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Additions and RetrofitThis course introduces the student to construction processes used to attach and/or modify rooms, porches and garages. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2NoneCARP1130View
ActionScriptThis course will provide students with the knowledge and hands-on experience they need to create dynamically generated animation and interactive projects with Flash. This course will build on the programming techniques introduced in MPRT1380 Print Media Programming. Students will work with Flash ActionScript classes, methods, functions, and event handlers. Students will focus on using ActionScript to reduce the dependence on Timeline-based tools. Students will implement ActionScript design patterns.2MPRT1380 or instructor approvalMMVP2520View
AcrobatAcrobat works on multiple platforms offering flexible, independent viewing of content integrity and consistency. The student will use Acrobat to repurpose files for multiple uses, including: print, web and interactive design. Students will analyze and create PDF files by adding interactivity, annotated proofers marks, links, bookmarks, forms and search methods.2Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901 and Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT1200MGDP1360View
Acoustics and Recording Studio DesignThis course covers principles of sound, room measurement techniques and a discussion of the acoustical properties of room materials and their effect on room acoustics. Special emphasis will be given to cost effective studio design, or more specifically, how to build a recording studio with a limited budget.2Qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1050 or MATH1060 and ARSP1100ARSP1541View
Accounting Skills AssessmentThis Assessment Test requires students to pass a one-time third party accounting examination. This required class will examine the accounting skills and knowledge of students who are finishing their diploma or 2-year degree. The class will provide data to assess the degree to which the accounting department and students are meeting the goals of the department.075% of required courses are recommended to have been completedACCT2950View
Accounting InternshipThis is a cooperative internship program between Hennepin Technical College and an employer to allow the student work experience in the accounting area.1_to_10Instructor approvalACCT2800View
Access 2016This course covers the basic functions of a database management package as applied to business applications. These basic functions include how to create and secure a database, import data and maintain records in a table, query a database, produce forms, and generate reports. In addition, students learn how to perform mass changes, export data to other applications, create macros and design a menu system.3Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT1100 or CPLT1200 or instructor approvalCCIS1032View
AC PowerThis course covers investigation of alternating current and its behavior in resistive, inductive and reactive series, parallel, and series/parallel circuits; use of test instrumentation; and electromagnetic induction.3CMAE1550 or equivalent courseCMAE1552View
AC CircuitsThis course is designed to provide the student with the basic electronic concepts as they apply to the generation and measurement of alternating current. The student will compute AC voltages and currents in resistive capacitive and inductive circuits. These will then be compared with data measured with both the multimeter and oscilloscope. The student will learn to correctly and safely use Two Trace Oscilloscopes, AC meters and function generators. Circuits will be designed and evaluated by breadboarding and/or computer simulation software.4ELEC1000 or equivalentELEC1050View
Abnormal PsychologyThis course explores psychopathology using a multidimensional approach. Emphasis will be on etiology, classification, assessment, terminology, and treatment of major psychological disorders, and content will be organized using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). Mental disorders will be explored along a continuum of abnormality, and in the context of their overlapping biological, developmental, psychological, and sociocultural influences.3Qualifying score on reading assessment OR ENGL0921 and PSYC2300 recommended. Basic computer literacy skills requiredPSYC2330View