b'scheduling, and techniques in costdehumidification during coatinginterpreting, and understanding analysis.(3,2,2)operations. It also discusses surfaceblueprints. The students will develop preparation of nonferrous and otheran understanding of the different MTA 1654 - Inspectionsurfaces. (3,2,2)types, sizes, and parts of various Fundamentalsdrawings as they relate to the sheet MTA 1673 - Spray Paintingmetal craft. (3,2,2) Credit(s): 4MTA 1743 - Fundamentals of Credit(s): 3 lnspection Fundamentals provides anDrafting for Maritime introduction to coating specificSpray Painting provides an structures, inspection of coatingintroduction of the use of coatingCredit(s): 3 operations, government regulationssystems for the protection of steel affecting the coating industry,surfaces, how coating concreteFundamentals and principles of programmed painting, quality controlsurfaces differs from coating steel,drafting to provide the basic for protective coatings projects, anddescribes powder coating materials,background needed for all other coating failures. It allows forapplication methods, substrates, anddrafting courses. (3,2,2) apprentices to develop knowledge andcuring techniques. It continues with skill to reinforce attitudes andhow metalizing is used to protect steelMTA 2274 - Marine behaviors for preparing surfaces andfrom corrosion and describes sealing and top coating to provide optimumPipefitting applying coatings to specific structures, standard industrycorrosion protection. It covers all inspection methods used in coatingscoating application methods andCredit(s): 4 operations, government regulationsadvantage and limitations of each. It that impact the coatings industry,covers the types of equipmentInstructional methods include lecture, aspects of designed programmedtypically used for successfulassessment exercises, and possible painting systems to provide formaintenance painting and finishes offlab(s) for performance checks. Marine structural protection, quality controlwith the different types of industrialPipefitting will provide an methods for good coatingand light industrial/commercial paintintroduction to pipe & related performance and those coatingshops, their methods of operations,materials, types of pipe & pipe failures that may occur when qualitvand their advantages and limitationsfittings, pipe fabrication angle control is lacking. (4,2,4)when compared to on-site fieldcalculations, fundamentals of painting.(3,2,2)fabrication, advanced pipe fabrication, MTA 1663 - Surfacein-line specialties, and special piping. MTA 1684 - Introduction to(4,2,4) Preparation Insulation MTA 2643 - Naval Credit(s): 3Architecture and Ship Credit(s): 4 Instructional methods include lecture,Structures for Maritime assessment exercises, and possibleThis course provides the fundamentals mock-up style exercises (field- of layout, cutting, forming, andCredit(s): 3 trip/labs/hands-on) for performancefabrication of insulation used on checks. Surface Preparation providesvarious types of piping systems,This course provides in-depth insight an overview of steel surfaceventilation systems, and the hull of theinto the overall shipbuilding process.preparation, hand and power toolmarine vessel. (4,3,2)(3,2,2) cleaning, nonmetallic abrasives, metallic abrasives, abrasive air blastMTA 1693 - BlueprintMTA 2664 - Marine Systems cleaning, centrifugal blast cleaning,Reading for Sheet MetalIntegration for Maritime wet abrasive blast and pressurized water cleaning (Water jetting), the effects of soluble salts on protectiveCredit(s): 3Credit(s): 4 coatings, other methods of surface preparation, solvent and pre-cleaning,This course is an introduction to theThe course will place an emphasis on fundamentals of blueprints, reading,the integration of hull and machinery 333'