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Basic Case ConstructionThis course covers the fundamentals of cabinet construction, including project layout, stockbilling and material selection. Basic construction techniques will be covered and demonstrated. Cabinet projects for the student are required to achieve the hands-on experience appropriate to the course.4Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901CBTG1141View
Managerial AccountingThis course is a presentation of how accounting data and concepts may be interpreted and applied by management in planning and controlling business operations.4ACCT2155 AND qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1500ACCT2221View
Woody Plants II - ShrubsThis course is designed to give the student a comprehensive understanding of deciduous and evergreen shrubs. Emphasis will be given to identifying characteristics, nomenclature and uses in the landscape.4NoneLNDC1190View
Minnesota Native Plants and CommunitiesThis course is designed to introduce the student to Minnesota's natural resources, and the plants that live there natively. Emphasis will be given to identifying characteristics, nomenclature and functions of native plants in Minnesota's six ecosystems. The student will participate in weekly plant hikes to aid in the identification of plants weather permitting. The student will come away with knowledge of the impact humans have on those plants and their ecosystems.4NoneLNDC1315View
Landscape Construction IThis course is designed to prepare the student for professional competency in the area of landscape construction. Emphasis will be given to plan reading, plan take offs and extensive field lab projects. The focus of this course will be on different types of retaining walls, pavers, concrete, ponds and stonework.4LNDC2110LNDC2120View
Short Form Composition and ReportingThis course emphasizes both process and real-time writing. Students will develop the ability to accurately produce on-the-spot writing for a variety of occasions that call for an accelerated writing process. This may include summary, reaction, analysis, evaluation, and reporting. Students will also develop more extensive pieces that incorporate essential skills of library literacy, source evaluation, and source integration. Throughout the course, students will sharpen their observation skills, awareness of audience and purpose, and critical thinking.4Qualifying score on writing assessment test OR ENGL1021 or ENGL1026 and Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0921. Basic computer literacy skills requiredENGL2050View
Auto Body Internship IThe student intern will work in a designated auto body repair facility with a journeyman and repair vehicles to manufacturers specifications.4Successful completion of all ABCT courses or instructor approvalABCT2495View
Auto Body Internship IIFollowing internship guidelines and guidelines in all previous successfully completed courses, the technician will work in a designated auto body repair facility with a journeyman and repair vehicles to manufacturers specifications.4Successful completion of all ABCT courses or instructor approvalABCT2501View
Human PhysiologyThis course is the second semester of a lecture and laboratory sequence in human anatomy and physiology. The course provides an in-depth study of the functioning of body systems, including the muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems. Emphasis is placed on systemic human physiology, which is augmented by discussions of cellular and molecular mechanisms. Applicable principles of chemistry and physics are reviewed in order to enhance understanding of physiological processes. The laboratory component of the course is designed to reinforce the topics discussed in lecture, as well as to introduce students to some of the laboratory techniques and equipment used in the acquisition of physiological data. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4BIOL2115 with a grade of C or better and qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1700BIOL2215View
Advanced Automation ControlsThis course is designed for all persons in the field of automation. Students study the operation of single and three-phase motor controls, solid state control devices, application of electric heat, photoelectric devices and other components related to industrial controls. The student will design, wire and troubleshoot electrical circuits using ladder line logic. The course includes three phase power circuits and programming robots used in automated assembly and packaging.4ARET1155ARET2100View