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Fundamentals of Writing PlusWriting is an essential element for successful communication in work and school settings. This course is designed to introduce students to the kinds of writing they will need to use in college. Students in this course will use the standards of American Written English to explore and produce writing in many different modes, moving from paragraphs and summaries to short essays. This course will move at a slower pace than ENGL 930, providing additional instructional time to focus on sentence-level skills, including but not limited to pronouns, prepositions, punctuation, articles, verb forms, and sentence structure.6Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ESOL0831 with a grade of C or better and the ability to word process simple documents. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL0935View
MN Special Boilers LicenseThis course covers the information needed to take the Minnesota State Special Boilers License Examination.1NoneHVAC1190View
Digital MarketingInternet technologies have revolutionized the practice of marketing. Digital marketing has become an essential component of any firm’s marketing strategy. This course will provide a foundation in the key concepts around this rapidly changing field, including internet marketing strategies, search engine optimization, inbound marketing, email marketing, social media campaigns, mobile apps, content strategy, paid search advertising, and web analytics. We will also work to establish the practice of keeping up to date on emerging digital technologies relevant to business and to marketing.3BUSN1010BUSN2075View
Introduction to ArtThis course provides a basis for understanding the visual arts from the perspective of the artist’s creative process and the viewer’s creative participation. Students will explore how form and meaning in art are shaped by many influences. A museum visit is part of the regular class schedule.3ENGL1021 and ENGL0921 or ESOL0842ARTS2050View
CCNA_4: WANs, VPNs, and Enterprise NetworksThis is the fourth of four "Cisco Academy" courses that will prepare students to take and pass the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) test. Topics covered include the following: WAN design, WAN technology (PPP, Frame Relay, Broadband), multi-area OSPF, VPNs, IPv6, and network troubleshooting.4CCIS1431CCIS1443View
CCNA Specialty FieldsThis course will expose students to three specialty fields associated with the administration of Cisco networks. Topics covered include IPv6 networks, voice networks, and security.3CCIS1431CCIS1490View
IT InternshipThis is a cooperative program between Hennepin Technical College and a participating company to allow the student an employment-like work experience.2_to_8Instructor approvalCCIS2385View
.NET for Mobile DevelopmentThe students who take this course will be introduced to creating mobile applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework and the C# programming languages. The course will discuss mobile design considerations including graphical user interface design and managing local and remote application data. The course will also include a discussion of building and porting mobile applications to other platforms.4CCIS2585CCIS2500View
Network Admin Technical Skills AssessmentThis 0 credit course will measure the skills of those who are completing a post-secondary technical program and is an HTC graduation requirement for the Network Admininstator/Analyst AAS degree.0Recommended 75% completion of the required technical courses in the degree areaCCIS2880View
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