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Course Descriptions - SSCI

Students are recommended to complete their college-level English and Math classes within their first two semesters of college.

and router is also provided. Classroom instruction and tasks performed will be in accordance with applicable American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Standards and industry best practices. (90 hrs. lect./lab. per term) MARR 240 Marine Blueprint Reading and Lofting (3) [Formerly MARR 40] Prerequisite: MARR 129 or instructor approval Co-requisite: MARR 241, 243, 250, 251 MARR majors only. Covers the reading and interpretation of boat plans. The primary focus is on the Lines Plan. The Lines Plan describes the shape of the hull. An understanding of these lines is fundamental to any boat building, renovation, or major repair project. Projects in the drafting lab and on loft floor provide practical experience in relating the blueprints to the construction or renovation of a boat. Classroom instruction and tasks performed will be in accordance with applicable American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Standards and industry best practices. (90 hrs. lect./lab. per term) MARR 241 Mold Station Construction (2) [Formerly MARR 41] Prerequisite: MARR 231 or instructor approval Prerequisite or Co-requisite: MARR 240 or instructor approval Co-requisite: MARR 243, 250, 251 MARR majors only Provides detailed instruction in creating a mold station and a stem form from the lofting completed in MARR 240. Station and stem bevels and skin deductions are emphasized. The end product of this course will be the project boat created from the completed mold stations and stem forms. Classroom instruction and tasks performed will be in accordance with applicable American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Standards and industry best practices. (60 hrs. lect./lab. per term)

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MARR 243 Composite Tooling (4) [Formerly MARR 43] Prerequisite or Co-requisite: MARR 241 Co-requisite: MARR 240, 250, 251 MARR majors only This course uses the mold stations and stem form This course uses the mold stations and stem form built in MARR 241 to erect a hull skeleton on a building form. Transoms are fabricated. A skin or planking of foam or wood is applied. Spiling techniques are emphasized. Fairing of the hull is practiced. Classroom instruction and tasks performed will be in accordance with applicable American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Standards and industry best practices. (120 hrs. lect./lab. per term)

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MARR 250 Mold Fabrication (3) [Formerly MARR 50] Prerequisite or Co-requisite: MARR 243 Co-requisite: MARR 240, 241, 251 MARR majors only. This course uses the hull form constructed in earlier courses as a pattern to fabricate a production mold.

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Tooling gelcoat application is also covered. Classroom instruction and tasks performed will be in accordance with applicable American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Standards and industry best practices. (90 hrs. lect./lab. per term) MARR 251 Composite Production (3) [Formerly MARR 51] Prerequisite: Placement in ENG 100; MATH 50, OR Placement in MATH 150 or higher Prerequisite or Co-requisite: MARR 250 Co-requisite: MARR 240, 241, 243 MARR majors only This course uses a production mold to produce a boat hull. Chopper gun techniques, adjustment, and maintenance are covered and PVC foam cores are installed with vacuum bag techniques. Classroom instruction and tasks performed will be in accordance with applicable American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Standards and industry best practices. (90 hrs. lect./lab. per term)

SOCIAL SCIENCES (SSCI) SSCI 120 Hawai‘i’s People (3) A survey of ethnic subcultures in America, with emphasis on Hawai‘i’s ethnic mosaic. The critical framework covers dominant-subordinate relationships in both a historical and modern setting. The processes of prejudice, discrimination, identity, cyclical patterns of ethnic relations, acculturation, assimilation, contention, submission, revitalization and the psychology of racism will be applied to the major ethnic minorities of Hawai‘i. (3 hrs. lect. per week) SSCI 125 Pacific Island Peoples (3) (DH) Recommended Prep: ENG 100 + ENG 100S or ESL 23, OR Placement in ENG 100 This course is a survey of Pacific Island societies, using social science perspectives to analyze the effects of environmental constraints, cultural tradition, historical experience, political and economic development, and social change upon the peoples of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. It will give students an understanding of the major problems and alternative futures which Pacific island communities now face. Cross-listed as ANTH 135. (3 hrs. lect. per week) SSCI 193V Cooperative Education (1–4) Instructor approval required. This course will provide students with the opportunity to acquire on-the-job experience related to classroom and laboratory instruction in the Social Sciences. Students may enroll 4 times for a maximum of 12 credits. (5 hrs. work experience per week per credit) SSCI 250 Gender and Society (3) An introduction to social science perspectives and research findings on the effect of sex/gender roles on individuals, their communities and larger social institutions such as family, education, employment and government. (3 hrs. lect. per week)

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