MET 1010 - Introduction to Meteorology
Prerequisites: MAT 1033 CR C or A02 021 or S02 480 or CPTE 098 or FCTM 375 or PRTM 123
Basic physical principles used in explaining the structure of the atmosphere, weather processes, and storms. Elements
of weather observations, weather instruments and reporting. This course provides background for those who can utilize
meteorology in their weather related activities.
MGF 1106 - Mathematics for Liberal Arts I
Prerequisites: ( A03 018 and A01 017 ) or ( CPTR 083 and CPTL 083 ) or S01 440 or FCTR 355 ) or ( PRTR 104 and PRTL
099 ) and ( MAT 1033 CR C or A02 021 or S02 480 or CPTE 098 ) or FCTM 375 or PRTM 123 ( ENC 1101 CR C
This course is intended to familiarize the student with useful, realistic approaches to solving real-world problems.
Applications are selected to best fit the needs and interests of the class. An introductory but relatively thorough look at
linear programming, from a geometric point of view through computer-based models, is emphasized. The remaining
portion provides the fundamentals of set theory, combinations and permutations, probability theory and other related
MKA 2621 - The Business of Diving
Prerequisites: Advanced Diving certification
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Lecture and practical experience in the areas of dive
shop management to prepare the student to manage all aspects of a modern dive service facility. Course will cover charter
boat operations, retail operations, service operations, training facility operations, and overhead cost control. Nationally
recognized certification as an Advanced Open Water Diver is a requirement for enrollment in this course and will be verified
by the instructor at the first class.
MTE 1001C - Marine Diesel Engine Overhaul
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. A lecture-lab course on two and four cycle diesel
engines, from 5 to 1800 HP. Overview of all important construction features, types of engines, and relationship of engine
parts. Laboratory consists of disassembling, inspecting and assembling Caterpillar, Detroit Diesel, Yanmar, Cummins, Volvo,
Perkins and other engines. Using manufacturer’s literature, each student in lab will submit written reports on engines
condition, parts list, and measurements.
MTE 1042C - Marine Diesel Systems
Prerequisites: Passing MTE 1001C and MTE 1400C with a C or higher (CR C)
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This course covers theory, design, and preventive
maintenance of the air intake, exhaust, lubrication, and cooling systems. Subject matter includes USCG, ABYC, NFPA and
other design, functions, and servicing of filters, blowers, turbo chargers, oil and water pumps, exhaust manifolds and
elbows, oil coolers, and heat exchangers; how to select oils and coolants; and use of diagnostic tools, engine room designs.
This course covers electronic diesel systems.