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General Biology IIThis course is the second in a two semester general biology course. Topics will include evolution, biological diversity, botany, zoology and introductory concepts of ecology. The laboratory sessions will reinforce concepts discussed in lecture emphasizing anatomy and physiology of selected members of the plant and animal kingdoms. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4BIOL2005 with a grade of "C" or betterBIOL2105View
Green Building ConceptsThis course covers the integration of green building technologies into conventional residential construction practices. Principles and practices to reduce negative environmental effects on regional and global scales while improving building performance, health and comfort of the occupants will be explained.3NoneCARP2000View
Green Building MaterialsThis course is a survey of alternative building materials, products, and methods of construction, with an emphasis on the efficient use of materials and energy. This course also incorporates the environmentally responsive use of materials and building practices in green building technology.2NoneCARP2005View
Introduction to Home Rating SystemsThis course is an introduction to the various home rating systems, including LEED, MN Green Star and Energy Star. Their history, function in today's building climate, differences and commonalities will also be addressed.2NoneCARP2020View
Introduction to Early Childhood CareersThe student will examine the various roles and responsibilities of educators who serve children and families in a professional manner. Observations of different types of early childhood programs will be required.3Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT1100 or CPLT1200CDEV1105View
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 ENGL0921HLTH1010View
Disease ConditionsThis course introduces the student to important concepts related to human diseases. The most common disease and disorders of each body system are presented along with a review of the anatomy and physiology pertinent to the content. Additionally, the effects of aging throughout the lifespan on the body systems and the relationship to the disease are presented. 3HLTH1010 and MAST1010 or BIOL2115 and MAST1010HLTH1020View
Scientific Injection Molding IIIThis course is a continuation of Scientific Injection Molding II and is designed to introduce the student to Scientific/Decoupled III molding strategies and techniques, which are critical methods, techniques, and strategies in medical devices and other plastics manufacturing. The content includes practical application of cavity pressure control, instrumentation, and data acquisition to accomplish Scientific/Decoupled III molding and process control. Students will also apply their learning and skills on understanding Scientific/Decoupled III molding practices to produce process repeatability by machine and mold monitoring techniques to achieve the process control solutions.4PLST2245 and Injection Molding certificate or equivalent experience with instructor approvalPLST2250View
Culinary InternshipThis course allows the student to gain on-the-job experience in the Culinary 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 75% of your degree or diplomaCULA2175View
Electronics InternshipThis course allows the student to gain on-the-job experience in the Electronics 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 diplomaELEC2475View