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Residential Heat Load CalculationThis course will explore the factors that influence the size and performance needs of residential heating and cooling equipment.1Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901HVAC1015View
Medical TermsThis course is designed to acquaint the nursing student with medical terminology. Students learn to construct words using medical roots, prefixes, and suffixes, as well as learn to pronounce and spell medical terminology. This course may be offered on-line.1High School diploma or GED or concurrently enrolled under the PSEOP. Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921 and qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026NURS1120View
Externship SeminarThis course is designed to prepare the student for their externship experiences including the knowledge of Minnesota dental laws. Students will attend a weekly meeting at the college to share experiences and review for State and National Board Exams.1Successful completion of 1st and 2nd semester courses. DNTL1321 and DNTL1325 must be taken concurrently with this courseDNTL1305View
Air Handling UnitsThis course will offer an analysis of different air handling units including face-bypass, hot deck-cold deck, reheat coils, and HRV`s (Heat Recovery Ventilators).1Residential HVAC Diploma or equivalent industry experienceHVAC2165View
Straightening Structural Parts IIWhen applying corrective forces, a technician must understand what property changes take place in the metal. When metal is bent its grain structure is changed and when grain structure is changed, the metal is stressed and may be weakened.1ABCT2051ABCT2060View
MaterialsIn this course the student will learn the various wood and wood products used in cabinetmaking. Solid lumbers, plywoods, veneers, melamines, laminates, abrasives, adhesives and fasteners will be covered and discussed. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.1Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901CBTG1130View
Soldering SkillsThis course develops skill in soldering components to a printed circuit board and replacing defective components by desoldering, preparing the board and resoldering new components. A soldering project is fabricated as part of the class. The student will learn the proper use and care of soldering and desoldering equipment. The student will learn the proper use of flux and other chemicals. Safety concerns will be a major component of this course.1NoneELEC1200View
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
Emergency Response OperationsThis course is to supplement the material and skills learned in Firefighter I, Apparatus Operator and Hazardous Materials classes and give the student hands on experience by simulating the job in the field. This will give the student experience in working a fire department shift and an opportunity to exercise their skills and decision-making abilities through various controlled scenarios including different types of fires, fire alarms, vehicle accidents, rescues, hazardous materials release and other emergency calls.1FRPT1100, FRPT1105 or Instructor approvalFRPT1240View
Multitrack Recording Theory IIIThis course is a continuation of the practical techniques of multitrack recording cover in Multitrack Recording Theory II. Topics include: mastering, beauty reel assembly, advanced session management skills, and specialized equipment applications.1ARSP1500 and ARSP1510. This course should be taken concurrently with ARSP2110ARSP2100View