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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    prepares individuals for positions in the telecommunications networking industry This curriculum develops the knowledge to design build install test troubleshoot repair and modify telecommunication and network systems Course work includes basic electricity solid state fundamentals digital concepts microprocessors telecommunications and network systems to ensure students develop skills to perform entry level tasks Emphasis is placed on developing the student s ability to analyze and troubleshoot telecommunications and network systems Graduates should qualify for employment as engineering assistants or electronic technicians with job titles such as electronic engineering technician field service technician maintenance technician network system technician network specialist network systems integrator and network administrator Awards Associate in Applied Science Greensboro day and evening Diploma Greensboro Basic Telecommunications and Network Engineering Technology Certificate Greensboro Advanced Telecommunications and Network Engineering Technology Certificate Greensboro Program Outcomes Upon successful completion of the program the student should be able to Practice successful employability skills in the workplace Demonstrate an understanding of telecommunication and networking concepts Use and explain different operating systems and topologies Install maintain and manage a local wide area network Analyze troubleshoot and repair electronic and telecommunications systems Admissions Criteria Many courses have prerequisites or co requisites check the Course Descriptions section for

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  • Telecommunications & Network Engineering Technology - Associate Degree (Day) - Guilford Technical Community College
    043 March 15 GTCC Trustees Name New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Associate of Applied Science Greensboro Day Option Advising Code A40400 DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 121 090 RED 090 ENG CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra EGR 131 Introduction to Electronic Technology 2 ELC 131 DC AC Circuits Analysis 5 TNE 111 Campus Networks I 3 MAT 121 Algebra Trigonometry I 3 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 Spring Semester I CET 111 Computer Upgrade Repair I 3 CET 130 Operating System Principals 3 MAT 122 Algebra Trigonometry II 3 ELN 133 Digital Electronics 4 TNE 121 Campus Networks II 3 Summer Term I Technical Elective 1 4 CET 125 Voice Data Cabling 3 TNE 250 Introduction to Telecom Networks 3 Fall Semester II Technical Elective 3 TNE 255 Network Servers 3 TNE 251 Advanced Telecom Networks 3 Social Behavioral Science Elective 3 ENG 114 Professional Research Report 3 Spring Semester II TNE 241 Network Management 3 TNE 242 Data Network Design 3 COM 231 Public Speaking 3 ELN

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  • Telecommunications & Network Engineering Technology - Associate Degree (Evening) - Guilford Technical Community College
    New Campus After Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Associate of Applied Science Greensboro Evening Option Advising Code A40400 DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 121 090 RED 090 ENG CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra MAT 121 Algebra Trigonometry I 3 TNE 111 Campus Networks I 3 Social Behavioral Science Elective 3 Spring Semester I EGR 131 Introduction to Electronics Tech 2 TNE 121 Campus Networks II 3 MAT 122 Algebra Trigonometry II 3 Summer Term I CET 125 Voice Data Cabling 3 Technical Elective 3 Fall Semester II ELC 131 DC AC Circuits Analysis 5 CET 111 Computer Upgrade Repair I 3 Humanities Fine Arts Elective 3 Spring Semester II ELN 133 Digital Electronics 4 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 COM 231 Public Speaking 3 Summer Term II TNE 241 Network Management 3 TNE 250 Introduction to Telecom Networks 3 Fall Semester III CET 130 Operating System Principles 3 ENG 114 Professional Research Reporting 3 TNE 251 Advanced Telecom Networks 3 Spring Semester III ELN 249 Digital Communications 3 TNE 242 Data

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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    design and sod production Coursework includes turfgrass management irrigation ornamental horticulture soil science entomology plant pathology as well as courses in communications computers and the social sciences Graduates should qualify for employment at golf courses local state and national parks sports complexes highway vegetation and turf maintenance companies and private and public gardens Graduates should also be prepared to take the examination for the North Carolina pesticide licenses N C Certified Plantsman and N C Landscape Contractors Registration Board License Awards Associate in Applied Science Greensboro day and evening Diploma Greensboro day and evening Turfgrass Management Certificate Greensboro day and evening Landscape Design Certificate Greensboro day and evening Landscape Maintenance Certificate Greensboro day and evening Program Outcomes Upon successful completion of the Turfgrass Management program the graduate should be able to Practice successful employability skills in the workplace Establish maintain and troubleshoot turfgrass areas Implement cultural practices of evaluating weather conditions aeration top dressing and seeding Irrigate turf areas according to soil type and water resource regulations Maintain turf equipment Manage human resources and financial resources Diagnose and implement solutions to turfgrass problems Apply turfgrass chemicals as established by the North Carolina pesticide license board Admissions Criteria Many courses have

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  • Turfgrass Management Technology - Associate Degree - Guilford Technical Community College
    Long Time College President March 15 view all Events view all TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY Associate of Applied Science Greensboro Day Evening Advising Code A15420 DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 110 090 RED 090 ENG CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra TRF 110 Introduction to Turfgrass Cultivation ID 4 TRF 152 Landscape Maintenance 3 TRF 220 Turfgrass Calculations 2 HOR 118 Equipment Operations Maintenance 2 HOR 160 Plant Materials I 3 Humanities Fine Arts Elective 3 Spring Semester I SPA 120 Spanish for the Workplace 3 TRF 210 Turfgrass Equipment Management 3 HOR 114 Landscape Construction 3 HOR 166 Soils and Fertilizers 3 HOR 260 Plant Materials II 3 ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 Summer Term I COE 112 Co op Work Experience 2 LSG 123 Summer Garden Lab 2 TRF 151 Intro Landscape Design 3 Fall Semester II LSG 231 Landscape Supervision 4 TRF 120 Turfgrass Irrigation Design 4 TRF 230 Turfgrass Management Applications 2 MAT 110 Mathematical Measurements 3 ENG 114 Professional Research Reporting 3 Spring Semester II TRF 125 Turfgrass Computer Applications 2 TRF 240 Turfgrass Pest Control 3 TRF

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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    If you re serious about acquiring the skills needed to enter this fast paced world of the Internet then Guilford Tech s Associate in Science degree in Web Technologies is for you The Web Technologies curriculum prepares graduates for careers in the information technology arena using computers and distributed computing to disseminate and collect information via the web Course work in this program covers the terminology and use of computers network devices networks servers databases applications programming languages as well as web applications site development and design Studies will provide opportunity for students to learn related industry standards Awards Associate in Applied Science Jamestown day Basic Certificate Jamestown day and evening Program Outcomes Graduates should qualify for career opportunities as designers administrators or developers in the areas of web applications websites web services and related areas of distributed computing Upon successful completion of this program you should be able to Design code test and debug WEB language programs graphics and scripts Design and build a database driven web site using a combination of techniques Design create maintain and promote commercial Internet intranet web sites using the latest software design techniques and e commerce tools and techniques Plan install manage and administer web server hardware and its related software Create programs for web interactivity and gateway interface using the industry standard programming languages Create and manage a web delivered interrelational database Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills Demonstrate a working knowledge of computing concepts components and basic office applications Demonstrate proficiency in the use of current web development tools Pass industry certification tests related to web fundamentals development administration and or programming Typical Tasks May Include Building maintaining and updating traditional customer web pages Designing and building data base driven dynamic web sites Creating web graphics and movies Performing web

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  • Web Technologies - Associate Degree - Guilford Technical Community College
    Advising Code A25290 DEVELOPMENTAL PRE REQUISITE COURSES Reading Writing Mathematics 070 RED 070 ENG 060 MAT 080 RED 080 ENG 070 MAT for MAT 140 090 RED 090 ENG CURRICULUM COURSES Fall Semester I Course Hrs Gra ACA 111 College Student Success or 1 ACA 112 Intro to Distance Learning 1 CIS 110 Introduction to Computers 3 CIS 115 Intro to Prog Logic 3 DBA 110 Database Concepts 3 NOS 110 Operating System Concepts 3 WEB 110 Internet Web Fundamentals 3 Spring Semester I ENG 111 Expository Writing 3 WEB 111 Intro to Web Graphics 3 WEB 115 Web Markup and Scripting 3 WEB 140 Web Development Tools 3 WEB 180 Active Server Pages 3 Summer Term I NET 110 Networking Concepts 3 Technical Elective 3 Fall Semester II ENG 114 Professional Research and Reporting 3 MAT 140 Survey of Mathematics 3 WEB 120 Intro Internet Multimedia 3 WEB 210 Web Design 3 WEB 230 Implementing Web Server 3 WEB 250 Database Driven Websites 3 Spring Semester II WEB 289 Internet Technologies Project 3 COM 120 Intro to Interpersonal Communication 3 CTS 115 Info Sys Bus Concepts 3 SEC 110 Security Concepts 3 Humanities Fine Arts 3 Social Behavior Science

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  • Guilford Technical Community College | Listing of Programs - Guilford Technical Community College
    applications essential for successful employment in the welding and metal industry Instruction includes consumable and non consumable electrode welding and cutting processes Courses in math blueprint reading metallurgy welding inspection and destructive and non destructive testing provide the student with industry standard skills developed through classroom training and practical application Successful graduates of the Welding Technology curriculum may be employed as entry level technicians in welding and metalworking industries Career opportunities also exist in construction manufacturing fabrication sales quality control supervision and welding related self employment Awards Diploma Jamestown day Certificate Jamestown day and evening Program Outcomes Emphasis is placed on developing the skills necessary to obtain certification in Gas Metal Arc gas tungsten arc and shielded metal arc welding of plate and pipe Upon successful completion of the Welding program the graduate should be able to Set up oxyacetylene equipment and cut metals using oxyacetylene plasma arc and carbon arc equipment Set up and weld metals using shielded metal arc gas tungsten arc and gas metal arc equipment Identify metals and read drawings Perform miscellaneous welding activities Practice safety in the workplace Admissions Criteria Many courses have prerequisites or co requisites check the Course Descriptions section for details Admissions

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