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Java IThis course is an introduction to programming in Java. Topics include fundamentals of Java programming, including object-oriented programming, primitive data types, control structures, methods, objects, classes, class inheritance, simple graphical user interface and event-driven programs, using Swing. Oject-oriented design using the Unified Modeling Language will also be introduced.4CCIS1505, CCIS1301 and any procedural programming languageCCIS2595View
Client/Server ComputingThis course covers the evolution, impact and services available with Client/Server technology and distributed computing. The characteristics of clients and servers and the role of middleware will be discussed. Students will explore the various type of Client/Server implementations: SQL databases, transaction servers, distributed objects, groupware, Web applications and JAVA.4CCIS1105 or CCIS1505 or CCIS2701CCIS2841View
Scientific Injection Molding IThis course is designed to introduce the student to Scientific/Decoupled/Traditional molding methodologies and techniques, which are critical in medical device and other plastics manufacturing. Content includes plastics materials, part, mold, and machine considerations. Students will learn molding from the "Plastics Point of View" for design and processing, which includes molding calculations and useful tables, traditional (vs) scientific/decoupled molding, and universal processing parameters. The course also includes practical application of machine control settings, and process monitoring instrumentation. Students also apply their learning on molding problems for practical solutions. This course utilizes Paulson Training Programs, Inc. interactive web-based training.4Injection Molding certificate or equivalent experience with instructor approvalPLST2240View
Extrusion Molding Processes IIThis course is a continuation of Extrusion Molding Processes I and introduces students to additional single screw extrusion. Content includes compounding with the twin screw extruder which covers basic operations to advanced troubleshooting. This course also includes the usage of plastics drying technology operation, control, and maintenance instruction. This course utilizes an interactive training program using CD-ROM based (software). Emphasis will be placed on startup, setup, operation, teardown, shutdown, and troubleshooting of several extrusion dies, down steam equipment, and plastics molding materials in an effort to produce a quality product.4PLST2011PLST2017View
Current Trends in Beer, Wine and SpiritsThis course will focus on the Current Trends related to the role of Beer, Wine & Spirits in the Culinary setting. Each topic will represent an area which Culinary students will seek an applied and practical understanding of the basic concepts behind the trends. The course will provide a basic understanding the history and appreciation of beer, wine, & spirits. In addition, the course will allow hands on experience preparing beverages, beer brewing, and cocktails (mixology). The goal will be to enhance the understanding of these products and how they can be implemented with food. In addition, national and local culinary trends will be discussed and several guest lecturers from metropolitan restaurants & bars will speak with students. Upon completion of the course, students will possess a better understanding and knowledge to experiment and explore with beer, wine, and spirits with traditional and new menu selections. Students must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcoholic beverages.4Instructor approvalCULA2085View
Practical Skills for Public WorksThis class will introduce basic skills with practical application of industry safety principles. Instruction will include tube and pipe fabrication,sheet metal fabrication, and construction of series and parallel electrical circuits. Students will also be introduced to the material necessary for obtaining a State of MN Special Boilers License.4Must have Public Works as a declared MajorPWRK1045View
AJAXIn this course, students learn advanced JavaScript and AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) and how to create high-performance, efficient, interactive Web sites. They will learn the importance of validating forms before storing data and how to search for data using both full and partial search strings. In addition, students will learn about APIs, the Document Object Model, XML Document Object Model, JavaScript Document Object Model, and various AJAX frameworks. Some popular third party AJAX frameworks such as Microsoft Atlas and Dojo will also be covered.4CCIS2610CCIS2625View
Woody Plants I - TreesThis course is designed to give the student a comprehensive understanding of shade, ornamental and native deciduous trees and coniferous evergreen trees. Emphasis will be given to identifying characteristics, nomenclature and their use in the landscape.4NoneLNDC1120View
Small Business OperationsThe Small Business Operations course is designed for students interested in learning how to manage a small business. The course focuses on operating a small business in today’s dynamic business environment, and covers such topics as risk taking and entrepreneurship, forms of ownership, planning, organizing and managing, marketing, financing, human resources management, governmental regulation and taxation, franchising, starting or buying a small business, and other relevant subject areas.4BUSN1510 required, ACCT1410 recommendedBUSN2085View
Medical EthicsThis course introduces students to some of the fundamental issues in medical ethics and the major branches of moral theory and methodology that bear upon them. Given that we all participate in the medical system as a patient, relative of a patient, or as a practitioner, this class is open and relevant to all students, regardless of major. Using mastery of moral theories and concepts, students will analyze specific issues in medical ethics and learn the philosophical skills needed to develop and defend moral arguments. Students will analyze particular cases in medical ethics and apply the moral concepts to their own lives and situations. Inquiry will emphasize the evaluation and application of various methodological approaches to ethical problems arising in medical situations.4Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026. Basic computer literacy skills requiredPHIL2400View