This course covers basic hydraulic theory and application. The student will learn the basics of engineering and servicing marine type systems to include tanks, lines, pumps, motors, controls, and rams. Emphasis will be placed on marine hydraulic machinery and steering systems.
This course will cover marine clutches, reduction gears and stern drives. Students will get an overview of proper service and basic maintenance of the above plus power trains associated with jet drives. Labs will concentrate on trouble shooting and field repairs of the components involved in marine drive trains with special emphasis on marine transmissions.
This course is designed to provide the participant an overview of proper marine wiring including wire selection, looming, termination, fusing and boat grounding circuits from voltage source to electrical loads. Both AC and DC circuits will be covered and taught to ABYC standards.
This course will look at 2 and 4 cycle outboards, personal watercraft (jet skis), and their related systems. Students will perform basic maintenance, and their related systems. Students will perform basic maintenance and winterization, spring start-up, and troubleshooting. This course will be an overview of common maintenance and field repair procedures, not specific to one brand of manufacturer.
In this course, the student explores the many techniques and talents that contribute to a theatrical performance. Voice, movement, scene study, lighting, set design and costuming are emphasized. All the aspects of performance are explored in workshop and class environments. Theater professionals who are currently working in the performing arts offer direction and instruction. The focus of this course will be on the entirety of production, from first reading to final performance.
In this course, the student is challenged to design a set, create a costume, run lights and be a part of the creativity of theatrical production. Behind the scenes will take center stage as the disciplines and techniques of technical theater are explored over the course of a summer theatrical season. Students are given the opportunity to experience the community of theater and take part in the creative efforts of a professional production staff in the production of a season of live theater.
This course introduces students to the social reality of crime, criminal behavior, and law as each of these relates to the criminal justice system. Students examine the role of law enforcement, prosecution, defense, court system, corrections, and juvenile justice at various levels. Students are challenged to expand both their knowledge and appreciation of the criminal justice system through arranged visits to courts, detention facilities and working law enforcement agencies.