Courses

BIOL 1001 - 03  Special Problems in Science     Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to three hours.   Maximum credit three hours.
BIOL 1011 Career Opportunities in Science   Orients students to college life.  Proper use of time and how to develop study habits.  How to keep notes and make note cards.  Acquaints students with various fields of science and opportunities offered to the graduate.
BIOL 1114 Introductory Biology: Populations, Ecosystems  Biological principles and philosophies and their application to structures, functions and relationships among plants and animals, and their relation to the everyday life of man. Life is interpreted as an integrative process which results in a dynamic whol
BIOL 1203 Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology   A survey of the major systems of the human body with emphasis on anatomy and related terminology. Less emphasis will be placed on physiology and chemistry than in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=BIOL+2114" class="gold_hyperlink">BI
BIOL 1404  Plant Biology (Botany) An introduction to plants, their structure, growth, life processes, and response to the forces of nature, with emphasis upon the structure of the various parts of the higher plants.
BIOL 1414  Cellular Physiology A survey of inorganic, organic and biochemistry, from atoms to molecules important to living organisms. Overview of atomic structure, formation of molecules, nomenclature of inorganic and organic compounds, concentrations of solutions, pH, chemical reacti
BIOL 1604  Animal Biology (Zoology) Fundamental concepts of animal life. Roles of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids in cells and organisms. Structure and function of cells and the mechanisms of cell division. Chromosomes, genes and heredity. Introduction to cellular respirat
BIOL 1804 Introduction to Environmental Science A study of ecosystems and the impact of a growing human population on the environment.  The effects of human utilization of the earth’s sustainable and non-renewable resources and energy on the environment.
BIOL 2101 Animal Biology (Zoology) Lab A supplement to Animal Biology (Zoology) 1604.
BIOL 2114  Anatomy and Physiology Introduction to the basic principles of the structure and function of the human body. Emphasis is placed on terminology, the gross anatomy of the human body and the relationship of its system to the normal functioning of the integrated whole. Dissection o
BIOL 2121 Anatomy and Physiology Lab A supplemental lab to Anatomy and Physiology <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=BIOL+2124" class="gold_hyperlink">BIOL 2124</a>.
CHEM 1215  Principles of Chemistry I The first semester of a two semester course designed for (1) students whose major requires only one semester of a non‑survey inorganic chemistry or (2) students whose major requires two semesters of inorganic chemistry at a basic level. The course places 
CHEM 1225  Principles of Chemistry II A continuation of Principles of Chemistry I. Topics covered include states of matter, stoichiometry, solutions, acid base theory, equilibrium, redox, reactions, nuclear chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry. This course completes requirements for 
CHEM 1314 General Chemistry I The first semester of a year’s course in inorganic chemistry. The course is designed for students majoring in the sciences, mathematics, engineering, and certain allied health areas. Both theoretical and descriptive chemistry are utilized. Topics covered 
CHEM 1514 General Chemistry II A continuation of <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=CHEM+1314" class="gold_hyperlink">General Chemistry 1314</a>. Topics covered include intermolecular forces, modern materials, properties of solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical eq
CHEM 2344 Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry The goal of the course is to provide both a sound theoretical background in chemistry and an understanding of the relationship of chemistry to society in general and the health-related professions in particular.  Material included in the course reviews at
CHEM 2345 Organic Chemistry A course designed for students whose major requires one course in organic chemistry (e.g., pre‑veterinary medicine) or students wishing to gain a good fundamental understanding of organic chemistry before taking the normal two‑semester sequence required b
DRFT 1012 Engineering Drawing A fundamental drawing course describing the principles, graphic techniques, skills, and drafting room practices used in the various engineering and design fields. Includes basic mechanical drawing, lettering, geometric construction, multi‑view projection,
DRFT 1013  Engineering Drawing Extended concept of <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=DRFT+1012" class="gold_hyperlink">Engineering Drawing 1012</a>  for those students desiring 3 hours of Engineering credit.
DRFT 1122  Industrial Drafting A fundamental drawing course for drafting majors. Covers the theory of orthographic and pictorial drafting. The basic in line work, lettering, geometric construction, orthographic projection, auxiliaries, sections, dimensioning, tolerancing, isometric pro
DRFT 1124  Architectural Drawing Presents the basic subject matter, order of development, and drafting techniques of architectural drawing. The intention of the course is to develop drafting, not design ability; however, material on simple planning procedures is included to make the over
DRFT 1133  Industrial Drafting The practical part of <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=DRFT+1122" class="gold_hyperlink">Industrial Drafting 1122</a> and the basic course for drafting majors. The major portion of the drawings are completed on the drawing board wit
DRFT 1152 Blueprint Reading Aimed to provide fundamental training in blueprint reading with the necessary emphasis upon the visualization of views of objects. Working blueprints are provided throughout the course to give the student supervised training by doing. The language of the 
DRFT 1223  Computer Aided Drafting and Design I   This is a basic course in computer graphics that uses AUTOCAD software as the main program for execution of orthographic projected drawing problems. Approximately 10% of the class is general information about (C.A.D.) Computer Aided Drafting and 90% on us
DRFT 1843  Descriptive Geometry Science of graphic representation and solution of space problems, with theory of space problems, with theory of orthographics projection as applied to the drawing board. The representation and solution of engineering problems more advanced than those usua
DRFT 2114  Technical Illustration Study of the techniques and procedures necessary for trained draftsmen for positions as technical illustrators. Pictorial drawing are both penciled and inked.  Shading techniques such as line contrast shading, stippling, and smudge shading are employed; s
DRFT 2213 Pipe Drafting Piping drawings, both symbolic and double line as used in the basic piping of refinery and petrochemical plant design. Deals with the drafting of welded type piping and fittings most commonly used in the oil industry.
DRFT 2214 Machine Drafting Advanced Mechanical Drawing Course. Sketches of mechanical drawings are followed with detail and assembly drawings of threads, mechanical fasteners, gears and cam layouts. Theory will also cover bill of materials, positional dimensioning and tolerancing, 
DRFT 2223  Computer Aided Drafting and Design II    Advanced Computer Graphics (CAD) course dealing with orthographic, isometric, and 3D problems using the latest version of AutoCAD software. Assumes the student has a background in the use of a CAD system. Drawing enhancements, dimensioning, attributes, Au
DRFT 2233  Structural Drafting Structural drawing consists of the preparation of design and working drawings of structures composed of steel, concrete, wood and clay products. The main purpose of the course is to teach the basics of structural detailing.
ECON 2013 Introduction to Macroeconomics The primary objective of the macroeconomics course is to increase the student’s awareness of what is meant by economics, to discuss current economic problems facing the nation, to investigate the forces of supply and demand on a national scale, and to pre
ECON 2023 Introduction to Microeconomics The primary objective of the microeconomic course is to increase the student’s awareness of economic issues concerning markets, the price system, the allocation of resources, income distribution, the role of government, the profit motive, and capitalism. 
ELEC 1102 Introduction to Electricity A beginning course designed to develop mathematical skills needed to solve problems in electricity and electronics. Emphasis is on training in how to properly apply these skills to electrical circuits.
ELEC 1103  Essentials of Electricity Electrical basics including direct and alternating currents, motors, generators, solid state devices, electronic circuits, digital electronics, computers and the measurement of electrical properties. For non‑electronic majors.
ELEC 1104 Fundamentals of Electricity Basic electrical phenomena including the atomic structure of electrical materials, basic electrical units, circuits, and components. The course forms a basis for subsequent courses in electronics.
ELEC 1124  Circuit Analysis Characteristics of direct and alternating current circuits, components characteristics, waves, reactance, impedance, resonance, filters, and electrical measurements.
ELEC 1213 Electronic Devices and Amplifiers  A study of semi‑conductors, diodes, transistors (two‑junction, UJT, FET, etc.), thyristers, and integrated circuits.
ELEC 1225  Electronic Amplifiers I A study including construction, biasing and operation of diodes, single BJT and FET amplifiers. Multistage systems, operational amplifiers, feedback amplifiers and oscillator circuits. Prerequisites: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1
ELEC 2144  Digital Electronics Study of logic circuits and math fundamental to computer equipment; also, the application of microprocessor and digital techniques in electronic control and measurement.
ELEC 2153  Introduction to Robotics Addresses robotics at the systems level, emphasizing the total production processes present in industry. Includes basic terminology, Robot Classification, and the industrial applications of robots. Also covered is end‑of‑arm tooling, robot and controller 
ELEC 2214  Communication Circuits & Systems  Analysis and experimentation with transmitters, receivers, data storage and transfer, modulation techniques, transmission antennas and media, etc. This course offers the opportunity for involvement with a radio system and communications principles. Prereq
ELEC 2223  Industrial Electronics Systems and methods used to execute or control mechanical and electrical processes used in industry. Topics include SCR, SCS, UJT, TRIAC, motor speed controls, time delays, etc. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=ELEC+11
ELEC 2254 Microcomputer Electronics An introduction to microprocessor operations and applications. Consists of microprocessor instruction sets, internal registers, operating sequences and associated peripheral hardware. The microprocessors included are the 6800, 6502, 8088, 68000 and 80286 
ELEC 2634 Linear Devices A high level course which allows students to become knowledgeable to work with and design operational amplifier circuits and other linear devices. Students will become knowledgeable in contemporary linear integrated circuits and systems. Prerequisite: Com
ELEC 2732  Electronic Systems Design A study of the typical design approach in product development. This includes cost analysis, circuit design, technical report writing, breadboarding techniques and printed circuit manufacture. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp
ENGR 2113  Statistics  (Technology and Science) Resultants of force systems, static equilibrium or rigid bodies and statics of structure.  Shear and moment diagrams, centroids and moments of inertia.  Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=PHYS+2015" class="gold_hyperlink
ENGR 2123  Elementary Dynamics Particle kinematics and dynamics.  Rigid body kinematics and dynamics.  Force-mass-acceleration, work-energy, and impulse-momentum methods.  Vibrations.  Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=PHYS+2113" class="gold_hyperlin
ENGR 2123  Elementary Dynamics Particle kinematics and dynamics.  Rigid body kinematics and dynamics.  Force-mass-acceleration, work-energy, and impulse-momentum methods.  Vibrations.  Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=ENGR+2113" class="gold_hyperlin
FOR 1001 Natural Resources Field Application  Field observation of professional management on public and private lands. Prerequisite: none.
FOR 1002 Natural Resources Field Application  Field observation of professional management on public and private lands. Prerequisite: none.
FOR 1003 Natural Resources Field Application  Field observation of professional management on public and private lands. Prerequisite: none.
FOR 1114 Elements of Forestry A preview of forestry subjects, including forest resources, agencies, industries, and practices.
FOR 2003  Natural Resources Measurement Introduction to natural resource measurement theory and application designed to familiarize students with methods of quantifying and gathering data on natural ecosystems.
FOR 2013 Resource/Wildland Fire Certification An introduction to the latest tools and technology in natural resource and  fire management.  Each offering will include a National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) certification course.
FOR 2013 Resource/Wildland Fire Certification An introduction to the latest tools and technology in natural resource and  fire management.  Each offering will include a National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) certification course.
FOR 2134 Dendrology  Familiarizes the student with the taxonomy and identification of forest and landscape trees. Classification and scientific names, identification of conifer and hardwood species.
FOR 2223  Wildland Firefighter Qualification Wild and prescribed Fire Techniques and Automated Land Management.  Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FOR+1114" class="gold_hyperlink">FOR 1114</a> or permission of instructor.
MATH 0013  Basic Mathematics Designed to review and improve arithmetic computational skills. Also covers the basic concepts of beginning algebra.
MATH 0013  Basic Mathematics Designed to review and improve arithmetic computational skills. Also covers the basic concepts of beginning algebra.
MATH 0113 Introductory Algebra A study of elementary algebra concepts:  Operations on signed numbers, operations on polynomials, factoring polynomials, linear equations, and linear inequalities. This course does not assume prior knowledge of algebra. May not satisfy baccalaureate degre
MATH 0113  Introductory Algebra A study of elementary algebra concepts: Operations on signed numbers, operations on polynomials, factoring polynomials, linear equations, and linear inequalities. This course does not assume prior knowledge of algebra. May not satisfy baccalaureate degree
MATH 0123 Intermediate Algebra A study of basic concepts of algebra: polynomials, rational expressions, exponents and radicals, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, and systems of simultaneous equations. Designed to prepare students for entry into College Algebra. Pr
MATH 0123  Intermediate Algebra A study of basic concepts of algebra: polynomials, rational expressions, exponents and radicals, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, and systems of simultaneous equations. Designed to prepare students for entry into College Algebra. Pr
MATH 1011  Career Opportunities in Math and Engineering  Orients students to college life. Proper use of time and how to develop study habits. Acquaints students with various fields of Engineering and Science and opportunities offered the graduate
MATH 1021 Engineering Problems Introduction to the scientific graphing calculator and personal computer in solving some basic problems encountered in Engineering.
MATH 1022  Engineering Problems Introduction to the scientific graphing calculator and personal computer software used in problem solving. 
MATH 1483  Mathematical Functions and Their Uses   Analysis of functions from their graphs. Linear, exponential, logarithmic, periodic functions and rates of change. Special emphasis on applications to the natural sciences, agriculture, business and the social sciences. Prerequisite: MATH 0123 or placemen
MATH 1493  General College Math A terminal course in mathematics designed for the liberal arts major. Topics include, but are not limited to: sets and counting, probability, statistics, finance, matrices, linear programming, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations. P
MATH 1513  College Algebra A study of rational expressions, equations, and inequalities in one variable; relations and functions; systems of equations; matrices; and determinants. Prerequisite: MATH 0123 or high school equivalent.
MATH 1613  Trigonometry The development and use of circular and trigonometric functions; relations between the functions; solutions of triangles; complex forms and applications of practical problems. Prerequisite: College MATH 1513 or equivalent. May be taken concurrently with M
MATH 1715  College Algebra and Trigonometry An integrated course in College Algebra 1513 and Trigonometry 1613. This course is especially designed for those students needing additional preparation for the study of calculus. Prerequisite: MATH 1513 or high school equivalent.
MATH 2103  Elementary Calculus Designed for students of business, management, economics, or social science. Differentiation and integration of polynomial exponential and logarithmic functions with business oriented applications. Prerequisite: MATH 1513. No credit for mathematics or pre
MATH 2123  Calculus for Technology Programs I For technology students. Basic analytical geometry; differentiation and integration of elementary functions with applications. Prerequisite: MATH 1513 and MATH 1613, or MATH 1715. No credit for mathematics or pre‑engineering majors.
MATH 2145  Calculus I An introduction to analytical geometry and calculus. Includes analytical geometry of the line, circle and conics introduction to                            the limit concept; differentiation and integration of algebraic functions and their applications. P
MATH 2155  Calculus II A continuation of 2145. Includes trigonometric, exponential, parametric, hyperbolic functions, methods of integration and applications. Prerequisite: MATH 2145.
MATH 2233  Differential Equations A first course in the study of Ordinary Differential Equations. Theory and classical methods of solutions of ordinary differential equations, systems of ordinary differential equations, methods of approximation, applications, and the Laplace Transform. Pr
MATH 2273  Calculus III (Calculus and Analytical Geometry)  A continuation of Calculus 2155. Includes vectors; infinite series; partial derivatives; and multiple integration. Prerequisite: MATH 2155.
MATH 2413  Math Structures I A basic course in mathematics for elementary education majors. An introduction to the origin and history of number systems: number systems of different bases and basic set concepts. Also included is an introduction to symbolic logic, mathematical systems 
MATH 2513  Math Structures II A continuation of MATH 2413. Continues with the development of the basic structure of the real number system. Topics from geometry and elementary probability are covered. 
MATH 2601  Special Problems in Math A seminar for the undergraduate study and research of problems, issues, and trends in mathematics and math education. Includes methods for teaching mathematics principles. Fulfills requirements for continuing education of Oklahoma elementary and secondary
MCRO 2103 Survey of Microbiology A study of infectious disease with emphasis on bacteria for those preparing for the surgical technology program or anyone interested in learning about infectious disease. No prerequisites. Does not replace Microbiology 2124 nor satisfy the microbiology re
MCRO 2124 Introduction to Microbiology Introduction to the basic structure and physiology of microorganisms with emphasis on bacteria. This course will also include a study of specific microorganisms, the interaction between microbe and host, microorganisms and human disease, and applied micro
MCRO 2301  Introduction to Microbiology Lab A supplement to Microbiology 2124.
MFG 1113 Arc & Gas Welding Theory and practice of oxy-acetylene welding, arc welding, and oxy-acetylene cutting.  The course includes the study of arc welding equipment, oxy-acetylene equipment, electrodes, and welding supplies.
MFG 2233 TIG Welding Tungsten Inert Gas Arc Welding. Welds are made using mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Prerequisite: MFG 1113.
MFG 2243 Welding — MIG Wire feed processes including Metallic Inert Gas, Submerged and Flux Cored. The wire feed processes are taught utilizing semi‑automatic and fully automatic equipment.
MFG 2253 Applied Welding Practical application of the principles and skills learned in Welding 1113, 1133, 1123, 2233, and 2243. Projects and various jobs are used to provide experiences in repair and fabrication. The course also includes pipe layout, cast iron welding and hard s
PHYS 0123  Fundamentals of Science Designed to prepare students for entry into a college level Science course, placing emphasis on physical and biological sciences at the pre‑collegiate level.
PHYS 0123  Fundamentals of Science Designed to prepare students for entry into a college level Science course, placing emphasis on physical and biological sciences at the pre‑collegiate level.
PHYS 1014  General Physical Science This course is designed as an introductory survey course designed to meet the needs of the student required to specifically take the general physical science course (e.g., elementary education majors). Additionally, the course will meet the general educat
PHYS 1104  Introductory Astronomy An introduction to the concepts, both historical and modern, of astronomy.  Topics include the solar system, telescopes, star properties, stellar evolution, galaxies, cosmology and exobiology.  Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in MATH 0123 or above.
PHYS 1114  Principles of Physics I For those students needing a laboratory science. Not for pre‑engineers. A study of mechanics, fluid mechanics, and wave mechanics. Experiments are designed to supplement class work. Prerequisite: MATH 1513.  MATH 1613 recommended but not required.
PHYS 1214  Principles of Physics II A study of thermal physics, electricity and magnetism, and optics.  Prerequisite: PHYS 1114.
PHYS 2015  Engineering Physics I Physics for math, chemistry, physics and pre‑engineering majors. Includes topics from mechanics and fluid mechanics.  Emphasis will be placed on solving applied problems. Prerequisite: MATH 2145 or concurrent enrollment in MATH 2145. 
PHYS 2115  Engineering Physics II Continuation of 2015. Includes topics from thermal physics and electricity and magnetism. Prerequisite: PHYS 2015, MATH 2145.
PLAS 1103  Industrial Materials Structures, physical, and mechanical properties of industrial materials used in the manufacturing processes. Methods of testing industrial materials; methods of production of metals.
PLAS 1114   General Plastics Provides basic knowledge of the plastics industry, the plastics materials involved in the processing techniques that are used to make plastics products. Prerequisite: None
PLAS 1213   Plastics Testing Provides a basic knowledge of the physical and mechanical testing procedures used to evaluate plastics in industry today.
PLAS 2323  Statics Study of forces at rest and their analysis as they relate to structural systems and machine elements; forces, moment of force, distributed forces, reactions, free‑body diagrams, friction, internal forces, and moments of inertia applications.
TEC  1113 Machine Tool Practices  Provides a basic knowledge of machining fundamentals. Students will learn how different types of metal working machines operate by using lathes, vertical mills, horizontal mills, and surface grinders.
TEC  1123  Machine Technology Fundamental process on standard machines, such as turning, boring, shaping, milling, cutting threads, and other types of work done in a modern machine shop. Prerequisite: TEC 1112 or 1113.
TEC 1001 Special Problems – Technology Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
TEC 1002 Special Problems – Technology Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
TEC 1003 Special Problems – Technology Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
TEC 1004 Special Problems – Technology Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
TEC 1011  Career Opportunities in Technology Orients students to college life. Proper use of time and how to develop study habits. Acquaints students with the opportunity to assess their interest, skills personality characteristics and values and learn how these personal qualities relate to career d
TEC 1012 Introduction to Integrated Studies An orientation course designed to provide an industry overview as well as generalized skills.  This course may be taken in any industrial specialty where the student desires to acquire basic skills in a wide range of areas.  This course relates to any tec
TEC 1013 Adult and Experiential Learning Provides instruction and guidance for nontraditional students interested in applying for college credit for prior training and learning experiences.  The course includes a blend of traditional instruction and self-paced learning.  Enrollment in this cours
TEC 1022 Safety An orientation to the safety associated with the industry.  Focuses on business/industrial safety in the work place.
TEC 1032 Equipment/Tool Operation and Management An orientation to the specialized equipment/tools within the class and industry.  Focuses on the proper use of equipment/tools.
TEC 1033  Beginning Applications Skills development in an applied setting.  Beginning level techniques are developed through design and completion of projects.
TEC 1045  Beginning Applications Skills development in an applied setting.  Beginning level techniques are developed through design and completion of projects.
TEC 1053 Intermediate Applications Skills development in an applied setting.  Intermediate level techniques are developed through design and completion of projects.
TEC 1065  Intermediate Applications Skills development in an applied setting.  Intermediate level techniques are developed through design and completion of projects.
TEC 1112 Machine Tool Practices Use of common machine shop tools and machines.
TEC 1133 Basic Layout and Measurement  Concerned with the principles, tools and techniques involved in laying out the configurations that most of our structures and                             devices assume.
TEC 1213 Mechanisms, Drives An introductory treatment of modern mechanical drives, combining the elements of mechanical theory with those of practicality. The topics treated include various gear drive configurations employing spur, bevel, and helical gears, belt drives of several ty
TEC 2001 - 2006 Field Experience in Technology On the job experience for students in Technology. Technology apprentice training.
TEC 2023 Advanced Applications Skills development in an applied setting.  Advanced level techniques are developed through design and completion of projects.
TEC 2035 Advanced Applications  Skills development in an applied setting.  Beginning level techniques are developed through design and completion of projects.
TEC 2043 Special Topics Topics that deal with important issues within the industry.  Includes problem solving techniques, troubleshooting, etc.
TEC 2053 Industrial Safety An introductory course designed to familiarize the student with various aspects of safety and loss control fundamentals. Major topics to be covered during the course include OSHA, loss control, workers compensation, accident investigation, safety inspecti
TEC 2055 Special Topics Topics that deal with important issues within the industry.  Includes problem solving techniques, troubleshooting, etc.
TEC 2063  Special Projects Advanced skills used in the work on special projects related to a student career goals.
TEC 2075 Special Projects Advanced skills used in the work on special projects related to a student career goals.
TEC 2083 Job Readiness Development of skills in job seeking and keeping.  The course prepares the student with successful techniques for finding gainful employment and in progressing once on the job.
TEC 2093 Field Internship A capstone course designed to integrate academic and technical lectures and labs with business and industry work experience.
TEC 2106 Field Internship A capstone course designed to integrate academic and technical lectures and labs with business and industry work experience.
TEC 2353  Basic Machine Tool Design A basic course in tool design to provide training in a high skill trade. Students gain knowledge in the precise technology of making tools used in industry.
TEC 2363  Advanced Machine Tool Design This is a course in advanced tool design to supplement the Basic Tool Design course. Allows students to continue to develop skills in the tool making trades.