Mar 22, 2018  
2016-2017 Technical College of the Lowcountry - Catalog/Student Handbook 
2016-2017 Technical College of the Lowcountry - Catalog/Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Industrial Technologies Division

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Applied Science - Building Construction Technology

Program Description: The Building Construction Technology certificate program prepares students for employment in construction and construction-related industries. Students are trained in all phases of residential and light commercial construction through a combination of classroom and practical application experiences.

Building Construction Technology Certificates

Certificates: Basic Construction Technician, Finishing Electrician, Foundations/Framing/Restorations, Green Residential Construction Management, Indoor Environmental Quality, Plumbing, Rough-In Electrician, Solar Photovoltaic Technician, Solar Thermal Technician.

Applied Science - Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CAD)

Program Description: Computer Aided Design and Drafting program offers students an opportunity to become an integral part of the design workforce by either simply being a CAD operator or by evolving as a design technician in a specialized field such as Architectural, Civil and Mechanical Engineering.

Computer Aided Design Certificates

Certificates: Architectural Design Technician I, Architectural Design Technician II, Basic Design Technician, Civil Design Technician, Introduction to Engineering Design, and Mechanical Design Technician.

Civil Engineering Technology Certificates

Certificates: Civil Engineering Management, Engineering Surveying, Highway Engineering.

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Certificates: Commercial Refrigeration, Designing HVAC Systems, and Heat Pump.

Industrial Electronics Technology Certificates

Certificates: A+ Computer Servicing, Basic Audio-Video Production, Digital Home Technology Integration, Network Administrator, and Network Engineer. 

Students interested in the A+ Computer Servicing, Basic Audio-Video Production, Computer Networking Technology, Network Administrator, or Network Engineer certificates must have completed the following procedures: Candidates must have taken the ASSET/ACCUPLACER academic evaluation and be qualified for Critical Reading (RDG 100 ). This may be substituted with an official college transcript demonstrating the certificate candidate has successfully completed English Composition I (ENG 101 ) with a letter grade of “C” or better. Candidates for Computer Networking Technology certificates must be in the final stages of completing all prerequisite courses or proof of computer networking experience. The experience should be equal to one year of on-the-job experience and be in a written form on company letterhead. All documentation must be in place prior to general college registration.

Applied Science - Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate

Certificate: Basic Industrial Systems Technology

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