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Course TitleCourse DescriptionCreditsPrerequisitesCourse NumberCourse Outline
 
Basic TroubleshootingThis course will allow students to troubleshoot larger circuits and systems. Students will utilize schematics, wiring diagrams, functional block diagrams, component placement diagrams, deductive reasoning and test equipment to determine faulty circuits and components. A practical troubleshooting exercise will be the final test.3ELEC1250 or equivalentELEC1400View
Basic Digital LogicThis course introduces the student to digital electronic circuits. Numbering systems are introduced and a variety of binary codes discussed. Logic family characteristics are discussed. Truth tables, Boolean algebra and Karnaugh Maps are used to analyze, troubleshoot and design digital circuits.3ELEC1250 or equivalentELEC1450View
Advanced Digital Circuits IIThis course presents the operation of complex digital circuits. Examples of circuits that are explored are selector circuits, multiplexers, demultiplexers, analog to digital and digital to analog converters. Digital test instruments and digital troubleshooting are also discussed.3ELEC2000 or equivalentELEC2020View
Advanced TroubleshootingThis course will allow students to troubleshoot complex circuits and systems. Students will utilize schematics, wiring diagrams, functional block diagrams, component placement diagrams, deductive reasoning and test equipment to determine faulty circuits and components. A timed practical troubleshooting exercise and the work done during the course will be used to evaluate the student.4ELEC1400 or equivalentELEC2050View
Architectural Residential RevitIn this course, students will learn to use Revit software to create and coordinate building information models (BIM) for construction document production.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901. Prerequisite or concurrent ARCH1011ARCH2370View
Strength of MaterialsThis course is designed to acquaint the student with principles of structural engineering as they apply to the architectural drafting profession. Topics to be covered include the basic principles of structural mechanics, including designing loads and forces, bending, shear and deflection, and their application to the design of wood, steel and concrete structural elements.3Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901ARCH1206View
Architectural Commercial Technology IIn this course, students will create construction documents with advanced drafting techniques using BIM software. Students will also be introduced to the use of load bearing masonry and structural steel framing systems in the context of a large-scale building project.5ARCH1011, ARCH2370 and ARCH2466ARCH2121View
Individualized Studies Degree PlanningThis course is intended for students who want to design an educational plan that is flexible and individualized. Special attention is given to assessment techniques, identification of learning goals, career development theory and Hennepin Technical College Individualized Studies policies and procedures. This course is required for students who seek admission to the Individualized Studies degree program.2NoneCCDS1500View
Money MattersThis course is intended for students who want to learn strategies on how to manage their money. Special attention is given to setting financial goals, tracking current spending habits, creating a personal budget, understanding credit, managing debt, and saving for the future.1NoneCCDS1010View
Architectural Residential Technology IIThis course will reinforce sound drafting and design processes and increase BIM proficiency. The students will produce a set of construction drawings for a three level multi-family townhouse project.5ARCH1008, ARCH1101, and recommended concurrent enrollment in ARCH2370ARCH1011View