Grays Harbor College Class Schedule

GHC classes meet from January 6 - March 24
GHC Online classrooms open January 6; instruction is from January 6 - March 24
WAOL classrooms open December 26; instruction is from January 2 - March 12

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Accounting

ACCT 113 Introduction to Accounting I (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: READ 090, completion of or current enrollment in MATH 070 or instructor permission.

Theory and practice of double-entry bookkeeping and accounting for professional, service and merchandising business organizations. Coverage of both cash and accrual systems with preparation of worksheets, adjusting and closing entries, reversing entries, and financial statements. 5 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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ITV Class 4002 A DAILY 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MLB-2101 Oestreich A Class Full Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 4003 12 DAILY 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM REC-201 Oestreich A 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ACCT 176 Computerized Accounting Functions (3 cr.)

Prerequisites: ACCT 113 or ACCT& 201; CIS 102 or instructor permission.

Introduction to computer applications in an accounting environment. Students will analyze transactions, enter data into a computerized accounting system and prepare various financial reports. Included are integrated general ledgers, accounts receivable and payable, depreciation, inventory and payroll systems. 2 lecture hour; 2 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4005 A TWTh 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM MLB-2205 Blankenship 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ACCT&201 Principles of Accounting I (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: CIS 102. Prerequisites: MATH 098 or placement in MATH& 107 or higher. Completion of ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

A foundation course for accounting program students and students planning to transfer to a four-year institution. The theory and practice of financial accounting are introduced and developed. Involves the measuring of business income and expenses, the accounting cycle, merchandising transactions, the sole proprietorship form of business organization and the relationship and preparation of the accounting statements. Includes emphasis on the accounting for current assets, property, plant and equipment. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4012 A DAILY 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 300-308 Oestreich A 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ACCT&202 Principles of Accounting II (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: ACCT& 201 or ACCT 114.

This course continues the study of financial accounting theory through the application of the basic concepts and principles of the partnerships and corporation form of business organization. Includes the study of liabilities, time value of money, statement of cash flow, additional financial reporting issues and the analysis and interpretation of financial statements. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Online Class 4014 17 Online (Canvas) Online Frederickson 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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 312 DAILY 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM REC-101 Staff 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J220 322 DAILY 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM REC-204 Staff 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J420 313 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM CEC-101 Staff 7 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J440 323 MT 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CEC-101 Staff 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J500 314 MTWTh 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM EGH-HS Staff 16 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J700 317 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2207 Staff Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J800 317 MTWTh 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM MIB-2217 Staff Class Full Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J807 317 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2217 Staff 6 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 312 DAILY 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM REC-101 Turner P 40 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J213 312 TTh 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM REC-101 Turner P 40 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J403 313 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM CEC-101 McGlothin J 42 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J705 317 MTWTh 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2207 Aiken S 35 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J706 327 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM 300-310 Sutera T 35 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J743 327 MTWTh 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2207 Lake J 44 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J803 327 MTWTh 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM MIB-2207 Hagen J 46 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J813 327 MTWTh 3:00 PM - 4:50 PM MIB-2207 Hedrick T 46 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J823 377 F 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM MIB-2206 Maurer L 45 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J833 357 F 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM MIB-2207 Franke P 43 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J843 337 DAILY 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM 300-308 Hedrick T 36 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J866 327 MTWTh 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM MIB-2312 Richters D 46 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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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 317 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2207 Aiken S 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J707 327 MTWTh 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM 300-310 Sutera T 37 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J765 34B DAILY 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM 1915 Lake J 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J785 35B M 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Arranged Newman J 25 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Aids

AIDS 102 Health Care Perspective on AIDS (0.8 cr.)

NOTE: This course is offered on an independent study basis. Students can enroll at any time through the end of the quarter.

A workshop meeting WAMI, HIV, core curriculum requirements aimed at health care professionals to meet licensing requirements related to AIDS training.

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In Person Class 4022 17 Arranged Arranged Arranged Woodruff P 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Alcohol/Subs Abuse

ALSA 125 The Dysfunctional Family (3 cr.)

Examines major family counseling theories and their application to the family system that is being affected by and is affecting the chemically dependent person. 3 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4025 A MW 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM MLB-2416 Newman J 7 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Allied Health

AHLTH150 Comprehensive Medical Terminology (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: READ 090 or placement in college level reading.

This course presents a comprehensive systems approach to the study of selected roots, prefixes, and suffixes; principles of word building; study of diagnostic, operative, and symptomatic terms of the various systems of the body. There is an emphasis on accurate spelling and pronunciation of all medical terms. Study includes common medical abbreviations, selected eponyms, clinical laboratory procedures and radiology procedures with associated terminology for each body system. 5 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 4018 17 Online (Canvas) Online Lee R Class Full Find Books for this Class
American Sign Language

ASL 197 Beginning Sign Language II (3 cr.)

Prerequisite: ASL 196 or instructor permission.

This course is the second in a series of three which introduces students to American Sign Language (ASL) grammar, finger-spelling, numbers, Deaf culture and history in North America. ASL is the language used predominantly by the Deaf communities in the U.S. and Canada. This beginning course is designed to provide non-native signers an opportunity to sign.

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Evening Class 4050 A T 5:30 PM - 8:35 PM MIB-2107 Ramsey A 5 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Anthropology

ANTH&100 Survey of Anthropology (5 cr.)

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

Survey of the fields which make up anthropology: physical anthropology, archeology, prehistory and beginning of history including the earliest cultures and civilizations; ethnology/social anthropology, living and recent societies of the world. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area C requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 4028 17 Online (Canvas) Online Danner K 2 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 4046 17 Online (Canvas) Online Michael T 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class

ART 101 Drawing I (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

A practical introduction to the methods, materials and visual elements necessary to draw from life. The basic skills and vocabulary of representing visual elements necessary to draw from life. The basic skills and vocabulary of representing visual observations will be discussed, demonstrated and practiced. This course is an exploration of concepts and techniques basic to representational drawing. Projects chosen by the instructor will develop, through observation, the skills applicable to perspective drawing, landscape, still life, the human figure, and graphic layout. Through demonstration, critique, and problem-solving, students will be exposed to the traditions of two-dimensional representation in black and white including the elements of composition, proportion, values, contours, cross-contours, chiaroscuro and basic perspective. 4 lecture hours; 2 studio hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4034 A TTh 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM 300-321 Sandgren E 5 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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ART 102 Drawing II (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: ART 101 or ART 104.

Further application of the principles, materials, and methods presented in ART 101 with increased emphasis on effective development of form, volume and expressive composition. This course is designed to extend basic skill levels and encourage more individual application of the skills, basic principles, terminology, and techniques of representational drawing developed in ART 101. Through demonstration, critique, and individual problem-solving, students will further their understanding of the traditions of two-dimensional representation in black and white using the familiar elements of composition, proportion, values, contours, cross-contours, chiaroscuro and basic perspective. 4 lecture hours; 2 studio hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4036 A TTh 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM 300-321 Sandgren E 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
      Arranged Arranged 300-321 Sandgren E

ART 103 Drawing III (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: ART 102.

Advanced study of principles and methods of observational drawing with special attention to traditional concepts and contemporary forms. In addition to studio assignments, independent projects will be developed jointly by student and instructor. This course is designed to encourage more individual application of the skills, basic principles, terminology, and techniques of representational drawing developed in ART 101 and 102. Drawing from observation and the in-class study of visual relationships will continue to be emphasized as well as synthesizing images from a variety of other sources. 4 lecture hours; 2 studio hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4038 A TTh 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM 300-321 Sandgren E 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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ART 104 Design I (5 cr.)

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

A practical introduction to the basic elements, techniques, and principles of two-dimensional visual art with an emphasis on projects using line, shape, pattern, and interval in black and white. This course introduces the visual principles essential to all graphic design and the visual aspects of web design and desktop publishing. Use of the personal computer as a design tool is encouraged. The basic goals of this course are for the student to learn the elements of the form-language, become aware of traditional practices and materials, and develop concepts and skills useful in graphic problem-solving. 4 lecture hours; 2 studio hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4040 A MW 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM 300-319 Sandgren E 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
      Arranged Arranged 300-319 Sandgren E

ART 105 Design II (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL& 101. Prerequisites: ART 101 or ART 104.

An extended exploration of the basic elements, techniques, and principles of the basic elements and principles of visual art introduced in ART 101 and ART 104 with an emphasis on color and three-dimensional design problems. The objective of this studio course is to develop practical understanding of the basic elements and complexities of color perception, color terminology, additive and subtractive color, the application of color concepts to visual problem solving, volume, mass, planes, geometric figures, expressive three-dimensional forms and the effects of color on three-dimensional structures. The sequence of assignments provides the experience to execute and evaluate design problems of increasing complexity. 4 lecture hours; 2 studio hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4042 A MW 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 300-319 Sandgren E 9 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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Astronomy

ASTRO101 Astronomy (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: MATH 098 or placement in college level math.

This course provides an introduction to the universe beyond the Earth. The course begins with a study of the night sky and the history of astronomy. The course then explores the various objects seen in the cosmos beginning with a study of the solar system followed by stars, galaxies, and the evolution of the universe itself. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies science distribution area E requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 4062 17 Online (Canvas) Online Glozman I 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4066 A DAILY 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM 800-806 Hillier J 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Auto Technology

AUTO 212 Fuel Systems/Electronic/Computer Controls (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in MATH 060, ENGL 060 and READ 080; and instructor persmission.

This course is an advanced study of the fuel management systems presently used in current emission, fuel economy and performance requirements of the modern automobile. The course includes an in-depth study of fuel injection systems used on domestic and foreign vehicles. Included in the class will be identification of components, on car diagnosis, replacement of components. Utilization of modern test equipment such as scanners and analyzers will be stressed. 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 4068 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1916 Samson D 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Biological Sciences

BIOL&100 Survey of Biology (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; READ 090 or placement in college level reading; Math 095 or placement in Math 098 or higher. Corequisite: Concurrent 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 4236 17 Online (Canvas) Online Dykes J Class Full Find Books for this Class

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

Prerequisites: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; READ 090 or placement in college level reading; MATH 095 or placement in MATH 098 or higher. Corequisite: 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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In Person Class 4238 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Dykes J 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BIOL&160L General Biology Lab (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in BIOL& 160 Lecture.

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In Person Class 4240 1 T 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 300-311 Maurer L 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4242 2 T 3:00 PM - 4:50 PM 300-311 Maurer L 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BIOL&241 Human Anatomy/Physiology I (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: BIOL& 160 or BIOL& 211 (Majors Cellular) and CHEM& 121 with a grade of "C" or better and concurrent enrollment in BI OL& 241 Lab. Prerequisites: Grade of "C" or better in BIOL& 160 or BIOL& 221 within the last 5 years. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in BIO L&241 Lab.

An integrated study of the structure and function of the human body. The following systems are studied: integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous. 4 lecture hours; 3 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4248 A MTWTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM 300-317 Baze M 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4250 B MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 300-317 Baze M 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BIOL&241L Human Anatomy/Physiology I Lab (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in BIOL& 241 Lecture.

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In Person Class 4252 1 T 12:00 PM - 2:50 PM 300-315 Baze M 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4254 2 W 12:00 PM - 2:50 PM 300-315 Baze M 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4256 3 Th 12:00 PM - 2:50 PM 300-315 Baze M 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4258 4 F 9:00 AM - 11:50 AM 300-315 Baze M 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
Business

BA 140 Business English (3 cr.)

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; READ 090 or placement in college level reading.

The study of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation as particularly applied to business applications. 3 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4074 A MWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2204 Blankenship 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class

BA 150 Fundamentals of Finance (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: BA 104; ACCT 113 or ACCT& 201 or instructor permission.

This course presents the basics of financial analysis, forecasting, operating and financial leverage, working capital, current asset management, short term financing, and investment options. Orientation will be towards small business and personal finance. 5 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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ITV Class 4076 A DAILY 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM MIB-2101 Blankenship 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BUS& 101 Introduction to Business (5 cr.)

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 4296 17 Online (Canvas) Online Zerr M 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BUS& 201 Business Law (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: READ 080 or instructor permission.

A study of the United States legal system, institutions and processes. Principles of the law of contracts, sales, property, negotiable instruments, secured transactions, agency and business organizations. Includes legal reasoning. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4298 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2101 Zerr M 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Business Technology

BTECH113 Document Formatting (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: CIS 101 or keyboarding ability and CIS 100.

Students will learn rules for preparing business letters, memos, tables, forms, and various reports (including meeting minutes, agendas, and itineraries) using word processing software. Speed and accuracy in the preparation of mailable copy is emphasized. 4 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4272 A TTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2205 Miller D 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BTECH115 Electronic Math Applications (3 cr.)

Prerequisite: MATH 060 or instructor permission.

Students will learn the touch system on electronic calculators using special time-saving functions to solve math applications. Proficiency in speed and accuracy of the 10-key pad is emphasized. 3 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4278 A MWTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2204 Blankenship Class Full Find Books for this Class

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 4280 17 Online (Canvas) Online Miller D 8 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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BTECH132 Medical Records - Insurance Billing and Coding (3 cr.)

Prerequisite: AHLTH 150 or concurrent enrollment or instructor permission.

Provides knowledge and skill in organizing and processing medical bills utilizing industry standard coding methods and manually completed CMS billing forms. 3 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Evening Class 4286 A MW 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM MIB-2205 Borghi S 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BTECH140 Word Processing Applications (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: CIS 102 or instructor permission.

This course provides thorough coverage of text editing and formatting using word processing software. Tables, columns, styles, graphics, merge operations, and basic web design are covered. 4 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4288 A TTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2205 Miller D 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BTECH150 Excel (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: MATH 070; CIS 102 or instructor permission.

This course teaches electronic spreadsheet capabilities in realistic private or business related problems. The course emphasizes the skills necessary to create, modify and print a worksheet and includes the use of functions, graphics, data lists, and other enhancements. 4 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 4290 A MW 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM MIB-2205 Miller D Class Full Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 4291 12 MW 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM REC-213 Miller D 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

BTECH254 Medical Office Computerized Info Processing (3 cr.)

Prerequisite: AHLTH 150 or concurrent enrollment.

The course is designed for the advanced student and includes computerized practice of actual medical office procedures utilizing Medisoft, the industry standard software. Students perform computerized simulations of patient processing from the scheduling call to the patient's final payment. 2 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Evening Class 4294 A TTh 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM MIB-2205 Borghi S 16 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Carpentry Technology

CARP 121 Residential and Commercial Carpentry I (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in MATH 060, ENGL 060 and READ 080; and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to provide an introduction to safe work practices, work ethics, basic tool use, and carpentry concepts. Students may participate in the construction of a home or a working jobsite. 8 lecture hours; 16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4304 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 700-706 Pratt A 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CARP 122 Residential and Commercial Carpentry II (16 cr.)

Prerequisite: Completion of CARP 121 with a grade of "C" or better and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to build upon the skills learned in CARP 121. Training increases skills and expands tasks learned in CARP 121. Students may participate in the construction of a home on a working jobsite. 8 lecture hours; 16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4308 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 700-706 Pratt A 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CARP 123 Residential and Commercial Carpentry III (16 cr.)

Prerequisite: Completion of CARP 122 with a grade of "C" or better and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to build upon the skills learned in CARP 122. Training increases skills and expands tasks learned in CARP 122. Students may participate in the construction of a home on a working jobsite. Tasks are completed to industry standards. 8 lecture hours;16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4312 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 700-706 Pratt A 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CARP 221 Residential and Commercial Carpentry IV (16 cr.)

Prerequisite: Completion of CARP 123 with a grade of "C" or better and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to build upon the skills learned in CARP 121-123.Training increases skills and expands tasks learned in CARP 121-123. Students may participate in the construction of a home on a working jobsite. Tasks completed to industry standards and increase in complexity. 8 lecture hours;16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4316 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 700-706 Pratt A 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CARP 222 Residential and Commercial Carpentry V (16 cr.)

Prerequisite: Completion of CARP 221 with a grade of "C" or better and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to build upon the skills learned in CARP 121-221.Training increases skills and expands tasks learned in CARP 121-221. Students may participate in the construction of a home on a working jobsite. Tasks completed to industry standards and increase in complexity. Problem solving is emphasized. Leadership opportunities are presented. 8 lecture hourse;16 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4320 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 700-706 Pratt A 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CARP 223 Residential and Commercial Carpentry VI (16 cr.)

Prerequisite: Completion of CARP 222 with a grade of "C" or better and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to build upon the carpentry skills learned in CARP 121-222. Training increases skills and expands tasks learned in CARP 121-222. Students may participate in the construction of a home on a working jobsite. Tasks are completed to industry standards and increase in complexity. Problem solving is emphasized. Leadership opportunities are presented. Course includes a capstone exam to ensure retention of competency in previous Carpentry Technology program 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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Hybrid Class 4324 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 700-706 Pratt A 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Chemistry

CHEM&110 Chemical Concepts w/Lab (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C-" or better in Math 095 or placement in Math 098.

An introduction to the fundamental principles of chemistry and the predictive power chemistry provides. Topics include elements, compounds, and mixtures; periodic properties of the elements; atomic theory and structure; molecular structure and chemical bonding; chemical notation and nomenclature; mass and molar relations; chemical reactions and the mass and energy changes accompanying them; simple thermodynamics; equilibrium, equilibrium constants and kinetics; properties of gases, liquids, solids, and solutions; properties of acids, bases, and pH; connections between chemistry and daily life. Satisfies science or lab requirement area B distribution or specified elective for the AA degree. 4lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Students may not receive credit for both CHEM&110 and CHEM&121. This course does not meet the chemistry requirement for the Associate in Pre-Nursing DTA or the chemistry admissions requirement for the Associate in Applied Science Nursing degree.

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Online Class 4344 17 Online (Canvas) Online Dykes J 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CHEM&121 Introduction to Chemistry w/Lab (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C-" or better in MATH 095 or placement in MATH 098. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 121 Lab .

A survey of general chemical principles, including elements and compounds, atomic structure and periodic properties, chemical reactions, energy, equilibrium and kinetics, solutions, acids and bases, and nuclear chemistry. This course is intended for allied health and natural resources majors, as well as those students pursuing an AA degree. It also serves as the prerequisite for CHEM& 161 for students who have not completed one year of high school chemistry. This course, with CHEM& 131, constitutes a terminal sequence in chemistry and does not prepare a student for a second year of chemistry. 4 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Students may not receive credit for both CHEM&110 and CHEM&121. Satisfies science or lab requirement area B distribution or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4346 A MTThF 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 800-800 Nelson J Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4348 B MTThF 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 800-800 Nelson J Class Full Find Books for this Class

CHEM&121L Introduction to Chemistry Lab (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 121 Lecture.

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In Person Class 4350 1 T 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 800-854 Nelson J 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4352 2 W 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 800-854 Nelson J Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4354 3 Th 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 800-854 Nelson J 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CHEM&161 General Chemistry w/Lab I (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: One year of high school chemistry or CHEM& 121 and concurrent enrollment in MATH& 141 or placement in MATH& 142. Cor equisite: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 161 Lab.

For science, engineering and other majors who plan to take a year or more of chemistry courses. Principles of general chemistry including atomic structure and periodic properties, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, thermochemistry, and electronic structure. Laboratory work emphasizes the quantitative nature of these principles. 4 lecture hours; 3 lab hours. Satisfies science or lab requirement area B distribution or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4356 A MTThF 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 800-802 Jones R Class Full Find Books for this Class

CHEM&161L General Chemistry Lab I (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 161 Lecture.

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In Person Class 4358 1 W 12:00 PM - 2:50 PM 800-858 Jones R Class Full Find Books for this Class

CHEM&162 General Chemistry w/Lab II (6 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C-" or better in both CHEM& 161 and MATH& 141 (or placement in MATH& 142). Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 162 Lab.

A continuation of general chemistry including bonding and molecular structure, states of matter, solutions, kinetics, equilibria, and acids and bases. Laboratory work includes elementary quantitative analysis. 4 lecture hours; 4 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4360 A MWThF 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM 800-802 Jones R 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CHEM&162L General Chemistry Lab II (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 162 Lecture.

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In Person Class 4362 1 TTh 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 800-858 Jones R 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Commercial Transportation and Maintenance

CDL 100 Forklift Certificate Training (1 cr.)

Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in CDL 175 and 185 or instructor permission. All core CDL courses need to be completed with a g rade of "C" or better.

This class provides all the necessary instruction and training required by the forklift regulation and it prepares the student for the site-specific evaluation required by regulation (the forklift code requires that all forklift operators be evaluated by the employer operating forklifts in the actual work environment). Forklift operator certification is required every three years or sooner if the operator fails the evaluation; uses unsafe behavior; or has an accident or near miss. Training is completed in one day. 11 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4328 A W 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM SAT-SOP Scott L 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class

CDL 101 Commercial Drivers License Training (8 cr.)

Place in 220 or higher on CASAS test. Have valid WA State driver's license. Must have/provide: 1) Clean/clear Washington State DMV 5-Year abstract; 2) DOT physical; meet requirement of FMCSR, sec. 391.41 and 391.49; 3)obtain valid CDL instruction permit from Was hington State DMV. Concurrent enrollment in CDL 150, 160,175,185 and instructor permission. All CDL core courses need to be comple ted with a grade of "C" or better.

Training for entry-level long haul truck driving jobs and CDL testing includes: classroom instruction in FMCSR rules and regulations; mechanical overview of tractors and trailers; safety; defensive driving; FMCSR log book rules; trip planning; managing life on the road; and communication are stressed. This course is designed to teach the student the basic skills and knowledge to successfully operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle in interstate commerce. 8 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4330 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM SAT-SOP Scott L Class Full Find Books for this Class

CDL 150 Range Operations and Equipment (2 cr.)

Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in CDL 101, 160, 175, 185 or instructor permission. All core CDL courses need to be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

Students will gain knowledge and skills in the areas including, but not limited to, tractor/trailer equipment, control systems, pre-trip inspections, coupling/uncoupling, and backing. 1 lecture hour, 2 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4331 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM SAT-SOP Scott L Class Full Find Books for this Class

CDL 160 Range Operations and Beginning Over the Road (6 cr.)

Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in CDL 101,150,175,185 or instructor permission. All core CDL courses need to be completed wit h a grade of "C" or better.

Students will gain knowledge and skills in the areas including, but not limited to, safety, spatial awareness, visual search, putting the vehicle in motion, shifting gears, cornering, and uphill/downhill techniques. With demonstrated proficiencies in these basics the student will be introduced to Over the Road Driving. 2 lecture hours, 8 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4333 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM SAT-SOP Scott L Class Full Find Books for this Class

CDL 175 Range Operations and Maneuvers (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CDL 101, 150, 160, 185 or instructor permission. All core CDL courses need to be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

"Students will gain knowledge and skills in the areas including, but not limited to, straight backing, off-set backing (parallel), 90? sight-side backing, and other maneuvers as determined. 2 lecture hours, 6 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree. "

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In Person Class 4335 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM SAT-SOP Scott L Class Full Find Books for this Class

CDL 185 Over the Road Driving (3 cr.)

Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in CDL 175 or instructor permission. All CDL core courses must be completed with a grade of "C " or better.

Students will gain knowledge and skills in the areas including, but not limited to, safety; rural driving; hazard perception; and city driving. Extreme driving conditions will be discussed. 1 lecture hour, 4 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4337 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM SAT-SOP Scott L Class Full 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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In Person Class 4368 A T 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2205 Lenz M 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4370 B T 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2312 Blankenship 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CIS 100L Introduction to Personal Computers Lab (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CIS 100 Lecture.

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In Person Class 4372 1 Th 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2205 Lenz M 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4374 2 Th 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2312 Blankenship 18 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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In Person Class 4376 A TTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2205 Miller D 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4378 B MW 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2205 Miller D 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

CIS 102 Introduction to Microsoft Office (3 cr.)

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

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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Evening Class 4379 C T 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2205 Miller D 5 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This is a hybrid course. Students will meet on campus for 4 sessions on Jan. 7, Feb. 4, Mar. 4 and March 25. ITV from GHC to REC and CEC.
Evening Class 4380 12 T 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM REC-0213 Miller D 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This is a hybrid course. Students will meet on campus for 4 sessions on Jan. 7, Feb. 4, Mar. 4 and March 25. ITV from GHC to REC and CEC.
Evening Class 4382 13 T 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CEC-107 Miller D Class Full Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This is a hybrid course. Students will meet on campus for 4 sessions on Jan. 7, Feb. 4, Mar. 4 and March 25. ITV from GHC to REC and CEC.
In Person Class 4386 A MW 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2312 Lenz M 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4388 B MW 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2312 Lenz M Class Full Find Books for this Class

CIS 102L Intro to Microsoft Office Lab (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CIS 102 Lecture.

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In Person Class 4392 1 Th 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2312 Lenz M 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4394 2 Th 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2312 Lenz M 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 4410 17 Online (Canvas) Online Cortinas D 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 8000 99 Arranged Bradbury 1 Open Seat 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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Online Class 4412 37 Online (Canvas) Online Cortinas D 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 8002 99 Arranged Bradbury 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class

CJUS 151 Drugs and Our Society (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: Placement in ENGL 095.

This class is designed to give students a basic understanding of all classifications of drugs. Topics to be covered include the biology of drug action, effects of drugs on the body, dependence and treatment, alternatives to drug use, and drugs and the law. Types of drugs discussed will range from prescription drugs, to alcohol, to illegal drugs, and over-the-counter drugs. Same as HPE 151; students may not receive credit for both. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4414 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2416 Bradbury R 11 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4416 B MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2416 Bradbury R 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 8001 99 Arranged Bradbury 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 8006 99 Arranged Bradbury 1 Open Seat 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 4421 A Arranged Arranged Staff 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 4420 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Bradbury R 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 8007 99 Arranged Bradbury 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
Diesel Technology

DT 121 Introduction to Diesel Technology (16 cr.)

Prerequisites: Placement in MATH 060, ENGL 060 and READ 080; and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to provide an introduction to safe shop work practices, work ethics, basic tool use, and introduction to basic mechanical tasks. 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 4664 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1803 Werner D 16 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

DT 122 Intermediate Diesel Technology (16 cr.)

Prerequisite: Completion of DT 121 with a grade of "C" or better and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in DT 121. The course promotes work habits and safe work practices. Training increases skills and expands tasks learned in DT 121. Projects are completed to industry standards. 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 4666 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1803 Werner D 13 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

DT 221 Diagnostics, Testing and Repair (16 cr.)

Prerequisite: Completion of DT 123 with a grade of "C" or better and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in DT 121 through DT 123. Individual projects are assigned that will challenge the student and expand upon the skills learned in DT 121 through DT 123 and introduces diagnostics, testing, and problem solving to the student. Individual projects are completed to industry standards. 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 4670 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1803 Werner D 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

DT 222 Advanced Diagnostics, Testing and Repair (16 cr.)

Prerequisite: Completion of DT 221 with a grade of "C" or better and instructor permission.

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in DT 121 through DT 221. This course will see Advanced Individual Projects assigned to students that will emphasize diagnostics, testing, and problem solving by the student and will replicate, as close as possible, real world shop conditions for the student to work in. 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 4672 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1803 Werner D 15 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 4701 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 90 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 2014.
Online Class 4702 27 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 98 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: THIS CLASS IS INSTRUCTED IN SPANISH.

NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 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 4703 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 91 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 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 4705 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 93 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 2014.

ECED&160 Curriculum Development (5 cr.)

Investigate learning theory, program planning, and tools for curriculum development promoting language, fine/gross motor, social-emotional, cognitive and creative skills and growth in young children (birth-age 8). 5 lecture hours. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 4708 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 98 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 2014.

ECED&180 Language and Literacy Development (3 cr.)

Students will develop teaching strategies for language acquisition and literacy skill development at each developments stage (birth - age 8) through the four interrelated areas of speaking, listening, writing, and reading. 3 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 4709 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 96 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 2014.

EDUC&115 Child Development (5 cr.)

Build a functional understanding of the foundation of child development, prenatal to early adolescence. Observe and document physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of children, reflective of cross cultural and global perspectives. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Online Class 4721 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 93 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 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 4725 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 97 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 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 4706 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 98 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 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 4676 17 Online (Canvas) Online Khandro L 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4680 A DAILY 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 800-806 Hillier J 7 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 4712 17 Online (Canvas) Online Zerr M Class Full Find Books for this Class

ECON&201 Micro Economics (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: ECON& 202 or instructor permission.

An introduction to microeconomics. A study of the decision-making processes of individual economic units including businesses and consumers. Basic theoretical tools are applied to problems of current interest. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area B requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4714 A MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2101 Zerr M 23 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 4716 17 Online (Canvas) Online Zerr M Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4718 A MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2104 Zerr M 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Education

EDUC 201 Introduction/Orientation to Teaching (5 cr.)

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

Designed as a course for the student interested in a teaching career. Examines the qualities of good teachers, basic teaching skills, the rewards and responsibilities of teaching, the history and philosophy of teaching, and current innovations in teaching. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Online Class 4720 A Online (Canvas) Online Portmann C Class Full Find Books for this Class
Emerg Medical Train

EMT 054 Emergency Medical Training (15.6 cr.)

NOTE: Students MUST enroll at the first class session only! Call EMS at 532-2067 for more information. Class takes place at EMS, 24 21 Sumner Avenue, Aberdeen, WA or location chosen by EMS. There will be some arranged Saturdays.

A basic EMT course which includes practical experience, hospital observation, and classroom lectures and discussion of emergency medical care procedures and practices. This course prepares students to pass the Washington State examination for Emergency Medical Techinician Certification.

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Evening Class 9504 17 MTh 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM EMS- VanderVeur D 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Engineering

ENGR&214 Statics (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: MATH& 152 or PHYS& 221 with a minimum grade of "C" (or concurrent enrollment in either of these courses with advisor approval).

ENGR& 214 is a course in engineering statics (mechanics). Topics include: vector notation, scalar and vector analysis of two- and three-dimensional static structures, equilibrium, moments, couples, distributed loads, resultants, centroids, inertia, shear and bending moments, and friction. This course qualifies as a specialization course for the AS-T Engineering degrees and as an elective for all other AS-T degrees. 5 lecture hours.

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In Person Class 4824 A DAILY 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM 800-804 Koskela J 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ENGR 240 Applied Numerical Methods (5 cr.)

Pre-requisites: MATH& 163 with a minimum grade of "C".

Numerical solutions to problems in engineering and science using modern scientific computing tools is the focus of this course as well as application of mathematical judgment in selecting computational algorithms and communicating results. MATLAB programming for numerical computation is introduced. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies the requirement for the AS-Track 2 degree or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 4822 17 Online (Canvas) Online Staff (WAOL) 98 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
NOTE: This class runs from January 2 through March 12, 2014.
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 4746 17 Online (Canvas) Online Winsor S 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4750 A MWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2103 Winsor S 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4752 B MWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2103 Winsor S Class Full 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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Online Class 4754 17 Online (Canvas) Online Lerych J 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4758 A MTWTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2315 Lerych J 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4760 B MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2103 Neiworth J Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4762 C MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2104 Neiworth J Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4764 D MW 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2201 Lerych L 4 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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Online Class 4786 17 Online (Canvas) Online DeBoer A Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4788 A MTWTh 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM MIB-2105 Cavin D Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4790 B MTWTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2103 Neiworth J Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4792 C MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2105 Cavin D Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4794 D MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2105 Cavin D Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4796 E MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2105 Cavin D Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4797 F TTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2201 Lerych L Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4798 G MW 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM MIB-2206 Winsor S Class Full 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 4800 17 Online (Canvas) Online DeBoer A 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
Online Class 4804 27 Online (Canvas) Online Winsor S 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4808 A MTWTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2104 DeBoer A 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4810 B MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2201 Lerych L Class Full Find Books for this Class

ENGL&220 Intro to Shakespeare (5 cr.)

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

An introduction to the comedies, the histories and the tragedies, this course emphasizes development of the analytical skills necessary to read, write, speak, and think critically about the meaning and dramatic effect of Shakespeare's plays. Additionally, attention is given to understanding the plays within the context of early modern history and culture. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area D requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4812 A MTWTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2201 Lerych L 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ENGL&235 Technical Writing (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: Competency in basic computer operation or concurrent enrollment in CIS 100. Prerequisite: A grade of "C-" or better in ENGL& 101.

This course emphasizes techniques of technical writing and the preparation of informal and formal technical reports commonly found in vocational, technical, and business environments. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies writing skills requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4814 A MTWTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2105 Cavin D Class Full Find Books for this Class

ENGL 243 Playwriting (2 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: A grade of "C-" or better in ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

This course emphasizes the various concerns surrounding the understanding and creation of the one-act play. Topics addressed in the course include the processes of drafting and revision, analysis of literary style and technique, and methods of offering and accepting constructive criticism. Additionally, the collaborative nature of playwriting, as compared to writing fiction or poetry, will be addressed; a play is not complete until the writer has involved others in the creative process. The student is expected to submit original manuscripts during the quarter. 2 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4768 A Th 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM MIB-2417 Lerych L 11 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

ENGL&244 Introduction to American Literature (5 cr.)

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

Course readings reflect our diverse national experience during the past two centuries. Authors are selected to highlight peculiarly American themes, forms and cultural conflicts. Fiction, poetry, drama and nonfiction prose are variously emphasized. Most recent emphasis: the tradition of American nature writing. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area D requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4816 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2104 DeBoer A 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
English Second Language

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 347 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2203 Martinez M 45 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 312 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM REC-204 Woods N 45 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J233 322 WTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM REC-204 Peterson J 43 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
      MT 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM REC-204 Wetterauer S
Evening Class J423 323 MT 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CEC-102 West H 47 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
      WTh 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM CEC-102 McGlothin J
Evening Class J513 314 MTWTh 6:00 PM - 7:50 PM EGH-HS Dunegan L 47 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class J854 327 F 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM MIB-2217 Karl K 37 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class J865 347 MTWTh 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM MIB-2202 Karl K 18 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 337 MTWTh 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MIB-2217 Barber J 33 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Evening Class J864 347 MTWTh 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM MIB-2206 Miller C 8 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.

  Item # Section Days Time Room Instructor Open Seats Find Books
Online Class 4818 17 Online (Canvas) Online Bates T 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4820 A DAILY 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 800-802 Jones R 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Foreign Languages

LATIN125 Latin I (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or concurrent enrollment; or placement in ENGL& 101.

Designed to provide students with elementary knowledge of classical Latin, this course will focus on reading and understanding the written language through the study of grammar and texts. Additional attention will be given to the influence of Latin on modern English, as well as to relevant topics in Roman culture and history. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area E requirement or specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4970 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2315 Lerych J 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

SPAN&121 Spanish I (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or concurrent enrollment; or placement in ENGL& 101.

SPAN& 121, 122, 123 is a sequence designed to provide students with elementary through intermediate knowledge of spoken and written Spanish . It is viewed as a series and as such has a goal of structuring the load throughout an academic year rather than from quarter to quarter. SPAN& 121 focuses on developing elementary speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area E requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5316 A MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2315 Lerych J 10 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Freshmen Year Experience

FYE 102 Creating Success in College and Life (2 cr.)

The content of this course is designed to help students make a smooth transition to college and bring an increased awareness of what GHC has to offer. Students will learn about college expectations and how to use proven strategies to develop the skills, resources and personal qualities needed to create greater academic, professional and personal success. 2 lecture hours. May be used as a general elective in the AAdegree.

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In Person Class 4900 A MTWTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2250 Porter J Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 4902 B MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2204 Porter J 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4904 C MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2315 Muir D 7 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 4908 D MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2101 Smith D 10 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 4910 12 MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM REC-208 Smith D 9 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 4912 13 MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM CEC-106 Smith D 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Online Class 4914 17 Online (Canvas) Online Muir D Class Full 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 4926 17 Online (Canvas) Online Arthur G Class Full Find Books for this Class
Online Class 4928 27 Online (Canvas) Online Arthur G Class Full Find Books for this Class
Online Class 4930 37 Online (Canvas) Online Arthur G Class Full Find Books for this Class
Online Class 6925 47 Online (Canvas) Online Arthur G Class Full Find Books for this Class
History

HIST&117 Western Civilization II (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 European society, politics and culture from the fall of Rome to the Reformation emphasizing feudalism, the battles between Church and State, Scholasticism, medieval science, and the life of the common folk. We will explore the roots of the early modern era and the shattering of the medieval consensus. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4918 A DAILY 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM MIB-2417 Muir D 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

HIST&118 Western Civilization III (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 recommended.

A survey of European society, culture and politics from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Centuries emphasizing the witchcraft craze, the rise of science, the Enlightenment, Romanticism, the French Revolution, industrialism, imperialism, and the two world wars. We will explore the "nature" of the modern world and the social tensions it has produced. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 4920 17 Online (Canvas) Online Muir D 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

HIST&147 US History II (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 recommended.

This course offers a survey of United States' history during the 19th Century. Topics of inquiry include slavery and the development of the abolitionist and women's movements, the coming of the Civil war, Reconstruction, conquest of the continent, the triumph of capitalism through industrialization, the development of labor movements, and the origins of U.S. involvement in world-wide imperialist movements. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4922 A DAILY 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2417 Muir D Class Full Find Books for this Class

HIST 220 20th Century Europe (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: READ 090 or placement in READ 120; ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission. Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL& 101 recommended.

An introduction to the political, social, economic, and intellectual history of Europe in the Twentieth Century. The course will cover the background to World War I, the era of the World Wars, the rise of Communism and Fascism, the Welfare State, European imperialism, and Europe's role in the global environment of the 1990's. Important social and intellectual movements will be discussed in their political context. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution A requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4917 A DAILY 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2417 Muir D 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Human Development

HUMDV104 Stress Management and Wellness (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Placement in READ 080 and ENGL 060 or instructor permission.

This course is designed to provide general information, tools, and guides for stress management and wellness promotion. Students will look at the physical, cognitive, psychological, and behavioral factors related to stress and coping. The goal is to help each student improve in the ability to manage stress. Instruction techniques will include lectures, extensive use of group activities, and introduction of relaxation methods, such as progressive relaxation. 2 lecture hours. Satisfies general elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4954 A TTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2201 Barnes M Class Full Find Books for this Class

HUMDV150 Tutoring Techniques (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

This class prepares students to become peer tutors. We will explore the role and responsibilities of a peer tutor, adult learning theory, learning styles, effective tutoring techniques, communication skills, and creating a positive environment. Practicum will include observation and supervised tutoring in the GHC Learning Center. Actual tutoring experiences will be evaluated during the quarter. 7 lecture hours; 4 lab hours. Satisfies general elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 4960 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Seta K 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Human Services

HS 102 Survey of Community Resources in Human Services (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: HS 101 or instructor permission

Provides an understanding of the state, county and regional network that supports community services. Overview includes continual effects of current legislation and funding. Emphasis is on local human service providers as a network of community resources. This includes community mental health centers, residential programs, advocacy groups, and consumer groups. Students will learn the relevance of each component to the whole system. 5 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4932 A MW 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2255 Miller-Starks C 39 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

HS 108 Counseling and Crisis Intervention (5 cr.)

Prerequiste: Completion of HS 101

Introduction to interviewing, basic counseling skills and crisis theory. The focus will be on learning counseling theory and models for crisis intervention. Through lecture, discussion, demonstration and independent study, students will master basic concepts and develop needed skills. Emphasis on high-stress populations requiring immediate intervention, including psychiatric emergencies and death and dying, sexual assault, battered women, suicide and others. 5 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4936 A TTh 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2255 Miller-Starks C 40 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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Hybrid Class 4940 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Miller-Starks C 30 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

HS 203 Interview/Assessments in Human Services Settings (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: HS 202 or instructor permission.

Introduction to interviewing and assessment techniques in the human services field. Emphasis is on information gathering and building productive individual service plans for human services clients. Importance is placed on assessing the person's complete psycho-social structure. 5 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 4942 A M 11:00 AM - 1:50 PM MIB-2250 Miller-Starks C 39 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
      W 12:00 PM - 1:50 PM MIB-2255 Miller-Starks C
Hybrid Class 4943 IB M 11:00 AM - 1:50 PM MIB-2250 MillerStarks 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
      W 12:00 PM - 1:50 PM MIB-2255 MillerStarks

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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Hybrid Class 4944 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Miller-Starks C 27 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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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Online Class 4972 17 Online (Canvas) Online Roush A Class Full Find Books for this Class
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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Online Class 4990 17 Online (Canvas) Online Martin P 11 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4994 A DAILY 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2203 Do T Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 4996 B DAILY 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2203 Do T 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class

MATH 070 Introduction to Algebra (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C-" or better in MATH 060 or appropriate placement test score or instructor permission.

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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Online Class 5000 17 Online (Canvas) Online Caba P Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5004 A DAILY 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM MIB-2203 Seta K 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5006 B DAILY 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2203 Do T Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5008 C DAILY 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2203 Do T 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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ITV Class 5012 12 TTh 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM REC-208 Wasberg D 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
ITV Class 5014 13 TTh 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM CEC-106 Wasberg D 29 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Online Class 5016 17 Online (Canvas) Online Martin P Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5020 A DAILY 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM 800-850 Montoure A Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5024 C DAILY 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2417 Montoure A 3 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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Online Class 5026 17 Online (Canvas) Online Dressler J 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5030 A DAILY 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM 800-802 Nelson J 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5032 B DAILY 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 800-804 Montoure A Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5034 C DAILY 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM 800-802 Seta K 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MATH 101 App of Algebra for Vocational-Technical Students (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C-" or better in MATH 070 or placement in MATH 095 or higher.

MATH 101 is a non-transferable course designed to expose vocational students to mathematical concepts in the context of applications. Topics will include linear and exponential functions, financial mathematics, and descriptive statistics. This course satisfies the mathematics requirement for some vocational programs; however, it does not satisfy the quantitative reasoning skills requirement for an AA degree and does not serve as a prerequisite to any other math course. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies the math requirement for some vocational programs. May be used as a general elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5036 A DAILY 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 800-850 Kuester T 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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Online Class 5038 17 Online (Canvas) Online Martin P 5 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5040 A MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 800-802 Siedenstrang Class Full Find Books for this Class

MATH 111 Introduction to Finite Mathematics (5 cr.)

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

MATH 111 is designed for transfer students majoring in business, and many of the social sciences. In addition to the prerequisite, it is assumed that students have a working knowledge of the material from MATH 098. Topics covered include linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of linear equations and inequalities with solution by simplex methods, and financial math. Applications are drawn from business, economics, and the management and social sciences. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies quantitative skills requirement, science distribution area F requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5035 A DAILY 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 800-850 Kuester T Class Full Find Books for this Class

MATH&131 Mathematics for Elementary Education 1 (5 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101. Prerequisites: A grade of "C-" or better in MATH 098 or appropriate placement score.

MATH& 131 is the first of two courses that is designed to fulfill the requirements for entry into a bachelors program in elementary education at a four-year university, including City University?s BA program in Elementary Education. The major objective of this course is to prepare the prospective K-8 teacher to understand elementary school mathematical concepts taught from kindergarten through eighth grade. MATH& 131 focuses on problem solving techniques, place value, numeration and computation, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios and proportional reasoning, and number theory. In conjunction with studying these topics, students will improve their abilities to recognize patterns and make connections to the mathematical ideas explored. Each student will be expected to justify his or her reasoning and communicate the results through such means as group activities, written discussions, oral presentations and/or other methods. 5 lecture hours. Counts as a specified elective. Students who complete both MATH&131 and MATH&132 will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement (MATH&131) and be granted 5 credits of specified elective.

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In Person Class 5042 A MTW 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 800-800 Siedenstrang 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
      Th 12:00 PM - 1:50 PM 800-800 Siedenstrang

MATH&141 Precalculus I (5 cr.)

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

MATH&141 is the first course in the standard precalculus sequence. This course and MATH&142 are designed for students intending to take calculus and/or physical science courses. Content includes: the definition of a function; linear functions; graphs of functions; inverse functions; quadratic functions; exponential functions; logarithmic functions; and triangle trigonometry. Applications are drawn from the natural and social sciences, and engineering. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies the quantitative skills requirement, science distribution area F requirement, or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5044 A DAILY 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM 800-800 Koskela J Class Full Find Books for this Class

MATH&142 Precalculus II (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or better in MATH& 141 or appropriate placement score.

MATH&142 is the second course in the standard precalculus sequence and it continues the preparation for calculus and/or physical science courses begun in MATH&141. Contents include: a review of right triangle trigonometry; trigonometric functions; inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities; polar coordinates; vectors; polynomial functions, rational functions, parametric equations; and conic sections. Applications are drawn from the natural and social sciences, and engineering. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies the quantitative skills requirement, science distribution area F requirement, or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5046 A DAILY 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM 800-850 Kuester T Class Full Find Books for this Class

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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Hybrid Class 5048 A DAILY 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM MIB-2202 Montoure A Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5050 B DAILY 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM 800-800 Siedenstrang Class Full Find Books for this Class

MATH&152 Calculus II (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or better in MATH& 151 or appropiate placement score.

MATH&152 is the second course of the standard calculus sequence. Content includes: the definite integral; the fundamental theorem of calculus; techniques of integration; separable differential equations; infinite series; and, application including volume, work, exponential growth and decay, and several applications of separable differential equations. Applications are taken from the natural and social sciences, and engineering. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies quantitative skills requirement, science distribution F requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5054 A DAILY 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 800-850 Koskela J 6 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MATH 224 Calculus 4 (3 cr.)

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MATH& 163.

MATH 224 is the fourth course of the standard calculus sequence. Content includes: the general chain rule for functions of several variables; triple integrals in rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates; vector fields; line integrals; surface integrals; Green's theorem; Stokes' theorem; and the Divergence theorem. Applications are taken from the natural sciences, and engineering. 3 lecture hours. Satisfies science distribution area F requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5037 A MTW 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM 800-850 Koskela J 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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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Online Class 5068 17 Online (Canvas) Online Dyer B 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5072 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2250 Dyer B 13 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC117 Beginning Piano Techniques I (1 cr.)

This course is designed for music majors or students desiring basic keyboard performance skills. MUSIC 117 is a beginning course which covers the relationship of the grand staff notation to the piano keyboard, basic rhythm notation, major and minor five-finger patterns, triads, and formulating major scales. Emphasis is also placed on harmonization, transposition, improvisation, and playing by ear. Repertoire played uses these concepts. 2 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5080 A TTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2358 Hasbrouck K 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC118 Beginning Piano Techniques II (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: MUSIC 117 or instructor permission.

This course is a continuation of MUSIC 117. This in-depth study covers major scales, formation of relative minor scales, triad inversions, introduction of augmented and diminished triads, seventh chords, chord symbols, variations of bass patterns, intricate rhythm notations, arrangements and variations. Coursework includes written notation, harmonization, improvisation, and playing by ear. Repertoire played uses these concepts. 2 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5082 A MW 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2358 Hasbrouck K 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSC&122 Ear Training II (2 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in MUSC& 132. Prerequisite: MUSC& 121.

Intermediate listening, melodic and harmonic dictation to the octave, and harmonic dictation to include minor chords, basic chord identification, sight singing and part singing, rhythmic dictation to include sixteenth notes. 2 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5074 A TTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2358 Dyer B 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSC&132 Music Theory II (3 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in MUSC& 122 or instructor permission. Prerequisites: MUSC& 121; MUSC& 131.

Continuation of MUSC& 131 with emphasis on harmonic analysis and four-part writing. 3 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 5076 A MW 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2358 Dyer B 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC151 Applied Music Strings (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one thirty-minute lesson and six hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5090 A Arranged Arranged Arranged O'Brien L 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC152 Applied Music Voice (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one thirty-minute lesson and six hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5096 B Arranged Arranged Arranged Dorsch J 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5098 C Arranged Arranged Arranged Hasbrouck K 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5100 D Arranged Arranged Arranged Hill C 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC155 Applied Music Brass (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one thirty-minute lesson and six hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5104 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Dyer B 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC156 Applied Music Percussion (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one thirty-minute lesson and six hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5108 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Neisinger R 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC171 Civic Choir (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission or audition required.

Credit is given to college students who are regular members of the Civic Choir. 2 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Evening Class 5118 A T 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM MIB-2350 Wilhelms P 23 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC173 Jazz Choir (1.5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission or audition required.

This group performs a wide variety of vocal jazz. There will be a minimum of one concert a quarter, but often more concerts each quarter. 3 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5120 A TTh 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM MIB-2350 Dyer B 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC181 Jazz Band (1.5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission or audition required.

This is a performance group which will play a variety of big-band styles from the 40's to present. 3 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5122 A MW 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM MIB-2350 Dyer B 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSC&222 Ear Training 5 (2 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 232. Prerequisite: MUSC& 221.

Intermediate listening, melodic and harmonic dictation, seventh chord identification and use within harmonic progressions, sight singing and part singing. 2 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5078 A TTh 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2358 Dyer B 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC232 Advanced Harmony I (3 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in MUSC& 222. Prerequisite: MUSIC 231 or instructor permission.

Continuation of MUSIC 231 with emphasis on original composition as an approach to form and analysis. 3 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 5126 A MW 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2358 Dyer B 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC250 Advanced Applied Music Piano (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one one-hour lesson and twelve hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5130 B Arranged Arranged MIB-2358 Pickell E 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC252 Advanced Applied Music Voice (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one one-hour lesson and twelve hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5138 B Arranged Arranged Arranged Dorsch I 23 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5140 C Arranged Arranged Arranged Hasbrouck K 21 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5142 D Arranged Arranged Arranged Hill C 23 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC254 Advanced Applied Music Woodwinds (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one one-hour lesson and twelve hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5145 B Arranged Arranged Arranged McNeill B 23 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC255 Advanced Applied Music Brass (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one one-hour lesson and twelve hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5148 B Arranged Arranged Arranged Hooker T 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC257 Advanced Applied Music Guitar (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor or music director required. Lesson fee required. Music majors who are carrying a full load may receive exemption from the fee for one applied music course per quarter.

Private lessons - one one-hour lesson and twelve hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5152 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Mason W 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC258 Advanced Applied Jazz Piano (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Private lessons - one one-hour lesson and twelve hours of practice per week. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5156 A Arranged Arranged Arranged Hasbrouck K 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

MUSIC271 Civic Choir (1 cr.)

Recommended Preparation: MUSIC 171 or instructor permission.

A continuation of MUSIC 171. 2 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Evening Class 5162 A T 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM MIB-2350 Wilhelms P 24 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Natural Resources

NR 158 Work Experience Seminar (1 cr.)

Prerequisites: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101; or instructor permission.

This five week seminar will prepare the student for the cooperative work experience required for the Natural Resource program. We will explore options for positions as summer intern through research on the internet, local agencies and other conventional means. Students will learn to complete a job application, edit, revise or create a resume, prepare a cover letter, establish personal references and learn proper interview techniques. Lectures will be designed to provide the foundation for these documents while the students will apply this in a real life situation with the desired outcome of securing a summer internship. This course fulfills a requirement that may be used for the completion of the AA (Specified Elective), AS and AAS degrees.

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In Person Class 5168 A M 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 300-316 Bates T 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

NR 250 GIS and Remote Sensing in Natural Resource Mgmt (5 cr.)

Prerequiste: NR 110; or instructor permission.

The course emphases application of geographic information systems (GIS)and techniques of remote sensing in natural resource management. It provides students with methods in acquisition, processing, and interpretation of the primary data derived from various sensors on a practical level. Additionally, the course will expose students to photogrammetry techniques in are determination, scale, height measurement, and forest stand analysis. Use of global positioning satellite (GPS) systems, USGS quad maps, legal land descriptions and corner search techniques will also be introduced. 3 lecture hours; 4 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5170 A W 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM 300-322 Bates T 13 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

NR 250L GIS and Remote Sensing in Natural Resource Lab (0 cr.)

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In Person Class 5172 1 Th 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM 300-322 Bates T 13 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

NR 285 Forest Resource Planning (2 cr.)

Prerequisites: NR 101, NR 110, NR 250, NR 260, NR 270, NR 280; or instructor approval.

This is a capstone course for the forest technician degree. The student will draw upon previous courses in the program to write a forest management plan that meets the standards of the American Tree Farm System. Students will meet with local forest landowners and work to either revise or create a management plan that will cover key topics of goals and objectives, stand and property descriptions, site conditions including soils, water courses and roads, forest health concerns, and fish and wildlife presence and habitat. A working map will be created with essential land characteristics identified. A final presentation will be made to the class and/or landowner along with the report. Lectures will be 2 hours per week. This course fulfills a requirement that may be used for the completion of the AA-DTA (General elective only) and AAS- Natural Resource Technology degrees.

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In Person Class 5177 A T 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 300-316 Bates T 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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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Evening Class 4422 A MW 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM MIB-2107 Birch A 10 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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NURS 137 Nursing Pharmacology II (1 cr.)

Pre-requisites: Completion of NURS 151 & NURS 135 with a grade of B- or better. Co-requisite: NURS 153

The student continues to examine the application of nursing process as it relates to pharmacology. Students will study of drug actions, adverse effects, and nursing implications of drugs used to treat common health alterations of the immune, cardiac, respiratory, endocrine, and neurological systems. Increasingly complex math calculations as it relates to intravenous therapy will be included. 1 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 5178 A T 12:30 PM - 1:20 PM MIB-2107 Brogan D Class Full Find Books for this Class

NURS 153 Common Health Alterations I (12 cr.)

Prerequisites: NURS 151 and NURS 152 with a grade of "C" or better; BIOL& 260 or completion with a grade of "C" or better. Corequis ites: BIOL 208 and PSYC& 200 or completion with a grade of "C" or better.

The student will gain knowledge of nursing care of the client with selected common health alterations with nursing process and adaptation in health and illness as organizing frameworks. The focus includes concepts related to immune, cardiac, respiratory, neurological, and endocrine systems. The student has opportunities to integrate classroom concepts in acute and long-term care clinical settings. 6 lecture hours; 12 clinical hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 5180 A MT 9:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2107 Brogan D 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
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NURS 252 Complex Health Alterations II (12 cr.)

Prerequisite: NURS 251 with a grade of "B-" or better.

The student continues the study of advanced principles and concepts related to the care of adults and children adapting to multi-system, high acuity health alterations. Concepts related to the care of adult clients with complex and life threatenig health alterations of reproduction including complications of childbearing, and problems of excretion are studied. In addition, students learn advanced concepts related to care of individuals and families with acute and life threatening mental health alterations. Concepts related to care of the children with complex health needs are also included. The student applied nursing process in specialty areas, acute care and in community settings. 6 lecture hours. 12 clinical hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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Hybrid Class 5182 A MT 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM LIB-1512 ONeal C 9 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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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Hybrid Class 5184 A MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 300-317 Baze M 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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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Online Class 5246 17 Online (Canvas) Online DeBoer A 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
Physical Education

PE 106 Badminton (1 cr.)

Prerequisites: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation.

This course is designed to meet the needs of all players interested in learning and improving their skills in badminton. 2 lab hours.

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In Person Class 5186 A MW 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM 500-500 Arthur G Class Full Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5188 B TTh 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM 500-500 Arthur G 4 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PE 112 Intermediate Badminton (1 cr.)

Prerequisite: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation; PE 106 or instructor permission.

A continuation of PE 106.

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In Person Class 5190 A MW 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM 500-500 Arthur G 8 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PE 116 Beginning Step Aerobics (1 cr.)

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

This class is designed to promote cardiovascular fitness through step aerobic routines set to music. Exercises for the abdominal muscles, hips, thighs and arms are also done to help strengthen and tone those muscle groups. 2 lab hours.

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In Person Class 5194 A MW 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 500-500 Aho P 32 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PE 117 Intermediate Step Aerobics (2 cr.)

Prerequisites: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation with modifications; PE 116 or instructor permission.

This course is designed to provide instruction on the major areas of lifetime fitness and wellness utilizing step aerobic routines and floorwork. Concepts and techniques taught in PE 116 will be enhanced and built upon, providing the student with the necessary information to continue this activity for a lifetime. 4 lab hours.

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In Person Class 5196 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 500-500 Aho P 39 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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In Person Class 5200 A MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 500-540 Arthur G 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5202 B MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 500-500 Arthur G 10 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5204 C MTWTh 3:30 PM - 4:20 PM 500-500 Cheema G 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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In Person Class 5206 A MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 500-500 Arthur G 9 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5208 B MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 500-500 Arthur G 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5210 C MTWTh 3:30 PM - 4:20 PM 500-500 Cheema G 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PE 131 Advanced Weight Lifting (2 cr.)

Prerequisite: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation with modifications; PE 130 or instructor permission.

This course requires the student to apply the physical fitness principles of weight lifting on an individual basis. Advanced weight training techniques are stressed. 4 lab hours.

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In Person Class 5212 A MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 500-500 Arthur G 18 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5214 B MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 500-540 Arthur G 17 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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In Person Class 5218 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 500-500 Arthur G 30 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5220 B MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 500-530 Aho P 31 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5222 C MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 500-500 Aho P 28 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5224 D MTWTh 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM 500-500 Aho P 33 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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In Person Class 5226 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 500-500 Arthur G 37 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5228 B MTWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 500-500 Aho P 37 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5230 C MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 500-530 Aho P 36 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5232 D MTWTh 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM 500-530 Aho P 37 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PE 172 Advanced Fitness Lab (2 cr.)

Prerequisites: Apparent good health or physician's approval for participation with modification; PE 170 and PE 171 or instructor permission.

This course requires the student to apply the principles of physical fitness to his or her individual situation utilizing the fitness lab setting as well as outside opportunities. 4 lab hours.

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In Person Class 5234 A MTWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM 500-530 Arthur G 37 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PE 177 First Aid/CPR (2 cr.)

This course is designed to meet Department of Labor and Industry, OSHA and WISHA requirements. Intended for all students with a desire to have or who are required to have first aid and CPR training. 2 lecture hours.

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In Person Class 5242 A MW 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM 300-308 Aho P 1 Open Seat Find Books for this Class
In Person Class 5244 B MW 3:30 PM - 4:20 PM 300-308 Aho P Class Full Find Books for this Class
Physics

PHYS&115 General Physics w/Lab II (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: PHYS& 114; Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in PHYS& 115 Lab.

A continuation of PHYS& 114, this course covers the second term of the general physics program. It partially satisfies the pre-curriculum requirements in medicine, dentistry, forestry and related fields. Topics studied include special relativity, heat, sound, fluid dynamics, and properties of matter. Problem solving and laboratory practices are integrated with this work. 5 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5248 A MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 800-804 Hillier J 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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PHYS&115L General Physics Lab II (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in PHYS& 115 Lecture.

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In Person Class 5250 1 W 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 800-804 Hillier J 20 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PHYS&222 Engineering Physics w/Lab II (5 cr.)

Prerequisites: PHYS& 221 and MATH& 152 or concurrent enrollment in MATH& 152 or instructor permission. Corequisite: Concurrent enr ollment in PHYS& 222 Lab.

This course is a continuation of PHYS& 221. Topics include fluid mechanics, waves, and thermodynamics. 5 lecture hours; 2 lab hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5252 A MTWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM 800-804 Hillier J 9 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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PHYS&222L Engineering Physics Lab II (0 cr.)

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in PHYS& 222 Lecture.

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In Person Class 5254 1 Th 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 800-804 Hillier J 10 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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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POL S110 Law and Justice (5 cr.)

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

Law and Justice will examine the basic trends in law and the social changes made within our communities. The focus wil be the study and analysis of the concepts of family law, labor-relations law, welfare law, and civil rights laws as they impact each and every one of us. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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POLS&202 American Government (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.

An introductory survey concerned with the political operation of the government of the United States, including origins of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, a close review of the three branches of government, the electoral process and a critique of current political issues. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area B requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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Online Class 5260 17 Online (Canvas) Online Bush D 7 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
Power Operation/Energy Technology

PPO 102 Power Generation (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Grade of "B-" or better in PPO 100, PPO 150, and PPO 151 or instructor permission. Concurrent enrollment in PPO 120.

A more in-depth study of the basics of electricity including OHM's Law, volts, amps, ohms, watts, generation, transmission distribution, 3-phase, series and parallel circuits, and power factor. The environmental impacts of hydro, gas and fossil fuel power generation, the transmission grid and distribution of power to the meter will be discussed. The course is intended for the "non-engineering" student who has a desire to learn how electricity is generated and distributed to the customer. It will consist of lecture, multimedia presentations, video, and hands-on projects. 5 Lecture hours.

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In Person Class 5268 A M 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM 300-310 ITV Staff 22 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PPO 120 Print Reading (4 cr.)

Prerequisite: Grade of "B-" or better in PPO 100, PPO 150, and PPO 151 or instructor permission. Concurrent enrollment in PPO 120.

Introduction to electrical utility blueprint reading which defines the physical and electrical arrangements of equipment including power plants, substations, transmission lines, distribution lines and customer service facilities. These documents are developed by designers to guide construction of facilities and are used by operating personnel to maintain, repair and modify utility equipment. 4 lecture hours.

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PPO 202 Refrigeration, HVAC and Plant Maintenance (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: A grade of "B-" or better in PPO 201 or instructor permission.

This course will focus on the fundamental principles of refrigeration and different types of refrigeration systems. Students will learn the principles of heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and auxiliary systems such as lighting, sanitary and building waste water. There will be an introduction to the terminology and basic equipment associated with HVAC/R and the control methods, operation, and maintenance of HVAC/R systems

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In Person Class 5272 A T 2:00 PM - 4:50 PM 300-310 ITV Staff 13 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

PPO 205 Pwr Systems Operator I (5 cr.)

PPO 201 with a grade of "B" or better

Students will learn to operate a power grid by using Incremental Systems Power Simulator communication protocols, reliable switching operations, managing MW flow and preventing voltage collapse. Lectures will use the EPRI Power System Dynamics Tutorial. A significant amount of study is required to take and pass The NERC exam. PPO 205 assists students in preparing to take the exam. 5 lecture hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective for the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5273 A Th 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM 300-310 STAFF 14 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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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Online Class 5276 17 Online (Canvas) Online Miller-Starks C Class Full Find Books for this Class
Online Class 5280 27 Online (Canvas) Online Winkelman J Class Full Find Books for this Class
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Hybrid Class 5284 B MW 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM MIB-2202 Rolfe-Maloney B 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

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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Online Class 5290 27 Online (Canvas) Online Saul J 12 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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PSYCH250 Social Psychology (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: SOC& 101 or PSYC& 100.

This course is the basic, beginning course in social psychology. Included in the course is a study of human nature within sociocultural systems. Group processes, perception, self-concept, attitudes, and symbolic interaction are investigated. 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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Hybrid Class 5296 A MWTh 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM MIB-2206 Barker K Class Full Find Books for this Class

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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Hybrid Class 5300 A MWTh 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM MIB-2206 Barker K Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5302 B MWTh 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM MIB-2206 Barker K 11 Open Seats Find Books for this Class
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 5308 17 Online (Canvas) Online Portmann C Class Full Find Books for this Class
Online Class 5310 27 Online (Canvas) Online Portmann C Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5312 A MW 8:00 AM - 9:50 AM MIB-2255 Portmann C Class Full Find Books for this Class
Hybrid Class 5314 B MW 12:00 PM - 1:50 PM MIB-2255 Portmann C 2 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

SOC 106 Juvenile Justice (5 cr.)

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

This course will examine how the juvenile justice process has evolved and expanded as society has sought to understand, control and influence change in the delinquent behavior of children and youth. SOC 106 will examine the attitudes of and crimes committed by juvenile offenders, the juvenile legal system, and the response by police, courts and juvenile corrections. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area C requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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SOC 112 Criminology (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 causes of crime and the people who are committing them. Crime trends will be examined and students will become familiar with intervention techniques and methods to reduce criminal activity. Students will research crime trends and prevention strategies of local communities. 5 lecture hours. Satisfies social science distribution area C requirement or may be used as a specified elective in 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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NOTE: This class begins on Jan. 6, 2014 and ends on Feb. 13, 2014.

SPCH 124 Broadcasting Practicum (5 cr.)

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

The course provides supervised work experience at a local radio or television station for students interested in pursuing careers in broadcasting, especially those who plan to transfer to four-year institutions in pursuit of such career goals. Variable hours. Satisfies general elective requirement for the AA degree.

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SPCH 201 Fundamentals of Group Discussion (3 cr.)

Introduction to problem solving in small groups. Emphasis is given to practical experience in group discussion participation and leadership. Additional attention is given to meeting management and panel discussion. 3 lecture hours. Satisfies humanities distribution area F requirement or specified elective for the AA degree.

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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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THEA 235 Stagecraft (4 cr.)

Prerequisite: ENGL 095 or placement in ENGL& 101.

Principles of set construction including design, drafting, technical production, scenery construction, color, scene painting, and the handling of scenery. 4 lecture hours. Satisfies specified elective requirement for the AA degree.

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Welding Technology

WELD 100 Welding Blueprint Readin (6 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.

Introduction to shop drawings, welding symbols, and basic blueprints. Emphasis is on interpretation of drawing information in order to determine individual part, joint, and weld dimensions. 3 lecture hours; 6 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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In Person Class 5352 A MW 1:00 PM - 5:15 PM 1914 McDonald R 15 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

WELD 101 Related Welding I (6 cr.)

Students are given an overview of welding employment opportunities, the most common welding processes (SMAW, GMAW, FCAW and GTAW), and oxyacetylene cutting and heating. 3 lecture hours; 6 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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      TTh 5:00 PM - 8:45 PM 1914 Hanson B

WELD 102 Related Welding II (6 cr.)

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in WELD 101. The course promotes proper work habits and safe work practices. Training increases skills with oxy-fuel cutting and common manual and semi-automatic welding processes. 3 lecture hours; 6 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as general elective in the AA degree.

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      TTh 5:00 PM - 8:45 PM 1914 Hanson B

WELD 103 Related Welding III (6 cr.)

A lecture-lab course to build upon skills learned in WELD 101 and WELD 102. The course promotes proper work habits and safe work practices. Advanced joint configurations are cut, fit, and welded with common manual and semi-automatic cutting and welding processes. Students will be provided the opportunity to practice for certification testing. 3 lecture hours; 6 lab hours. Vocational program course. May be used as a general elective in the AA degree.

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      TTh 5:00 PM - 8:45 PM 1914 Hanson B

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 5362 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1914 McDonald R 19 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 5366 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1914 McDonald R 17 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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In Person Class 5370 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1914 McDonald R 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

WELD 240 Pipe 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 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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In Person Class 5374 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1914 McDonald R 16 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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In Person Class 5382 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1914 McDonald R 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class

WELD 250 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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In Person Class 5386 A DAILY 7:30 AM - 11:50 AM 1914 McDonald R 19 Open Seats Find Books for this Class