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Marine Technology
Applied Marine Electricity
MTE 1400C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree.
Basic electrical theory for A/C &
D/C circuits in marine systems.
Application of electrical theory to
the generating, starting and auxiliary
circuits of the marine engine.
Emphasis on theory of operation and
repair of equipment in the field with
special attention to marine problems
in a salt-water environment.
Marine 4-Cycle Gasoline Engine
MTE 2043C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. A
lecture-laboratory course on four-
cycle in-line and v-type inboard
gasoline engines. Lab includes
troubleshooting, disassembly, and
inspection and cleaning of various
types of inboard gas engines by
General Motors, Ford, Mercruiser and
Volvo Penta. Preparation of technical
job work order for the procurement
of replacement parts, installing new
parts, assembly and checking with
the correct instruments is part of the
lab.
Diesel Eng Test Trbsht Proc
MTE 2058C
Designed to give the student an
understanding of the value of proper
diagnosis and fault codes. Also
the factory approved procedures
for diagnosis and operation of
components; an emphasis on the
ability to recognize and identify
gear and bearing faulures, and
to name the cause of the failure.
Additionally the ability to distinguish
between harmless faults and
those that indicate an initial stage
of failure; there will also be some
troubleshooting with the aid of hand
held diagnostic tools and laptops.
Use of factory service manuals and
special tools will be emphasized.
Gas and ElectricWelding
MTE 1651C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree.
Provides basic welding knowledge
and skills necessary to make repairs
on ferrous metals used in the marine
industry. Emphasis on metallurgy
and uses of metals. The course is
designed for the student with no
welding background and includes
the safety and theory of gas welding,
metal cutting, brazing with brass
and silver alloys, AC/DC ARC welding
stick, and introduction to aluminum
TIG and MIG welding.
2 & 4 Cycle Outbrd Rep &
Maint
MTE 1053C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree.
A basic, two-cycle and four-cycle
gasoline outboard engine course in
terminology, fasteners, hand tools,
measuring instruments and special
tools. Laboratory consists of each
student--individually--disassembling,
inspecting and assembling outboard
power heads. Using manufacturers’
literature, each student in lab must
submit a written report setting forth
every part name, function, condition,
part number and cost, as well as
special tools or procedures used on
each power head.
Intro to Fiberglass Boat
Manuf
MTE 1300C
This is an introductory course to
marine fiberglass boat construction.
The course covers cleaning
and preparation of a mold, gel
coating and layup of the hull with
stringer and transom, additionally
manufacturing of decks and floors
will be covered and if time allows
demonstrated.
Mathematics
Developmental
Mathematics I
MAT 0018
Topics include: whole numbers;
integers; fractions; decimals;
decimals and percents; geometry;
pre-algebra.
Developmental
Mathematics II
MAT 0028
Topics include: exponents and
polynomials; factoring; radicals,
rationals; linear equations; graphing.
College Algebra
MAC 1105
This course is a study of functions
and their properties. The functions
studied include polynomials,
rational, absolute value, radical,
exponential, and logarithmic.
Properties include functional
notation, domains, ranges, graphs,
operations, and inverses. Application
problems are designed so that they
can be applied to practical situations.
A graphing calculator is required for
this course.
College Algebra
MAC 1105
This course is a study of functions
and their properties. The functions
studied include polynomials,
rational, absolute value, radical,
exponential, and logarithmic.
Properties include functional
notation, domains, ranges, graphs,
operations, and inverses. Application
problems are designed so that they
can be applied to practical situations.
A graphing calculator is required for
this course.
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