CMT 206 Construction Estimating, 3 hours (3-0-0) The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the principles and practices used in estimating construction costs. Emphasis will be on a methodical approach to estimating each cost element of a construction project. Upon completion of this course the student will know the methods and procedures used in estimating, making quantity surveys from working drawings, developing unit costs, developing subcontractor costs, and will be able to identify the major considerations involved in the total pricing of a construction project. (2-3-0) The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the tools and techniques used to plan, schedule and control a construction project. Students will learn how to prepare Gantt Charts and schedules using the Critical Path Method, Precedence Networks, PERT, GERT and the Linear Scheduling Method. Special emphasis will be placed on using scheduling software. Upon completion, the student will be able to prepare project schedules using various scheduling tools and technology, allocate and level resources, maintain and update a project schedule, and resolve construction delay claims. CMT 208 Project Planning and Scheduling


COS 111 Introduction to Cosmetology, 3 hours


Corequisite: COS 112 Introduction to Cosmetology Lab This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the history and development of cosmetology and standards of professional behavior. Students receive basic information regarding principles and practices of infection control, diseases, and disorders. Additionally students receive introductory information regarding hair design. The information presented in this course is enhanced by hands-on application performed in a controlled lab environment. Upon completion, students should be able to apply safety rules and regulations and write procedures for skills identified in this course. CORE

COS 112 Introduction to Cosmetology Lab, 3 hours


Corequisite: COS 111 Introduction to Cosmetology In this course, students are provided the practical experience for sanitation, shampooing, hair shaping, and hairstyling. Emphasis is placed on sterilization, shampooing, hair shaping, and hair styling for various types of hair for men and women. This course offers opportunities for students to put into practice concepts learned in the theory component from COS 111. CORE

COS 113 Theory of Chemical Services, 3 hours


Corequisite: COS 114 Chemical Services Lab During this course students learn concepts of theory of chemical services related to the chemical hair texturing. Specific topics include basics of chemistry and electricity, properties of the hair and scalp, and chemical texture services. Safety considerations are emphasized throughout this course. This course is foundational for other courses providing more detailed instruction on these topics. CORE


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