COURSE 8040 HEALTH SCIENCES
Classes introduce students to health occupations through medical terminology and anatomy and physiology.
COURSE 8050 OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
The Office Technology program provides training in preparing business documents, transcribing data, managing records, handling communications, scheduling, handling financial transactions, operating a variety of business equipment, ordering, and supervising other personnel. A wide range of computer equipment and software may be used in performing these tasks.
COURSE 8060 CARPENTRY
Carpentry is designed to prepare students for employment in the residential and commercial construction industry. Students are involved in blueprint reading, layout, fabrication, foundation, walls, floors, ceilings, and roofs of structures. Students will use several forms of materials such as wood, metal, plastics, fiberglass, styrofoam, and concrete in the constructions process. Training will emphasize instruction in the care and safe use of hand and power tools.
COURSE 8070 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
Instruction in systems such as engines, fuel, on-board computers, transmissions, steering, suspension and brakes is the basis of this program. Knowledge of the various systems is used to develop skills in troubleshooting, performing preventive maintenance, servicing and repairing automobiles.
COURSE 8080 MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY
Work activities in machine shops involve applying knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of material, and shop practices to set up and operate various machines. The skills needed to position work pieces, adjust machines, and verify the accuracy of machine functions and finished products are taught through classroom instruction, demonstrations and hands-on experience.
COURSE 8090 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The Information Technology program provides the concepts and skills needed to diagnose and repair personal computers and design, set up, maintain, and expand networked computer systems. Upon completion of the program, the graduate will be qualified to take industry-designed and recognized certification examinations. Employment opportunities in entry-level positions in computer repair and the installation and administration of local area networks. Students will need basic computer skills prior to entering this program.