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BUS220-A Introduction to International Business 3 This course is an overview of international business. The course is designed to provide a global perspective on international trade including, but not limited to, foreign investments, impact of international financial markets, international marketing, and the operation of multinational corporations. BUS238-A Business Problem Solving 3 A capstone course for those students in business and computer science programs. The course will apply knowledge learned in business curriculum including accounting, management, marketing, information technology, e-commerce and office systems through the development of business strategy and implementation. BUS250-A Principles of Real Estate 3 This course addresses the subjects of purchasing, managing, and disposing of real estate with the emphasis on fundamentals of real estate law, financing, real property interest, appraising, and government regulation. BUS255-A Real Estate Prelicensure 3 This course is designed to meet the requirements of the Iowa Real Estate Commission to prepare for the Real Estate Salesperson Prelicense Exam. BUS265-A Risk Management 3 This course is designed to give you an understanding of the risks in your life. This course will emphasize the four methods of dealing with risk: avoidance, reduction, retention, and transfer. Specifically, the course will cover insurance as a vehicle to transfer risk across the following areas: life, health, property, liability, auto, and business ownership. BUS268-A Life Insurance & Financial Planning 3 The focus of this course is on life insurance choices and comparisons, the legal framework of life insurance, premium options, and reserves. Particular emphasis is given to the concept of utilizing life insurance as a significant cornerstone of the financial planning process. BUS932-A Internship 3 Internship I is an optional course designed for summer term completion. This course provides an opportunity for students to gain practical and professional work experience through on-site training in an approved management setting. The actual training on the job site will be under the supervision of a designated person in the sponsoring organization/business. Internship hours are scheduled on an arranged basis. The total internship requirement is 200 hours of on-the-job supervised experience. Students may or may not be paid wages during the internship. Computer Aided Drafting ______________________________________________________ CAD101-C Introduction to CAD 3 The student will be introduced to the use of Computer-Aided Drafting software to make drawings of various objects. Students will create and modify drawings, print hard copies, and change the drawing environment to meet task requirements. Prerequisite: MFG122-E CAD114-A AutoCad I 2 This is a basic course covering the fundamentals of twodimensional AutoCAD. Students begin with basic shapes and work through multi-view drawings in a series of extensive lessons. During the course students will cover: lines and essential tools; circles and drawing aids; layers, colors, and linetypes; templates, copies, and arrays; arcs and polar arrays; object snaps; text; and dimensions. CAD167-E Introduction to Autodesk Inventor 5 This course is a combined collaborative learning and lab course. An introduction to computer-aided drafting using AutoDesk Inventor software. Develops skills in Inventors basic commands and specific command sequence operations. Data entry will be by keyboard and pull down menus. Prerequisite: MFG122-E CAD169-E Introduction to Pro/Engineer 4 This course offers an introduction to the Pro/Engineer parametric modeling software. The course will provide knowledge in the basic commands and functions of the software and how to properly implement them. A variety of 3-dimensional models will be created and then converted into 2-dimensional working drawings for the mechanical industry. Prerequisite: MFG122-E CAD181-C Introduction to Autodesk Inven 2 This course is a combined collaborative learning and lab course. An introduction to computer-aided drafting using AutoDesk Inventor software. Develops skills in Inventor’s basic commands and specific command sequence operations. Data entry will be by keyboard and pull down menus. Prerequisite: MFG122-E CAD230-E Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing 2 Proper application of dimensions and tolerances is an important part of providing complete documentation of product requirements. This course will provide you with an expanded, in-depth look at dimensioning and tolerancing, as defined in the dimensioning and tolerancing standard ASME Y14.5M. The course will also include suggestions on how to apply the principles contained in the standard to situations not shown in the standard. Prerequisites: MFG122-E, CAD167-E CAD231-C Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing 4 Proper application of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) is an important part of providing complete documentation/description for product creation. This course will provide you with an expanded, in-depth look at applying dimensioing and tolerancing, as defined in the ASME Y14.5M standard for Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Dimensioning and Tolerancing not only apply to blueprints, but also manufacturing and inspection. This course will show you how to apply dimensions and tolerances to drawings, while showing how they relate to production and quality control practices. Prerequisites: CAD167-E, MFG191-C or instructor approval. CAD246-C Parametric Cad I 3 Parametric solid model CAD basics will be taught. Parametric concepts with design intent will be covered. Solid CAD models will be built and edited. Mechanical assemblies will be created. Part and assembly drawings with part lists will be created and plotted. Prerequisites: CAD167-E, MFG191-C Northwest Iowa Community College Catalog 2016–2017 Business 118


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