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MTE 2062
Mar Corrosion & Crrsn Prevent
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. Basic
theory of galvanic, electrolysis, fatigue,
biological, cavitation and chemical
corrosion. The zinc sacrificial and the
impressed current commercial corrosion
control systems are demonstrated.
Composition, structure, application
and evaluation of commercial classes
of protective coatings for metals,
proper metal preparation, and coating
application are covered. New corrosion
laboratory has an extensive collection
of marine corrosion examples for
demonstration. Students are given
individual projects on several different
metals and coating materials.
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 Caterpiller, Detroit Diesel,
Yanmar, Cummins, Volvo, Perkins and
other engines. Using manufacturers
literature, each student in lab will submit
written reports on engines condition,
parts list, and measurements.
MTE 1042C
Marine Diesel Systems
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
MTE 1166C
Marine Ignition & Fuel Systems
This course addresses the theory,
operation and service of up-to-date
fuel and ignition systems as well as
conventional systems and focuses
upon characteristics of fuels and their
oil mixture, fuel systems, safety, marine
carburetors, tank construction and
correct installation. In-depth study
of 2- and 4-cycle carburetor repair
and service. Ignition system and
troubleshooting using test equipment
and the (K&D) Dynometer. Use of factory
service manuals and special tools will be
MTE 2541C
Mrn Auxiliary Equip Servicing
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
MTE 2883
One Hundred Ton Gross Master
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
MTE 1653C
Shielded Metal ArcWelding
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) CertifiedWelder
(CW) certificate.
MAC 2311
Calculus & Analytic Geometry 1
This course begins with the study
of limits, continuity, derivatives, and
applications. The course ends with the
study of antiderivatives and applications
of the definite integral to area under a
curve. This course is taught with analytic
geometry throughout.
MAC 2312
Calculus & Analytic Geometry 2
This course includes but is not limited to
the study of applications of the definite
integral, derivatives and integrals
involving exponential, logarithmic,
trigonometric, and hyperbolic functions
and their inverses and the study of
formal methods of integration.
MAC 2233
Calculus for Business Majors
This course is for business students.
Major topics include limits,
differentiation and integration of
algebraic functions, exponential and
logarithmic functions, areas, and
applications of the preceding topics to
problems in business.
MAC 1105
College Algebra
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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