Grays Harbor College Class Schedule

GHC classes meet from July 7 - August 14
GHC Online classrooms open June 26; instruction is from July 7 - August 14
WAOL classrooms open June 26; instruction is from July 3 - August 27

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Adult Basic Education

BASED010 ABE Orientation

Students complete the CASAS ABE assessment in Reading and Math (see page 27 for placement scores). During intake they identify short and long term goals and are placed into the appropiate Adult Basic Skills (ABE) course. This course does not meet any degree requirements.

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In Person Class J200 112 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM REC-101 Staff Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J420 113 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CEC-102 Staff 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J440 123 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CEC-101 Staff 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J500 114 MTWTh 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM EGH-HS Staff 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J700 137 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2207 Staff 49 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J800 117 MTWTh 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM MIB-2277 Staff 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J807 127 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2277 Staff 9 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BASED013 Integrated Basic Skills

This is an integrated Adult Basic Education (ABE) course for students placing into ABE 1-6 (based on CASAS assessment scores). The course is based on the Washington State Learning Standards, covering reading, writing and computational skills with a goal to improve basic skills. Upon completion of BASED 013 level 3, students may transition to BASED 014. This course does not meet any degree requirements.

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Hybrid Class J203 112 MTWTh 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM REC-101 Turner P 11 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J213 122 MTWTh 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM REC-101 Turner P 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J403 113 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM CEC-102 McGlothin J 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J413 123 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM CEC-102 McGlothin J 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J443 153 MTWTh 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM CEC-101 West H 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J453 143 MTWTh 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CEC-101 West H 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J705 117 MTWTh 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2207 Aiken S 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J706 127 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM MIB-2206 Sutera T 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J803 137 MTWTh 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM MIB-2207 Lake J 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J813 197 MTWTh 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MIB-2207 Lake J 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J825 157 MTWTh 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM MIB-2207 Lake J 7 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J826 1C7 MTWTh 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MIB-2207 Lake J 5 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Online Class J835 1B7 Online (Canvas) Online Blum D 42 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J843 147 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2104 Lake J 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J845 1A7 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2104 Lake J 11 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J866 177 MTWTh 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM MIB-2312 Richters D 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J867 187 MTWTh 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM MIB-2312 Blum D 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BASED014 Advanced Basic Skills

This is an integrated Adult Basic Education (ABE) course for students placing into ABE 4-6(based on CASAS assessment scores). The course is based on the Washington State Learning Standards, covering reading, writing and computational skills with a goal to improve basic skills, or earn a General Education Development (GED). Upon completion of BASED014, students can take the college placement test (CPT) and choose a transition pathway for college. This course does not meet any degree requirement.

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Hybrid Class J704 117 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM MIB-2207 Aiken S 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J707 127 MTWTh 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2206 Sutera T 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Art

ART& 100 Art Appreciation (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL& 101. Prerequisites: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; READ 090 or placement in college level reading.

A study of the basic elements of visual form and their application to the variety and richness of art. Traditional and contemporary art from around the world, including architecture, design, painting, photography, and sculpture are examined in ways that provide meaningful responses to form and content. The broad objective of this course is for the student to recognize and become conversant with the basic concepts, styles, terminology, and elements of visual art. Major examples of two- and three-dimensional art will be examined and discussed. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1015 17 Online (Canvas) Online Michael T 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Biological Sciences

BIOL&100 Survey of Biology (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: READ 090 or placement in college level reading. Prerequisites: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101 and con current enrollment in BIOL& 100 Lab.

This is an introductory biology course intended for non-majors and will not serve as prerequisite for other biology courses. The course deals with the process of science, evolutionary concepts, and modern applications in biology and bioethics. 4 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Satisfies science or lab requirement area A distribution or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1216 17 Online (Canvas) Online Dykes J 7 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BIOL&160 General Biology w/lab (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: READ 090 or placement in college level reading. Prerequisites: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101 and MAT H 095 or placement in MATH 098 or higher; concurrent enrollment in BIOL& 160 Lab.

An introduction to the processes and principles that are common to all living things. The chemistry of life, cell structure and function, molecular basis of heredity, Mendelian genetics, and evolutionary theory are covered. This course is intended for, but not limited to, students intending to continue in biology or the health sciences. 4 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Satisfies science or lab requirement area A distribution or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 1219 A MTWTh 10:10 AM - 12:30 PM 300-317 Baze M 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Business

BA 124 Cooperative Work Experience (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

This course involves supervised work experience for freshmen as a practicum for full-time job preparation. Students work in an office or other business environment five to twenty-five hours per week. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1030 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Miller D 38 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BUS& 101 Introduction to Business (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: Math 060 and READ 080 or instructor permission. Prerequisites: Math 060 and READ 080 or instructor permission.

Introduction to Business is a general course designed to provide an understanding of how the American business system operates and its place in the economy. The course provides background for more effective and better use of business services in personal affairs as well as foundation for future courses in various business programs. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1261 17 Online (Canvas) Online Zerr M 10 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Business Technology

BTECH124 Keyboard Skillbuilding I (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: CIS 101 or keyboarding ability.

This individualized program builds keyboarding skills with a computer program that focuses on technique, speed, and accuracy through planned drill and practice exercises. 4 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1240 17 Online (Canvas) Online Miller D 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BTECH125 Keyboard Skillbuilding II (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: BTECH 124.

This individualized program builds keyboarding skills with a computer program that focuses on technique, speed, and accuracy through planned drill and practice exercises. 4 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1246 17 Online (Canvas) Online Miller D 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BTECH126 Keyboard Skillbuilding III (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: BTECH 125.

This individualized program builds keyboarding skills with a computer program that focuses on technique, speed, and accuracy through planned drill and practice exercises. 4 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1252 17 Online (Canvas) Online Miller D 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Computer Information

CIS 100 Introduction to Personal Computers (2 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CIS 100 Lab.

This is a basic computer literacy course designed to provide a beginning level of competency in using personal computers as productivity tools. Hardware and software components will be introduced, and students will learn the purpose and uses of operating systems and of word processing with Word. This course is graded Pass/Fail. 1 lecture hour; 2 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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ITV Class 1267 12 MTWTh 9:40 AM - 10:50 AM REC-203 Lenz M 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 1273 A MTWTh 9:40 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2205 Lenz M 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CIS 101 Keyboarding (2 cr.)

This course is designed to teach students the touch system in using the computer keyboard. 4 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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ITV Class 1279 13 MTWTh 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM CEC-107 Lenz M 5 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 1282 A MTWTh 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM MIB-2205 Lenz M 5 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CIS 102 Introduction to Microsoft Office (3 cr.)

Prerequisite: READ 080. Recommended Preparation: CIS 100 and CIS 101 or concurrent enrollment.

This course introduces Microsoft Office Suite and emphasizes hands on experience. Student will work with various applications including electronic spreadsheets, word processing and presentation software. 2 lecture hours, 2 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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ITV Class 1285 A MTWTh 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM MIB-2205 Blankenship 9 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 1286 12 MTWTh 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM REC-208 Blankenship 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 1287 13 MTWTh 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM CEC-107 Blankenship 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Criminal Justice

CJ& 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; READ 090 or placement in college level reading or instructor permission.

A survey of the historical development of the criminal justice system to present-day practices. This course studies the development of the police, courts and correctional agencies in meeting the demands society has placed on them. Students will explore career opportunities at the federal, state and local levels. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1291 17 Online (Canvas) Online Cortinas D 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 1292 27 Arranged Class Full Find Books for this Class

CJUS 104 The Line Officer Function: Police & Corrections (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; READ 090 or placement in college level reading or instructor permission.

An in-depth look at the basic duties and functions of police officers and correctional officers in cities and counties throughout the nation. Students will examine the responsibilities of the police and corrections from violator contact and arrest, through the court process. Discussions will focus on police encounters with the public, and the methods used by correctional officers in their dealing with prisoners. Emphasis will be placed on the impact that police and corrections have on our community today. 5 lecture hours. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1293 27 Arranged Class Full Find Books for this Class
Online Class 1294 17 Online (Canvas) Online Cortinas D 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CJUS 201 The Art of Public and Private Investigation (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: CJUS 101 or instructor permission.

Students will gain an understanding of the need for investigative services and how they impact our present-day society. The investigative techniques used by police, correctional investigators, juvenile officers, probation and parole, state agency investigators, and private investigators will be examined. Students will become aware of sources for information and the scientific aids that are available to assist in case completion. Investigation theories will be examined and students will become familiar with the process of scientific reasoning. 5 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1295 17 Arranged Class Full Find Books for this Class

CJUS 258 Criminal Justice Internship (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: CJ& 101; CJUS 102 or instructor permission. Interns must also meet the requirement set forth by the agency selected.

On-the-job training experience within a criminal justice agency. Interns work from 55 to 250 hours with or without remuneration. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1297 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Bradbury R 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Early Childhood Education

ECED&100 Child Care Basics (3 cr.)

Designed to meet licensing requirements for early learning lead teachers and family home child care providers, STARS 30 hour basics course recognized in the MERIT system. Topics: child growth/development, cultural competency, community resources, guidance, health/safety/nutrition and professional practice. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1349 17 Online (Canvas) Online WAOL(Staff) 97 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Note: This class runs from July 3, 2014 through August 27, 2014.

ECED&105 Intro to Early Childhood Education (5 cr.)

Explore the foundations of early childhood education. Examine theories defining the field, issues and trends, best practices, and program models. Observe children, professionals, and programs in action. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1352 17 Online (Canvas) Online WAOL(Staff) 93 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Note: This class runs from July 3, 2014 through August 27, 2014.

ECED&107 Health, Safety, and Nutrition (5 cr.)

Develop knowledge and skills to ensure good health, nutrition, and safety of children in group care and education programs. Recognize the signs of abuse and neglect, responsibilities for mandated reporting, and available community resources. 5 lecture hours. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1353 17 Online (Canvas) Online WAOL(Staff) 95 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Note: This class runs from July 3, 2014 through August 27, 2014.

ECED&120 Practicum-Nurturing Relationships (2 cr.)

In an early learning setting apply best practice for engaging in nurturing relationships with children. Focus on keeping children healthy and safe while promoting growth and development. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1358 17 Online (Canvas) Online Garrison S 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Note: This class runs from July 3, 2014 through August 27, 2014.

ECED&190 Observation and Assessment (3 cr.)

Students will collect and record observations of and assessment data in order to plan for and support the child, the family, the group, and the community. Students will practice reflection techniques, summarize conclusions, and communicate findings. 3 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1356 17 Online (Canvas) Online WAOL(Staff) 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Note: This class runs from July 3, 2014 through August 27, 2014.

EDUC&130 Guiding Behavior (3 cr.)

Students will examine the principles and theories promoting social competence in young children and creating safe learning environments. Focus will be on how to develop skills promoting effective interactions providing positive individual guidance, and enhancing group experiences. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1359 17 Online (Canvas) Online WAOL(Staff) 94 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Note: This class runs from July 3, 2014 through August 27, 2014.

EDUC&136 School Age Care (3 cr.)

Develop skills to provide developmentally appropriate and culturally relevant activities and care, specifically: preparing the environment, implementing curriculum, building relationships, guiding academic/social skill development, and community outreach. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1360 17 Online (Canvas) Online WAOL(Staff) Class Full Find Books for this Class
Note: This class runs from July 3, 2014 through August 27, 2014.

EDUC&150 Child, Family and Community (3 cr.)

Students working with children ages birth to eight years and their families will learn how to integrate the family and community contexts in which a Child develops. The students will learn how to explore cultures and demographics of families in society, community resources, strategies for involving families in the education of their child, and tools for effective communication. 3 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 1361 17 Online (Canvas) Online WAOL(Staff) 96 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Note: This class runs from July 3, 2014 through August 27, 2014.
Earth Science

EARTH102 Earth Science (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101. Prerequisite: MATH 095 or placement in MATH 098.

This course provides an introduction to the Earth and the processes that shape our planet. A major theme of the course is how different aspects of the Earth system interact with each other. Selected topics in four basic areas: astronomy, oceanography, meteorology, and geology, and their relation and interaction with the Earth system will be explored. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies science distribution area D requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1345 17 Online (Canvas) Online Khandro L 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Economics

ECON 100 Introduction to Economics (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: MATH 060; READ 080 or instructor permission.

This course is designed to introduce economics and the economic approach to the problems created by scarcity. Specifically, the course will be "economics for non-majors: fundamental concepts of economic analysis with application to contemporary problems." The student should learn what a market system is and how it has come to be the predominate economic system. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area B requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1363 17 Online (Canvas) Online Zerr M 13 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ECON&202 Macro Economics (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: MATH 060; READ 080 or instructor permission.

A macroeconomic study of the U.S. economy as a system for solving the fundamental problems of how a society uses its material resources. Emphasis is given to national income, inflation, unemployment, international trade, business cycles, and the monetary system. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area B requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1366 17 Online (Canvas) Online Zerr M Class Full Find Books for this Class
Engineering

ENGR&225 Mechanics of Materials (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: Engr&214 and Math&163 (or concurrent enrollment) with a minimum grade of "C".

An introduction to the concepts of stress, strain, deformation, and failure theory in solid materials. Applies mechanics of materials concepts to structural and machine elements in tension, compression, bending, and torsion. Topics include deformation of members, Poisson's ratio, stress concentrations, thermal stress, statically indeterminate techniques, flexure formula, shear formula, stress transformation, Mohr's circle, strain gauges, deflections, and columns. This course counts as a Specified Elective for the AA degree. 5 lecture hours.

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In Person Class 1401 A MTWTh 8:00 AM - 9:55 AM MIB-2417 Koskela J 23 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
English

ENGL 060 English Language Study (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: CIS 100 or CIS 101 or concurrent enrollment. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 060 or instructor permission.

ENGL 060 is a basic composition course designed to develop those writing/sentence skills necessary in both everyday writing and subsequent college writing through classroom exercises, group problem-solving, and short writing assignments. Skills gained in this course should help students improve their ability to perform such tasks as writing short-answer tests, brief responses to readings, and brief papers. Designed as preparation for ENGL 095. 5 lecture hours.

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Online Class 1369 17 Online (Canvas) Online Winsor S 16 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ENGL 095 Writing Fundamentals (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Appropriate English placement score or a grade of "C-" or better in ENGL 060.

ENGL 095 is a developmental course that focuses on a review of writing fundamentals including organization, sentence structure and usage, vocabulary, spelling, and grammar. Writing assignments are generally limited to the paragraph. Skills gained in this course should help students improve their ability to write logically developed short-essay tests and brief, formal summaries and reports. 5 lecture hours.

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Hybrid Class 1375 A MTWTh 8:00 AM - 9:55 AM MIB-2315 Lerych J 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Online Class 1378 17 Online (Canvas) Online Lerych J 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ENGL&101 English Composition I (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Appropriate English placement test score or a grade of "C-" or better in ENGL 095.

ENGL&101 emphasizes the basic rhetorical principles and development of expository and argumentative prose. This course includes instruction in the research methods necessary for evidence-backed writing and emphasizes the preparation of researched essays. Skills gained in this course should help students improve their performance of such tasks as writing for a variety of purposes and audiences, as well as writing informative and persuasive essays and research-backed reports, projects and papers. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies writing skills requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1384 A MTWTh 8:00 AM - 9:55 AM MIB-2105 Cavin D 10 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Online Class 1387 27 Online (Canvas) Online Lerych L 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ENGL&102 English Composition II (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: A grade of "C-" or better in ENGL& 101.

ENGL&102 is a continuation of writing and research skills practiced in ENGL&101 directed towards writing expository/argumentative and critical/analytical essays focusing on literature. Skills gained in this course should improve students' performance in such tasks as writing for various purposes and audiences, writing critically and analytically in a variety of settings and creating formal, written research projects. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies writing skills requirement for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1393 17 Online (Canvas) Online DeBoer A 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
English Second Language

ESL 010 ESL Orientation

Students complete the CASAS ESL assessment in Reading and Listening (see page 27 for placement scores). During intake, students identify short and long term goals and are placed into the appropiate English as a Second Language (ESL) course. This course does not meet any degree requirements.

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Evening Class J220 112 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM REC-204 Staff 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ESL 022 Beginning Integrated ESL

Prerequisites: CASAS ESL assessment.

This is an integrated English as a Second Language (ESL) course for beginning ESL students placing into ESL 1-3 (based on CASAS ESL assessment scores). the course is based on the Washington State Learning Standards, covering reading, writing, listening and speaking with a goal to improve English language skills. This course does not meet any degree requirements.

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Evening Class J872 117 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2203 Martinez M 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ESL 023 Integrated ESL

Prerequisites: CASAS ESL assessment.

This is an integrated English as a Second Language (ESL) course for ESL students placing into ESL 1-6 (based on CASAS ESL assessment scores). The course is based on the Washington State Learning Standards, covering reading, writing, listening and speaking with a goal to improve English language skills. Upon completion of ESL 6, students may transition to ABE/GED courses. This course does not meet any degree requirements.

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In Person Class J223 112 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM REC-204 Woods N 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J233 122 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM REC-204 Woods N 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J423 123 MTWTh 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM CEC-107 West H 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J433 133 MTWTh 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM CEC-107 West H 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J513 114 MTWTh 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM EGH-HS Dunegan L 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J869 127 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2203 Martinez M 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ESL 024 Advanced Integrated ESL

Prerequisites: CASAS ESL assessment.

This is a integrated English as a Second Language (ESL) course for advanced ESL students placing into ESL 4-6 (based on CASAS ESL assessment scores). The course is based on the Washington State Learning Standards, covering reading, writing, listening and speaking with a goal to improve English language skills. Upon completion of ESL 6, students may transition to ABE/GED course. This course does not meet any degree requirements.

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Hybrid Class J853 137 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2217 Barber J 13 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J864 117 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2206 Miller C 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Environmental Science

ENVS&100 Survey of Environmental Science (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; placement in MATH 098.

A course addressing the nature of the physical environment and changes in the environment caused by people. Fundamental considerations of matter and energy are followed by studies of human population dynamics, food supplies, hazardous chemicals, air and water pollution, geological and energy resources, and problems associated with storing waste. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies science distribution area C requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1399 17 Online (Canvas) Online Bates T 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Film

FILM 125 Film Interpretation (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL& 101. Prerequisites: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

Film interpretation is a survey course providing the student with a solid background in structural analysis and appreciation of film as an art form. All of the elements that make up the film experience are examined, including the contributions of producers, scriptwriters, directors, actors, cinematographers, editors and designers. 4 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area B requirement o specified elective for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 1447 A MTWTh 10:10 AM - 12:20 PM MIB-2250 Lerych L 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

FILM 135 Introduction to Film Production (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ART 101 or 104; ENGL 243; THEA 161; THEA 163. Prerequisite or Corequisite: FILM 125 or ART& 100.

This course is designed to provide basic instruction in the planning, shooting and assembly of the short feature film. Students will use digital video and sound equipment to create a film which will be assembled using computer-based editing systems. The course will provide students the opportunity to explore the techniques of scriptwriting, performance, visual composition (mise-en-scene), cinematography, sound recording and editing shots into a final piece. Because film production is a collaborative process, this class will make use of group processes in which students share ideas, crew positions, and postproduction duties. 5 credits: 3 lecture hours; 4 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1449 IS Arranged Arranged Arranged Lerych L 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Health Promotion/Fitness

HPF 101 Health and Wellness (5 cr.)

This course encompasses a total wellness concept of one's physical, mental and emotional well being. Students will examine major health issues of contemporary society. Students will also learn to make responsible lifestyle decisions that will directly affect their quality of life and attainment of well being. 5 lecture hours. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree or to satisfy PE requirement for all degrees.

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Online Class 1459 17 Online (Canvas) Online Arthur G 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Online Class 1465 27 Online (Canvas) Online Arthur G 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Online Class 1468 37 Online (Canvas) Online Arthur G 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
History

HIST&116 Western Civilization I (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: READ 090 or placement in college level reading; ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101, or instructor permission. Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL& 101.

A survey of the Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian roots of Western Civilization emphasizing the cultures, societies, philosophies, and politics of ancient civilizations as well as the controversies of early Christianity. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Human Services

HS 158 Cooperative Work Internship (3 cr.)

Prerequisite: HS 102 and HS 109 with a C+ or better AND instructor permission.

Supervised experience with a human service-related agency or program. The instructor, in cooperation with the student, will determine the site, credit hours and learning objectives. A student, in conjunction with an instructor, will arrange for 1-3 credit hours to be earned within a given quarter. One credit may be earned for each fifty hours of documented agency or program experience. Emphasis is placed on achieving human services skills and integrating professional ethics and conduct into performance as a learner and appropriate to the internship site, and exploring career potential in the human services field. Variable hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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HS 258 Advanced Cooperative Work Internship (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: HS 158 with a grade of "C+" or better AND instructor permission.

Supervised experience in human services agencies. Students work a minimum of 250 hours in an agency, with or without remuneration. One credit may be earned for each fifty hours of documented agency or program experience. Includes organizational leadership, work ethics, and employer-employee relationships. Students meet during the quarter with the assigned College supervisor and agency advisor to discuss skill development and process field experiences. Emphasis is placed on achieving human services skills and integrating professional ethics and conduct into performance as a learner and appropriate to the internship site. Variable hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Library

LIB 101 Introduction to Information Resources (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

Introduction to strategies and skills for locating, evaluating and using information resources in the research process. Emphasis is on using print and electronic resources appropriate for research at the undergraduate or pre-professional level, including those available on the library's information networks, the online catalog, the Internet and other standard research tools. 2 lecture hours. May be used as a specified elective in the AA degree.

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Mathematics

MATH 060 Fundamentals of Arithmetic (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score or instructor permission.

This course is designed for students who need to strengthen their skills in arithmetic. The course content includes topics on estimation, order of operations, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, percent applications, measurements applications including calculating the perimeter and area of geometric objects. Mathematical reasoning will be used to define and solve problems. Effective communication of these ideas and application to everyday situations are part of the curriculum. Problem solving strategies will be stressed. 5 lecture hours.

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MATH 070 Pre-Algebra (5 cr.)

This course is intended for students who have some current algebra skills. Topics include fractions, percents, real number arithmetic, exponents, order of operations, algebraic expressions, linear equation and inequalities with one variable, working with units, formulas and graphing linear equations on a coordinate graph. The standard problem solving method, which will be used throughout the algebra sequence, is presented and used to solve basic applications. A scientific calculator is required for this course and graphing calculators are not allowed on tests.

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MATH 095 Elementary Algebra (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C-" or better in MATH 070 or appropriate placement test score.

MATH 095 is the middle course in the Algebra sequence including MATH 070 and MATH 098. Topics include: solving linear equations in one and two variables; evaluation and manipulation of formulas; unit analysis; proportions; graphing linear equations in two variables; rates; finding the equation of a line; exponent rules; scientific notation, adding, subtracting, and multiplying polynomials; function notation; systems of linear equations; one-variable linear inequalities; absolute value equations, and solving application problems. 5 lecture hours.

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MATH 098 Intermediate Algebra (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C-" or better in MATH 095 or appropriate placement test score.

MATH 098 elaborates on the foundation of basic algebra built in MATH 095. A variety of concepts and skills will be introduced to prepare students for work in college level math and math related subjects. Skills include: factoring; simplifying and solving rational expressions and equations; simplifying and solving exponential and radical expressions and equations; using function notation; graphing lines and parabolas; writing equations of lines; and setting up and solving applications involving basic science and business mathematical models. MATH 098 serves as a prerequisite to MATH&107, MATH&111, MATH&131, MATH&132, MATH&141 and MATH&146. 5 lecture hours.

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MATH&107 Math in Society (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: MATH 098 or appropriate placement score.

This course covers a variety of topics including percentage change and average growth rate; linear and exponential growth, the regression line; financial models and money management --- compound interest, loan payment and savings plans; calculating probabilities and conditional probability; statistical reasoning --- data summary and presentation, measures of central tendency, variation, the normal distribution, experimental design and correlation and causation. The material is presented at a level accessible to students who have successfully completed a course in intermediate algebra or the equivalent. It is taught at approximately the same level as college algebra and finite mathematics, but the material is intended to be more applicable to the liberal arts student. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies the quantitative skills requirement, science distribution area F requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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MATH&146 Introduction to Statistics (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or better in MATH 098 or appropriate placement score.

MATH&146 is standard introductory course in basic statistics. Content includes: the graphical display of data; the numerical summary of data; the basics of surveys and experiments; basic probability theory; the central limit theorem; sampling distributions; confidence intervals hypothesis tests; the t-distribution; correlation; and linear regression. Applications are drawn from business, social and natural sciences, and current events. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies quantitative skills requirement or science distribution area F requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Music

MUSC&105 Music Appreciation (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: READ 090 or placement in college level reading; ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

The purpose of this course is to expand the student's musical listening pleasure through a brief study of the elements of music and the major periods of music history with an emphasis on the Classical and Romantic Periods. Exploration of music from other cultures will also be included. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area C requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Natural Resources

NR 258 Cooperative Work Experience (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Students participate in on-the-job training with natural resource agencies, tribes, and private industry. Forestry, fisheries, wildlife, and other natural resources are the focus of this work experience. Trainees keep a daily diary of work, are evaluated periodically by their supervisor, and submit a final summary of their work. Students can participate for a maximum of ten credits (up to 5 credits per term). Variable lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Nursing

CNA 102 Certified Nursing Assistant Training (9 cr.)

Prerequisite: Students must complete Washington State Highway Patrol Criminal Background Check; provide documentation of TB skin test/chest X-ray and Hepatitis B immunization, and seasonal influenza vaccination; and instructor permission.

The learner is introduced to basic nursing care, resident rights, safety and emergency nursing procedures. Principles of therapeutic relationships and client care are presented as well as the legal/ethical issues related to nursing assistant practice. Students demonstrate competencies required to assist in giving basic nursing care to patients in long-term care agencies under the supervision of the instructor or licensed nursing staff. AIDS education and training (8 hours) and CPR certification (8 hours) are included. 5 lecture hours and 8 lab hours.

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Nutrition

NUTR&101 Human Nutrition (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in BIOL& 100 or BIOL& 160 or instructor permission.

A study of the structure, function, and metabolism of nutrients and their roles in preventing diseases related to nutrient deficiency in healthy people. Analysis of food labels and diet planning. This course is intended for science, nonscience, and health sciences students. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Philosophy

PHIL&101 Introduction to Philosophy (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: READ 090 or placement in college level reading; ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

An introduction to the oldest of academic disciplines, PHIL& 101 explores the discipline's basic issues and traditional tools: the nature of reality, the limits of knowledge, the meaning of human value, and, as its primary tool, the rigorous employment of rational argument. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area G requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Physical Education

PE 082 Fitness Maintenance (0 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

This course is designed for students who have completed both the beginning and intermediate levels of an activity. Students may, with the permission of the instructor, sign up for this class to continue participation in that activity.

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PE 129 Weight Lifting (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation with modifications.

This class is designed to orient the student to the correct use of weight training equipment for the purposes of lifetime fitness. Instruction will focus on lifting for the purposes of strength and conditioning. 2 lab hours.

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PE 130 Intermediate Weight Lifting (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation with modifications; PE 129 or instructor permission.

This is an intermediate level weight lifting program designed to help the student continue development of both size, strength and fitness conditioning. The theory of high repetition promoting strength is emphasized. 4 lab hours.

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PE 170 Fitness Lab (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation with modifications.

This is a designed exercise system that will help the student become physically fit by training aerobically utilizing the concepts of circuit training within a personal exercise program. The goal for each student will be improved strength, fitness and flexibility. Proper technique and benefits of lifetime fitness will be emphasized. NOTE: Students should attend the first day of class. 2 lab hours.

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PE 171 Intermediate Fitness Lab (2 cr.)

Prerequisites: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation with modifications; PE 170 or instructor permission.

This is an intermediate level exercise program that will help students continue the development of their physical fitness by training aerobically, using stations, with the theory of high repetition. The emphasis of the program will be increased strength, better aerobic fitness with continued or increased flexibility. 4 lab hours.

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Political Science

POL S102 Law and Society (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; READ 090 or placement in college level reading or instructor permission.

Laws affect each and everyone of us, impacting both our public and private lives from birth until our death. This course has been designed to provide each student with a basic knowledge and understanding of how the law controls each person's actions, what rights the individual has under our laws, and how laws are introduced and changed. Law is a system of social thought and behavior and provides the framework within which our disputes are resolved. Law and Society will examine the impact that constitutional law, administrative law, criminal law, civil law, and family law have on the individual. Same as CJUS 102; students may not receive credit for both. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area B requirement or as a specified elective in the AA degree.

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Psychology

PSYC&100 General Psychology (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: Placement in ENGL& 101.

An introduction to psychology utilizing lectures and group exercises. Deals with the psychology of behavior, development, learning, cognition, motivation and emotion, perception, memory, and both normal and abnormal personalities. Provides an overview of modern psychology in terms of biological, social and intrapsychic factors. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area D requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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PSYC&200 Lifespan Psychology (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 or instructor permission.

This course presents a comparative look at the various human development models. Students will have an opportunity to gain knowledge of the various stages of human development. This course typically fulfills basic requirements in human development for nursing, psychology and related occupations. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Reading

READ 080 Developmental Reading/Study I (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Appropriate reading placement test score or instructor permission.

Extensive reading in texts and on computer of developmental level academic, vocational, motivational, and Internet passages coupled with short writing assignments to build literal comprehension skills, vocabulary, and basic study techniques such as organization, note-taking and exam preparation. 3 lecture hours; 4 lab hours.

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READ 090 College Preparatory Reading/Study I (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Appropriate reading placement test score or instructor permission.

Extensive reading, in texts and on computer, of developmental and college level academic, vocational, Internet, and general interest passages coupled with short writing assignments to build literal and inferential reading skills, vocabulary, and basic techniques such as note-taking, memory enhancement and exam preparation. 3 lecture hours; 4 lab hours.

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Sociology

SOC& 101 Introduction to Sociology (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

An introduction to the principles, concepts, theories and methods of the sociological perspective. Emphasis is placed upon relating sociological ideas to national, community, and individual levels. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area C requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 1651 27 Online (Canvas) Online Portmann C 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

SOC 252 Marriage and Family (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

A study of the development of the family, the family and personality development, courtship, mate selection, predicting marital adjustment, disruption and reorganization. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area C requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Speech

SPCH 101 Fundamentals of Speech (5 cr.)

Principles of effective oral communication including delivery, organization, content, and stress management. A functional approach to effective speaking with practical application in informative, impromptu, and persuasive speeches. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area F requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 1663 A MTWTh 12:40 PM - 2:35 PM MIB-2102 Duffy B 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class 1666 B MTWTh 4:00 PM - 5:55 PM MIB-2102 Duffy B 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Theatre Arts

THEA 151 Theatre Workshop (3 cr.)

This class is made up of those who are in the cast or on the production staff of the play or plays being presented that quarter. A student may take this course six quarters. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Welding Technology

WELD 110 Beginning Welding (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL 060, READ 080, a grade of "B" or better in MATH 060 or placement in MATH 100 or BMCT score of 38 or higher. Instructor permission required.

A lecture-lab course to provide an introduction to safe industrial work practices, work ethics, oxy-fuel cutting and common manual and semi-automatic welding processes. 8 lecture hours; 16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1696 A MTWTh 7:30 AM - 4:40 PM 1914 McDonald R 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

WELD 120 Intermediate Welding (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL 060, READ 080, a grade of "B" or better in MATH 060 or placement in MATH 100 or BMCT score of 38 or higher. Instructor permission required.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills in WELD 110. This course promotes work habits and safe work practices. Training increases skills with oxy-fuel cutting and common manual and semi-automatic welding processes. 8 lecture hours; 16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1702 A MTWTh 7:30 AM - 4:40 PM 1914 McDonald R 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

WELD 130 Advanced Welding (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL 060, READ 080, a grade of "B" or better in MATH 060 or placement in MATH 100 or BMCT score of 38 or higher. Instructor permission required.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in WELD 120. Work habits and safety are emphasized. Advanced joint configurations are cut, fit, and welded in all positions with common manual and semi-automatic cutting and welding processes. 8 lecture hours; 16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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WELD 240 Pipe Welding I (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL 060, READ 080, a grade of "B" or better in MATH 060 or placement in MATH 100 or BMCT score of 38 or higher. Instructor permission required.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in WELD 110 through WELD 130. Pipe is stick and TIG welded in all positions. 8 lecture hours; 16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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WELD 245 Fabrication (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL 060, READ 080, a grade of "B" or better in MATH 060 or placement in MATH 100 or BMCT score of 38 or higher. Instructor permission required.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in WELD 100 through WELD 130. Course covers basic layout and fitting. Student will be assigned projects to design, draw, and build. 8 lecture hours; 16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 1720 A MTWTh 7:30 AM - 4:40 PM 1914 McDonald R 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

WELD 248 Code Welding (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL 060, READ 080, a grade of "B" or better in MATH 060 or placement in MATH 100 or BMCT score of 38 or higher. Instructor permission required.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in Weld 110 through Weld 245. Course emphasizes code quality fillet welding in all positions with restricted access and practice for certification testing. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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WELD 250 Structural Certification (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in ENGL 060, READ 080, a grade of "B" or better in MATH 060 or placement in MATH 100 or BMCT score of 38 or higher. Instructor permission required.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in WELD 110 through WELD 245. Course covers selected industry certification test requirements, procedures, and acceptance standards. Successful students will practice and pass selected certification tests. Testing fees apply for each certification test. Course includes a capstone exam to ensure retention of competency in previous Welding Technology program course topics. 8 lecture hours; 16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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