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Students will learn the basic terminology and basic bio-mechanical principles of orthopaedic traction, different types of traction, traction set-up and application, necessary equipment needed for orthopaedic traction, complications and contraindications. Students will also learn various custom orthopaedic devices, positioning of the patient, complications and contraindications of custom back bracing, and different brace fitting techniques. Modifying, customizing, […]
April 29, 2020
In this class students will be introduced to the world of Orthopaedics. Students will get an in depth look into diverse Orthopaedic settings, learn appropriate social skills and how to communicate effectively with Orthopaedic surgeons, patients and colleagues. They will also learn time management, stress relief, geriatric care, pediatric care, patient awareness and ethical diversity. […]
Please note: This course is not currently being offered.A general engineering study of the hybrid vehicle design and its impact on the environment and industry. Engineering principles such as vehicle dynamics, energy conversion, energy storage, lightweight and composite materials, power transmission, basic electronics, and thermal management will be applied to a hybrid vehicle. Topics will […]
November 18, 2019
Please note: This course is not currently being offered.A continuation of MCET 101C into topics of Computer-Aided Drawing and Design (CAD). The CAD training will include detailing, assembly drawings, Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD & T) and 3D solid modeling.
November 17, 2019
Please note: This course is not currently being offered.The first of three course sequence aimed at developing the principles of graphic communication. Technical sketching, industrial print reading and Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) training are presented concurrently. Topics covered include sketching techniques, lettering, orthographic projections, pictorials, auxiliary views, sectioning, dimensioning, tolerancing, fastening techniques and working drawings.
A capstone experience in which students will create an independent body of work and demonstrate their ability, present it in a professional manner, document the artwork photographically, curate their exhibition, and write their Artist Statement. The work from the Capstone Exhibition will also be included in the student’s Program Exit Portfolio. The student will select […]
November 15, 2019
In this second level of ceramics, students will be asked to develop a body of artwork that reflects a growing understanding of building techniques and surface treatment. The development of personal direction and an individual artistic voice will be stressed. Projects will be concept driven, expecting students to be able to visually and verbally demonstrate […]
This course is designed to help the student who has basic darkroom and exposure/development skills further her/his understanding of the principles and techniques of black and white photography. Assignments will focus on both technical and aesthetic concerns. Class topics include still life composition, the use of fiber paper, toning, studio lighting, portraiture, street photography, photojournalism, […]
This course involves further development of skills and concepts covered in FA 120 (Introduction to Oil Painting) while emphasizing individual expression within the parameters of structured studio projects. This course is intended to advance the student’s understanding of visual organization and design through the development of a personal painting vocabulary. (Prerequisite: VRTS 120C.)
This advanced drawing class builds upon the aesthetic, technical, and conceptual foundation established in Introduction to Drawing (VRTS 101C) with an emphasis on the human form. The student will aim to develop a knowledge of and a sensitivity to the structure, anatomy, and expressive qualities of the human form in a variety of ways including […]
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