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Technical Drawing for Interior Designers | INDS | 1319

An Introduction to reading and preparing technical construction drawings for interior design, including plans, elevations, details, schedules, dimensions and lettering.

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Technical Writing Cooperative Education | ENGL | 2389

A cooperative study effort integrating classroom study with work experience that enables students to learn more about organizational functions. Students also have the opportunity to learn about occupational roles in their fields as their supervising employers cooperate with the College to insure a blend of work and study.

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Techniques of Game Art | GAME | 2378

A study of industry-used, game-art techniques and its applications of 3D game art assets.

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Technology for Translation & Interpretation | TRAI | 1271

This course is an introduction to the equipment and electronic tools used by professional translators and interpreters throughout their workflow.

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Technology for Translation and Interpretation | TRAI | 1072

This course is an introduction to the equipment and electronic tools used by professional translators and interpreters throughout their work flow.

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Telecommunications Transmission Media | EECT | 1440

Fundamentals of telecommunications media, including installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Topics address media characteristics and connectorization.

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Telephone Systems | EECT | 2433

Study of installation and maintenance systems including telephone set, public switched networks, local exchanges, networks, two- and four-wire systems, tip and ringing requirements, and digital transmission techniques.

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Television Production I | COMM | 1336

A concentrated course in the theory and application of principles, procedures, and techniques of television production. Uses lecture and laboratory setting with supervision by faculty.

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Television Production II | COMM | 1337

The preparation and directing of television programs with emphasis on the creative application of broadcast principles and informational techniques. Uses lecture and laboratory setting with supervision by faculty.

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Television Production | RTVB | 2335

Pre-production, production, and post-production process involved in multiple-camera studios. Includes advanced instruction in camera operation, lighting, audio, and television directing.

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