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2015-2016 College Catalog
Three Rivers Community College
   
 
  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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TCN* K101 - Introduction to Engineering Technology


3 CREDIT HOURS
Corequisites: ENG* K096 ; MAT* K095  or MAT* K095I . Please note: if completing ENG* K096  prior to enrolling in TCN* K101, a grade of “C#” or better is required for registration into this course.
The course begins college level technological studies and shows the potential of further education and careers in technology fields. In particular the course introduces students to: the history of technology; the various fields of technology; the purpose and application of technology; the ethics of technology, and the limits and failures of technology. The course is team taught by technol­ogy faculty from several disciplines at the college with frequent guest speakers from local industry, government agencies, and other educational institutions. The course is composed of modules containing projects based on problems and challenges faced by local industry and case studies drawn from technology education resources such as NETEC, the South Carolina Advanced Technology Education Center for Excellence, and the Manufacturing Education Resource Center. Field trips and laboratory exercises give students opportunities to carry out measurements and apply technological principles. Measurement results will be used in the paired algebra course and in class and homework exercises.



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