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									EVENING       Building Design, Construction and
                            Service Technology
                                 2010 – 2011 Evening College




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                                            Course Offerings
                                            College Information ............................................................1
                                            Basic Construction Management........................................3
                                            Building Information Modeling Technology .........................4
                                            Civil Engineering Technician...............................................5
                                            Computer-Aided Design Courses .......................................7
                                            Construction Print Reading Courses ..................................7
                                            Construction Estimating......................................................7
                                            Electrical Construction Design and Management...............8
                                            Electrical Construction and Maintenance ...........................9
                                            Facilities Service Management.........................................10
                                            Green Building Sustainability Technology ........................12
                                            HVACR Commercial Service Technology .........................13
                                            HVACR Residential Design ..............................................15
                                            HVACR Residential Service .............................................16
                                            Land Surveying Technician...............................................17
Applying to Dunwoody                        Arts and Sciences Courses ..............................................19
Welcome to Dunwoody Evening
College. Within these pages you will
find most everything you need to know
about Dunwoody’s Robotics and
Manufacturing Technology evening
offerings, including AAS degrees,
certificates and courses.
To learn more about how you can
Graduate to the Good Life, or to
arrange a personal campus tour, call
(612) 381-3041 or (800) 292-4625.
To apply online visit dunwoody.edu/
evening. Dunwoody’s Admissions
team is committed to working
with you to ease and simplify
the admissions process
and provide all necessary
information regarding our
academic programs, degree
opportunities, financial
aid, expectations and
everything else that
                                        To learn more about how you can Graduate to
enters into such an
important decision.                     the Good Life, or to arrange a personal campus
                                        tour, call (612) 381-3041 or (800) 292-4625.
                                                                                 Veterans Educational Assistance
                                                                                 Some veterans receive allowances from the Veterans Administration for
                                                                                 educational costs. Most allowances are paid directly to the student on a
                                                                                 monthly basis. Veterans usually do not receive payments until they
                                                                                 have been in the program for approximately six weeks. However,
                                                                                 veterans may request participation in the Veterans Advance Payment
                                                                                 Plan; this request must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the start of
                                                                                 classes. If approved, the veteran will receive the advance payment as
                                                                                 early as the first week of the quarter. It is the veteran’s responsibility to
                                                                                 have the necessary funds to pay for his/her tuition and fees by the due
                                                                                 date at the start of each quarter.




Financing Your Dunwoody Education
Tuition and fees are to be paid by the first day of the quarter. Please
note that some courses are short/modular in nature and may not start
until later in the quarter; tuition for such courses must still be paid at the
start of the quarter. All students may view their registration status,
course schedule, or current statement/current balance in IQWeb at any
time. Books and supplies may be purchased through the Bookstore the
week prior to the start of the quarter/term. Course level tuition
information is available in IQWeb under Course Catalog, Advanced
Search: https://iqweb.dunwoody.edu.

Financial Aid
Financial Aid is available for full-time and part-time students. Students
must declare a major in a program that is leading to a BS degree, AAS            Anthony L. Ferrara Career Services Center
degree, diploma, or certificate. The types of aid typically available
include:                                                                         The Dunwoody Career Services Center is named for Anthony L.
                                                                                 Ferrara, the founder of Standard Heating and Air Conditioning. The
1.   PELL Grant                                                                  name was chosen by Alumni Ted and Todd Ferrara in memory of their
2.   ACG Grant                                                                   father, a long time supporter of and advocate for Dunwoody college of
3.   State Grants                                                                Technology. The Ferrara brothers have given a generous combined gift
4.   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant                                  to the Dunwoody’s “Good to Great” campaign making possible major
5.   Post-Secondary Child Care                                                   campus improvements.
6.   Direct Loan Stafford, Direct Loan Unsubsidized, Direct Loan Plus,
     SELF Loan and Alternative Loan                                              Dunwoody Career Services
7.   Federal and State Work Study                                                Dunwoody Career Services is nationally renowned for its consistently
8.   Scholarships                                                                high level of graduate employment in rewarding and meaningful
                                                                                 careers. At Dunwoody, career assistance is the responsibility of every
Students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid                  faculty and staff member and persists in maintaining long-standing
(FAFSA). The Dunwoody College of Technology school code is 004641.               relationships with key industry partners.
Students file the FAFSA or Renewal Application online at
www.fafsa.ed.gov. Applying online is the quickest way to process this            Services for Students
application. Students must file a FAFSA or a Renewal Application every           Dunwoody Career Services receives calls from prospective employers
year. Students should file as soon as possible after January 1 to receive        and posts employment opportunities for both students and alumni to
aid for the upcoming school year. Once the FAFSA or Renewal                      view electronically. Dunwoody Career Services helps to prepare
Application is processed by the Department of Education and is                   students with their career search process by providing services
received electronically by Dunwoody, additional information may be               including:
requested from students. Dunwoody completes 100% verification on all                  •     Resume and cover Letter Development
students. Once the verification process is complete, an award letter will             •     Interview Skills
be mailed to students. Students must maintain satisfactory progress to                •     Job Search Strategies
continue receiving financial aid and remain in school.                                •     Internship Opportunities
                                                                                      •     Career Fairs
Private Scholarships and Loans                                                        •     Networking Events
Dunwoody also offers private and institutional scholarships. All students             •     Employer Contacts
are encouraged to apply for these scholarships. Some scholarships are                 •     Mock Interviews and more
based on economic need and others on academic standing. Completion
of the FAFSA is required for determining eligibility for scholarships and        Lifetime Employment Assistance
loans. The Dunwoody scholarship committee reviews all applicants for             Dunwoody Career Services provides lifetime employment assistance to
Dunwoody-sponsored scholarship awards. Awards are made on the                    new graduates to attain entry level employment as well as assistance to
basis of financial need, potential to succeed in the chosen field of study,      alumni looking to advance their career. Dunwoody has an excellent
academic standing, or other stipulations as determined by the donor.             record of serving graduates, but the school cannot guarantee
Limited private-loan funds are also available at low interest rates for          employment for any student or graduate. The Career Services Center is
students who have exhausted all other sources. Watch your Dunwoody               open from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm daily and from 9:00pm – 5:30 pm on
College e-mail for details or contact the Office of Financial Assistance         Thursdays. They can be reached by calling 612-381-8227 or by email at
for more information.                                                            careerservices@dunwoody.edu.




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    Campus Facilities and Services                                                Campus Security
                                                                                  Access to Dunwoody buildings and facilities are restricted to normal
                                                                                  business hours, which are generally 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., Monday
    The Elftmann Student Success Center
                                                                                  through Friday, during the academic year. Summer hours may vary.
    The Elftmann Student Success Center provides academic support for
                                                                                  Persons not directly associated with Dunwoody may be asked to leave
    all students through services developed and implemented by a
                                                                                  the campus.
    nationally certified team of professionals and tutors. Assistance
    through classes and free programs such as tutoring, supplemental
    instruction, advising, and individual consultations enables Dunwoody
    students to graduate to the good life.                                        Information Technology Resources and
                                                                                  Support
         •    Gateway: Gateway is a college program that enables
                                                                                  Computer, Internet and E-Mail
              students to improve their academic skills in order to gain
                                                                                  Dunwoody e-mail is the primary mode of communication among
              admission into Dunwoody. Students may enroll in eight-week
                                                                                  students, faculty, and staff. A Dunwoody e-mail account is provided to
              courses that include: Foundations of Technical Mathematics,
                                                                                  each person in order to communicate efficiently regarding academic
              Technical English, College Reading, Introduction to
                                                                                  progress, assignments/attendance, scheduling/registration, account
              Computers, and New Student Seminar. Courses are offered
                                                                                  information, etc.
              three times a year, prior to the beginning of the Fall, Winter
              and Spring quarters. Students completing Gateway courses
                                                                                  Laptop Computers
              earn higher grades, and report higher self-esteem and self-
                                                                                  Dunwoody students are issued laptop computers for selected programs
              discipline. Students are given the option for continued
                                                                                  which remain the property of Dunwoody College of Technology.
              academic support throughout their technical program.
                                                                                  Dunwoody’s Information Technology department handles laptop
         •    Tutoring Services: Every student at Dunwoody has the
                                                                                  distribution services at the start of every quarter. The laptop comes
              opportunity to meet with a tutor, either one-on-one or in small     equipped with the necessary software needed for the program in which
              groups. Free tutoring is available for all Dunwoody students.       the student is enrolled. Students must read and fully understand the
              Trained tutors are available to assist throughout the day in a
                                                                                  lease agreement they sign with the school. For example, students are
              wide variety of programs and classes. No appointment is
                                                                                  not to load software that is not supplied or authorized by Dunwoody.
              necessary, especially for the most frequently requested
                                                                                  Students must provide their own insurance.
              subjects including math, writing, basic electricity, and physics.
              All tutors are certified through the College Reading and
              Learning Association.
         •    Supplemental Instruction (SI): Supplemental Instruction             Academic Calendar
              (SI) is an academic assistance program that utilizes peer           Dunwoody follows a quarterly academic calendar with 12 weeks in each
              supported study sessions. SI sessions are regularly                 academic quarter. Dunwoody reserves the right to alter dates at its
              scheduled, informal review session designed to help students        discretion. In this event, changes are publicly announced with as much
              enrolled in difficult classes. Study groups, mock presentation      advance notice as possible.
              sessions and collaborative teamwork to complete major
              projects are an integral part of this academic support.                                School year: July 2010 - June 2011
                                                                                  July 4                  Independence Day (Building closed)
    Parking
    Dunwoody provides free, secure, and ample parking for our evening             July 5                  Dunwoody Holiday (Building closed)
    visitors, students, faculty, and staff. A security guard patrols the          Sept. 2                 End of Summer Quarter - Commencement
    Dunwoody parking lots on a regular basis and may issue parking
    violation notices, as appropriate.                                            Sept. 6                 Labor Day (Building closed)
                                                                                  Sept. 8                 Start of Fall Quarter
    Southwest Metro Campus
    Dunwoody College of Technology, in collaboration with Carver Scott            Nov. 25                 Thanksgiving (Building closed)
    Cooperative, opened the Southwest Metro Campus at 401 East 4th                Nov. 26                 Dunwoody Holiday (Building closed)
    Street, Chaska, MN 55313. For class schedules please contact Debra
                                                                                  Dec. 1                  End of Fall Quarter - Commencement
    Kerrigan at (952) 368-8813 or visit dunwoody.edu/swmetro.
                                                                                  Dec. 2 - 5              Fall Break
                                                                                  Dec. 6                  Start of Winter Quarter
                                                                                  Dec. 19 – Jan. 2        Winter Break
                                                                                  Dec. 25                 Christmas (Building closed)
                                                                                  Jan. 1                  New Year’s Day (Building closed)
                                                                                  Jan. 3                  Classes Resume
                                                                                  Jan. 17                 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Building closed)
                                                                                  Feb. 21                 President’s Day (Building closed)
                                                                                  Mar. 11                 End of Winter Quarter - Commencement
                                                                                  Mar. 13 – 20            Spring Break
                                                                                  Mar. 21                 Start of Spring Quarter
                                                                                  April 22                Good Friday (Building closed)
                                                                                  May 30                  Memorial Day (Building closed)
                                                                                  June 10                 End of Spring Quarter

                                                                                  Dunwoody College of technology is registered as a private institution
                                                                                  with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections
                                                                                  136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the
                                                                                  institution. Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other
                                                                                  institutions.



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                                                                                ARCH204 Estimating for Project Management                        3 credits
                                                                                This class is an introduction to the construction technology and
            Basic Construction                                                  materials involved in commercial concrete and masonry estimating.
                                                                                Emphasis is on correct procedures of estimating and pricing concrete
           Management Certificate                                               formwork, and reinforcing for footings, walls and slabs, and materials
                                                                                used in masonry wall assemblies. It includes categories of estimates,
                                                                                bid preparation, life cycle costs, schedule of values, change order costs,
                                                                                and lump-sum contracts. Use of Microsoft Word and Excel.

The Career                                                                      Fall         Wed/Thu 10/20 – 12/1, 6 – 9 p.m.
The Basic Construction Management Certificate seeks to address the                           Chapman, Red 63 $636
increasing demand for construction managers by providing the venue in
which to develop the skills and knowledge essential to successful               ARCH206 Project Management and Administration                   3 credits
construction management. The certificate provides you with distinct             This class presents an overview of the organization and requirements of
benefits: it recognizes those who have accumulated a specific level of          a commercial bid and contract documents. Aspects of contract
knowledge and skills that increase professional stature; demonstrates           administration are presented with an emphasis on scope of work,
your commitment to improvement of individual professional capabilities;         performance bond, bidding, fast tracking, Construction Specifications
provides you with a marketable credential to an employer and increased          Institute Master Format, document control systems, mechanics lien,
opportunities for job advancement, and assures employers of your                shop drawings, communication systems, project documentation,
competency upon which quality assurance and quality control programs            material procurement, and inspection of work. Use of Microsoft Word,
depend.                                                                         Project, Excel, and Outlook.

The Program                                                                     Winter       Wed/Thu 12/8 – 1/27, 6 – 9 p.m.
Students with previous training or experience in construction may                            Strother, Red 63 $636
arrange to take selected courses within the program. Because classes
are not sequenced, you may begin the program at any time. All                   ARCH208 Cost and Time Management                                 3 credits
prerequisites, however, must be fulfilled before you may register for CM        This class focuses on the purpose of the cost and time management
classes. There is a $450 technology fee added to each quarter.                  system. Regarding cost management, the emphasis is on the elements
                                                                                of procurement management, effective cost management, project
Prerequisites:                                                                  budgets, conceptual estimating, life-cycle costs, and value engineering
     •    Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products, including             analysis. Regarding time management, the emphasis is on construction
          Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Project.                           project scheduling, construction delays, critical path method, and
     •    One year construction experience, including knowledge of              progress reports. Use of Microsoft Word, Project, Excel, and Outlook.
          commercial construction documents, plan reading, and
          methods and materials                                                 Winter       Wed/Thu 2/2 – 3/10, 6 – 9 p.m.
     •    Or, A.A.S. Degree in Architectural Drafting or a construction                      Strother, Red 63 $636
          related program
                                                                                ARCH210 Safety and Risk Management                                 3 credits
Program Length                                                                  This class presents the tools of CM liability, including safety and risk
Graduates of this three-quarter program earn a certificate (18 credits).        management. Emphasis is on identification of CM responsibility, liability,
Two classes are offered each quarter in order for the certificate to be         and financial risk, including federal laws and regulations, project safety,
earned in three quarters.                                                       contract bonds, insurance coverage, underwriting factors, and
                                                                                alternative forms of dispute resolution. Use of Microsoft Word, Project,
                                                                                Excel, and Outlook.
             Basic Construction Management Certificate
                                                                                Spring       Wed/Thu 3/23 – 4/28, 6 – 9 p.m.
   Course #                     Course Name                      Credits                     Strother, Red 63 $636

  ARCH202        Professional Practice                               3          ARCH219 Quality Management                                           3 credits
                                                                                This class examines the tools that lead to continuous improvement and
  ARCH204        Estimating for Project Management                   3
                                                                                quality processes that increase customer satisfaction. Emphasis is on
  ARCH206        Project Management and Administration               3          CM goals, the quality management plan, determining conformance to
                                                                                quality requirements, dealing with nonconforming work, document
  ARCH208        Cost and Time Management                            3          control systems, quality attributes, constructability review, field reports,
                                                                                inspection work, and the construction quality control plan. Use of
  ARCH210        Safety and Risk Management                          3          Microsoft Word, Project, Excel, and Outlook.
  ARCH219        Quality Management                                  3
                                                                                Spring       Wed/Thu 5/4 – 6/9, 6 – 9 p.m.
                                                                                             Gannon, Red 63 $636

ARCH202 Professional Practice                                       3 credits
This class focuses on the obligations of a professional Construction
Manager. It emphasizes leadership, project standards, scope of work,
and the construction management plan. Importance is given to team
organization, constructability factors, the critical path method of project
scheduling, phased construction, assessing and evaluating bidder
qualifications, legal aspects of the owner/Construction Manager
relationship, communications, and marketing. Use of Microsoft Word,
Project, and Outlook.

Fall         Wed/Thu 9/8 –10/14, 6 – 9 p.m.
             Gannon, Red 63 $636




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                                                                                  CADD209 Revit Families Creation                             3 credits
                                                                                  Families is the label given to components used in Revit. As a creator of
       Building Information Modeling                                              Families you will learn to navigate your way through the Family Editor to
                                                                                  create the components used as Revit content such as doors, furniture
           Technology Certificate                                                 and annotation symbols as well as Families aligned with specialized
                                                                                  areas including medical and electrical devices. Parametric component
                                                                                  families will also be created that will take you deeper into the
                                                                                  subcomponent level of control. Independent study required.
                                                                                  Prerequisite: CADD207 and CADD208
    The Program
    The Building Information Modeling Technology staff at Dunwoody                Winter      Wed/Thu 12/8 – 1/27, 5 – 10 p.m.
    College of Technology has created a Building Information Modeling                         Gnitka, Blue 32 $1,128
    Technology Certificate. This training will encourage architects, interior
    designers, mechanical, electrical and civil technicians to interact           Summer2011        Wed/Thu 6/15 – 7/21, 5 – 10 p.m.
    effectively with the newest released modeling software. Completing this                         Gnitka, Blue 30 cost TBA
    training will elevate you to a new level of drawing production using
    Revit, Revit Families Creation and Audodesk Viz, which is widely              CADD302 Revit Integration                                        3 credits
    promoted in design. You will also look at taking the information in the       In CADD302 students collaborate to develop a complete building
    building model and exporting it for material estimations and project          information model. Cost estimating, schedules and specification
    chedules. Technology fee required for the Revit Classes is $450 per           references become a part of this as well. Some students model the
    quarter. Non-certificate seeking students may also take these courses.        building, some the structure and others the systems. Revit techniques
                                                                                  such as file linking and work sharing are also practiced. Students review
    Program Length                                                                ways that BIM projects are delivered. Levels of model development and
    Graduates of this two-quarter program earn a certificate (12 credits).        their uses are discussed. Prerequisite: CADD207, CADD208 and
    Two classes are offered each quarter in order for the certificate to be       CADD209.
    earned in two quarters.
                                                                                  Winter      Wed/Thu 2/2 – 3/10, 5 – 10 p.m.
                                                                                              Gnitka, Blue 30 $1,128
                  Building Information Modeling Certificate
                                                                                  Summer2011        Wed/Thu 7/27 – 9/1, 5 – 10 p.m.
             Course #              Course Name                Credits                               Gnitka, Blue 30 cost TBA

             CADD207       Introduction to Revit Building        3
             CADD208       Advanced Revit Building               3
             CADD209       Revit Families Creation               3
             CADD302       Revit Integration                     3



    CADD207 Introduction to Revit Building                            3 credits
    This class will introduce how designers and builders can utilize the tools
    contained within Autodesk Revit. A complete architectural design with
    corresponding documentation will be created. All phases of design will
    be introduced. Developing essential drawings will be demonstrated and
    schedules will be prepared that are required to complete a building
    project. Independent study required.

    Fall        Wed/Thu 9/8 – 10/14, 5 – 10 p.m.
                Gnitka, Blue 30 $1,128


    Spring      Wed/Thu 3/23 – 4/28, 5 – 10 p.m.
                Gnitka, Blue 30 $1,128

    CADD208 Advanced Revit Building                                  3 credits
    Students will generate sets of information in the Revit database.
    Students will create the models for both residential and commercial
    projects. Students will learn to change the models and produce floor
    plans, elevations, sections and details. Students will work with the
    Rendering tools to create presentations and utilize the Revit features of
    Workshare. The student will gain knowledge on how to import and
    export in other file formats and utilize tools for shadow techniques.
    Independent study required. Prerequisite: CADD207.

    Fall        Wed/Thu 10/20 – 12/1, 5 – 10 p.m.
                Gnitka, Blue 30 $1,128

    Spring      Wed/Thu 5/4 – 6/9, 5 – 10 p.m.
                Gnitka, Blue 30 $1,128




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                                                                             CTEC111 Coordinate Geometry and Trigonometry                        4 credits
                                                                             You will learn the mathematical concepts and skills associated with a
                                                                             civil engineering technician’s occupation. Coordinates/ analytic
       Civil Engineering Technician                                          geometry and trigonometry will be taught. Direct application to design
                                                                             with subject matter such as: points in a plane, straight lines, circles,
                                                                             ellipses, hyperbolas, parabolas, triangles and vectors will be discussed
                                                                             and implemented. Instruction will be given to solving equations for
                                                                             bearings, azimuths, trigonometric functions, distance, slope, speed, and
                                                                             all applicable conversions used in the profession. This class will also
The Program                                                                  introduce the use of a scientific calculator.
The Civil Engineering Technician Certificate offers several exciting
career avenues that can lead to a successful future as a land surveying      Fall         Thu 9/9 – 11/18, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
technician or civil engineering technician. During the program the                        Olsen, Red 61 $848
student will be academically challenged with subject matter relating to
this profession and later enjoy applying their acquired knowledge during     CTEC112 Land Use Planning & Development                             3 credits
their paid internships. Students will learn from the best–instructors from   You will learn the planning process of taking raw land into developed
industry. Graduates successfully completing the program will have real       land. You will study issues related to land use for facilitating public and
world experience and the confidence to deliver professional services.        private needs in a community. Permitting, zoning, deed restrictions,
                                                                             setbacks, utility and drainage easements, environmental quality and
Program Length                                                               future growth are a few of the topics to be discussed.
Graduates of this three-quarter program earn a certificate (45 credits).
There is also an AAS degree option available.                                Fall         Wed 9/8 – 12/1, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
                                                                                          Sharbono, Brown 30 $636

          Civil Engineering Tech. - Civil Design Certificate                 CTEC113 Professional Practice                                      2 credits
                                                                             This class is designed to prepare you for the professional atmosphere in
   Course #                      Course Name                   Credits       a private or public sector. You will be introduced to the relevant and
                                                                             appropriate professional conduct ranging from legal and/or ethical
  CTEC111        Coordinate Geometry and Trigonometry             4          issues associated with a business. Other topics will include leadership
                                                                             and team organization, project standards, legal aspects of
  CTEC112        Land Use Planning & Development                  3
                                                                             owner/contractor relationships, and an emphasis on technical and
  CTEC113        Professional Practice                            2          communication skills.

  CTEC114        Construction Safety                              2          Fall         Tues 9/14 – 10/19, 5 – 9 p.m.
                                                                                          Gannon, Brown 30 $424
  CTEC200        Internship I                                     4

  CTEC211        Instrumentation & Survey Methods                 2          CTEC114 Construction Safety                                        2 credits
                                                                             You will be instructed on strategies for creating effective safety culture
  CTEC212        Municipal Eng & Utility Coordination             3          for construction projects. Instruction will include emphasis on federal
                                                                             laws and regulations, effective safety planning, equipment inspection,
  CTEC213        Print Reading & Estimating                       3          disruption avoidance plans, high risk activities, job hazard analysis,
                                                                             crisis management and accident investigation. Included in the class is a
  CTEC220        Transportation Design                            3          10 hour OSHA Construction Safety Certification.
  CTEC216        Hydrology, Hydraulics & Pipe Design              3
                                                                             Fall         Tues 10/26–11/30, 5 – 9 p.m.
  CTEC218        Geotechnical Design                              3                       Durkee, Brown 30 $424

  CTEC222        Site Development (Using CIVIL3D)                 2          CTEC211 Instrumentation and Survey Methods                        2 credits
                                                                             You will gain valuable hands-on experience with this class, enabling you
  CTEC224        Internship II                                    4
                                                                             to understand and operate the technical equipment used by land
  CTEC214        Understanding Liability & Contracts              2          surveying field technicians. The class will assist you in understanding
                                                                             how information is collected during a field survey and processed using
  CTEC215        Communication for Business                       2          Civil 3D. Accuracy and documentation is imperative to this profession
                                                                             because of the legal and historical implications. Prerequisites:
  SURV113        AutoCAD                                          3          CTEC111, SURV113

                                                                             Winter       Wed 12/8 – 3/9, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
SURV113 AutoCAD                                                  3 credits                VanNeste, Brown 30 $670
You will learn the fundamental aspects of this extensive application
software. During the session you will produce a drawing using the latest     CTEC212 Municipal Engineering & Utility Coor.                       3 credits
release of AutoCAD. This class will teach you setup and file                 You will learn the basic principles of municipal utility design as well as
manipulation, drafting commands, drawing scales and units, coordinate        methods used in coordinating your project with the many various utilities
systems, object snaps, layers, line types, text dimensions, blocks, and      that will be encountered. Emphasis will be given to engineering
printing. There will be a special emphasis on precise geometry and           terminology; planning, layout and design; sewer, water, gas and other
problems common to various surveying disciplines. Optimal use and            utility layout and design; and city, county, state regulations governing
tips for production speed drafting are also covered. For non-                utility design and construction. Prerequisites: CTEC112, SURV113
matriculating students, a technology fee of $450 is required in addition
to tuition.                                                                  Winter       Mon 12/6 – 3/7, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
                                                                                          Sharbono, Brown 30 $636
Fall        Mon 9/13 – 11/29, 5 – 10 p.m.
            Staff, Red 61 $1,128




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    CTEC213 Print Reading & Estimating                                 3 credits      CTEC215 Communication for Business                                   2 credits
    In this class, you will study construction drawings, specifications, and          This class will develop the oral and written skills necessary for use in
    contract documents in understanding how to read and interpret their               the design and construction process from planning through project
    information. You will also be instructed on how to gather information in a        closeout. Instruction in letter, report, specification, and technical writing;
    schematic process to prepare construction estimates. This class will              business communications; meeting and agenda preparation;
    discuss the organization of a set of drawings and specifications plus             presentation development and delivery; and public speaking will be
    instruct how to read dimensions, scales, symbols, schedules,                      provided. Engineering and construction industry-specific applications
    references, plans, profiles, sections and other drawing attributes. You           will be highlighted. Prerequisites: CTEC214
    will be instructed in procedures of estimating and analyzing materials,
    labor, and equipment; methods of schedule of values, and changes                  Spring       Wed 5/4 – 6/8, 5 – 9 p.m.
    order costs will be emphasized.                                                                Gregory, Brown 30 $424

    Winter       Tue 12/7 – 3/8, 5 – 9 p.m.                                           CTEC222 Site Development (Using CIVIL3D)                        2 credits
                 Sharbono, Brown 30 $882                                              This is an advanced AutoCAD class allowing students to integrate their
                                                                                      gained knowledge of the previous classes. Student will participate in the
    CTEC220 Transportation Design                                       3 credits     design, planning and development, grading, utility and pipe layout for
    In this course, you will gain a working knowledge of a range of design            commercial developments using the most available software package
    concepts related to transportation infrastructure. Topics discussed               such as CIVIL3D. This course provides students with the opportunity to
    include rigid/flexible pavement design, geometrics, intersection design,          see their own design come together while gaining valuable hands-on
    plan and profile layout, vertical and horizontal alignment, capacity and          experience with the latest design programs. Prerequisites: CTEC211,
    level of service, traffic control devices, and transportation planning.           CTEC212, CTEC213 Corequisites: CTEC218, CTEC220
    Practical application of this information will be emphasized.
    Prerequisites: CTEC211, CTEC212, CTEC213                                          Spring       Thu 3/24 – 6/9, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                   Manninen, Brown 30 $916
    Winter       Tue 12/9 – 3/10, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
                 Sharbono, Brown 30 $636                                              CTEC224 Internship II                                               4 credits
                                                                                      You will interview with several desirable design firms prior to beginning
    CTEC200 Internship I                                               4 credits      your second internship. Continuing on with your first internship site is
    You will interview with several desirable design firms prior to beginning         suggested and is dependent upon the site supervisor and/or the
    your internship. The internship will allow you to affirm your knowledge           student. The second internship will allow you to continue on with the
    learned in the classroom while acquiring new, practical skills with a             application of your knowledge learned in the classroom. Acquiring new,
    professional team. A three-way agreement will be drafted to ensure that           practical skills with a civil engineer is practiced. A three-way agreement
    you are able to experience as much of the professional process as                 will be drafted to ensures that you will continue receiving experience
    possible. This internship opportunity is a paid position and flexible. 180        relating to the civil engineering profession. This internship opportunity is
    hours of practical training is required. Hours will vary; suggested pace of       a paid position. 180 hours of hands-on training is required. Hours will
    acquiring hours is 15–20 hours per week. Performance will be                      vary; suggested speed of acquiring hours is 15 hours per week. Your
    monitored by an internship coordinator. The cost is $848.                         performance will be monitored by an internship coordinator. The cost is
                                                                                      $848.
    CTEC216 Hydrology, Hydraulics, and Pipe Design                      3 credits
    In this course, you will learn the basic design concepts of fluid flow
    through hydrology and hydraulics. The topics covered will include the
    hydrologic cycle, estimation of design flows, design procedures for                 CST Exam
    hydraulic structures, detention basin design, open channel flow and flow            The Certified Survey Technician (CST) Exam is an industry
    through conduits, and pipe sizing. Emphasis will be placed on practical             standard examination for survey technicians recognized by the US
    application of design information.                                                  Department of Labor. The Level III Field Construction certification
    Prerequisites: CTEC211, CTEC212                                                     is required for crew chiefs working on MNDOT contractor staking
                                                                                        projects. This class will focus on preparing students and refreshing
    Spring       Mon 3/21 – 6/6, 5:30 – 8:45 p.m.                                       skills for the Level III Field Construction exam, however, all levels
                 Sharbono, Brown 30 $636                                                may benefit from the instruction.

    CTEC218 Geotechnical Design                                         3 credits       Spring       3/15 – 3/17, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
    The geotechnical design topics covered in this class will include soil                           Gregory, Red 63 $249
    material properties such as bearing capacity and settlement,
    calculations of earth pressure, lateral pressure and factors of safety,
    compaction, slope stability, and types of foundations and retaining
    walls. Instruction will focus on practical application of these design
    principles.
    Prerequisites: CTEC111, CTEC213

    Spring       Tue 3/22 – 6/7, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
                 Toussaint, Brown 30 $636

    CTEC214 Understanding Liability and Contracts                         2 credits
    Your instruction in this class will include topics such as liability and
    financial risk, federal laws and regulations, contract bonds, insurance
    coverage, underwriting factors, and alternative forms of dispute
    resolution. Emphasis will be placed on application of these concepts to
    the engineering and construction industry. Prerequisite: CTEC113

    Spring       Wed 3/23 – 4/27, 5 – 9 p.m.
                 Gregory, Brown 30 $424




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                   Computer-Aided                                                       Construction Estimating
                   Design Courses                                                             Certificate

CADD107 AutoCAD                                                  3 credits    The Program
You’ll have an extensive introduction into the newest release of              The Construction Estimating Certificate program provides students the
AutoCAD. The main topics for this class include 2D geometry, text,            skills and knowledge needed to prepare takeoffs, estimates and bids for
dimensioning, blocks, printing, and basic 3D geometry. The class will         various construction projects. Themes prevalent throughout the
cover architectural and mechanical projects, including 3-view drawings,       certificate include the role of the estimator, the bidding process,
assembly drawings, wiring schematics, floor plans, and elevations. No         interpretation of construction documents, strategies for material and
previous knowledge is necessary, but you should have a working                quantity takeoffs and accurate pricing. Graduates of the certificate will
knowledge of the keyboard and mouse.                                          be suited to pursue a career as a construction cost estimator.

Fall        Mon 9/13 – 11/29, 5 – 10 p.m.                                     Prerequisites:
            Gurgel, Red 63 $882 + $450 Technology Fee                              •    Director approved industry experience
                                                                                   •    Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products, including
Winter      Mon 12/6 – 3/7, 5 – 10 p.m.                                                 Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
            Gurgel, Red 63 $882 + $450 Technology Fee
                                                                              Program Length
Spring      Mon 3/21 – 6/6, 5 – 10 p.m.                                       Graduates of this three-quarter program earn a certificate (18 credits).
            Gurgel, Red 63 $882 + $450 Technology Fee
                                                                                                Construction Estimating Certificate
CADD111 ProE                                                  3 credits
Creation of 3D solid models using parametric sketching, modeling and             Course #                     Course Name                       Credits
surfacing techniques. Methods for development of 2D production
drawings using Pro/Engineer’s drafting tools and emphasizing optimal            CEST101         Introduction to Construction Estimating            2
system use.
                                                                                CEST102         Cost Estimating                                    2
Fall        Mon 9/13 – 11/29, 5 – 10 p.m.                                       CEST103         Construction Documents for Estimators              2
            Staff, Red 32 $882 + $450 Technology Fee
                                                                                CEST104         Residential Building Estimating                    2
Winter      Mon 12/6 – 3/7, 5 – 10 p.m.
            Staff, Red 32 $882 + $450 Technology Fee                            CEST105         Commercial Building Estimating                     2
                                                                                CEST106         Site Construction Estimating                       2
Spring      Mon 3/21 – 6/6, 5 – 10 p.m.
            Staff, Red 32 $882 + $450 Technology Fee                            CEST107         BIM Integrated Estimating                          2

                                                                                CEST108         Green Construction Estimating                      2
                                                                                CEST109         Capstone Project                                   2

                 Construction Print                                           CEST101 Introduction to Construction Estimating                2 credits
                                                                              Develop techniques for producing accurate estimates based on best
                 Reading Courses                                              practices and industry standards to understand the scope of an
                                                                              estimator’s role in the bidding process.

                                                                              Fall         Tue 9/14 – 10/19, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                           Staff, Red 66 $424
ARCH101 Construction Print Reading                                4 credits
Students will study working drawings and specifications for commercial
                                                                              Spring       Tue 3/23 – 4/27, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
structures. Students will organize a set of drawings and specifications;
                                                                                           Staff, Room TBA $424
identify various details and parts of buildings, and read dimensions,
scales, and symbols. This beginning-level class teaches about detail
                                                                              CEST102 Cost Estimating                                              2 credits
references, schedules, labels, and contour lines, as well as how to
                                                                              Develop strategies for determining accurate costs of construction to
interpret architects notes. Students study commercial print reading to
                                                                              produce quality bids that include all factors affecting the final bid
include electrical and mechanical print reading. Studies enhance one’s
                                                                              amount.
knowledge on electrical, heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning
systems as they relate to architectural and construction blueprints.
                                                                              Fall         Tue 10/26 – 11/30, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                           Staff, Red 66 $424
Fall        Tue/Wed 9/8 - 11/30, 6 – 9:45 p.m.
            Papke, Red 63 $1,340
                                                                              Spring       Tue 5/3 – 6/7, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                           Staff, Room TBA $424
Summer2011         Mon/Tue 6/21, 6/28, 7/6 – 8/31, 5 – 9:45 p.m.
                   Strother, Red 63 $1,340
                                                                              CEST103 Construction Documents for Estimators                 2 credits
                                                                              Develop techniques of interpreting various construction documents to
                                                                              identify all factors included in the scope of an estimate.

                                                                              Fall         Thu 9/9 – 11/18, 5:30 – 8:45 p.m.
                                                                                           Staff, Red 66 $670

                                                                              Spring       Thu 3/24 – 6/9, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
                                                                                           Staff, Room TBA $670


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    CEST104 Residential Building Estimating                          2 credits
    Develop estimating strategies for various residential building assemblies
    to produce accurate estimates.                                                   Electrical Construction Design
    Winter      Tue/Thu 2/1 – 3/10, 6 – 9 p.m.
                Staff, Red 66 $670
                                                                                      and Management Certificate
    Summer2011         Tue/Thu 6/16 – 7/28, 6 – 9 p.m.
                       Staff, Room and cost TBA
                                                                                  The Program
    CEST105 Commercial Building Estimating                        2 credits       The Electrical Construction Design and Management Certificate seeks
    Develop estimating strategies for various commercial building                 to address the increasing demand for electrical drafters, designers,
    assemblies to produce accurate estimates.                                     estimators, project managers and electrical manufacturing
                                                                                  representatives by providing the skills and knowledge essential to a
    Spring      Tue/Thu 5/3 – 6/9, 6 – 9 p.m.                                     successful career at engineering firms, electrical contractors, Power
                Staff, Red 66 $670                                                Limited Contractors and electrical manufacturers. The Certificate
                                                                                  recognizes those who have accumulated a specific level of electrical
    Summer2011         Tue/Thu 8/2 – 9/1, 5:30 – 9 p.m.                           knowledge and skills that increase professional stature; demonstrates
                       Staff, Room and cost TBA                                   your commitment to individual professional improvement; provides you
                                                                                  with a marketable electrical credential to an employer and increases
    CEST106 Site Construction Estimating                            2 credits     opportunities for job advancement; and assures employers of your
    Develop estimating strategies for various site construction assemblies        competency upon which quality assurance and quality control programs
    to produce accurate estimates.                                                depend.

    Winter      Wed 12/8 – 3/9, 6 – 9 p.m.                                        Program Length
                Staff, Red 66 $670                                                Graduates of this three-quarter program earn a Certificate (18 credits).
                                                                                  Two classes are offered each quarter. All classes are transferable to
    Summer2011         Wed 6/15 – 8/31, 6 – 9 p.m.                                day school and count towards an AAS Degree in Electrical Construction
                       Staff, Room and cost TBA                                   Design and Management. There is a Learning Technology fee of $450
                                                                                  will be added for each quarter. Non-certificate seeking students may
    CEST107 BIM Integrated Estimating                             2 credits       also take these courses.
    Develop computer estimates by integrating multiple software tools to
    communicate materials, quantities and costs electronically.
                                                                                         Electrical Construction Design and Management Certificate
    Spring      Tue/Thu 3/22 – 4/28, 6 – 9 p.m.
                Staff, Red 66 $670                                                 Course #                       Course Name                          Credits

    CEST108 Green Construction Estimating                            2 credits    ECDM114        Electrical Fundamentals                                   3
    Apply green principles to construction projects to prepare project
                                                                                  ECDM124        Electrical Wiring Systems                                 3
    estimates that meet green industry requirements.
                                                                                  ECDM136        Residential Electrical Constr Design & Mgmt               3
    Winter      Tue/Thu 12/7 – 1/27, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
                Staff, Red 66 $670                                                ECDM214        Commercial Electrical Constr Design & Mgmt                3
                                                                                  ECDM224        Industrial Electrical Constr Design & Mgmt                3
    CEST109 Capstone Project                                          2 credits   ECDM234        Electrical Const Estimating. & Mgmt                       3
    Demonstrate knowledge or CEST Program Outcomes with defined
    deliverables as taught in the certificate for learning assessment and
    industry verification. Prerequisites: CEST 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106.
    Corequisites CEST107, 108                                                     ECDM114 Electrical Fundamentals                                     3 credits
                                                                                  This class provides training in applying electrical principles and laws;
    Spring      Wed 3/23 – 6/8, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.                                  performing circuit calculations using formulas; designing and calculating
                Staff, Red 66 $916                                                circuit parameters for electrical and electronic circuitry; testing and
                                                                                  connecting circuits; selecting measuring devices; measuring electrical
                                                                                  quantities; adhering to electrical safety; and analyzing circuit operations
                                                                                  and reactions of components.

                                                                                  Fall         Mon/Wed 9/8 - 10/18, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                               Staff, Red 26 $1,005

                                                                                  ECDM124 Electrical Wiring Systems                           3 credits
                                                                                  This class provides training in wiring and installing electrical materials
                                                                                  and equipment; applying National Electrical Code (NEC) to electrical
                                                                                  installations; connecting and testing motors, transformers and
                                                                                  generators; performing electrical NEC calculation for power generation
                                                                                  and distribution systems; and wiring and installing Power Limited
                                                                                  Systems. Prerequisite: ECDM114

                                                                                  Fall         Mon/Wed 10/20 – 11/29, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                               Staff, Red 29 $1,005




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ECDM136 Residential Electrical Construction Design and
Management                                                       3 credits
This class provides training in designing, drafting and specifying
residential building projects. Designing includes: power system, lighting
                                                                                    Electrical Construction and
system, emergency system, security system, phone/data system, TV
system and NEC calculations. Drafting includes x-referencing, laying
                                                                                      Maintenance Certificate
out equipment, circuiting and plotting using AutoCAD 2009 or Revit
MEP 2009. Specifying includes using CSI 1998 or CSI 2004.
Prerequisite(s): ECDM124
                                                                             The Program
Winter      Mon/Wed 12/6 - 1/31, 5 – 9:50 p.m.                               The Electrical Construction and Maintenance Certificate seeks to
            Staff, Red 29 $1,005                                             address the increasing demand for journeyman electricians,
                                                                             maintenance electricians, power limited technicians, electrical control
ECDM214 Commercial Electrical Construction Design and                        specialists, PLC programmers and electrical manufacturing
Management                                                       3 credits   representatives by providing the skills and knowledge essential to a
This class provides training in designing, drafting and specifying           successful career at electrical contractors, building maintenance
commercial building projects. Designing includes: Power system,              departments, power limited contractors and electrical manufacturers.
lighting system, mechanical system, emergency system, security               The Certificate recognizes those who have accumulated a specific level
system, phone/data system, TV system, fire alarm system, generator           of electrical knowledge and skills that increase professional stature;
sizing using Cummins, lighting calculation using visual, energy code         demonstrates your commitment to individual professional improvement;
using ComCheck and NEC calculations. Drafting includes x-referencing,        provides you with a marketable electrical credential to an employer and
laying out equipment, circuiting and plotting using AutoCAD 2009 or          increases opportunities for job advancement; and assures employers of
Revit MEP 2009. Specifying includes using CSI 1998 or CSI 2004.              your competency upon which quality assurance and quality control
Prerequisite: ECDM124                                                        programs depend.

Winter      Mon/Wed 2/2 - 3/9, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                 Program Length
            Tue 2/8 - 2/22, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                    Graduates of this three-quarter program earn a certificate (18 credits).
            Staff, Red 29 $1,005                                             Two classes are offered each quarter. All classes are transferable to
                                                                             day school and count towards an AAS Degree in Electrical Construction
ECDM224 Industrial Electrical Construction Design and                        and Maintenance. There is a Learning Technology fee of $450 will be
Management                                                       3 credits   added for each quarter. Non-certificate seeking students may also take
This class provides training in designing, drafting, specifying and          these courses.
analyzing industrial building Projects. Designing includes: power
system, lighting system, mechanical system, process systems,
emergency system, UPS system, security system, phone/data system,                     Electrical Construction and Maintenance Certificate
fire alarm system, generator sizing using Cummins, lighting calculation
using visual, energy code using ComCheck and NEC calculations.                 Course #                      Course Name                        Credits
Drafting includes x-referencing, laying out equipment, circuiting and
plotting using AutoCAD 2009 or Revit MEP 2009. Specifying includes            ELEC114        Electrical Fundamentals                               3
using CSI 1998 or CSI 2004. Analyzing includes using SKM-PTW to               ELEC126        Power Limited Systems                                 3
perform Load Flow, OCPD Coordination and Harmonics. Prerequisite:
ECDM124                                                                       ELEC134        Electrical Apparatus                                  3

Spring      Mon/Wed 3/21 - 4/27, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                ELEC214        Electrical Control Systems                            3
            Staff, Red 29 $1,005
                                                                              ELEC227        Residential Electrical Wiring                         3
ECDM234 Electrical Construction Estimation and Management                     OR
                                              3 credits
This class provides training in estimating and managing electrical            ELEC237        Commercial & Industrial Elect. Wiring                 3
construction projects. Estimating includes using Excel and McCormick
to perform material and labor take off, bid summary, bid analysis and         ELEC239        Schematics                                            3
bid proposal. Managing includes using MS Project to develop:
schematic design, design development, construction documents,
construction phases and commissioning.                                       ELEC114 Electrical Fundamentals                                      3 credits
Prerequisite(s): ECDM124                                                     This class provides training in applying electrical principles and laws;
                                                                             performing circuit calculations using formulas; analyzing and calculating
Spring      Mon/Wed 5/2 - 6/8, 5 – 9:50 p.m.                                 circuit parameters for electrical and electronic circuitry; testing and
            Staff, Red 29 $1,005                                             connecting circuits; selecting measuring devices; measuring electrical
                                                                             quantities; adhering to electrical safety; and analyzing circuit operations
                                                                             and reactions of components.

                                                                             Fall         Tue/Thur 9/9 - 10/19, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                          Staff, Red 26 $1,005

                                                                             ELEC126 Power Limited systems                                      3 credits
                                                                             This class provides training in theory of operation, applications,
                                                                             installations, wiring, troubleshooting and NEC calculations of fire alarm
                                                                             systems, security systems, HVAC control systems, phone systems,
                                                                             data systems, paging systems and TV systems. Prerequisite: ELEC114

                                                                             Fall         Tue/Thur 10/21 - 11/30, 5 – 9:50 p.m.
                                                                                          Staff, Room $948




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     ELEC134 Electrical Apparatus                                       3 credits
     This class provides training in theory of operation, applications,
     installations, wiring, troubleshooting and NEC calculations of motors
     and controllers; transformers; generators; and metering and protective
                                                                                         Facilities Service Management
     relays. Prerequisite: ELEC 114                                                                 Certificate
     Winter       Tue/Thur 12/7 - 1/27, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
                  Staff, Red 13 $1,005

     ELEC214 Electrical Control Systems                                 3 credits     The Career
     This class provides training in theory of operation, applications,               Facilities Service Managers are needed in different types of businesses
     installations, wiring, troubleshooting, programming and NEC                      at many different levels. Examples are: apartment buildings;
     calculations of PLC’s, AC and DC drives, industrial control and building         manufacturing plants; schools; hospitals; retail facilities etc. Facilities
     automation systems. Prerequisite(s): ELEC114                                     Service Managers will manage and direct the maintenance, service and
                                                                                      repair of a building’s maintenance, including the heating and air
     Winter       Tue/Thur 2/1 - 3/10, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                  conditioning systems, electrical systems, communications systems
                  Staff, Red 13 $1,005 + $450 Technology Fee                          along with environmental and safety compliance, grounds maintenance,
                                                                                      custodial support, cafeteria support and others such as building
     ELEC227 Residential Electrical Wiring                                3 credits   efficiency, usable space, swimming pool maintenance, security
     This class provides training in identifications, applications, installations,    systems, etc.
     troubleshooting, NEC requirements and NEC calculations of cable and
     conduit wiring methods, electrical equipments and electrical material for        The Program
     power systems, lighting systems and HWAC systems of residential                  The Facilities Service Management Certificate is designed to give
     buildings. The class also provides training in the use of power and hand         individuals skills and training as a Facilities Service Manager. It is
     tools and OSHA electrical safety requirement. Prerequisite: ELEC114              designed to train you in the understanding of: drawings and
                                                                                      specifications for commercial structures; environmental Health and
     Spring       Tue/Thur 3/22 - 4/28, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                 Safety rules and regulations; training in the operation, servicing,
                  Staff, Red 13 $1,005                                                maintenance and repair of Heating, Ventilating, Air conditioning, and
                                                                                      boilers systems; electrical and telecommunications systems; and
     ELEC239 Schematics                                                 3 credits     training in the use of an Oxyacetylene torch for cutting and welding.
     This class provides training in developing, applying, installing, siring,        This program also prepares the students for certification testing in three
     troubleshooting and setting up schematic diagrams for electronic wiring.         areas; Boilers-Special, CFC (Chlorofluorocarbon) and CPO (Certified
     Prerequisite: ELEC114                                                            Pool Operator).

     Spring       Tue/Thur 3/22 - 4/28, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                 Program Length
                  Staff, Red 13 $1,005                                                Graduates of this four-quarter program earn a certificate (33 credits).

     ELEC237 Commercial and Ind. Electrical Wiring                        3 credits
     This class provides training in identifications, applications, installations,                   Facilities Service Management Certificate
     troubleshooting, NEC requirements and NEC calculations of cable and
     conduit wiring methods, electrical equipments and electrical material for         Course #                       Course Name                        Credits
     power systems, lighting systems, process systems and HWAC systems
     of commercial and industrial buildings. The class also provides training         ARCH101         Construction Print Reading                             4
     in the use of power and hand tools, conduit bending and OSHA
                                                                                      CADD107         AutoCAD                                                3
     electrical safety requirement.
     Prerequisite: ELEC114                                                            FSMC101         Understanding Electrical Systems                       2

     Spring       Tue/Thur 5/3 - 6/9, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                                   Commercial Facilities Sound Alarm & Fire
                                                                                      FSMC112                                                                3
                  Staff, Red 13 $1,005                                                                System
                                                                                                      Environmental Health and Safety for
                                                                                      FSMC103                                                                3
                                                                                                      Commercial Facilities
                                                                                      FSMC104         Telecommunications Service & Maint                     3
                                                                                      FSMC116         Boiler Operation & Maintenance                         3
                                                                                      FSMC107         Certified Pool/Operator Certification                  1
                                                                                      ICON101         PLC Industrial Controls Basic Lecture/Lab              3
                                                                                      GRN107          Green Operations and Maintenance                       2
                                                                                      HVACR202        Refrigerant Transition & Recovery Certificate          1
                                                                                      SERV144         Basic Refrigeration Technology                         2
                                                                                      WTEC101         Basic Welding Fundamentals                             3




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ARCH101 Construction Print Reading                                 4 credits    HVACR202 Refrigerant Transition and Recovery                         1 credit
Students will study working drawings and specifications for commercial          After completing several classes in SERV144, you may want to obtain
structures. Students will organize a set of drawings and specifications,        certification in proper refrigerant handling techniques. Section 608 of the
identify various details and parts of buildings, and read dimensions,           Federal Clean Air Act requires that all persons who maintain, service,
scales, and symbols. This beginning-level class teaches about detail            repair or dispose of appliances that contain regulated refrigerants be
references, schedules, labels, and contour lines, as well as how to             certified in proper refrigerant handling techniques. This certification is
interpret architects notes. Students study commercial print reading to          also required to purchase refrigerants. This class will teach you what
include electrical and mechanical print reading. Studies enhance one’s          you need to know to obtain universal certification. There will be an
knowledge of electrical, heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning             additional fee to administer the test.
systems as they relate to architectural and construction blueprints.
                                                                                Fall         Mon 11/15 – 11/29, 5 – 10 p.m.
Fall         Tue/Wed 9/8 – 11/30, 6 – 9:45 p.m.                                              Luesse, Blue 26 $212
             Papke, Red 63 $1,340
                                                                                Winter       Mon 2/14 – 3/7, 5 – 10 p.m.
Summer2011         Mon 6/21 – 6/28, 5 – 9:45 p.m.                                            Luesse, Blue 26 $212
                   Mon/Tue 7/6 – 8/31, 5 – 9:45 p.m.
                   Strother, Red 63 $1,340                                      Spring       Mon 5/9 – 5/23, 5 – 10 p.m.
                                                                                             Luesse, Blue 26 $212
CADD107 AutoCAD                                                    3 credits
You’ll have an extensive introduction into the newest release of                FSMC116 Boiler Operation and Maintenance                       3 credits
AutoCAD. The main topics for this class include 2D geometry, text,              This class is designed to prepare you to take the state boiler
dimensioning, blocks, printing, and basic 3D geometry. The in-class             examination. You will learn about the operation and maintenance of
homework will cover architectural and mechanical projects, including 3-         steam and hydronic systems, as well as the maintenance of boilers,
view drawings, assembly drawings, wiring schematics, floor plans, and           pumps, and valves and all appurtenances involved within the boiler
elevations. No previous knowledge is necessary, but you should have a           plant. You do not have to have any previous knowledge of boilers to
working knowledge of the keyboard and mouse. Laptops are provided               take this class.
for the class during the class time periods only. Limited class size.
                                                                                Fall         Wed 9/8 - 12/1, 5:30 – 10 p.m.
Fall         Mon 9/13 – 11/29, 5 – 10 p.m.                                                   Kubitschek, Green 78 $882
             Gurgel, Red 63 $882 + $450 Technology Fee
                                                                                Winter       Wed 12/8 - 3/9, 5 – 10 p.m.
Winter       Mon 12/6 – 3/7, 5 – 10 p.m.                                                     Kubitschek, Green 78 $882
             Gurgel, Red 63 $882 + $450 Technology Fee
                                                                                Spring       Wed 3/23 – 6/8, 5 – 10 p.m.
Spring       Mon 3/21 – 6/6, 5 – 10 p.m.                                                     Kubitschek, Green 78 $882
             Gurgel, Red 63 $882 + $450 Technology Fee
                                                                                FSMC107 Certified Pool/Spa Operator Certification                  1 credit
FSMC101 Understanding Electrical Systems                            2 credits   This course will provide the knowledge and skills necessary to operate,
The participants of this class will learn how to professionally analyze DC      maintain and test public pools and spas. The CPO exam will be given
and AC electrical circuits: series, parallel and a combination of both.         on the last day of instruction by a NSPF® approved instructor. This
The participants will learn how electrical power is produced, transmitted       CPO certification is widely accepted by health departments. This course
and distributed. You will be able to specify and size major electrical          is recommended to all individuals involved in the aquatic industry
system equipment according to NEC, NESC and other applicable                    including all facility service managers or property managers associated
codes, including: generators, transformers, switchgears, panel boards,          with servicing or operating public pools and spas.
motors, HVAC systems, MCC’s, ATS’s, feeders, branch-circuits and
over-current protection devices. The participant will be able to                Fall         Tue/Thur 9/2 - 9/16, 6 – 9 p.m.
understand and develop: one-line diagrams, riser diagrams, lighting                          Soukop, Green 78 $212
circuits, power circuits and control circuits. You will be trained on
workplace safety and how to use electrical measurement equipment like           Winter      Tue/Thur 12/2 - 12/16, 6 – 9 p.m.
multi-meters and meg-ohm-meters in diagnosing and trouble-shooting                          Soukop, Green 78 $212
electrical equipment and electrical circuits.
                                                                                Spring      Tue/Thur 5/5 – 5/19, 6 – 9 p.m.
Fall         Thu 9/9 – 11/18, 5 – 9 p.m.                                                    Soukop, Chaska Campus $212
             Staff, Red 7 $670
                                                                                Summer2011         Tue/Thur 6/14 – 6/28, 5 – 8 p.m.
Spring       Thu 3/24 – 6/9, 5 – 9 p.m.                                                            Soukop, Green 78 Cost TBA
             Staff, Red 7 $670
                                                                                WTEC101 Basic Welding Fundamentals                              3 credits
SERV144 Basic Refrigeration Technology                            2 credits     This course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of
This class is designed to set the foundation for developing a                   welding. The primary process will be the use of oxy-acetylene welding
comprehensive knowledge in refrigeration. You will study compressors,           and cutting of carbon-steel materials. MIG, TIG and stick processes
evaporators, condensers, refrigerant and refrigerant controls. This is a        will be introduced in the second half of the quarter. An emphasis is
hands on and lecture based class that will include instruction in               placed on personal and equipment safety
soldering, the use of gauges, the various refrigeration cycles and the
charging of a system with refrigerant.                                          Fall         Thur 9/9 – 11/18, 5 – 10:15 p.m.
                                                                                             Lesemann, W226 $882
Fall         Tue 9/14 – 11/30, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
             Luesse, Blue 26 $670                                               Winter       Thur 12/9 - 3/10, 5 – 10 p.m.
                                                                                             Lesemann, W226 $882
Winter       Tue 12/7 – 3/8, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
             Luesse, Blue 26 $670                                               Spring       Thur 3/24 – 6/9, 5 – 10 p.m.
                                                                                             Lesemann, W226 $882
Spring       Tue 3/22 – 6/8, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
             Luesse, Blue 26 $670




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     GRN107 Green Operations and Maintenance                          2 credits
     Apply critical tools for facilities managers through the development and
     implementation of policies and plans to maximize operational efficiency
     while minimizing environmental impacts.
                                                                                          Green Building Sustainability
     Winter      Wed 12/8 – 3/9, 5:30 – 8:45 p.m.
                                                                                             Technology Certificate
                 Staff, Red 60 $630

     FSMC112 Commercial Facility’s Sound, Alarm and Fire Systems
                                                                       3 credits   The Career
     Various practices and principles utilizing local and national codes as        This training provides learning components of skills on the nation’s
     they pertain to commercial sound, alarm and fire systems will be              largest industry, the construction industry. The American economy is
     studied. Students will be responsible for the thorough understanding of       creating new jobs for people who have an understanding of building and
     basic functionality of these systems along with entry level design and        construction technology. All construction projects, home construction,
     installation practices. Students will also become skilled at how to           renovation, commercial building and highways, require well-trained
     maintain proper management records of these systems.                          developers and managers.

     Fall        Tue/Thur 9/9 – 10/19, 5 – 10 p.m.                                 The Program
                 Staff, Red 16 $882                                                The Green Building Certificate program provides students the
                                                                                   information to address the integration of sustainability into the built
     FSMC103 Environmental Health and Safety for Commercial                        environment. Themes prevalent throughout the certificate include best
     Facilities                                                        3 credits   management practices of cost management, procurement, risk,
     Students will gain knowledge of compliances of OSHA Standards for             documentation, industry standards and life cycle analysis.
     commercial facilities. Environmental health and safety regulations in the     Enrollment Requirements:
     workplace will be explained. Topics for discussion will include; keeping           •    Approved industry experience
     the workplace safe, clean-up methods, indoor air quality, mold                     •    Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite; Microsoft Word,
     refrigerants, asbestos, lead and disposal of hazardous materials.                       Excel, and Microsoft Project
     Students will learn how to develop a maintenance checklist and                     •    Technology Fee $450 per quarter
     accomplish significance of posting MSDS forms in a facility.
                                                                                   Program Length
     Spring      Tue 3/22 - 6/7, 5 – 8:45 p.m.                                     Graduates of this three-quarter program earn a certificate (18 credits).
                 Durkee, Red 16 $636

     FSMC104 Telecommunication Service and Maint.                     3 credits
     This is an introductory class in various telecommunications network                        Green Building Sustainability Technology Certificate
     implementations for residential or commercial facilities. The student will                Course #                Course Name                   Credits
     be trained about the cabling required in the different computer networks,
     phone and communication lines. Implementations of these systems and                      GRN102         Sustainability                             2
     hardware will be demonstrated. The student will become skilled at                        GRN103         Green Means & Methods                      2
     physically setting up a network and configuring the software as well.
     Cooling, ventilating, sealing and cleaning an IT support room will be                    GRN104         Contract Documents & Risk                  2
     discussed. The student will be introduced to troubleshooting situations                  GRN105         Residential Green Building                 2
     and corrective actions to resolve them. Prerequisite: FSMC112.
                                                                                              GRN107         Green Operations & Maintenance             2
     Fall        Tue/Thu 10/21 – 11/30, 5 – 10 p.m.
                                                                                              CEST108        Green Construction Estimating              2
                 Staff, Red 16 $882
                                                                                              GRN202         Green Cost Management                      2
     ICON101 PLC Industrial Controls Basic Lecture/Lab                3 credits               GRN203         Sustainability & Minnesota Codes           2
     Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to
     use ladder logic to program a PLC at two levels. The course starts out                   GRN204         Tenant Improvements                        1
     on a nano PLC. Once competent with the basic instructions, the student                   GRN205         Sustainable Communities                    1
     will then choose a platform to program more complex PLCs. Choose
     from Allen Bradley, Siemens, GE Fanuc and Omron PLCs. A minimal
     level of knowledge in Basic Electricity and Computers is required. This       GRN 102 Sustainability I                                          2 credits
     course will include all of the basics such as number systems, Boolean         Explore the principles of sustainability through case studies to develop
     logic, PLC architecture, communications, contacts, coils, timers,             an informed perspective of how sustainability is changing the build
     counters, and latching instructions.                                          environment.

     Fall        Wed 9/8 – 11/24, 5 – 10 p.m.                                      Fall        Mon 9/13 – 11/29, 5:30 – 9:15 p.m.
                 Devine-Volkhommer, Blue 65 $882 + $450 Technology Fee                         Staff, Red 60 $670

     Winter      Wed 12/8 – 3/9, 5 – 10 p.m.                                       GRN103 Green Means and Methods                                  2 credits
                 Devine-Volkhommer, Blue 65 $882 + $450 Technology Fee             Develop Construction Waste Management Plans and Indoor Air Quality
                                                                                   Plans using green building reference standards for tracking various
     Spring      Wed 3/23 – 6/8, 5 – 10 p.m.                                       building projects.
                 Devine-Volkhommer, Blue 65 $882 + $450 Technology Fee
                                                                                   Fall        Wed 9/8 – 11/24, 5:30 – 9:15 p.m.
                                                                                               Staff, Red 60 $670

                                                                                   GRN104 Contract Documents and Risk                              2 credits
                                                                                   Examine the liabilities and risks through case studies of unsuccessful
                                                                                   projects to mitigate the impact of claims over unmet expectations of
                                                                                   contractors, architects and owners.

                                                                                   Fall        Thur 9/9 – 11/18, 5:30 – 8:15 p.m.
                                                                                               Staff, Red 60 $424



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GRN105 Residential Green Building                               2 credits
Study a framework for utilizing selected Minnesota and national
programs to pursue or implement a residential green build.                           HVACR Commercial Service
Winter      Mon 12/6 – 3/7, 5:30 – 8:50 p.m.
            Staff, Red 60 $424
                                                                                       Technology Certificate
GRN107 Green Operations and Maintenance                          2 credits
Apply critical tools for facilities managers through the development and
implementation of policies and plans to maximize operational efficiency      The Career
while minimizing environmental impacts.                                      Increasing emphasis is being placed on the levels of operational
                                                                             efficiencies of building energy systems, and those systems and controls
Winter      Wed 12/8 – 3/9, 5:30 – 8:45 p.m.                                 in the HVAC Industry are rapidly changing. The HVACR commercial
            Staff, Red 60 $630                                               service technician needs to have an understanding of the basic
                                                                             commercial controls systems as well as the hands on knowledge of
CEST108 Green Construction Estimating                            2 credits   start-up, check-out, trouble shooting, diagnosing and repair of the
Apply green principles to construction projects to prepare project           HVAC components. Employment opportunities include the installation,
estimates that meet green industry requirements.                             servicing and day-to-day operation of a variety of commercial heating
                                                                             and cooling systems.
Winter      Tue/Thur 12/7 – 1/27, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
            Staff, Red 66 $670                                               The Program
                                                                             The HVACR Commercial Service Certificate is designed to set the
GRN202 Green Cost Management                                    2 credits    foundation for developing a comprehensive knowledge of commercial
Develop strategies to manage and justify costs through life cycle            refrigeration systems including the design and layout parameters of
analysis and product comparisons to make critical decisions about            constant-volume HVAC ductwork systems, load calculations and heat
product choice.                                                              loss on light commercial, commercial and industrial settings. Electrical
                                                                             wiring and ladder diagrams along with Manuals J, N, ASHRAE
Spring      Mon/Wed 3/21 – 5/23, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.                            fundamentals and ACCA information will be utilized along with
            Staff, Red 60 $916                                               psychometric applications as they apply to commercial HVACR.

GRN203 Sustainability and Minnesota Codes                       2 credits    Program Length
Investigate Minnesota codes to understand their impact at all stages of      Graduates of this three-quarter program earn a certificate (23 credits).
green projects.

Spring      Thur 3/24 – 5/12, 5 – 8:45 p.m.                                            HVACR Commercial Service Technology Certificate
            Staff, Red 60 $424
                                                                                    Course #                 Course Name                      Credits
GRN204 Tenant Improvements                                     1 credit
Develop techniques to administrate a green tenant improvement using            FSMC101          Understanding Electrical Systems                 2
Best Management Practices to influence resource allocation and
                                                                               SERV144          Basic Refrigeration Tech                         2
procurement.
                                                                               HVACR202         Refrigeration Transition                         1
Spring      Mon/Wed 5/25 – 6/8, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
            Staff, Red 60 $212                                                 FSMC116          Boiler Operation and Maintenance                 3

GRN 205 Sustainable Communities                                  1 credit      SERV145          Residential Refrigeration and Cooling            2
Determine innovative solutions to address municipal and community              SERV148          Commercial Load Calculations                     2
concerns through case studies and personal reflection in order to define
a sustainable community.                                                       SERV149          Commercial Systems Design                        2

Spring      Thur 5/19 – 6/9, 5 – 8:45 p.m.                                     SERV146          Commercial Rooftop Service                       2
            Staff, Red 60 $212
                                                                               SERV147          Commercial HVACR Service                         2
                                                                               SERV150          Commercial Refrigeration Service                 2
                                                                               COMM150          Communications: Interact and Proc                3

                                                                             FSMC101 Understanding Electrical Systems                            2 credits
                                                                             The participants of this class will learn how to professionally analyze DC
                                                                             and AC electrical circuits: series, parallel and a combination of both.
                                                                             The participants will learn how electrical power is produced, transmitted
                                                                             and distributed. You will be able to specify and size major electrical
                                                                             system equipment according to NEC, NESC and other applicable
                                                                             codes, including: generators, transformers, switchgears, panel boards,
                                                                             motors, HVAC systems, MCC’s, ATS’s, feeders, branch-circuits and
                                                                             over-current protection devices. The participant will be able to
                                                                             understand and develop: one-line diagrams, riser diagrams, lighting
                                                                             circuits, power circuits and control circuits. You will be trained on
                                                                             workplace safety and how to use electrical measurement equipment like
                                                                             multi-meters and meg-ohm-meters in diagnosing and trouble-shooting
                                                                             electrical equipment and electrical circuits.

                                                                             Fall         Thu 9/9 – 11/18, 5 – 9 p.m.
                                                                                          Staff, Red 7 $670

                                                                             Spring       Thu 3/24 – 6/9, 5 – 9 p.m.
                                                                                          Staff, Red 7 $670


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     SERV144 Basic Refrigeration Technology                            2 credits     SERV146 Commercial HVACR Rooftop Service                         2 credits
     This class is designed to set the foundation for developing a                   Studies will include electrical wiring and ladder diagrams as they pertain
     comprehensive knowledge in refrigeration. You will study compressors,           to the mechanical cooling for commercial rooftop air-conditioning
     evaporators, condensers, refrigerant and refrigerant controls. This is a        systems. Proper refrigerant charging paramaters, various refrigerant
     hands on and lecture based class that will include instruction in               controls, mechanical unloading, hot gas bypass and economizer
     soldering, the use of gauges, the various refrigeration cycles and the          controls will be discussed along with hands on applications.
     charging of a system with refrigerant.                                          Psychometric applications as they apply to commercial SERV will also
                                                                                     be discussed.
     Fall        Tue 9/14 – 11/30, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
                 Luesse, Blue 26 $670                                                Fall        Tue/Thu 9/9 – 10/19, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
                                                                                                 Staff, W215 $670
     Winter       Tue 12/7 – 3/8, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
                  Luesse, Blue 26 $670                                               Spring      Tue/Thu 5/3 – 6/9, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
                                                                                                 Staff, W215 $670
     Spring       Tue 3/22 – 6/8, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
                  Luesse, Blue 26 $670                                               SERV147 Commercial HVACR Service                                2 credits
                                                                                     The construction of wiring and ladder diagrams as they pertain to the
     HVACR202 Refrigerant Transition and Recovery                         1 credit   mechanical cooling for commercial air-conditioning systems. Proper
     After completing several classes in SERV144, you may want to obtain             refrigerant charging parameters, various refrigerant controls,
     certification in proper refrigerant handling techniques. Section 608 of the     mechanical unloading, hot gas bypass and economizer controls will all
     Federal Clean Air Act requires that all persons who maintain, service,          be points of discussion along with hands on applications. Psychometric
     repair or dispose of appliances that contain regulated refrigerants be          applications will also be studied. Prerequisite: SERV144.
     certified in proper refrigerant handling techniques. This certification is
     also required to purchase refrigerants. This class will teach you what          Fall        Tue/Thu 10/21 – 11/30, 5:30 – 9 p.m.
     you need to know to obtain universal certification. There will be an                        Staff, W215 $670
     additional fee to administer the test.
                                                                                     Spring      Tue/Thu 3/22 – 4/28, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
     Fall         Mon 11/15 – 11/29, 5 – 10 p.m.                                                 Staff, W215 $670
                  Luesse, Blue 26 $212
                                                                                     SERV148 Commercial HVACR Load Calculations                       2 credits
     Winter       Mon 2/14 – 3/7. 5 – 10 p.m.                                        Topics studies will be load calculations, heat gain and heat loss on
                  Luesse, Blue 26 $212                                               residential, light commercial and commercial buildings. Selection of
                                                                                     heating and cooling equipment will be discussed and applied. Manuals
     Spring       Mon 5/9 – 5/23, 5 – 10 p.m.                                        J, N, ASHRAE fundamentals and ACCA information will be utilized
                  Luesse, Blue 26 $212                                               along with psychometric applications as they apply to commercial
                                                                                     HVACR.
     FSMC116 Boiler Operation and Maintenance                       3 credits
     This class is designed to prepare you to take the state boiler                  Winter      Tue/Thur 12/9 – 1/27, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
     examination. You will learn about the operation and maintenance of                          Staff, W215 $670
     steam and hydronic systems, as well as the maintenance of boilers,
     pumps, and valves and all appurtenances involved within the boiler              Summer      Mon 6/13 – 8/29, 5:30 – 8:45 p.m.
     plant. You do not have to have any previous knowledge of boilers to                         Staff, W215 Cost TBA
     take this class.
                                                                                     SERV149 Commercial HVACR Systems Design                          2 credits
     Fall         Wed 9/8 - 12/1, 5:30 – 10 p.m.                                     Topics studies will be load calculations, heat gain and heat loss on
                  Kubitschek, Green 78 $882                                          residential, light commercial and commercial buildings. Selection of
                                                                                     heating and cooling equipment will be discussed and applied.
     Winter       Wed 12/8 - 3/9, 5 – 10 p.m.
                  Kubitschek, Green 78 $882                                          Winter      Tue/Thu 2/1 – 3/10, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
                                                                                                 Staff, W215 $670
     Spring       Wed 3/23 – 6/8, 5 – 10 p.m.
                  Kubitschek, Green 78 $882                                          Summer2011        Tue 6/14 – 8/30, 5:30 – 8:45 p.m.
                                                                                                       Staff, W215 Cost TBA
     SERV145 Refrigeration and Cooling Technology                       2 credits
     Instruction in this class will increase your knowledge of refrigeration to      SERV150 Commercial Refrigeration Service                         2 credits
     include residential applications, troubleshooting, evacuation, charging         The construction of wiring and ladder diagrams as they pertain to
     and repairing of refrigeration systems including lubrication and use of         commercial refrigeration systems. Students will learn about various
     dryers. Use of various electrical meters will also be covered.                  refrigerant controls, high and low pressure motor controls, defrost
     Prerequisite: SERV144.                                                          systems, icemakers, reach-in coolers/freezers and walk-in
                                                                                     coolers/freezers. Students will have both discussion and hands on
     Winter       Wed 12/8 – 3/9, 5 – 8:45 p.m.                                      learning. Prerequisite: SERV144
                  Asmus, W215 $670
                                                                                     Fall        Mon 9/13 – 11/29, 5 – 8:45 p.m.
     Spring       Wed 3/23 – 6/8, 5 – 8:45 p.m.                                                  Staff, W215 $670
                  Asmus, W215 $670
                                                                                     Spring      Mon 3/21 – 6/6, 5 – 9 p.m.
     Summer2011         Wed/Thu 6/15 – 7/21, 5 – 8:45 p.m.                                       Staff, W215 $670
                        Luesse, W215 Cost TBA
                                                                                     COMM150 Communication: Interaction and Process                3 credits
                                                                                     Interpersonal communication, including nonverbal, one on one, small
                                                                                     group and organizational dynamics, are studied and practiced.
                                                                                     Processes involving decision making problem solving and the managing
                                                                                     of such processes effectively are emphasized.

                                                                                     Spring      Wed 3/23 – 6/8, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
                                                                                                 $636



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                                                                               HVACR143 Residential Load Calculations                           4 credits
                                                                               Students will learn concepts for load calculation, equipment selection,
        HVACR Residential Design                                               and heat distribution which are essential to the professional application
                                                                               of HVAC design steps. The class provides an overview of these
              Certificate                                                      concepts using Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) latest
                                                                               version of industry-recognized standard in residential load calculations.
                                                                               Contractors rely on ACCA for technical training and guidance since it is
                                                                               the organization that established HVAC technical standards. Quality
                                                                               HVAC system design is essential to a professional installation and year
The Career                                                                     round indoor comfort.
Residential heating and cooling systems control the temperature,
humidity, and the total air quality within the living environment. Heating     Fall         Mon-Thur 9/8- 12/1, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
& air-conditioning consists of many mechanical, electrical, and                             Staff, Room TBA $1,340
electronic components, such as motors, compressors, pumps, fans,
ducts, pipes, thermostats, and switches. In residential heating and            HVACR142 Residential HVAC Design                                  4 credits
cooling systems it is the conditioned air that is distributed throughout the   This class introduces new students to the processes of HVAC design
building through the use of a distribution method to provide comfort to        and upgrades experienced students with skills to enhance their
the owner. The residential specialist is trained in design, installation,      opportunities within the profession. Students will learn theoretical and
maintenance and repair of these systems. The understanding of the              practical applications of residential HVAC design and layout. The
building envelop, the sizing and layout procedures of the HVAC                 learning outcome goal is to prepare students to complete a design
systems, reading and designing blueprint documents, offer a variety of         project of a multi-level residence.
choices available in the residential market for the HVACR Specialist.          Prerequisite: HVACR143

The Program                                                                    Winter       Mon-Thur 12/6 - 3/10, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
The HVACR Residential Design Program Certificate provides students                          Staff, Room TBA $1,340
with mechanical engineering skills and theoretical knowledge to design
comfortable, safe and efficient indoor environments. Students calculate,       HVACR141 Hydronic Systems                                           4 credits
design, and generate construction-drawings and supporting documents            Principles of design and layout of residential and light-commercial
for residential ventilating and air conditioning systems.                      hydronic systems with emphasis on hydronic equipment, location and
                                                                               selection. Coordination of hydronic systems with architectural,
Program Length                                                                 structural, electrical and civil disciplines. Zone control and wiring are
Graduates of this two-quarter program earn a certificate (24 credits).         also discussed.
You can earn a diploma or an Associate of Applied Science degree by            Prerequisite: HVACR143
completing both the HVACR Residential Design Certificate and the
HVACR Residential Service Certificate, along with some Arts and                Winter       Mon-Thur 12/6 - 3/10, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
Sciences courses. Technology fee of $450 per quarter.                                       Staff, Room TBA $1,340

                HVACR Residential Design Certificate                           HVACR145 HVAC Fabrication and Installation                       4 credits
                                                                               Layout of ductwork and fittings common to the HVAC industry; scaled-
        Course #                Course Name                  Credits           down trunk-line design; proper installation techniques of furnaces,
                                                                               diffusers, dampers, flex connectors, grilles, plenums and ducts.
       HVACR134       Domestic Refrigeration                    4
                                                                               Fabrication of ductwork and fittings common to the HVAC industry;
       HVACR140       Const. Methods/Blueprint Dev              4
                                                                               scaled-down trunk-line fabrication emphasizing quality and quantity of
       HVACR143       Residential Load Calculations             4              work; proper installation of furnaces, diffusers, dampers, flex
                                                                               connectors, grilles, plenums and ducts.
       HVACR142       Residential HVAC Design                   4
                                                                               Winter       Mon-Thur 12/6 - 3/10, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
       HVACR145       HVAC Fabrication & Installation           4                           Staff, Room TBA $1,340
       HVACR141       Hydronic Systems                          4

HVACR134 Domestic Refrigeration                                  4 credits
Emphasis on domestic refrigeration. The mechanical refrigeration cycle
of domestic refrigeration equipment will be analyzed and serviced to
provide optimum operation. Refrigeration system component
installation, analysis, check-out, repairs and maintenance. System start-
up. Internal and external control troubleshooting and analyzing.
Operations of various control systems utilized in domestic refrigeration
and job safety. Prerequisite: HVACR133 or instructor approval.

Fall        Mon-Thur 9/8 - 12/1, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
            Staff, Room TBA $1,340

HVACR140 Construction Methods/Blueprint Dev.                    4 credits
Fundamental theory of the design and layout of residential and light-
commercial HVAC systems. Sketching of working mechanical drawings;
theory and application of friction and dynamic losses within energy
systems.

Analysis of friction and dynamic losses with HVAC systems utilizing
ASHRAE fitting loss coefficients. Duct sizing methods.

Fall        Mon-Thur 9/8 - 12/1, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
            Staff, Room TBA $1,340




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                                                                                    HVACR121 Heating Systems I                                       4 credits
                                                                                    Basic fundamentals and terminology pertaining to heat transfer.
            HVACR Residential Service                                               Thermal environmental science properties are studied. Study of latent
                                                                                    and sensible heat, conduction, convection and radiation. Fundamentals
                  Certificate                                                       of psychometrics discussed. Air distribution, room air-movement
                                                                                    characteristics and the fundamentals of balancing air systems.
                                                                                    Analyzing static, velocity and total pressure along with airflow
                                                                                    measurements within ductwork.

     The Career                                                                     Fall         Mon-Thurs 9/8 - 12/1, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
     Residential heating and cooling systems control the temperature,                            Staff, Room TBA $1,340
     humidity, and the total air quality within the living environment. Heating
     & air-conditioning consists of many mechanical, electrical, and                HVACR131 Cooling Systems I                                          4 credits
     electronic components, such as motors, compressors, pumps, fans,               Basic fundamentals of cooling as it pertains to HVAC&R systems.
     ducts, pipes, thermostats, and switches. In residential heating and            Studies revolve around the basic gas laws and the principles of the
     cooling systems it is the conditioned air that is distributed throughout the   basic refrigeration cycle. Hands-on skills pertaining to refrigeration
     building through the use of a distribution method to provide comfort to        tubing handling, flaring, swedging, soft and hard soldering and brazing.
     the owner. The residential specialist is trained in design, installation,      Introduction to refrigerants and refrigerant management including EPA
     maintenance and repair of these systems. The understanding of the              certification.
     building envelop, the sizing and layout procedures of the HVAC
     systems, reading and designing blueprint documents, offer a variety of         Fall         Mon-Thurs 9/8 - 12/1, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
     choices available in the residential market for the HVACR Specialist.                       Staff, Room TBA $1,340

     The Program                                                                    HVACR113 Electrical Circuits III                                   4 credits
     The HVACR Residential Servicing Program Certificate provides                   Theory of magnetism and circuitry as it pertains to the induction motor.
     students with skills and theoretical knowledge to maintain the safe            Introduction to fundamental types of motors used in the HVAC field.
     operation and energy efficiency of residential HVAC systems. HVAC              Wiring of various power and control circuits. Introduction to the relay,
     systems consist of multiple mechanical, electrical and electronic              contactor and motor starter. Motor usage and service problems
     components. Technicians must be able to maintain those operating               encountered in the field. Electrical diagramming and schematics.
     systems, as well as diagnose and correct problems.                             Troubleshooting motor circuits. Motor nomenclature and safety.
     This is a full-time evening program running from 5 to 9 p.m., Monday           Prerequisite: HVACR111
     through Thursday.
                                                                                    Winter       Mon-Thurs 12/6 - 3/10, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
     Program Length                                                                              Staff, Room TBA $1,340
     Graduates of this two-quarter program earn a certificate (24 credits).
     You can earn a diploma or an Associate of Applied Science degree by            HVACR122 Heating Systems II                                       4 credits
     completing both the HVACR Residential Design Certificate and the               Focal point on heat generation as it pertains to residential furnaces.
     HVACR Residential Service Certificate, along with some Arts and                Natural and LP gases are studied. Furnace types, sequence of
     Sciences courses.                                                              operation, component identification, ignition types, test equipment and
                                                                                    safety is studied. Hands-on troubleshooting pertaining to the
                                                                                    mechanical operation and the electrical control functions of gas
                     HVACR Residential Service Certificate                          furnaces. Improvement of diagnostic and critical-thinking skills to meet
                                                                                    service problems encountered in the field. Combustion testing and job
                Course #             Course Name              Credits               safety is discussed.
                                                                                    Prerequisite: HVACR121
              HVACR111          Electrical Circuits I            4
                                                                                    Winter       Mon-Thurs 12/6 - 3/10, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
              HVACR121          Heating Systems I                4                               Staff, Room TBA $1,340
              HVACR131          Cooling Systems I                4
                                                                                    HVACR132 Cooling Systems II                                        4 credits
              HVACR113          Electrical Circuits III          4                  Fundamentals of residential air conditioning. Evacuation procedures
                                                                                    and deep vacuums. Refrigerant recycling, recovery and management.
              HVACR122          Heating Systems II               4                  Systematic refrigerant charging procedures. Hands-on troubleshooting
                                                                                    of residential split system air conditioning. Basic cooling analysis
              HVACR132          Cooling Systems II               4
                                                                                    through psychometrics and pressure-enthalpy processes. Job safety.
              HVACR112          Electrical Circuits II           4                  Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification will be included.
                                                                                    Prerequisite: HVACR131
              HVACR123          Heating Systems III              4
                                                                                    Winter       Mon-Thurs 12/6 - 3/10, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
              HVACR133          Cooling Systems III              4                               Staff, Room TBA $1,340

                                                                                    HVACR112 Electrical Circuits II                                     4 credits
     HVACR111 Electrical Circuits I                                     4 credits   Electrical circuit troubleshooting primary and secondary load circuits.
     Basic electrical terminology and theory. An introduction to simple-circuit     Ladder diagrams and electrical schematics of existing equipment
     construction. Basic electrical properties and their effects on circuits.       generated on CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) programs. Building skills
     Load capacity for wiring and fuses. Simple-circuit diagramming. The            of troubleshooting live circuits. Hands-on experiments that examine the
     theory of electrical generation through magnetism and                          principles, applications, and wiring of series, parallel and series-parallel
     electromagnetism. Analyzing and testing circuits with various test             circuits. Introduction to semiconductors and elementary solid-state
     equipment.                                                                     circuits.
                                                                                    Prerequisites: HVACR111, HVACR113
     Fall        Mon-Thurs 9/8 - 12/1, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
                 Staff, Room TBA $1,340                                             Spring       Mon-Thurs 3/21 - 6/9, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                 Staff, Room TBA $1,340




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HVACR123 Heating Systems III                                       4 credits
Introduction to oil-burning and forced air electric furnaces. Building
troubleshooting skills for gas, oil and electric furnaces. Hands-on
troubleshooting with emphasis on start-up and combustion testing.
                                                                                               Land Surveying
Application will be made using wiring diagrams and schematics. Hands-
on troubleshooting pertaining to HVAC residential mechanical
                                                                                            Technician Certificate
operations and electrical control functions. Job safety.
Prerequisites: HVACR121, HVACR122

Spring      Mon-Thurs 3/21 - 6/9, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                The Program
            Staff, Room TBA $1,340                                             The Land Surveying Technician Certificate offers several exciting career
                                                                               avenues that can lead to a successful future as a land surveying
HVACR133 Cooling Systems III                                     4 credits     technician. During the program the student will be academically
Residential air conditioning and heat-pump studies. Theory and hands-          challenged with subject matter relating to this profession and later enjoy
on troubleshooting of heat pumps. Theory and operation of air-                 applying their acquired knowledge during their paid internships.
conditioning and heat-pump controls and safeties. Wiring diagrams and          Students will learn from the best instructors from industry. The Certified
schematics. Real-life field problems simulated within shop projects.           Survey Technician (CST) exam is offered on campus annually.
Introduction to customer-relationship skills with a focus on occupational      Graduates successfully completing the program will have real-world
professionalism. Job safety.                                                   experience and the confidence to deliver professional services. This is a
Prerequisites: HVACR131 and HVACR132                                           full-time evening program running from 5 to 9 pm., Monday through
                                                                               Thursday.
Spring      Mon-Thurs 3/21 - 6/9, 5 – 9:30 p.m.
            Staff, Room TBA $1,340                                             Program Length
                                                                               Graduates of this three-quarter program earn a certificate (45 credits).
                                                                               Graduates can go on to earn an AAS degree after completing the
                                                                               certificate.


                                                                                                Land Surveying Technician Certificate
                                                                                      Course #                Course Name                  Credits
                                                                                      CTEC111      Coordinate Geometry and Trig.              4
                                                                                      SURV113      AutoCAD                                    3
                                                                                      SURV124      Introduction to Survey Methods             4
                                                                                      SURV127      Introduction to Survey Equipment           3
                                                                                      SURV225      Site Plan Drafting Laboratory              3
                                                                                      SURV125      Applied Math. for Surveying                2
                                                                                      SURV118      Route Construction & Surveying             3
                                                                                      SURV129      Legal Desc. & Control Surveys              4
                                                                                      SURV216      Internship I                               4
                                                                                      SURV207      Subdivision Design & Drafting Lab          3
                                                                                      SURV116      Concepts in Calculus                       4
                                                                                      SURV229      Intermediate Instr. & GPS                  4
                                                                                      SURV217      Internship II                              4

  CST Exam
  The Certified Survey Technician (CST) Exam is an industry                    SURV113 AutoCAD                                                  3 credits
  standard examination for survey technicians recognized by the US             You will learn the fundamental aspects of this extensive application
  Department of Labor. The Level III Field Construction certification          software. During the session you will produce a drawing using the latest
  is required for crew chiefs working on MNDOT contractor staking              release of AutoCAD. This class will teach you setup and file
  projects. This class will focus on preparing students and refreshing         manipulation, drafting commands, drawing scales and units, coordinate
  skills for the Level III Field Construction exam, however, all levels        systems, object snaps, layers, line types, text dimensions, blocks, and
  may benefit from the instruction.                                            printing. There will be a special emphasis on precise geometry and
                                                                               problems common to various surveying disciplines. Optimal use and
  Spring       3/15 – 3/17, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.                                   tips for production speed drafting are also covered. For non-
               Gregory, Red 63 $249                                            matriculating students, a technology fee of $450 is required in addition
                                                                               to tuition.

                                                                               Fall        Mon 9/13 – 11/29, 5 – 9 p.m.
                                                                                           Staff, Red 61 $1,128




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     CTEC111 Coordinate Geometry and Trigonometry                         4 credits   SURV129 Legal Descriptions and Control Surveys 4 credits
     You will learn the mathematical concepts and skills associated with civil        You will learn the historical development of the public land survey
     engineering technician or land surveying technician occupations.                 system and understand how legal descriptions affect drawings that
     Coordinate/analytic geometry and trigonometry will be taught. Direct             become the legal documents used in defining property lines. You will
     application to design with subject matter, such as points in a plane,            learn to fundamentally interpret and read legal descriptions. You will
     straight lines, circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, parabolas, triangles, and         work on the basic layout of different types of legal descriptions. Aspects
     vectors will be discussed and implemented. Instruction will be given to          of surveying that include traversing, triangulation, trilateration, resection,
     solving equations for bearings, azimuths, trigonometric functions,               intersection, survey accuracy tolerances, high-precision leveling,
     distance, slope, speed and all applicable conversions used in the                introduction to geodesy, state plane coordinates, map projections and
     profession. This class will also introduce the use of a scientific               GPS will be introduced.
     calculator.
                                                                                      Winter       Tue 12/7 – 3/8, 5 – 9 p.m.
     Fall         Thu 9/9 – 11/18, 5 – 9:30 p.m.                                                   Webb, Red 61 $848
                  Olsen, Red 61 $848
                                                                                      SURV216 Internship I                                       4 credits
     SURV124 Introduction to Survey Methods                     4 credits             You will interview with several desirable land-surveying firms prior to
     You will begin to learn the terminology and tools of the land surveying          beginning your internship. The internship will allow you to affirm your
     profession. As a technician, you will learn how to measure angles and            knowledge learned in the classroom while acquiring new, hands-on
     distances, differential leveling, and computing bearings. Some of the            skills with a professional team. This three-way agreement ensures that
     subjects covered are hand and electronic taping, traversing,                     you are able to experience as much of the entire business process as
     topographic surveys, and horizontal curves. Instruction consists of              possible. This internship opportunity is a paid position and will offer you
     classroom presentation and discussion, solving practical problems, and           180 hours of hands-on training. Hours will vary; suggested speed of
     appropriate office procedures.                                                   acquiring hours is 15–20 hours per week. Cost is $848.

     Fall         Tues 9/14 – 11/30, 5 – 9 p.m.                                       SURV207 Subdivision Design and Drafting Lab                3 credits
                  Webb, Red 61 $848                                                   You will continue your technician studies by developing and drawing a
                                                                                      preliminary plat and a small, final plat according to standard industry
     SURV127 Introduction to Survey Equipment                   3 credits             practices using AutoDesk land development software and civil design
     You will gain valuable hands-on experience with this class, enabling you         software. Laptops leased through Dunwoody are required. Independent
     to understand and operate the technical equipment used by land                   study and research required.
     surveying field technicians. The class will assist you in understanding          Prerequisites: SURV113, SURV225
     how information is collected and processed during a field survey.
     Accuracy and documentation is imperative to this profession because of           Spring       Mon 3/21 – 6/6, 5 – 10 p.m.
     the legal and historical implications. Due to seasonal evening darkness,                      Staff, Red 61 $1,128
     some lab classes are held on Saturday mornings.
                                                                                      SURV116 Concepts in Calculus                                 4 credits
     Fall         Wed 9/8 – 11/24, 5 – 10 p.m.                                        You will finish your last quarter of mathematical training by learning how
                  Synstelien, Red 61 $1,128                                           calculus is used in the field of surveying. This is an introduction to the
                                                                                      concepts of calculus including the following: functions, limits, derivative
     SURV 225 Site Plan Drafting Laboratory                   3 credits               formulas, power rule, chain rule, implicit differentiation, curve sketching,
     You will expand your newly acquired AutoCAD skills by developing a               application of the derivative integral, and area and velocity applications
     topographic map and understanding the components of a site plan                  used in land surveying. Prerequisites: SURV125
     using land development desktop software. Understand coordinate data
     using the software, DTM (Digital Terrain Model) and parcels, line                Spring       Thu 3/24 – 6/9, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.
     generation, and annotation. As a student, you will learn how to manage                        Olsen, Red 61 $848
     the project data. Prerequisite: SURV113
                                                                                      SURV229 Intermediate Instrumentation Using GPS 4 credits
     Winter       Mon 12/6 – 3/7, 5 – 10 p.m.                                         The first half of this class, you will learn advanced techniques in total
                  Staff, Red 61 $1,128                                                station field work. The process of data acquisition and data
                                                                                      management in topographic modules. You will learn how to manipulate
     SURV125 Applied Mathematics for Surveying                  2 credits             and analyze data obtained in the field. Taking programs to layout lines
     You will continue your mathematical training that applies directly to the        and curves on construction jobs will also be introduced. The second half
     land surveying profession. This class is a continuation of SURV124 and           of this class, you will learn the history of GPS, signals transmitted by
     further shows you how to tie mathematical equations to the profession,           GPS, with basic principles of point positioning and relative positioning in
     including training from these areas: algebra, statistics, analytical and         field procedures. Learn the accuracy of GPS and how to minimize
     solid geometry, polygons and circles, and trigonometry. Prerequisites:           errors. The use of coordinate systems based on geodal transformations
     SURV124, CTEC111                                                                 and reference ellipsoids will be discussed. How to obtain and use
                                                                                      established GPS control based on the H.A.R.N. and C.O.R.S. networks
     Winter       Thu 12/9 – 3/10, 6 – 8 p.m.                                         will also be reviewed.
                  Olsen, Red 61 $424
                                                                                      Spring       Wed 3/23 - 6/8, 5 – 10 p.m.
     SURV118 Route and Construction Surveying                   3 credits                          Sat 5/7, 5/14, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
     You will increase your surveying experience to include horizontal and                         Synstelien, Red 61 $1,586
     vertical curve solutions, traversing adjustments, earthwork calculations,
     and office and field stake-out techniques of various road curves and             SURV217 Internship II                                      4 credits
     building sites. The knowledge gained in this class will be instrumental in       You will interview with several desirable land-surveying firms prior to
     your internship experience, allowing you to critically think through             beginning your internship. The internship will allow you to affirm your
     construction situations. Prerequisite: SURV124                                   knowledge learned in the classroom while acquiring new, hands-on
                                                                                      skills with a professional team. This three-way agreement ensures that
     Winter       Wed 12/8 – 3/9, 5 – 9 p.m.                                          you are able to experience as much of the entire business process as
                  Synstelien, Red 61 $882                                             possible. This internship opportunity is a paid position and will offer you
                                                                                      180 hours of hands-on training. Hours will vary; suggested speed of
                                                                                      acquiring hours is 15–20 hours per week. Cost is $848.




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                                                                             HUMN210 Holocaust: Suffering and survival                          3 credits
                                                                             This course examines the poetry, essay, narrative, music, movie and
                                                                             visual art of the Holocaust. Through these artifacts we will study the
         Arts and Sciences Courses                                           human condition in unfathomable degrees of suffering and survival. The
                                                                             course material emphasizes the Holocaust from the individual's
                                                                             perspective, while providing a broader context for this historical event.
                                                                             Course activities and discussions will focus on a wide range of social,
                                                                             emotional, physical and psychological concepts inherent of the
                                                                             holocaust and their transferability to other historical genocides.
COMM100 Communication Theory and Practice                       3 credits
This course emphasizes communication in the business world.                  Fall        9/8 – 12/1, $636
Necessary tools to be successful in the workplace will be discussed and
practice through written and verbal activities.                              Winter      12/6 – 3/11, $636

Fall        Wed 9/8 – 12/1, 5 – 8 p.m. $636                                  MATH100A Algebra and Trigonometry, Part I                          3 credits
                                                                             Trig functions solutions of triangles radians, trig function graphs, vectors
            Wed 9/8 – 12/1, 5 – 6 p.m. $636                                  & basic identities.

            Mon/Wed 11/1 – 11/29, 5 – 9 p.m. $636                            Fall        Wed 9/8 – 12/1, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636

COMM101 Electronic Communication                                3 credits    Winter      Wed 12/6 – 3/11, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636
This course will introduce students to the theories and concepts of
creating effective communication using electronic resources.                 MATH112 Math for Computers                                    3 credits
Assignments and discussions will focus on methods to develop                 Introduces topics in binary, octal and hexadecimal number systems,
electronic communication proficiency. At the completion of the class,        boolean algebra and mapping.
students will have an understanding of fundamental communications
skills using communicative programs such as Microsoft outlook,               Fall        Wed 9/8 – 12/1, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636
powerpoint, and word.
                                                                                         9/8, 9/9, 9/13 – 9/16, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 5 – 8 p.m.
Fall        Wed 9/8 – 12/1, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636                                        $636

Winter      Wed 12/6 – 3/11, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636                                       9/13 – 9/16, 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10,
                                                                                         11/17, 5 – 8 p.m. $636
Spring      Wed 3/21 – 6/10, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636
                                                                             Winter      Wed 12/6 – 3/11, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636
ECON100 Survey of Economics                                    3 credits
Fundamental economic issues and theories are explored through                Spring      Wed 3/21 – 6/10, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636
discussion and research. Current events, policy perspectives and case
studies are used to process and apply economics to everyday life.            MATH225 Statistics                                                 3 credits
                                                                             The course includes the study of descriptive statistics, frequency
Fall        9/8 – 12/1, $636                                                 distributions, some probability theory, and issues related to gathering
                                                                             data, which forms a basis for the study of basic tools used in quality-
Winter      12/6 – 3/11, $636                                                related statistics. Microsoft EXCEL will be used to facilitate the
                                                                             organization, analysis and display of data including, but not limited to,
Spring      3/21 – 6/10, $636                                                histograms, pareto charts, measures of central tendency and variation,
                                                                             differences of means and variations, control charts, capability
ENGL101 Composition                                              3 credits   measures, and binomial distributions.
The essay writing process is explored for purpose, planning, drafting
and revision. Writing patterns and thought development are studied.          Fall        Wed 9/8 – 12/1, 5 – 6 p.m. $636
Essays using various methods of development are written and revised.
Discussions and writing assignments will revolve around essay topics                     Wed 9/8 – 12/1, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636
and development, concepts of grammar and usage, and literary
analysis revolving around literature analysis. Concentration is on clear,    Winter      Wed 12/6 – 3/11, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636
concrete writing.
                                                                             SBSC100 Cultural Diversity                                        3 credits
Spring      Mon 3/21 – 6/10, 5 – 9 p.m. $636                                 The goals are to explain awareness and understanding, the key
                                                                             elements of cultural diversity; describe the challenges and benefits of
            Wed 3/21 – 6/10, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. $636                           diversity; and develop cultural competency to facilitate living and
                                                                             working together in our multicultural society.
HUMN120 The Vietnam War: Literature, Music, Art                 3 credits
Examines fiction, poetry, rock, classical music, movies and                  Winter      Wed 12/6 – 3/11, 5 – 6 p.m. $636
contemporary art inspired by the Vietnam War. These cultural
byproducts act as a lens though which we analyze means of coping for         SPCH101 Public Speaking                                       3 credits
survivors and their families, and the human condition in extreme             Introduction to public speech making; purpose and organization,
circumstances. Discussions will focus on facts and myths, grieving,          audience analysis and response, verbal and non-verbal clues.
recovery, war and peace.
                                                                             Winter      Wed 12/6 – 3/11, 5 – 8 p.m. $636
Spring      3/21 – 6/10, $636
                                                                             Spring      Wed 3/21 – 6/10, 5 – 9 p.m. $636




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Dunwoody Program Summary
Programs                                                                        B.S.   A.A.S.   Diploma   Certificate
Applied Management and Entrepreneurship
Bachelor of Science in Applied Management (2+2 completion)                      D, E
Bachelor of Science in Applied Management, MIS concentration (2+2 completion)    E
Carlson Certificate of Quality                                                                                E
Entrepreneurship                                                                                              E
Leadership                                                                                                    E
Automotive Technology
Automotive Collision Apprenticeship                                                      E        E
Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing                                              D        D
Automotive Service Advisor                                                                                    E
Automotive Service Technology                                                            D        D
Automotive Technician Apprenticeship Cooperative                                         E        E
Automotive Technician Apprenticeship - Honda                                             E        E
Dunwoody Chrysler Automotive Program                                                     D
Honda PACT                                                                               D
Toyota TTEN                                                                              D
Building Design, Construction and Service Technology
Architectural Drafting and Estimating Technology                                         D
Basic Construction Management                                                                                 E
Building Information Modeling                                                                                 E
Civil Design Technician                                                                  E                    E
Construction Estimating                                                                                       E
Construction Project Supervision                                                         D
Electrical Construction and Maintenance                                                  D                    E
Electrical Construction Design and Management                                            D                    E
Facilities Service Management                                                                                 E
Green Building Sustainability Technology                                                                      E
Heating and Cooling Systems                                                              D
Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Systems Servicing                                D
Heating/Air Conditioning Systems Design                                                  D
HVACR Commercial Service Technology                                                                           E
HVACR Residential Specialist (Service & Design)                                          E        E           E
Land Surveying Technician                                                                E                    E
Computer Technology
Computer Networking Systems                                                             D, E                  E
Web Programming and Database Development                                                 D
Design and Graphics Technology
Graphic Design                                                                           D        D
Graphic Design & Digital Imaging                                                         E
Prepress Technology                                                                      D        D
Press and Finishing Technology                                                           D        D
Health Sciences and Technology
Health Information Management                                                    E                E
Radiologic Technology                                                                    D
Interior Design                                                                  D
Robotics and Manufacturing
Automated Systems and Robotics                                                           D
Electronics Technology                                                                   D
Engineering Drafting and Design Technology                                               D
Industrial Controls and Robotics                                                         E                    E
Industrial Electronics Technology                                                        E                    E
Machine Tool Technology                                                                  D                    E
Solidworks                                                                                                    E
Welding                                                                                                      D, E
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