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Landscape Construction Internship CertificateThis is a cooperative training program between Hennepin Technical College and a landscape occupation facility which allows the student to apply competencies learned in the program to an employment-like work experience.4NoneLNDC2330View
Pneumatic Circuits and Air LogicStudents will construct pneumatic circuits which will provide practical knowledge of component identification and circuit construction. The student will gain experience connecting, troubleshooting and maintaining pneumatic components and circuits.4FLPW1101 or concurrent and FLPW1150FLPW1340View
Pneumatic ComponentsThis course is the study of the function and application of air compressors, vacuum pumps, air motors, cylinders, limited rotation actuators, directional valves, pressure and flow control valves used in industrial systems today. Various compressor designs will be discussed and inspected for wear. Students will use precision measuring tools and identify overhaul procedures for various components. The pneumatic power circuit and the how to test an operating system will be covered. Persons involved with machine design, drafting, maintenance, production, automation, packaging, plastics and engineering technologies should consider this course.4NoneFLPW1150View
Sustainable Landscape Design IThis course is designed to give the student a fundamental knowledge of landscape design principles and an opportunity to develop skills in designing and drafting landscape plans. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) will be covered for landscape projects.4LNDC1120 and LNDC1190LNDC2160View
Java IIThis course is a continuation of Java I, and prepares students to develop real-world projects using Java. Students will be able to apply the object-oriented approach to develop applications with graphics, exception handling, database handling, I/O, and networking. Object-oriented design topics include the need for design, object-oriented design, design of classes and objects, object relationships, design patterns, and the Unified Modeling Language. 4CCIS2595CCIS2651View
Biology in SocietyThis course familiarizes students with fundamental biological principles and processes occurring in our natural world with an emphasis on real-world applications and the social impact of advances in the biological sciences. It is designed for non-science majors. Topics include scope of life, process of science, basic chemistry, cells, microorganisms, public health, biodiversity, evolution, and ecology. The laboratory component of the course is designed to give students hands-on applications of the principles taught in lecture. This course covers the characteristics of hazardous waste and the necessary safe handling, storage, and disposal. 4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH0950BIOL2001View
Gas Heat SystemsThis course will provide the student with the skills needed for combustion and efficiency testing, troubleshooting, and good ventilation practices involved with warm air heating systems. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4HVAC1110HVAC1071View
Fundamentals of ProgrammingThis course is the first course for a student planning to study computer programming. The course content introduces the student to both procedural and object-oriented programming. Emphasis will be placed on procedural programming, computational thinking and problem solving. Topics will include flowcharting, pseudocode, program design, data types including arrays and objects, conditional boolean logic, program structures for branching and iteration, functions, and basic data structures.4Microsoft Windows experienceCCIS1505View
College Physics IICollege Physics II is a second semester course in which the applications, problems, and experiments are selected to illustrate fundamental principles of physics, and demonstrate the relevance of physics to other areas of interest, such as health-related fields and engineering technology. This course focuses on wave phenomena including sound, electricity and magnetism, geometrical optics, and nuclear physics. Examples of applications will be drawn from areas such as medical imaging, human auditory system, human vision, electrical safety, and nuclear medicine. Everyday technologies and phenomena such as musical acoustics, magnetic and optical recording, home wiring, and power generation will be included.4Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1500 with a grade of C or better and PHYS2005 with a grade of C or betterPHYS2010View
Scientific Injection Molding IIThis course is a continuation of Scientific Injection Molding I and is designed to introduce the student to Scientific/Decoupled molding methodologies and techniques, which are critical in medical and other plastics manufacturing. Students will learn Scientific/Decoupled II molding from the "Plastics Point of View", which includes building and documenting a Scientific/Decoupled II process. The course also includes plastics behavior and the molding machine controls, instrumentation devices used in molding, process documentation worksheets with studies and tests. Students will also apply their learning on interpreting machine and cavity pressure curves, and computerized data acquisition devices. This course utilizes Paulson Training Programs, inc. interactive web-based training.4PLST2240 and Injection Molding certificate or equivalent with instructors approvalPLST2245View