ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (AAAS) [EPC:612]
Summer 2013 - Spring 2014
Overview: ******Ron Rooks 509 527 3655 ron.rooks@wwcc.edu*********** Minimum 30 credits required from WWCC with a GPA 2.0. Students may graduate under the catalog in force at the time of entry, if continuously enrolled. Minimum of 18 related instruction credits required for the degree and 9 for the certificate. Application for this degree must be made by the student in the Office of Admissions and Records
Minimum Total Credits Required: 103.0

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First Year: Certificate Requirements
Credits: 33.0
Completion of these requirements and 9 credits of related instruction needed for a one year certificate in engineering graphics.
ENGR& 104 Intro to Design
Course Id Title Credits
CET 103 ENGINEERING CONCEPTS AND PROBLEMS 5.0
ENGR& 104 INTRO TO DESIGN 5.0
ENGR& 111
Course Id Title Credits
CET 141 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 4.0 (var)
CET 149 BLUEPRINT READING 3.0
ENGR& 111 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 1 4.0
ENT 121
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CET 151 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING AND DESIGN 3.0
ENT 121 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING AND DESIGN 3.0
ENT 131
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CET 242 PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS 4.0
ENT 131 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS 4.0
ENT 161
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CET 160 ELEMENTARY SURVEYING 6.0
ENT 161 ELEMENTARY SURVEYING 3.0
ENT 122
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CET 152 ADVANCED CADD PROBLEMS 3.0
ENT 122 ADVANCED COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 3.0
ENT 141
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CET 100 ESTIMATING 3.0
ENT 141 ESTIMATING 3.0
ENT 162
Course Id Title Credits
ENT 162 INTERMEDIATE SURVEYING 5.0
ENT ELECTIVES
ENT Elective: CS 110 is highly recommended; any ENT or ENGR& course; CS 121 or higher; MATH& 141 or higher; OCSUP 107 or higher; PHYS& 114 or higher; WTM 112 or higher. The elective course must be in addition to the listed required courses
Course Id Title Credits
CET 142 ADVANCED ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 4.0
CET 143 DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY 4.0
CET 149 BLUEPRINT READING 3.0
CET 150 MAP AND TOPOGRAHIC DRAFT 4.0 (var)
CET 153 VERSACAD 3.0
CET 250 INTRO TO GIS 3.0
CET 251 ADVANCED GIS 3.0
CET 260 MAP AND TOPO DRAFTING 5.0 (var)
CS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND APPLICATIONS 5.0
CS 121 PROBLEM SOLVING WITH PROGRAMMING 5.0
CS 125 OPERATING SYSTEMS 5.0
CS 130 PC SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE I 5.0
CS 131 COMPUTER SCIENCE I C++ 5.0
CS 140 JAVASCRIPT SPECIALIST 5.0
CS 141 COMPUTER SCIENCE I JAVA 5.0
CS 191 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE 5.0 (var)
CS 192 COOPERATIVE SEMINAR 3.0 (var)
CS 200 DESKTOP PUBLISHING 5.0
CS 205 ELECTRONIC PRINT PRODUCTION 5.0
CS 210 ADVANCED COMPUTER DESIGN 5.0
CS 215 DESKTOP PUBLISHING 5.0
CS 220 DIGITAL IMAGING FOUNDATIONS 5.0
CS 221 INTRO TO DIGITAL AUDIO/VIDEO 5.0
CS 222 DESKTOP PUBLISHING INDESIGN 5.0
CS 223 PHOTOSHOP 5.0
CS 224 COMPUTER ILLUSTRATION (ILLUSTRATOR) 5.0
CS 225 DIGITAL DESIGN FROM A GAMING PERSPECTIVE 5.0 (var)
CS 226 WEB DESIGN SPECIALIST I 5.0
CS 227 WEB DESIGN SPECIALIST II 5.0
CS 228 WEB DESIGN SPECIALIST III 5.0
CS 229 DYNAMIC WEBSITE DESIGN WITH PHP MySQL 5.0 (var)
CS 230 VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING 5.0
CS 231 APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT 5.0
CS 235 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE DESIGN AND THEORY 5.0
CS 240 APPLICATION INTEGRATION USING VBA 5.0
CS 241 PROGRAMMING II (JAVA/C++) 5.0
CS 242 ADVANCED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT 5.0
CS 245 ADVANCED DATABASE DEVELOPMENT 5.0
CS 246 SQL AND RELATIONAL DATABASE PROGRAMMING 5.0
CS 250 SITE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE HTML V 5.0
CS 251 ADVANCED COMPUTER DESIGN 5.0
CS 253 WEBSERVER MANAGEMENT 5.0
CS 254 DIGITAL IMAGING PORTFOLIO 5.0
CS 255 MACINTOSH OPERATING SYSTEM 5.0
CS 260 UNIX/LINUS OPERATING SYSTEMS 5.0
CS 262 PC SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE II 5.0
CS 265 CCNA 1 5.0
CS 266 CCNA 2 5.0
CS 267 CCNA 3 5.0
CS 268 CCNA 4 5.0
CS 269 CCNP I 5.0
CS 270 CCNP 2 5.0
CS 271 CCNP 3 5.0
CS 272 CCNP 4 5.0
CS 275 WINDOWS CLIENT 5.0
CS 276 WINDOWS SERVER 5.0
CS 277 FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORK SECURITY 5.0
CS 278 WINDOWS SERVER INFRASTRUCTURE 5.0
CS 280 NOVELL SUSE SERVER 5.0
CS 290 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN (CRITICAL THINKING) 5.0
CT 105 OVERVIEW OF ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS 5.0
CT 121 COMPUTER SOFTWARE PRINCIPLES 5.0
CT 122 INTERMEDIATE MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 5.0
CT 125 INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES 5.0
CT 130 STRUCTURED PROBLEM SOLVING 5.0
CT 131 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE 5.0
CT 133 OPERATING SYSTEMS 5.0
CT 136 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING 5.0
CT 137 WINDOWS CLIENT 5.0
CT 145 UNIX/LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS 5.0
CT 146 CCNA 1: NETWORKING BASICS 5.0
CT 147 CCNA 2: ROUTERS AND ROUTING BASICS 5.0
CT 150 VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING 5.0
CT 161 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE DESIGN AND THEORY 5.0
CT 162 DATA STRUCTURES 5.0
CT 170 COBOL 5.0
CT 175 DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE 5.0
CT 180 JAVA PROGRAMMING 5.0
CT 211 WORD PROCESSING APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT 5.0
CT 221 SPREADSHEET APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT 5.0
CT 225 WEB PAGE DESIGN 5.0
CT 229 NETWORKS 3.0
CT 231 DOCUMENT DESIGN LAYOUT 5.0 (var)
CT 240 ASSEMBLEY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING 5.0
CT 241 ADVANCED DATABASE DEVELOPMENT 5.0
CT 243 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS 5.0
CT 245 TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND DIAGNOSTICS 5.0
CT 248 CCNA 3:SWITCHING BASICS AND INTERMEDIATE ROUTING 5.0
CT 249 CCNA 4: WAN TECHNOLOGIES 5.0
CT 250 APPLICATION INTEGRATION USING VBA 5.0
CT 251 ADVANCED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT 5.0
CT 260 ADVANCED PASCAL 5.0
CT 261 SQL AND RELATIONAL DATABASE PROGRAMMING 5.0
CT 264 COMPUTER GRAPHICS I 5.0
CT 265 COMPUTER GRAPHICS II 5.0
CT 270 FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORK SECURITY 5.0
CT 272 WINDOWS 2003 SERVER NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE 5.0
CT 275 CCNP I: ADVANCED ROUTING 5.0
CT 276 CCNP 2: REMOTE ACCESS 5.0
CT 277 CCNP 3: MULTI-LAYER SWITCHING 5.0
CT 278 CCNP 4: NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING 5.0
CT 282 WEBSITE MANAGEMENT 5.0 (var)
CT 284 MULTIMEDIA AUTHORING 5.0
CT 288 MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION 5.0
CT 290 COMPUTER SYSTEMS DESIGN 5.0
CT 294 WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ADMINISTRATION 5.0
CT 295 NETWARE ADMINISTRATION 5.0
CT 296 TECHNICAL PROJECTS LAB 5.0 (var)
ENGR& 112 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 2 4.0
ENGR& 214 STATICS 5.0
ENGR& 215 DYNAMICS 5.0
ENGR& 225 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 5.0
ENT 112 BLUEPRINT READING 2.0
ENT 123 COMPUTER AIDED 3-D MODELING 3.0
ENT 150 INTRO TO GIS 3.0
ENT 151 ADVANCED GIS 3.0
ENT 191 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE 18.0 (var)
ENT 192 COOPERATIVE SEMINAR 2.0
ENT 199 SPECIAL TOPICS 5.0 (var)
ENT 202 CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION 3.0
ENT 297 SPECIAL PROJECTS 18.0 (var)
MATH 109 PRECALCULUS I 5.0
MATH 110 PRECALCULUS II 5.0
MATH 115 FINITE MATHEMATICS 5.0
MATH 120 MATH FOR LIBERAL ARTS 5.0
MATH 121 SURVEY OF CALCULUS 5.0
MATH 124 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I 5.0
MATH 125 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II 5.0
MATH 126 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III 5.0
MATH 201 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 5.0
MATH 205 MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS I 5.0
MATH 206 MATHEMATICS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS II 5.0
MATH 220 LINEAR ALGEBRA 5.0
MATH 224 CALCULUS & ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY IV 5.0
MATH 238 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 5.0
MATH& 141 PRECALCULUS I 5.0
MATH& 142 PRECALCULUS II 5.0
MATH& 148 BUSINESS CALCULUS 5.0
MATH& 151 CALCULUS I 5.0
MATH& 152 CALCULUS II 5.0
MATH& 153 CALCULUS III 5.0
MATH& 254 CALCULUS IV 5.0
OCSUP 107 QUANTITATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING FOR THE TRADES II 5.0
OCSUP 108 APPLIED MATHEMATICS II 5.0
PHYS 121 COLLEGE PHYSICS I 5.0
PHYS 122 COLLEGE PHYSICS II 5.0
PHYS 123 COLLEGE PHYSICS III 5.0
PHYS 201 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING I 5.0
PHYS 202 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING II 5.0
PHYS 203 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING III 5.0
PHYS& 114 GENERAL PHYSICS I WITH LAB 5.0
PHYS& 115 GENERAL PHYSICS II WITH LAB 5.0
PHYS& 116 GENERAL PHYSICS III WITH LAB 5.0
PHYS& 121 GENERAL PHYSICS I WITH LAB 5.0
PHYS& 122 GENERAL PHYSICS II WITH LAB 5.0
PHYS& 123 GENERAL PHYSICS III WITH LAB 5.0
PHYS& 221 ENGINEERING PHYSICS I WITH LAB 5.0
PHYS& 222 ENGR PHYSICS II W/LAB 5.0
PHYS& 223 ENGR PHYSICS III w/LAB 5.0
WTM 112 IRRIGATION PRINCIPLES 5.0 (var)
WTM 112A IRRIGATION SYSTEM COMP 1.0
WTM 112B PERFORMANCE AND INSTALL 1.0
WTM 112C HYDRAULICS AND SOIL 1.0
WTM 112D PLANT WATER USE 1.0
WTM 112E SPECIAL IRRIGATION APP 1.0
WTM 135 CULTURES OF WATER 5.0
WTM 139 WATERSHED MANAGEMENT 3.0
WTM 139A HYDROLOGIC CYCLE AND CLIMATE CHANGE 1.0
WTM 139B WATERSHEDS AND FUNCTIONS 1.0
WTM 139C WATERSHED PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT 1.0
WTM 141 CENTER PIVOT TROUBLESHOOTING 5.0
WTM 142 CENTER PIVOT TROUBLESHOOTING 4.0
WTM 143 TURF AND LANDSCAPE TROUBLESHOOTING 3.0 (var)
WTM 172 IRRIGATION BLUEPRINTS 4.0 (var)
WTM 180 DEVELOPING PUBLIC/PRIVATE RELATIONS 2.0 (var)
WTM 190 WATER QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY 5.0
WTM 191 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE 25.0 (var)
WTM 192 COOPERATIVE SEMINAR 2.0 (var)
WTM 199 SPECIAL TOPICS 10.0 (var)
WTM 199A SPECIAL PROBLEMS 6.0 (var)
WTM 199B SPECIAL PROBLEMS 6.0 (var)
WTM 199C SPECIAL PROBLEMS 6.0 (var)
WTM 199D SPECIAL PROBLEMS 6.0 (var)
WTM 199E SPECIAL PROBLEMS 6.0 (var)
WTM 199F SPECIAL PROBLEMS 6.0 (var)
WTM 200 FIELD BOTANY 5.0
WTM 204 WATER POLICY 3.0
WTM 220 DRIP IRRIGATION 3.0 (var)
WTM 220A DRIP IRRIGATION-DRIP METHODS AND PLANT WATER NEE 3.0 (var)
WTM 220B DRIP IRRIGATION-DRIP COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS 3.0 (var)
WTM 220C DRIP IRRIGATION-DESIGN 3.0 (var)
WTM 221 PUMP APPLICATIONS 3.0 (var)
WTM 225 ADVANCED IRRIGATION DESIGN 4.0
WTM 225A HYDRAULICS AND BASIC DESIGN 2.0
WTM 225B IRRIGATION DESIGNS 2.0
WTM 225C SPECIALIZED DESIGN 2.0
WTM 229 METHODS IN FISH BIOLOGY 5.0
WTM 230 WATER AND ENERGY CONSERVATION 3.0 (var)
WTM 230A CONSERVATION TOOLS AND PROGRAMS 3.0 (var)
WTM 230B PUMP ENERGY CAPITAL COST ANALYSIS 3.0
WTM 230C IRRIGATION SYSTEM ECONOMICS 3.0
WTM 239 WATERSHED PROCESSES AND RESTORATION 5.0
WTM 241 ADVANCED IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 5.0
WTM 291 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE II 25.0 (var)
WTM 292 COOPERATIVE SEMINAR II 2.0 (var)
WTM 297 SPECIAL PROJECTS 18.0 (var)
WTM 299 LEADERSHIP 1.0
AAAS: Degree Requirements
Credits: 48.0
Required courses for degree
ENT 163
Course Id Title Credits
CET 161 ADVANCED SURVEYING 6.0
ENT 163 ADVANCED SURVEYING 5.0
ENT 211
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CET 223 HYDRAULICS 5.0
ENT 211 HYDRAULICS 5.0
ENT 221
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CET 220 ENGINEERING MECHANICS-STATICS 5.0
ENT 221 ENGINEERING MECHANICS-STATICS 5.0
ENT 132
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CET 224 SOIL MECHANICS FOR CONSTRUCTION 4.0
ENT 132 SOIL MECHANICS FOR CONSTRUCTION 4.0
ENT 212
Course Id Title Credits
CET 166 INTRODUCTION TO HYDROLOGY 5.0
ENT 212 HYDROLOGY 5.0
ENT 222
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CET 222 ENGINEERING MECHANICS-STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 5.0
ENT 222 ENGINEERING MECHANICS-STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 5.0
ENT 231
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CET 263 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY ENGINEERING 4.0
ENT 231 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY ENGINEERING 4.0
ENT 201
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CET 201 ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 4.0
ENT 201 ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 4.0
ENT 202
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CET 202 CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION 3.0
ENT 202 CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION 3.0
ENT 232
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CET 226 CONCRETE AND ASPHALT PAVEMENTS 3.0
ENT 232 PAVEMENT DESIGN 3.0
ENT 281
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CET 221 ENGINEERING DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS 5.0
ENT 281 ENGINEERING DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS 5.0
Related Instruction Requirements Listed Below:
Credits: 21.0
Written Communication, Oral Communication, Mathematics, Leadership, Human Relations, Job Seeking Skills All required for a degree and at least 9 credits required for a certificate.
Written Communications
Courses: min# 1
ENGL& 101, WRITE 100
Course Id Title Credits
ENG 101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 5.0
ENG 102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 5.0
ENGL& 101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 5.0
ENGL& 102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 5.0
WRITE 100 WRITING IN THE WORKPLACE 3.0
WRITE 110 TECHNICAL WRITING 3.0
Oral Communications
Courses: min# 1
CMST 102, CMST& 220, OCSUP 102
Course Id Title Credits
CMST 102 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3.0
CMST& 220 PUBLIC SPEAKING 5.0
OCSUP 102 ORAL COMMUNICATION IN THE WORKPLACE 3.0
SPCH 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH 5.0
SPCH 102 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS 3.0
Computation / Mathematics
Courses: min# 1
OCSUP 107, OCSUP 108, MATH& 142, 151,152,153
Course Id Title Credits
MATH 110 PRECALCULUS II 5.0
MATH 124 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I 5.0
MATH 125 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II 5.0
MATH 126 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III 5.0
MATH 220 LINEAR ALGEBRA 5.0
MATH 224 CALCULUS & ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY IV 5.0
MATH 238 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 5.0
MATH& 142 PRECALCULUS II 5.0
MATH& 151 CALCULUS I 5.0
MATH& 152 CALCULUS II 5.0
MATH& 153 CALCULUS III 5.0
MATH& 254 CALCULUS IV 5.0
OCSUP 107 QUANTITATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING FOR THE TRADES II 5.0
OCSUP 108 APPLIED MATHEMATICS II 5.0
Leadership
Courses: min# 1
ENT 292, CET 299
Course Id Title Credits
CET 299 LEADERSHIP 1.0
CLS 180 WORKFORCE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 2.0 (var)
ENT 292 LEADERSHIP 2.0
Human Relations
Courses: min# 1
OCSUP 101, PSYC& 100, PSYC 111
Course Id Title Credits
OCSUP 101 JOB PSYCHOLOGY: WORKPLACE AND ED SUCCESS SKILLS 3.0
PSY 101 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 5.0
PSY 111 EFFECTIVE INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS 3.0
PSYC 111 PSYCHOLOGY OF RELATIONSHIPS 3.0
PSYC& 100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 5.0
Job Seeking Skills
Courses: min# 1
AGPR 100, BUS 292, OCSUP 103, PSYC 140
Course Id Title Credits
AGPR 100 ORIENTATION TO AGRICULTURE 3.0
BUS 292 BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SEMINAR III 3.0 (var)
OCSUP 103 JOB SEEKING SKILLS 3.0
PSY 140 CAREER AND LIFE PLANNING 3.0
PSYC 140 CAREER AND LIFE PLANNING 3.0
Minimum Credits Required: 103.0