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Advanced Baking and PastryThis course is designed to give the student advanced knowledge, skills and understanding of baking methods and techniques as done a restaurant setting. Topics covered are yeast breads, quick breads, cakes, pies, cookies, various pastries, desserts and dessert sauces.4CULA1116 and CULA1126CULA1530View
Advanced Automation ControlsThis course is designed for all persons in the field of automation. Students study the operation of single and three-phase motor controls, solid state control devices, application of electric heat, photoelectric devices and other components related to industrial controls. The student will design, wire and troubleshoot electrical circuits using ladder line logic. The course includes three phase power circuits and programming robots used in automated assembly and packaging.4ARET1155ARET2100View
Advanced ArboricultureThis course is a continuation of Arboriculture I and is designed to give students a advanced knowledge of the care and recognition of problems facing woody plants in the landscape. Topics covered include: advanced tree pruning, storms and damage, hazard trees, soil remediation, plant appraisal and valuation, trees and the law, commercial use of pesticide injections, and air spade work. The class will discuss the ANSI & MnDOT industry standards for woody plant material and describe the Tree Inspector Certification process through the MN Dept. of Agriculture. Students will also study the defects within trees in which structural integrity may be compromised, as well as recognizing and identifying potentially hazardous trees and defects within trees. Emphasis will be on trees within the urban setting where typical surroundings and conditions will influence best management practices.3LNDC1131LNDC2165View
Advanced After EffectsThis advanced course in motion graphics will challenge the student to push the creative envelope of visual effects. Focus will be placed on creating seamless integration of effects with cinema footage.3MMVP2560 or instructor approvalMMVP2565View
Advanced 3D3D modeling and animation is used by many fields such as architecture, medical, engineering, forensics, and the entertainment industry. Students in this course will build on their previous knowledge in 3D modeling and animation as they study advanced level methods and techniques.3MMVP1545 or instructor approvalMMVP2045View
Adult Nursing IIThis course explores the following system as they relate to health and disease: gastrointestinal, renal, reproductive, integumentary, and neurosensory. Disease processes and related symptoms are analyzed. Emphasis is on the practical nurse's role in diagnostic testing, intervention, treatment and related pharmacology.4NURS1141, NURS1161, NURS1191, and HLTH2001NURS1222View
Additive Manufacturing Finishing TechniquesThis course covers finishing techniques for models created with additive manufacturing. Model joining techniques such as threaded fasteners, adhesives, plastic welding, and interlocking joints will be discussed as well. Model smoothing and covering will be explored as well.3Instructor approval or ENGC1050 and one of the following: ENGC1160, ENGC1250, ENGC2100, MMVP1545ENGC1070View
Additive ManufacturingThis course is an introduction to additive manufacturing. Students will explore different types of additive manufacturing processes, create prototypes using fused deposition modeling (FDM), assemble a 3D printer, and participate in a guided design experience. Persons involved with mechanical engineering, research and development, CAD and other related fields should consider taking this course. This course would also benefit inventors and model makers by developing the skills to produce proof of concept models and create replacement parts utilizing 3D printing technologies.3NoneENGC1050View
Additions and RetrofitThis course introduces the student to construction processes used to attach and/or modify rooms, porches and garages. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2NoneCARP1130View
ActionScriptThis course will provide students with the knowledge and hands-on experience they need to create dynamically generated animation and interactive projects with Flash. This course will build on the programming techniques introduced in MPRT1380 Print Media Programming. Students will work with Flash ActionScript classes, methods, functions, and event handlers. Students will focus on using ActionScript to reduce the dependence on Timeline-based tools. Students will implement ActionScript design patterns.2MPRT1380 or instructor approvalMMVP2520View