kinesiology, biomechanics, and vascular supplies
construction with emphasis on modification techniques for orthopedic footwear.        of the upper extremity; and will practice safe lab procedures and material
The student will learn different shoe modifications and their functions as related    utilizations for varying designs of upper extremity prosthetic fabrication.
to foot and ankle disorders, as well as shoe modifications to accommodate             Lecture will be given on all levels of upper extremity amputation,
orthopedic braces and prosthetic devices. This course will cover all forms            conventional components, principles of fabrication and harnessing. Repair/
of rocker soles, stabilizers, flairs, wedges and Orthotic and Prosthetic shoe         replacement and design criteria are covered, as are trans-humeral and
adaptations. The different materials and their applications as related to shoe wear   trans-radial external power components and techniques of fabrication and
will also be covered. Theory/Lab.                                                     utilization properties of each. Theory/Lab.

OPA 2528                                                                              OPT 1214
Pedorthic Footwear Techniques.                                                        Spinal Orthotics.
  This course introduces the student to the various components of shoe                 This course provides a close examination of the normal anatomy of the
construction with emphasis on modification techniques for orthopedic                  human spine with concentration on biomechanics relating to technical
footwear. The student will learn different shoe modifications and                     design. Pathological study includes the effects of disease, injury and
their functions as related to foot and ankle disorders, as well as shoe               malformation of the spine and identification of those specific pathologies
modifications to accommodate orthopedic braces and prosthetic devices.                as related to functional loss to understand Spinal Orthotic provision.
This course will cover all forms of rocker soles, stabilizers, flairs, wedges         Lab safety and procedures will be emphasized. Students will also learn
and Orthotic and Prosthetic shoe adaptations. The different materials and             patient procedures in conjunction with fitting, adjusting and provision of
their applications as related to shoe wear will also be covered. Theory/Lab.          pre fabricated spinal Orthotics within the identified American Board for
                                                                                      Certification scope of practice. Fabrication techniques, including material
OPA 2553                                                                              selections, designs, adjustments and repairs will be covered as well as
Pedorthic clinical Applications.                                                      procedures involved in providing prefabricated spinal orthoses. Theory/Lab.
  This course offers an in depth study of the various disorders and injuries
                                                                                      OPT 1304
of the foot and ankle complex. It prepares the student to learn the proper
clinical assessment techniques for individuals with normal or pathological            Transtibial Prosthetics.
foot conditions. Additional topics include a review of the normal anatomy               This course will cover physical deficits that result from limb loss
of the foot and ankle, physical and biomechanical assessment of the foot,             following trans-tibial amputation. Different levels of trans-tibial and partial
gait analysis, footwear analysis, and prescription criteria for the various           foot amputation, management, prosthetic materials and components, lab
pedorthic treatment modalities. Theory/Lab.                                           safety and equipment techniques as well as principles of fabrication,
                                                                                      suspension and static alignment will also be covered. Theory/Lab.
OPA 2564
Pedorthic Orthotic Techniques.                                                        OPT 2314
  This course is designed to prepare the advanced student to practice                 Prefab and Pedorthic Fundamentals.
Orthotic fabrication techniques. Laboratory exercises are designed to                   This course is an Orthotic Fitters and Pedorthic education module. Facility
allow students to learn modification techniques for prefabricated foot                practice procedures, fitting, adjusting and repair of the Prefabricated
orthoses, design and fabricate custom foot orthoses and practice the various          Orthotics will be taught. Students will also learn patient procedures in
casting techniques for foot impressions. The course allows the student to             conjunction with that of an Orthotic Fitter- - fitting, adjusting and provision
develop advanced skills in Orthotic design and fabrication. Fabrication of            of prefabricated lower extremity Orthotics within the identified American
foot orthoses includes: Soft, semi-rigid, rigid foot orthoses and UCBLs.              Board for Certification scope of practice. Prescription criteria, fitting
Impression taking techniques include: slipper cast, wax in sand and foam              of prefabricated orthoses as indicated relating to disease, malformation
methods. Theory/Lab.                                                                  and injury of the human condition will be covered. Topics relating to the
                                                                                      education of the student in respect to pathomechanics, biomechanics and
OPA 2626                                                                              human anatomy all relating to the provision of prefabricated Orthoses will
Prosthetics Internship.                                                               be taught. This course offers an in depth study of the various disorders
  The internship is a cooperative agreement between an approved Orthotics             and injuries of the foot and ankle complex. It prepares the student to learn
and Prosthetics facility and OSU-Okmulgee to offer supervised on-the-                 the proper clinical assessment techniques for individuals with normal
job professional experience to senior students. The internship provides               or pathological lower extremity conditions. Additional topics include
the opportunity to apply theory concepts and laboratory practice in real              education pertaining to the normal anatomy of the foot and ankle, physical
patient environments. Students are required to make arrangements with                 and biomechanical assessment of the foot, gait analysis, footwear analysis,
an approved facility one semester prior to the start of the course. Weekly            and prescription criteria for the various pedorthic treatment modalities.
reports are required to be submitted to the supervising faculty member as             Study of the ankle complex is covered with particular attention placed on
well as attend a bi-monthly meeting with the responsible instructor. Theory/          anatomy and biomechanics. Theory/Lab.
Lab. Prerequisites: All core courses.
                                                                                      OPT 2324
OPA 2633                                                                              Lower Extremity Orthotics.
Pedorthics clinical Experience and capstone.                                            Lab procedures, design, modification, fabrication, adjustment, and repair
  The Capstone experience culminates the entire educational effort and                of Lower Extremity Orthotics will be taught. Lab safety and procedures
provides a practical application of the many components related to an                 will be emphasized. Review of the ankle, knee and hip complex will be
occupation of Pedorthics. This prepares the student for real life patient             covered with particular attention placed on anatomy and biomechanics.
scenarios in which independent problem solving skills are attained.                   A brief overview of standing systems and reciprocating gait orthoses will
This course is based on supervised clinical observations in relation to               be covered as well. Students will fabricate a UCB, two types of ankle-
appropriate tasks of clinical assessment, patient management, professional            foot orthoses, two types of knee ankle foot orthoses (KAFOs) and/or
responsibility, practice management and technical implementation in the               knee orthoses (KOs) to include conventional and hybred systems and one
field of Pedorthics. Students are required to participate in exit assessment          pediatric hip knee ankle foot orthosis (hKAFO). Theory/Lab.
procedures to fulfill the requirements of this course. Theory/Lab.
Prerequisites: All required Pedorthics courses.




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OPT 2404
                                                                                 PHOTOGRAPHy (PHO)
Transfemoral Prosthetics.
                                                                                 PHO 1013
  Students will cover the physical deficits that result from limb loss
following trans-femoral amputation. Levels of amputation, medical                Applications of computers to Photography.
management, materials and components, and principles of fabrication,              An introduction to page layout and digital imaging utilizing the Macintosh
dynamic alignment will be presented. Fabrication techniques, designs and         computer. Through lecture and projects, students learn the underlying
component selection for all trans-femoral types of amputations will be           principles of basic design with text and photographs along with basic
given. Fluid control mechanisms and various other types of knee units will       digital image capture, adjustments and manipulation. Theory/Lab.
be reviewed. Comprehensive lab safety and utilization will be covered.
Acquisition of fabrication items/components and lab inventory particular         PHO 1113
methodologies will be presented. Theory/Lab.                                     Fundamentals of Photography.
                                                                                   This course includes basic camera operation including shutter speed,
OPT 2414
                                                                                 aperture and their relation to exposure, types of films and cameras, basic
Upper Extremity Orthotics.                                                       lighting and composition. Theory. Corequisite: PhO 1123.
  This course covers the study of the normal anatomy and biomechanics of
the upper extremity. Pathological study includes various designs of Orthotic     PHO 1123
intervention and its application. Students will also learn patient procedures    Darkroom I.
in conjunction with fitting, adjusting and provision of prefabricated upper        This course covers the principles of black and white processing. An
extremity Orthotics within the identified American Board for Certification       introduction is also given to the use of darkroom equipment. Theory/Lab.
scope of practice of an Orthotic Fitter. Students will be educated regarding     Corequisite: PhO 1113.
lab procedures, safety, material choice and properties together with the
design and fabrication of custom upper extremity Orthotics. Theory/Lab.          PHO 1213
                                                                                 Darkroom II.
OPT 2812
                                                                                  This course covers principles and application of color photographic
Internship (12 credit hours).                                                    processing, using both negative and transparency materials. Theory/Lab.
  The internship is a cooperative agreement between an approved Orthotics        Prerequisites: PhO 1113, PhO 1123. Corequisite: PhO 1223.
and Prosthetics facility and OSU-Okmulgee to offer supervised on-the-job
professional experience to completing students. The internship provides the      PHO 1223
opportunity to apply concepts and practice in real patient environments.         color Processes and Materials.
Students are required to make arrangements with an approved facility              This course explores the use of color films to produce color photographs
one semester prior to the start of the course. Weekly reports are required       and transparencies. Students will also study light and filtration. Theory/Lab.
to be submitted to the supervising faculty member as well as attend a bi-        Corequisite: PhO 1213.
monthly meeting with the responsible instructor. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite:
The student must have completed a minimum of 12 hours of college                 PHO 1313
credit in general education with a grade point average of 2.5 or better          Studio I.
(in a 4.0 grading scale), completed a minimum of 24 hours of college
credit in technical education in his/her program of study, and have been           This course covers the photography topics of controlled light
recommended by the faculty of his/her program of study.                          environment, electronic flash, incandescent lighting, special emphasis
                                                                                 lighting and natural light. An introduction to view camera and large format
                                                                                 films is also given. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: PhO 1213, PhO 1223.
PHILOSOPHy (PHIL)
                                                                                 PHO 1323
PHIL 1013
                                                                                 Advanced Black and White Photography.
Ethics of Leadership.
                                                                                   This course includes both theory and application in advanced black and
  This course is designed to provide emerging and existing leaders the           white photography using both archival and resin coated processes and
opportunity to explore philosophies of leadership and ethics in order to         materials. Proper procedures for obtaining the maximum image quality
develop and improve their leadership skills. Emphasis is on integrity,           from black and white films and papers will be explored. Theory/Lab.
personal morality, honest, and social responsibility. The course integrates      Prerequisites: PhO 1113, PhO 1123, or the division chair’s permission.
readings from the humanities, experiential exercises, films, and case
studies. Theory. Notes: designated as humanities; available online.              PHO 1353
PHIL 1213                                                                        Photojournalism.
                                                                                  This course covers the topics of equipment, manipulation of photographic
Ethics.
                                                                                 processes, adapting photographic skills to publication requirements,
  This course examines the types of situations that pose ethical problems        deadline and assignments and simple feature to complex photo essays.
in the workplace. Emphasis is on integrity, personal morality, honest and        Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: PhO 1223 or the division chair’s permission.
social responsibility. Case studies and comparison/contrast of legal/ethical
issues are also discussed. Theory. Notes: designated as humanities;              PHO 2090 (1-12 credit hours)
available online.                                                                Special Projects.
PHIL 1313                                                                          This course provides an individual study under the supervision of an
                                                                                 instructor with credit hours to be determined by the complexity of the
Introduction to Logic.
                                                                                 project. Projects may be undertaken in any area of photography. Theory/
  In this course, students investigate contemporary issues to develop the        Lab. Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.
reasoning and analytical skills essential to the application of critical-
thinking processes and principles. Topics include: basic logical concepts        PHO 2313
and systems, language and arguments, symbols and translation, as well as         Digital Photography.
deductive and inductive reasoning. Theory. Note: designated as humanities.
                                                                                  This course is designed to introduce students to the processes and
                                                                                 procedures of digital photography. Students will work with scanners and
                                                                                 digital cameras to input images into the digital environment. Utilizing




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Adobe PhotoShop and other image manipulation software tools, students           and included in the student’s final grade. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: All
will learn how to enhance, size and alter photographs while preparing           required PhO courses or the division chair’s permission.
them for output. Special consideration will be given to understanding the
digital photographer’s workflow, including digital file types. Theory/Lab.      PHO 2703
Prerequisite: PhO 1013.                                                         Advertising Photography.
                                                                                  This course covers advanced studio and location photography including
PHO 2413
                                                                                the areas of catalog and advertising. Students will explore product
Studio II.                                                                      lighting and work closely with the client and art director. A combination
  This course covers advanced lighting techniques including portraiture,        of traditional film-based and digital capture assignments provide in-depth
product and lighting for different surfaces using a variety of film and         experience. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: PhO 2413 or the division chair’s
camera formats. Students will cover the American Society of Media               permission.
Photographers professional business practices. A combination of traditional
film-based and digital capture assignments provide in-depth experience.         PHO 2713
Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: PhO 1313, PhO 2313 or the division chair’s           Advanced Portrait Photography.
permission.                                                                       This course explores applied studio and location portraiture directed
                                                                                toward challenging students to create expressive and innovative portraits
PHO 2423
                                                                                while developing personal style for lighting, posing and personality
Portrait Photography.                                                           interpretation. A combination of traditional film-based and digital capture
 This course includes advanced studio and location photography including        assignments provide in-depth experience. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: PhO
special lighting, posing people, communication techniques, equipment            2423 or the division chair’s permission.
demands and restrictions. A combination of traditional film-based and
                                                                                PHO 2723
digital capture assignments provide in-depth experience. Theory/Lab.
Prerequisites: PhO 1313, PhO 2313 or the division chair’s permission.           Documentary Photography.
                                                                                  This course includes advanced applications of News Photography. The
PHO 2453                                                                        student will also explore current social and cultural issues. Emphasis is
Advanced Digital Photography.                                                   on informative images that effectively communicate issues to the viewer.
 This course builds on the techniques and processes learned in Digital          A combination of traditional film-based and digital capture assignments
Photography. Students learn advanced digital camera techniques, color           provide in-depth experience. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: PhO 1353, PhO
correction, prepress processes and digital workflow. Special emphasis           2313 or the division chair’s permission.
will be placed on image scanning and output, image enhancement, file
                                                                                PHO 2733
preparation, special effects and file manipulation. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite:
PhO 2313 or the division chair’s permission.                                    Advanced Black and White Portraiture.
                                                                                 This course includes specialized studio and location portraiture using
PHO 2483                                                                        black and white photography as a medium for tonal control, exposure and
color and Digital concepts.                                                     creative lighting. A combination of traditional film-based and digital capture
 An advanced color theory course exploring issues in digital color, digital     assignments provide in-depth experience. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: PhO
photography and image file formats. Close attention will be given to color      2423 or the division chair’s permission.
calibration. Various software packages are used to prepare color projects.
                                                                                PHO 2743
Students develop an understanding of value and color as it applies to color
models and will demonstrate knowledge of both printed and digital output.       Advanced Fashion Illustration/Glamour.
Emphasis is placed on problem solving, development of visual color acuity,       This course includes advanced photographic skills and techniques in
understanding color harmony, calibration and imaging techniques, and the        marketing clothing and/or a model for fashion and glamour photography.
psychological, societal, and environmental impact of color. Theory/Lab.         A combination of traditional film-based and digital capture assignments
Prerequisite: PhO 2313.                                                         provide in-depth experience. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: PhO 2423 or the
                                                                                division chair’s permission.
PHO 2513
Editorial Portraiture.                                                          PHO 2753
  This course covers advanced applications of studio and location portrait      Applied Portrait Techniques for Animals.
techniques, with emphasis on personal expression and subject matter               This course blends traditional portrait poising and lighting techniques to
exploration. Students work with different types of film and lighting with       the specialized area of animals. Students work in both studio and outdoor
emphasis on producing images suitable for publication. A combination of         environments. A combination of traditional film-based and digital capture
traditional film-based and digital capture assignments provide in-depth         assignments provide in-depth experience. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: PhO
experience. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: PhO 2423 or the division chair’s          2423 or the division chair’s permission.
permission.
                                                                                PHO 2763
PHO 2523                                                                        Advanced Photojournalistic Photography.
Photographic Design.                                                              This course expands on the special techniques and procedures needed
  This course explores aesthetic considerations and communication methods       for success in communications photography. A combination of traditional
used in effective graphic design with advanced cameras, studio and location     film-based and digital capture assignments provide in-depth experience.
techniques to produce problem-solving photographic illustrations. Theory/       Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: PhO 1353, PhO 2313 or the division chair’s
Lab. Prerequisite: PhO 1213 or the division chair’s permission.                 permission.
PHO 2696                                                                        PHO 2803
Photography capstone.                                                           Photography Internship.
  This course is the culmination of the photography program of study.            This course involves on-the-job training in industry. It emphasizes
Students will create hypothetical and live assignments that incorporate all     supervised employment and observation. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: PhO
of the learning objectives. A portfolio of work produced will be required for   2413 or the division chair’s permission and must have a minimum GPA of
job preparation and real job interviewing. Post-tests will be administered      2.0.



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PHySIcAL ScIENcE (PHyS)                                                         experience in the field. The course will include piping materials and
                                                                                methods of joining materials, and rough in procedures; also, the use of
PHYS 0123                                                                       hand tools and power tools used in the industry. Safety of the job will be
Science.                                                                        emphasized and the entry-level apprenticeship industry specific program
                                                                                will be introduced. Theory/Lab.
 This course is designed to prepare students for entry into a college level
science course. This course familiarizes the student with the basic concepts    PLBG 1111
of physics, chemistry, earth science and life science. Students will learn
proper laboratory proceedings and be able to apply the scientific method in
                                                                                Introduction to Plumbing Technology.
solving problems in the lab experiments. This course does not count toward       Orientation into the world of plumbing technology including career
graduation or any degree program. Placement in this course is determined        opportunity exploration, licensing requirements, safety, tools and your
by entry assessment scores. Theory/Lab.                                         college strategies. Theory/Lab.

PHYS 1114                                                                       PLBG 1202
General Physics I.                                                              Advanced Plumbing Systems.
  This course emphasizes the areas of mechanics and thermodynamics.               Design, modification, and maintenance of plumbing systems will be
The laboratory portion of the course utilizes computer-generated data and       studied in relationship with the current plumbing code and applications
graphs. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: MATh 1513, MATh 1613 or division             observed and practiced during the internship. Theory/Lab.
chair approval.                                                                 PLBG 1215
PHYS 1204                                                                       Plumbing Internship I.
General Physical Science.                                                         This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
  This is a lecture and demonstration course designed to assist students in     education which allows the student to utilize and refine skills learned
interpreting their physical environments. Topics from astronomy, chemistry,     in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance
geology and physics are covered. Theory/Lab. Note: One year of Algebra          with the plumbing industry standards and will be supervised by plumbing
recommended.                                                                    contractors and plumbing instructors. Safety is stressed. Lab.

PHYS 1214                                                                       PLBG 1312
General Physics II.                                                             Plumbing-Natural Gas/Heating Systems.
  This course is a continuation of General Physics I (PhYS 1114), and             An introduction of valves, regulators and materials used in the installation
includes topics from electricity, magnetism, light, optics and modern           of gas lines as per the current applicable code in locations related to the
physics. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: MATh 1513, PhYS 1114 or division             industry specific program. Theory/Lab.
chair approval.                                                                 PLBG 1316
                                                                                Plumbing Internship II.
PLANT ScIENcE (PLNT)                                                              This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
PLNT 1213                                                                       education which allows the student to utilize and refine skills learned
Introduction to Plant, Range and Soil Science.                                  in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance
                                                                                with the plumbing industry standards and will be supervised by plumbing
 Introduction to the concepts of three disciplines. Importance of plant and     contractors and plumbing instructors. Safety is stressed. Lab.
soil science to the producer, consumer and citizen; modern management
and production practices; maintenance of natural resources. Theory. Note:       PLBG 1322
available online.                                                               Plumbing Layout.
PLNT 2013                                                                         An in depth application of layout on the job from site development
Principles of crop Science.                                                     to project layout including the use of the transits and lasers as layout
                                                                                equipment. Theory/Lab.
  Production, management, and improvement of agronomic crops. Structure
and growth of crop plants relating to management strategies and adaptation      PLBG 1332
to varying abiotic and biotic factors. hands-on identification of crops,        Air conditioning Principles.
weeds and seed quality factors; application of tools and techniques. Theory.
Prerequisite: PLNT 1213.                                                         A basic overview of the installation and maintenance of an air
                                                                                conditioning system. Both the split and twin air will be studied. Theory/
PLNT 2113                                                                       Lab.
Principles of Pest Management.                                                  PLBG 2090 (1-9 credit hours)
  Decision-making as it deals with the total cropping plan is stressed.         Special Projects.
An individual will determine economic injury and treatment thresholds
from observation or through various survey techniques; weed problem,             Individual study will be arranged under the supervision of an instructor
plant populations, disease problems and insect problems. The student            with credit hours to be determined. Projects may be undertaken in any area
will do yield checks and make recommendations for handling a variety            of plumbing. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.
of pest related problems. The use of Global Positioning and Geographic          PLBG 2413
Information Systems in recording pest management data is covered. Theory.
Prerequisite: PLNT 1213 or division chair approval.                             Plumbing Estimating.
                                                                                 Designed to provide knowledge and experience in preparing take-offs
                                                                                and projecting job summaries of time, labor and materials for plumbing
PLUMBING (PLBG)                                                                 systems, and preparing assemblies for use on computer systems. Theory/
All Plumbing classes offered once a year.                                       Lab.

PLBG 1104                                                                       PLBG 2416
Plumbing Systems I.                                                             Plumbing Internship III.
 This course is designed for the individuals with little or no previous          This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and



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education which allows the student to utilize and refine skills learned           POLS 1113
in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance           U.S. Government.
with the plumbing industry standards and will be supervised by plumbing
                                                                                    This course provides an overview of the American constitutional
contractors and plumbing instructors. Safety is stressed. Lab.
                                                                                  government. The role of the political parties and pressure groups, the
PLBG 2503                                                                         legislative, executive and judicial branches and the role of national
                                                                                  government in foreign affairs, fiscal-monetary policies and civil rights are
Plumbing codes.
                                                                                  examined. Theory. Note: available online.
  An in-depth study of the current plumbing code involving the proper
installation of water, and drainage and vent systems. The student will
receive instruction in layout and design of plumbing systems in a 3-story         PSycHOLOGy (PSyc)
or less plumbing application. Strong emphasis on job safety the use of            PSYC 1113
code practices in the second internship of the industry specific plumbing
program. Theory.                                                                  Introductory Psychology.
                                                                                   This is an introductory course which presents the principles, theories,
PLBG 2512                                                                         vocabulary and applications of the science of psychology. heredity and
Plastic Plumbing Systems.                                                         environment, development of personality, behavior, learning applications
  This course will develop an understanding of the pipe wrap around, layout       and life span development are discussed. Theory. Note: available online.
of 45 and 90-degree branch fittings, plastic welding, plastic fusion and
                                                                                  PSYC 2313
fiberglass applications on pipe. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                  Psychology of Personal Adjustment.
PLBG 2513                                                                          This is a beginning course in psychology which emphasizes basic
Advanced Plumbing codes.                                                          principles of personality, motivation, attitude development and positive
  An in-depth study of the current plumbing code in surrounding states. The       problem solving models in personal, social and career settings. Theory.
student will receive instruction in layout, drain and vent sizing, and design
                                                                                  PSYC 2583
of plumbing systems in multistory (more than 3-branch intervals) plumbing
applications. Theory.                                                             Developmental Psychology.
                                                                                   This course is a study of the nature and course of development of human
PLBG 2516                                                                         behavior from birth through childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age.
Plumbing Internship Iv.                                                           Theory. Prerequisite: PSYC 1113 or division chair approval.
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and
education which allows the student to utilize and refine skills learned
in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance
                                                                                  READING (READ)
with the plumbing industry standards and will be supervised by plumbing           READ 0143
contractors and plumbing instructors. Safety is stressed. Lab.                    Reading Fundamentals.
PLBG 2615                                                                           This course reviews the fundamentals of reading with an emphasis toward
                                                                                  the improvement of reading comprehension and vocabulary skills. This is
Plumbing Internship v.                                                            a competency-based course and student’s COMPASS test scores determine
  This internship will be a cooperative agreement between industry and            placement. This course does not count toward graduation or any degree
education which allows the student to utilize and refine skills learned           program. Theory.
in their educational process. All work is to be performed in accordance
with the plumbing industry standards and will be supervised by plumbing
contractors and plumbing instructors. Safety is stressed. Lab.                    RESIDENTIAL cONSTRUcTION (RESc)
                                                                                    These courses are a part of a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with
PLBG 2626                                                                         technology centers and are not offered on the OSU-Okmulgee campus.
Plumbing capstone Project.                                                        RESC 1101
 As a final project, a summary of all completed internships and courses           Introduction to Residential construction.
will be developed into a system, including one or all of the following, job
description, job task analysis, safety analysis, preventive maintenance,           This course provides a historic overview of residential construction and
predictive maintenance, or a project approved by the instructor. Theory/Lab.      examines career opportunities in the residential construction marketplace.
                                                                                  Theory.

POLITIcAL ScIENcE (POLS)                                                          RESC 1103
POLS 1011                                                                         Reading Plans and Elevations.
                                                                                    Students will learn the techniques for reading and interpreting blueprints
contemporary Political Issues I.
                                                                                  and specifications with an emphasis on those drawings and types of
 This course is a discussion of current and generally controversial political     information that are relevant to the carpentry trade. Quantity take-offs will
and social issues. Theory.                                                        also be examined. Theory/Lab.
POLS 1021                                                                         RESC 1113
contemporary Political Issues II.                                                 Site Layout.
 This course is a discussion of current and generally controversial political       This course covers the basic principles, equipment, and methods used
and social issues. Theory. Prerequisite: POLS 1011 or division chair              to perform site layout tasks. Also covered are topics such as distance
approval.                                                                         measurement and differential leveling, responsibilities of surveyors, field
POLS 1031                                                                         engineers, and carpenters. Students will examine site plans and plot plans as
                                                                                  they relate to the situation of a structure on a building site. Theory/Lab.
contemporary Political Issues III.
 This course is a discussion of current and generally controversial political
and social issues. Theory. Prerequisite: POLS 1021 or division chair
approval.



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RESC 1203                                                                           SOcIOLOGy (SOc)
Foundations and Flatwork.                                                           SOC 1113
  Topics covered include the construction of forms for continuous, stepped
continuous, pier, and grade beam concrete footings. Also covered are edge
                                                                                    Introductory Sociology.
forms used for on-grade concrete slabs and similar structures. Forming               This course assists the student in understanding the social influences
terms, parts of forms, and the procedures for constructing basic footing and        on day-to-day life by examining the sciences of human society. Major
edge forms are included. Theory/Lab.                                                emphasis is placed on the study of group behaviors. Theory. Note: available
                                                                                    online.
RESC 1213
Introduction to concrete and Reinforcing                                            SOIL ScIENcE (SOIL)
Materials.
                                                                                    SOIL 2124
  Students will examine the properties, characteristics, and uses of various
types of cement, aggregates, and other materials that, when mixed together,         Fundamentals of Soil Science.
form different types of concrete. Procedures for concrete volume estimates           Principal physical, chemical and biological properties of the soil related to
and testing of freshly mixed concrete are covered along with methods and            plant growth; soil testing and fertilizer usage; formation and classification
materials for curing concrete. Theory/Lab.                                          of soils, rural and urban land use. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: ChEM 1314 or
                                                                                    division chair approval.
RESC 1303
                                                                                    SOIL 4234
Floor Systems.
 This course covers the basics as well as the procedures for laying out             Soil Nutrient Management.
and constructing wood floors using common lumber as well as engineered               Soil fertility and use of fertilizer materials for conservation, maintenance
building materials. Theory/Lab.                                                     and improvement of soil productivity and to minimize environmental
                                                                                    concerns. Theory. Prerequisite: SOIL 2124 or division chair approval.
RESC 2313
                                                                                    SOIL 4463
Wall and ceiling Systems.
 Topics covered include the procedures for laying out and framing                   Soil and Water conservation.
walls and ceilings, including roughing-in door and window openings,                   Access the importance, quality and quantity of soil and water as natural
constructing corners and partition T’s, bracing walls and ceilings and              resources for ecosystems and societies. Principles of soil erosion processes
applying sheathing. Theory/Lab.                                                     and management practices to decrease erosion in urban, cropland and
                                                                                    rangeland systems. Understand the principles of the hydrology cycle to
RESC 2323                                                                           improve water use efficiency of precipitation and irrigation resources.
Roof Framing Systems.                                                               Examine resource mismanagement that has resulted in desertification,
  This course examines the various kinds of roofs and contains instructions         salinization and deforestation. Theory. Prerequisite: SOIL 2124 or division
for laying out rafters for gable roofs, hip roofs, and valley intersections.        chair approval.
Students will learn roof framing using both the stick-built method and pre-
engineered trusses. Theory/Lab.                                                     SPANISH (SPAN)
RESC 2403                                                                           SPAN 1115
Thermal and Moisture Protection.                                                    Elementary Spanish I.
 In this course students will learn how to select and install various types          This course offers college level instruction in the fundamentals of
of insulating materials in walls, floors, and attics. The uses and installation     pronunciation, elements of grammar, easy reading and conversation.
practices for vapor barriers and waterproofing materials will also be               Theory.
covered. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                    SPAN 1225
RESC 2413                                                                           Elementary Spanish II.
Interior Finishes.                                                                   This course is a continuation of SPAN 1115. It includes instruction in
  Topics covered include the installation of metal doors and related                pronunciation, grammar, more difficult reading and advanced conversation.
hardware in steel-framed, wood-framed, and masonry walls, along with                Theory. Prerequisite: SPAN 1115 or division chair approval.
their related hardware. The uses, application and installation procedures for
various types of wood trim are also covered. Students will also study the
various types of cabinets available and their installation. Theory/Lab.
                                                                                    SPEEcH (SPcH)
                                                                                    SPCH 1113
RESC 2424
                                                                                    Introduction to Speech communications.
capstone.                                                                             This course offers instruction on preparation and delivery of extemporaneous
  This course can be either a in the classroom experience or an on the job          speeches. Emphasis is on audience and purpose analysis, topic research, visual
internship. The in the classroom experience will allow the students to used         aids and delivery methods. Activities include delivering various speeches
the knowledge from all the previous course work to put a plan together to           before an audience. Speaking situations commonly encountered in business and
develop and build a residential construction project. The internship would          industry receive special attention. Theory.
be cooperation between industry and education allowing a student to utilize
and refine skills learned in their educational process. This would be a             SPCH 2313
minimum of 225 clock hours. Theory/Lab.                                             Small Group communications.
RESC 2454                                                                            Small Group Communication focuses on enhancing student understanding
                                                                                    of and skills for participation in small group interaction. This course
Internship.                                                                         addresses various social dimensions of group processes such as group
  This internship will be a supervised cooperative industry experience              development, leadership, conflict resolution and verbal and nonverbal
which allows students the opportunity to utilize and refine skills previously       communication strategies. Particular emphasis is on task-oriented groups.
learned in their educational process. All work is to be performed in                Theory.
accordance with industry standards and guidelines. Lab. Prerequisite:
Student must be in good academic standing.

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STATISTIcS (STAT)                                                                 large portions of the earth’s surface. The student will make applications
                                                                                  of these principles to geodetic surveying through a series of real world
STAT 2013                                                                         problems. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: CIVL 2403, SURV 2223.
Elementary Statistics.                                                            SURV 4313
 An introductory course in descriptive statistics, basic probability
concepts, statistical distributions samplings, estimations, hypothesis testing,
                                                                                  Fundamentals of Surveying Exam Review.
correlation, and regression. Theory. Prerequisite: MATh 1513 or division           Each learner will review selected topics contained in the Fundamentals of
chair approval.                                                                   Surveying exam, and take a practice exam. Theory. Prerequisite: Consent of
                                                                                  Advisor.

SURvEyING (SURv)
                                                                                  vISUAL cOMMUNIcATIONS (vIS)
SURV 1011
                                                                                  VIS 1101
Introduction to Surveying.
  Each learner will demonstrate proper procedures of use, and capabilities
                                                                                  Introduction to visual communications.
of several different surveying instruments, including a transit, theodolite,       This course includes orientation and career exploration in visual
total station, and a builder’s level. Each learner will also perform              communications, including graphic design, multimedia and photography.
mathematic computations to solve surveying related problems. Theory/Lab.          Theory.

SURV 1223                                                                         VIS 1122
Land Law I.                                                                       Production I.
 Each learner will determine how the concepts of boundary creation, the            This course covers correct measuring, sizing, and tool usage as well as the
ownership transfer, and description of real property, easements, and the          development of hand skills for presentation. Lectures cover business theory
history of boundaries are applied to the practice of land surveying. Theory.      and overview of the industry. Theory/Lab.

SURV 2223                                                                         VIS 1123
Land Law II.                                                                      Application of computers to visual
  Each learner will understand the role of the surveyor in the legal system       communications.
and apply the legal principles of locating conveyances, and boundaries in          Students are introduced to the Macintosh operating system, file
the field to the practice of surveying. Theory. Prerequisite: SURV 1223.          management, basic typography and desktop printer output. A basic
                                                                                  overview of industry appropriate applications are covered. Theory/Lab.
SURV 3113
Route Surveying.                                                                  VIS 1203
  Students will apply the principles of layout and design of linear projects      Introduction to Typography.
including route location, earthwork estimation, alignments, and curves              Type measurement, methods of type, production, historical survey of
while utilizing the latest surveying instruments and methods including GPS        type, use of type and type design are covered in this course. Theory/Lab.
and photogrammetric surveying tools. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: CIVL               Prerequisites: VIS 1122, GRD 1143. Corequisite: VIS 1123.
2403.
                                                                                  VIS 1223
SURV 3213                                                                         Digital Publishing.
Public Land Surveying.                                                              This is a project-driven course emphasizing page layout software.
  Each Learner will apply standard surveying practices to perform cadastral       Students will create single and multi-page, black and white layouts.
surveys of the public lands while adhering to statutory law, its judicial         Projects will incorporate keyboard shortcuts, file management, typographic
interpretation, and the manual of instructions for public surveys of the          rules, grids, style sheets and master pages using industry appropriate page
Bureau of Land Management. Theory/Lab. Prerequisites: CIVL 2403,                  layout applications. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: VIS 1123 or division chair
SURV 2223.                                                                        permission.

SURV 3223                                                                         VIS 1343
Remote Sensing.                                                                   Digital Illustration.
 This course is designed to introduce the student to the concepts of remote        Covering digital illustration and drawing. Primary emphasis is on the use
sensing in relation to applications of image analysis. Skills such as image       of illustration software. Various peripheral devices will be used including
geo-rectification and use of different sources of image data will be gained.      scanners and color printers. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: VIS 1123.
Software such as SST Toolbox and Erdas Imagine will be used. Theory/
Lab.                                                                              VIS 1373
                                                                                  Digital Imaging.
SURV 4124                                                                           Designed to develop a working knowledge of scanning and photo
Applications of GIS.                                                              enhancement software on computer publishing systems. The course
  This course is designed to introduce the student to field data collection       uses a problem-oriented approach in handling digital images as used in
techniques as utilized with geocoded field data recorders along with field        design. Alternative illustration techniques are included, combining stock
GIS systems. This course is to include downloading field data as well as          digital images and created images. Includes an introduction to prepress
basic macro-computer based GIS systems to include data management; and            requirements and four-color process. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: VIS 1123.
processing for GIS systems to include soil sample, field boundaries, field        Corequisite: VIS 1223 or the division chair’s permission.
attributes, yield data, ground control points and other associated field data.
Theory/Lab.                                                                       VIS 2090 (1-9 credit hours)
                                                                                  Special Projects.
SURV 4213                                                                          Individual study under the supervision of an instructor with the number of
Geodesy.                                                                          credit hours to be determined by the complexity of the project. Projects may
 This course introduces the learner to the principles of applying                 be undertaken in any area of the visual communications field. Theory/Lab.
mathematics, astronomy and physics to accurately map, locate, and measure         Prerequisite: The division chair’s permission.



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VIS 2101)                                                                        WMT 1216
Photography for Graphic Designers.                                               Microtechnology II.
  Designed to enable the graphic design student to communicate with                This course involves the manufacture of a winding stem. This operation
professional photographers this course will focus on photography                 requires the combination of lathe, sharpening, heat-treating, filing, and
techniques and terminology. Theory.                                              other skills learned in the previous two courses. The first of five WOSTEP
                                                                                 intermediate examinations will be administered during this course. Lab.
VIS 2483                                                                         Prerequisites: WMT 1126 and MATh 1513 OR MATh 1613.
color and Digital concepts.
                                                                                 WMT 1226
 An advanced color theory course exploring issues in digital color, digital
photography, and image file formats. Close attention will be given to color      Advanced Microtechnology.
calibration. Various software packages are used to prepare color projects.         This course introduces the student to the manufacture of a pivot gauge.
Students develop an understanding of value and color as it applies to            This operation requires the combination of lathe, sharpening, heat-treating,
color models and will demonstrate knowledge of both printed and digital          filing, and other skills learned in the previous two courses plus the proper
output. Emphasizes problem solving, development of visual color acuity,          set-up and use of a Jacot Pivot Lathe. The second of five WOSTEP
understanding color harmony, calibration and imaging techniques, and the         intermediate examinations will be administered during this course. Lab.
psychological, societal, and environmental impact of color. Theory/Lab.          Prerequisite: WMT 1216.
Prerequisite: PhO 2313.
                                                                                 WMT 1316
VIS 2533                                                                         Mechanical Watch Repair I.
Advanced Digital Imaging.                                                          This course focuses on the operation, design, and parts nomenclature of
  This course explores advanced digital imaging using problem solving            the modern mechanical watch movement. Classroom exercises prepare the
techniques as they pertain to design, color correction, color theory, image      student for diagnosis, repair, and maintenance of the winding and setting
restoration and repair, special effects/filters, and advanced masking/channel    mechanism, and the barrel and mainspring of a mechanical timepiece. Lab.
techniques. It includes a comprehensive knowledge of prepress and web