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and 4 cycle carburetor repair and service
and ignition and fuel troubleshooting using
test equipment, computer testing and the
dynometer.
Mar Eng Install & Repower Proc
MTE 1180C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. Theory
and hands-on experience of actual engine
installations for inboard, sterndrives, jetdrives
and outboards. Complete installation
ncluding controls and instruments will be
covered.
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.
Fiberglassing Theory
MTE 1301
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This course
introduces the student to the care, handling
and safety of fiberglass resins and instruction
in materials and equipment planning
using U.S. Coast Guard regulations for boat
designing.
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.
Shielded Metal ArcWelding
MTE 1653C
This course will enable the student to
safely use the shielded metal arc welding
process in the; 1g, 2g, 3g & 4g positions
using; E-6011, E-6013, E-7014, & E-7018
electrodes. The student will interpret welding
symbols, demonstrate the ability to identify
and use the correct filler metals using
intermediate SMAW techniques. This course
also introduces the student to the basic
concepts of metal fabrication, finishing,
and fixture techniques. The focus of this
course is to prepare the student for an
American Welding society (AWS) Certified
Welder (CW) certificate.
Basic Seamanship
MTE 1811
This course is not ordinarily counted in
the Associate in Arts degree. Fundamentals
of small boat handling, chart reading, rules of
the road, rigging, safety and boat licensing.
Hands-on plotting with local charts, practical
knots and other rope work. Weather
permitting on the water practice.
Diesel Eng Test Trbsht Proc
MTE 2058C
This course is not ordinarily
counted in the Associate in Arts degree.
Lecture-laboratory course in preventive
maintenance. Designed to give the
student an understanding of the value of
instrumentation, and the factory approved
procedures for installation and operation
of components. Emphasis on ability to
recognize and identify gear and bearing
failures, and to name the cause of failure.
Also ability to distinguish between harmless
faults and those that indicate an initial stage
of failure. The laboratory employs electronic
diesel engines equipped with up-to-date
computerized testing instrumentation.
Mar Prop Gasoline Eng Trbsht
MTE 2072C
This course is designed to help the
Marine Technician develop the skills and
knowledge necessary to accurately analyze,
diagnose and repair problems that affect
the performance of a boat. During the
conduct of this course students will reinforce
skills and understanding developed in
previous courses, and relates these to
operating condition changes. The use of
troubleshooting aids and service manuals
will also be emphasized in this course. Use of
factory service manuals and special tools will
be emphasized.
Mrn Grcs, Outdrvs &
Transms Sy
MTE 2234C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This course
emphasizes large outboard lower units,
stern drives and marine gear assemblies
including Borg-Warner, and Twin Disc for use
on engines to 500 H.P. Focus will be upon the
function of gears, gearing, bearings, and seals
relating this information to the schematics of
transmissions found in the service manuals.
Complete disassembly and reassembly
procedures on all outboard lower units
including mechanical, Alpha I, Bravo I, Cobra,
King Cobra, Volvo gear cases using special
tools and shimming procedures. Study of
hydraulics in transmission of Borg-Warner,
Twin Disc. In depth theory of propellers and
selection, using manufacturer’s information.
Mrn Auxiliary Equip Servicing
MTE 2541C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This course
provides an introduction to pumps, DC/AC
electricity and generators; hydraulics; LP
gas systems, solar power, marine sanitation
devices, air conditioning and refrigeration,
and other topics of interest to mariners.
Within each unit, theory of operation and
fundamentals of servicing are taught with a
strong emphasis on techniques. Stern drive
and outboard power Tilt and Trim operations
and repairs.
AdvancedWelding Techniques
MTE 2652C
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This course
provides practice in advanced welding
techniques in TIG and MIG welding and
includes repairing aluminum parts on marine
engines. Provides practice of skills in vertical
overhead welding using destructive and
nondestructive testing. Emphasis is upon
welding design, construction and special
welding projects.
One Hundred Ton Gross Master
MTE 2883
This course does not ordinarily count
towards the Associate in Arts degree. The
purpose of this course is to allow a USCG
licensed captain to upgrade from OUPV (6
pack) to 100 Gross Tons Master. The primary
topics covered in this course include rigging,
cargo handling, structural members, stability
and trim, compass error and adjustment,
pollution, fire fighting, communications
regulations, maritime law, life saving and
survival, anchoring and towing, small vessel
passenger regulations, and rules of the road.
Upon successful completion of this course
the attendee will be able to pass the USCG
approved 100 GT Master Exam, offered at the
end of the course.
Mathematics
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 beapplied to practical
situations. A graphing calculator is required
for this course.