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InternshipThis course allows the student to gain on-the-job experience in the Packaging and Automation industries. The student is responsible for finding and setting up the internship position. One (1) to four (4) credits can be taken, with each credit requiring 40 hours of time spent on the job. Student performance will be monitored by the instructor and evaluated by the employer. This will be a cooperative training program between Hennepin Technical College and a company. The student will apply competencies learned in the program to an employment-like work experience. Tasks and course goals will be determined by the instructor and the job site supervisor on an individual student basis. All industry internships require you be registered at the college for the internship and have instructor approval.1_to_4Completion of at least 50% of your degree or diploma and instructor approvalARET2181View
Welding & Metal Fabrication InternshipThis course allows the student to gain on-the-job experience in the Welding & Metal Fabrication industry. The student is responsible for locating and arranging the internship site. One (1) to four (4) credits can be taken, with each credit requiring 40 hours of time spent on the job. Student performance will be monitored by the instructor and evaluated by the employer. This will be a cooperative training program between Hennepin Technical College and a company. The student will apply competencies learned in the program to an employment-like work experience. Tasks and course goals will be determined by the instructor and the job site supervisor on an individual student basis. All industry internships require you be registered at the college for the internship and have instructor approval.1_to_4Instructor approval and completion of at least 50% of your degree or diplomaWLDG2275View
Advanced Digital Circuits IThis course applies the concepts presented in the course Basic Digital Logic. It also covers the circuits that are in basic digital systems. Registers, counters, adders and comparators. Complex digital circuits, such as Memory circuits, the ALU and a basic computer system are discussed and analyzed. Other common digital integrated circuits are also included in this course.4ELEC1450 or equivalentELEC2000View
Mold ConstructionThis course applies the principal skills learned in Die/Mold Design to the construction of basic mold components. The student will machine and assemble a basic mold.3MACH2455MACH2465View
Die ConstructionThis course applies the principle skills learned from Die/Mold Design to the construction of basic die components. The student will machine and construct a basic die. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3MACH2455MACH2460View
Anatomy and PhysiologyThis course assists the student to understand the basics of anatomy and physiology of the human body. This course will span the entire organizational format of the body, starting with the basic cell and including all of the body systems to form the complex human being. In addition, students will learn the basics of medical terminology associated with anatomy and physiology.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and HLTH1000HLTH1010View
Microprocessors and Microcomputers IIThis course builds on the concepts presented in Microprocessors and Microcomputers I. The student will write programs that service various simple input and output devices. Various issues concerning small microcomputer design will also be discussed, such as hardware/software trade offs.4ELEC2200ELEC2220View
Clinical Procedures IIThis course builds on the skills attained in Clinical Procedures I. Critical thinking skills related to medication administration is a course focus. Safe and accurate drug administration utilizing parenteral and non-parental routes are taught as well as other special procedures. For example, successful course completion requires students to achieve 90% or higher on a dosage calculation exam. In addition, the course reviews stress management, pediatric care, geriatric care, rehabilitation, and therapeutic modalities. Emergency preparedness will be covered along with the fundamental of working within the electronic medical record. Service Learning is a part of this course.5MAST1030MAST2035View
Nursing Skills IIThis course builds upon knowledge presented in Nursing Skills I. Students explore pre/post-op care, dressing changes, drainage tubes, neurological checks, gastric lavage and enteral feedings with medication administration. Practice and evaluation in a skills lab is required for clinical participation. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.3NURS1141, NURS1161, NURS1191 and HLTH2001NURS1261View
Industrial Circuit DesignThis course combines all the curricula in the Fluid Power Technology program. A complete industrial circuit will be developed. A complete schematic will be developed for the hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and mechanical systems. You will select, pump and actuators will be sized and valves will be specified. A Bill of Materials is developed. Creativity will be utilized to design efficient, safe and economical circuits. This course is intended for individuals involved with design of production machines, automated systems, food processing or harvesting equipment. Individuals involved in the specifications of hydraulic and pneumatic components should consider this course.3FLPW1106 and FLPW1231FLPW2191View