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_G__R_A__P__H__IC___ C__O__M___M__U__N__I_C__A__T_I_O__N__S_________________ GRA170-E Graphic Design I 2 An introduction to the principles of design, typography, and idea generation. Studies the print and web-publishing processes. _G__R_A__P__H__IC___ T__E_C__H__N__O__L__O__G__I_E__S_____________________ GRT220-E Electronic Color Control 3 This specialization course will introduce students to the real world applications of Photoshop within a production environment. The fundamentals of scanning, color space management, tonal adjustment, color correction, sharpening, file saving, and output will be explored. HOSPITALITY, CULINARY ARTS, AND _M__A__N__A_G___E_M___E_N__T____________________________________ HCM239-A Customer Service 2 This course will introduce students to all aspects of customer service in the business realm and in the hospitality industry. The students learn the major components of a customerfocused environment and the key elements of a service culture. In order to be better prepared for the future, students identify key trends that will impact customer service in the years to come. _H_E__A__V__Y_ _E__Q__U__I_P_M___E_N__T______________________________ HEQ131-C Safety and Introduction to Heavy Equipment 3 This is an introduction to the equipment, jobs, working conditions, maintenance, and safety of equipment operation. HEQ152-C Equipment Operation & Maintenance I 4 This is an introductory course for you to apply earlier knowledge to operate and maintain a broad range of heavy equipment vehicles. Prerequisites: HEQ131-C, HEQ160-C, HEQ161-C, HEQ172-C; Corequisities: HEQ155-C, HEQ163-C HEQ155-C Stake and Plan Reading 4 This course teaches the basic elements of engineering relating to various stakes and plans used in construction projects. Surveying equipment, staking methods, and design plans are used in the application of this course. HEQ156-C Equipment Operation & Maintenance II 7 This is a continuation of Equipment Operation I with more difficult and complicated live projects using all types of equipment. Most projects are off campus. Student must have a valid CDL and maintain that valid status for this course. Prerequisite: HEQ152-C; Corequisite: HEQ157-C HEQ157-C Surveying I 2 A continuation of the Stake and Plan Reading course. Surveying I covers job design, layout, and staking live projects in current construction within the program. Prerequisite: HEQ155-C; Corequisite: HEQ156-C HEQ158-C Equipment Operation & Maintenance III 7 A continuation of Equipment Operation I and II, this class has more emphasis placed on student production, efficiency, and safety in operation. Student must have a valid CDL and maintain that valid status for this course. Prerequisites: HEQ156-C, HEQ157-C HEQ160-C Equipment Lubrication & Maintenance 3 The principles, techniques, and servicing procedures for preventative maintenance of heavy equipment will be taught. The use of servicing schedules is also covered. HEQ161-C Equipment Reconditioning Theory I 5 This course covers the technical information used for troubleshooting, testing, and reconditioning heavy equipment. Prerequisites: HEQ151-C, HEQ131-C, HEQ160-C, WEL152-C; Corequisites: HEQ163-C, HEQ152-C, HEQ155-C HEQ163-C Equipment Reconditioning Lab I 5 You will develop skills in inspecting, troubleshooting and reconditioning heavy equipment. Safety procedures in repair are stressed. Corequisite: HEQ161-C HEQ172-C CDL-A & DOT Regulations and Lab 3 This is a classroom course providing information related to taking a commercial drivers license test. Other emphasis is placed on DOT regulations that apply to driving on local, state, and federal roads and highways. You will receive training on the campus driving range, campus roads, and local, state, and federal roads and highways. Defensive driving is stressed. HEQ252-C Job Estimating 2 In this course you will learn the evaluation of quantities and time to move materials with consideration of fuel costs, equipment depreciation, working conditions, labor costs, etc. that are involved in job bidding. You will look at occupations in heavy equipment construction from the employer’s viewpoint. 2018 Prerequisite: HEQ257-C; Corequisite: HEQ252-C 2017–HEQ257-C Surveying II 2 This course is a continuation of Surveying I with student Catalog application to the actual surveying and grade staking of present student projects. Laser surveying equipment is incorporated into the instruction. Prerequisite: HEQ157-C; Corequisites: HEQ158-C, HEQ263-C, HEQ264-C College HEQ263-C Equipment Reconditioning Theory II 5 This course builds on Equipment Reconditioning Theory I with a more in-depth study of inspecting, troubleshooting, Community and reconditioning heavy equipment. Prerequisite: HEQ161-C; Corequisites: HEQ264-C, HEQ158-C, HEQ257-C HEQ264-C Equipment Reconditioning Lab II 5 This course builds on the practical application in the Equipment Reconditioning Lab I course with a more in-depth Iowa study of inspection, troubleshooting, and reconditioning heavy equipment. Prerequisite: HEQ163-C; Corequisite: HEQ263-C Northwest HEQ267-C Equipment Reconditioning Lab III 6 This course covers visual inspection, diagnosis, and repair of drive train components such as steering clutches, brakes, final drives, and direct and power shift transmissions in crawler tractors and wheeled heavy equipment vehicles. Prerequisite: HEQ264-C Graphic Communications 130


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