806-118
 Metal Science
 This is a one-semester course in basic physics and metallurgy principles for the Technical College student. The course reviews accuracy and precision of measurements, introduces calculations with units and conversions within and between systems of measurements, formula rearranging, and applications in problem solving. Basic topics include properties of matter, metallurgy, material properties, material testing, force, motion (linear and circular), energy, power, and simple machines. The topics of heat, electricity, and magnetism are also introduced in the class. Emphasis is placed on the application of the laws and principles of physics to practical problems found in the machine shop and industry.
   

Credits:3
 
Pre-Requisite Class/Test Options
 CourseCourse/TestTest Score
 804-308Shop Mathematics II 
And-COMPASS Reading Skills073
Or-ACT Reading16
Or-ASSET Reading Skills39
Or-AccuPlacer Reading Comp076
Or-Test Waived-College Degree0
Or838-104Intro to College Reading 
Or838-104Intro to College Reading 
Or801-195Written Communication 
Or801-136English Composition 1 
Or801-196Oral/Interpersonal Comm 
Or801-198Speech 
Or804-133Math & Logic 
Or806-110Forensic Sci (Criminalistics) 
Or806-112Principles of Sustainability 
Or806-134General Chemistry 
Or806-139Survey Of Physics 
Or806-154General Physics 1 
Or806-177Gen Anatomy & Physiology 
Or806-186Intro to Biochemistry 
Or806-194Survey of Anatomy & Physiology 
Or806-199Gen, Organic & Bio Chemistry 
Or809-103Think Critically & Creatively 
Or809-166Intro to Ethics: Theory & App 
Or809-172Intro to Diversity Studies 
Or809-188Developmental Psychology 
Or809-195Economics 
Or809-143Microeconomics 
Or809-196Intro to Sociology 
Or809-198Intro to Psychology 
Or809-199Psychology of Human Relations 

    
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