PLA Course Subjects
Prior Learning Assessment Course Subjects
- Computer Repair II: Peripherals (ELM-152) 3.00 s.h.
- This is the second of a series of courses designed to teach troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of computer systems. Using diagnostic procedures and study guides, the student will learn to locate faults in monitors, disk drives and printers. After learning to locate the faults, the student will receive instruction in the replacement of the faculty components.
- Computer Repair III: Component Level (ELM-251) 3.00 s.h.
- This is the third of a series of courses designed to teach troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of computer systems. Using proper instrumentation, such as meters, oscilloscopes and logic analyzers, the student will learn to isolate faults to the component level of computer system boards. The student will be instructed in the proper methods of replacing parts and repairing faults on circuit boards.
- Computer Repair I: Module Level (ELM-151) 3.00 s.h.
- This is the first of a series of courses designed to teach troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of computer systems. Using diagnostic software and a study guide, the student will systematically learn to locate faulty lowest repairable modules varying from individual chips to peripheral devices. After learning the hands-on skills needed, the student will be instructed in replacement of the faulty modules. All electrical knowledge needed for completion of the above tasks will be taught within the course.
- Diesel Engine Repair (AUM-170) 3.00 s.h.
- Diesel engine principles emphasizing maintenance and tune-up and operating principles of distributor and multiple pump-type fuel systems.
- Arboriculture I (HOR-331) 3.00 s.h.
- Theory and practice of shade and ornamental trees. Techniques of climbing, pruning, bracing, cabin fertilization, bark repair, and cavity repair.
- Engineering and Systems Logistics (OPM-325) 3.00 s.h.
- Engineering and Systems Logistics. This course rigorously treats the process of providing logistic support to a system, e.g., a fleet of aircraft or an atomic energy plants. Students are taught that logistics support, including spare parts, repair parts, repair capability, maintainability factors, and reliability factors, must be considered in the design of a system, and that acquisition, operating, & support costs must be considered in total for good decision making. All dimensions of logistics, incl. reliability maintainability, in the system life cycle are considered.
- Fabrication I (ART-105) 3.00 s.h.
- Introduction to understanding scientific glassware and the skills necessary for fabrication and repair.
- Fabrication II (ART-106) 3.00 s.h.
- Continued study of the understanding of scientific glassware and the skills necessary for fabrication and repair.
- Biomedical Instrumentation I (ELB-312) 3.00 s.h.
- A study of preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of the instrumentation used in diagnostic, treatment and monitoring systems.
- Fundamental Avionic Systems (ELA-202) 3.00 s.h.
- Principles of avionic maintenance, hardware care, use of special tools, and repair of wiring and associated test equipment.
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