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Anatomy and Physiology IIThis course is the second semester of a lecture and laboratory sequence in human anatomy and physiology. Human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach, with emphasis on the interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Homeostasis is an integrating theme throughout this course. Topics include the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems, the immune response, fluid and electrolyte balance, metabolism, nutrition, and human development. Clinical applications of anatomy and physiology are also discussed. The laboratory component of the course parallels and reinforces lecture concepts through the use of models, histological slides, dissection of animal specimens and exercises in physiology. Some lab exercises will introduce students to the laboratory techniques and equipment used in the acquisition of physiological data. This course is intended for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the structure and functioning of the human body.4BIOL2005 with a grade equivalent of "C" or better and BIOL2125 with a grade equivalent of “C” or better OR BIOL2045 with a grade equivalent of "C" or better AND BIOL2125 with a grade equivalent of "C" or betterBIOL2225View
Lifting Techniques for Health ProfessionalsThis course will focus on the use of proper body mechanics, lifting techniques, back strengthening exercises and general cardiovascular conditioning necessary for pre-hospital and in-hospital personnel.1Be in good health and have no lifting restrictionsEMSV1110View
Architectural HistoryArchitectural analysis introduces the student to architectural history through development of architectural form and material use. The course is based on western cultures and will include major examples in architecture from Egyptian through European Renaissance to American Colonial architecture to present post modern architecture. This course will provide a basis for understanding of architecture from the perspective of a creative process. The main objective of this course will be to develop student appreciation of past architectural work and to recognize traditional values in architecture.3Basic computer skills are requiredARCH2640View
Office 365 Cloud AppsThis course introduces a Hennepin Technical College student to cloud applications using the student’s account. Students will explore online productivity tools and learn how to utilize collaborative online features. It is necessary to have access to a computer and the internet outside of class in order to complete collaborative assignments. A student computer lab is available on each campus.1Basic computer skills and understanding of Internet strongly recommended for successful course completionCPLT1095View
Hybrid Electric Vehicle BatteriesThis course provides hybrid electric vehicle high voltage battery design and basic testing techniques. Battery safety and control systems will be covered. Both nickel-metal hydride and lithium batteries will be covered, but the primary focus will be on nickel-metal hydride battery technology. Furthermore, the 12 volt system will be covered as it pertains to the high voltage system.3ATEC2800 or instructor approvalATEC2805View
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Machines and ControlsThis course covers the theory and operation of electric machines and power inverters used in hybrid electric vehicles. Provides an overview of the induction machine and the permanent magnet machines. Testing of electric machine and power inverters will be covered.3ATEC2800 and ATEC2805 or instructor approvalATEC2810View
Automotive ExternshipThis course is for the student taking the AAS degree option and provides an opportunity to further develop skills and experiences in a formal work setting. Students must interview for and acquire their externship site. A minimum of 120 hours of work experience is required.3ATEC2685, ATEC1805, ATEC1810, and ATEC1815ATEC2700View
Engine Performance IIIn this course the student will learn the theory, operation, and diagnosis of vehicle ignition and emission control systems. This includes PCV, EGR, catalytic converters, EVAP systems, and computer controlled ignition systems. This course meets all applicable National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards.3ATEC1805ATEC1810View
Engine Performance IIIIn this course students will learn theory, operation, and diagnosis of computerized powertrain control systems. This will include scan tool operation, lab scope usage, and gas analysis. This course meets all applicable National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards.3ATEC1805ATEC1815View
Electrical Systems IIIIn this course the student will learn the operation of electrical circuits that are common on the automobile. These will include circuit testing and repair of lighting, turn signal, warning lamp, gauges, blower motor, wiper and accessory circuits. The student will have hands-on training on supplemental inflatable restraints and body computer circuits. This course meets all applicable National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards.3ATEC1620ATEC1625View