Course Schedules


( IMD 240 ) Multimedia Project Design

Students will take on the role of Multimedia Project Manager in this course. Various team member roles will be discussed as well as planning, costing, designing, producing, and delivering a final product to the client. A fictional client and multimedia project will be given to each student. Students will form a plan, design a budget, set milestones, define deliverables, write a client proposal, create a production schedule, “hire” talent and crew, produce, and deliver the final product, all within the proposed budget. PREREQUISITE: IMD 170 Video Production II; IMD 185 Introduction to Instructional Training Design

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: Z

Seats Available: 14 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC301 08/19/2019 - 12/18/2019 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM M W F Casey Wilson
 

( IMD 252 ) Advanced Media Production

Advanced Media Production will focus on Live Streaming, Broadcasting, and Unmanned Aircrafts. Learn the history of Livestreaming, Broadcasting and focus on the technology of livestreaming and how it is used in today’s businesses. Students will also gain the knowledge to pass the FAA Unmanned Aircraft test. Understanding the rules and laws that exist to help you fly safely in the national airspace that is required to fly an Unmanned Aircraft as a hobbyist or for commercial use. PREREQUISITE: IMD 170 Digital Video Production II, IMD 230 Interactive Multimedia II

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 14 of 15  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC312 08/20/2019 - 12/19/2019 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM T R Casey Wilson
 

( MA 090 ) Principles of Math

The Developmental Math course is a lab class, mastery-based assessment, and learning system. It provides an efficient, effective, and engaging learning experience for each student. The course is designed with the knowledge that every student is different. With the ability to map each student’s unique knowledge state, the course can make these determinations before students begins the course work and then focus on the areas where the students need work. An Initial Knowledge Exam will determine the level for each student and students will then work on the identified areas of attention.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 19 of 21  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M106 08/19/2019 - 12/18/2019 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM M W Paul Cassity
 

( MA 096 ) College Algebra Review

This course is designed to meet the remedial qualifications for Technical Math and College Algebra. The course will include: MA 090 Principles of Math, MA 097 Beginning Algebra, and MA 099 Intermediate Algebra. An Initial Knowledge Exam will determine the level for each student and students will then work on the identified areas of attention.

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 24 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M106 08/19/2019 - 12/18/2019 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM M W Paul Cassity
 

( MA 097 ) Beginning Algebra

This course represents development in algebraic and function concepts above Principles of Mathematics and below Intermediate Algebra. The course includes: a review of number and equation properties, data analysis, interval notation, and scientific notation; a study of function representation, behaviors of the linear, quadratic, absolute value, and square root functions. It also includes a deeper analysis of: arithmetic operations on polynomials, factoring, linear and quadratic equations, and solving equations. An Initial Knowledge Exam will determine the level for each student and students will then work on the identified areas of attention.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 23 of 30  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M106 08/19/2019 - 12/18/2019 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM M W Paul Cassity
 

( MA 099 ) Intermediate Algebra

Students will learn and demonstrate the use of the basics of algebra such as linear equations, inequalities, polynomials and functions, factoring, and quadratic equations. The course is designed to provide the students with the math skills needed in order to succeed in College Algebra. An Initial Knowledge Exam will determine the level for each student and students will then work on the identified areas of attention.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 25 of 30  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M106 08/19/2019 - 12/18/2019 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM M W Paul Cassity
 

( MA 107 ) Technical Mathematics

Students will learn and demonstrate the use of the basics of mathematics, algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Topics will include operations with polynomials, linear equations, systems of equations, right triangle trigonometry and basic statistical concepts. The course is designed to provide the students with the math skills needed to succeed in the technical courses they take. PREREQUISTE: Qualifying placement score on ACT, ACCUPLACER, or similar; MA 097 Beginning Algebra with “C” or better

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 21 of 30  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  JEC J002 08/20/2019 - 12/19/2019 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM T R Paul Cassity

  Section: O

Seats Available: 9 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/19/2019 - 12/20/2019 NA Lori Turner
 

( MA 110 ) College Algebra

Students will perform algebraic functions such as basic operations, products and factoring, linear and quadratic equations, graphs, ratio and proportions, inequalities, logarithms, mathematical induction, permutations, combinations and determinants. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment MAT 1010 PREREQUISITE: Qualifying score on ACT, ACCUPLACER, or similar; MA 099 Intermediate Algebra with “C” or better;

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 19 of 30  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  JEC J002 08/19/2019 - 12/18/2019 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM M W Paul Cassity

  Section: O

Seats Available: 11 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/19/2019 - 12/20/2019 NA Lori Turner
 

( MTE 113 ) Manual Machining I

The student will demonstrate standards of practice and will operate manual mills and lathes to make a series of projects that teach the basics of machine tool operations. This course is a prerequisite to MTE 114 Manual Machining II.

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 18 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T119 08/19/2019 - 10/15/2019 12:15 PM - 03:25 PM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
 

( MTE 114 ) Manual Machining II

The student will demonstrate standards of practice and will operate manual mills and lathes to make a series of advanced projects that teach advanced machine tool operations. Prerequisite: MTE 113 Manual Machining I

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 18 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T119 10/16/2019 - 12/19/2019 12:15 PM - 03:25 PM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
 

( MTE 211 ) Basic Mill and Lathe Programming

The students will choose appropriate tooling, use correct “G” & “M” codes, generate setup sheets and calculate feeds and speeds for mills and lathes. They will translate the assigned blueprints into computer numerical controlled programs.

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 6 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T119 08/19/2019 - 10/15/2019 08:20 AM - 11:10 AM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
 

( MTE 212 ) Computerized Machine Operation

The students will operate the Haas (Mitsubishi) milling center and the Daewoo lathe. They will learn to home the machine, do preventive maintenance, set zero, set tool lengths, and run the preprogrammed assigned projects. PREREQUISITE: MTE 211 Basic Mill & Lathe Programming.

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 6 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T119 10/16/2019 - 12/19/2019 08:20 AM - 11:10 AM M T W R Ronald Cahoone
 

( NET 100 ) Windows Command-Line Interface Fund

Students will utilize DOS commands from the Microsoft Windows command-line interface (CLI) to manipulate the operating system and its file system. This course is an online self-study course delivered through the Internet on the FHTC Online Course website.

1.00 Credit Hour


  Section: O

Seats Available: 4 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/27/2019 - 11/05/2019 NA Adam Starr
 

( NET 115 ) Digital Electronics

Students will evaluate and construct common DC and AC circuits. Students will construct, evaluate, and repair common digital circuits and devices which are used in computers. The student will examine the various components and test equipment used in digital electronics. Extensive hands-on application of circuitry is stressed. This course is required for all Network Technology courses 116 or higher. PREREQUISITE: NET 100 Windows Command-Line Interface Fundamentals (Completion; Concurrent Enrollment; successfully Test-out; or Enrolled in Computer Program Design)

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 1 of 18  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M109 08/19/2019 - 09/25/2019 08:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R F Adam Starr
 

( NET 116 ) PC Servicing & Troubleshooting

Students will analyze the hardware components of a personal computer and evaluate their relative industry standards in terms of features, performance, and cost. They will analyze and evaluate industry-standard operating systems and their relative software components in terms of features, performance, and cost. Students will perform installations and upgrades of hardware and software components of the PC and demonstrate preventive maintenance techniques on these components. They will interact with customers in order to troubleshoot and repair malfunctioning customer’s PCs. This course is preparatory for the A+ essentials certification exam. This course is required for all Network Technology courses 117 or higher. PREREQUISITE: NET 115 Digital Electronics

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 1 of 18  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M109 09/26/2019 - 11/01/2019 08:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R F Adam Starr
 

( NET 117 ) Network Concepts

Students will examine the essentials of computer networking by comparing and contrasting industry-standard network models, services, transmission media, protocols, and architectures. They will design and construct computer networks using these models, services, transmission media, protocols, and architectures. Students will also analyze common maintenance, troubleshooting, and security practices used in modern networks. This course is preparatory for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam. This course is required for all Network Technology courses 200 or higher. PREREQUISITE: NET 116 PC Servicing and Troubleshooting

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 1 of 18  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M109 11/04/2019 - 12/20/2019 08:10 AM - 11:31 AM M T W R F Adam Starr
 

( NET 235 ) Virtual Datacenters

Students will install, configure, and manage a server virtualization platform. They will then install and configure virtual servers using the server virtualization platform. Students will also install, configure, and manage a SAN (Storage Area Network). Prerequisite: NET 117 Networking Concepts

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 17 of 26  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M103 08/19/2019 - 10/15/2019 12:15 PM - 03:36 PM M T W R Kyle Sumpter
 

( NET 236 ) Virtual Datacenters II

Students will install, configure, and manage both Microsoft SQL and Exchange virtual servers. They will also install, configure, and manage a virtual desktop infrastructure. Students will then use the virtual desktop infrastructure to install and configure virtual desktop clients. Prerequisite: NET 235 Virtual Datacenters

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 17 of 26  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M103 10/16/2019 - 12/19/2019 12:15 PM - 03:36 PM M T W R Kyle Sumpter
 

( NET 274 ) Network Security

Students will examine the essentials of computer network security by analyzing and demonstrating the risks and threats to an organization’s data and exploring the methods and technologies used to safeguard this data. This course is preparatory for the CompTIA Security+ certification exam. Prerequisites: NET 275 Microsoft Server Administration II, NET 273 Linux Administration II, NET 282 Cisco Network Administration II

5.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 7 of 11  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M107 08/19/2019 - 12/20/2019 12:15 PM - 03:36 PM M W F Adam Starr
 

( NET 276 ) Microsoft Server Administration III

Students will examine and perform advanced administrative tasks utilized by network administrators on a Microsoft Windows network using Windows servers and Active Directory. This course is preparatory for a Microsoft server certification exam. Prerequisite: NET 275 Microsoft Server Administration II

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 7 of 11  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M107 08/20/2019 - 11/07/2019 12:15 PM - 03:36 PM T R Alan Minor
 

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