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Advanced Production LabThis course is a Pass/No Credit (P/NC). In this course the student will concentrate on advanced research or production methods that are not included in other courses. A training agreement must be signed by the student and the instructor at the beginning of the semester.1_to_8Instructor approvalMGDP2150View
Audio Recording Internship IThis is a cooperative program between the Hennepin Technical Colleges` Audio Recording Program and professional production facilities to allow the student an employment-like work experience.2Completion of 48 credits or instructor approvalARSP2580View
Estimating InternshipThe apprentice estimator will work in a designated auto body repair facility along side an experience estimator following internship guidelines and guidelines in all previously completed courses. Students participate in writing estimates and facilitating repair processes. Students will also understand customer needs, repair costs, insurance company requirements, customer delivery and follow up of all repairs.2ABCT1400, ABCT1405 and ABCT1410ABCT1415View
Millroom OperationsThis course will acquaint the student with millroom operations. Areas of study will include molding design, knife-grinding procedures, molder set-ups, and molder operations.2CBTG1121CBTG1240View
Practical LeadershipIn life and work, a common challenge is how to bring together a group of people to complete projects that advance the mission of the organization. This course will introduce students to the practical skills of leadership that are fundamental to successfully meeting this common challenge. These skills include communication, goal setting, collecting and analyzing of relevant data, budgeting, team building, conflict resolution, and mentoring. 2Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921CCDS1600View
Wood FinishingThis course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of wood finishing materials and finish application methods. Spray equipment is utilized as the final finish is applied to wood and wood products. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2CBTG1121CBTG1230View
Furniture DesignIn this course the student will learn to identify specific furniture styles and their components. The student will be required to research and design a specific piece of furniture.2CBTG1150CBTG2410View
Ford Steering and BalanceIn this course the student will analyze the steering systems used on Ford vehicles. The student will learn to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair steering systems using a hands-on approach with late model Ford vehicles. It also includes tire construction and repair, wheel vibration diagnosis, and electronic balance procedures.2Instructor approvalFMLR1650View
Dental Team/Practice ManagementThis course is designed to give the student a fundamental understanding of the characteristics of dentistry. It will include the history of dentistry, its team members, specialties, professional organizations, legal and ethical considerations and the differences between Certification and Licensure. Dental business office procedures are also included. Students will make appointments, complete patient financial records and insurance forms, and realize the importance of good telephone techniques.2Admission into the Dental Assistant ProgramDNTL1000View
Beverage ManagementThis course focuses on the management of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and the legal and liability issues involved with them. Product knowledge, storing, pricing, merchandising, and serving wines and spirits in restaurant settings are emphasized. The course examines the theory of matching food with wines, beers, and other beverages.2CULA1000, CULA1106, and CULA1116 or instructor approvalCULA1710View