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School of Trades & Technology

THE CROWN SCHOOL OF TRADES AND TECHNOLOGY IS ONE OF A KIND. In the heart of a thriving Christian college, students are being trained to become skilled technicians in job sectors where over 600,000 jobs are currently available in America.

Students receive all the technical preparation necessary, and additionally benefit from being a part of the spiritual environment on the Crown campus and taking a core of Bible courses from The Crown College. Nowhere else can one find such a unique educational opportunity for trades training. 

James Zenker

Executive Vice President, School of Trades and Technology

 

The Crown School of Trades and Technology is separately authorized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission as a post-secondary technical training institution in the state of Tennessee. Being housed on The Crown College campus, its students are able to participate in unison with Crown College students in social activities and also in spiritual activities such as church attendance, chapel meetings, community ministry involvement, and much more. Discover more about The Crown School of Trades and Technology by visiting www.CrownTradesandTech.com.

Auto/Diesel Technology

Associate of Applied Science

This two-year competency-based program is designed to prepare students to become proficient, entry level position technicians in both gas and diesel systems. Thorough classroom and hands-on training using techniques and industry standard tools for computer diagnostics, engine overhaul, transmissions, brakes, steering, suspensions, electronics and all other systems and subsystems for cars, light, medium and heavy-duty trucks.

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI101

Old Testament Survey

3

BU141

Office Computer Applications

3

CM121

Personal Evangelism

2

OR100

Freshman Orientation

1

TAD100

Introduction to Automotive Service

3

TAD130

Power Fundamentals with Engine Overhaul I

3

TAD170

Electrical Systems

3

 

Credit hours:

18

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI102

New Testament Survey

3

CM132

Living the Christian Life

2

SC401

Creation Science

3

TAD120

Hydraulic Brakes

3

TAD140

Steering and Suspensions

3

TAD150

Power Trains I

3

TAD191

Internship I

1

 

Credit hours:

18

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI211

Bible Doctrine I

3

BU111

Business Communications

3

MA122

Introductory Algebra

3

PS101

Introduction to Psychology

3

TAD192

Internship II

1

TAD260

Diesel Fuel Systems

3

TAD262

Fuel, Ignition and Emission Systems

3

TAD271

Heating and Air Conditioning Systems

2

 

Credit hours:

21

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI212

Bible Doctrine II

3

BU273

Principles of Management

4

OR400

Senior Forum

1

TAD EL

Trades Elective

3

TAD193

Internship III

1

TAD220

Heavy Duty Brakes

3

TAD250

Power Trains II

3

 

Credit hours:

18

Welding Technology

Associate of Applied Science

This two-year competency-based program is designed to prepare students to become proficient, entry level Welding Technicians, demonstrating the skills needed to perform welding techniques used in manufacturing and fabrication industries. Welders use hand-welding or flame-cutting equipment to weld or join metal components or to fill holes, indentations, or seams of fabricated metal products. Welding processes learned include MIG, TIG, and Stick/ARC, TIG stainless steel and aluminum welding, fabrication, and flex core and pipe welding.

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI101

Old Testament Survey

3

BU141

Office Computer Applications

3

CM121

Personal Evangelism

2

OR100

Freshman Orientation 

1

WLD100

Welding and Cutting Fundamentals

3

WLD120

Shop Orientation and Safety

2

WLD130

Basic Arc Welding

3

WLD171

Blue Print Reading

1

 

Credit hours:

18

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI102

New Testament Survey

3

CM132

Living the Christian Life

2

MA123

Introductory Algebra

3

WLD140

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)

3

WLD150

Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)

3

WLD260

Arc Welding II

2

WLD271

Advanced Blue Print Reading

1

 

Credit hours:

17

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI211

Bible Doctrine I

3

BU111

Business Communications

3

PS101

Introduction to Psychology

3

WLD220

Adv. Gas Metal Welding (MIG)

3

WLD262

Adv. Tungsten and Arc Welding (TIG)

3

WLD290

Pipe Welding and Fitting

3

 

Credit Hours:

18

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI211

Bible Doctrine II

3

BU273

Principles of Management

4

SC401

Creation Science

3

OR400

Senior Forum

1

WLD250

Fabrication Processes

3

WLD295

Advanced Welding

3

 

Credit Hours:

17

HVAC Technology

Associate of Applied Science

This two-year competency-based program is designed to prepare students to become proficient, entry level HVAC Technicians, demonstrating the skills needed to install, maintain and troubleshoot today’s complex heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems, including residential and light commercial. The program also incorporates an understanding of environmental issues and indoor air quality standards that are associated with the HVAC industry.

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI101

Old Testament Survey

3

BU141

Office Computer Applications

3

CM121

Personal Evangelism

2

MA122

Introductory Algebra

3

OR100

Freshman Orientation

1

HVA101

Safety, Tools, and Service Techniques

3

HVA102

Basic Electricity

3

HVA116

HVAC Shop I

3

 Credit Hours:

21

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI102

New Testament Survey

3

CM132

Living the Christian Life

2

PS101

Introduction to Psychology

3

HVA203

Fundamentals of Refrigeration

3

HVA216

HVAC Shop II

3

HVA221

Basic A/C

3

HVA190

Internship I

1

 

Credit Hours:

18

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI211

Bible Doctrine I

3

BU111

Business Communications

3

SC401

Creation Science

3

HVA230

Air Properties

3

HVA316

HVAC Shop III

3

HVA340

Automatic Controls

3

HVA290

Internship II

1

 

Credit Hours:

19

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI212

Bible Doctrine II

3

BU273

Principles of Management

4

OR400

Senior Forum

1

HVA390

Internship III

1

HVA410

Heat Pumps

3

HVA416

HVAC Shop IV

3

HVA460

Commercial Refrigeration

3

 

Credit Hours:

18

Cosmetology

Associate of Applied Science

This two-year competency-based program provides students skills needed to work in today’s salon and beauty industry: product knowledge, safety, Cosmetology State Board rules and regulations, hair structure and chemistry, hair coloring, nail and skin care, chemical texturing, design, sculpting for men and women, customer service, and salon management.

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI101

Old Testament Survey

3

BU141

Office Computer Applications

3

PS101

Introduction to Psychology

3

CM121

Personal Evangelism

2

OR100

Freshman Orientation

1

COS111

Cosmetology Concepts I

4

COS112

Cosmetology Salon I

5

 

Credit Hours:

21

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI102

New Testament Survey

3

CM132

Living the Christian Life

2

COS223

Trichology & Chemistry I

3

COS211

Cosmetology Concepts II

4

COS212

Cosmetology Salon II

5

COS213

Hair Coloring

4

 

Credit Hours:

21

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI211

Bible Doctrine I

3

BU111

Business Communications

3

COS323

Trichology and Chemistry II

3

COS311

Cosmetology Concepts III

4

COS312

Cosmetology Salon III

5

COS423

Advanced Sculpting and Design

3

 

Credit Hours:

21

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI212

Bible Doctrine II

3

BU273

Principles of Management

4

SC401

Creation Science

3

OR400

Senior Forum

1

COS411

Cosmetology Concepts IV

4

COS412

Cosmetology Salon IV

5

 

Credit Hours:

20