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Industrial Management (INDMG)
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The Industrial Management degree program (3 certificates leading to the AAS degree) will provide industry skills ranging from occupational safety and health regulations, total quality management, performance analysis, to manufacturing methods.

Graduates supervise and coordinate activities of employees engaged in all phases of a plant operation. The job outlook for industrial management professions is very good. Local, state, and national employment data indicates significant growth in the employment of industrial management professionals.

WORKPLACE SKILLS (INDMG C271)
The Workplace Skills certificate program prepares individuals with entry-level employment skills used in business and industry settings. Graduates of this certificate will be proficient in the general skills necessary for quality interpersonal interaction, as well as specific proficiencies in blueprint reading.

MANUFACTURING SKILLS (INDMG C272)
The Manufacturing Skills certificate program is a unique training program designed to provide students with enhanced industrial career opportunities. Students select from directed manufacturing electives to acquire technical training to enhance employment prospects. This certificate was developed utilizing local industry-based skill standards.
*DIRECTED MANUFACTURING FOCUS AREAS:
Fabrication
WEL 1201 Basic Welding 3
WEL 1203 Practical Welding 4
WEL 1206 Special Projects in Welding 3V
TRA 1298 Special Topics in Mechanics & Repair 1V

Construction
BTR 1207 Basic Carpentry I 4
BTR 1208 Basic Carpentry II 4
BTR 1225 Building Trades Internship 3V
BTR 1201 Intro to Construction Occupations 4


SUPERVISORY SKILLS (INDMG C273)
The Supervisory Skills certificate program provides students with effective skills in performance management, motivation, team development and time management—everything you need to manage people effectively.

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BTR 2201
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ENG 1201
Communications
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This course is designed to develop the student's appreciation of the value of communication between individuals and between business and industries. It is to provide a practical application for today's trades, business, and industrial workers, particularly in the comprehension and expression of written English as it applies to business letters, reports, and memoranda.

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ENG 1111
Composition I
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Composition I is an introductory course in composition and rhetoric emphasizing expository prose. Major focus is on organization, paragraph structure, and elimination of mechanical errors. The writing course sequence will (1) develop awareness of the writing process; (2) provide inventional, organizational, and editorial strategies; (3) stress the variety of uses for writing; and (4) emphasize critical skills in reading, thinking, and writing. Grade of C or better is required for IAI transfer credit. (Not to be used for humanities credit)

GEN 2297
Employment Skills
3
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This course prepares the student for job interviews, job placement, and employment. Verbal and written communication skills are implemented through assigned reports. Topics of discussion and debate range from securing and keeping a job to individual attitudes, work habits, work ethics, and interviewing skills. The student will be required to prepare a written resume and to apply communication skills in practical situations.

IND 1201
Strategies of Success
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Topic course focuses on specific management principles. Examples of topics include team building, industrial technology, business accounting, diversity, etc.

IND 1210
General Safety
3
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This course is an orientation to the safety parameters inherent in the diverse trades' related industry. Emphasis is on the range of safety issues inherent within various industry environments. This class will be taught with local business and industry professional involvement; therefore, specific content may vary based upon company involvement.

MTH 1201
Technical Mathematics
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This course is designed for students enrolled in technical programs. Topics include: measurement and approximation, algebraic principles and operation, identification and use of formulas. In addition, geometric and trigonometric principles may also be covered if applicable to the program area. Emphasis is placed on the application of mathematical concepts to the solution of problems in vocational and technical fields. PREREQUISITE: REM 0420 Basic Math with a C or better or scoring at beginning algebra level on placement exam.

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ELEC
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SPE 1111
Interpersonal Communications
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This is an introductory course in interpersonal and intrapersonal communication. Verbal and nonverbal communication are emphasized as they relate to conversation between individuals, small group discussions, short speeches, and oral reports.

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SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
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Short informative and persuasive speeches are prepared and presented. This course places emphasis on selection and organization of materials, methods of securing interest and attention, and elements of delivery as well as characteristics of effective criticism and listening.

Term Total
18
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FA2014
SP2015
IND 2210
Manufacturing Internship
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Students gain work experience in an appropriate training site under supervision. The academic coordinator and the training supervisor work together in establishing goals and work experiences for the student. PREREQUISITES:Successful completion of the Manufacturing Skills certificate program requirements or consent of instructor. Internship course provides supervised work experience at an appropriate training site.

MAC 2203
Manufacturing Processes
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This course introduces the student to basic manufacturing processes. An understanding of the relationship between the product and the method of production is studied. The major areas of study are materials, casting and forming processes, machining processes, welding processes, and techniques related to manufacturing processes.

CTY 1275
Essential Computer Skills
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This is an introductory course in computers and software. Students learn how computers are used in personal life, academics, and technical careers. Students will gain an understanding and demonstrate core computer skills using real-world projects using Microsoft Office and Windows 7 & 8 operating systems.

ELEC
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Term Total
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Electives
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ENG 1202
Business Correspondence
3
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This course deals with principles required to compose business and professional letters such as standard acknowledgment, credit, adjustment, sales, collection, application, and personal data sheets.

IND 2212
Supervisory Internship
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Students gain work experience in an appropriate training site under supervision. The academic coordinator and the training supervisor work together in establishing goals and work experiences for the student. PREREQUISITES:Successful completion of the Supervisory Skills certificate program requirements or consent of instructor.

TQM 1203
Customer and Quality Improvement
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This course is designed to teach students techniques of focusing the organization on the needs of the customer. Topics include:listening to the customer; service strategies; standards and performance measurements; empowerment and training; recognition and reward for success; service culture; introduction to quality functions; process planning and control; and failure analysis.

TQM 1204
Process Improvement
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This course is an in-depth survey of the tools of process improvement. Topics in this course include:introduction to improvement processes; voice of the process and voice of the customer; elements of a process; the Deming cycle; basic process improvement concepts; mapping processes; process improvement models; making quality management work; and people, culture, and process improvement.

TQM 1206
Project Management
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In this course, students use tools and techniques to organize, plan, implement, manage and evaluate short and long-term projects. Topics in this course include:an introduction to project management; project mission and objectives; work breakdown; scheduling resources; resource allocation and constraints; capacity planning; organization and staffing; and project management software.

TQM 1212
Team Leader and Facilitator Training
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Facilitators and team leaders hold key positions within a team structure. They handle a variety of administrative and promotional duties necessary for the successful operation of the team. A highly skilled facilitator or leader must have comprehensive knowledge of team concepts, methods, tools, and techniques. In addition, they must have an in-depth knowledge of group dynamics and group processes. The facilitator and leader must be able to resolve conflicts and assist the team in reaching consensus. This course prepares the student for the challenging role as either the team facilitator or the team leader. During this course the students will learn to function as team leaders and team facilitators. The work begins with an overview of quality concepts and a review of team development. In-depth involvement in problem-solving techniques, decision making, conflict resolution, and presentation skills help prepare the student to facilitate or lead cross-functional and work unit teams.

SOC 1108
Race and Ethnic Relations
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This course provides a sociological overview of the racial and ethnic relations in America from both an historical and contemporary perspective. Current theories and research relating to the formation of racial/ethnic identities, sources of prejudice and discrimination, social interaction, and persistence of ethnic and racial divisions will be examined.

Term Total
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Program Total
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We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

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