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Admissions Guide & Catalog

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Our Grads Want to prepare for a career that’s in demand and offers great earning potential? You’ve come to the right place! Fox Valley Technical College has been the college of choice in this community for over 100 years. You get high-tech occupational training for the workplace of today. Fox Valley Tech offers hands-on training for jobs that are the fabric of our community – from law enforcement and health care to business and advanced manufacturing... and everything in between. With over 200 programs to choose from, you can put your career on the fast track. View our graduate employment survey results:

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Table of Contents Why Do Employers Hire Our Grads?.................................... 2 Ways To Visit................................. 4 Let’s Get Started............................ 5 Credit for Prior Learning................ 6 Services & Campus Resources......... 8 Affordable Education................... 10 Student Life, Clubs & Athletics...... 12 International Opportunities.......... 14 College That Fits Your Life............ 16 Credit Transfer with Four-Year Colleges....................... 17 Programs At A Glance.................. 18 Associate Degree & Technical Diploma Programs....................... 22 Contact Us................................... 75

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Why do employers hire our grads?

Because they have the necessary skills to do the job! We work closely with area employers to ensure our students are learning the skills needed in today’s competitive workplace. In addition to those technical skills, you’ll also learn Employability Essentials, the skills and behaviors employers want in the workplace. Adapt to Change Anticipate changes and positively respond to them.

Think Critically and Creatively Apply independent and rigorous reasoning that leads to informed decisions, innovation and personal empowerment.

Work Collaboratively Work collaboratively with others to complete tasks, solve problems, resolve conflicts, provide information and offer support.

Communicate Effectively and Respectfully Apply appropriate writing, speaking and listening skills across various settings to engage diverse audiences.

Act Responsibly Apply ethical standards in both personal and professional behavior.

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Learn the skills employers want in the workplace.

"Fox Valley Technical College does an exceptional job of meeting the needs of business. We know their graduates come prepared with the skills they need for the workplace of today and tomorrow." Patty Van Ryzin VP-Human Resources Bassett Mechanical

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Ways to Visit There are lots of opportunities to visit Fox Valley Tech. With campuses and regional centers throughout the Fox Valley region, you’re sure to find a convenient location that meets your needs. • Check out our annual Community Open House in early October, where you can explore the campus and learn about all our program options. Some of our training centers also have annual Open House events throughout the year. • Come for a structured visit designed to give you an in-depth exploration of a specific program area, as well as a general college overview and student panel discussion. If our pre-scheduled events don't meet your needs, contact us to explore other options.

Not sure where to begin? Choosing a college can be exciting and overwhelming. Make sure you have the information you need by asking the right questions. Here are a few to get you started:

1. What are the admission requirements for the program you are interested in? 2. How much will it cost? Are financial aid and scholarships available? 3. Is the college accredited? 4. What types of organizations and activities are offered? 5.

How long will it take me to earn my degree?

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What type of job search assistance is available for graduates?

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Where are graduates working?

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Let's Get Started... Apply Now – It's Easy!

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Complete the application for admission

Complete your application online at www.fvtc.edu/getstarted. If you need assistance, visit any FVTC location or call us at (920) 735-5645. • First, choose your program of study. • If you’re a first-time applicant, a $30 non-refundable application fee is required. • Some programs require an official copy of your high school transcript, GED/HSED transcript and/or college transcripts. To check your program, visit www.fvtc.edu/hstranscripts. • Most degree and diploma programs also require a placement assessment ($15 non-refundable fee) as indicated on the individual program page at www.fvtc.edu/programs. To schedule your assessment, visit www.fvtc.edu/assessment or call (920) 993-5139. • Some programs have additional admission requirements. Visit www.fvtc.edu/programs or call us at (920) 735-5645 for more information. • Once your application has been processed, you’ll be contacted by postal mail regarding your next steps.

Apply for financial aid

You'll need this: If you need help paying for college, apply for federal financial aid at www.fafsa.gov. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the first FVTC Title IV School Code 009744 step to determine your eligibility for federal grants, student loans and work study. Find more information about paying for college, including scholarships, at www.fvtc.edu/finaid.

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Entering your program

When all your admissions requirements have been met, you’ll receive an acknowledgement in the mail, along with an invitation to sign up for new student registration. Sessions are held about 2-3 months before classes begin, so watch for information and instructions in the mail.

Congratulations! You’re ready to begin your classes. Still undecided about which program is right for you? Our career counselors can help. Visit www.fvtc.edu/counseling or call (920) 735-5696 to schedule an appointment.

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Credit for Prior Learning Many students come to Fox Valley Tech with college credits they’ve already earned, either while in high school or at other colleges and universities. It’s also possible to be granted credit for career-related knowledge and skills you’ve already mastered.

Transferring Credit Into FVTC If you’ve already earned credits from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education, you may be able to transfer those credits to Fox Valley Tech and apply them toward your program requirements. To request credit for prior learning, you must submit your official transcripts for review.

Advanced Standing It’s also possible to be granted credit in an associate degree or technical diploma program for knowledge and skills that directly relate to the program curriculum. Advanced Standing may be obtained through the following methods: • Credit by Examination • Credit for Experiential Learning (previous work experience, military training, business and industry training, etc.) • Credit through Articulation Agreements with High Schools • Apprenticeship Training

High School Students, Get College Credit Now!

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There are a number of ways to earn college credit while you’re still in high school. Talk to your high school counselor for more information about the options to put your college career on the fast track.


"All my credits transferred [to Ferris State University in Michigan]. In fact, I had more hands-on experience than my peers did who had started at a four-year school. Even better, I had my loans paid off before I entered the workforce." Val Wojcik 2009 Alumna Industrial Welding Technician

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Services & Campus Resources Counseling & Advising Services

Veterans’ Services

Counseling and advising services are available to assist you with career, academic and personal concerns. Career counseling assists you in making a career decision by identifying skills, values, interests, and occupational and educational opportunities. Academic advising assists you in modifying the behaviors or skills necessary to succeed academically. Personal counseling is available to assist you with concerns which may interfere with academic or personal success. Group workshops are held throughout the school year for academic and career development.

Returning veterans often have specific counseling needs related to re-entry and funding for school. If you’re a returning veteran, you can access additional services and resources specific to these unique needs.

Bookstore Purchase your books, supplies, and school spirit merchandise in the FVTC Bookstores located on the Appleton and Oshkosh Riverside campuses. Both locations offer a complete selection of new, used, and digital textbooks, or you may purchase your textbooks online. Some textbooks are also available for rental.

Disability-Related Services Fox Valley Technical College is an accessible college community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment.

Multicultural Student Services We all benefit from being around people who bring different backgrounds, talents, ethnicity, interest and ideas to our classroom and campus. Services are designed to enhance the success and retention of minority students attending Fox Valley Technical College.

Tutoring & Study Groups Tutoring assistance and study groups are available to help you stay on track with your academic progress.

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Parking

Library

There’s plenty of free student parking at all of our campuses. No need to purchase a parking pass; just park in the designated student lots for hassle-free convenience.

A variety of resources such as books, journals, DVDs and other services are available to support your educational and informational needs. The library also offers computers, printers, photocopier, study space and comfy seating, group study rooms and WiFi.

Campus Safety At Fox Valley Tech, we work hard to create a safe, welcoming campus community. You can feel comfortable and secure while you’re in class; we’re proud of the low crime statistics on our campuses.

Dining on Campus Breakfast and lunch are available most days at both the Appleton and Oshkosh Riverside Campuses, with more limited service over the dinner hour. With a variety of tasty options to choose from, you’re sure to find just what you need to keep you going throughout the day.

Fitness Center The Fitness Center is located on the Appleton Campus and features a variety of exercise equipment available for free use by students. The center includes cardiovascular and strength equipment, as well as shower and locker facilities.

Child Care The Fox Valley Technical College Parent/Child Center is located at the Appleton campus and is open to FVTC students and staff. The center offers safe, high-quality, and affordable child care and is licensed for 120 children, ages 6 weeks through 11 years.

Student Employment Services Employment services begin when you enroll as an FVTC student and continue throughout your employment career. Get help with: • Full- and part-time job opportunities • On-campus employer interviews • Employment information and resources • Centralized resource for internships

Health Services Assistance is available if you need first-aid or medical care while on campus, including over-the-counter medication for minor illness. In addition, program-related immunizations and medical tests are offered on campus.

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Affordable Education Tuition Fox Valley Technical College offers the most efficient and affordable option for higher education in the Fox Valley. On average, FVTC’s tuition costs less than half that of two years of in-state tuition at a four-year public university. Tuition costs do not include books, program supplies, tools/ equipment, uniforms or field trips. Since additional costs vary by program, please check with a program advisor for specific information. Books and program supplies are purchased separately from tuition. If you have available financial aid, those funds may be used for qualifying books, supplies and equipment at the FVTC bookstores.

Payment Options You can pay your tuition using our free and easy eFAS system (electronic Financial Account for Students), or by cash, check, money order, electronic funds transfer, employer/agency contract or financial aid. Some credit card payments are accepted, though there is a small service charge. Tuition and fees may be paid in full 10 days prior to the class start date or arrangements can be made for a convenient payment plan.

Estimate Your Program Cost $138.40 per credit* x ______ Credits in your program $ ______

Total tuition

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Total program cost

*Based on 2013-2014 tuition rates. Some programs have additional fees that will increase the cost per credit. Online courses, add $10 per credit. Out-of-state residents (except MN), add $61.10 per credit. Tuition rates are subject to change.

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Financial Aid

Scholarships

Financial aid is federal and state assistance to help you pay for college. Aid can consist of grants, loans and/or employment. The actual aid that you can receive depends on your eligibility according to state and federal regulations, the availability of funds and the number of students applying for aid. Our advice is to apply as soon as possible for the best results.

The FVTC Foundation awards over 700 scholarships each year. Scholarships are funded by private donors, including individuals, organizations and businesses. Best of all, scholarships do not have to be repaid. Students in most associate degree, technical diploma and apprenticeship programs are eligible and encouraged to apply.

To be eligible for financial aid, you must:

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Have financial need Apply and be admitted to an eligible academic program Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen with a valid Social Security number Be a Wisconsin resident (for state funds) Be registered with the Selective Service (if required) Not be in default on a previous student grant or loan Maintain satisfactory academic progress Be enrolled for a minimum of 1 credit per semester for a Pell grant and at least 6 credits per semester for all other state and federal aid

How to apply

To be considered for aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov. Instant online help is available if you need assistance. Please note that you must be admitted to the college before your financial aid application will be processed.

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Student Life, Clubs & Athletics Get involved in student life activities at Fox Valley Tech. There are tons of fun opportunities to build your confidence, leadership and teamwork skills at both Appleton and Oshkosh campuses.

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Student Life Center The Student Life Center, located on the Appleton Campus, offers a variety of services to help you connect with other students and make your experience here more enjoyable. You can play pool, ping pong or foosball, watch TV or a movie on the big screen, or purchase discount passes for movies or other attractions. Or, just hang out with your friends.

Student Clubs and Organizations There are over 45 different clubs and organizations to choose from at FVTC. Many are directly related to programs, so you can develop professional connections while meeting other students. If you don’t find what you are looking for, talk with the Student Life staff - it’s easy to start a new club!

Student Leadership Organizations If you’d like to expand your experiences at Fox Valley Tech, there are opportunities to gain valuable leadership experience by helping to create policy, effect change, plan events and publish campus-wide communications.

Events There’s always something going on at FVTC! From comedians to hypnotists, nationally known speakers and leadership seminars, caricature artists to stress relief; all found on the Appleton and Oshkosh campuses throughout the school year. There are also many family events like our annual Drive-In Movie in the parking lot, or Family Movie Nights with free popcorn and hot dogs.

If you’d like to get away, there are several day, weekend and extended trips – all at a reduced price! Take a day trip with friends to Great America or a Brewers game. Or enjoy a weekend with your family at the Tundra Lodge in Green Bay or the Wilderness in Wisconsin Dells. Or, you might want to take a spring break trip to a tropical destination.

Civic Engagement There are many opportunities to become an active participant in your community while attending FVTC. Whether you want to enhance your resumé with volunteer experience, learn more about social issues, or find out about local, state and national elections, the Student Life staff can assist you. In addition to maintaining a list of many volunteer opportunities throughout the region, Student Life offers individualized volunteer matching, monthly service opportunities and speakers and events to help you become more knowledgeable about social issues that affect your community.

Athletics FVTC is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and offers women’s volleyball as well as men’s and women’s basketball. The Foxes compete against fellow technical colleges in Madison and Milwaukee, as well as the University of Wisconsin two year schools and community colleges in northern Illinois. If you aren’t interested in competitive sports, get involved by playing intramural athletics like volleyball, soccer, flag football and softball.

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International Opportunities Fox Valley Technical College offers a variety of international study options that prepare you to be successful and competitive in a global workforce. More than that, these experiences just might change your life!

Study Abroad Make the world your classroom! Travel with FVTC around the world to Spain, Mexico, Peru, Germany, Italy, China and more! Earn credits as you expand your world view and immerse yourself in the language and culture.

World Languages & Global Studies Distinguish yourself among your classmates by learning another language or studying global topics. Fox Valley Tech offers many options, including Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, French, Portuguese, German, Russian, Hmong, Spanish and Italian, as well as Spanish-English medical interpretation and global trade.

English Language Learning English Language Learning (ELL) is a program designed to meet the needs of adults whose native language is not English. Courses focus on reading, writing, speaking and career skills to prepare you for college coursework.

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International Exchange Club The International Exchange Club serves as a connection between international and local students to encourage unity and respect on and off campus. Participation in this student club will provide a meaningful and rewarding experience, and you are encouraged and welcome to join!

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College That Fits Your Life Program Preparation There are many resources available to help you meet your educational goals. Whether you need help with academic skills or study habits, these options can give you a solid foundation for success at Fox Valley Tech.

Program Prep Courses

If you need to work on math, sentence skills, and/or reading, Program Prep courses will help build your academic skills to be successful in your program courses. Your Program Prep courses are based on your individual needs and program selection.

College Success

This elective course is strongly recommended for anyone entering college for the first time. You’ll be introduced to study skills, time management techniques, and health-related and relationship- building skills, as well as an introduction to programs, services, policies and procedures at FVTC.

College & Career Success

In this course, you’ll examine career options, develop academic and career goals, and learn specific skills to enhance your success in meeting personal and professional goals. Topics include accessing academic resources, determining career “fit,” and skills like time management, test-taking and goal-setting.

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Flexible Options Choose from a variety of flexible, timesaving learning options that allow you to take classes when, where and how you want. Fox Valley Tech is college that fits your life! • Multiple campus locations to serve you • Many classes offered on campus and online • Some programs have full- or part-time options • Choose day, evening or weekend classes • Accelerated programs for working adults

Online Learning

Online courses offer you the flexibility to take classes when it’s most convenient for you. You can connect from home or anywhere you have access to a computer, reducing the time and expense of traveling to campus. Online courses qualify for the same financial aid as traditional courses.

For more information on flexible learning options: www.fvtc.edu/flexible


Credit Transfer with Four-Year Colleges

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Transferring your FVTC credits to a four-year college has never been easier! You can earn your associate degree at Fox Valley Tech, then apply your credits toward a bachelor’s degree. Starting at FVTC makes completing a bachelor’s degree affordable, accessible and convenient. The following colleges and universities have partnered with FVTC to make credit transfer seamless: Bellevue University Capella University Cardinal Stritch University Concordia University Franklin University Herzing University Lakeland College Marian University Metropolitan State University Milwaukee School of Engineering

National American University Northland College Ottawa University Rasmussen College Silver Lake College Southern IL University Carbondale University of Phoenix Upper Iowa University University of Wisconsin-Green Bay University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh University of Wisconsin-Parkside University of Wisconsin-Platteville University of Wisconsin-River Falls University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point University of Wisconsin-Stout University of Wisconsin-Superior University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Viterbo University

1+3 Bachelor's Degree Programs Need more flexibility? Undecided about your major? Want to transfer to a four-year school? If so, then this certificate might be for you! Our General Studies Transfer Certificates match FVTC credits with specific UW-Green Bay or UWOshkosh general education requirements. You can take your first year at Fox Valley Technical College and qualify for sophomore status at either UW-Green Bay or UW-Oshkosh.

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Programs At A Glance

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Associate Degree & Technical Diploma Programs

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Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree programs help you prepare for or advance in a particular occupation or field. Most AAS degrees require 60-70 credits and consist of technical studies, general studies and electives. Complete your degree in as little as two years, or attend parttime to fit your schedule. Some or all credits may be applied toward a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college. Technical Diploma (TD) programs help you prepare for a targeted occupation, typically at the entry level. Credit requirements range from 3-70 credits, and many programs offer full- and part-time options. Some credits may be applied to associate degree programs. *Offered in accelerated or self-paced format also **Accelerated format only ▲ Shared with another technical college For certificate programs and apprenticeship offerings, see pages 19-21.

Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources (Pages 22-27)

Agri-Business Agronomy Technician (TD) NEW Agri-Business Dairy Technician (TD) NEW Agri-Business Management Technician (TD) NEW Agri-Business/Science Technology (AAS) Agriculture Equipment Service Technician (TD) Agriculture Power Equipment (AAS) Farm Business and Production Management (TD) Farm Operation (TD) Horticulture Technician (TD) Horticulture/Landscape Specialist (TD) Laboratory Science Assistant (TD) NEW Laboratory Science Technician (AAS) Natural Resources Technician (AAS) Outdoor Power Equipment Technician (TD)

Aviation (Pages 28-29)

Aeronautics-Pilot Training (AAS) Aeronautics-Professional Pilot (TD) Aircraft Electronics (AAS) Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics (TD)

Business, Management & Finance (Pages 30-36) Accounting (AAS) Accounting Assistant (TD) Administrative Professional (AAS)* Banking and Financial Services (AAS) Broadcast Captioning (AAS) ▲ Business Management (AAS)* Specialty Tracks Court Reporting (AAS) ▲ Human Resources (AAS)** Management Development (AAS)** Medical Office Assistant (TD) Meeting & Event Management (AAS)** Office Assistant (TD) Paralegal (AAS) NEW Professional Communications (AAS)

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Construction (Page 37)

Construction Management Technology (AAS) Construction, Residential Building (TD) Electricity (TD)

Culinary & Hospitality (Pages 38-39) Culinary Arts (AAS)* Food Service Production (TD) Hotel & Restaurant Management (AAS)

Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies (Pages 40-46)

Automated Manufacturing Systems Technician (AAS) Electro-Mechanical Technology (AAS) Electronic & Communication Engineering Technology (AAS) Energy & Environmental Engineering Technology (AAS) Engineering Electronics Design & Manufacturing (AAS) Engineering Technology, Applied (AAS) Specialty Tracks Engineering Technology, Electrical (AAS) Specialty Tracks Mechanical CAD Drafting (TD) NEW Mechanical Design Technology (AAS) Safety Engineering Technology (AAS) Wind Energy Technology (AAS) ▲

Health Science (Pages 47-50) Dental Assistant (TD) Dental Hygienist (AAS) Health Information Technology (AAS) Medical Assistant (TD) Medical Coding Specialist (TD) Nursing - Associate Degree (AAS) Nursing Assistant (TD) Nursing, Practical (TD) Occupational Therapy Assistant (AAS) Pharmacy Technician (TD) ▲

Human Services (Page 51)

AODA - Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Associate (AAS) Early Childhood Education (AAS)*


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Information Technology (Pages 52-54) IT - Computer Support Specialist (AAS) IT - Help Desk Support Specialist (TD) IT - Network Specialist (AAS) IT - Network Systems Administration (AAS) IT - Software Developer (AAS) IT - Web Development and Design Specialist (AAS)

Programs At A Glance

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Law Enforcement & Public Safety (Pages 55-59) Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement (AAS) Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement Academy (TD) Emergency Medical Technician (TD) Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Paramedic (TD) Fire Protection Technician (AAS) Forensic Science (AAS) Homeland Security & Asset Protection Management (AAS) Law Enforcement (TD) Paramedic Technician (AAS) Wildland Fire Crew (TD) Wildland Firefighter (AAS)

Manufacturing (Pages 60-62)

Machine Tool Technician (TD) Supply Chain Management (AAS) Technical Studies-Journeyworker (AAS) Welding Technician, Industrial (AAS) Welding, Production (TD) Welding/Metal Fabrication (TD) Wood Manufacturing Technology (TD)

Marketing, Sales & Service (Pages 63-65) Interior Design - Commercial Design (AAS) Interior Design - Kitchen & Bath Design (AAS) Interior Design (AAS) Marketing (AAS)

Printing Technologies (Page 66-67)

Package and Label Printing (TD) Specialty Tracks Package and Label Printing Technician (AAS) Printing (TD) Printing and Publishing (AAS)

Transportation (Pages 68-73)

Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technician (TD) Automotive Maintenance Technician (TD) Automotive Technician - Imports (TD) Automotive Technician (TD) Automotive Technology - GM ASEP (AAS) Automotive Technology - Imports (AAS) Automotive Technology (AAS) Diesel Construction Equipment Service Technician (FABTECH) (TD) Diesel Engine Service Technician (FABTECH) (TD) Diesel Equipment Mechanic (TD) Diesel Equipment Technology (AAS) Diesel Power Generation & Marine Service Tech (FABTECH) (TD) Truck Driving (TD) Vehicle Refinishing and Repair Technology (AAS)

General, Individualized & Global Studies (Page 74) Individualized Technical Studies (AAS)

Apprenticeship Programs Apprenticeships (A) are an earn-while-you-learn program of on-the-job training combined with related classroom instruction for a skilled trade. Both the employer and the apprentice must be contracted with the Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards to begin the program.

Construction

Electrician Apprentice (ABC) Electronic Systems Technician Operating Engineer Apprentice Plumbing Apprentice Sheet Metal Construction Steamfitting Apprentice/Steamfitting Service Apprentice

Human Services

Cosmetology Apprentice

Manufacturing

Industrial Electrician Apprentice Machinist Apprentice Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright Apprentice Maintenance Technician Apprentice

Millwright - Pipefitter Pipe Fabricator Apprenticeship Pipefitting Apprentice Tool & Die Apprentice

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Programs At A Glance

Certificate Programs Certificate programs include a focused set of courses for skills needed in the workplace. Some credits may bridge into associate degree or technical diploma programs or to a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college. Note: Certificate programs are not eligible for financial aid.

Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources

Crop Application Specialist Exploring Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources Farming, Precision NEW Golf Course Turf & Equipment Technician Greenhouse Grower/Plant Propagation Technician Laboratory Science - Environmental NEW Laboratory Science - Food NEW Laboratory Science - Introduction NEW Laboratory Science - Paper and Packaging NEW Landscape Construction Technician Landscape Maintenance Technician Landscape Series, Home Owners Natural Food Production Technician NEW Power Sports Technology Urban Forestry Technician

Business, Management & Finance

Business Fundamentals 1 Business Fundamentals 2 Digital Media NEW Entrepreneurs Starting an Online Business Entrepreneurs Start-up Venture Entrepreneurship, Business Owners' Event Planning Exploring Business, Management & Finance Careers Fundamentals of Financial Fraud Detection NEW Microsoft Office Suite Organizational Leadership, Advanced Organizational Leadership, Basic Peachtree QuickBooks Technical Illustrator NEW Writing for the Web Writing, Proposal & Grant

Construction

Construction Project Supervision NEW Electrical Code, National Energy Auditor (Residential) Photovoltaic Installation Technician

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Culinary & Hospitality

Food Service Sales Professional NEW

Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies Automation and Maintenance, Advanced Broadband Cable Installer Building Protection Specialist CAD Management Computer Rendering and Animation ControlLogix PLCs Dept. of Transportation Compliance Specialist Electronic Communication and Data Cabling Electronics Principles Electronics, Biomedical Electronics, Practical Fundamental Energy & Environmental Management Energy Management & Control for Buildings Engineering, Industrial/Manufacturing Environmental Compliance Specialist Industrial Equipment Fundamentals Instrumentation and Process Control Intelligent Interface Design & SCADA Motors and Variable Speed Drives Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) Renewable Energy Engineering Technology Telecommunications Field Service Telecommunications, Advanced

Health Science

Exploring Health Careers Gerontology Nursing, Licensed Practical Nurse Refresher Nursing, Registered Nurse Refresher Personal Care Worker NEW Therapeutic Massage NEW


AODA Specialty Education Child Care Administrator Family Child Care NEW Substance Abuse Counselor Education Substance Abuse Counselor in Training Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) NEW

Information Technology

Exploring IT Careers IT - Database IT - Desktop Support IT - Mobile Applications Development IT - Network Administration IT - Network Infrastructure IT - PC Programming IT - Security IT - Web Design IT - Web Development

Law Enforcement & Public Safety Child Protection Investigator Corrections Crime Prevention Criminal Investigator Criminal Justice Executive Development Institute Cyber Crime Investigation Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Advanced Evidence Technician Evidence Technician - Advanced Exploring Public Safety Careers Fire Investigator Loss Prevention Specialist Private Investigation Specialist Security Security Management NEW Wildland Fire Advanced Equipment Training NEW

Manufacturing

Digital Manufacturing Emergency Preparedness Specialist Environmental Health & Safety

Programs At A Glance

Human Services

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Marketing, Sales & Service Commercial Design Contact Center Exploring Marketing & Sales Careers Kitchen & Bath Design Selling Techniques, Advanced Selling Techniques, Introductory Web Marketing

Transportation

Automotive GM Technician NEW Automotive Service Management CDL Straight Truck Diesel Advanced Technician Electrical Power Generator Service Technician Exploring Automotive Careers Logistics Transport Trailer Service Technician NEW

General, Individualized & Global Studies General Studies Transfer Certificate (with UWGB) General Studies Transfer Certificate (with UWO) English Bilingual Business English Language Competency - Advanced English Language Competency - Beginner English Language Competency - Intermediate English Language Teaching NEW General Education Global Business Professional Spanish Spanish - English Medical Interpretation Spanish Health Care

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Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources

Associate Degree & Technical Diploma Programs Agriculture, Horticulture & Natural Resources

Agri-Business Management Technician NEW 31-006-6

Agri-Business Agronomy Technician NEW

31-006-4 Technical Diploma • 30 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/agribusiness_agronomy The field of agronomy is becoming more specialized with the growing utilization of precision agriculture applications and continued regulatory compliance constraints. Get the technical knowledge to fill the employment needs of the industry as it evolves and grows. The hands-on courses focus on agronomic crop production, integrated pest management, soil fertility and management, commodity marketing, and agribusiness management. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs.

Occupational Specific (27 Credits) 10-006-102 Integrated Pest Mgmt & Weed Identification 10-006-119 Agricultural Crop Production 10-006-133 Agribusiness Overview 10-006-140 Animal Science Fundamentals 10-006-103 Agricultural Marketing 10-006-141 Plant Science 10-006-116 Agribusiness Work Experience 10-006-143 Introduction to Soils 10-006-155 Nutrient Management Principles Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps

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Technical Diploma • 29 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/agribusiness_management The agriculture business sector has become more technical than ever. Specialists in areas from agronomy to livestock need to understand the use of technology as a management tool for a successful business in agriculture. Learn the skills you need for entry level management and coordination positions. Courses focus on agronomy and dairy production management, including agribusiness management principles, agribusiness sales, agribusiness commodity and marketing, global economics, crop production, animal fundamentals and nutrient management principles. With additional education and training, you can become a manager of agri-businesses. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs.

Occupational Specific (26 Credits) 10-006-119 Agricultural Crop Production 10-006-133 Agribusiness Overview 10-006-140 Animal Science Fundamentals 10-006-103 Agricultural Marketing 10-809-195 Economics 10-003-165 Feed/Grain/Animal Waste System 10-006-116 Agribusiness Work Experience 10-006-134 Agribusiness Sales/Marketing 10-006-155 Nutrient Management Principles Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps

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31-006-5 Technical Diploma • 30 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/agribusiness_dairy Technology related to the management of livestock herds, large or small, has evolved to the extent that it requires some specialized training and education to fill the positions that are being posted by today's livestock and dairy businesses. This program will help you learn those skills. Courses focus on dairy production, including artificial insemination, sire selection, reproduction, nutrition & ration balancing, herd health, records management, commodity marketing and agribusiness management. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs. Occupational Specific (27 Credits) 10-006-119 Agricultural Crop Production 10-006-133 Agribusiness Overview 10-006-140 Animal Science Fundamentals 10-006-103 Agricultural Marketing 10-006-148 Dairy Genetics and Reproduction 10-006-113 Dairy/Livestock Nutrition 10-006-114 Dairy/Livestock Ration Balance 10-006-116 Agribusiness Work Experience 10-006-155 Nutrient Management Principles Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps

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10-006-2 Associate Degree • 68 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/agbusiness This program prepares you for a variety of positions in the agriculture industry. Hands-on courses include animal science, animal nutrition, integrated pest management, commodity marketing, soil science, crop production, precision agriculture, agriculture sales, and business management courses. After completion of this program, you may choose employment in the industry or continue your education at a four-year college or university. Your career options may include agribusiness/farm supply department manager, crop production specialist, livestock or dairy herd manager, dairy/livestock nutritionist, feed/animal health sales/ consulting or agriculture service representative. Technical Studies (44 Credits) 10-006-119 Agricultural Crop Production 10-006-133 Agribusiness Overview 10-006-140 Animal Science Fundamentals 10-006-103 Agricultural Marketing 10-003-165 Feed/Grain/Animal Waste System 10-006-116 Agribusiness Work Experience 10-006-134 Agribusiness Sales/Marketing 10-006-155 Nutrient Management Principles 10-006-113 Dairy/Livestock Nutrition Select 6 of these 10 courses: 10-006-102 Integrated Pest Mgmt & Weed Identification 10-006-114 Dairy/Livestock Ration Balance 10-006-143 Introduction to Soils 10-006-150 Agronomy Equipment 10-006-141 Plant Science 10-006-145 Dairy/Livestock Herd Health 10-006-148 Dairy Genetics and Reproduction 10-006-149 Dairy/Livestock Records Management 10-006-165 Agronomy Business Management 10-006-151 Dairy/Livestock Business Management General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-195 Economics 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-006-105 Crop Protection and Amendments 10-006-109 Crop Scouting Training 10-006-154 Precision Ag Overview 10-006-157 Agriculture Renewable Energy 10-006-110 Agribusiness Computer Application 10-006-164 Dairy/Livestock Artificial Insemination & Records Management

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Agriculture Equipment Service Technician 31-003-2

Technical Diploma • 45 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/agequipment In this program, you will take classes in diesel engine systems and rebuild drive trains, hydraulics, electrical systems, GPS, air conditioning, materials handling equipment and harvesting equipment. The program emphasizes practical, hands-on training and applied skills such as repair, diagnostic and troubleshooting. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs.

Occupational Specific (43 Credits) 10-003-110 Agriculture Hydraulic Systems 10-003-120 Ag Planting Equipment 10-003-130 Agriculture Forage Harvesting Equipment 10-003-131 Ag DC Electrical Systems 10-003-134 Shop Tool/Safety Principles 10-006-103 Agricultural Marketing 10-006-133 Agribusiness Overview 10-003-123 Agriculture Power Transmission 10-003-132 Advanced Ag Hydraulic Systems 10-003-135 AG Diesel Engine Technology 10-003-136 AG DC Electronic Systems 10-006-154 Precision Ag Overview 10-003-115 Agriculture Air Conditioning 10-003-121 Ag Grain Harvesting 10-003-126 Skid Loader/Compact Equipment Occupational Supportive (2 Credits) 31-801-318 Communication, Applied

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Agriculture Power Equipment

10-003-2 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/agpower Train for positions with companies that manufacture, service and sell agriculture power equipment and agriculture materials handling equipment. You will take classes in electronic controlled diesel engines, drive trains, hydraulics and electrical systems, air conditioning, materials handling equipment, harvesting equipment, business management, and customer service. This program stresses hands-on training to develop diagnostic and troubleshooting skills that are critical for this industry. As a graduate, you will have employment opportunities as a service technician, parts person, parts manager, service/warranty writer, or customer service/sales representative at an agriculture power equipment dealership.

Technical Studies (45 Credits) Credits 10-003-110 Agriculture Hydraulic Systems 2 10-003-120 Ag Planting Equipment 3 10-003-130 Agriculture Forage Harvesting Equipment 2 10-003-131 Ag DC Electrical Systems 3 10-003-134 Shop Tool/Safety Principles 3 10-006-133 Agribusiness Overview 3 10-003-123 Agriculture Power Transmission 4 10-003-132 Advanced Ag Hydraulic Systems 2 10-003-135 AG Diesel Engine Technology 5 10-003-136 AG DC Electronic Systems 3 10-006-103 Agricultural Marketing 3 10-003-115 Agriculture Air Conditioning 1 10-003-121 Ag Grain Harvesting 3 10-003-126 Skid Loader/Compact Equipment 3 10-003-133 Dealership Parts/Service 3 10-006-115 Agribusiness Work Experience 2 2 General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 3 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 3 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 3 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 3 10-809-195 Economics 3 Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-003-127 Introduction to Agriculture Engineering Technology 3 10-006-134 Agribusiness Sales/Marketing 3 10-006-150 Agronomy Equipment 3 10-006-154 Precision Ag Overview 3 10-461-112 OPE Four-Cycle Small Engines 3

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Farm Business & Production Management 30-090-1

Technical Diploma • 18 Credits • Not Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/farmbusiness This program is offered at 12 locations in the Fox Valley Technical College district. Classes are held throughout the year along with special field trips, group instruction and meetings. You also receive 12 hours of educational instruction on your individual farm. This program is designed for both beginning farmers and established producers seeking the newest practices and technology in the production agriculture industry.

Technical Studies (18 Credits) 30-090-381 Farm Business, Operating a 30-090-385 Livestock/Farmstead Equipment Management 30-090-386 Farm Records and Business Analysis 30-090-389 Farm Safety and Personnel Choose at least 6 credits from the following: 30-090-382 Soil Management 30-090-383 Crop Management 30-090-384 Livestock Nutrition 30-090-391 Ag Commodities and Marketing 30-090-388 Precision Agriculture 30-090-390 Farm Transitions

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Farm Operation

31-080-4 Technical Diploma • 27 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/farmoperation This program is designed for beginning farmers employed on the family farm, farm technicians or dairy cattle herd managers. You will concentrate on the skills required to make sound business management decisions, and on the care and feeding of livestock, the selection and maintenance of equipment and machinery, and the production of agricultural crops. Upon graduation, you will be prepared to carry out many farm operations such as dairy cattle management, farm machinery mechanics and management, crop management, and a multitude of other responsibilities required of a full-time farmer.

Occupational Specific (27 Credits) 31-080-350 Animal Nutrition, Basic 31-080-351 Agriculture Wiring, Basic 31-080-352 Plant Growth and Alfalfa Production 31-080-353 Soil Principles and Fertilization 31-080-354 Farm Accounts - Income Tax 31-080-355 Tractor Maintenance 1 & Engine Systems 31-080-356 Agricultural Building Construction 31-080-357 Tractor Maintenance 2 & Electrical Systems 31-080-366 Livestock Ration Balancing 31-080-359 Agriculture Renewable Energy 31-080-360 Farm Management Overview 31-080-365 Farm Business Management, Analysis, Finance 31-080-367 Agricultural Marketing 31-080-368 Dairy Cattle Selection

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Horticulture Technician

31-001-1 Technical Diploma • 34 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/horticulturetech Gain the knowledge and skills needed for career entry into the horticulture and landscaping industry. Your instruction covers plant identification, landscape design, integrated pest management, plant maintenance, planting and pruning, soils and fertilizers, turf management, equipment maintenance and operations, and business operations. As a graduate, you may obtain a position as a technician or sales consultant with a garden center or you may perform landscape installations and maintenance work on commercial, residential and recreational properties.

Occupational Specific (28 Credits) 10-001-111 Introduction to Horticulture 10-001-112 Horticulture Soils 10-001-113 Ornamental Plant Health Care 10-001-117 Equipment Operation, Horticulture 10-001-158 Woody Ornamental Plant ID 10-001-170 Landscape Plants, Maintenance of 10-001-120 Interiorscaping & Greenhouse Mgmt 10-001-130 Turf Mgmt & Irrigation Systems 10-001-159 Survey of Herbaceous Plants 10-001-174 Landscape Design Fundamentals 1 Occupational Supportive (6 Credits) 31-145-300 Small Business, Introduction to 31-801-318 Communication, Applied 31-804-307 Math for the Trades

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Horticulture/Landscape Specialist

32-001-2 Technical Diploma • 65 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/horticulturelandscape There is an increased demand for certified landscape technicians with specific skills required on public works projects. Subjects covered include hydroponics, irrigation systems, tissue culture lab, diagnostics, propagation, landscape construction, landscape maintenance, organic lawn/land care, sales/marketing, estimating, equipment operation, computer-aided design, sustainable practices, greenhouse management/operation, business operations, supervision and Spanish. As a graduate, you may find employment with landscape construction, greenhouse, nursery, and grounds maintenance companies. Possible positions after graduation include foreman, crew leader, assistant grower, nursery attendant, greenhouse maintenance and sales.

Occupational Specific (65 Credits) 10-001-111 Introduction to Horticulture 10-001-112 Horticulture Soils 10-001-117 Equipment Operation, Horticulture 10-001-118 Irrigation Systems & Maintenance 10-001-159 Survey of Herbaceous Plants 10-001-181 Landscape Construction 1 10-001-109 Landscape Construction 2 10-001-113 Ornamental Plant Health Care 10-001-120 Interiorscaping & Greenhouse Mgmt 10-001-121 Hydroponic Growing & Systems 10-001-123 Landscape Management 10-001-132 Landscape Estimating 10-802-100 Spanish 1 10-001-108 Plant Propagation 10-001-115 Tissue Culture Propagation 10-001-131 Organic Lawn Care 10-001-158 Woody Ornamental Plant ID 10-001-170 Landscape Plants, Maintenance of 10-001-174 Landscape Design Fundamentals 1 10-001-125 Greenhouse Management & Control Systems 10-001-130 Turf Mgmt & Irrigation Systems 10-001-140 Plant Diagnostics 10-001-160 Horticulture Proposals & Technical Reports 10-001-184 Landscape Design 2 10-145-100 Entrepreneurial Venture-Your Business Plan 10-606-146 Landscape Modeling

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31-506-1 Technical Diploma • 38 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/labscience_assistant Prepare for entry-level employment in food, water, environmental, wastewater treatment or other industrial laboratory settings. Hands-on training includes a variety of laboratory procedures and using an array of equipment with an emphasis on laboratory safety and quality assurance. Scientific coursework includes biology, chemistry, lab science, DNA science, microbiology, math, instrumentation, and testing procedures. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs.

Laboratory Science Technician

Occupational Specific (35 Credits) 10-506-101 Beginning Laboratory Science 10-806-114 General Biology 10-506-105 Environmental Lab Science Theory 10-506-106 Environmental Lab Science Lab 10-804-124 Math for Laboratory Science 10-806-134 General Chemistry 10-007-174 Applied Microbiology 10-506-112 Paper and Packaging Testing Procedures 10-506-121 Food Laboratory Science Theory 10-506-125 Food Laboratory Science Lab 10-506-103 Advanced Laboratory Science 10-506-113 Instrumentation 10-806-176 DNA Science Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 10-804-107 College Mathematics

Technical Studies (38 Credits) 10-103-140 MS Word 2010 Introduction 10-103-143 MS Access 2010 Introduction 10-103-145 MS Excel 2010 Introduction 10-506-101 Beginning Laboratory Science 10-506-105 Environmental Lab Science Theory 10-506-106 Environmental Lab Science Lab 10-623-194 Introduction to Six Sigma 10-804-124 Math for Laboratory Science 10-007-174 Applied Microbiology 10-152-155 Database Concepts 10-506-112 Paper and Packaging Testing Procedures 10-506-121 Food Laboratory Science Theory 10-506-125 Food Laboratory Science Lab 10-506-103 Advanced Laboratory Science 10-506-113 Instrumentation 10-506-135 Lab Science Internship 10-806-176 DNA Science General Studies (23 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-806-114 General Biology 10-806-134 General Chemistry 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-699-142 E-portfolio Development 10-806-112 Principles of Sustainability 10-809-103 Think Critically & Creatively 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-890-100 College Success 1 10-890-103 Employability Strategies

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10-506-4 Associate Degree • 64 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/labscience Prepare for work in food, water, environmental, wastewater treatment and other industrial laboratories. You will be prepared to assist in basic research and product development, perform experiments, operate and maintain equipment, make observations and document results. Career opportunities include food laboratory technician, water and wastewater laboratory technician, environmental laboratory technician, research technician, industrial laboratory technician and laboratory quality assurance technician. Credits 1 1 1 3 2 1 3 3 4 2 2 2 1 3 2 3 4 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 1


10-057-1 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/nr In this program, you will work closely with professionals in field data collection for water quality and waste water analysis, fisheries, forest management, wildlife management and soil analysis. Your career options may include forestry, wildlife, surveying or fisheries technician; park maintenance or enforcement position; soil and water conservation specialist; wastewater technician; and naturalist. You may find employment in either the public or private sector in areas such as state or national parks and forests, municipal park and recreation departments, private surveying companies, wastewater treatment plants or land conservation departments. Your employment success depends on your mobility after graduation.

Technical Studies (43 Credits) 10-057-104 Exploring Natural Resources 10-057-109 Ecology 10-057-140 Plant Identification 10-057-143 Natural Resources Common Topics 10-057-106 Surveying 1 10-057-107 Surveying 2 10-057-142 Natural Resources Co-op Experience 10-804-117 Math for Natural Resources Common Topics Select 8 of these 10 courses: 10-057-128 Wildlife Mgmt - Nongame and Hunted Species 10-057-129 Fish Mgmt-Ichthyology,Limnology/Field Pract 10-057-130 Recreation Facilities Maintenance 10-057-131 Forest Recreation Environmental Education 10-057-132 Forestry 1 10-057-133 Forestry 2 10-057-134 Soil and Water Conservation 10-057-135 Soil and Water Conservation/Engineering 10-057-136 Environmental Water Quality 10-057-137 Wastewater Management General Studies (23 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-806-114 General Biology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-806-134 General Chemistry 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-057-108 Natural Resource Technical Field Experience 10-057-113 Natural Resource Technical Field Experience 2 10-057-162 S212 Wildland Fire Chain Saws 10-001-117 Equipment Operation, Horticulture 10-003-126 Skid Loader/Compact Equipment 10-606-114 AutoCAD, Introduction to

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Outdoor Power Equipment Technician

31-461-3 Technical Diploma • 35 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/outdoorpower The "Monster Shop" Outdoor Power Equipment Technician program is a partnership between Fox Valley Technical College, Ariens, Briggs and Stratton, Snap-On Tools and Stihl. It is designed to provide you with the technical skills and knowledge to service and maintain small internal combustion engines, equipment chassis, hydraulics, and electrical systems used on zero turn lawnmowers, garden tractors, tillers, snow blowers, generators, chain saws, line trimmers and blowers. Upon graduation, you may work as a service technician, parts manager, sales person, service writer, or shop manager at a dealership, repair shop, rental center, golf course or landscape business.

Occupational Specific (33 Credits) 10-461-112 OPE Four-Cycle Small Engines 10-461-113 OPE Hydraulics and Drivelines 10-461-114 OPE Operation & Maintenance 10-461-140 Intro to OPE and Power Sports Technician 10-461-141 Parts and Service Management 10-003-126 Skid Loader/Compact Equipment 10-003-166 Ag/OPE Welding 10-461-115 OPE Handheld Power Units 10-461-116 OPE DC Electrical Systems 10-461-118 OPE Diesel Engine Systems 10-461-122 OPE Customer Service & Sales 10-461-142 Internship in OPE and Power Sports Occupational Supportive (2 Credits) 31-801-318 Communication, Applied

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10-402-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/aeronautics Prepare for entry-level employment in the air transportation industry. The most common entry-level position is as a flight instructor, where you will work and accrue flight hours toward later jobs as a charter, regional, or major airline pilot for the transportation of passengers, freight and mail, and other purposes. As a graduate, you will possess the knowledge, skills and documented in-flight experience sufficient to qualify for the Commercial Pilot certificate with single and multi-engine land, and instrument ratings, as well as the Flight Instructor certificate with the same ratings. These ratings allow you to begin on a career path as a professional pilot. Technical Studies (44 Credits) 10-402-101 Aeronautics Science Private 10-402-102 Aeronautics/Aviation Weather 10-402-106 Aeronautics Engine Structure Systems 10-402-108 Aero Science-Multi Engine Land 10-402-191 Aeronautics Private Pilot 10-402-192 Aeronautics Flight Commercial 1 10-402-196 Aeronautics Flight Multi-Engines 10-402-103 Aeronautics Science Instrument 10-402-104 Aeronautics Science Commercial 10-402-193 Aeronautics Flight Instrument 10-402-194 Aeronautics Flight Commercial 2 10-402-107 Aeronautics Science C.F.I. 10-402-195 Aeronautics Flight CFI-ASE 10-402-105 Aerophysics - Aerodynamics 10-402-185 Avionics for Pilots 10-402-197 Aeronautics Multi-Engine Instructor 10-402-198 Aeronautics CFI-I General Studies (23 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-809-103 Think Critically & Creatively Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-402-183 Aeronautics Internship 10-402-199 Professional Flight Crew Operations 10-801-198 Speech 10-809-110 Leadership as an Art

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31-402-1 Technical Diploma • 30 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/aeronauticsprofessionalpilot This program will prepare you to compete successfully for an entry-level position as a commercial pilot once you gain additional flight hours. You can earn the necessary experience through a variety of employment options such as skydiver pilot, banner tow pilot, aerial photography pilot, crop duster, wildland fire pilot, air tour pilot, DNR pilot, law enforcement pilot and others.

Occupational Specific (30 Credits) 10-402-101 Aeronautics Science Private 10-402-102 Aeronautics/Aviation Weather 10-402-108 Aero Science-Multi Engine Land 10-402-191 Aeronautics Private Pilot 10-402-192 Aeronautics Flight Commercial 1 10-402-196 Aeronautics Flight Multi-Engines 10-402-103 Aeronautics Science Instrument 10-402-104 Aeronautics Science Commercial 10-402-106 Aeronautics Engine Structure Systems 10-402-193 Aeronautics Flight Instrument 10-402-194 Aeronautics Flight Commercial 2

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10-402-2 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/aircraftelec The common industry term for aircraft electronics is avionics, so a typical position title is avionics technician. You will be responsible for a variety of tasks which are typically performed on the aircraft or in the avionics shop environment. Tasks include installing, inspecting, testing, repairing, and aligning aircraft communication, navigation, and flight control systems. In order to perform the required tasks, you will utilize highly specialized avionics test equipment along with manufacturer's documentation.

Technical Studies (42 Credits) 10-402-112 Materials and Installation 10-402-124 Aeronautics, Introduction to 10-402-160 Aircraft Electrical Power 10-402-161 Aviation Regulations & Publications 10-620-103 DC Circuits 3 - Aircraft/Electromechanical 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 10-402-110 Aircraft Instrument Systems 10-402-111 Basic Avionics Systems 10-402-163 Aircraft Electrical Systems 10-402-166 Maintenance Forms & Records 10-402-167 Technical Drawings & Diagrams 10-402-114 Avionics Communications 10-402-140 Avionics Control Systems 10-660-115 AC Circuits 2 10-660-120 Solid State 1 10-660-121 Solid State 2 10-660-130 Digital Electronics Tech 1 10-660-131 Digital Electronics Tech 2 10-402-143 Avionics Surveillance Systems 10-402-169 Avionics Navigational Systems General Studies (23 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-806-139 Survey of Physics 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-809-195 Economics Electives (5 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-402-123 FCC License, Preparation for 10-402-144 Installation Project 1 10-402-145 Installation Project 2 10-402-146 Installation Project 3 10-402-168 Human Factors 10-620-152 Industrial Solid State 1 10-402-130 Avionics Co-op 1

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Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics

32-402-1 Technical Diploma • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/airframepowerplant As an airframe and powerplant mechanic, also known as the aviation maintenance technician, you are federally certified to inspect and maintain U.S.-registered civil aircraft. You work to a high standard of integrity and ethics, utilizing skills to maintain airworthiness of all aircraft, regardless of type, complexity or size. Your work responsibilities will include inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of aircraft engines (piston and turbine), airframe systems and structures; rebuilding and overhaul of engines and major components; and documentation and airworthiness certification upon completion of aircraft maintenance activities. You may be employed by airlines, repair stations, air charter services and other aviation companies. Advanced career opportunities become available as you gain field experience.

Occupational Specific (58 Credits) 10-402-112 Materials and Installation 10-402-160 Aircraft Electrical Power 10-402-161 Aviation Regulations & Publications 10-620-103 DC Circuits 3 - Aircraft/Electromechanical 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 10-402-110 Aircraft Instrument Systems 10-402-111 Basic Avionics Systems 10-402-163 Aircraft Electrical Systems 10-402-166 Maintenance Forms & Records 10-402-167 Technical Drawings & Diagrams 10-402-168 Human Factors 32-402-310 Aircraft Powerplants 1 32-402-315 Powerplant Systems 1 32-402-316 Powerplant Systems 2 32-402-322 Aircraft Systems 1 32-402-333 Aircraft Inspection and Analysis 32-402-339 Propellers 32-442-317 Aircraft Applied Welding 32-402-323 Aircraft Systems 2 32-402-326 Structural Materials 32-402-327 Maintenance and Service 32-402-331 Aircraft Powerplant 2 32-402-337 Powerplant Systems 3 Occupational Supportive (12 Credits) 10-402-124 Aeronautics, Introduction to 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-806-139 Survey of Physics

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10-101-1 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/accounting Prepare for an entry-level position as an assistant auditor, tax accountant assistant, junior accountant, accounts receivable clerk or internal assistant auditor. You will maintain records of accounts and handle business transactions for expenses, payments, purchases and inventories in journals, ledgers and on computers. You will prepare financial reports to substantiate transactions such as income statements, balance sheets, cost studies and tax reports, and will review and interpret financial reports.

Technical Studies (45 Credits) 10-101-180 Financial Accounting 1 10-102-112 Business, Introduction to 10-107-120 Windows Basics 10-101-103 Peachtree Accounting Applications 10-101-145 Spreadsheets, Beginning 10-101-152 Spreadsheets, Intermediate 10-101-160 Communication Software, Intro to 10-101-181 Financial Accounting 2 10-101-187 Payroll Accounting 10-101-130 Cost Accounting A 10-101-131 Cost Accounting B 10-101-150 Income Tax Accounting A 10-101-151 Income Tax Accounting B 10-101-164 Accounting Database Applications 10-101-182 Intermediate Accounting 1 10-101-102 QuickBooks Accounting Applications 10-101-126 Integrated Acctg. Systems on Microcomputers 10-101-166 Advanced Software Integration 10-101-183 Intermediate Accounting 2 10-102-103 Business Law 1 General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-195 Economics Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-101-155 VITA Tax Assistance 10-101-188 Cost Accounting, Advanced 10-101-189 Income Tax Accounting, Advanced 10-104-151 Marketing 1, Principles of

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Accounting Assistant

31-101-1 Technical Diploma • 29 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/accountingassistant As an accounting assistant, you will maintain up-to-date and accurate records of daily transactions, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventories, payroll and various other records. You may assist an accountant in the preparation of financial statements, and may record and compile financial data by hand or with the aid of a computer. As an accounting assistant, you may also be called upon to work with customers and to perform various general office responsibilities such as answering the telephone, handling the mail, filing correspondence, and typing reports or correspondence.

Occupational Specific (23 Credits) 10-101-145 Spreadsheets, Beginning 10-101-160 Communication Software, Intro to 10-101-180 Financial Accounting 1 10-106-119 Electronic Calculators 10-107-120 Windows Basics 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-101-102 QuickBooks Accounting Applications 10-101-103 Peachtree Accounting Applications 10-101-152 Spreadsheets, Intermediate 10-101-164 Accounting Database Applications 10-101-181 Financial Accounting 2 10-101-187 Payroll Accounting Occupational Supportive (6 Credits) 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-801-195 Written Communication

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Administrative Professional

10-106-6 Associate Degree • 67 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Also Offered in Accelerated Format Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/adminprofessional As an administrative professional, you will be employed in one of the largest, fastest growing occupations in the U.S. and global economies. The administrative professional combines organizational and people skills with an expertise in information processing and office technology. Utilizing your computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, database, graphics, communications and web technologies, you will function as an integral part of the office team.

Technical Studies (43 Credits) 10-106-103 Intro to Administrative Professional Careers 10-106-108 Business Writing and Formatting 10-106-118 Effective Business Practice 10-106-128 Advanced Office Software Applications 10-106-166 Office Fundamentals 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-102-103 Business Law 1 10-106-101 Web Technologies 10-106-140 Meeting & Event Management Fundamentals 10-106-160 Business Relationship Development 10-106-164 Publication Design 10-106-178 Presentation and Training Techniques 10-623-109 Introduction to Project Management 10-106-126 Administrative Management 10-106-134 Technological Resource Management 10-106-137 Project Management for the Office 10-106-176 Business Technology Internship/Capstone

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General Studies (21 Credits) 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-195 Economics Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-103-174 Photoshop, Introduction to 10-106-182 Event Planning-Global 10-106-194 Office - Internship 1 10-802-100 Spanish 1

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Banking & Financial Services

10-114-3 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/banking Financial officers and managers make decisions within a framework of policy set by the board of directors and existing laws and regulations. In this career field, you must have a broad knowledge of business activities which relate to the operation of your department. This program prepares you for an operating position within a financial institution, where you may specialize in certain departments such as proof, bookkeeping, accounting, loan, credit, brokerage, trust, investment, savings counseling and customer service.

Technical Studies (45 Credits) 10-107-150 Microcomputer Applications 10-114-115 Credit Procedures 10-114-124 Money and Banking 10-101-102 QuickBooks Accounting Applications 10-101-145 Spreadsheets, Beginning 10-101-152 Spreadsheets, Intermediate 10-101-180 Financial Accounting 1 10-114-104 Financial Institutions 10-101-181 Financial Accounting 2 10-104-151 Marketing 1, Principles of 10-104-166 Sales Principles 10-114-113 Financial Products and Services, Principles 10-114-176 Stock and Bond Investments 10-102-103 Business Law 1 10-114-121 Analyzing Financial Statements 10-114-175 Financial Planning 10-114-182 Finance Internship General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-195 Economics 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-114-108 Foundations in Financial Planning 10-114-110 Financial Institutions Management

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"I was immediately ready to apply everything I learned as a result of both my education and the internship." Ashley Rahn 2010 Alumna Banking & Financial Services

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Broadcast Captioning

10-170-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible A Lakeshore Technical College Program Offered at FVTC Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/broadcastcaptioning You've read the scrolling captions for the hearing impaired on your TV screen. The person providing instantaneous text of programs is trained in realtime transcription techniques and technology. These skills can also be used to provide Communication Access Realtime (CART) for hearing impaired students in educational as well as public settings. If you're an excellent listener, have strong language and communication skills, are committed to accuracy, and are able to work on deadline, a career in broadcast captioning may be a perfect fit for your talents.

Business Management

Technical Studies (49 Credits) 10-106-117 Legal Terminology 10-106-174 Realtime Reporting I 10-106-184 English for Realtime Reporters 10-106-195 Realtime Reporting Orientation 10-106-804 Realtime Reporting I Lab 10-106-158 Realtime Reporting Technology 10-106-175 Realtime Reporting II 10-106-805 Realtime Reporting II Lab 10-106-153 Realtime Reporting Speed Development 10-106-154 Literary I 10-106-155 Jury Charge I 10-106-162 Testimony I 10-106-809 Literary I Lab 10-106-828 Jury Charge I Lab 10-106-859 Testimony I Lab 10-106-165 Literary II 10-106-167 Jury Charge II 10-106-168 Judicial Reporting Procedures 10-106-169 Judicial Reporting Internship 10-106-171 Testimony II 10-106-829 Jury Charge II Lab 10-106-857 Testimony II Lab 10-170-101 Captioning/CART I 10-170-143 Internship in Broadcast Captioning/CART 10-106-156 Medical Reporting & Terminology 10-106-811 Literary II Lab General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-195 Economics

Technical Studies (31 Credits) 10-102-103 Business Law 1 10-102-112 Business, Introduction to 10-103-120 MS Office Suite, Introduction 10-106-118 Effective Business Practice 10-196-191 Supervision 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-104-151 Marketing 1, Principles of 10-196-131 Problem Solving 10-196-110 Cost Controls and Budgeting 10-138-150 Global Business Fundamentals 10-102-105 Business Management Internship General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society

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10-102-3 Associate Degree • 67-68 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Also Offered in Accelerated Format Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/businessmgmt As a graduate of this program, you may attain employment in a wide crosssection of businesses, from large industrial companies to small service-oriented franchises, as well as self-employment. This program will provide you with a broad background in management theory, human resource management and behavior, accounting and other quantitative methods, organization and production, marketing and business decision making. Typical positions that will be available to you include assistant manager, customer service supervisor, management trainee, office manager, shift coordinator and team leader. Credits 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Select one specialty: Accounting (15 Credits)

In this specialty, you will learn accounting in preparation for a career in business, industry or government. You will prepare for an entry-level position as assistant auditor, tax accountant assistant, junior accountant, accounts receivable clerk or internal assistant auditor. 10-101-180 10-101-103 10-101-145 10-101-152 10-101-181 10-101-187 10-101-102

Financial Accounting 1 Peachtree Accounting Applications Spreadsheets, Beginning Spreadsheets, Intermediate Financial Accounting 2 Payroll Accounting QuickBooks Accounting Applications

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Entrepreneurship (15 Credits)

In this specialty, you will improve your current skills or develop additional skills in the agribusiness field of dairy and livestock production. You will study principles in animal herd health, nutrition, balance livestock rations, and genetics/reproduction. You will also develop management skills which will be useful to your career in the dairy/livestock industry.

In this specialty, you will investigate the relationship between entrepreneurial thinking and the opportunity to ignite the creative spark that leads to idea generation and new venture creation. You will learn to research, develop and write detailed start-up business plans which can be used to create successful businesses. This specialty provides you with a starting point for starting your own business.

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Dairy/Livestock Nutrition Dairy/Livestock Ration Balance Dairy/Livestock Herd Health Dairy Genetics and Reproduction Dairy/Livestock Records Management

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Agribusiness-Plant Science (15 Credits) In this specialty, you will improve your current skills or develop additional skills in the agribusiness field of agronomy. You will study principles in plant science, soil science, integrated pest management, and crop application, develop nutrient management plans, and sharpen your management skills which will be useful to your career in the dairy/ livestock industry. 10-006-102 10-006-150 10-006-141 10-006-143 10-006-155

Integrated Pest Mgmt & Weed Identification Agronomy Equipment Plant Science Introduction to Soils Nutrient Management Principles

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Banking (15 Credits) Banking courses give you a broad knowledge of business activities which relate to the operation of various banking departments. This specialty prepares you for operating positions within financial institutions such as proof, bookkeeping, accounting, loan, credit, brokerage, trust, investment, savings counseling and customer service. 10-114-104 10-114-175 10-114-115 10-114-124 10-114-176

Financial Institutions Financial Planning Credit Procedures Money and Banking Stock and Bond Investments

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Diesel (16 Credits)

Entrepreneurial Mindset Entrepreneurial Venture-Your Business Plan Entrepreneurship, Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Managing Your New Venture Entrepreneurial Sales Entrepreneurial Venture Financing

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General Emphasis (15 Credits) In this specialty, you will receive a broad background in management theory, human resource management and behavior, accounting and other quantitative methods, organization and production, marketing and business decision making. Learn the business knowledge and skills you will need as a management trainee, assistant manager, or team leader in a wide cross-section of business, manufacturing, government and not-for-profit sectors of our economy. 10-104-166 10-116-150 10-196-190 10-116-193 10-809-172

Sales Principles Employment Law Leadership Development Human Resources Management Introduction to Diversity Studies

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Marketing (15 Credits) In this specialty, you will explore principles of marketing, sales, retailing, advertising and marketing research. You will gain experience and participate in activities which will be useful in your career when developing and executing marketing plans, participating in teams, utilizing information technology and developing leadership skills. 10-104-113 10-104-114 10-104-147 10-104-163 10-104-166

Marketing Research Marketing Management Promotion Principles Sales Management Sales Principles

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In this specialty, you will learn to repair and maintain electronic controlled diesel engines, air conditioning systems and electronic controlled air brake systems. You will enjoy a unique experience with our fleet of 60 diesel powered tractors that puts you "in the shop" every day dealing with customer and vehicle issues. You will build technical expertise and learn to operate the sophisticated equipment used to diagnose and correct problems. 10-412-101 10-412-118 10-412-114 10-412-112 10-412-113

Introduction to Diesel Technology Drive Train Diesel Preventive Maintenance Diesel Heavy Duty Brake Systems Diesel Steering and Suspension

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Court Reporting

10-106-1 Associate Degree • 65 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible A Lakeshore Technical College Program Offered at FVTC Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/courtreporting You've seen high profile trials with a person keying the testimony into a stenograph machine or you’ve read the scrolling captions for the hearingimpaired on your TV screen. The person recording the spoken words at speeds ranging from 180 to 225 words per minute is a court reporter. If you're an excellent listener, have strong language and communication skills and are committed to accuracy and confidentiality, a career in court reporting may be a perfect fit for you.

Technical Studies (44 Credits) 10-106-117 Legal Terminology 10-106-174 Realtime Reporting I 10-106-184 English for Realtime Reporters 10-106-195 Realtime Reporting Orientation 10-106-804 Realtime Reporting I Lab 10-106-158 Realtime Reporting Technology 10-106-175 Realtime Reporting II 10-106-805 Realtime Reporting II Lab 10-106-153 Realtime Reporting Speed Development 10-106-154 Literary I 10-106-155 Jury Charge I 10-106-162 Testimony I 10-106-809 Literary I Lab 10-106-828 Jury Charge I Lab 10-106-859 Testimony I Lab 10-106-156 Medical Reporting & Terminology 10-106-165 Literary II 10-106-167 Jury Charge II 10-106-168 Judicial Reporting Procedures 10-106-169 Judicial Reporting Internship 10-106-171 Testimony II 10-106-811 Literary II Lab 10-106-829 Jury Charge II Lab 10-106-857 Testimony II Lab General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-809-195 Economics 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps

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Human Resources

10-116-1 Associate Degree • 67 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Night Classes and Hybrid/Accelerated Format Only Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/humanresources Learn how to use your verbal, written and interpersonal skills to assist managers and directors with various HR activities. This program prepares you with general skills in communication, human relations and business fundamentals. In addition, you will develop specific skills in areas such as recruiting, coordinating hiring and orientation processes, maintaining personnel records and information systems, administering benefits and safety programs, and coordinating employee training and recognition programs. Your duties may include recruiting and selecting employees, developing and implementing compensation and benefits packages, overseeing legal compliance, coordinating and conducting new employee orientations, and coordinating employee training and education.

Technical Studies (40 Credits) 10-102-112 Business, Introduction to 10-103-120 MS Office Suite, Introduction 10-116-150 Employment Law 10-116-193 Human Resources Management 10-116-151 Employee Relations 10-116-160 Training Design and Measurement 10-116-161 HR Record Keeping Systems 10-116-104 Labor Relations 10-116-153 Compensation and Benefits 10-116-154 Recruiting and Hiring 10-116-123 Human Resources Internship 10-116-156 HR Aspects of Insurance Administration 10-116-168 Principles of Budgeting for HR 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-195 Economics Electives (6 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-196-121 Safety, Principles of 10-196-131 Problem Solving 10-802-100 Spanish 1

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10-196-1

Associate Degree • 64 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Accelerated Format Only Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/mgmtdevelopment As a graduate of this program, you may obtain employment in a wide crosssection of businesses, from large industrial companies to small service-oriented franchises. You will develop skills in leadership, human resources, teamwork, quality, finance, marketing, operations, labor relations/business law, employee training, problem solving and safety. In addition, you will develop communication skills in writing and speaking. Typical positions available to you will include department manager, supervisor, team leader, and facilitator in areas such as manufacturing, banking, education, government, health, insurance and retail.

Technical Studies (37 Credits) 10-102-112 Business, Introduction to 10-104-151 Marketing 1, Principles of 10-196-192 Managing for Quality 10-196-190 Leadership Development 10-623-195 Lean Tools 10-116-104 Labor Relations 10-116-193 Human Resources Management 10-196-121 Safety, Principles of 10-196-131 Problem Solving 10-196-191 Supervision 10-623-194 Introduction to Six Sigma 10-196-110 Cost Controls and Budgeting 10-196-139 Employee Training and Development 10-196-171 Management Development Field Study General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies Electives (6 Credits)

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Medical Office Assistant

31-160-2 Technical Diploma • 28 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/medicalofficeassistant As a medical office assistant, you will work on the business side of heath care. You will gain knowledge and experience in medical law and ethics, business communication development, managing medical office procedures, electronic medical records, records management, medical language, medical and general office technologies, and anatomy and physiology. Workplace responsibilities will include scheduling, filing, patient registration, creating business documents, answering calls, and greeting patients. Strong organizational skills, adherence to confidentiality standards, and an interest in customer service are key skills for medical office assistants. Some possible career options include customer service specialist, medical scheduler, medical receptionist or medical records clerk.

Occupational Specific (25 Credits) 10-103-120 MS Office Suite, Introduction 10-106-108 Business Writing and Formatting 10-106-120 Business Technology Essentials

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10-160-100 Intro to Medical Administrative Careers 10-501-101 Medical Terminology 10-501-151 People Skills for Health Professionals 10-501-153 Body Structure and Function 10-106-112 Keyboarding Speed Development 10-106-160 Business Relationship Development 10-160-106 Business Health Simulation 10-501-109 Medical Law, Ethics & Profess 31-106-306 Medical Office Procedures Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication

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Meeting & Event Management

10-109-6 Associate Degree • 64 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Accelerated Format Only Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/meeting_eventmgmt The meetings and event management industry is rapidly becoming an important and recognized business profession within the global marketplace. This program is designed for beginners as well as experienced meeting and event managers. Your courses will provide you with knowledge in contract law, negotiations, convention, conference and meeting facilities management, financial management, problem solving/decision-making and communications. You will find career opportunities with professional associations, corporations, conference centers, hotels, resorts and special event venues. As a graduate, you may find work as a corporate or independent meeting and event planner, destination specialist, event resources manager, group transportation manager or incentive planner.

Technical Studies (40 Credits) 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-103-120 MS Office Suite, Introduction 10-106-118 Effective Business Practice 10-106-140 Meeting & Event Management Fundamentals 10-106-178 Presentation and Training Techniques 10-102-103 Business Law 1 10-104-151 Marketing 1, Principles of 10-106-101 Web Technologies 10-109-102 Transportation, Registration and Housing 10-109-107 Partnership Development 10-109-112 Exposition Management 10-102-157 Business Law 2 10-109-101 Risk Management & Crisis Planning 10-106-180 Meeting & Event Management, Adv. Apps 10-109-127 Meeting Management Internship General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives 10-102-112 Business, Introduction to

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Management Development

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Office Assistant

31-106-1

Technical Diploma • 30 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/officeassistant As an office assistant, you are part of a business team and will handle a variety of responsibilities including typing correspondence, reports and letters; sorting mail and filing; answering telephones; and greeting customers. An interest in customer service and an ability to be flexible are attributes of the successful office assistant. This program emphasizes keyboarding, communications and computer skills, as well as various processes and procedures related to the business office. You may be employed in the business office of a school, bank, manufacturing firm, insurance company, government office or hospital. Occupational Specific (24 Credits) 10-106-103 Intro to Administrative Professional Careers 10-106-108 Business Writing and Formatting 10-106-112 Keyboarding Speed Development 10-106-120 Business Technology Essentials 10-106-121 Office Software Applications 10-106-166 Office Fundamentals 10-106-102 Office Desktop Publishing: MS Publisher 10-106-118 Effective Business Practice 10-106-128 Advanced Office Software Applications 10-106-160 Business Relationship Development 10-106-152 Office Internship Occupational Supportive (6 Credits) 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-801-195 Written Communication

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Paralegal NEW

10-110-1 Associate Degree • 66 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Night Classes Only Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/paralegal As part of the legal office team, the paralegal provides assistance by drafting and interpreting legal documents; selecting, compiling and using technical legal information; analyzing and resolving legal procedural problems; and recognizing and managing potential ethical conflicts. A mastery of the English language, client service and the ability to understand and interpret legal information are essential. The paralegal is a vital member of the legal team, directly assisting the lawyer in the practice of law.

Technical Studies (39 Credits) 10-102-103 Business Law 1 10-110-101 Introduction to Paralegalism & Legal Ethics 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-110-104 Legal Research 10-110-150 Legal Technology 10-110-151 Civil Litigation Procedures 10-110-105 Legal Writing 10-110-106 Family Law 10-110-114 Administration of Estates 10-110-152 Law Office Management 10-110-107 Legal Aspects/Business Organizations 10-110-110 Real Estate Law 10-110-142 Paralegal Internship 10-110-168 Paralegal Criminal Procedures

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General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-809-103 Think Critically & Creatively Electives (6 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-110-122 Creditor/Debtor Relations 10-110-153 Bankruptcy Law 10-110-160 Employment Law for Paralegals

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Professional Communications

10-699-1 Associate Degree • 64 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Online Only • www.fvtc.edu/professionalcommunications With the rapid growth of technology, the need for strong communicators who can make technical information accessible to the average user is vital. Professional communicators combine multimedia knowledge and strong communication skills with technical expertise. Typical careers within this field include web content developers, documentation and training specialists, information architects and designers, researchers, technical illustrators, technical writers and editors, translators, and usability professionals. The need for professional/technical communicators is expected to grow over the next decade.

Technical Studies (40 Credits) Credits 10-104-151 Marketing 1, Principles of 3 10-106-121 Office Software Applications 3 10-699-112 Introduction to Professional Communications 3 10-152-105 Web Graphics, Introduction to 3 10-699-121 Social Media 1 10-699-102 Intercultural Communication 3 10-699-104 Research Methods for Professional Communications 3 10-699-116 Developing Product Documentation 3 10-699-117 Designing Content for the Web 3 10-699-123 Video Publishing 1 10-699-105 Writing Content for the Web 3 10-699-106 Proposal/Grant Writing 3 10-699-120 Information Design 3 10-699-122 Publishing Content for Mobile Devices 1 10-699-141 Professional Communications Internship 3 10-699-142 E-portfolio Development 1 General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 10-804-107 College Mathematics 3 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 3 10-809-195 Economics 3 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 3 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 3 Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-104-100 Internet Marketing 3 10-145-102 Entrepreneur E-Business Plan 3 10-145-104 Entrepreneurship, Introduction to 3


Construction Management Technology

10-455-4 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/constructionmgmt As a graduate of this program, you will be prepared to work in residential, commercial, or industrial construction. The program prepares you to apply basic principles of building science, project cost control, document management, supervision, human resources, and safety and risk management. You will be prepared for an entry-level position in project management or supervision as an assistant project manager, assistant construction manager, assistant project coordinator, estimator, expeditor, scheduler, safety supervisor, cost engineer, field engineer or project engineer.

Technical Studies (47 Credits) Credits 10-455-101 Site Layout and Construction (CMT) 2 10-455-102 Introduction to Construction Management (CMT) 1 10-455-121 Understanding Construction Drawings (CMT) 1 10-455-122 Introduction to AutoCAD, Architecture (CMT) 2 10-455-103 Construction Safety Management (CMT) 2 10-455-105 Foundation System (CMT) 2 10-455-111 Structural Systems (CMT) 2 10-455-112 Exterior Enclosure Systems (CMT) 2 10-455-118 Interior Building Finishes (CMT) 2 10-455-107 Construction Management Internship (CMT) 2 10-455-125 Construction Management Field Study 1 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 3 10-196-191 Supervision 3 10-455-106 Construction Estimating (CMT) 2 10-455-108 Construction Contracts and Law (CMT) 2 10-455-109 Construction Scheduling (CMT) 2 10-455-120 Revit Architecture (CMT) 2 10-455-126 Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Systems (CMT) 3 10-455-104 Construction Engineering Fundamentals (CMT) 3 10-455-113 Construction Project Management (CMT) 2 10-455-115 Computer-Integrated-Construction (CMT) 2 10-455-116 Sustainable Design and Construction (CMT) 2 10-455-123 Construction Financial Management (CMT) 2 General Studies (23 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 3 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B 2 10-806-143 College Physics 1 3 10-809-195 Economics 3 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 3 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 3

Construction, Residential Building

31-410-7 Technical Diploma • 43 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/rbc This hands-on program will prepare you for employment with residential builders, remodelers, subcontractors, material suppliers and other specialists closely allied with the residential building market. Construction theory and lab practice will be taught at Fox Valley Technical College's S. J. Spanbauer Center in Oshkosh. You will gain hands-on field experience through the construction or remodeling of a complete home.

Occupational Specific (40 Credits) Credits 31-410-335 Blueprint Reading & Estimating-Construction 2 31-410-353 Exterior Finish Principles (RBC) 4 31-410-354 Exterior Finish Project (RBC) 3 31-410-355 Interior Closure Principles (RBC) 4 31-410-356 Interior Closure Project (RBC) 3 31-410-315 Introduction to AutoCAD-Construction 2 31-410-357 Interior Finish Principles, Basic (RBC) 4 31-410-358 Interior Finish Project, Basic (RBC) 3 31-410-359 Interior Finish Principles, Intermediate (RBC) 4 31-410-360 Interior Finish Project, Intermediate (RBC) 3 31-410-361 Frame Construction Principles (RBC) 4 31-410-362 Frame Construction Project (RBC) 3 31-410-363 Residential Building Codes and Regulations (RBC) 1 Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 31-531-301 First Aid/CPR 1 31-890-307 Workplace Reality 2

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Electricity

31-413-1 Technical Diploma • 37 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/electricity Gain basic knowledge in electricity, tool use, installation requirements and electrical equipment along with trade-specific mathematics, safety, electrical code, print reading and communication skills. You will gain hands-on field experience by participating in the construction of a home. As a graduate, your potential employment opportunities include electrical apprenticeship, electrical construction helper, electrical maintenance assistant, electrician helper, data communications installer helper, maintenance technician/mechanic assistant, electrical/electronics equipment installer, electrical assembly, and electrical parts distribution counterperson.

Occupational Specific (37 Credits) 10-482-102 Photovoltaic Basics & Safety 10-531-101 First Aid/CPR, Principles and Practices 31-413-311 Construction Trades Safety 31-413-312 Tools and Test Equipment 31-413-313 Electrical Principles 1 31-413-315 National Electrical Code 1 31-413-327 Equipment Installation 31-413-331 Construction Trades Print Reading 10-480-101 Renewable Energies, Overview 10-482-103 Photovoltaics, Intermediate 31-413-321 Electrical Principles 2 31-413-322 National Electrical Code 2 31-413-326 Electrical Wiring Methods 31-449-304 Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training 10-482-104 Photovoltaic Design & Installation 31-413-317 Electric System Troubleshooting 31-413-319 Construction Careers Preparation 31-413-320 Tools for Success 31-413-323 Control Devices 31-413-324 Electric Motor Installation 31-413-325 National Electrical Code 3

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Culinary & Hospitality

Culinary & Hospitality Culinary Arts

10-316-1 Associate Degree • 68 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Also Offered in Accelerated Format Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/culinary As a chef, you are a specialist who prepares, seasons and cooks soups, meats, vegetables, desserts and other foods such as sauces, side dishes and salads. You may prepare one type of specialized food or be responsible for preparing all of the foods served in a given eating establishment. As chef or head cook, you coordinate the work of the kitchen staff and direct all kinds of food preparation. You decide the size of servings, plan menus and buy food and supplies. In addition, you may perform some managerial duties such as managing budgets, coordinating food preparation with service, supervising personnel and possibly a complete food unit.

Technical Studies (44 Credits) 10-109-121 Hospitality, Introduction to 10-316-103 Pantry Production 10-316-104 Soup & Stock Production 10-316-105 Comfort Food Production 10-316-110 Culinary Fundamentals 10-316-112 Baking, Principles of 10-316-113 Breakfast Cookery and Trends 10-316-117 Convenience Bakery 10-316-118 Sanitation for Food Service Operations 10-316-119 Nutrition for Culinary Arts 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-316-106 Complex Carbohydrates 10-316-107 Heart Healthy Cuisine & Light Sauces 10-316-111 Vegetables and Vegetarian 10-316-114 Garde Manger 10-316-115 Lunch Cookery and Trends 10-316-116 Deli Operations 10-316-120 Culinary Applications 10-109-113 Hospitality - Internship 1 10-316-123 Hospitality Supervision 10-316-124 Culinary Skills Development 10-316-129 Professionalism, Ethics and Etiquette 10-316-133 Meat Identification 10-316-141 Food, Beverage and Labor Cost Controls 10-531-101 First Aid/CPR, Principles and Practices 10-109-125 Hospitality Sales and Promotion 1 10-316-134 Restaurant Operations - Preparation 10-316-135 Restaurant Operations - Service General Studies (21 Credits) 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-195 Economics

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Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-141-100 Spanish 1 Culinary Arts 10-316-150 Food Service Independent Study 10-316-151 Asian Cuisine 10-316-152 European Cuisine 10-316-153 Planning a Major Catered Event 10-316-154 Ice Carving 10-316-157 Culinary Competition 10-316-186 Latin American Cuisine 10-316-187 Local, Sustainable & Organic Food Products

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Food Service Production

31-303-2 Technical Diploma • 27 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/foodservice This program is designed to prepare you for entry-level employment in the food service industry wherever food is produced in quantity. As a cook, you will prepare, season and cook soups, meats, vegetables, desserts, sauces, side dishes, salads and other foodstuffs. You may prepare one type of specialized food or be responsible for preparing all foods served in a given establishment. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs.

Occupational Specific (22 Credits) 10-109-121 Hospitality, Introduction to 10-316-103 Pantry Production 10-316-104 Soup & Stock Production 10-316-105 Comfort Food Production 10-316-110 Culinary Fundamentals 10-316-112 Baking, Principles of 10-316-113 Breakfast Cookery and Trends 10-316-117 Convenience Bakery 10-316-118 Sanitation for Food Service Operations 10-316-119 Nutrition for Culinary Arts 10-316-106 Complex Carbohydrates 10-316-107 Heart Healthy Cuisine & Light Sauces 10-316-111 Vegetables and Vegetarian 10-316-114 Garde Manger 10-316-115 Lunch Cookery and Trends 10-316-116 Deli Operations 10-316-120 Culinary Applications 10-316-129 Professionalism, Ethics and Etiquette Occupational Supportive (5 Credits) 31-804-307 Math for the Trades 10-531-101 First Aid/CPR, Principles and Practices 31-801-318 Communication, Applied

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Associate Degree • 67 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/hotel_restaurantmgmt The broad fields of hotel and restaurant management are growing rapidly and are vital to the economy. Customer service, room operations, dining room and food service operations, first aid/CPR, and marketing and advertising are some of the topics you will explore in this program. In addition, you will learn strategies for selling to convention organizers and businesses, and coordinating tourism efforts for communities. You will be prepared to enter hospitality areas including lodging, food and beverage, meeting planning, tourism, and recreation.

Technical Studies (43 Credits) 10-109-121 Hospitality, Introduction to 10-109-125 Hospitality Sales and Promotion 1 10-316-101 Food Production, Introduction to 10-316-118 Sanitation for Food Service Operations 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-109-103 Hospitality Law and Liability 10-109-131 Tourism: A Community Approach 10-316-129 Professionalism, Ethics and Etiquette 10-531-101 First Aid/CPR, Principles and Practices 10-109-111 Room Operations

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10-109-113 Hospitality - Internship 1 10-109-119 Hospitality Security 10-109-126 Customer Service Management 10-316-120 Culinary Applications 10-316-123 Hospitality Supervision 10-109-114 Hospitality - Internship 2 10-109-140 Principles of Group Sales 10-316-141 Food, Beverage and Labor Cost Controls 10-316-142 Catering and Special Event Planning General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-809-195 Economics Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-109-115 Culinary Internship 10-109-150 Issues in Hospitality 10-109-151 Resort Management 10-802-100 Spanish 1

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Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies Automated Manufacturing Systems Technician

10-628-3 Associate Degree • 70-71 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/ams Businesses are constantly faced with trying to produce a product faster, cheaper and more efficiently. In many applications, this is completed by automation. In this program, you will learn electronics, computers, control systems, programming, robots, fluid power, sensors, PLC's, and vision systems, and demonstrate the ability to integrate these devices together. In addition, you will learn to control these systems through hardware and software, and track vital daily information. As an automated manufacturing systems technician, you will install, program, design, troubleshoot, and repair automated systems.

Technical Studies (41 Credits) Credits 10-609-170 Ladder Logic and Control Devices 1 10-609-173 Programmable Logic Controllers 1 1 10-628-113 Electronic Construction Applications 1 10-628-126 Blueprint Reading, Computer-Assisted Design 2 10-628-135 Visual Basic Industrial Advanced 2 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 1 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 1 10-660-115 AC Circuits 2 1 10-628-181 Technical Software Essentials 1 10-609-172 DC/AC Variable Speed Drives 1 10-609-171 Electrical Motors 1 10-628-123 Controls and PLCs 2 10-628-101 Concepts of Programming for Technicians 1 10-628-180 Computer Systems 2 10-628-124 Industrial Electronics 2 10-628-131 Instrumentation and Process Control 3 10-628-112 Robotics 2 10-628-132 Controls and PLCs 2 2 10-628-133 Visual BASIC for Industrial Applications 2 10-628-138 Operator Input/Output 1 10-628-144 Electrical Power Systems 2 10-419-103 Fluid Power 3 10-628-141 Cell Integration 3 10-628-143 Enterprise Integration 2 General Studies (23-24 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B 2 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 3 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 3 10-809-195 Economics 3 Select 1 of these 6 courses: 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 3 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 3 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 3 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 3 10-806-143 College Physics 1 3 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 4

Electives (6 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-623-100 Fundamentals of SPC 10-628-134 Industrial Automation Internship 10-628-136 Automated Systems Design 10-628-142 Elements of Machines 10-628-157 Advanced Industrial Applications

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Electro-Mechanical Technology

10-620-1 Associate Degree • 68 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/electromechanicaltechnology As an electromechanical technician, you install, troubleshoot, and repair machinery used in business and industry. The complexity of most of this machinery requires you to have an understanding of electricity-electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, mechanical devices, industrial computers, sensors, instrumentation equipment, and automated systems. You will also learn to calibrate instruments, write PLC programs using computer software, tune closed loop automated systems and product design. Employment opportunities are in plant maintenance, computer technology, PLC programming, technical sales, field service, instrumentation technicians, and research and development.

Technical Studies (40 Credits) 10-609-101 Electrical Safety, Industry 10-620-103 DC Circuits 3 - Aircraft/Electromechanical 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 10-660-115 AC Circuits 2 10-660-120 Solid State 1 10-620-152 Industrial Solid State 1 10-620-153 Industrial Solid State 2 10-620-154 Hydraulics 1 10-620-155 Hydraulics 2 10-620-156 Hydraulics 3 10-660-121 Solid State 2 10-660-130 Digital Electronics Tech 1 10-660-131 Digital Electronics Tech 2 10-620-160 Mechanical Linkages 1 10-620-161 Mechanical Linkages 2 10-620-162 Pneumatics 1 10-620-163 Pneumatics 2 10-620-192 Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers 1 10-609-170 Ladder Logic and Control Devices 10-609-172 DC/AC Variable Speed Drives 10-609-173 Programmable Logic Controllers 1 10-620-170 Electrical Generators & Power Dist Systems 10-620-171 Electrical Motors-DC 10-620-172 Electrical Motors-AC 10-620-173 Servomechanisms 1 10-620-174 Servomechanisms 2 10-620-177 Mechanical Drives 1 10-620-178 Mechanical Drives 2 10-620-182 Programmable Logic Controllers 2 10-620-183 Process Variables and Measurements 1 10-620-184 Process Variables and Measurements 2 10-620-185 Instrumentation and Process Control 1 10-620-186 Instrumentation and Process Control 2 10-620-187 Sensors 10-620-188 System Troubleshooting 10-620-189 Electromechanical Systems 1

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Electronic & Communication Engineering Technology

10-663-3 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/electronic_communicationengineering This program provides you with a solid foundation in electronics, wired and wireless communications, computer programming, telephone and data networking, and telecommunications systems. Extensive laboratory work is used to support topics covered in theory. Individuals who possess the ability to understand and apply electronics, as well as wired and wireless communication principles, have a wide variety of career choices to choose from including broadband cabling technician, telecommunication field service, electronic technician and cellular technician.

Technical Studies (46 Credits) 10-605-112 DC Circuits 3 - Electronics/EET 10-605-129 PC Hardware/Operating Systems 10-605-131 Digital Electronics 2 - Electronics/EET 10-605-132 Digital Electronics 3 10-605-134 Digital Electronics 1-Electronics/EET 10-605-139 Intro to Microcontrollers 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 10-663-126 Home Wiring & Termination Practices 10-605-103 Circuit Analysis 1 10-605-108 Circuit Analysis 2 10-605-121 Solid State 2-Electronics/EET 10-605-125 Solid State 3 10-605-154 Embedded C Programming 10-605-156 CAD for Electronics 10-605-163 Electronic Construction Techniques 10-660-120 Solid State 1 10-660-126 Electronic Power Devices 10-605-147 Op-Amp Applications 10-605-157 Microcontroller Interfacing 1 10-605-158 Microcontroller Interfacing 2 10-605-170 Digital Communications 10-605-182 Wireless Communications 10-660-127 Intro to Operational Amplifiers 10-663-127 Telephone & Data Networking 2

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10-605-183 Wireless Communications 2 10-660-150 Networking-Ethernet 10-663-121 Communication Signals 2 10-663-124 Fiber-Optic Theory & Installations 10-663-125 Telecommunication Systems 10-663-150 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) 10-663-183 Voice, Data, & RF Signal Analysis 2 General Studies (24 Credits) 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-806-143 College Physics 1 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations

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Energy & Environmental Engineering Technology

10-481-4 Associate Degree • 65 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/energy_evironmentalengineering This program will prepare you for the changing business climate in which energy and the environment are key concerns. You will learn to apply engineering principles in the protection of human health and the environment, while minimizing costs and risks. Sustainability is emerging as a key business requirement as customers, employees, and the public are putting increasing pressure on every organization to reduce their impact on the planet. This degree addresses energy efficiency, energy alternatives, energy conservation, energy cost, environmental management systems, and the impact of energy usage on the environment.

Technical Studies (39 Credits) 10-481-104 Fundamentals of Energy 10-623-106 Interpretation of Engineering Drawings 10-623-148 Manufacturing Processes 10-449-122 Introduction to the ISO 14000 Series 10-490-103 Sustainability as a Business Strategy 10-481-106 Energy Production & Use 10-806-114 General Biology 10-623-109 Introduction to Project Management 10-623-170 Intro to Lean Manufacturing 10-449-118 OSHA Environmental Technology 10-481-102 Carbon Footprint Reduction Management 10-481-108 Economics & Procurement of Energy 10-449-120 Safety & Environmental Health 10-481-107 Energy & Environmental Conservation 10-623-172 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 10-699-142 E-portfolio Development General Studies (23 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-480-101 Renewable Energies, Overview 10-623-102 Engineering Internship - 2 Cr

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10-620-190 Advanced AC/DC Variable Speed Drives 10-620-191 Advanced Systems Control General Studies (24 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-809-195 Economics Electives (4 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-620-169 Electronic Shop Practices 10-620-193 Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers 2 10-620-195 Industrial Operations 1 10-620-196 Industrial Operations 2 10-620-197 Robotics 1 10-620-198 Robotics 2 10-628-125 CAD for Technicians

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Engineering Electronics Design & Manufacturing

Engineering Technology, Applied 10-605-2

Associate Degree • 67 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/electronics Electronic engineering technicians help design, develop, test, and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers. Diverse areas of employment include product development, testing, service, maintenance, and engineering support. Career opportunities include electronics technician, electrical engineering technician, industrial technician, design engineer, electrical designer, systems technician, network technician, programmer and CAD/CAM technician.

Technical Studies (39 Credits) Credits 10-605-106 Solder Rework & Repair-IPC Prep 1 10-605-112 DC Circuits 3 - Electronics/EET 1 10-605-129 PC Hardware/Operating Systems 1 10-605-131 Digital Electronics 2 - Electronics/EET 1 10-605-132 Digital Electronics 3 1 10-605-134 Digital Electronics 1-Electronics/EET 1 10-605-139 Intro to Microcontrollers 2 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 1 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 1 10-605-120 Circuit Simulation/Analysis 1 10-605-121 Solid State 2-Electronics/EET 1 10-605-122 PCB Assembly Systems 1 10-605-125 Solid State 3 1 10-605-154 Embedded C Programming 2 10-605-156 CAD for Electronics 1 10-609-170 Ladder Logic and Control Devices 1 10-609-171 Electrical Motors 1 10-660-115 AC Circuits 2 1 10-660-120 Solid State 1 1 10-660-126 Electronic Power Devices 1 10-660-181 Technical Software Essentials 1 10-605-142 LabVIEW and Data Acquisition (DAQ) 1 10-605-147 Op-Amp Applications 1 10-605-157 Microcontroller Interfacing 1 2 10-605-158 Microcontroller Interfacing 2 2 10-605-159 PCB Design 1 10-609-172 DC/AC Variable Speed Drives 1 10-660-127 Intro to Operational Amplifiers 1 10-605-124 Manufacturing Mechatronics 1 10-605-155 Product Testing/Systems 1 10-605-162 Electronics Final Project 2 10-609-173 Programmable Logic Controllers 1 1 10-660-150 Networking-Ethernet 1 General Studies (24 Credits) 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 5 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 4 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-806-143 College Physics 1 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 10-809-195 Economics 3 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 3 Electives (4 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-605-151 Automated Testing - GPIB & LabVIEW 1 10-605-174 Programmable Logic Controllers & Drive Applications 1 10-605-183 Wireless Communications 2 1

10-623-7 Associate Degree • 66 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/appliedengineering This program prepares you to enter today's fast-paced and evolving work environment as a technician. Gain core background knowledge in general manufacturing areas. Growing demand has created a need for specialty areas that focus on the rapid changes in technology and work processes. You will choose one track as the focus of your specialty area.

Technical Studies (19 Credits) Credits 10-623-100 Fundamentals of SPC 2 10-623-148 Manufacturing Processes 3 10-623-170 Intro to Lean Manufacturing 2 10-623-174 Industrial Problem Solving 2 10-623-150 Quality Concepts 3 10-106-137 Project Management for the Office 1 10-623-109 Introduction to Project Management 1 10-623-177 Industrial Standards & Regulations 1 10-623-106 Interpretation of Engineering Drawings 2 10-623-172 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 2 General Studies (21 Credits) 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 3 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 3 10-809-195 Economics 3 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 3 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-623-185 Independent Project Application 1 10-103-104 MS PowerPoint 2007 Introduction 1 10-449-118 OSHA Environmental Technology 2 10-623-130 Product Lifecycle Mgmt (PLM) Concepts & Apps 3 10-449-178 Safety Internship - 1 Cr 1 10-449-179 Safety Internship - 2 Cr 2

Select one specialty: Industrial Engineering/Manufacturing Engineering Technician (23 Credits) This specialty provides an understanding of the issues facing production engineering as an industrial technician with analytical methods used to evaluate, problem solve and improve processes. Gain an understanding of how different organizations work and function. 10-606-114 10-606-127 10-623-107 10-623-111 10-623-112 10-623-116 10-623-149 10-804-114 10-623-186 10-806-143 10-699-142

AutoCAD, Introduction to Intermediate AutoCAD IE/ME-Work Measurement IE/ME-Ergonomics & Workplace Safety IE/ME-Facility Planning & Material Handling IE/ME-Fundamentals & Interactions IE/ME-Fundamentals of Mfg Engineering College Technical Math 1B IE/ME-Intro to Engineering Economy College Physics 1 E-portfolio Development

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This specialty provides an understanding of the issues facing process engineering as a quality technician with analytical methods used to evaluate, problem solve and improve processes. Learn how to measure process results and set goals, involve employees in the DMAIC process, and use data and statistics to drive data-based improvements. 10-103-104 10-606-114 10-606-127 10-623-194 10-623-195 10-623-196 10-623-197 10-623-198 10-804-114 10-806-143

MS PowerPoint 2007 Introduction AutoCAD, Introduction to Intermediate AutoCAD Introduction to Six Sigma Lean Tools Statistics for Six Sigma Advanced Statistical Tools for Six Sigma Lean Six Sigma Project Application College Technical Math 1B College Physics 1

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Quality Assurance Technician (23 Credits) This specialty provides an understanding of the issues facing process engineering as a quality technician with analytical methods used to evaluate, problem solve and improve processes. Gain understanding of how different organizations work and function. 10-606-114 AutoCAD, Introduction to 10-606-127 Intermediate AutoCAD 10-623-162 QAT-Quality Concepts & Tools 10-623-163 QAT-Metrology 10-623-164 QAT-Calibration 10-623-165 QAT-Inspection & Testing 10-623-166 QAT-Quality Audits 10-623-167 QAT-Preventive & Corrective Action 10-623-168 QAT-Statistical Techniques 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B 10-806-143 College Physics 1 10-699-142 E-portfolio Development

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Engineering Technology, Electrical

10-662-1 Associate Degree • 70-72 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/electricalengineering You may enjoy this program if you like solving technical problems in electronic, electrical, or computer-based control of devices or systems, or if you like to use math, science, computers, or scientific equipment to help solve technical problems. Classes include hands-on construction and investigation of electrical and electronic circuits and systems, as well as application of computer-based analysis and design tools. This program offers a variety of career paths that include product development, manufacturing, testing, quality control, installation, sales, distribution, field service, maintenance and research.

Technical Studies (42 Credits) 10-605-112 DC Circuits 3 - Electronics/EET 10-605-129 PC Hardware/Operating Systems 10-605-131 Digital Electronics 2 - Electronics/EET 10-605-132 Digital Electronics 3 10-605-134 Digital Electronics 1-Electronics/EET 10-605-139 Intro to Microcontrollers 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1

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10-605-103 Circuit Analysis 1 10-605-108 Circuit Analysis 2 10-605-121 Solid State 2-Electronics/EET 10-605-125 Solid State 3 10-605-154 Embedded C Programming 10-605-156 CAD for Electronics 10-605-163 Electronic Construction Techniques 10-660-120 Solid State 1 10-660-126 Electronic Power Devices 10-605-142 LabVIEW and Data Acquisition (DAQ) 10-605-147 Op-Amp Applications 10-605-157 Microcontroller Interfacing 1 10-605-158 Microcontroller Interfacing 2 10-605-170 Digital Communications 10-605-182 Wireless Communications 10-660-127 Intro to Operational Amplifiers 10-660-150 Networking-Ethernet 10-662-112 Advanced Circuit Analysis 1 10-605-143 Embedded Controllers & SCADA 10-609-170 Ladder Logic and Control Devices 10-609-173 Programmable Logic Controllers 1 10-662-124 Advanced Circuit Analysis 2 General Studies (24 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 10-806-143 College Physics 1 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (4 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-605-127 Power Control Devices 10-605-128 Power Control Applications 10-605-142 LabVIEW and Data Acquisition (DAQ) 10-605-151 Automated Testing - GPIB & LabVIEW 10-609-171 Electrical Motors 10-609-172 DC/AC Variable Speed Drives

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Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies

Lean/Six Sigma Practitioner (23 Credits)

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Or select one specialty: Engineering Technology, Biomedical (70 Credits) In this specialty, you will study the application of engineering technology techniques with an emphasis on biomedical related topics. Biomedical engineering technologists install, test, calibrate and repair medical instrumentation. You may also train medical staff on the proper utilization of equipment. Technical Studies (41 Credits) 10-605-112 DC Circuits 3 - Electronics/EET 10-605-131 Digital Electronics 2 - Electronics/EET 10-605-132 Digital Electronics 3 10-605-134 Digital Electronics 1-Electronics/EET 10-605-139 Intro to Microcontrollers 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 10-605-100 Applied Human Biology for BMET 10-605-103 Circuit Analysis 1

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10-605-108 Circuit Analysis 2 10-605-121 Solid State 2-Electronics/EET 10-605-125 Solid State 3 10-605-154 Embedded C Programming 10-660-120 Solid State 1 10-660-126 Electronic Power Devices 10-605-107 Introduction to Medical Electronics 10-605-147 Op-Amp Applications 10-605-157 Microcontroller Interfacing 1 10-605-158 Microcontroller Interfacing 2 10-605-170 Digital Communications 10-660-127 Intro to Operational Amplifiers 10-662-112 Advanced Circuit Analysis 1 10-605-105 Introduction to Radiography Equipment 10-662-124 Advanced Circuit Analysis 2 General Studies (25 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 10-806-114 General Biology 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (4 Credits)

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Engineering Technology, Electrical - Transfer to MSOE (72 Credits) In this specialty, you will study the application of engineering technology techniques with an emphasis on advanced circuit analysis in preparation to transfer with junior standing into the Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering Technology (BSEET) program at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Technical Studies (36 Credits) 10-605-112 DC Circuits 3 - Electronics/EET 10-605-131 Digital Electronics 2 - Electronics/EET 10-605-132 Digital Electronics 3 10-605-134 Digital Electronics 1-Electronics/EET 10-605-139 Intro to Microcontrollers 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 10-605-103 Circuit Analysis 1 10-605-108 Circuit Analysis 2 10-605-121 Solid State 2-Electronics/EET 10-605-125 Solid State 3 10-605-154 Embedded C Programming 10-660-120 Solid State 1 10-660-126 Electronic Power Devices 10-605-147 Op-Amp Applications 10-605-157 Microcontroller Interfacing 1 10-605-170 Digital Communications 10-605-182 Wireless Communications 10-660-127 Intro to Operational Amplifiers 10-662-112 Advanced Circuit Analysis 1 10-609-170 Ladder Logic and Control Devices 10-609-171 Electrical Motors 10-609-172 DC/AC Variable Speed Drives 10-609-173 Programmable Logic Controllers 1 10-662-124 Advanced Circuit Analysis 2

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General Studies (35 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-804-198 Calculus 1 10-806-143 College Physics 1 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-804-181 Calculus 2 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (1 Credit)

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Mechanical CAD Drafting NEW

31-606-3 Technical Diploma • 31 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/mechanicalCADdrafting Develop the broad technical skills needed for entry-level work in an engineering department. You will learn to interpret and prepare mechanical drawings of products and machine components, and will investigate strength requirements, material choice, product improvement and cost savings. You will use your creativity to solve problems and create new products.

Occupational Specific (23 Credits) 10-420-145 Manufacturing Processes, Cold-Machining 10-606-113 Technical Drafting 1 10-606-127 Intermediate AutoCAD 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-457-103 Manufacturing Processes, Hot-Welding 10-606-102 CATIA V5 – Basic 10-606-117 Technical Drafting 2 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 Occupational Supportive (8 Credits) 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-801-195 Written Communication

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10-606-1 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/mechanicaldesign As a mechanical designer, you may be employed in a manufacturing plant to help plan, design, document, test and inspect machines and equipment or to work with the engineer in eliminating product problems. You may also find employment as a detailer or layout drafter. Employment is also possible in a tool design department, originating and preparing drawings of designs for jigs, fixtures, dies and other attachments used in machine operation, or you may work with engineers to create new consumer products.

"I wanted smaller classes, better teachers, and hands-on learning – all of which I get at FVTC at a much lower cost."

Technical Studies (41 Credits) 10-420-145 Manufacturing Processes, Cold-Machining 10-606-113 Technical Drafting 1 10-606-127 Intermediate AutoCAD 10-457-103 Manufacturing Processes, Hot-Welding 10-606-102 CATIA V5 - Basic 10-606-117 Technical Drafting 2 10-420-111 Metallurgy 10-606-109 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 10-606-115 Design of Tooling 10-606-119 Statics and Strength of Materials 10-606-123 Kinematics 10-606-111 Design Problems 10-606-121 Elements of Machine Design 10-806-144 College Physics 2 General Studies (24 Credits) 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (4 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-419-101 Fluid Power - Mechanical Design 10-606-107 CATIA V5 - Advanced 10-606-124 Intro to Product Design & Rapid Prototyping 10-606-125 3D Modeling and Materials 10-606-128 Advanced AutoCAD 10-606-190 Mechanical Design Occupational Experience

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Engineering & Electronic Related Technologies

Mechanical Design Technology

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Safety Engineering Technology

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Associate Degree • 67 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/safetyengineering This program will provide you with a broad background in environmental health & safety. It will develop your knowledge of the relationship between safety and engineering in the manufacturing and service industries. Safety and environmental regulations continue to expand along with the need for employees who understand these regulations. As a graduate, you will be prepared to work as a safety or environmental technician, or a safety coordinator or manager.

Technical Studies (43 Credits) 10-449-101 Safety Management 10-623-106 Interpretation of Engineering Drawings 10-623-148 Manufacturing Processes 10-449-102 Regulatory Compliance 10-449-116 CAD Safety Applications 10-449-131 OSHA & Ethylene Oxide 10-490-103 Sustainability as a Business Strategy 10-449-104 Industrial Hygiene, Introduction to 10-623-109 Introduction to Project Management 10-449-103 Accident Investigation 10-449-115 Business Continuity Planning 10-449-118 OSHA Environmental Technology 10-449-119 Ergonomics 10-449-105 Audits and Inspections 10-449-120 Safety & Environmental Health 10-449-121 DOT Engineering 10-449-122 Introduction to the ISO 14000 Series 10-449-132 Lean Safety 10-623-195 Lean Tools General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-806-134 General Chemistry 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-449-131 OSHA & Ethylene Oxide

Wind Energy Technology

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10-482-1 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible A Lakeshore Technical College Program Offered at FVTC Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/windenergytechnology Learn to install, test, service and repair wind turbine components; troubleshoot and maintain control and PLC systems; troubleshoot and maintain SCADA systems; identify safety practices for climbing; and practice safe wind turbine tower climbing skills. Employers seek skilled technicians for operation and maintenance activities in local wind farm settings. There is also intense demand for upper-level technicians within U.S. and international wind turbine manufacturers. These include installation technician, quality control technician, and warranty and commissioning technicians. Operation and maintenance positions are available at specific wind farm locations; other technicians travel extensively with the development of new wind farms and repair/retrofit wind farms around the world.

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Technical Studies (48 Credits) 10-481-104 Fundamentals of Energy 10-482-101 Intro to Wind Systems 10-620-103 DC Circuits 3 - Aircraft/Electromechanical 10-620-154 Hydraulics 1 10-620-155 Hydraulics 2 10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 10-449-113 Wind Technician Health and Safety 10-482-120 Wind Technician 1 Lab 10-609-173 Programmable Logic Controllers 1 10-620-156 Hydraulics 3 10-620-182 Programmable Logic Controllers 2 10-620-187 Sensors 10-620-191 Advanced Systems Control 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 10-660-115 AC Circuits 2 10-482-122 Wind Technician 2 10-482-124 Wind Technician 3 10-609-170 Ladder Logic and Control Devices 10-620-160 Mechanical Linkages 1 10-620-161 Mechanical Linkages 2 10-620-171 Electrical Motors-DC 10-620-172 Electrical Motors-AC 10-620-173 Servomechanisms 1 10-620-174 Servomechanisms 2 10-620-177 Mechanical Drives 1 10-620-178 Mechanical Drives 2 10-620-189 Electromechanical Systems 1 10-620-192 Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers 1 10-660-181 Technical Software Essentials 10-482-126 Wind Technician 4 10-482-128 Wind Technician 5 10-482-130 Wind Site Assessment 10-482-132 Wind (Small) Turbine Maintenance 10-609-101 Electrical Safety, Industry 10-609-172 DC/AC Variable Speed Drives 10-620-183 Process Variables and Measurements 1 10-620-184 Process Variables and Measurements 2 10-620-185 Instrumentation and Process Control 1 10-620-186 Instrumentation and Process Control 2 10-620-188 System Troubleshooting General Studies (21 Credits) 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B 10-806-154 General Physics 1 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-195 Economics

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Health Science

Dental Hygienist

31-508-1 Technical Diploma • 33 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/dentalassist As a dental assistant, you are an integral member of the dental health team. You perform chairside assisting and laboratory procedures under the direction and supervision of the dentist. You will gain knowledge of disinfecting and sterilization, dental procedures, dental equipment, radiographs, recording medical or dental histories and vital signs, the management of medical and dental emergencies, office procedures and laboratory procedures. You may seek employment as a dental chair-side assistant, dental office manager or receptionist, laboratory assistant or technician, dental treatment coordinator, dental assistant, dental sales representative or dental insurance claims representative.

Occupational Specific (30 Credits) 10-508-101 Dental Health Safety 10-508-103 Dental Radiography 10-508-113 Dental Materials 31-508-302 Dental Chairside 31-508-304 Dental & General Anatomy 31-508-306 Dental Assistant Clinical 31-508-307 Dental Assistant Professional 10-508-120 Dental Office Management 31-508-308 Dental Chairside Advanced 31-508-309 Dental Laboratory Procedures 31-508-310 Dental Radiography - Advanced 31-508-311 Dental Assistant Clinical-Adv Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm

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Technical Studies (41 Credits) 10-508-102 Oral Anatomy, Embry, Histology 10-508-101 Dental Health Safety 10-508-110 Nutrition and Dental Health 10-508-103 Dental Radiography 10-508-105 Dental Hygiene Process 1 10-508-113 Dental Materials 10-508-114 Dental Pharmacology 10-508-106 Dental Hygiene Process 2 10-508-108 Periodontology 10-508-109 Cariology 10-508-111 General & Oral Pathology 10-508-112 Dental Hygiene Process 3 10-508-115 Community Dental Health 10-508-116 Dental Pain Management 10-508-107 Dental Hygiene Ethics & Profes 10-508-117 Dental Hygiene Process 4 General Studies (27 Credits) 10-806-177 Gen Anatomy & Physiology 10-806-186 Intro to Biochemistry 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-806-197 Microbiology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-809-188 Developmental Psychology 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology Electives (2 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-141-110 Spanish 1 Health Care 10-508-119 Dental Hygiene National Board Review 10-508-120 Dental Office Management 10-508-130 Dental Hygiene, Transition into Practice 10-508-149 Success Strategies for Dental Hygienists 10-508-150 Dental Hygiene Independent Study 10-699-102DE Intercultural Communication 10-806-103 Independent Study - Science Department

Health Science

Dental Assistant

10-508-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/dentalhygienist As a dental hygienist, you are a member of the dental team and help individuals maintain oral health and prevent oral diseases. Under the supervision of a dentist, you inspect the mouth, remove stains and deposits from teeth, apply preventative agents, prepare clinical and diagnostic tests, complete dental x-rays, and perform many other services related to oral care. You counsel patients about preventative measures such as nutrition, oral hygiene and dental care. You might work in private dental offices, group practices, public health or dental sales. Credits 4 1 2 2 4 2 2 4 3 1 3 5 2 1 1 4

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Health Information Technology

Health Science

10-530-1 Associate Degree • 67 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/healthIT Health information technology is a rapidly growing field and requires minimal interaction with patients. You will learn to work with application systems and manage electronic health information and databases. Health information professionals gather, code, manage and maintain patient health information. As a graduate, you may find employment as a medical coder, registered health information technician, health data analyst, insurance claims analyst, records technician specialist, clinical coding specialist, physician practice manager or patient information coordinator. Work settings include hospitals, physician practices, nursing homes, home health agencies, ambulatory care centers and specialty clinics.

Medical Assistant

Technical Studies (46 Credits) 10-106-121 Office Software Applications 10-501-101 Medical Terminology 10-530-176 Health Data Management 10-530-181 Introduction to the Health Record 10-530-182 Human Disease for the Health Professions 10-106-128 Advanced Office Software Applications 10-530-178 Healthcare Law & Ethics 10-530-197 ICD Diagnosis Coding 10-530-199 ICD Procedure Coding 10-530-160 Healthcare Informatics 10-530-177 Healthcare Statistics & Research 10-530-184 CPT Coding 10-530-195 Applied Coding 10-530-196 Professional Practice 1 10-530-161 Health Quality Management 10-530-185 Healthcare Reimbursement 10-530-194 HIM Organizational Resources 10-530-198 Professional Practice 2 General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-806-189 Basic Anatomy 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-809-195 Economics

Occupational Specific (25 Credits) 10-501-182 Human Diseases for Health Care Professions 31-509-301 Medical Asst Admin Procedures 31-509-303 Medical Asst Lab Procedures 1 31-509-304 Medical Asst Clin Procedures 1 10-501-109 Medical Law, Ethics & Profess 10-501-108 Pharmacology for Allied Health 31-509-305 Med Asst Lab Procedures 2 31-509-306 Med Asst Clin Procedures 2 31-509-307 Med Office Insurance & Finance 31-509-310 Medical Assistant Practicum Occupational Supportive (8 Credits) 10-103-120 MS Office Suite, Introduction 10-501-101 Medical Terminology 10-801-195 Written Communication

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31-509-1 Technical Diploma • 33 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Chilton, Oshkosh & Waupaca • www.fvtc.edu/medicalassist Prepare to assist physicians and nurse practitioners in their offices or other medical settings. You may perform a wide range of duties including taking vital signs, assisting the physician with examinations and surgery, and administering procedures and medications. Your business/administrative duties may include patient reception, appointment making, recordkeeping, filing, bookkeeping, insurance handling and computer applications. Laboratory functions include specimen collection, basic laboratory tests and microscopic work. Upon graduation, you may find a job as a medical assistant, secretary, medical laboratory assistant, phlebotomist, receptionist, medical insurance clerk or electrocardiogram technician. Credits 3 2 2 4 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 3

Medical Coding Specialist

31-530-2 Technical Diploma • 27 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/medicalcodingspecialist Medical coding is the transformation of verbal descriptions of disease, injury and procedures into numerical designations. As a medical coding specialist, you analyze medical records and assigns codes to diagnoses and procedures. You will become familiar with the anatomy and physiology of the human body and disease processes. Upon graduation, you may be employed in a health clinic, nursing home, community nursing service, home health agency, health care insurance company, hospital, or governmental agency associated with health care reimbursement.

Occupational Specific (18 Credits) 10-530-176 Health Data Management 10-530-181 Introduction to the Health Record 10-530-182 Human Disease for the Health Professions 10-530-184 CPT Coding 10-530-185 Healthcare Reimbursement 10-530-195 Applied Coding 10-530-197 ICD Diagnosis Coding 10-530-199 ICD Procedure Coding Occupational Supportive (9 Credits) 10-106-121 Office Software Applications 10-501-101 Medical Terminology 10-806-189 Basic Anatomy

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Nursing - Associate Degree

Technical Studies (38 Credits) 10-543-101 Nursing Fundamentals 10-543-102 Nursing Skills 10-543-103 Nursing Pharmacology 10-543-104 Nsg: Intro Clinical Practice 10-543-105 Nursing Health Alterations 10-543-106 Nursing Health Promotion 10-543-107 Nsg: Clin Care Across Lifespan 10-543-108 Nsg: Intro Clinical Care Mgt 10-543-109 Nsg: Complex Health Alterat 1 10-543-110 Nsg: Mental Health Comm Con 10-543-111 Nsg: Intermed Clin Practice 10-543-112 Nursing Advanced Skills 10-543-113 Nsg: Complex Health Alterat 2 10-543-114 Nsg: Mgt & Profess Concepts 10-543-115 Nsg: Adv Clinical Practice 10-543-116 Nursing Clinical Transition General Studies (27 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-806-177 Gen Anatomy & Physiology 10-809-188 Developmental Psychology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-806-179 Adv Anatomy & Physiology 10-806-197 Microbiology 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology Electives (5 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-501-101 Medical Terminology 10-501-106 Holistic Health for Health Care Providers 10-501-109 Medical Law, Ethics & Profess 10-501-150 Healing the Dying 10-501-151 People Skills for Health Professionals 10-513-100 Phlebotomy Essentials 10-513-101 Phlebotomy Clinical 10-531-168 Basic Electrocardiogram Interpretation 10-543-117 Nursing - Independent Study

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Nursing Assistant

31-543-1 Technical Diploma • 3 Credits • Not Financial Aid Eligible Appleton, Chilton, Clintonville, Oshkosh & Waupaca • www.fvtc.edu/nursingassist As a nursing assistant, you are an essential member of a healthcare team that cares for the personal needs and comfort of people with health problems and assists a doctor and nursing staff in carrying out health care treatments. Under the supervision of a licensed nurse, you may bathe, dress, feed, mobilize and transport people; obtain temperature, pulse and blood pressure measurements; and report observations and reactions. Your other duties may include preparation of equipment, care of the patient's room and record keeping. Upon program completion, you may work as a nursing assistant or home health aide in a hospital, nursing home, home care or other health care agencies.

Occupational Specific (3 Credits) 30-543-300 Nursing Assistant

Health Science

10-543-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/RN As a registered nurse, you provide direct care to people of all age groups who have common physical and mental health problems. Nursing involves a broad range of functions from the very simple to the highly complex. The program includes the study of the biophysical and psychosocial sciences as well as nursing applications. Career opportunities include staff nurse positions in hospitals, nursing homes and other health agencies.

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Nursing, Practical

31-543-1 Technical Diploma • 29 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/practicalnursing This program includes classroom instruction, laboratory practice and clinical nursing experience in medical, surgical, geriatric and community agencies. Guided learning experiences with patients and with other health team members are essential. You participate with instructors in selected learning experiences and evaluate your learning.

Occupational Specific (19 Credits) Credits 31-543-301 Nursing Fundamentals 2 31-543-302 Nursing Skills 3 31-543-303 Nursing Pharmacology 2 31-543-304 Nursing: Introduction to Clinical Practice 2 31-543-305 Nursing Health Alterations 3 31-543-306 Nursing Health Promotion 3 31-543-307 Nursing: Clinical Care Across the Lifespan 2 31-543-308 Nursing: Introduction to Clinical Care Management 2 Occupational Supportive (10 Credits) 10-809-188 Developmental Psychology 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 31-801-318 Communication, Applied 2 OR 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-501-153 Body Structure and Function 2 OR 10-806-177 Gen Anatomy & Physiology 4

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Occupational Therapy Assistant

Health Science

10-514-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/ota As a certified occupational therapy assistant, you work with clients of all ages who have developmental, physical, social or emotional problems which prevent independent functioning in the tasks of daily living. Working under the supervision or guidance of a registered occupational therapist, you may implement restorative, preventive and maintenance programs. You engage clients in meaningful occupations in areas of self-care, work, play, education and leisure.

Technical Studies (48 Credits) 10-501-101 Medical Terminology 10-514-171 Introduction to Occupational Therapy 10-514-172 Medical and Psychosocial Conditions 10-514-173 Activity Analysis and Applications 10-514-175 Psychosocial Practice 10-514-174 OT Performance Skills 10-514-178 Geriatric Practice 10-514-179 Community Practice 10-514-184 OTA Fieldwork I 10-514-176 OT Theory and Practice 10-514-177 Assistive Technology and Adaptations 10-514-182 Physical Rehabilitation Practice 10-514-183 Pediatric Practice 10-514-185 OTA Practice and Management 10-514-186 OTA Fieldwork II A 10-514-187 OTA Fieldwork II B General Studies (22 Credits) 10-806-177 Gen Anatomy & Physiology 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-188 Developmental Psychology 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm

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Pharmacy Technician

31-536-1 Technical Diploma • 36 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible A Lakeshore Technical College Program Offered at FVTC Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/pharmacy This program prepares you to provide assistance to the pharmacist in a variety of technical tasks involving the packaging, distribution, compounding, labeling and recording of drugs. You may find pharmacy technician positions in community pharmacies, nursing home pharmacies, home IVs and hospital pharmacies.

Occupational Specific (30 Credits) 10-501-101 Medical Terminology 10-536-110 Pharmaceutical Calculations 10-536-112 Pharmacy Business Applications 10-536-120 Fundamentals of Reading Prescriptions 10-536-134 Pharmacy Benefits - Managing 10-536-138 Pharmacy Community Clinical 10-536-115 Pharmacy Law 10-536-122 Pharmacology 10-536-124 Pharmacy Drug Distribution Systems 10-536-126 Pharmacy Parenteral Admixtures Choice A: 10-536-140 Pharmacy Hospital Clinical 10-536-141 Hospital Clinical Lab Choice B: 10-536-142 Pharmacy Community Clinical - Advanced And an approved business course such as: 10-104-102 Principles of Marketing 10-104-103 Selling Principles 10-182-108 Purchasing 10-104-151 Principles of Marketing 1 10-104-166 Sales Principles Occupational Supportive (6 Credits) 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology

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Human Services

Early Childhood Education

10-550-1 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/AODAprogram As an AODA associate/counselor, you work with a team of health and social service professionals to provide substance abuse treatment services. These services include assessment, treatment, education, referral, prevention and rehabilitation for individuals and families affected by alcohol and other drug abuse. You may be employed by licensed AODA treatment agencies such as clinics, hospitals and community residential facilities. Other employment opportunities are available in correctional facilities, employee and student assistance programs, and various community and social service agencies.

Technical Studies (44 Credits) 10-106-133 The Practical Internet 10-106-183 Practical Office Software 10-520-105 Personal/Professional Development 10-550-100 Substance Abuse Services, Overview of 10-550-106 Understanding Addiction 10-550-109 Clients' Rights and Clinical Ethics 10-550-118 Psychopharmacology 10-550-125 Counseling Skills and Practices, Basic 10-550-120 Assessment and Diagnosis of Substance Abuse 10-550-126 Counseling Theory 1 10-550-141 Group Facilitation 10-550-150 Family Systems and AODA 10-550-137 Pre-Internship Seminar 10-550-130 Counseling Theory 2 10-550-132 Counseling Skills Lab 10-550-136 AODA Case and Records Management 10-550-160 AODA Internship 10-550-161 AODA Internship Seminar 10-550-134 Mental Disorders, Overview of 10-550-138 Cross-Cultural Counseling 10-550-139 AODA Advanced Internship General Studies (22 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-806-105 Principles of Animal Biology 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-159 Abnormal Psychology 10-809-188 Developmental Psychology 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-520-100 Human Assertiveness 10-520-103 Stress Management 10-520-110 AODA Sexual and Physical Abuse Issues 10-520-111 AODA Relapse Prevention 10-550-101 Alcohol and Drugs, Risk Reduction 10-550-149 AODA Independent Study

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Technical Studies (45 Credits) 10-307-148 ECE: Foundations of ECE 10-307-151 ECE: Infant & Toddler Dev 10-307-167 ECE: Hlth Safety & Nutrition 10-307-174 ECE: Practicum 1 10-307-178 ECE: Art Music & Lang Arts 10-307-179 ECE: Child Development 10-307-188 ECE: Guiding Child Behavior 10-307-192 ECE: Practicum 2 10-307-194 ECE: Math Science & Soc St 10-307-166 ECE: Curriculum Planning 10-307-187 ECE: Children w Diff Abilities 10-307-195 ECE: Family & Community Rel 10-307-197 ECE: Practicum 3 10-307-198 ECE: Admin an ECE Program 10-307-199 ECE: Practicum 4 General Studies (22 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-198 Speech 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-806-114 General Biology 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-307-111 Movement and Music for Children 10-307-113 WI Model Early Learning Standards 10-307-141 School Age Child Care 10-307-157 Child Care Independent Study 1 10-307-196 ECE: Transition to the University Experience 10-307-117 ECE: Credit for Prior Learning

Human Services

AODA - Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Associate

10-307-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Also Offered in Accelerated Format Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/earlychild This program will prepare you for professional roles in a diverse early childhood education field. You will have supervised experience with children throughout the program. You will acquire skills in curriculum development, child guidance, observation and assessment, as well as health, safety and nutrition practices. Your career options may include assistant teacher, lead teacher, preschool teacher, center director or program coordinator in a variety of settings such as child care centers, Head Start, preschool programs and family child care programs. Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 1 3 1 3 3

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Information Technology Information Technology

IT - Computer Support Specialist

10-154-3 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/ITcomputersupport As a computer support specialist, you work with freestanding and networked desktop computers. Your job is to deliver the productivity and efficiency promised by computer hardware and software manufacturers. You will learn how to analyze information needs, identify alternative hardware and software solutions, plan and develop application systems, implement the systems, and train others to use the solutions effectively. In a small firm, you may be the sole support person for a computer system. A larger organization may employ you to train and consult with other IT areas.

Technical Studies (45 Credits) 10-107-154 IT Business Apps and Integration 10-107-184 IT Concepts 10-107-187 IT Career Exploration 10-150-147 Linux, Introduction to 10-154-106 Desktop Repair and Maintenance 10-154-107 Desktop Security and Configuration 10-150-115 Network Cabling 10-150-149 Windows PowerShell Scripting 10-152-120 Web Development Using HTML 10-154-102 IT Customer Service Skills 10-154-105 Desktop Service and Support 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-107-186 IT Career Skills 10-150-116 Network Hardware Technologies 10-150-161 Information Assurance 10-154-101 Supporting Emerging PC Technologies 10-150-127 IT Project Management 10-150-156 Windows Server 10-154-103 Help Desk Concepts General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps

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10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-107-113 Information Technology Internship 1 10-107-114 Information Technology Internship 2 10-150-144 Ethical Hacking and Network Defense 10-152-104 Web Design Basics Using Dreamweaver 10-809-110 Leadership as an Art

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IT - Help Desk Support Specialist

31-154-7 Technical Diploma • 33 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/IThelpdesksupport As a help desk support specialist, you will provide technical hardware and software support. You will learn how to install, support and troubleshoot personal computer hardware, software and peripherals. In a small firm, you may be the sole user and operator of a computer system. In a larger organization, you may train and support other computer users. Credits may apply to related FVTC associate degree programs.

Occupational Specific (30 Credits) 10-107-154 IT Business Apps and Integration 10-107-184 IT Concepts 10-107-187 IT Career Exploration 10-150-115 Network Cabling 10-150-161 Information Assurance 10-154-102 IT Customer Service Skills 10-154-107 Desktop Security and Configuration 10-107-186 IT Career Skills 10-150-156 Windows Server 10-154-101 Supporting Emerging PC Technologies 10-154-103 Help Desk Concepts 10-154-105 Desktop Service and Support 10-154-106 Desktop Repair and Maintenance Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication

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IT - Network Specialist

IT - Network Systems Administration

Technical Studies (45 Credits) 10-107-154 IT Business Apps and Integration 10-107-184 IT Concepts 10-107-187 IT Career Exploration 10-150-147 Linux, Introduction to 10-154-106 Desktop Repair and Maintenance 10-154-107 Desktop Security and Configuration 10-150-115 Network Cabling 10-150-116 Network Hardware Technologies 10-150-149 Windows PowerShell Scripting 10-150-156 Windows Server 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-107-186 IT Career Skills 10-150-122 Advanced Network Hardware Technologies 10-150-127 IT Project Management 10-150-146 Wireless Networking 10-150-161 Information Assurance 10-150-144 Ethical Hacking and Network Defense 10-150-145 IP (Internet Protocol) Telephony 10-150-160 Network Security General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-107-113 Information Technology Internship 1 10-107-114 Information Technology Internship 2 10-150-105 Virtualization Technologies 10-150-107 System Administration 10-150-148 Linux Administration 10-150-150 E-mail Administration

Technical Studies (46 Credits) 10-107-154 IT Business Apps and Integration 10-107-184 IT Concepts 10-107-187 IT Career Exploration 10-150-147 Linux, Introduction to 10-154-106 Desktop Repair and Maintenance 10-154-107 Desktop Security and Configuration 10-150-116 Network Hardware Technologies 10-150-149 Windows PowerShell Scripting 10-150-156 Windows Server 10-150-161 Information Assurance 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-107-186 IT Career Skills 10-150-127 IT Project Management 10-150-144 Ethical Hacking and Network Defense 10-150-148 Linux Administration 10-150-105 Virtualization Technologies 10-150-107 System Administration 10-150-141 Operating Systems Security 10-150-150 E-mail Administration General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-107-113 Information Technology Internship 1 10-107-114 Information Technology Internship 2 10-150-115 Network Cabling 10-150-122 Advanced Network Hardware Technologies 10-150-145 IP (Internet Protocol) Telephony 10-150-146 Wireless Networking

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10-150-5 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/ITnetworksystems As a network systems administrator, you will implement, troubleshoot and maintain a variety of network operating systems. You may manage a single server or a complex variety of servers. You will learn how to administer, install and troubleshoot network hardware and/or software and integrate technologies to meet the corporate demands for information sharing. Any time there is a need to share information, there is an opportunity for a network systems administrator to implement a network solution. The need for, and implementation of, operating system security is also explored. Credits 2 2 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 2

Information Technology

10-150-2 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/ITnetwork As a network specialist, you implement, maintain and troubleshoot a variety of network equipment. You may manage a single local area network or be involved in a complex telecommunication wide area network (WAN) environment. You will learn how to administer, install and troubleshoot communication hardware or software, and integrate technologies to meet the corporate demands for information sharing. Any time there is a need to share information, there is an opportunity for a network specialist to implement a network solution. The need for, and implementation of, network security is also explored.

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IT - Software Developer

Information Technology

10-152-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/ITsoftware As a software developer, you typically develop computer applications for a business. You may be asked to analyze business problems or needs leading to designing, writing or maintaining program code. For example, an application program may tell the computer to produce a company's payroll checks, bill customers or keep track of inventory. Your duties may vary according to the type of computer platform and software environment used by the employer. You may work exclusively with PC software and hardware, or you may interface to other systems or the web.

Technical Studies (46 Credits) 10-107-137 Business Information Technology Tools 10-107-184 IT Concepts 10-107-187 IT Career Exploration 10-152-111 C# Introduction to Programming 10-152-120 Web Development Using HTML 10-107-158 Systems Analysis 10-152-116 C# Intermediate Programming 10-152-125 Web Development with ASP.Net 10-152-168 Data Access for Programmers 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-152-113 Advanced Programming 10-152-114 Computer Programming C++ 10-152-162 Database Servers 10-152-163 Database Design 10-154-107 Desktop Security and Configuration 10-152-119 IT Project Delivery 10-152-121 Web Development Using PHP 10-152-180 Introduction to Mobile Development General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-107-186 IT Career Skills 10-152-110 Java Applications Programming 10-152-112 Visual Basic Intermediate 10-152-165 Oracle Database Administration 10-152-166 Python Programming

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IT - Web Development and Design Specialist

10-152-2 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/ITweb The rapidly evolving field of web development has created a need for individuals with the technical skills to design, develop and support web sites. You will learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and XML programming languages and how to develop database-driven web sites with dynamic content created using server-side languages. You will use various software development tools such as Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator and Photoshop to develop web graphics and animations techniques. Virtually all businesses require a public web site and many develop internal intranets to support various corporate applications. Smaller businesses also require a web presence for competitive reasons and frequently look to entry-level developers to help them establish and maintain a web site.

Technical Studies (46 Credits) Credits 10-107-137 Business Information Technology Tools 2 10-107-184 IT Concepts 2 10-107-187 IT Career Exploration 1 10-150-144 Ethical Hacking and Network Defense 3 10-152-120 Web Development Using HTML 2 10-152-103 Web Site Animation Using Flash 3 10-152-117 JavaScript, Introduction to 3 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 3 10-152-106 Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 3 10-107-186 IT Career Skills 3 10-152-121 Web Development Using PHP 3 10-152-124 XML Development 3 10-152-126 Advanced Web Applications 3 Select one course from each of the four pairs: 10-152-105 Web Graphics, Introduction to 3 OR 10-152-111 C# Introduction to Programming 3 10-152-127 10-152-168

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General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-107-113 Information Technology Internship 1 10-107-114 Information Technology Internship 2 10-152-110 Java Applications Programming 10-152-116 C# Intermediate Programming 10-152-166 Python Programming

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Law Enforcement & Public Safety Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement

Technical Studies (43 Credits) 10-504-900 Introduction to Criminal Justice 10-504-902 Criminal Law 10-504-104 Business Crime Prevention 10-504-903 Professional Communications 10-504-907 Community Policing Strategies 10-504-908 Traffic Theory 10-504-100 Employment Standards 10-504-904 Juvenile Law 10-504-905 Report Writing 10-504-906 Criminal Investigation Theory 10-504-124 Interview & Interrogation 10-504-133 Forensic Science Applications 10-504-149 Law Enforcement Issues 10-504-152 Terrorism and Emergency Planning 10-504-901 Constitutional Law General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-136 English Composition 1 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-159 Abnormal Psychology 10-809-103 Think Critically & Creatively Electives (6 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-140-145 Spanish 1 Law Enforcement 10-504-130 Law Enforcement Physical Fitness 10-504-114 Tactical Operations 10-504-150 Defensive Tactics 10-504-151 Firearms 10-531-105 First Responder with Healthcare Provider CPR

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30-504-1 Technical Diploma • 16 Credits • Not Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/CJlawenforcementacademy This training is specifically designed for potential law enforcement officers seeking Wisconsin certification requirements. For the Law Enforcement Academy, you must possess an associate degree from a Wisconsin technical college or its accredited equivalent from another state, or a minimum of 60 fully accredited college-level credits. As a law enforcement officer, you will be responsible for the preservation of law and order. Your duties typically include traffic crash investigations, traffic direction and control, crime prevention, investigation of crime, vehicle patrols, and assistance to the public.

Occupational Specific (15 Credits) 30-504-330 Policing in America 30-504-331 The Legal Context 30-504-332 Tactical Skills 30-504-333 Relational Skills 30-504-334 Patrol Procedures 30-504-335 Investigations Occupational Supportive (1 Credit) 30-531-331 Law Enforcement Emergency Response

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Emergency Medical Technician

30-531-3 Technical Diploma • 5 Credits • Not Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/emtbasic Emergency medical service involves the delivery of emergency medical care to people who have taken ill or who have suffered injury. This program will train you to provide efficient and immediate emergency pre-hospital care to the ill or injured, and continue that care during transport to a medical facility. Topics include preparatory airway, C-PAP, Combitube, patient assessment, medical emergencies, nebulizer, glucagon administration, blood sugar evaluation, trauma, infants and children, operations, clinical/field experience and defibrillation. Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians-Basic written and practical examinations for Wisconsin licensure.

Occupational Specific (5 Credits) 10-531-169 Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

Law Enforcement & Public Safety

10-504-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton, Online • www.fvtc.edu/CJlawenforcement Prepare for a career in law enforcement with coursework in criminal justice, traffic theory & law, juvenile law, criminal law, constitutional law, communication skills, crime prevention, report writing, forensic applications, employment standards, policing issues, terrorism & emergency planning, policing strategies and criminal investigation. As a graduate, you will be prepared for career opportunities that include deputy sheriff, police officer, state trooper, DNR warden, correctional officer, security officer, private investigator, insurance investigator, state criminal investigator, public safety dispatcher, district attorney investigator, tribal police officer, or any position related to the field of investigations and/or policing.

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Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) – Paramedic

Law Enforcement & Public Safety 56

Fire Protection Technician 30-531-1

Technical Diploma • 38 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/emtparamedic This program will train you to respond on an advanced-level care ambulance as an integral member of the pre-hospital emergency care team. You will be able to provide efficient and immediate emergency pre-hospital care to the ill or injured, and continue that care during transport to a medical facility. Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic written and practical examinations for Wisconsin licensure. Topics you will study include patient assessment, advanced airway management, medical emergencies, nebulizer, administration of glucagon/50% dextrose, Narcan, cardiac drugs, intravenous therapy, blood sugar evaluation, cardiac rhythm interpretation, advanced care of trauma, infants and children, operations and clinical/field experience.

Occupational Specific (38 Credits) 10-531-911 EMS Fundamentals 10-531-912 Paramedic Medical Principles 10-531-913 Advanced Patient Assessment Principles 10-531-914 Advanced Pre-Hospital Pharmacology 10-531-915 Paramedic Respiratory Management 10-531-916 Paramedic Cardiology 10-531-917 Paramedic Clinical/Field 1 10-531-918 Advanced Emergency Resuscitation 10-531-919 Paramedic Medical Emergencies 10-531-920 Paramedic Trauma 10-531-921 Special Patient Populations 10-531-922 EMS Operations 10-531-923 Paramedic Capstone 10-531-924 Paramedic Clinical/Field 2

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10-503-2 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Neenah • www.fvtc.edu/fireprotection As a fire protection technician, you protect life and property through fire prevention efforts and proper firefighting principles and techniques. Upon graduation, you are well trained in the progressive, proactive philosophy of the modern fire service which emphasizes fire prevention and public education, as well as the traditional firefighting and emergency medical service components. You will have the opportunity to complete Wisconsin certification training for Firefighter I and II, Fire Inspector I and Driver/Operator-Pumper. You will receive training in hazardous materials, rope rescue, confined space rescue, and trench rescue to the Technician level, as well as EMT-Basic certification training.

Technical Studies (46 Credits) Credits 10-107-150 Microcomputer Applications 2 10-503-139 Principles of Emergency Services 3 10-503-142 Fire Fighting Principles 4 10-503-152 Hazardous Materials 4 10-531-169 Emergency Medical Technician - Basic 5 10-503-130 Fire Protection Internship 2 10-503-143 Building Construction 3 10-503-155 Fire Protection Hydraulics 4 10-503-157 Fire Investigation 3 10-503-101 Technical Rescue 4 10-503-147 Fire Protection Systems 4 10-503-151 Fire Prevention 4 10-503-156 Strategies, Tactics, and Incident Management 4 General Studies (22 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-801-198 Speech 3 10-804-107 College Mathematics 3 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 3 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 3 10-806-134 General Chemistry 4 10-809-195 Economics 3 Electives (1 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-141-105 Spanish 1 Emergency Responder & Fire Protection 3 10-503-131 Fire Protection Internship - Extended 2 10-503-132 Fire Protection Independent Study 1 1 10-503-133 Fire Protection Independent Study 2 1 10-503-134 Health and Wellness for Firefighters 1 10-503-135 Firefighter Fitness 1 10-890-100 College Success 1 1 10-890-103 Employability Strategies 1


Forensic Science

10-504-4 Associate Degree • 67 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton, Online • www.fvtc.edu/forensicscience This program will prepare you for entry-level forensic science jobs in the public and private sector. Examples include crime scene technician, crime scene specialist, identification lab technician, evidence custodian, evidence and property specialist and forensic technicians. Jobs are found in police departments and other government agencies, private investigation firms, private forensic laboratories, and investigation divisions of insurance companies and law firms. You will learn to identify, document, collect, preserve and analyze physical evidence, including biological evidence such as DNA, as well as fingerprints and footwear impressions, trace evidence, tool marks and more.

Technical Studies (38 Credits) 10-504-110 Crime Scene Mgmt/Forensic Evidence, Intro to 10-504-902 Criminal Law 10-806-120 Laboratory Methods for Forensic Science 10-890-100 College Success 1 10-504-131 Basic Crime Scene Photography 10-504-146 Impression Evidence 10-504-122 Biological & Trace Evidence 10-504-159 Crash Scene Investigation 10-504-168 Property/Evidence Management 10-504-169 Forensic Science Internship 10-504-180 Forensic Science Capstone 10-504-901 Constitutional Law Select 9 credits from the following: 10-504-193 Introduction to Digital Video Evidence 10-504-194 Forensic Anthropology, Intro to 10-504-196 Quality Assurance, Evidence 10-504-124 Interview & Interrogation 10-504-176 CCI: Computer Crime Investigation 10-504-178 CCI: Investigating Internet Crime 10-504-179 CCI: Basic Data Recovery 10-504-195 Forensic Entomology, Intro to General Studies (29 Credits) 10-801-136 English Composition 1 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-103 Think Critically & Creatively 10-804-189 Introductory Statistics 10-806-114 General Biology 10-806-143 College Physics 1 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-806-134 General Chemistry 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology

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Homeland Security & Asset Protection Management

Law Enforcement & Public Safety

10-504-3 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton, Online • www.fvtc.edu/homelandsecurity This program will give you a broad background in homeland security, asset protection, risk management, security law, terrorism and emergency planning, and physical security applications and concepts. You will gain the knowledge and skills necessary for an entry-level position as a security officer, asset protection specialist, loss protection officer, risk management, asset protection manager, organized retail crime investigator and private investigator. This training program would also benefit the supervisor, manager or person in charge of security/asset support.

Technical Studies (46 Credits) 10-504-900 Introduction to Criminal Justice 10-504-902 Criminal Law 10-504-104 Business Crime Prevention 10-504-148 Asset Protection, Principles of 10-504-903 Professional Communications 10-503-147 Fire Protection Systems 10-504-107 Security Survey Applications 10-504-109 Electronic Security Applications 10-504-147 Industrial Security 10-504-905 Report Writing 10-504-906 Criminal Investigation Theory 10-102-112 Business, Introduction to 10-504-123 Security Law 10-504-152 Terrorism and Emergency Planning 10-504-187 Homeland Security Management General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-136 English Composition 1 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-159 Abnormal Psychology 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-809-103 Think Critically & Creatively Electives (3 Credits)

Law Enforcement

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31-504-3 Technical Diploma • 48 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton, Online • www.fvtc.edu/lawenforcement This program is designed for students who have earned at least 60 college credits (whether in criminal justice or an unrelated area) and who wish to complete the core of Criminal Justice classes required for Wisconsin law enforcement certification. The program includes coursework in criminal justice, traffic theory & law, juvenile law, criminal law, constitutional law, communication skills, report writing, policing strategies and criminal investigation. This program will prepare you for career options such as deputy sheriff, police officer, state trooper, DNR warden, correctional officer, security officer, private investigator, insurance investigator, state criminal investigator, public safety dispatcher, district attorney investigator, tribal police officer, or any position related to the field of investigations and/or policing.

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Occupational Specific (39 Credits) 10-504-900 Introduction to Criminal Justice 10-504-902 Criminal Law 10-504-903 Professional Communications 10-504-907 Community Policing Strategies 10-504-908 Traffic Theory 10-504-904 Juvenile Law 10-504-905 Report Writing 10-504-906 Criminal Investigation Theory 10-531-105 First Responder with Healthcare Provider CPR 10-504-114 Tactical Operations 10-504-133 Forensic Science Applications 10-504-150 Defensive Tactics 10-504-151 Firearms 10-504-901 Constitutional Law Occupational Supportive (9 Credits) 10-801-136 English Composition 1 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology

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Paramedic Technician

10-531-1 Associate Degree • 68 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/paramedic As an emergency medical technician-paramedic, you will be part of the emergency medical services team that will determine the nature and extent of various illnesses and injuries, administer prescribed medical treatment at the site of an emergency and during transport, and communicate with other professional medical personnel at emergency care sites. Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic written and practical examinations for Wisconsin licensure. Topics you will study include patient assessment, advanced airway management, medical emergencies, nebulizer, administration of glucagon/50% dextrose, Narcan, cardiac drugs, intravenous therapy, blood sugar evaluation, cardiac rhythm interpretation, advanced care of trauma, infants and children, operations and clinical/field experience.

Technical Studies (38 Credits) 10-531-911 EMS Fundamentals 10-531-912 Paramedic Medical Principles 10-531-913 Advanced Patient Assessment Principles 10-531-914 Advanced Pre-Hospital Pharmacology 10-531-915 Paramedic Respiratory Management 10-531-916 Paramedic Cardiology 10-531-917 Paramedic Clinical/Field 1 10-531-918 Advanced Emergency Resuscitation 10-531-919 Paramedic Medical Emergencies 10-531-920 Paramedic Trauma 10-531-921 Special Patient Populations 10-531-922 EMS Operations 10-531-923 Paramedic Capstone 10-531-924 Paramedic Clinical/Field 2 General Studies (27 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-806-177 Gen Anatomy & Physiology 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-806-179 Adv Anatomy & Physiology 10-806-197 Microbiology 10-809-188 Developmental Psychology

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Wildland Fire Crew

31-058-1 Technical Diploma • 43 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/wildlandfirecrew This program will help you prepare for employment on a wildfire suppression engine crew or hand crew. It is also appropriate for those interested in using prescribed fire as a tool in wildlife management, forestry or endangered species management. You will learn about the care and use of equipment, wildland fire suppression, mop-up, prescribed fire, operating as a team, line construction, pump tending, hose use, navigation, tools use and lookouts. Career opportunities include hand crew, engine crew, holding crew, Rx crew and burn crew.

Technical Studies (34 Credits) Credits 10-058-160 Wildfire Intro S130/S190/L180 2 10-058-171 History & Ecology of Wildfire 3 10-058-172 Basic Dozer & Engine Operation 1 10-058-173 Fitness Qualification Prep 1 1 10-058-178 Basic Chainsaw and Off Road Vehicle Operation 1 10-058-182 Fire Prep 1 10-058-186 S133/S211/S131 Safety/Pumps/FF1 2 10-058-167 Live Fire Training 2 10-058-169 Ecosystem Management 2 10-058-175 Wilderness Survival 1 10-058-180 GPS and Map Use in Wildfire 3 10-058-185 S134 & RT130 Annual Refresher 1 10-531-105 First Responder with Healthcare Provider CPR 2 10-058-176 Live Fire 2 2 10-058-179 Fire Experience 3 10-058-181 Prescribed Fire 1 10-058-183 Wildfire Suppression 3 10-058-184 S270 Basic Air Ops 1 10-503-103 Hazmat Awareness & Operations 2 Occupational Supportive (9 Credits) 10-804-107 College Mathematics 3 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3

Wildland Firefighter

10-058-1 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/wildlandfirefighter Does protecting life, property and natural resources from wildfires sound like a rewarding career? How about using planned, controlled fire as a natural management tool to restore rare prairie plant communities on which many animals, including endangered species, depend? If so, your interest in the outdoors and intense physical activity could lead to a successful career as a forestry fire technician, wildlife technician or endangered resource technician. This program includes equipment operation training, national wildland fire certification training, live fire experience, wildland fire history, theory and logistics. Electives allow you to specialize in wildland fire suppression, prescribed fire and cross-trained structural/wildfire firefighting.

Technical Studies (41 Credits) Credits 10-058-160 Wildfire Intro S130/S190/L180 2 10-058-168 Grassland & Forest Management 2 10-058-171 History & Ecology of Wildfire 3 10-058-172 Basic Dozer & Engine Operation 1 10-058-173 Fitness Qualification Prep 1 1 10-058-178 Basic Chainsaw and Off Road Vehicle Operation 1 10-058-182 Fire Prep 1 10-058-163 S290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior 1 10-058-164 S234 Ignition Operations 1 10-058-166 S390 Fire Behavior 2 10-058-167 Live Fire Training 2 10-058-185 S134 & RT130 Annual Refresher 1 10-058-186 S133/S211/S131 Safety/Pumps/FF1 2 10-058-169 Ecosystem Management 2 10-058-174 Fitness Qualification Prep 2 1 10-058-175 Wilderness Survival 1 10-058-180 GPS and Map Use in Wildfire 3 10-058-184 S270 Basic Air Ops 1 10-531-105 First Responder with Healthcare Provider CPR 2 10-058-176 Live Fire 2 2 10-058-179 Fire Experience 3 10-058-181 Prescribed Fire 1 10-058-183 Wildfire Suppression 3 10-503-103 Hazmat Awareness & Operations 2 General Studies (22 Credits) 10-804-107 College Mathematics 3 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 3 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 3 10-806-134 General Chemistry 4 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 3 Electives (6 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-057-128 Wildlife Mgmt - Nongame and Hunted Species 3 10-057-132 Forestry 1 3 10-141-105 Spanish 1 Emergency Responder & Fire Protection 3

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Law Enforcement & Public Safety

Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-106-118 Effective Business Practice 10-501-101 Medical Terminology 10-501-106 Holistic Health for Health Care Providers 10-510-104 Basic Electrocardiogram Interpretation 10-510-116 People Skills for Health Professionals

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Supply Chain Management

Manufacturing Machine Tool Technician

Manufacturing

32-420-1 Technical Diploma • 63 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/machinetool Machinists represent the largest group of workers in the metalworking trades. The work involves setting up the machines, operating the controls and checking the accuracy of the work. In this career field, you must have good mechanical ability, math skills, good vision and a temperament to perform exacting work. You will learn to use measuring instruments, hand tools, layout tools and layout methods, as well as the operation of lathes, milling machines, grinders, drill presses and saws. Course instruction also involves basics in computer numerical control machining and programming, blueprint reading, welding, metallurgy/ heat treat and drafting, hot and cold metal forming techniques, foundry processes, steelmaking operations, and metal part stamping and forming principles.

Occupational Specific (52 Credits) 32-420-331 Measurement & Benchwork 1 32-420-332 Measurement & Benchwork 2 32-420-333 Engine Lathe 1 32-420-334 Engine Lathe 2 32-421-324 Blueprint Reading, Machine Tool Program 32-420-335 Manual Milling Machines 1 32-420-336 Manual Milling Machines 2 32-420-337 Manual Machine Tools, Adv. 1 32-420-338 Manual Machine Tools, Adv. 2 32-442-301 Basic Welding for Machine Tool Operation 32-420-314 Manufacturing Techniques, Cold 32-420-339 Grinding Processes 1 32-420-340 Grinding Processes 2 32-420-341 CNC M/G Code 1 32-420-342 CNC M/G Code 2 32-420-343 CNC, Advanced 1 32-420-344 CNC, Advanced 2 32-420-345 CAM Programming & Toolmaking 1 32-420-346 CAM Programming & Toolmaking 2 Occupational Supportive (9 Credits) 31-804-307 Math for the Trades 31-809-300 Human Relations 32-422-310 Metallurgy, Machine Tool/Iron/Steel Alloys 31-801-318 Communication, Applied 32-421-313 Drafting, Basic Mechanical, Machine Tool

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10-182-1 Associate Degree • 66 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/supplychainmanagement Employees who understand key supply chain foundations are critical to an organization's success and profitability. Supply chain management covers the flow of goods and information from point of origin to the point of consumption. This program includes instruction in transportation, inventory control, materials management, operations management, purchasing, international business, logistics management and sustainability considerations for the supply chain. Upon graduation, career opportunities may include buyer, claims analyst, inventory analyst, logistics technician, materials planner, master production scheduler, purchasing assistant, shipping and receiving specialist, transportation coordinator and warehouse specialist.

Technical Studies (42 Credits) 10-102-112 Business, Introduction to 10-103-120 MS Office Suite, Introduction 10-104-151 Marketing 1, Principles of 10-623-195 Lean Tools 10-182-116 Sustainable Materials Management 10-623-150 Quality Concepts 10-623-172 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-138-150 Global Business Fundamentals 10-182-115 Procurement Fundamentals 10-623-122 MPC-Basics of Supply Chain Management 10-182-110 Business Logistics 10-182-111 Transportation Administration 10-182-113 International Logistics 10-182-114 E-Commerce Logistics 10-182-117 Supply Chain Internship General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-480-105 Sustainability Assessment & Design 10-481-104 Fundamentals of Energy 10-481-105 Sustainability as a Business Strategy 10-623-109 Introduction to Project Management

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Welding Technician, Industrial

Technical Studies (39 Credits) Wisconsin Journey Certificate (includes 400 hours of instruction) General Studies (21 Credits) Communication (6 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-801-198 Speech Social Science (3 Credits) 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-196 Intro to Sociology 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-172 Race, Ethnic & Diversity Studies Behavioral Science (3 Credits) 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-809-159 Abnormal Psychology 10-809-188 Developmental Psychology Math (3 Credits) 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-804-115 College Technical Math 1 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 Electives (6 Credits)

Technical Studies (37 Credits) 10-457-153 Fabrication Techniques 1 10-457-160 Manufacturing Processes 10-457-161 Cutting Processes 10-621-121 SMAW Techniques 1 10-621-123 GMAW Techniques 1 10-621-125 FCAW Techniques 10-621-133 Welding Shop Drawings 10-621-116 Welding Metallurgy 10-621-122 SMAW Techniques 2 10-621-124 GMAW Techniques 2 10-621-126 GTAW Techniques 10-621-101 Welding Codes & Testing 10-621-115 Welding Processes, Design & Costs 10-621-117 Weldability of Materials 10-621-111 Welding NDE 10-621-113 Robotic Arc Welding 10-621-150 Electrical Theory & Maintenance for Welders General Studies (24 Credits) 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-804-116 College Technical Math 2 10-809-195 Economics Electives (6 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-457-154 Fabrication Techniques 2 10-457-162 Pattern Drafting Processes 10-457-163 Manufacturing Enterprise 10-621-119 Forging, the Blacksmith's Art

10-499-5 Associate Degree • 60 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/journeyworker This associate degree program is designed for journeyworkers from various trades who are interested in continuing their education and earning a degree customized to their career interests. If you possess a Wisconsin Journey Certificate which includes a minimum of 400 hours of instruction, this program is for you. Additional study for the degree requires 21 general studies credits. With these additional skills, you can add depth to your technical abilities, acquire advanced skills or try a new career direction. Credits 39

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10-621-1 Associate Degree • 67 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/industrialwelding As an industrial welding technician, you assist engineers, production supervisors and journeyworkers in the smooth and efficient production of quality welded and metal fabricated product and piece parts. You perform a variety of tasks and provide technical assistance in the planning, development and implementation of a production cycle used in industry today.

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Manufacturing

Technical Studies-Journeyworker

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Welding, Production

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Manufacturing

Technical Diploma • 24 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/productionwelding As a production welder, your work may be on large amphibious vehicles and fire trucks, or small metal products such as lawn mowers and snow-throwing equipment. The food industry also needs production welders to fabricate various stainless steel piping systems and food-handling equipment. Using basic math skills, you will determine material lengths, widths and thicknesses and set up various types of equipment including basic hand tools, press brakes, shears, rollers, punches, drill presses, sanding and grinding equipment, and automatic and semi-automatic welding/metalworking equipment. You will learn to read sketches, blueprints, job shop orders, bills of materials and welding symbols, and have a basic understanding of welding metals, such as carbon steel, aluminum, and stainless steel. As a graduate, you may find a job in production and metal fabrication in areas such as structural steel welding, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, plasma cutting, oxy-fuel welding and cutting processes.

Occupational Specific (24 Credits) 10-457-151 Manufacturing Techniques 1 10-457-152 Manufacturing Techniques 2 10-621-121 SMAW Techniques 1 10-621-123 GMAW Techniques 1 10-621-133 Welding Shop Drawings 31-804-307 Math for the Trades 10-457-153 Fabrication Techniques 1 10-457-154 Fabrication Techniques 2 10-621-124 GMAW Techniques 2 10-621-125 FCAW Techniques 10-621-126 GTAW Techniques 10-621-127 Robotic Arc Welding, Basic

Welding/Metal Fabrication

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Technical Diploma • 31 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/metalfabrication As a metal fabricator and welder, you arrange, form and weld various types, sizes and shapes of metals. You fabricate and assemble structural metal products such as framework or shells for machinery, ovens, tanks, pipes, stacks and parts for buildings according to job orders or blueprints. You will learn about the physical properties of metal and how to calculate stock allowances. You will also learn how to set up and use equipment to cut, shear and saw, form, roll and bend metals for welding. Additional coursework includes reading blueprints and welding symbols, sketching and basic welding metallurgy. Typical jobs after graduation will be with construction firms, large metal equipment manufacturing companies, or small businesses that manufacture specialized products such as sheet metal cabinets, desks, shelving, pipes, ducts, lawn and garden equipment, snow blowers or food products machinery.

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Wood Manufacturing Technology

31-409-3 Technical Diploma • 43 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/woodmfg There is a continuing need for highly skilled people in cabinet and furniture making and architectural millwork (windows, doors, mouldings and architectural components). New technologies and a strong demand for quality wood products present many employment opportunities in this industry. The emphasis in this program is the efficient and proper use of terminology, machinery and processes related to the secondary wood processing industry. You will develop proficiency using hand and portable power tools, as well as stationary woodworking machinery, including CNC equipment. Your training includes related blueprint reading, estimating, AutoCAD and tool maintenance. Teamwork, individual initiative and other workplace skills are stressed.

Occupational Specific (40 Credits) Credits 31-409-335 Blueprint Reading & Estimating-Manufacturing 2 31-409-353 Woodworking Machinery & Proc. Prin. 1 (WMT) 3 31-409-354 Woodworking Machinery & Proc. Appl. 1 (WMT) 4 31-409-355 Woodworking Machinery & Proc. Prin. 2 (WMT) 3 31-409-356 Woodworking Machinery & Proc. Appl. 2 (WMT) 4 31-409-315 Sketching & Drafting-Manufacturing 2 31-409-357 Cabinetmaking Principles (WMT) 3 31-409-358 Cabinetmaking Application (WMT) 4 31-409-359 Millwork & Furniture Principles 1 (WMT) 3 31-409-360 Millwork & Furniture Application 1 (WMT) 4 31-409-361 Millwork & Furniture Principles 2 (WMT) 3 31-409-362 Millwork & Furniture Application 2 (WMT) 4 31-409-352 Tool & Machine Maintenance-Manufacturing 1 Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 31-531-301 First Aid 1 31-890-307 Workplace Reality 2


Marketing, Sales & Service Interior Design

Technical Studies (43 Credits) 10-304-110 Fundamentals of Design 10-304-129 Textiles 10-304-144 History of Furniture 10-304-167 Drafting Skills for Interiors 10-104-166 Sales Principles 10-304-123 Commercial Design 10-304-125 Basic Interior Design 10-304-127 Color Theory 10-304-128 Commercial CAD

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Marketing, Sales & Service

10-304-1 Associate Degree • 68 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/intdesign Interior design is both a business and a creative field. As an interior designer, you plan the arrangement of interior space and coordinate the selection and sales of furniture, draperies and other fabrics, floor coverings and interior accessories. You are also responsible for calculations, bidding proposals and pricing. Emphasis is placed on understanding the enormous influence that surroundings have on people's lives. As a graduate, you may be employed by interior design firms, furniture stores, flooring stores, paint and decorating centers, building centers, and kitchen and bath design firms.

10-304-166 Presentation Techniques 10-304-134 Advanced Interior Design 10-304-135 Business Principles for Interior Design 10-304-137 Visual Display 10-304-139 Accessories 10-304-171 Internship 1 Interior Design 10-304-143 Design Applications 10-304-172 Internship 2 Interior Design General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (4 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-304-107 Interior Design Study Tour 10-304-126 Reupholstery 10-304-130 Window Treatment/Drapery Making 10-304-149 Kitchen and Bath Planning 10-304-150 Computer Basics for Design 10-304-151 Wall Finishes 10-304-152 Flooring 10-304-164 Sketching for Interior Design 10-304-165 SketchUp

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Interior Design - Commercial Design

Marketing, Sales & Service

10-304-2 Associate Degree • 68 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/commercialdesign As an interior designer with a specialization in commercial design, you plan the arrangement of commercial spaces such as offices, hospitals and other interior spaces utilized by the public. You will plan spaces and specify furnishings, office work stations, materials, lighting and mechanicals using both hand drawing and computer design software. You are also responsible for calculations of materials, price quotes and sales. Being mindful of green practices and products and universal design are essential in commercial design. Jobs include designers for commercial design retailers, architectural firms and corporations, or sales representatives for office, hospitality, medical and facilities products.

Interior Design - Kitchen & Bath Design 10-304-3

Technical Studies (43 Credits) 10-104-166 Sales Principles 10-304-110 Fundamentals of Design 10-304-125 Basic Interior Design 10-304-127 Color Theory 10-304-167 Drafting Skills for Interiors 10-304-123 Commercial Design 10-304-128 Commercial CAD 10-304-129 Textiles 10-304-144 History of Furniture 10-304-166 Presentation Techniques 10-304-160 Project Development - Commercial Design 10-304-161 Advanced CAD 10-304-162 Furnishings & Materials - Commercial Design 10-304-163 Lighting 10-304-171 Internship 1 Interior Design 10-304-135 Business Principles for Interior Design 10-304-143 Design Applications 10-304-172 Internship 2 Interior Design General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-195 Economics Electives (4 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-304-107 Interior Design Study Tour 10-304-126 Reupholstery 10-304-130 Window Treatment/Drapery Making 10-304-149 Kitchen and Bath Planning 10-304-150 Computer Basics for Design 10-304-151 Wall Finishes 10-304-152 Flooring 10-304-164 Sketching for Interior Design 10-304-165 SketchUp

Technical Studies (44 Credits) Credits 10-104-166 Sales Principles 3 10-304-110 Fundamentals of Design 3 10-304-129 Textiles 3 10-304-154 Construction Applications - Mechanical & Lighting 3 10-304-167 Drafting Skills for Interiors 3 10-304-125 Basic Interior Design 3 10-304-127 Color Theory 3 10-304-144 History of Furniture 3 10-304-146 Perspective Drawing 1 10-304-153 Basic Kitchen and Bath 3 10-304-143 Design Applications 3 10-304-155 Business Procedures for Designers 3 10-304-156 Advanced Kitchen & Bath Design 3 10-304-138 Internship 1 Kitchen & Bath 4 10-304-157 Materials & Estimating 3 General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 3 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 3 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 3 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 3 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 3 10-809-195 Economics 3 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 3 Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-304-107 Interior Design Study Tour 1 10-304-126 Reupholstery 2 10-304-130 Window Treatment/Drapery Making 1 10-304-150 Computer Basics for Design 1 10-304-151 Wall Finishes 1 10-304-152 Flooring 1 10-304-164 Sketching for Interior Design 1 10-304-165 SketchUp 1

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Associate Degree • 68 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/kitchen_bathdesign This career blends technical skills and business practices with the creative field of interior design. Future trends show a need for designers in the kitchen and bath industry. As an interior designer with a specialization in kitchen and bath design, you will specify cabinetry, fixtures, lighting and mechanicals using both hand drawing and computer design software. You are also responsible for calculations of materials, price quotes and sales. Courses include an internship in the kitchen and bath industry, drawing and computer design as well as construction, mechanicals, estimating and presentation. Graduates will be eligible to test for the Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer certification.

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Marketing

10-104-3

Technical Studies (46 Credits) 10-102-112 Business, Introduction to 10-103-120 MS Office Suite, Introduction 10-104-151 Marketing 1, Principles of 10-104-166 Sales Principles 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-104-157 Retail Principles 10-104-182 Customer Relations Management

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Marketing, Sales & Service

Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton & Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/marketing Marketing is an exciting and dynamic part of business and provides you with opportunities in hundreds of career choices. You may find marketing career opportunities with a manufacturer, wholesaler or non-profit firm in retail management, advertising, industrial sales and service, research and purchasing. In addition, marketing provides you with the business and marketing planning skills to assist in new business development. Your courses emphasize principles of marketing, sales, retailing, advertising and marketing research. In addition, you take allied business courses such as accounting, math, law, economics and data processing, as well as communications and psychology.

10-196-191 Supervision 10-102-103 Business Law 1 10-104-113 Marketing Research 10-104-147 Promotion Principles 10-104-163 Sales Management 10-104-100 Internet Marketing 10-104-114 Marketing Management 10-104-124 Sales Workshop, Advanced 10-104-134 Marketing - Internship 2 General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-195 Economics Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-102-157 Business Law 2 10-104-110 DECA Leadership 10-145-101 Entrepreneurial Mindset 10-145-104 Entrepreneurship, Introduction to

"You learn skills and real solutions rather than just knowing the answers on a multiple choice test."

Devan Kuether 2012 Alumnus Marketing

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Printing Technologies

Package & Label Printing Technician

Package & Label Printing

Printing Technologies

31-204-6 Technical Diploma • 32 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/package_labelprinting Package & Label Printing (flexography) is one of the major printing processes in use today. Some items printed by flexography are tags and labels, corrugated boxes, wallpaper, bags, paper towels and napkins, and many kinds of plastic packages. In this program, you will acquire skills and knowledge through hands-on shop work including an orientation to flexography, electronic prepress, platemaking, prepress operation, mechanical press components, presswork, inks, substrates and specific applications. Typical positions for graduates include wide and narrow web press operation, corrugated press operation, platemaking, electronic prepress, mounting and proofing, inks and coatings, customer service and technical sales. In large companies, you will usually specialize in a specific area, but in small companies, you will often perform a variety of functions.

Occupational Supportive (5 Credits) Complete these 3 courses and one specialty: 10-890-103 Employability Strategies 31-804-307 Math for the Trades 31-809-300 Human Relations

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Select one specialty: Flexo Press (27 Credits) Credits 10-204-107 10-204-108 10-204-109 10-204-110 10-204-112 10-204-145

Package and Label Introduction 5 Flexo Printing Prepress 5 Flexo Press Operations 1 5 Flexo Press Operations 2 5 Flexo Corrugated Technologies 5 Color Theory 2 Flexo Prepress (27 Credits) Credits 10-204-175 Flexo Prepress Introduction 5 10-204-176 Flexo Prepress 1 5 10-204-145 Color Theory 2 10-204-177 Flexo Prepress 2 5 10-204-178 Flexo Prepress 3 5 10-204-179 Advanced Prepress Techniques 5

10-204-4 Associate Degree • 67 credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/package_labeltechnician One of the largest concentrations of printers using flexography is in the Fox Valley region of Wisconsin. Careers in this field are growing at 8% annually, with job growth estimated at 25% over the next five years. In this program, you will train in all areas of the flexographic process from electronic prepress, platemaking, plate mounting and ink management to printing press operation. In addition, you will train in team building, quality, process control and technical reporting. Graduates may be employed as an electronic prepress technician; wide web, narrow web or corrugated press technician; platemaking technician; estimator or job planner; mounting and proofing technician; printing ink technician; team leader; or quality assurance technician.

Technical Studies (42 Credits) 10-204-107 Package and Label Introduction 10-204-108 Flexo Printing Prepress 10-204-109 Flexo Press Operations 1 10-204-145 Color Theory 10-623-150 Quality Concepts 10-204-160 Package & Label Printing Technician Internship 10-196-191 Supervision 10-204-110 Flexo Press Operations 2 10-623-127 Foundations of Quality 10-204-111 Flexo Production Techniques 10-204-112 Flexo Corrugated Technologies General Studies (22 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-806-134 General Chemistry 10-801-197 Technical Reporting 10-809-195 Economics Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-802-100 Spanish 1 10-196-121 Safety, Principles of 10-606-114 AutoCAD, Introduction to 10-606-127 Intermediate AutoCAD 10-628-112 Robotics 10-890-100 College Success 1 10-890-103 Employability Strategies 10-204-128 Package & Label Printing Hands-on Workshop

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"The instructors at Fox Valley Tech make sure you know what you're doing before you step out the door."

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Printing

Occupational Specific (32 Credits) 10-204-114 Digital Prepress 1 10-204-141 Graphic Reproduction Methods 10-204-146 Adobe Photoshop 10-204-147 Offset Presswork - A 10-204-113 Digital Prepress 2 10-204-127 Flexographic Printing, Introduction to 10-204-140 Binding & Finishing 10-204-144 Adobe Illustrator 10-204-148 Offset Presswork - B 10-204-117 Digital Imposition 10-204-150 Production Printing 1 10-204-154 Color Measurement for the Graphic Arts Occupational Supportive (3 Credits) 31-804-307 Math for the Trades 10-890-103 Employability Strategies

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Printing & Publishing

10-204-1 Associate Degree • 61 credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/printing_publishing The printing industry is strong and growing, and offers many career opportunities in our region. In this program, you will learn about the major printing processes: offset lithography, gravure, flexography, screen printing and digital printing. You will learn to use software such as Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator, as well as how to run offset presses and related bindery equipment. Upon graduation, you may be employed as a prepress technician, desktop publisher, plate maker, digital press operator, bindery & finishing operator, customer service representative, ink technician or quality control technician. Depending on the company, you may specialize in one particular area or perform a variety of functions. Additional coursework prepares you for positions with more responsibility and advancement potential, as well as preparation for transfer to a four-year college or university.

Technical Studies (36 Credits) 10-204-114 Digital Prepress 1 10-204-141 Graphic Reproduction Methods 10-204-146 Adobe Photoshop 10-204-147 Offset Presswork - A 10-204-113 Digital Prepress 2 10-204-127 Flexographic Printing, Introduction to 10-204-140 Binding & Finishing 10-204-144 Adobe Illustrator 10-204-148 Offset Presswork - B 10-890-103 Employability Strategies 10-204-117 Digital Imposition 10-204-150 Production Printing 1 10-204-154 Color Measurement for the Graphic Arts 10-204-124 Printing & Publishing Internship General Studies (21 Credits) 10-806-112 Principles of Sustainability 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-801-197 Technical Reporting Electives (4 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-141-131 Hmong 1 for Professionals 10-204-151 Emerging Technologies - Printing Industry 10-623-127 Foundations of Quality 10-802-100 Spanish 1

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Printing Technologies

31-204-1 Technical Diploma • 35 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/printingprogram The printing industry is strong and growing, and offers many career opportunities in our region. In this program, you will learn about the major printing processes: offset lithography, gravure, flexography, screen printing and digital printing. You will learn to use software such as Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator, as well as how to run offset presses and related bindery equipment. Upon graduation, you may be employed as a prepress technician, desktop publisher, plate maker, digital press operator, bindery & finishing operator, customer service representative, ink technician or quality control technician. Depending on the company, you may specialize in one particular area or perform a variety of functions.

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Transportation

Automotive Maintenance Technician

Auto Collision Repair & Refinishing Technician

Transportation

32-405-1 Technical Diploma • 59 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/autocollision In this program, you work on vehicles that have minor and major damage. You will repair minor damage, including dents in the body of a vehicle. You will also replace bolted-on parts, including doors, fenders and trunk lids. Major damage work includes repair of unitized structures and vehicles with conventional frames. In addition, you will also replace weld-on panels such as quarter panels and roofs. As a graduate, you may be employed by an independent or dealerowned collision repair facility, automotive paint company, insurance company, industrial manufacturing plant or glass shop.

Occupational Specific (48 Credits) 10-405-144 Collision Repair Welding 1 10-405-146 Collision Repair Welding 2 10-405-181 Intro to Automotive Refinishing 10-405-182 Collision Repair Non Struct 1 10-405-183 Collision Repair Non Struct 2 10-405-184 Collision Repair Non Struct 3 10-405-185 Collision Repair Non Struct 4 10-405-186 Plastics and Composites 10-405-187 Collision Refinishing Surface Preparation 10-405-188 Refinish and Topcoat Application 10-405-189 Refinishing, Tinting, & Blending 10-405-190 Collision Refinishing-Advanced 10-405-119 Industry Trends Vehicle Repair 10-405-120 Collision Repair Mech - HVAC 10-405-180 Intro to Collision Repair 10-405-191 Collision Repair Structural 1 10-405-194 Collision Repair Estimating 10-602-125 Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 10-405-122 Collision-Drive Systems 10-405-128 Collision Repair Electric Sys-SRS 10-405-192 Collision Repair Structural 2 10-405-193 Collision Repair Structural 3 10-405-195 Collision Repair Customer Relations 10-602-124 Steering & Suspension Systems Occupational Supportive (11 Credits) 31-801-318 Communication, Applied 10-107-150 Microcomputer Applications 31-804-307 Math for the Trades 10-890-103 Employability Strategies 31-809-300 Human Relations 31-806-301 Science for Trades

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31-404-3 Technical Diploma • 27 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/automaintenance This program will prepare you for work in a variety of automotive repair facilities. The majority of work done by automotive maintenance technicians is in preventive maintenance and general repairs. Training includes general automotive servicing, basic electrical systems, brakes and anti-lock brakes, steering and suspension, and engine repair. You may find employment with a chain store such as Midas, Car-X, Tuffy, Sears or Tires Plus; all are steady employers of program graduates. Large dealers may also employ you in their lube centers and in entry-level positions.

Occupational Specific (23 Credits) 10-602-104 Brake Systems 10-602-107 Automotive Service Fundamentals 10-602-124 Steering & Suspension Systems 10-602-125 Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 10-602-160 Welding for Automotive Technology 10-602-103 Engine Repair 1 10-602-123 Engine Repair 2 10-602-127 Electrical & Electronic Systems 2 10-602-161 Engines Machining 1 10-602-196 Automotive Climate Control Systems Occupational Supportive (4 Credits) 31-801-318 Communication, Applied 31-809-300 Human Relations

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Automotive Technician

Automotive Technician - Imports

Occupational Specific (45 Credits) 10-602-104 Brake Systems 10-602-107 Automotive Service Fundamentals 10-602-124 Steering & Suspension Systems 10-602-125 Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 10-602-160 Welding for Automotive Technology 10-602-103 Engine Repair 1 10-602-123 Engine Repair 2 10-602-127 Electrical & Electronic Systems 2 10-602-161 Engines Machining 1 10-602-196 Automotive Climate Control Systems 10-602-106 Automotive Internship 10-602-128 Electrical & Electronic Systems 3 10-602-197 Engine Performance 1 10-602-198 Engine Performance 2 10-602-109 Automatic Transmission/Transaxle 10-602-149 Manual Drive Train and Axles 10-602-195 Advanced Chassis Systems Occupational Supportive (13 Credits) 10-806-175 Science Principles for Transportation 31-801-318 Communication, Applied 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-890-103 Employability Strategies 31-809-303 Fundamentals of Ethics 31-809-300 Human Relations

Occupational Specific (46 Credits) 10-602-104 Brake Systems 10-602-107 Automotive Service Fundamentals 10-602-124 Steering & Suspension Systems 10-602-125 Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 10-602-160 Welding for Automotive Technology 10-806-175 Science Principles for Transportation 10-602-112 Global Automotive Market 10-602-161 Engines Machining 1 10-602-177 Import Electrical Systems 10-602-178 Import Electronic Controls 10-602-182 Import Engine Repair 10-602-185 Import Manual Drivetrain 10-602-186 Import Automatic Transmissions 10-602-187 Import Hybrid Vehicle Systems 10-602-181 Import Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning 10-602-183 Import Engine Performance 1 10-602-188 Import Engine Performance 2 - 4 Cr 10-602-189 Import Advanced Chassis Systems Occupational Supportive (10 Credits) 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-890-103 Employability Strategies 31-801-318 Communication, Applied 31-809-303 Fundamentals of Ethics 31-809-300 Human Relations

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32-602-1 Technical Diploma • 56 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/autotechnicianimports There is a continuing need for highly skilled people in the import automotive repair industry. This program focuses on all eight Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) areas, as well as hybrids. You will study electrical and electronics, brake and traction control systems, engine performance, engine repair, transmission repair, air conditioning systems, steering and suspension systems, and hybrid vehicles. As a graduate, you can work as a specialized import technician at an import dealership or independent repair facility. You will be well suited for future advancement to work as a service writer, service manager or parts specialist. Credits 3 2 3 2 1 3 1 1 2 3 4 3 4 2 3 3 4 2

Transportation

32-404-2 Technical Diploma • 58 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/autotechnician This program prepares you for the professional, full-service automotive service department. You will learn about fuel injection systems, on-board diagnostics, climate control systems, basic and advanced electrical systems, brakes and anti-lock brakes, manual drivelines and transmissions, automatic transmissions, steering and suspension systems, entertainment systems, engine rebuilding and engine repair. As a graduate, you will be prepared to diagnose and repair today’s automobiles and light trucks, and will be well-suited for a future role as lead technician in a service garage or dealership.

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"Technical positions now pay as much, and often more, than many jobs which require a four-year college degree." Steve Farwell Quality Truck Care Center

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Automotive Technology

Transportation

10-602-3 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/autotechnology Gain an introduction to the practical application of automotive engineering concepts and automotive repair. You will learn about fuel injection systems, onboard diagnostics, climate control systems, basic and advanced electrical systems, brakes and anti-lock brakes, manual drivelines and transmissions, automatic transmissions, steering and suspension systems, entertainment systems, engine testing and engine rebuilding. Upon graduation, you will be prepared for work as an automotive technician or service department supervisor, or advancement to university studies.

Technical Studies (46 Credits) 10-602-104 Brake Systems 10-602-107 Automotive Service Fundamentals 10-602-124 Steering & Suspension Systems 10-602-125 Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 10-602-160 Welding for Automotive Technology 10-806-175 Science Principles for Transportation 10-602-103 Engine Repair 1 10-602-123 Engine Repair 2 10-602-127 Electrical & Electronic Systems 2 10-602-161 Engines Machining 1 10-602-196 Automotive Climate Control Systems 10-602-128 Electrical & Electronic Systems 3 10-602-197 Engine Performance 1 10-602-198 Engine Performance 2 10-602-109 Automatic Transmission/Transaxle 10-602-149 Manual Drive Train and Axles 10-602-195 Advanced Chassis Systems General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-412-131 Introduction to Light Duty Diesel Engines 10-602-106 Automotive Internship 10-602-112 Global Automotive Market 10-602-152 Automotive Service Consulting 10-602-153 Automotive Service Management 10-602-162 Engines Machining 2 10-602-168 Advanced Engines Machining

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Automotive Technology - GM ASEP

10-602-5 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/autotechnology_GM This program prepares you to be a General Motors certified automotive technician. Your training will be on GM cars and trucks in General Motors dealership service departments or AC Delco certified repair facilities. You will learn to perform GM specialized diagnostics and repair with on-vehicle computers, automatic transmissions, climate control systems, electrical systems, and engines. As a GM ASEP graduate, you will be a top-level, factory-trained technician who can progress into a GM Certified World Class Technician.

Technical Studies (45 Credits) 10-602-104 Brake Systems 10-602-107 Automotive Service Fundamentals 10-602-124 Steering & Suspension Systems 10-602-125 Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 10-602-160 Welding for Automotive Technology 10-806-175 Science Principles for Transportation 10-602-115 Electrical 1 - ASEP 10-602-134 Automotive Engines Measuring - ASEP 10-602-141 Dealership Co-op 1 - ASEP 10-602-135 Dealership Co-op 2 - ASEP 10-602-116 Electrical 2 - ASEP 10-602-137 Dealership Co-op 3 - ASEP 10-602-164 Automotive HVAC-ASEP 10-602-165 Advanced Chassis Systems-ASEP 10-602-120 Fuel Systems - ASEP 10-602-122 Driveline/Manual Transmission - ASEP 10-602-139 Dealership Co-op 4 - ASEP 10-602-166 Engine/Powertrain Diagnostics-ASEP 10-602-167 Automatic Transmission/Transaxle-ASEP General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (4 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-412-131 Introduction to Light Duty Diesel Engines 10-602-112 Global Automotive Market 10-602-150 Automotive Internship-ASEP/Co-op 10-602-152 Automotive Service Consulting 10-602-153 Automotive Service Management 10-602-162 Engines Machining 2 10-602-168 Advanced Engines Machining

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Automotive Technology - Imports

Technical Studies (45 Credits) 10-602-104 Brake Systems 10-602-107 Automotive Service Fundamentals 10-602-124 Steering & Suspension Systems 10-602-125 Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 10-602-160 Welding for Automotive Technology 10-806-175 Science Principles for Transportation 10-602-161 Engines Machining 1 10-602-177 Import Electrical Systems 10-602-178 Import Electronic Controls 10-602-182 Import Engine Repair 10-602-185 Import Manual Drivetrain 10-602-186 Import Automatic Transmissions 10-602-187 Import Hybrid Vehicle Systems 10-602-181 Import Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning 10-602-183 Import Engine Performance 1 10-602-188 Import Engine Performance 2 - 4 Cr 10-602-189 Import Advanced Chassis Systems General Studies (21 Credits) 10-804-107 College Mathematics 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-195 Economics 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-145-100 Entrepreneurial Venture-Your Business Plan 10-602-106 Automotive Internship 10-602-112 Global Automotive Market 10-602-162 Engines Machining 2 10-602-168 Advanced Engines Machining 10-890-103 Employability Strategies

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Diesel Construction Equipment Service Technician (FABTECH)

32-412-3 Technical Diploma • 55 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/dieselconstruction There is high demand for skilled diesel engine specialists. You may work as a mechanic, diesel mechanic, general repair mechanic, diesel technician, truck mechanic, fleet mechanic or service technician. Learn the skills to perform preventive maintenance and repairs on a variety of compact and heavy Caterpillar® construction equipment. Also learn how to perform field service on Caterpillar and Allied rental equipment. FABCO Equipment, Inc.-Caterpillar intends to hire all program graduates.

Occupational Specific (53 Credits) Credits 10-412-142 FABTECH Preventive Maint & Equipment Repair 5 10-412-143 FABTECH Shop Practices, Introduction to 4 10-412-151 FABTECH Electrical 1 5 10-412-164 FABTECH Hydraulic Systems 1 3 10-412-172 FABTECH Fuel Systems 1 3 10-442-103 FABTECH Applied Welding 2 10-412-141 FABTECH Air Conditioning 2 10-412-148 FABTECH Engine Rebuilding 5 10-412-150 FABTECH Engine Testing & Diagnostics 5 10-412-157 FABTECH Fuel Systems 2 4 10-412-129 Diesel Equipment Internship 1 10-412-145 FABTECH Hydraulic Systems 2 5 10-412-146 FABTECH Construction Drive Train 1 5 10-412-147 FABTECH Construction Drive Train 2 4 Occupational Supportive (2 Credits) 31-801-318F FABTECH Applied Communication 2

Transportation

10-602-4 Associate Degree • 69 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/autotechnology_imports There is a continuing need for highly skilled people in the import automotive repair industry. This program focuses on all eight Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) areas, as well as hybrids. You will study electrical and electronics, brake and traction control systems, engine performance, engine repair, transmission repair, air conditioning systems, steering and suspension systems, and hybrid vehicles. As a graduate, you can work as a specialized import technician at an import dealership or independent repair facility. You will be well suited for future advancement to work as a service writer, service manager or parts specialist, or advance into university studies.

Diesel Engine Service Technician (FABTECH)

31-412-7 Technical Diploma • 40 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/dieselengine There is high demand for skilled diesel engine specialists. You may work as a mechanic, diesel mechanic, general repair mechanic, diesel technician, truck mechanic, fleet mechanic or service technician. Learn how to perform engine overhauls, testing, fuel system repairs and diagnostics on Caterpillar® diesel engines. Also learn how to perform field service on Caterpillar and Allied rental equipment. FABCO Equipment, Inc.-Caterpillar intends to hire all program graduates.

Occupational Specific (38 Credits) Credits 10-412-142 FABTECH Preventive Maint & Equipment Repair 5 10-412-143 FABTECH Shop Practices, Introduction to 4 10-412-151 FABTECH Electrical 1 5 10-412-164 FABTECH Hydraulic Systems 1 3 10-412-172 FABTECH Fuel Systems 1 3 10-442-103 FABTECH Applied Welding 2 10-412-141 FABTECH Air Conditioning 2 10-412-148 FABTECH Engine Rebuilding 5 10-412-150 FABTECH Engine Testing & Diagnostics 5 10-412-157 FABTECH Fuel Systems 2 4 Occupational Supportive (2 Credits) 31-801-318F FABTECH Applied Communication 2

Find the most current information on all FVTC programs: www.fvtc.edu/programs

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Diesel Equipment Mechanic

Transportation

31-412-1 Technical Diploma • 52 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/dieselmechanic Diesel technicians with advanced diagnostic troubleshooting and analytical skills are in high demand. Technicians repair and maintain electronic controlled diesel engines, air conditioning systems, electronic controlled air brake systems and drive lines that power heavy-duty trucks, buses and construction equipment. Our fleet of 60 diesel powered tractors puts you "in the shop" every day helping you build technical expertise. Upon graduation, you will have the skills to service any type of diesel-powered equipment.

Occupational Specific (43 Credits) 10-412-101 Introduction to Diesel Technology 10-412-112 Diesel Heavy Duty Brake Systems 10-412-113 Diesel Steering and Suspension 10-412-114 Diesel Preventive Maintenance 10-412-118 Drive Train 10-412-128 Service Management 10-412-127 Tune-up & Diagnostic Testing 10-412-132 Diesel Heavy Duty Fuel Systems 10-412-133 Diesel Engine Rebuilding 10-412-134 Diesel Electronic Fuel Management Systems 10-412-117 Diesel Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems 10-412-135 Diesel Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning 10-412-136 Diesel Heavy Duty Electrical 1 10-412-137 Diesel Heavy Duty Electrical 2 Occupational Supportive (9 Credits) 31-809-300 Human Relations 10-442-105 Welding, Applied-Diesel 31-458-305 CDL Truck Driving Semi-2 31-801-318 Communication, Applied

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Diesel Equipment Technology

10-412-1 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/dieseltechnology Diesel technicians with advanced diagnostic troubleshooting and analytical skills are in high demand. Technicians repair and maintain electronic controlled diesel engines, air conditioning systems, electronic controlled air brake systems and drive lines that power heavy-duty trucks, buses and construction equipment. Our fleet of 60 diesel powered tractors puts you "in the shop" every day helping you build technical expertise. Upon graduation, you will have the skills to service any type of diesel-powered equipment. The program’s management and communication courses increase your ability for future promotions and career growth.

Technical Studies (46 Credits) 10-412-101 Introduction to Diesel Technology 10-412-112 Diesel Heavy Duty Brake Systems 10-412-113 Diesel Steering and Suspension 10-412-114 Diesel Preventive Maintenance 10-412-118 Drive Train 10-412-128 Service Management 10-412-127 Tune-up & Diagnostic Testing 10-412-132 Diesel Heavy Duty Fuel Systems 10-412-133 Diesel Engine Rebuilding 10-412-134 Diesel Electronic Fuel Management Systems 10-442-105 Welding, Applied-Diesel 10-412-117 Diesel Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems 10-412-135 Diesel Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning 10-412-136 Diesel Heavy Duty Electrical 1 10-412-137 Diesel Heavy Duty Electrical 2 General Studies (21 Credits) 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-804-123 Math w Business Apps 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-195 Economics Electives (3 Credits) - Suggested Electives: 10-101-107 Accounting, Principles of 10-145-100 Entrepreneurial Venture-Your Business Plan 10-196-107 Business Management, Introduction to 10-196-190 Leadership Development 10-196-191 Supervision

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Diesel Power Generation & Marine Service Tech (FABTECH)

Vehicle Refinishing & Repair Technology 32-412-2

Occupational Specific (50 Credits) Credits 10-412-142 FABTECH Preventive Maint & Equipment Repair 5 10-412-143 FABTECH Shop Practices, Introduction to 4 10-412-151 FABTECH Electrical 1 5 10-412-164 FABTECH Hydraulic Systems 1 3 10-412-172 FABTECH Fuel Systems 1 3 10-442-103 FABTECH Applied Welding 2 10-412-141 FABTECH Air Conditioning 2 10-412-148 FABTECH Engine Rebuilding 5 10-412-150 FABTECH Engine Testing & Diagnostics 5 10-412-157 FABTECH Fuel Systems 2 4 10-412-129 Diesel Equipment Internship 1 10-412-154 FABTECH Electrical Power Generation 1 5 10-412-155 FABTECH Electrical Power Generation 2 4 10-609-170 Ladder Logic and Control Devices 1 10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 1 Occupational Supportive (5 Credits) 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 3 31-801-318F FABTECH Applied Communication 2

Truck Driving

30-458-1 Technical Diploma • 12 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/truck As a professional over-the-road truck driver, you may deliver goods between locations hundreds, or even thousands, of miles apart. As a professional local truck driver, you may move goods from terminals and warehouses to factories, stores and homes within the local area or region. In this program, you will develop driving and backing skills through classroom, lab and roadway experiences. With the skills and resources you’ll acquire, you will become a confident truck driving professional who can choose from a variety of career paths.

Occupational Specific (12 Credits) 30-458-316 Truck Driving Semi-Level 1 30-458-321 Truck Driving Semi-Level 2 30-458-322 Truck Driving Semi-Level 3

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Technical Studies (48 Credits) 10-405-144 Collision Repair Welding 1 10-405-146 Collision Repair Welding 2 10-405-181 Intro to Automotive Refinishing 10-405-182 Collision Repair Non Struct 1 10-405-183 Collision Repair Non Struct 2 10-405-184 Collision Repair Non Struct 3 10-405-185 Collision Repair Non Struct 4 10-405-186 Plastics and Composites 10-405-187 Collision Refinishing Surface Preparation 10-405-188 Refinish and Topcoat Application 10-405-189 Refinishing, Tinting, & Blending 10-405-190 Collision Refinishing-Advanced 10-405-119 Industry Trends Vehicle Repair 10-405-120 Collision Repair Mech - HVAC 10-405-180 Intro to Collision Repair 10-405-191 Collision Repair Structural 1 10-405-194 Collision Repair Estimating 10-602-125 Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 10-405-122 Collision-Drive Systems 10-405-128 Collision Repair Electric Sys-SRS 10-405-192 Collision Repair Structural 2 10-405-193 Collision Repair Structural 3 10-405-195 Collision Repair Customer Relations 10-602-124 Steering & Suspension Systems General Studies (21 Credits) 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Comm 10-809-197 Contemporary Amer Society 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations 10-801-195 Written Communication 10-809-195 Economics Electives (1 Credit) - Suggested Electives: 10-405-124 Internship-Vehicle Repair 10-806-175 Science Principles for Transportation 10-890-103 Employability Strategies

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Find the most current information on all FVTC programs: www.fvtc.edu/programs

Transportation

Technical Diploma • 55 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Oshkosh • www.fvtc.edu/dieselpower There is high demand for skilled diesel engine specialists. You may work as a mechanic, diesel mechanic, general repair mechanic, diesel technician, truck mechanic, fleet mechanic or service technician. Learn how to perform generator maintenance, engine overhauls, repairs, tune-ups, testing, fuel system repairs and diagnostics. Also learn how to perform field service on Caterpillar and Allied rental equipment. FABCO Equipment, Inc.-Caterpillar intends to hire all program graduates.

10-405-3 Associate Degree • 70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/vehiclerefinishing In this program, you work on vehicles that have minor and major damage. You will repair minor damage, including dents in the body of a vehicle. You will also replace bolted-on parts, including doors, fenders and trunk lids. Major damage work includes repair of unitized structures and vehicles with conventional frames. In addition, you will also replace weld-on panels such as quarter panels and roofs. Typical employers include automotive collision repair facilities, paint suppliers, fire apparatus manufacturing companies, aviation manufacturing, military truck manufacturers and insurance companies. You may also choose to advance to university studies.

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General, Individualized & Global Studies Individualized Technical Studies

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Associate Degree • 60-70 Credits • Financial Aid Eligible Appleton • www.fvtc.edu/its Rapid changes in technology and work processes have created a growing demand for flexibility and enhanced skill levels in the workplace. Increasingly employers are seeking workers able to perform multiple tasks and roles that cut across traditional occupational categories. To be productive and effective in the changing workplace, you may need skills and knowledge drawn from a variety of traditional areas of study. As an adult student, you may already have the occupational skills to operate your own business or prepare for career advancement, but would like to become more marketable or become a greater asset for your employer. The Individualized Technical Studies degree is intended for currently employed people who have a specific career objective in mind that cannot be met by the college's existing degree programs. With this program, both employees and employers have the option of designing a customized program to meet their specific needs. This program offers the flexibility of a full- or part-time pace. Your Fox Valley Technical College counselor can explain your options further.


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Chilton

1825 N. Bluemound Drive P.O. Box 2277 Appleton, WI 54912-2277 (920) 735-5600 or 1-800-735-FVTC (3882) TTY: (920) 735-2569

1200 E. Chestnut Street (Hwy 32/57 S) P.O. Box 186 Chilton, WI 53014-0186 (920) 849-4416 or 1-800-843-4131

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Clintonville

D. J. Bordini Center

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Wautoma

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Sustainable Technology Center 11 Tri Park Way Appleton, WI 54914 (920) 996-2956

S. J. Spanbauer Aviation & Industrial Center 3601 Oregon Street Oshkosh, WI 54902 (920) 232-6001

Wildland Fire Training Center 4902 N. Lynndale Drive Appleton, WI 54913 (920) 225-5902

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