GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 107



DWG 108 MATERIALS & LEAN MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
4 (4-0)
This course will provide introductory basic instruction in the areas of industrial
materials, manufacturing processes, and lean manufacturing strategies.
Students will be introduced to material properties along with casting , molding,
forming, separating, conditioning and finishing process methods.
Lean
manufacturing concepts will be introduced along with topics on business
fundamentals. Local field trips will provide experiences in a manufacturing
environment.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite: None
DWG 200 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
3 (3-1)
This course will provide the student with a basic background of the vast field of
strength of materials. Units include basic concepts and design properties of
materials, direct stress, deformation, thermal stress, torsional shear stress,
moments of inertia, pressure vessels, bending moments and shearing forces in
beams, stress due to bending, shearing stresses and deflections of beams,
columns, and connections. Specific problems will be assigned during the study of
each unit of instruction. The course will concentrate on developing the ability to
apply available methods, resources and technology to solve strength of materials
design problems.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite: Completion of math requirement or instructor permission
DWG 201 ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING AND DESIGN
4 (2-4)
A course for designing of a residence and preparing architectural working
drawings. Course includes design and construction principles and methods
for residential construction. The CAD system will be used in this class.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite:
EGR 101 and either DWG 105 or EGR 103 or
Permission of Instructor
DWG 202 TOOL DESIGN
4 (2-4)
Class will include principles of jig and fixture design and die design related
to the manufacturing sequence with special emphasis on the relationship
between the design and fabrication process. The CAD System will be used
in this class.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite:
DWG 102
DWG 203 MACHINE DESIGN
3 (3-1)
This course will provide the student with a basic background of the vast field of
machine design. Units include failure analysis, bearings, lubrication, shafts
and couplings, gears, cams, belts and chains, clutches, brakes, fasteners,
springs, and dynamic loading and balancing.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite:
DWG 200
DWG 205 TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATION
3 (2-2)
The course involves an application of drafting practices oriented toward
presentation
or
publication
drawings.
Exploded
assemblies
and
architectural perspectives and renderings are included along with the process
of graphic publication. The CAD system will be used in this class along with solid
modeling software.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
DRA 102 INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF THE MOVIES
3 (3-0)
An introduction to the social significance of the cinema through the decades
showing how film reflects the historical, moral and intellectual atmosphere of its
day.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
DRA 120 ACTING I
3 (3-0)
Principles and techniques of voice and body control in characterization,
movement and stage business. Performance in a production is required.
Prerequisite:
None
DRA 121 STAGECRAFT
2 (0-2)
A study and practice of scenery construction and of lighting techniques. Work
with the production crew is required.
Prerequisite:
None
DRA 150 DRAMA ACTIVITY
1 (0-1.25)
At least twenty hours of theatrical experience. Students will work in either
technical or performance aspects of a major dramatic production: set design,
costume design, lighting, sound, properties, publicity, and theater management,
directing, or acting.
Prerequisite:
None
DRA 202 FILM APPRECIATION
3 (3-0)
An introductory course tracing the development of a variety of film genres not
covered in DRA 102. Representative movies are analyzed for plot, acting,
directing, and cinematic technique.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
DRA 220 ACTING II
3 (3-0)
A continuation of Drama 120, This course may be repeated for credit.
Performance in a production is required.
Prerequisite:
DRA 120
DRA 221 STAGE COSTUMES AND MAKEUP
2 (0-2)
The history and construction of costume. The theory and practice of straight
and character makeup. Work on a production is required.
Prerequisite: DRA 121
DRA 230 HISTORY OF THE THEATER
3 (3-0)
A study of the history of the theater. Each historic period is studied to indicate
the physical development of the stage, the playwrights, their plays, dramatic
criticism, and aesthetics.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
(ECE)
ECE 100 INTRODUCTION TO CHILDCARE & EARLY
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
3 (3-0)
An introductory course covering historical prospective, philosophies, current
issues and practices, models and curriculum of preschool, kindergarten, and
primary programs. Includes approaches for the education of young children with
special needs.
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Early Childhood
Education occupational program.
Prerequisite:
None
DWG 206 GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING (GD&T) 3 (2-2)
This course will provide a foundational understanding and interpretation of
mechanical drawings using linear dimensions, tolerancing, and GD&T in their
designs and inspections of their parts.
ECE 110 DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PRACTICES
FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
3 (3-0)
Focuses on developmentally appropriate practices which encourage children to
become creative, independent, and successful. Subjects include definitions of
play, creating curriculum plans and schedules, designing a supportive
environment, safety, nutrition, physical, emotional, social, and cognitive
development.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Early Childhood
Education occupational program.
Prerequisite:
EGR 101 and DWG 105
Prerequisite: DWG 102 or permission of the instructor
DRAMA
Prerequisite:
(DRA)
DRA 100 COMMUNITY THEATRE
3 (3-0)
The student will participate in the production of theatrical activities and plays. He
will be expected to perform in college plays and community theatrical
presentations.
Prerequisite:
None
DRA 101 INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
3 (3-0)
A study of the principles of theatrical production and appreciation of theater,
structure of written drama and the forms and styles of theater in both literature
and performance.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
106
None
None
ECE 111 WORKSHOP IN EARLY CHILDHOOD PRACTICE .50-3 (Variable)
Provides training in an array of practices appropriate for the young child. Topics
include such areas as nutrition, games, music, movement, discipline and
other areas of interest to educators and childcare providers. The primary content
of this course is directly related to an Early Childhood Education occupational program.
Prerequisite:
None
ECE195 PRACTICUM I EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
3 (1-6)
This course involves observation, social interaction and recording of preschool
children's development. Provides an opportunity to apply the theories and
practices previously learned in the classroom. Emphasis on the developmentally
appropriate activities and competency as a childcare provider.
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Early Childhood
Education occupational program.

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