TCOM2953 Internship: Telecom Engineering Planning Provides students with an opportunity to gain practical experience in applying their occupational skills and/or to develop specific skills in a practical work setting. The Instructor will work with the student to select an appropriate work site, establishing learning objectives and coordinate learning activities with employer or work site supervisor. Prerequisite: Completion of 36 hours toward the Technical Certificated in Telecommunications. 3 Credits.
TECHNICAL TEC1753 Basic Mechanics This course introduces the principles involved in the performance of mechanical work. Various drive types, gears belts, pumps, pipes and other mechanisms will be included. 3 Credits. TEC1763 Basic Electricity I An introduction to basic electrical terminology, units, symbols, concepts, notation, basic measurement techniques and equipment usage. Topics include charge, AC/DC current and voltage, resistance, Ohmâ€™s Law, power, series and parallel circuits, and basic troubleshooting techniques. 3 Credits. TECH1002 Introduction to Welding This is an introductory course into welding technology. In this course students will be instructed in proper welding techniques, safety, material selection, and testing practices for welded structures. Corequisites: DT1002; DT1032; DT1042; DT1153; DT1512. 2 Credits. TECH1012 Welding II A continuation of the topics in TECH1002. 2 Credits. TECH1023 Industrial Mechanical Maintenance Maintenance personnel are responsible for an ever-expanding range of industrial processes and building systems. This course will introduce students to the many different types of maintenance tasks and skills necessary to recognize complex problems caused by different parts of a system. Students will explore the fundamental maintenance and troubleshooting principles, procedures and practices required on bearings, couplings, valves, pumps, belts, chains and industrial gearing. Safety, service and repair principles are also explained through common industrial examples and equipment. 3 Credits.