GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 97



ACC 210 INTERGRATED ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS
2 (2-0)
An introduction to the recording of accounting records and operating procedures
in an electronic Windows-based computer environment. The course prepares
students for the real-world of recording accounting results through utilizing a
general ledger software program that was designed to emulate commercial
software packages used in businesses today. Students will review and apply
accounting principles as they pertain to solution of accounting problems and
situations in an electronic record keeping environment. The course emphasizes
analysis of problems and student initiative to solve the problems presented
using computerized accounting software.
The primary content of this course is directly related to a Business Related
occupational program.
Prerequisite: ACC 202 or equivalent
ACC 211 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
2 (2-0)
This course is designed to prepare students to interpret and analyze financial
data and financial statements effectively. The course focuses on the mechanics
of financial statement analysis including balance sheet and income statement
analysis, ratio analysis, cash flow analysis, and trend analysis. Students are
expected to analyze and evaluate cash flow generation, profitability, operating
efficiency, return on equity, debt leverage and overall entity business risk.
Students learn to compare companies financially, understand cash flow
forecasting, and grasp basic profitability and risk analysis concepts. Ultimately,
students who complete this course develop a more efficient and effective
approach to researching, interpreting, and analyzing financial statements as
well as making better informed business decisions.
The primary content of this course is directly related to a Business Related
occupational program.
ART 204 PHOTOGRAPHY
3 (3-0)
An introduction to basic photographic process and techniques. Lectures,
demonstrations, and class assignments includes a variety of photographic
materials and operations used by photographers. Upon course completion,
students will understand and use the 35mm SLR camera to make good
photographs, learn to process black and white film, make prints and
enlargements, and finish prints. Critique of student work will be done for each
shooting assignment.
Prerequisite:
None
ART 207 PAINTING II
3 (3-0)
This is a more advanced painting class. Students will learn how to stretch
canvases and to make stretcher frames. Three to five projects involving an
expansion of the creative process by adding new elements to the paintings such
as collage, mixed media, glazes, monotype images, vignette, etc. will be
included.
Prerequisite:
ART 200 or Permission of Instructor
ART 214 PHOTOGRAPHY II
4 (4-0)
This advanced course in digital photography is designed to extend the students’
exploration of the art of photography with an emphasis on creativity and the
photograph as the beginning of the creative process.
Prerequisite: ART 204
ART 220 ART APPRECIATION
3 (3-0)
A study of the aesthetics and creative processes involved in major art forms.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite: ACC 202 or equivalent
ACC 216 COST ACCOUNTING
4 (4-0)
An introductory course in accounting principles for manufacturing enterprises. It
includes accounting for materials, labor and overhead in job-order, process,
standard, and direct costing systems. The course considers the application of
costs to operations and to products.
The primary content of this course is directly related to a Business Related
occupational program.
Prerequisite:
ACC 202
AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING DESIGN
(AMD)
ART 221 ART HISTORY
3 (3-0)
A study of the great works and movements in art from ancient times to the 20th
century.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
ART 229 PAINTING III
3 (3-0)
A beginning watercolor painting class of six to ten projects investigating
techniques such as: dry on dry, wet on wet, mixing colors, opaque and
transparencies, importance of different kinds of papers, glazes, etc.
Prerequisite:
ART 200
AMD 100 INTRODUCTION TO CNC/QC
3 (2-2)
This course will provide introductory basic instruction in the areas of computer
numeric control (CNC) and quality control (QC). Students will be introduced to
the basic concepts of CNC programming for a milling machine using standard
G&M codes. Laboratory opportunities will provide experience on running the
programs on the CNC milling machine. Quality control concepts will be studied
with emphasis being placed on statistical process control (SPC) as used in a
manufacturing environment. Students should be versatile in math and CAD.
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
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 Automotive
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite:
AMD 101 INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING
3 (2-2)
This course serves as an introduction to computers in industry and
computer aided manufacturing. Attention focuses on CNC equipment and
programming using standard industry codes and software. Students should
be versatile in math and CAD.
The primary content of this course is directly related to the Mechanical Engineering
Technology occupational program.
Prerequisite:
DWG 106, Math 106
(ANT)
ANT 105 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
3 (3-0)
A study of what it means to be human. The course will examine principles of
social organization and explore how languages affect cultural values.
Applications of theory, together with ethnographic examples will provide
students with an understanding of diverse world views and knowledge of
contemporary issues in different societies. Topics such as sexuality and
gender, marriage and family economics, religion, art, and politics will be
investigated throughout the world.
This fulfills a social science requirement.
Prerequisite:
ART
None
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Automotive
Technology occupational program.
None
AUT 107 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
5 (4-3)
The study of basic electrical principles, schematic diagrams, circuit operation
and analysis, followed by practice using professional trouble- shooting
procedures and equipment such as voltmeters, ohmmeters, ammeters or other
appropriate test equipment. Coverage includes the battery, lighting system,
charging circuit, regulator, starting circuit, fusing and indicating devices with an
introduction to alternator rebuilding, starter rebuilding and accessory repair.
Diagnosis and repair of all electrical systems is stressed. Students also receive
advanced training in SIMI Conductors Micro Processors and other on board
electronic systems.
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Automotive
Technology occupational program.
(ART)
ART 200 PAINTING I
3 (3-0)
A basic course exploring the creative aspects of acrylic or oil painting. Formal
design such as line, form, space and color are emphasized. Students deal
with abstract and realistic approaches in their handling of tools and painting
media.
Prerequisite:
None
96
None
AUT 102 AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY FUNDAMENTALS
3 (2-3)
This course will introduce students to the basics of the Automotive Industry.
Orients students to the automotive service industry. Students will learn in group
settings using collaborative methods to research service information attainment,
vehicle design and operation. Students will prepare to independently perform
engine and vehicle chassis and drive train inspections and maintenance.
Prerequisite:
ANTHROPOLOGY
(AUT)
AUT 101 ENGINE REPAIR
5 (4-3)
Students are prepared for practical experience in engine maintenance, service
and fundamental knowledge in engine theory and repair. Principles, design,
construction, operation and service procedures are studied. Development of
work skills and proficiency in engine rebuilding are emphasized. Students learn
to dissemble, clean, inspect, service and assemble an engine.
Prerequisite:
None
AUT 108 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS II
5 (4-3)
Course Description: A continuation of AUT 107. Coverage includes the lighting
system, fusing, indicating devices and accessory repair. Diagnosis and repair
of all electrical systems is stressed. Students also receive advanced training in
Semi-Conductors Micro Processors and other on board electronic systems.
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Automotive

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