Schedule - Lake Land College

Lake Land College Course Schedule

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Associate Degree Nursing
ADN-051-3
Comprehensive approach to the clinical application of drug therapy through the use of the nursing process.

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Transition to ADN 2 WEB Janet Waymoth 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
Comments: Class meets on campus Jul 3 & 17
ADN-051-3
Comprehensive approach to the clinical application of drug therapy through the use of the nursing process.

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Transition to ADN 2 WEB Janet Waymoth 07-03-14
07-03-14
NEAL HALL 104 R 09:30AM
01:30PM
Comments: Class meets on campus Jul 3 & 17
ADN-051-3
Comprehensive approach to the clinical application of drug therapy through the use of the nursing process.

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Transition to ADN 2 WEB Janet Waymoth 07-17-14
07-17-14
NEAL HALL 104 R 09:30AM
01:30PM
Comments: Class meets on campus Jul 3 & 17
ADN-052-30335
A concept-based approach to the clinical application of drug therapy through the use of the nursing process.


Prerequisites: ADN 040, ADN 042, or approval of program director


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Nursing Process & Pharmacology 3 WEB Nicole Zeller 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ADN-052-31384
A concept-based approach to the clinical application of drug therapy through the use of the nursing process.


Prerequisites: ADN 040, ADN 042, or approval of program director


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Nursing Process & Pharmacology 3 WEB Nicole Zeller 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ADN-061-34197
Enhances basic physical assessment skills needed in the healthcare setting. Body systems are examined individually.

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Health Assessment 2 DAY Ikemefuna Nwosu 05-20-14
06-05-14
NE 102 MTWR 08:00AM
11:45AM
 
Agriculture
AGR-041-33686
On the job experience as a full-time employee in selected agriculture occupation. Must be in curriculum that degree is awarded. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Supervised Occupational Exp I 3.5 DAY Jon Althaus 05-19-14
07-10-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
AGR-042-12102
On the job experience as a full-time employee in selected agriculture occupation. Must be in curriculum that degree is awarded. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Supervised Ocupational Exp II 2.5 DAY Jon Althaus 06-09-14
07-03-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
Comments: Class meets June 9July 3
AGR-042-12103
On the job experience as a full-time employee in selected agriculture occupation. Must be in curriculum that degree is awarded. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Supervised Ocupational Exp II 2.5 DAY Samuel Orrick 06-09-14
07-03-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
Comments: Class meets June 9- July 3
AGR-042-25922
On the job experience as a full-time employee in selected agriculture occupation. Must be in curriculum that degree is awarded. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Supervised Ocupational Exp II 2.5 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-03-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
Comments: Class meets June 9-July 3
AGR-043-34661
On the job experience as a full-time employee in selected agriculture occupation. Must be in curriculum that degree is awarded. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Supv Occup Exp III 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA TBA
 
AGR-053-25923
Designed to develop a working knowledge of agricultural chemicals as they are related to herbicides and insecticides. Students should have a working knowledge of calibration and maintenance of agricultural chemical equipment. Identification of major weed species in this area and their control is emphasized.

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Integrated Pest Management 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 07-07-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 136 MTWR 07:30AM
10:55AM
Comments: Class meets July 7-July 31
AGR-053-25924
Designed to develop a working knowledge of agricultural chemicals as they are related to herbicides and insecticides. Students should have a working knowledge of calibration and maintenance of agricultural chemical equipment. Identification of major weed species in this area and their control is emphasized.

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Integrated Pest Management 3 DAY Mark Niemerg 07-07-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 136 MTWR 11:15AM
02:40PM
Comments: Class meets July 7-July 31
AGR-086-25925
Designed to teach the basic fundamentals of the operating principles and adjustments of combines and bailers.

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Adjusting New and Used Mach 2.5 DAY Staff 07-07-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 121 MTWR 07:30AM
09:20AM
Comments: Class meets from July 7-July 31
AGR-094-25926
Focuses on the theory of air conditioning, diagnosis of problems, and the safe handling of air conditioning material. Extensive hands-on is provided for diagnosis, service procedures, and agricultural air conditioning component repair. Equipment that will be covered will be two and four-wheel drive tractors, combines, and fertilizer applicator trucks.

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Ag Machinery Air Conditioning 3 DAY Staff 07-07-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 121 MTWR 10:00AM
11:50AM
Comments: Class meets July 7-July 31
AGR-120-25927
An introduction to basic economic concepts of the agricultural sector with emphasis on costs, revenue, price determination, supply and demand, and farm policy.

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Agriculture Economics 3 DAY Maria Boerngen 07-07-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 127 MTWR 08:00AM
10:40AM
Comments: Class meets July 7-July 31
AGR-120-25928
An introduction to basic economic concepts of the agricultural sector with emphasis on costs, revenue, price determination, supply and demand, and farm policy.

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Agriculture Economics 3 DAY Maria Boerngen 07-07-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 127 MTWR 12:00PM
02:40PM
Comments: Class meets July 7-July 31
Allied Health
AHE-040-33631
Prepares students for nurse assistant roles. Meets requirements for Illinois Department of Public Health Certified Aide Course.

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Basic Nurse Assisting 8 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Mattoon AAEC MR 08:00AM
04:30PM
 
AHE-040-33632
Prepares students for nurse assistant roles. Meets requirements for Illinois Department of Public Health Certified Aide Course.

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Basic Nurse Assisting 8 DAY Laura Deters 06-09-14
07-31-14
Effingham LLB MR 08:00AM
04:30PM
 
AHE-040-33633
Prepares students for nurse assistant roles. Meets requirements for Illinois Department of Public Health Certified Aide Course.

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Basic Nurse Assisting 8 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 102 MR 08:00AM
04:30PM
 
AHE-040-34844
Prepares students for nurse assistant roles. Meets requirements for Illinois Department of Public Health Certified Aide Course.

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Basic Nurse Assisting 8 DAY Linda Kimball 06-09-14
07-31-14
Paris TBA MR 08:00AM
04:30PM
 
AHE-041-10823
Focuses on vocabulary used in medicine, nursing and allied health occupations.

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Medical Terminology 3 WEB Jane Slaughter 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
AHE-041-16111
Focuses on vocabulary used in medicine, nursing and allied health occupations.

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Medical Terminology 3 WEB Jane Slaughter 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
AHE-042-34493
Builds and enlarges on basic medical vocabulary used in medicine, nursing and allied health occupations.

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Advanced Medical Terminology 3 WEB Janet Waymoth 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
AHE-055-15
This course will prepare the student to perform drug calculations safely and accurately. Students will be introduced to identification and administration of oral and parenteral medications.

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Math for Meds 2 DAY Tisha Goad 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 103 WR 02:00PM
03:40PM
 
AHE-055-9908
This course will prepare the student to perform drug calculations safely and accurately. Students will be introduced to identification and administration of oral and parenteral medications.

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Math for Meds 2 WEB Erin Swingler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Anthropology
ANT-200-111
The course provides an introduction to cultural and physical anthropology. Human and animal behavior is studied by using the comparative method. Some of the topics covered are: religion, magic, kinship, sex roles, human evolution, race, archeology and primates.

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General Anthropology 3 WEB Carolyn Stephens 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ANT-200-34746
The course provides an introduction to cultural and physical anthropology. Human and animal behavior is studied by using the comparative method. Some of the topics covered are: religion, magic, kinship, sex roles, human evolution, race, archeology and primates.

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General Anthropology 3 WEB Carolyn Stephens 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Art
ART-181-32
Students will enrich their knowledge of film art and their abilities to critically analyze and evaluate films. By viewing and discussing a variety of films, students will understand film techniques, directorial styles, genres, structure, critical approaches, and cultural influences.


Prerequisites: Complete ENG 120 with a minimum grade of "c".


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Intro to Film Appreciation 3 WEB Robert Newell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ART-181-33007
Students will enrich their knowledge of film art and their abilities to critically analyze and evaluate films. By viewing and discussing a variety of films, students will understand film techniques, directorial styles, genres, structure, critical approaches, and cultural influences.


Prerequisites: Complete ENG 120 with a minimum grade of "c".


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Intro to Film Appreciation 3 WEB Robert Newell 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ART-240-1497
This course will examine the expression of the visual arts through gender, history and culture. The study of art and gender is covered to better understand and define the intent and creation of art forms from ancient to contemporary culture.


Prerequisites: ENG 120


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Art and Gender 3 WEB Jodi Birdwell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ART-250-12527
A survey of the visual arts from Ancient to contemporary times, an understanding the major cultural and historical relationships to the art forms.

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Understanding Art 3 DAY Natalie Boyer 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 107 MTWR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
ART-250-33360
A survey of the visual arts from Ancient to contemporary times, an understanding the major cultural and historical relationships to the art forms.

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Understanding Art 3 WEB Jodi Birdwell 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ART-250-37
A survey of the visual arts from Ancient to contemporary times, an understanding the major cultural and historical relationships to the art forms.

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Understanding Art 3 WEB Jodi Birdwell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ART-250-41
A survey of the visual arts from Ancient to contemporary times, an understanding the major cultural and historical relationships to the art forms.

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Understanding Art 3 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 201 MW 05:30PM
08:15PM
 
Automotive Technology
AUT-050-25946
This course is a study of engine design, diagnosis, removal, cylinder head and valve train repair. Short block repair, lubricating systems, cooling systems will be discussed and hands on reassembly of the engine is included.

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Engine Repair 5 DAY Kevin Miller 06-09-14
07-31-14
VT 107 MTWR 08:00AM
11:50AM
 
AUT-054-335
A study of heating and air conditioning fundamentals as used on current automobiles, trucks and farm equipment. Practical experience will be provided in diagnosis, repair and service of various types of components.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 AUT 051 or consent of instructor


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Heating and Air Conditioning I 3 EVE Brian Madlem 06-09-14
07-02-14
VT 114 MTWR 06:00PM
10:10PM
 
AUT-054-33627
A study of heating and air conditioning fundamentals as used on current automobiles, trucks and farm equipment. Practical experience will be provided in diagnosis, repair and service of various types of components.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 AUT 051 or consent of instructor


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Heating and Air Conditioning I 3 DAY Brian Madlem 05-20-14
06-05-14
VT 114 TWR 08:00AM
12:00PM
 
AUT-054-33627
A study of heating and air conditioning fundamentals as used on current automobiles, trucks and farm equipment. Practical experience will be provided in diagnosis, repair and service of various types of components.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 AUT 051 or consent of instructor


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Heating and Air Conditioning I 3 DAY Brian Madlem 05-20-14
06-05-14
VT 114 TWR 12:30PM
03:00PM
 
AUT-075-337
Designed to promote on the job experience in automotive technology and applying skills & knowledge learned in the program. The employers & supervising instructors work closely with the student in an off campus job site during the summer session.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 AUT 050 AUT 051 AUT 052 AUT 053


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Supervised Occupational Exp 3 DAY Kevin Miller 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
AUT-075-338
Designed to promote on the job experience in automotive technology and applying skills & knowledge learned in the program. The employers & supervising instructors work closely with the student in an off campus job site during the summer session.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 AUT 050 AUT 051 AUT 052 AUT 053


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Supervised Occupational Exp 4 DAY Kevin Miller 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
AUT-075-339
Designed to promote on the job experience in automotive technology and applying skills & knowledge learned in the program. The employers & supervising instructors work closely with the student in an off campus job site during the summer session.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 AUT 050 AUT 051 AUT 052 AUT 053


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Supervised Occupational Exp 5 DAY Kevin Miller 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
AUT-075-34641
Designed to promote on the job experience in automotive technology and applying skills & knowledge learned in the program. The employers & supervising instructors work closely with the student in an off campus job site during the summer session.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 AUT 050 AUT 051 AUT 052 AUT 053


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Supervised Occupational Exp 3 DAY Kevin Miller 05-20-14
06-05-14
TBA TBA TBA
 
Building Construction Technology
BCT-078-31106
Enables the student to gain on the job experience in the construction industry. Enables the student to interpret architectural and engineering working drawings and specifications for residential and commercial construction. Incorporates site visits when possible.

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Architectural S.O.E. 3 DAY Neal Haarman 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
BCT-078-340
Enables the student to gain on the job experience in the construction industry. Enables the student to interpret architectural and engineering working drawings and specifications for residential and commercial construction. Incorporates site visits when possible.

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Architectural S.O.E. 4 DAY Neal Haarman 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
Bio-Science
BIO-050-1994
This course provides the fundamentals of anatomical structures and functions of the human body.

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Basic Anatomy & Physiology 4 WEB Marc Dal Ponte 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BIO-050-23300
This course provides the fundamentals of anatomical structures and functions of the human body.

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Basic Anatomy & Physiology 4 DAY Holly Dust 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 104 TR 01:15PM
02:55PM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-050-23300
This course provides the fundamentals of anatomical structures and functions of the human body.

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Basic Anatomy & Physiology 4 DAY Holly Dust 06-09-14
07-31-14
Hybrid NET MTWR TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-100-135
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Jeffrey White 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 106 MTWR 09:00AM
11:15AM
 
BIO-100-143
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Bio Science I 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 106 MTW 03:00PM
06:00PM
 
BIO-100-30882
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Bio Science I 4 WEB Brenda Hunzinger 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
Comments: Labs meet on campus on the following four Saturdays: Jun 14 & 28 Jul 12 & 26.
BIO-100-30882
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Bio Science I 4 WEB Brenda Hunzinger 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 106 S 07:30AM
01:45PM
Comments: Labs meet on campus on the following four Saturdays: Jun 14 & 28 Jul 12 & 26.
BIO-100-44
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Bio Science I 4 DAY Nancy Grant 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 108 MTWR 11:30AM
01:45PM
 
BIO-100-50
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Bio Science I 4 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 106 MTW 06:15PM
09:15PM
 
BIO-100-57
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Bio Science I 4 DAY Holly Dust 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 223 MTR 09:00AM
11:55AM
 
BIO-130-151
An introductory course dealing with the principles that govern natural environments including man's relationship to them. Part of the course will be conducted in the field observing and measuring various aspects of ecology.

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Environmental Science 4 WEB Jeffrey White 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
Comments: Lab meets every Wednesday night on campus
BIO-130-151
An introductory course dealing with the principles that govern natural environments including man's relationship to them. Part of the course will be conducted in the field observing and measuring various aspects of ecology.

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Environmental Science 4 WEB Jeffrey White 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 105 W 06:00PM
07:40PM
Comments: Lab meets every Wednesday night on campus
BIO-150-34199
This course explores the field of biotechnology in a comprehensive overview. Material covered includes the following: history of biotechnology; basic techniques used in biotechnology; current and future impacts of biotechnology; and ethical issues within biotechnology.

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Biotechnology in Society 3 WEB Brenda Hunzinger 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BIO-160-171
An introduction to the principles of genetics with emphasis on human heredity. Included are Mendelian genetics, hereditary disorders, gene expression, genetic engineering and agricultural genetics.

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Introduction to Genetics 3 WEB Brenda Hunzinger 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BIO-225-16185
This course employs the regional approach to human structure and function using human cadavers. First of a two course sequence for allied health majors.


Prerequisites: BIO 100 or consent of instructor


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Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Ikemefuna Nwosu 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 102 MTWR 12:00PM
02:40PM
 
BIO-225-173
This course employs the regional approach to human structure and function using human cadavers. First of a two course sequence for allied health majors.


Prerequisites: BIO 100 or consent of instructor


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Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Marc Dal Ponte 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 102 MTWR 07:30AM
10:10AM
 
BIO-226-180
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


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Human Ana/Phys II 4 DAY Marc Dal Ponte 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 104 MTWR 10:30AM
01:10PM
 
BIO-226-183
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


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Human Ana/Phys II 4 DAY David Turnbull 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus three days a week
BIO-226-183
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


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Human Ana/Phys II 4 DAY David Turnbull 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 104 MTW 07:30AM
09:40AM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus three days a week
BIO-235-34294
This course covers a survey of microorganisms with detailed study of the biology, metabolism, growth, death, genetics, and methods of differentiation of bacteria. Also classification, control of organisms by physical and chemical methods, immunology and diseases are covered.


Prerequisites: BIO 100 or consent of instructor


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Microbiology 4 EVE Lucinda Horton 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 118 MTW 06:05PM
09:35PM
 
BIO-235-34295
This course covers a survey of microorganisms with detailed study of the biology, metabolism, growth, death, genetics, and methods of differentiation of bacteria. Also classification, control of organisms by physical and chemical methods, immunology and diseases are covered.


Prerequisites: BIO 100 or consent of instructor


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Microbiology 4 DAY Ikemefuna Nwosu 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 118 MTWR 09:00AM
11:40PM
 
Business
BUS-081-240
Designed to provide employment experience in a position using specialized skills. Field experience: minimum of 312.5 hours required of Administrative Assistant (Executive and Legal) and Office Management majors.


Prerequisites: BUS 079


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Office Technology Internship 5 DAY Lisa Jobe 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
BUS-082-30450
Designed to provide employment experience in a position that will utilize the specialized skills of the student. Placements will include positions in doctors' offices, hospitals, medical clinics, etc. To be taken concurrently with BUS 080.


Prerequisites: BUS 079, BUS 114, BIO 050 and minimum typing speed of 55 words per minute


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Medical Transcript Internship 3 DAY Kathleen Daugherty 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
BUS-083-27678
Designed to provide employment experience in a position that will utilize the specialized skills of the student. Placements will include positions in medical offices, hospitals, and clinics. Field experience: minimum of 312.5 hours.


Prerequisites: BUS 079; to be taken concurrently with BUS 080


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Ofc Tech Internship-Medical 5 WEB Kathleen Daugherty 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-085-248
Develops a foundation and a working knowledge of the basic accounting procedures. Students will work through the accounting cycle.

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Accounting Process 1 WEB Tynia Kessler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-090-258
Designed for those owning or planning to become owners of a retail business, those involved or planning to become involved in the management function of a retail business, and/or those desiring a general knowledge of retailing as an institution.

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Prin of Retailing 3 WEB John Carpenter 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-091-259
Provides an overview of integrated marketing communications, promotional strategy, research, creativity, the role of an advertising agency and other support organizations, media selection and assessment, ethical and regulatory considerations, and budgetary allocations.

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Prin of Advertising 3 WEB John Carpenter 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-092-260
Covers the various aspects of the personal selling process including organizational buying motives, consumer behavior, approaching the customer, making the presentation, handling objections, techniques for closing the sale, and managing the salesforce.

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Principles of Selling 3 DAY John Carpenter 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 107 MW 09:00AM
11:45AM
 
BUS-094-32970
Covers basic applications of mathematics in the business world percentages, elementary algebra, interest, installment buying, statistics, insurance, etc. It is designed to reinforce and expand business concepts held by the student through the use of mathematics.

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Business Math 3 WEB Cynthia Phipps 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-095-12511
An introduction to basic accounting principles and techniques designed to give the student a general knowledge of accounting practices and terminology.

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Fundamentals of Accounting 3 WEB Tynia Kessler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-113-262
Development of keyboarding skill on letters, numbers, and symbols keys. Students learn to format and print business letters, memos, reports, and tables using word processing features.

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Keyboarding 3 WEB Kathy Black 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-115-266
Development of skill in processing information using word processing software and applying critical thinking from a variety of office simulations. Advanced formatting skills are further developed through application to specialized office situations.


Prerequisites: BUS 114


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Processing Info 3 DAY Kathleen Daugherty 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 102 TR 07:30AM
10:15AM
 
BUS-120-29976
This course covers career development from targeting and researching a business career to preparing employment communications and interviewing. The course also covers business writing techniques, e-mail and memorandum communication, teamwork, professional development, and business etiquette. p>
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Business Career Development 3 WEB Lisa Jobe 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-141-267
Provides students a practical strategy for creating successful communication products used in business.


Prerequisites: BUS 113 or the equivalent


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Business Communications 3 WEB Lisa Jobe 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-142-269
Covers the objectives, organization, and role of business in the free-enterprise system. The course is designed to provide an overview of the field of business and to provide a framework into which specialized fields may be studied.

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Introduction to Business 3 DAY Carla Huddlestun 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 105 MTWR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
BUS-142-271
Covers the objectives, organization, and role of business in the free-enterprise system. The course is designed to provide an overview of the field of business and to provide a framework into which specialized fields may be studied.

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Introduction to Business 3 WEB Marcy Satterwhite 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-151-277
A study of the financial statements, the accounting process and the principles and procedures underlying items on the financial statements.


Prerequisites: HS acct, BUS 085, BUS 095 or consent of instructor


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Financial Accounting 3 WEB Cynthia Phipps 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-152-280
Designed to use accounting information to help management make decisions concerning product costing, planning and controlling operations in an ever-changing business environment.


Prerequisites: BUS 151


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Managerial Accounting 3 WEB Cynthia Phipps 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-152-9966
Designed to use accounting information to help management make decisions concerning product costing, planning and controlling operations in an ever-changing business environment.


Prerequisites: BUS 151


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Managerial Accounting 3 DAY Carla Huddlestun 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 105 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
BUS-200-283
An introduction to legal systems and law, especially the U.S. legal system. Business-legal relationships in the areas of criminal law, torts, product liability, and contracts are examined. Antitrust, consumer, labor, and environmental law are studied; also the international marketplace.

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Legal Environ/Business 3 WEB Cheryl Staley 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
BUS-281-289
Designed to provide a useful and working knowledge of data analytical skills involving interpretation and communication of descriptive measures, probability theory, correlation, interval estimation, hypothesis testing, simple linear regression, chi-square tests and Anova. Includes review of applicable computer software.


Prerequisites: MAT 130


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Business Statistics 3 WEB Cheryl Staley 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Computer Aided Drafting
CAD-056-341
Basic Theory of CAD. Student will learn to use a Computer Aided Drafting system to create simple to moderately complex technical drawings. (Repeatable 1 Time)

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CAD I 2 DAY Leo Kitten 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 112 TR 07:00AM
09:00AM
 
CAD-057-29986
This course is a continuation of CAD I (CAD056). Such subjects as Symbol Libraries, Block Attributes, 3 D Design, Solid Modeling and Slide Shows are studied.


Prerequisites: CAD 056


Course Outline


CAD II 3 EVE Leo Kitten 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 112 MW 09:00AM
12:20PM
 
CAD-062-29985
This course is a study of three-dimensional solid modeling using the Solidworks system. The student will learn to create, view, render and plot 3D models and assemblies. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Introduction to Solidworks 2 DAY Leo Kitten 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 112 MW 07:00AM
08:50AM
 
CAD-075-342
Designed to promote on the job experience in CAD technology while applying skills and knowledge learned in the program. The employers and supervising instructors work closely with the student in an off campus job site. (Repeatable 2 Times)

Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp 3 DAY Leo Kitten 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
Civil Engineering Technology
CET-060-344
Fundamentals of basic surveying operations such as chaining, leveling and use of the transit and the basic calculations associated with these operations.

Course Outline


Surveying I 3 DAY Timothy Van Dyke 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 138 TWR 08:00AM
10:40AM
 
CET-062-18260
Designed to apply the skills learned in Surveying I to practical problems such as closed traverse, area calculations, land surveying, topographic mapping, stadia surveys, and difficult level circuits.


Prerequisites: CET 060 TEC 052


Course Outline


Surveying II 3 EVE Galen Altman 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 137 MW 04:30PM
09:00PM
 
CET-065-26926
This class is designed to familiarize students with the theory of the global positioning system and data collection methods associated with geographic information systems.


Prerequisites: ESC 106 CET 060


Course Outline


Data Collection GIS Mapping 2 DAY Galen Altman 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 138 TR 05:00PM
07:50PM
 
CET-075-345
Enables the student to gain on the job experience in Civil Engineering Technology during the summer session.

Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp 5 DAY Galen Altman 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
CET-076-346
Enables the student to gain on the job experience in Civil Engineering Technology.

Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp 5 DAY Galen Altman 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
CET-079-347
Designed to provide the student with work experience in the field while maintaining contact with an instructor for review and assistance.


Prerequisites: CET 078


Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp 3 DAY Galen Altman 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
Chemistry
CHM-111-193
An introduction to the concepts of chemistry where information is presented to students with little background or no prior interest in chemistry and those students who are not interested in abstract or mathematical theories.

Course Outline


Concepts of Chemistry 4 DAY Iffat Ali 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 102 MTW 08:00AM
11:00AM
 
CHM-111-34365
An introduction to the concepts of chemistry where information is presented to students with little background or no prior interest in chemistry and those students who are not interested in abstract or mathematical theories.

Course Outline


Concepts of Chemistry 4 DAY Iffat Ali 06-23-14
07-31-14
NW 102 MTWR 12:00PM
03:00PM
Comments: This is a late-start section that begins on June 23
CHM-120-6895
Fundamentals of inorganic chemistry including history, atomic theory, bonding, stoichiometry, gases, solids, solutions, chemical equilibria, acids, bases, salts, pH, and electrochemistry.

Course Outline


Gen Organic & Biochemistry I 4 DAY Amelia Thomas 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 104 MTWR 12:30PM
02:45PM
 
CHM-150-199
General principles of chemistry for students majoring in chemistry, engineering or science professions.


Prerequisites: 1 yr HS chemistry, CHM 111 or consent of Division Chair


Course Outline


General Chemistry I 4 DAY Gregory Capitosti 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 108 MTWR 07:30AM
10:10AM
 
CHM-151-202
Continues the study of general chemical principles.


Prerequisites: CHM 150


Course Outline


General Chemistry II 4 DAY Gregory Capitosti 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 108 MTWR 10:30AM
01:10PM
 
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
CIM-060-21990
Introduction to computer numerical controlled (CNC) machine tool operation, programming and processes. Manual and computer assisted part programming with machine tool verification.


Prerequisites: CAD 056

Course Outline


CNC Machining 3 DAY Leo Kitten 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 106 TR 09:45AM
01:05PM
 
Computer Information Systems
CIS-060-29977
An overview of project management as it applies to information technology projects. Project management software will be introduced. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Project Management 2 WEB Angela Davison 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CIS-069-12542
Advanced features of modeling and animation software will be covered including building and character creation, texturing and animation. Emphasis will be placed on the importing of models from the environment and exporting of completed models to other applications. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 063


Course Outline


Adv Animation and Modeling 3 DAY Scott Rhine 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 116 MTWR 10:00AM
11:40AM
 
CIS-071-22281
An overview of computer hardware, software, networks, Internet, web applications, systems, security and troubleshooting. To be used as an introduction to the Network Administration program or to supplement another computer-related degree. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Introduction to Networking 2 WEB Angela Davison 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-093-305
An introduction to Microsoft Access, a database management application designed to operate in the Windows environment. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 040 or equivalent experience


Course Outline


Access 2 WEB Jonathan Lebold 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CIS-094-307
The basics of the Excel software package will be covered. This includes spreadsheet basics, formulas, functions, charting, data management, and collaborative tools. (Repeatable 3 Times)



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Excel 2 WEB Jonathan Lebold 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CIS-099-311
This introductory course focuses on creating and maintaining web pages using XHTML and CSS code. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Type 30 words per minute


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Web Page Design 3 WEB Angela Davison 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CIS-101-18289
An introduction to networking basics through the Internet. Students will learn about Internet services, etiquette, searches, E-mail, and other internet skills.(Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Internet Systems/Applications 2 WEB Marcy Satterwhite 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CIS-160-317
Provides an opportunity for the student to work with various types of software on the PC. These learning activities include MS Windows, Word Processing, Spreadsheet Design,Database Management, Internet access, and presentation program. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Students must take CIS 040 or have previous HS experience


Course Outline


Practical Software Application 3 DAY Jonathan Lebold 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 221 TR 01:00PM
03:45PM
 
CIS-160-318
Provides an opportunity for the student to work with various types of software on the PC. These learning activities include MS Windows, Word Processing, Spreadsheet Design,Database Management, Internet access, and presentation program. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Students must take CIS 040 or have previous HS experience


Course Outline


Practical Software Application 3 DAY Kathleen Daugherty 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 102 TR 10:30AM
01:15PM
 
CIS-160-319
Provides an opportunity for the student to work with various types of software on the PC. These learning activities include MS Windows, Word Processing, Spreadsheet Design,Database Management, Internet access, and presentation program. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Students must take CIS 040 or have previous HS experience


Course Outline


Practical Software Application 3 WEB Angela Davison 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CIS-160-320
Provides an opportunity for the student to work with various types of software on the PC. These learning activities include MS Windows, Word Processing, Spreadsheet Design,Database Management, Internet access, and presentation program. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Students must take CIS 040 or have previous HS experience


Course Outline


Practical Software Application 3 WEB Marcy Satterwhite 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice
CJS-056-33779
This course provides required training to individuals who want to pursue a concealed carry permit under Illinois Public Act 98-0063. This is the complete 16 hour course which includes classroom and practical experience on a firing range. Prerequisites: Be at least 21 years of age; have a valid FOID card (if Illinois resident) or be eligible for a FOID card if a non-resident; not have any disqualifiers as described under the Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act (see supplemental page).

Course Outline


IL Concealed Carry Handgun 1 WKD Staff 05-17-14
05-17-14
Mattoon PDSR S 08:00AM
05:00PM
 
CJS-056-33779
This course provides required training to individuals who want to pursue a concealed carry permit under Illinois Public Act 98-0063. This is the complete 16 hour course which includes classroom and practical experience on a firing range. Prerequisites: Be at least 21 years of age; have a valid FOID card (if Illinois resident) or be eligible for a FOID card if a non-resident; not have any disqualifiers as described under the Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act (see supplemental page).

Course Outline


IL Concealed Carry Handgun 1 WKD Staff 05-18-14
05-18-14
Mattoon PDSR N 08:00AM
05:00PM
 
CJS-150-112
Focuses on an overview of the justice system with emphasis on the total system of police, courts, and corrections.

Course Outline


Intro/Criminal Just 3 WEB Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CJS-152-113
Focuses on the fundamentals of investigation, crime scene applications, and investigative techniques and procedures. Upon completion of this course, the student will understand the theory and practicality of investigation from crime scene to courtroom.

Course Outline


Criminal Investigation I 3 WEB Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CJS-156-18813
A study of the concept of social order, examining criminal law. Crime is defined and examined as is criminal responsibility, mental state, physical act and other fundamental legal doctrines.

Course Outline


Criminal Law 3 WEB Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CJS-158-117
Designed to familiarize the student with development and trends in the juvenile justice system. It includes delinquency prevention, causation of juvenile crime, and treatment and control of the juvenile delinquent.

Course Outline


Juvenile Justice 3 WEB Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CJS-160-114
Focuses on the application of Constitutional law. Procedural responsibilities of the police as they apply to the constitutional rights of the individual will be emphasized.


Prerequisites: CJS 156


Course Outline


Criminal Evidence & Procedure 3 WEB Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
CJS-166-115
Enables the student to develop an understanding of the current problems in correctional institutions. Sentencing trends, alternatives to incarceration, inmate life of population, and their effect on the system will be examined.

Course Outline


Corrections 3 WEB Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Cosmetology
COS-054-324
This course consists of advanced hair coloring, decolorizing, hair styling, competition, superfluous hair, artificial nails, pH chemistry, and chemical relaxing.


Prerequisites: COS 050, COS 052


Course Outline


Cosmetology III 6 DAY Amy Duckett 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 128 MTWR 09:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-058-325
This course is a study of basic anatomy and the related areas; also retailing, job marketing skills and student-salon internship.


Prerequisites: COS 050, COS 052, COS 054, COS 056


Course Outline


Cosmetology V 7 DAY Peggy Strange 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 129 MTWR 09:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-059-12538
Designed for Lake Land College Cosmetology students who have not completed the state required 1500 hours during the regular modules.


Prerequisites: COS 050, COS 052, COS 054, COS 056, COS 058


Course Outline


Cosmetology Clinic 1 DAY Peggy Strange 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 132 TWR 10:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-059-12539
Designed for Lake Land College Cosmetology students who have not completed the state required 1500 hours during the regular modules.


Prerequisites: COS 050, COS 052, COS 054, COS 056, COS 058


Course Outline


Cosmetology Clinic 2 DAY Peggy Strange 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 132 TWR 10:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-059-12540
Designed for Lake Land College Cosmetology students who have not completed the state required 1500 hours during the regular modules.


Prerequisites: COS 050, COS 052, COS 054, COS 056, COS 058


Course Outline


Cosmetology Clinic 3 DAY Peggy Strange 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 132 TWR 10:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-060-326
Covers areas of opportunity and the outlook for small business managers, success and failure patterns, capital needs and sources, organizing, directing, controlling, finance, locations, facilities, marketing, and inventory control.

Course Outline


Salon Management 3 DAY Jerad Zimmerle 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 135 MTWR 07:30AM
08:45AM
 
COS-077-328
This course provides supervised student teaching; preparation and presentations of lesson plans, evaluation of subject matter, business procedures related to the operation of a cosmetology school.


Prerequisites: COS 076


Course Outline


Cosmetology Teacher II 6 DAY Peggy Strange 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 021 MTWR 09:00AM
04:30PM
 
Dental Hygiene
DHY-060-27
An 8-week module in Dental Assisting to prepare the student in those areas pertinent for employment in the dental office. Does not qualify for Federal Title VI financial air or Illinois Monetary Award (MAP).

Course Outline


Dental Assisting 8 DAY Melissa Probst 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 112 M 08:00AM
11:50AM
 
DHY-060-27
An 8-week module in Dental Assisting to prepare the student in those areas pertinent for employment in the dental office. Does not qualify for Federal Title VI financial air or Illinois Monetary Award (MAP).

Course Outline


Dental Assisting 8 DAY Melissa Probst 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 112 T 07:30AM
11:50AM
 
DHY-060-27
An 8-week module in Dental Assisting to prepare the student in those areas pertinent for employment in the dental office. Does not qualify for Federal Title VI financial air or Illinois Monetary Award (MAP).

Course Outline


Dental Assisting 8 DAY Melissa Probst 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 112 R 07:30AM
05:00PM
 
DHY-081-28
Focuses on the clinical aspects of the different forms of periodontal disease, and philosophy of treatment, the role of the dental hygienist in patient education for the prevention of periodontal problems, and the chairside management of these pathological conditions.

Course Outline


Periodontology 3 DAY Margaret Merry-Niebrugge 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 114 MT 08:30AM
11:10AM
 
DHY-082-29
This one hour credit course further introduces the dental hygiene student to clinical responsibilities required in providing patient treatment.

Course Outline


Dental Hygiene Seminar 1 DAY Kristen Holsapple 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 114 W 09:00AM
10:50AM
 
DHY-083-30
Requires the student to perform under supervision, a specific number of oral prophylaxis on child and adult patients. Some advanced skills will be introduced and experience is gained in sterilization and reception responsibilities.


Prerequisites: DHY 072


Course Outline


Clinic I 3 DAY Deborah Thomason 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 116 R 08:00AM
04:00PM
 
DHY-083-30
Requires the student to perform under supervision, a specific number of oral prophylaxis on child and adult patients. Some advanced skills will be introduced and experience is gained in sterilization and reception responsibilities.


Prerequisites: DHY 072


Course Outline


Clinic I 3 DAY Deborah Thomason 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 116 MW 12:00PM
08:00PM
 
DHY-083-30
Requires the student to perform under supervision, a specific number of oral prophylaxis on child and adult patients. Some advanced skills will be introduced and experience is gained in sterilization and reception responsibilities.


Prerequisites: DHY 072


Course Outline


Clinic I 3 DAY Deborah Thomason 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 116 T 12:00PM
04:00PM
 
Early Childhood Education
ECE-102-12543
This course focuses on the health, safety, and nutritional needs of children in group settings as well as the personal health of the individual. Emphasis is placed on preventive health through education and the development of healthy habits.

Course Outline


Health/Safety/Nutri/Yng Child 3 WEB Charles Jarrell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ECE-110-120
This course focuses on the use of positive redirective techniques in shaping behavior so children can learn self discipline and self control. Observation of discipline problems and analyzation of procedures are required of the student.

Course Outline


Child Behavior Management 3 WEB Teresa Lang 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Economics
ECO-231-123
Focuses on the nature and method of economics, basic supply and demand analysis, national income accounting, business cycles, inflation and unemployment, fiscal policy, money and banking, and monetary policy.

Course Outline


Principles of Econ I (Macro) 3 WEB Katie Lotz 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ECO-231-18950
Focuses on the nature and method of economics, basic supply and demand analysis, national income accounting, business cycles, inflation and unemployment, fiscal policy, money and banking, and monetary policy.

Course Outline


Principles of Econ I (Macro) 3 DAY Brian Lynch 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 107 MTWR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
ECO-231-34051
Focuses on the nature and method of economics, basic supply and demand analysis, national income accounting, business cycles, inflation and unemployment, fiscal policy, money and banking, and monetary policy.

Course Outline


Principles of Econ I (Macro) 3 WEB Brian Lynch 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ECO-232-126
Focuses on free enterprise and the economic functions of government, advanced supply and demand analysis, pricing in competitive/non-competitive markets, and pricing in resource markets.


Prerequisites: ECO 231


Course Outline


Prin Economics II (Micro) 3 WEB Katie Lotz 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ECO-232-29952
Focuses on free enterprise and the economic functions of government, advanced supply and demand analysis, pricing in competitive/non-competitive markets, and pricing in resource markets.


Prerequisites: ECO 231


Course Outline


Prin Economics II (Micro) 3 DAY Brian Lynch 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 116 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
Education
EDU-103-552
This course features practical ways to use various types of technology for the K-12 classroom teacher. This is a basic course in microcomputers, their operation, and utilization in K-12 classrooms.


Prerequisites: CIS 040 or HS computer application class


Course Outline


Teaching/Learning W/Technology 3 WEB Marcy Satterwhite 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
EDU-190-12544
This course is designed to introduce the student to the study of exceptional children, including a survey of the child's developmental traits and examination of appropriate intervention techniques. A 30 hour practical lab is required in this course.

Course Outline


Introduction/Special Education 3 WEB Kimberly Davis 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
EDU-190-127
This course is designed to introduce the student to the study of exceptional children, including a survey of the child's developmental traits and examination of appropriate intervention techniques. A 30 hour practical lab is required in this course.

Course Outline


Introduction/Special Education 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 103 MW 12:00PM
02:45PM
 
EDU-200-1569
The application of psychology principles to education. Special emphasis on understanding growth and development, the learning process, motivation, intelligence, evaluation, measurement, creativity and the impact of culture on learning styles.

Course Outline


Educational Psychology 3 WEB Kimberly Davis 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
EDU-210-12545
This course is a study of how schooling is shaped by and ought to respond to the social contexts in which it occurs, particularly in multicultural and global contexts.

Course Outline


Diversity/Schools & Societies 3 WEB Charles Jarrell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Electronic Engineering Tech
EET-052-12606
Study of basic solid state devices and associated circuits. Devices included will be general purpose diodes, zener diodes, bipolar junction transistors, field effect transistors. Integrated circuits will be introduced. Circuit applications will include rectifiers, transistors, switching circuits, and linear amplifiers.


Prerequisites: EET 050, TEC 052


Course Outline


Solid State Devices 4 DAY Michael Beavers 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 104 MTWR 08:00AM
10:15AM
 
EET-053-19727
Preparation for the Computing Technology Industry Association A+ Operating Systems. This course is designed to cover the Operating System Component of the A+ Exam. Some of the topics discussed are Operating Systems, System Administration Tools, Network Management, and System Maintenance. (Repeatable 2 Times)

Course Outline


A+ Technician Preparation 2 WEB Gary Lindley 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
EET-060-354
This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of computer hardware and give students hands on experience in assembling, upgrading and troubleshooting basic computer systems and hardware.

Course Outline


Computer Hardware 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 110 TR 12:00PM
03:30PM
 
EET-060-355
This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of computer hardware and give students hands on experience in assembling, upgrading and troubleshooting basic computer systems and hardware.

Course Outline


Computer Hardware 3 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 110 TR 05:00PM
08:30PM
 
EET-064-16007
Preparation for the Computing Technology Industry Association A+ test. This course is designed to cover both the Core and DOS/Windows modules. Some of the topics discussed are installation, upgrading, troubleshooting, hardware, networks, and DOS, Windows 3.X, and Windows 95.

Course Outline


A+ Computer Essentials 2 WEB Gary Lindley 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
EET-068-34363
This course is designed to provide a technical foundation for design, installation, and evaluation of residential and commercial photovoltaic systems. Concepts of system advantages and disadvantages, site evaluation, system design and sizing are assessed. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EET 040 EET 050


Course Outline


Photovoltaic Systems 3 DAY Gary Lindley 05-20-14
05-29-14
WEST BLDG 103 TWR 08:00AM
04:15PM
 
EET-070-30949
This course is designed to provide a technical foundation for system design, systems implementation, electrical codes, and hardware installation. Maintaining and troubleshooting systems are performed. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Course Outline


Photovoltaic Technician 2 DAY Gary Lindley 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
Comments: Class will meet face to face on 6/14 6/27 6/28 & 7/11
EET-070-30949
This course is designed to provide a technical foundation for system design, systems implementation, electrical codes, and hardware installation. Maintaining and troubleshooting systems are performed. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Course Outline


Photovoltaic Technician 2 DAY Gary Lindley 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 103 FS 08:00AM
04:15PM
Comments: Class will meet face to face on 6/14 6/27 6/28 & 7/11
EET-074-360
Designed to provide the student with work experience in field while maintaining contact with the occupational instructor for review and assistance. (Repeatable 1 Time)

Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp 3 DAY Michael Beavers 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
Emergency Medical Services
EMS-016-33482
Provide participants with a basic understanding for adult, child and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation; adult automated external defibrillation; and adult, child and infant foreign body airway obstruction removal maneuvers. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


BLS for Healthcare Providers 0.5 DAY David Budde 06-17-14
06-17-14
NW 110 T 01:00PM
05:00PM
 
EMS-016-33483
Provide participants with a basic understanding for adult, child and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation; adult automated external defibrillation; and adult, child and infant foreign body airway obstruction removal maneuvers. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


BLS for Healthcare Providers 0.5 DAY David Budde 07-15-14
07-15-14
NW 110 T 01:00PM
05:00PM
 
EMS-038-15065
The course will provide knowledge and skills required to prepare RNs to function as an entry level Prehospital Registered Nurse (PHRN). Emphasis is on the role of the PHRN, the recognition, assessment, and management of medical and traumatic emergencies.


Prerequisites: RIO license


Course Outline


Prehospital Registered Nurse 4 DAY Sheri Barnett 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SBL T 08:00AM
05:00PM
Comments: Meets for 5 Tuesdays only; $250 pymt due at first class ***DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FINANCIAL AID***
EMS-050-276
Provides the student with an understanding of his/her roles and responsibilities within the EMS system, including operations, patient assessment, and emergency medical care. Students successfully completing this course will be eligible to take the EMT-Basic licensing examination. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: At least 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED and a current Healthcare Provider, or equivalent, CPR card. Immunizations: Hep B., TB, DT/Tetanus, MMR (if you have immunizations, a copy of what you have is acceptable, physical exam, copy of current Driver's License or State I.D., Background check ($30 to EMS Office - cash or money order), May be subject to random drug check.


Course Outline


Emergency Medical Tech-Basic 6 DAY Ryan Berkheimer 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 110 MTWR 08:30AM
12:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility *Contact EMS Office regarding required Criminal Background Check details
EMS-057-34766
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate the principles of kinetics, pathophysiology, and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the trauma patient. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056


Course Outline


Paramedical Services II 9 DAY Jason Wright 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 08:00AM
06:00PM
Comments: This class also has web instruction; Req clinical times are student's responsibility Lab sessions will take place on 6/19 7/10 7/24
EMS-057-34766
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate the principles of kinetics, pathophysiology, and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the trauma patient. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056


Course Outline


Paramedical Services II 9 DAY Jason Wright 06-19-14
06-19-14
Clinical Sites SBL T 08:00AM
05:00PM
Comments: This class also has web instruction; Req clinical times are student's responsibility Lab sessions will take place on 6/19 7/10 7/24
EMS-057-34766
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate the principles of kinetics, pathophysiology, and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the trauma patient. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056


Course Outline


Paramedical Services II 9 DAY Jason Wright 07-10-14
07-10-14
Clinical Sites SBL T 08:00AM
05:00PM
Comments: This class also has web instruction; Req clinical times are student's responsibility Lab sessions will take place on 6/19 7/10 7/24
EMS-057-34766
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate the principles of kinetics, pathophysiology, and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the trauma patient. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056


Course Outline


Paramedical Services II 9 DAY Jason Wright 07-24-14
07-24-14
Clinical Sites SBL T 08:00AM
05:00PM
Comments: This class also has web instruction; Req clinical times are student's responsibility Lab sessions will take place on 6/19 7/10 7/24
Emergency Medical Services
EMT-012-15073
Provide the students with information and/or practical skills pertaining to the functions required in the manner in which they perform their jobs in the Emergency Medical Services profession. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Special Topics in EMS 0.5 DAY Shirley Sherwood 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SBL MR 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: DYSRHYTHMIA - Meets Jul 15 & 18; $75 due first class ***DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FINANCIAL AID***
EMT-015-15074
Provides core-level knowledge and psychomotor skills associated with the delivery of professional nursing care to the emergent pediatric patient. Students successfully completing the course will receive provider recognition from the Emergency Nurses Association. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: RN licensure


Course Outline


ENPC Provider Course 1 DAY Shirley Sherwood 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SBL T 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Class meets 6/11 & 6/18 only; $250 pymt due at first class; ***DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FINANCIAL AID***
EMT-020-15076
Provides the student with the knowledge and skills needed to serve as faculty for AHA BLS and PBLS Provider courses. Those successfully completing the course will receive instructor recognition from the American Heart Association. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Current CPR certification


Course Outline


BLS Instructor Course 1.5 DAY Shirley Sherwood 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SBL T 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Meets Jul 23; $200 pymt due at first class ***DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FINANCIAL AID***
EMT-025-15077
Provides the physician, nurse, paramedic, or allied health professional with the knowledge and skills needed for the management of the emergent adult cardiovascular patient. Those successfully completing the course will receive provider recognition from the American Heart Association. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


ACLS Provider Course 1 DAY Shirley Sherwood 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SBL TW 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Meets Jul 16 & 17; call 258-2403 for cost and for all registration info ***DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FINANCIAL AID***
English
ENG-005-25550
This course enables students to upgrade writing skills through a concentration on grammar and sentence structure. Areas included are parts of speech, parts of sentence and punctuation. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Foundations in Composition 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 107 MTWR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
ENG-007-24275
Students will review the basics of spelling, grammar, and the components of the short essay. Students will, by the end of the term, produce thoroughly revised essays that are free of all major grammar and readability errors. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Course Outline


Composition Skills 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 219 MW 09:00AM
11:45AM
 
ENG-007-25549
Students will review the basics of spelling, grammar, and the components of the short essay. Students will, by the end of the term, produce thoroughly revised essays that are free of all major grammar and readability errors. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Composition Skills 3 DAY Judy Bennett 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 103 TR 12:30PM
03:15PM
 
ENG-007-27234
Students will review the basics of spelling, grammar, and the components of the short essay. Students will, by the end of the term, produce thoroughly revised essays that are free of all major grammar and readability errors. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Course Outline


Composition Skills 3 WEB Judy Bennett 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ENG-110-47
Instruction in methods of communication with the deaf through signing.

Course Outline


Manual Comm-Deaf 3 EVE June Kriesel 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 105 MW 04:00PM
06:45PM
 
ENG-110-48
Instruction in methods of communication with the deaf through signing.

Course Outline


Manual Comm-Deaf 3 DAY Sheryl Wei 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 105 TR 01:00PM
03:45PM
 
ENG-111-51
A continuation of Manual Communication for the Deaf. Advanced vocabulary and signing.


Course Outline


Advanced Signing 3 EVE June Kriesel 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 105 MW 07:00PM
09:45PM
 
ENG-120-18297
Students will study the writing process by reading essays that illustrate a variety of rhetorical strategies, analyzing writing tasks and texts, and writing, revising, and editing short essays.


Course Outline


Composition I 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 109 TR 01:00PM
03:45PM
 
ENG-120-34560
Students will study the writing process by reading essays that illustrate a variety of rhetorical strategies, analyzing writing tasks and texts, and writing, revising, and editing short essays.


Course Outline


Composition I 3 WEB Robert Newell 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ENG-120-63
Students will study the writing process by reading essays that illustrate a variety of rhetorical strategies, analyzing writing tasks and texts, and writing, revising, and editing short essays.


Course Outline


Composition I 3 WEB Kathy Ford 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ENG-120-65
Students will study the writing process by reading essays that illustrate a variety of rhetorical strategies, analyzing writing tasks and texts, and writing, revising, and editing short essays.


Course Outline


Composition I 3 DAY Matthew Landrus 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 103 TR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
ENG-120-65
Students will study the writing process by reading essays that illustrate a variety of rhetorical strategies, analyzing writing tasks and texts, and writing, revising, and editing short essays.


Course Outline


Composition I 3 DAY Matthew Landrus 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MW TBA
 
ENG-120-69
Students will study the writing process by reading essays that illustrate a variety of rhetorical strategies, analyzing writing tasks and texts, and writing, revising, and editing short essays.


Course Outline


Composition I 3 EVE Sharon Brown 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 225 TR 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
ENG-121-27321
Students will learn how to find, use, assess and document research sources, producing an extended writing project based primarily on library research.


Course Outline


Composition II 3 WEB Tara Blaser 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ENG-121-34759
Students will learn how to find, use, assess and document research sources, producing an extended writing project based primarily on library research.


Course Outline


Composition II 3 WEB Tara Watson 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
ENG-121-72
Students will learn how to find, use, assess and document research sources, producing an extended writing project based primarily on library research.


Course Outline


Composition II 3 DAY Matthew Landrus 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 103 TR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
ENG-121-72
Students will learn how to find, use, assess and document research sources, producing an extended writing project based primarily on library research.


Course Outline


Composition II 3 DAY Matthew Landrus 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MW TBA
 
ENG-121-73
Students will learn how to find, use, assess and document research sources, producing an extended writing project based primarily on library research.


Course Outline


Composition II 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 109 MW 01:00PM
03:45PM
 
ENG-121-79
Students will learn how to find, use, assess and document research sources, producing an extended writing project based primarily on library research.


Course Outline


Composition II 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 219 TR 01:00PM
03:45PM
 
Earth Science
ESC-102-12598
This course emphasizes the dynamics of the atmosphere with focuses on atmospheric evolution, seasonal controls of climate, human impacts, atmospheric humidity, air pressure, severe weather, and climate classification. Extensive use of Internet resources and software will be required.

Course Outline


Weather and Climate 4 DAY Mike Rudibaugh 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 106 MR 09:00AM
01:15PM
 
ESC-102-6896
This course emphasizes the dynamics of the atmosphere with focuses on atmospheric evolution, seasonal controls of climate, human impacts, atmospheric humidity, air pressure, severe weather, and climate classification. Extensive use of Internet resources and software will be required.

Course Outline


Weather and Climate 4 WEB Mike Rudibaugh 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Esthetics
EST-045-6844
Continuation of Esthetics IV. Concentrated toward advanced esthetics, salon/spa business, retailing products and career planning.


Prerequisites: EST 041, EST 042, EST 043, EST 044


Course Outline


Esthetics V 6 DAY Peggy Strange 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 131 MT 09:00AM
04:00PM
 
Foreign Language
FLG-140-82
Fundamentals of Spanish grammar, oral communication, reading and writing and introduction to cultures of various Spanish speaking countries.

Course Outline


Elem Spanish I 3 EVE Robert Evaul 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 116 MW 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
FLG-140-83
Fundamentals of Spanish grammar, oral communication, reading and writing and introduction to cultures of various Spanish speaking countries.

Course Outline


Elem Spanish I 3 DAY Amy Harrington 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 105 MW 09:30AM
12:15PM
 
FLG-141-84
Continued study of basic grammar, oral communication, reading and writing. Includes cultural aspects of various Spanish speaking countries.


Prerequisites: FLG 140


Course Outline


Elem Spanish II 3 DAY Amy Harrington 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 105 MW 12:30PM
03:15PM
 
Geography
GEO-140-15154
This course is about the world's great realms, surveyed and discussed in geographic perspective. It links human society and culture to the world's natural environment and climates.

Course Outline


World Geography 3 DAY Brooke Ferguson 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 101 MTWR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
GEO-140-26457
This course is about the world's great realms, surveyed and discussed in geographic perspective. It links human society and culture to the world's natural environment and climates.

Course Outline


World Geography 3 WEB Brooke Ferguson 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Geospatial Information Systems
GIS-095-22842
A directed field study program whereby students will apply classroom instruction to real-world Geographic Information Systems (GIS) projects in the community. Students should complete GIS-090 and GIS-091 and arrange for an advisor prior to enrolling in an internship.


Prerequisites: GIS 090; GIS 091

Course Outline


Geospatial Tech Internship 3 DAY Mike Rudibaugh 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA TBA
 
Health Education
HED-102-130
A basic course in nutritional education including: food groups, diet goals, energy nutrients, digestion, absorption and metabolism. Water, vitamins, and minerals will be studied. Diet analysis and disease of digestion will be covered.

Course Outline


Nutrition 3 DAY Cassandra Porter 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 113 TR 10:00AM
12:45PM
 
HED-178-132
The purpose of the American Red Cross Responding to Emergency course is to provide the citizen responder with the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life.

Course Outline


Responding to Emergencies 2 DAY David Johnson 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 107 MTWR 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
HED-178-134
The purpose of the American Red Cross Responding to Emergency course is to provide the citizen responder with the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life.

Course Outline


Responding to Emergencies 2 DAY David Johnson 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 107 MTWR 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
HED-178-34574
The purpose of the American Red Cross Responding to Emergency course is to provide the citizen responder with the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life.

Course Outline


Responding to Emergencies 2 DAY Cathy Bunton 05-20-14
06-05-14
FH 107 MTWR 09:00AM
12:00PM
 
HED-178-34606
The purpose of the American Red Cross Responding to Emergency course is to provide the citizen responder with the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life.

Course Outline


Responding to Emergencies 2 DAY Kay Foreman 05-20-14
06-05-14
Kluthe Center 104 MTWR 09:00AM
12:00PM
 
HED-178-34743
The purpose of the American Red Cross Responding to Emergency course is to provide the citizen responder with the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life.

Course Outline


Responding to Emergencies 2 WKD Denise Demers 07-11-14
07-19-14
Kluthe Center 105 F 05:30PM
09:30PM
Comments: Class meets Jul 11 12 18 19
HED-178-34743
The purpose of the American Red Cross Responding to Emergency course is to provide the citizen responder with the knowledge and skills necessary in an emergency to help sustain life.

Course Outline


Responding to Emergencies 2 WKD Denise Demers 07-11-14
07-19-14
Kluthe Center 105 S 08:00AM
06:00PM
Comments: Class meets Jul 11 12 18 19
HED-200-139
This course is designed to explore the most important health issues current and past. Helping students to make responsible decisions that will affect them throughout their life. Focus will be on interrelating behavior with one's own health decisions.

Course Outline


Principles of Health 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 107 MTWR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
HED-200-19061
This course is designed to explore the most important health issues current and past. Helping students to make responsible decisions that will affect them throughout their life. Focus will be on interrelating behavior with one's own health decisions.

Course Outline


Principles of Health 3 WEB Cathy Bunton 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HED-290-18821
The course details with the epidemiology of the major communicable diseases and the causative factors of the degenerative diseases. Historical aspects of diseases are studied. The system of human immunity is the second unit covered.


Prerequisites: BIO 100


Course Outline


Disease Processes 2 WEB Erin Swingler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
History
HIS-153-142
The course will introduce the student to history and culture in the third world from ancient civilizations to the modern era. This course will focus upon broad themes in history and culture and will examine those themes in each major historical era.

Course Outline


History/Culture of Third World 3 WEB Matthew Greider 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HIS-153-34379
The course will introduce the student to history and culture in the third world from ancient civilizations to the modern era. This course will focus upon broad themes in history and culture and will examine those themes in each major historical era.

Course Outline


History/Culture of Third World 3 NTS Matthew Greider 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HIS-153-9913
The course will introduce the student to history and culture in the third world from ancient civilizations to the modern era. This course will focus upon broad themes in history and culture and will examine those themes in each major historical era.

Course Outline


History/Culture of Third World 3 DAY Ryan Ervin 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 116 MTWR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
HIS-155-147
A survey of early American history viewed with an emphasis on the political, social, economic, and ideological foundations of the Republic. Major topics include colonialism, revolution, federalism, nationalism, sectionalism, expansion, slavery, religion, Civil War.

Course Outline


History of the U.S. I 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 116 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
HIS-155-154
A survey of early American history viewed with an emphasis on the political, social, economic, and ideological foundations of the Republic. Major topics include colonialism, revolution, federalism, nationalism, sectionalism, expansion, slavery, religion, Civil War.

Course Outline


History of the U.S. I 3 WEB Matthew Greider 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HIS-155-18899
A survey of early American history viewed with an emphasis on the political, social, economic, and ideological foundations of the Republic. Major topics include colonialism, revolution, federalism, nationalism, sectionalism, expansion, slavery, religion, Civil War.

Course Outline


History of the U.S. I 3 DAY Robyn Carswell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Pana Ext Center 105 TR 03:30PM
06:15PM
 
HIS-156-148
Views U.S. History since the end of Reconstruction with emphasis on how the domestic and international conflicts helped shape our modern society.

Course Outline


History of the U.S. II 3 WEB David Seiler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HIS-156-16047
Views U.S. History since the end of Reconstruction with emphasis on how the domestic and international conflicts helped shape our modern society.

Course Outline


History of the U.S. II 3 EVE Justin Thomas 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 115 MW 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
HIS-250-149
A survey of the political, economic, cultural and social development of Western Civilization to 1660. Topics include prehistory, ancient near east, Greco-Roman world, Germanic migrations, middle ages, Renaissance and Reformation, and the beginnings of the Modern World.

Course Outline


Western Civil to 1660 3 WEB David Seiler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HIS-250-150
A survey of the political, economic, cultural and social development of Western Civilization to 1660. Topics include prehistory, ancient near east, Greco-Roman world, Germanic migrations, middle ages, Renaissance and Reformation, and the beginnings of the Modern World.

Course Outline


Western Civil to 1660 3 EVE Ryan Ervin 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 220 MW 05:00PM
07:45PM
 
HIS-250-21954
A survey of the political, economic, cultural and social development of Western Civilization to 1660. Topics include prehistory, ancient near east, Greco-Roman world, Germanic migrations, middle ages, Renaissance and Reformation, and the beginnings of the Modern World.

Course Outline


Western Civil to 1660 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 111 MTWR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
HIS-252-9912
Survey of Western Civilization with topics including absolutism, the rise of modern science, the French Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, the Age of Ideology, Imperialism, the Russian Revolutions, World War I, the Rise of Totalitarianism, World War II and the Contemporary Age.

Course Outline


West Civil/1660-Present 3 WEB David Seiler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Horticuluture
HRT-072-25929
Covers the identification and use of flowering (bedding) annuals, specialty annuals, and tropical plants used for outdoor displays. Improvement in selection, changes in marketing and branding, and new trends are discussed. Emphasis is placed on use in the Illinois landscape.

Course Outline


Herbaceous Landscape Plants II 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 07-07-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 136 MTWR 02:40PM
06:00PM
Comments: Class meets July 7-July 31
HRT-091-25930
This course provides introductory on the job experience as a full-time employee in selected horticulture production or landscaping.

Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp I 3.5 DAY Dyke Barkley 06-09-14
07-03-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
Comments: Class meets June 9-July 3
HRT-092-18305
This course provides intermediate level on the job experience as a full-time employee in selected horticulture production or landscaping occupation.

Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp II 2.5 DAY Dyke Barkley 06-09-14
07-03-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
Comments: Class meets June 9-July 3
Human Services
HSP-053-156
This course accompanies the field experience class. These seminars give opportunity to provide individual assessment and assist with job competence.


Prerequisites: HSP 103, HSP 122, 30 sem hrs required and 2.0 GPA


Course Outline


Work Experience Seminar I 1 DAY Helen Hendren 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 103 M 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
HSP-054-157
This course provides 150 hours of supervised employment in various human service agencies.


Prerequisites: HSP 103, HSP 122, 30 sem hrs required and 2.0 GPA


Course Outline


Field Experience I 2 DAY Helen Hendren 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
HSP-055-158
This course accompanies the field experience class. Seminars give opportunity to provide individual assessment and assist with job competence.


Prerequisites: HSP 053, HSP 054


Course Outline


Work Experience Seminar II 1 DAY Helen Hendren 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 103 T 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
HSP-056-161
This course provides 150 hours of supervised employment in various human service agencies.


Prerequisites: HSP 053, HSP 054


Course Outline


Field Experience II 2 DAY Helen Hendren 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
HSP-065-10393
This course encompasses social, psychological, and medical views of drug use. The historical evolution of drug use and regulation, the differences between drug use, misuse, and abuse and their consequences.

Course Outline


Intro to Substance Abuse 3 WEB Pamela Miller 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HSP-103-26854
Foundations in the discipline of human services, including: Historical origins, ethics and values, skill development, roles of the profession, career opportunities, challenges, examination of diverse and at-risk populations, and policy issues in human services.

Course Outline


Foundations of Human Services 3 WEB Helen Hendren 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HSP-122-163
A study of the history, purpose, philosophy, methods and values governing social welfare, with an overview of the American social welfare system, programs and structure of service delivery. Examination of the relationships among social welfare systems and institutional structures.

Course Outline


Social Welfare 3 WEB Helen Hendren 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Humanities
HUM-120-6791
An introduction to major myths and legends spanning from Ancient Greece to Modern America with an emphasis on how the motifs, archetypes, and themes are consistently revived in popular culture.


Prerequisites: ENG 120; minimum grade of "C"


Course Outline


Myths and Legends 3 WEB Kathy Ford 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
HUM-150-12530
Students will survey the human condition as revealed through the arts, including an examination of painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, drama, film, photography, and music.

Course Outline


Humanities Through the Arts 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 107 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
HUM-150-1501
Students will survey the human condition as revealed through the arts, including an examination of painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, drama, film, photography, and music.

Course Outline


Humanities Through the Arts 3 WEB Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Intensive English Language
IEL-019-493
The course is designed for students with limited knowledge of English. Students will be introduced to basic English phonics and alphabet skills and ill begin to learn reading, grammar, speaking, and listening in English.

Beg English Non-Native Speaker 5 DAY Winifred Ryan 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 104 MTWR 09:00AM
11:45AM
 
IEL-021-494
The course is intended to develop vocabulary, reading, grammar, and oral English skills at the intermediate level. Students will review and expand reading and writing skills and improve oral English skills.

Int English Non-Native Speaker 5 DAY Winifred Ryan 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 104 MTWR 12:00PM
02:45PM
 
IEL-023-495
The course is designed for students at the advanced level. Emphasis will be placed on attaining an advanced proficiency in reading, grammar and writing, speaking, and listening as it relates to academic achievement and success.

Adv English Non-Native Speaker 5 DAY Rachael Kingery 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 105 MTWR 12:00PM
02:45PM
 
Independent Study
INS-099-1515
Students will analyze and evaluate their learning, skills, and talents in order to develop a portfolio consisting of transcripts, tests, training programs, workshops which can be evaluated for college credit. In preparing portfolio, students will clarify educational, career, and personal objectives.

Portfolio Develop 2 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Judge Learning Resource Cntr 101 MTWR TBA
 
INS-200-1516
This course is a supervised internship experience at a business or organization and customized to meet the needs of students served through the Cooperative Work Study Program. This course is managed in the Career Services Office. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Internship/Cooperative Educ 0.5 DAY Alicia Gullidge 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
INS-200-1526
This course is a supervised internship experience at a business or organization and customized to meet the needs of students served through the Cooperative Work Study Program. This course is managed in the Career Services Office. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Internship/Cooperative Educ 0.5 DAY Alicia Gullidge 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
INS-200-1527
This course is a supervised internship experience at a business or organization and customized to meet the needs of students served through the Cooperative Work Study Program. This course is managed in the Career Services Office. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Internship/Cooperative Educ 0.5 DAY Alicia Gullidge 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
INS-200-1532
This course is a supervised internship experience at a business or organization and customized to meet the needs of students served through the Cooperative Work Study Program. This course is managed in the Career Services Office. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Internship/Cooperative Educ 0.5 DAY Alicia Gullidge 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
INS-299-10037
(Repeatable 3 Times) For more information about this course or to secure a contract to take an independent study please contact the Associate Vice President for Educational Services (217) 234-5427.

Independent Study 0.5 DAY Deborah Hutti 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
INS-299-10038
(Repeatable 3 Times) For more information about this course or to secure a contract to take an independent study please contact the Associate Vice President for Educational Services (217) 234-5427.

Independent Study 0.5 DAY Deborah Hutti 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
INS-299-10039
(Repeatable 3 Times) For more information about this course or to secure a contract to take an independent study please contact the Associate Vice President for Educational Services (217) 234-5427.

Independent Study 0.5 DAY Deborah Hutti 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
INS-299-10040
(Repeatable 3 Times) For more information about this course or to secure a contract to take an independent study please contact the Associate Vice President for Educational Services (217) 234-5427.

Independent Study 0.5 DAY Deborah Hutti 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
INS-299-34745
(Repeatable 3 Times) For more information about this course or to secure a contract to take an independent study please contact the Associate Vice President for Educational Services (217) 234-5427.

INSTDY-Pop Culture Films 3 DAY Robert Newell 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
Information Technology Train
ITT-040-22283
Designed to give Computer Applications students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in a computer related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 15 semester hours in IT Computer Applications certificate with 2.0 minimum GPA


Course Outline


IT Computer Apps Cert Int 1 DAY Angela Davison 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ITT-041-22284
Designed to give Computer Applications students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in a computer related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 50 semester hours in IT Computer Applications program with 2.0 minimum GPA


Course Outline


IT Computer Apps Degree Int 2 DAY Angela Davison 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ITT-042-22287
Designed to give Network Administration students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in a computer related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 15 semester hours in IT Network Administration certificate with 2.0 minimum GPA


Course Outline


IT Net Admin Cert Internship 1 DAY Scott Rhine 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ITT-043-22286
Designed to give Network Administration students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in a computer related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 50 semester hours in IT Network Administration program with 2.0 minimum GPA


Course Outline


IT Net Admin Degree Int 2 DAY Scott Rhine 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ITT-044-22288
Designed to give Programming students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in a computer related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 15 semester hours in IT Programming Certificate with 2.0 minimum GPA


Course Outline


IT Programming Cert Int 1 DAY Angela Davison 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ITT-045-22289
Designed to give Programming students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in a computer related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 50 semester hours in IT Programming Degree with 2.0 minimum GPA


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IT Programming Degree Int 2 DAY Angela Davison 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ITT-046-22290
Designed to give Web Technology students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in a computer related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 15 semester hours in IT Web Technology certificate kwith 2.0 minimum GPA


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IT Web Technology Cert Int 1 DAY Scott Rhine 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ITT-047-22291
Designed to give Web Technology students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in a computer related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 50 semester hours in IT Web Technology degree with 2.0 minimum


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IT Web Technology Degree Int 2 DAY Scott Rhine 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ITT-050-30756
Designed to give Game Development students on-the-job experience. The students must work in the community in an animation, modeling or programming related area. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Completion of 15 semester hours in IT Game Development certificate with 2.0 minimum GPA


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IT Game Dev Cert Internship 1 DAY Scott Rhine 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
ITT-064-29979
A practical, lab-based class that concentrates on the design, development, and implementation of physical and electronic computer interfaces. The goal is to extend the reality of computer use and/or game play using both currently available and custom hardware and software. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 062, CIS 063


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Human Computer Interaction Lab 3 DAY Scott Rhine 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 116 MTWR 01:00PM
03:30PM
 
John Deere Ag Tech
JDA-041-15319
Students will receive on-the-job experience in a John Deere dealership. This will allow them to practice and utilize the skills and knowledge learned previously. This work will be supervised by the sponsoring dealership and a Lake Land College John Deere Ag Tech instructor.


Prerequisites:ENG 098 or ENG 120, JDA 080, JDA 040, JDA 073, HED 178, JDA 086, AGR 111, or instructor consent

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John Deere SOE I 2 DAY Russell Neu 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
JDA-041-15320
Students will receive on-the-job experience in a John Deere dealership. This will allow them to practice and utilize the skills and knowledge learned previously. This work will be supervised by the sponsoring dealership and a Lake Land College John Deere Ag Tech instructor.


Prerequisites:ENG 098 or ENG 120, JDA 080, JDA 040, JDA 073, HED 178, JDA 086, AGR 111, or instructor consent

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John Deere SOE I 2 DAY Allen Drake 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
JDA-072-12127
Students will put into practice the theories of diagnosis, disassembly, inspection, repair and reassembly of John Deere power train components. These components will include clutches, transmissions, differential, and final drives for both combines and tractors.


Prerequisites: JDA 071

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JD Advanced Power Trains 3 DAY Allen Drake 06-09-14
07-31-14
AT 102 MTWR 07:30AM
07:55AM
 
JDA-072-12127
Students will put into practice the theories of diagnosis, disassembly, inspection, repair and reassembly of John Deere power train components. These components will include clutches, transmissions, differential, and final drives for both combines and tractors.


Prerequisites: JDA 071

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JD Advanced Power Trains 3 DAY Allen Drake 06-09-14
07-31-14
AT 103 MTWR 07:30AM
09:35AM
 
JDA-072-12129
Students will put into practice the theories of diagnosis, disassembly, inspection, repair and reassembly of John Deere power train components. These components will include clutches, transmissions, differential, and final drives for both combines and tractors.


Prerequisites: JDA 071

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JD Advanced Power Trains 3 DAY Allen Drake 06-09-14
07-31-14
AT 101 MTWR 10:00AM
10:25AM
 
JDA-072-12129
Students will put into practice the theories of diagnosis, disassembly, inspection, repair and reassembly of John Deere power train components. These components will include clutches, transmissions, differential, and final drives for both combines and tractors.


Prerequisites: JDA 071

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JD Advanced Power Trains 3 DAY Allen Drake 06-09-14
07-31-14
AT 103 MTWR 10:30AM
12:35PM
 
JDA-094-12130
Theory and principles of operation, diagnosis, and repair of John Deere heating and air conditioning systems. Students will also become certified to comply with state and federal laws.

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John Deere Air Cond Systems 2.5 DAY Russell Neu 06-09-14
07-31-14
AT 101 MTWR 08:00AM
09:35AM
 
JDA-094-12131
Theory and principles of operation, diagnosis, and repair of John Deere heating and air conditioning systems. Students will also become certified to comply with state and federal laws.

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John Deere Air Cond Systems 2.5 DAY Russell Neu 06-09-14
07-31-14
AT 101 MTWR 10:00AM
11:35AM
 
Literature
LIT-130-89
Students will read, examine, and discuss a variety of literary works from different genres as a way to analyze and understand the value, purpose, and components of Literature.


Prerequisites: Complete ENG 120 with a minimum grade of "C"


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Intro to Literature 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 108 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
LIT-130-91
Students will read, examine, and discuss a variety of literary works from different genres as a way to analyze and understand the value, purpose, and components of Literature.


Prerequisites: Complete ENG 120 with a minimum grade of "C"


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Intro to Literature 3 WEB Robert Newell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
LIT-147-13246
Students will read, discuss, and analyze short stories and novels written by different authors from a variety of time periods as a way of appreciating and understanding the purposes, forms, terms, and critical approaches associated with these two literacy modes.


Prerequisites: ENG 120; Minimum grade C


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Introduction to Fiction 3 WEB Matthew Landrus 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Massage Therapy
MAS-060-18
This course provides the basic structure and function of the musculoskeletal system of the human body and basic theory of anatomy & physiology. The students will learn the origin, insertion and action of the major muscles of the human body.


Prerequisites: BIO 050


Course Outline


A & P for Massage Therapist II 4 DAY Martha Mioux 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 104 MW 08:15AM
12:00PM
 
MAS-067-19
This is a course of the nature and cause of diseases, which involves changes in structure and function, and the conditions produced by the diseases. Student will understand the effects of specific massage treatments and how to select the most appropriate techniques for the condition.

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Pathology/Massage Therapist 3 EVE Martha Mioux 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 104 T 05:00PM
10:00PM
 
MAS-075-21
This course is designed to build on more contemporary and bodywork techniques. Chair massage, hydrotherapy, sports massage, trigger point therapy, and others will be discussed and practiced.


Prerequisites: MAS 065


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Massage Therapy III 5 DAY Sara Holmes 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 104 TR 08:00AM
01:00PM
 
MAS-077-18271
This course is a supervised in house clinical practicum, in which the students will apply newly acquired skills of therapeutic massage to clients, including Swedish Massage, Chair Massage, Sports Massage and Reflexology.


Prerequisites: MAS 065


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Massage Clinic I 1.5 DAY Martha Mioux 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 109 MW 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
MAS-077-22
This course is a supervised in house clinical practicum, in which the students will apply newly acquired skills of therapeutic massage to clients, including Swedish Massage, Chair Massage, Sports Massage and Reflexology.


Prerequisites: MAS 065


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Massage Clinic I 1.5 DAY Martha Mioux 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 109 MW 01:00PM
04:00PM
 
Mathematics
MAT-005-22294
This course is for students with little or no working knowledge of elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on manipulative skills with real numbers, solving linear equations and inequalities and systems of equations, functions, and properties of linear functions. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Beginning Algebra 3 WEB David Turnbull 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-005-22295
This course is for students with little or no working knowledge of elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on manipulative skills with real numbers, solving linear equations and inequalities and systems of equations, functions, and properties of linear functions. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Beginning Algebra 3 DAY James Kearney 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 110 MTWR 07:30AM
08:45AM
 
MAT-005-22296
This course is for students with little or no working knowledge of elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on manipulative skills with real numbers, solving linear equations and inequalities and systems of equations, functions, and properties of linear functions. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Beginning Algebra 3 EVE Terry Waggoner 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 219 MW 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
MAT-006-22298
This course is for students with some working knowledge of elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on exponents, polynomials, factoring, quadratic functions, rational expressions, roots and radicals. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Intermediate Algebra 4 DAY Jerad Zimmerle 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 114 MTWR 10:30AM
12:15PM
 
MAT-006-22299
This course is for students with some working knowledge of elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on exponents, polynomials, factoring, quadratic functions, rational expressions, roots and radicals. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Intermediate Algebra 4 DAY Lynn Semple 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 120 MTWR 08:00AM
09:45AM
 
MAT-006-22300
This course is for students with some working knowledge of elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on exponents, polynomials, factoring, quadratic functions, rational expressions, roots and radicals. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Intermediate Algebra 4 EVE Jamie Princko 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 111 TR 06:00PM
09:30PM
 
MAT-006-22301
This course is for students with some working knowledge of elementary algebra. Emphasis is placed on exponents, polynomials, factoring, quadratic functions, rational expressions, roots and radicals. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Intermediate Algebra 4 WEB Shelle Hartzel 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
MAT-009-235
This course is an introductory course in plane geometry for students with less than one year of high school geometry. Topics included, but not limited to, are: lines, angles, proofs, triangles, Pythagorean theorem, circles, various geometrical formulas and coordinate geometry.


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Geometry 3 DAY Terry Waggoner 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 114 MTWR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
MAT-116-18300
Survey of mathematical topics with emphasis on solutions to real life problems. Topics will include sets/logic, counting techniques, probability, and statistics. Problem solving projects involving detailed written solutions will be required. Calculators and computers will be used.


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General Education Math 3 WEB Erica Hotsinpiller 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-116-236
Survey of mathematical topics with emphasis on solutions to real life problems. Topics will include sets/logic, counting techniques, probability, and statistics. Problem solving projects involving detailed written solutions will be required. Calculators and computers will be used.


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General Education Math 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 101 MTWR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
MAT-116-251
Survey of mathematical topics with emphasis on solutions to real life problems. Topics will include sets/logic, counting techniques, probability, and statistics. Problem solving projects involving detailed written solutions will be required. Calculators and computers will be used.


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General Education Math 3 DAY Debra Denton 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 116 TR 03:00PM
05:45PM
 
MAT-118-6898
A course designed for Elementary Education majors. Topics include number theory, probability and statistics, development of numeration systems, sets, functions, mathematical reasoning and problem solving. Counts as general education requirement for elementary education majors when taken in sequence with MAT218.


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Math for Elem Teachers I 3 WEB Shelle Hartzel 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-125-15798
Application of elementary principles of descriptive statistics including frequency distribution, graphical presentation, measure of location and variation. Elements of probability, sampling techniques, binomial and normal distribution and other topics.


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Statistics 3 EVE Debra Denton 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 116 TR 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
MAT-125-237
Application of elementary principles of descriptive statistics including frequency distribution, graphical presentation, measure of location and variation. Elements of probability, sampling techniques, binomial and normal distribution and other topics.


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Statistics 3 DAY Katrina Bauer 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 111 TR 10:00AM
12:40PM
 
MAT-125-245
Application of elementary principles of descriptive statistics including frequency distribution, graphical presentation, measure of location and variation. Elements of probability, sampling techniques, binomial and normal distribution and other topics.


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Statistics 3 WEB Bambi Jones 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-125-34200
Application of elementary principles of descriptive statistics including frequency distribution, graphical presentation, measure of location and variation. Elements of probability, sampling techniques, binomial and normal distribution and other topics.


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Statistics 3 DAY Bambi Jones 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-125-34200
Application of elementary principles of descriptive statistics including frequency distribution, graphical presentation, measure of location and variation. Elements of probability, sampling techniques, binomial and normal distribution and other topics.


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Statistics 3 DAY Bambi Jones 05-20-14
06-05-14
WEBB HALL 110 TR 09:00AM
12:30PM
 
MAT-130-15816
Review of the real number system, radicals, equations, and exponents, relations and functions, logarithms, complex numbers, polynomials, and theory of equations. A graphing calculator is required. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation.


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College Algebra 3 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 114 TR 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
MAT-130-241
Review of the real number system, radicals, equations, and exponents, relations and functions, logarithms, complex numbers, polynomials, and theory of equations. A graphing calculator is required. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation.


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College Algebra 3 WEB Bambi Jones 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-130-247
Review of the real number system, radicals, equations, and exponents, relations and functions, logarithms, complex numbers, polynomials, and theory of equations. A graphing calculator is required. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation.


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College Algebra 3 DAY Katrina Bauer 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 204 TR 01:30PM
04:10PM
 
MAT-132-249
Study of trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, graphing, solving trigonometric equations, inverse trigonometric functions, right triangle trigonometry, application of law of sines and law of cosines, complex numbers and vectors. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation.


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Trigonometry 3 WEB Bambi Jones 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-140-6897
A unified study of the algebraic and trigonometric concepts needed for calculus. Credit not granted for both this course and College Algebra. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendations.


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Algebra With Trigonometry 5 DAY Clayton Roan 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 110 MTWR 12:30PM
02:35PM
 
MAT-210-1995
An introduction to Finite Mathematics, matrices, linear systems of equations and inequalities, linear programming, counting theory and probability.


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Finite Mathematics 3 WEB Walter McHenry 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-210-34201
An introduction to Finite Mathematics, matrices, linear systems of equations and inequalities, linear programming, counting theory and probability.


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Finite Mathematics 3 DAY Emily Buhnerkempe 05-20-14
06-05-14
NE 111 MTWR 08:00AM
11:45AM
 
MAT-211-252
Mathematical analysis of polynomial calculus with applications to business and social sciences including the mathematics of finance, techniques and applications of differentiation and integration, optimization theory and area. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendation.



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Math Analysis 3 WEB Erica Hotsinpiller 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-218-9939
The study of the concepts and theory of measurement and geometry via the problem-solving approach, using both calculators and microcomputers throughout. Designed for Elementary Education majors. Counts as general education requirement for elementary education majors when taken in sequence with MAT-118.


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Math for Elem Teachers II 3 WEB Shelle Hartzel 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-241-12533
Differential and integral calculus of elementary functions of one variable, such as polynomial, rational, radical, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, will be covered. Applications include rates of change, optimization, curve sketching and area. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendations.


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Analytical Geom-Calc I 5 WEB Walter McHenry 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MAT-241-253
Differential and integral calculus of elementary functions of one variable, such as polynomial, rational, radical, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, will be covered. Applications include rates of change, optimization, curve sketching and area. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendations.


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Analytical Geom-Calc I 5 DAY Erica Hotsinpiller 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 114 MTWR 08:00AM
10:05AM
 
Medical Coding Specialist
MCS-040-18290
An introduction and overview to health information management. The course will cover the history and the many applicable fields available to a health information management specialist. Students will explore the different areas of health information.

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Health Info for Professionals 3 WEB Kathleen Daugherty 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MCS-055-33684
A beginner's course in ICD-10-CM coding and guidelines. Students will be introduced to a wide variety of coding segments and body systems.

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Principles of ICD-10-CMCoding 3 WEB Kathleen Daugherty 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MCS-080-30988
This course provides students with the opportunity to intern in a clinic setting. It provides supervised work experience coordinated with a healthcare systems related employer. A minimum of 62.5 hours of internship time is required for one credit hour.


Prerequisites: PNC 055, BIO 050, MCS 050, MCS 055


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Clinic-Med Coding Internship 1 WEB Kathleen Daugherty 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Mechanical Electrical Tech
MET-076-12523
Designed to provide work experience in field while maintaining contact with occupational instructor for review and assistance.

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Supervised Occupational Exp 3 DAY Dion Buzzard 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
Machine Tool Technology
MTT-050-34561
A study designed to highlight the theory and application of cutoff machines, drill press, engine lathe, milling machines, and basic benchwork involving layout and hand tools.

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Intro to Machining Procedures 3 DAY Kris Kersey 04-22-14
06-05-14
VT 117 TR 08:00AM
11:00AM
 
MTT-050-34562
A study designed to highlight the theory and application of cutoff machines, drill press, engine lathe, milling machines, and basic benchwork involving layout and hand tools.

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Intro to Machining Procedures 3 DAY Kris Kersey 06-09-14
07-31-14
VT 117 TR 08:00AM
11:50AM
 
Music
MUS-150-6792
A survey of the musical forms and styles in the United States from the music of the early colonists to the popular music of today. Musical forms and styles are considered in their cultural context.

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Music in Amer History/Culture 3 DAY Joel Faires 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 201 MW 08:30AM
11:15AM
 
MUS-150-94
A survey of the musical forms and styles in the United States from the music of the early colonists to the popular music of today. Musical forms and styles are considered in their cultural context.

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Music in Amer History/Culture 3 WEB Nancy Caldwell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
MUS-229-6793
A general humanities course studying various types and forms of music and the historical development of the art form. Surveys music literature from Middle Ages to present.

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Understanding Music 3 EVE Joel Faires 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 108 MW 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
Physical Education
PED-116-164
Designed to help a student understand and appreciate golf. Will teach the basic skills and techniques for golf as a recreational and physical activity for all ages. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Golf 1 DAY David Johnson 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 112 MW 03:00PM
04:40PM
 
PED-116-165
Designed to help a student understand and appreciate golf. Will teach the basic skills and techniques for golf as a recreational and physical activity for all ages. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Golf 1 EVE David Johnson 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 112 MW 05:00PM
06:40PM
 
PED-117-166
Golf instruction for the advanced golfer. Course designed to increase the skill level. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: PED 116


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Advanced Golf 1 DAY David Johnson 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 112 MW 03:00PM
04:40PM
 
PED-117-167
Golf instruction for the advanced golfer. Course designed to increase the skill level. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: PED 116


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Advanced Golf 1 EVE David Johnson 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 112 MW 05:00PM
06:40PM
 
PED-119-170
An introduction to the world of Martial Arts with emphasis on the art of Tae Kwon Do. Student will learn basic terminology, skills, and self defense. In about two years, the student should be close to a black belt. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: PED 119


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Karate 1 EVE William Shuler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Effingham EAG MR 07:30PM
08:30PM
 
PED-123-185
Designed to continue a broad range of activities in Tae Kwon Do training, oriented toward physical fitness, positive self-attitude, a sense of respect for others in society, self-defense and fun. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: PED 119


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Karate II 1 EVE William Shuler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Effingham EAG MR 07:30PM
08:30PM
 
PED-143-18949
The course is designed to acquaint students with different exercise routines to improve their overall physical condition, progress from an intermediate level to a more advanced level. Routines are executed to upbeat music. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Aerobics 1 EVE Lisa Shumard-Shelton 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 117 TR 04:00PM
04:50PM
 
PED-172-8343
Focuses on games and activities for elementary and secondary level including body mechanics, basic exercises and rhythms. Includes team games for secondary level. EDU-101 is taken simultaneously.

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Bsc Act Elem/Sec Child 2 DAY David Johnson 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 111 MTWR 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
PED-209-175
Class is designed to teach basic skills, rules and regulations, and to allow students to participate in weight training and cardiovascular activities. Student will be given a grade according to the number of minutes performed in the semester. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Aerobic Fitness 1 DAY Cathy Bunton 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 116 MTWR TBA
 
PED-210-177
Class is designed to teach basic skills, rules and regulations, and to allow students to participate in weight training and cardiovascular activities. Pass or Fail will be given at the end of the semester. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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P/F Aerobic Fitness 1 DAY Cathy Bunton 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 116 MTWR TBA
 
PED-219-186
Students have learned the basics and are ready for more advanced techniques. Higher physical and mental skills are emphasized. Greater confidence and awareness of personal ability will promote self improvement. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: PED 123


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Karate III 1 EVE William Shuler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Effingham EAG MR 07:30PM
08:30PM
 
PED-219-7915
Students have learned the basics and are ready for more advanced techniques. Higher physical and mental skills are emphasized. Greater confidence and awareness of personal ability will promote self improvement. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: PED 123


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Karate III 1 EVE William Shuler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Effingham EAG MR 07:30PM
08:30PM
 
PED-223-179
Designed to be the final step for reaching the Black belt status. At this point the student will possess the knowledge, but must learn more self-control. Students will learn how to demonstrate power and all they have learned. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Karate IV 1 EVE William Shuler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Effingham EAG MR 07:30PM
08:30PM
 
PED-224-7916
Introduces the student to leadership responsibilities and more advanced techniques. Emphasis will be placed on power and "fine" motor skills. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Karate V 1 EVE William Shuler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Effingham EAG MR 07:30PM
08:30PM
 
PED-225-7917
The final step for reaching the Black Belt status and learning the requirements for instruction. The student will be able to demonstrate all prior learned material and be able to instruct others as an assistant instructor. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Karate VI 1 EVE William Shuler 06-09-14
07-31-14
Effingham EAG MR 07:30PM
08:30PM
 
PED-285-34054
An individual approach to assist students to develop a lifetime of wellness through fitness. The course includes a thorough physical fitness/risk factor assessment battery. Students will be required 2 hours of physical workout a week.

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Fitness for Life 3 DAY Cedric Brown 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 101 MTWR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
Philosophy
PHI-232-2381
This course is designed to promote cultural diversity associated with religious practices. It includes a survey of religious systems and examines concepts and theories related to the nature of deities, good and evil, reason and faith, ethics, and afterlife.

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World Religions 3 WEB Tara Blaser 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PHI-232-25557
This course is designed to promote cultural diversity associated with religious practices. It includes a survey of religious systems and examines concepts and theories related to the nature of deities, good and evil, reason and faith, ethics, and afterlife.

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World Religions 3 EVE Thomas Caldwell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 120 MW 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
PHI-270-15167
An introduction to philosophical questioning and reasoning. This course will include an historical survey of western philosophy focusing on the development of specific branches within the field, including epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, philosophy of science, and social/political philosophy.

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Introduction to Philosophy 3 WEB Thomas Caldwell 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PHI-280-1974
Introduction to issues and theories of ethics. Includes historical survey of major value systems and contemporary issues.

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Ethics 3 WEB Tara Blaser 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PHI-280-34761
Introduction to issues and theories of ethics. Includes historical survey of major value systems and contemporary issues.

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Ethics 3 WEB Tara Blaser 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Physics
PHY-115-256
This course covers the history and future prospects of astronomy, the night sky, the Earth as compared to Venus and Mars, the death of stars, and cosmology. Emphasis is also placed on the influences that astronomy has had on culture.

Course Outline


Astronomy 3 WEB James McDaniel 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PHY-115-34202
This course covers the history and future prospects of astronomy, the night sky, the Earth as compared to Venus and Mars, the death of stars, and cosmology. Emphasis is also placed on the influences that astronomy has had on culture.

Course Outline


Astronomy 3 WEB James McDaniel 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Practical Nursing
PNC-054-18272
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Janet Waymoth 06-09-14
07-31-14
Pana Ext Center 105 WR 08:00AM
02:00PM
 
PNC-054-18272
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Janet Waymoth 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SMH MT 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
PNC-054-18272
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Janet Waymoth 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SMH MT 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
PNC-054-23
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Tisha Goad 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 103 WR 08:00AM
02:00PM
 
PNC-054-23
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Tisha Goad 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SBL MT 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
PNC-054-23
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Tisha Goad 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SBL MT 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
PNC-054-24
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Cheryl Beam 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 116 WR 08:00AM
02:00PM
 
PNC-054-24
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Cheryl Beam 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SAH MT 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
PNC-054-24
Continuation of PNC052. Student continues mastery of skills and concepts integrating the nursing process in health promotion, maintenance and restoration activities.


Prerequisites: PNC 052 PNC 053


Course Outline


Practical Nursing III 7 DAY Cheryl Beam 06-09-14
07-31-14
Clinical Sites SAH MT 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
PNC-055-25
Continuation of PNC053. The nursing process and the role of drug therapy in the prevention of disease, promotion of health and treatment of disease provides the framework in this study of pharmacology and the administration of medication.


Prerequisites: PNC 052, PNC 053


Course Outline


Basic Pharmacology II 1 WEB Cassandra Porter 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PNC-055-26
Continuation of PNC053. The nursing process and the role of drug therapy in the prevention of disease, promotion of health and treatment of disease provides the framework in this study of pharmacology and the administration of medication.


Prerequisites: PNC 052, PNC 053


Course Outline


Basic Pharmacology II 1 WEB Cassandra Porter 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Political Science
POS-160-18502
The fundamental principles of the American Government are summarized. Such topics as federalism, civil liberties, citizenship, parties and elections, the Presidency, Congress, Judiciary, and national policies and politics are discussed within the framework of the American Constitutional system.

Course Outline


American National Government 3 WEB Michael Rogers 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
POS-160-187
The fundamental principles of the American Government are summarized. Such topics as federalism, civil liberties, citizenship, parties and elections, the Presidency, Congress, Judiciary, and national policies and politics are discussed within the framework of the American Constitutional system.

Course Outline


American National Government 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 101 MTWR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
POS-160-34380
The fundamental principles of the American Government are summarized. Such topics as federalism, civil liberties, citizenship, parties and elections, the Presidency, Congress, Judiciary, and national policies and politics are discussed within the framework of the American Constitutional system.

Course Outline


American National Government 3 WEB Michael Rogers 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
POS-162-34059
Focuses on legal authority, structure, leadership and functions of state, county, city, township, and special district governments. The Illinois State Constitution is analyzed.

Course Outline


State/Local Govern 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 114 MTWR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
POS-162-9914
Focuses on legal authority, structure, leadership and functions of state, county, city, township, and special district governments. The Illinois State Constitution is analyzed.

Course Outline


State/Local Govern 3 WEB Michael Rogers 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Power Plant Technology
PPT-075-14922
Designed to provide the student with work experience in the field while maintaining contact with an instructor for review and assistance.

Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp 5 DAY Timothy Van Dyke 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
PPT-075-18264
Designed to provide the student with work experience in the field while maintaining contact with an instructor for review and assistance.

Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp 5 DAY John Gentry 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
Psychology
PSY-271-16278
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 WEB Terri Fields 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PSY-271-192
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 DAY Damon McNeill 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 115 MTWR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
PSY-271-195
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 DAY Damon McNeill 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 115 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
PSY-271-200
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 EVE Melvin Cloe 06-09-14
07-31-14
Pana Ext Center 103 MW 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
PSY-271-201
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 DAY Lydia Hatfill 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 220 TR 09:00AM
11:45AM
 
PSY-271-203
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 115 MW 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
PSY-271-26153
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 107 MTWR 01:00PM
02:15PM
 
PSY-271-30507
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 220 TR 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
PSY-271-34381
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 WEB Terri Fields 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PSY-271-9915
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

Course Outline


Intr/Psychology 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 115 MTWR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
PSY-274-10205
Study of theories and methods used to study development, from conception to adolescence. Topics include physical, sensory and perceptual, cognitive, language, emotional, social, and gender development, as well as family, peer, and institutional influences on development.

Course Outline


Child Development 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 105 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
PSY-274-205
Study of theories and methods used to study development, from conception to adolescence. Topics include physical, sensory and perceptual, cognitive, language, emotional, social, and gender development, as well as family, peer, and institutional influences on development.

Course Outline


Child Development 3 WEB Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PSY-274-26463
Study of theories and methods used to study development, from conception to adolescence. Topics include physical, sensory and perceptual, cognitive, language, emotional, social, and gender development, as well as family, peer, and institutional influences on development.

Course Outline


Child Development 3 DAY Lisa Light 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 220 MW 09:00AM
11:45AM
 
PSY-275-12553
Study of theories and research findings in the physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development of individuals past middle age.


Prerequisites: PSY 271


Course Outline


Psych of Maturity and Old Age 3 DAY Lydia Hatfill 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 220 TR 01:00PM
03:45PM
 
PSY-275-207
Study of theories and research findings in the physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development of individuals past middle age.


Prerequisites: PSY 271


Course Outline


Psych of Maturity and Old Age 3 WEB Janna Overstreet 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PSY-277-209
Study of social behavior including research methods, attitude formation and changes, social cognition, interpersonal relations, group processes, and social influences.


Prerequisites: PSY 271


Course Outline


Social Psychology 3 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 116 MW 02:00PM
04:45PM
 
PSY-277-216
Study of social behavior including research methods, attitude formation and changes, social cognition, interpersonal relations, group processes, and social influences.


Prerequisites: PSY 271


Course Outline


Social Psychology 3 WEB Terry Salem 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PSY-278-210
Examines how intimate relationships are formed and maintained and why they sometimes fail. Theory and research on attraction, social cognition, communication, interdependency, friendship, love, sexuality, conflict, power, and violence are areas of focus.

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Family Relations 3 WEB Terri Fields 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
PSY-278-212
Examines how intimate relationships are formed and maintained and why they sometimes fail. Theory and research on attraction, social cognition, communication, interdependency, friendship, love, sexuality, conflict, power, and violence are areas of focus.

Course Outline


Family Relations 3 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 116 MW 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
PSY-279-215
Study of theories and research findings in physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development from conception through death.



Course Outline


Human Dev/Life Span 3 DAY Terry Salem 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 115 MTWR 01:00PM
02:15PM
 
PSY-279-26465
Study of theories and research findings in physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development from conception through death.



Course Outline


Human Dev/Life Span 3 DAY Lisa Light 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 220 MW 12:00PM
02:45PM
 
Physical Therapist Assistant
PTA-085-17
A full time, supervised clinical practice in a physical therapy facility. Students will participate in selected patient care skills and techniques learned in Fundamentals of PTA I (PTA080), Clinical Practicum I (PTA081) and Fundamentals of PTA II (PTA082).


Prerequisites: Fundaments of PTA I(PTA080), Clinical Practicum 1 (PTA081), Fundamentals of PTA II (PTA082), minimum GPA 2.00

Course Outline


PTA Clinical Practicum III 3 DAY Kay Foreman 06-09-14
07-18-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
Reading
RDG-007-27365
Required of students who need additional preparation before enrolling in RDG 009  Essentials of Reading. Emphasis is placed on basic reading skills including phonics, spelling, vocabulary, comprehension and critical reading. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Placement determined by assessment



Fundamentals of Reading 2.5 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 225 MW 09:00AM
11:45AM
 
RDG-007-27404
Required of students who need additional preparation before enrolling in RDG 009  Essentials of Reading. Emphasis is placed on basic reading skills including phonics, spelling, vocabulary, comprehension and critical reading. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Placement determined by assessment



Fundamentals of Reading 2.5 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Pana Ext Center 101 TR 04:00PM
06:45PM
 
RDG-007-496
Required of students who need additional preparation before enrolling in RDG 009  Essentials of Reading. Emphasis is placed on basic reading skills including phonics, spelling, vocabulary, comprehension and critical reading. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Placement determined by assessment



Fundamentals of Reading 2.5 DAY Judy Bennett 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 107 MW 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
RDG-007-496
Required of students who need additional preparation before enrolling in RDG 009  Essentials of Reading. Emphasis is placed on basic reading skills including phonics, spelling, vocabulary, comprehension and critical reading. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Placement determined by assessment



Fundamentals of Reading 2.5 DAY Judy Bennett 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 107 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
RDG-009-27401
Required of students who need additional preparation before enrolling in Reading and Study Skills (RDG050). Emphasis is placed on six competencies, a personal reading plan, and a computerized prescriptive reading program. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Essentials in Reading 2.5 WEB Judy Bennett 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
RDG-009-497
Required of students who need additional preparation before enrolling in Reading and Study Skills (RDG050). Emphasis is placed on six competencies, a personal reading plan, and a computerized prescriptive reading program. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Essentials in Reading 2.5 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 109 MW 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
RDG-009-497
Required of students who need additional preparation before enrolling in Reading and Study Skills (RDG050). Emphasis is placed on six competencies, a personal reading plan, and a computerized prescriptive reading program. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Essentials in Reading 2.5 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 109 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
RDG-050-498
Designed to improve reading-study skills with major emphasis on comprehending college textbooks. Stress is placed on techniques for improving individual skills in listening, note-taking, study-type reading, time management, perception, library access, test-taking, memory, flexible rate, skimming/scanning. This course does not apply toward an Associate Degree. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Reading and Study Skills I 2.5 WEB Judy Bennett 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
Comments: Prereq score 69-75 on rdg portion of assess test/ACT score of 19-22
RDG-050-499
Designed to improve reading-study skills with major emphasis on comprehending college textbooks. Stress is placed on techniques for improving individual skills in listening, note-taking, study-type reading, time management, perception, library access, test-taking, memory, flexible rate, skimming/scanning. This course does not apply toward an Associate Degree. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Reading and Study Skills I 2.5 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 109 TR 08:00AM
10:45AM
 
RDG-050-500
Designed to improve reading-study skills with major emphasis on comprehending college textbooks. Stress is placed on techniques for improving individual skills in listening, note-taking, study-type reading, time management, perception, library access, test-taking, memory, flexible rate, skimming/scanning. This course does not apply toward an Associate Degree. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Reading and Study Skills I 2.5 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 109 MW 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
RDG-050-501
Designed to improve reading-study skills with major emphasis on comprehending college textbooks. Stress is placed on techniques for improving individual skills in listening, note-taking, study-type reading, time management, perception, library access, test-taking, memory, flexible rate, skimming/scanning. This course does not apply toward an Associate Degree. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Reading and Study Skills I 2.5 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 225 MW 03:30PM
06:15PM
 
Recreation
REC-181-34563
To introduce to the student the historical development of the recreation profession in the United States and to give the student an exposure to professional recreational organizations and their services.

Course Outline


Intro/Comm Recreat 3 DAY Cedric Brown 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 103 MTWR 01:15PM
02:30PM
 
REC-290-34826
Provides an introduction to concepts and principles of therapeutic recreation, type of illnesses and disability settings, programming and service, and the role of the therapeutic re-creator.

Course Outline


Recreation for Special Groups 3 DAY Cedric Brown 06-09-14
07-31-14
FH 101 MTWR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
Strategies for Success
SFS-101-15306
Designed to improve student performance in college and beyond. Topics include: college resources; identification of college and career goals; implementation of study, note-taking, and test-taking strategies; and development of life management skills including time management, stress management, and relationship skills.

Course Outline


Strategies for Success 2 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 111 MTWR 03:30PM
04:20PM
 
SFS-101-15308
Designed to improve student performance in college and beyond. Topics include: college resources; identification of college and career goals; implementation of study, note-taking, and test-taking strategies; and development of life management skills including time management, stress management, and relationship skills.

Course Outline


Strategies for Success 2 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 111 MTWR 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
SFS-101-15878
Designed to improve student performance in college and beyond. Topics include: college resources; identification of college and career goals; implementation of study, note-taking, and test-taking strategies; and development of life management skills including time management, stress management, and relationship skills.

Course Outline


Strategies for Success 2 WEB Katy Condor 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
SFS-101-220
Designed to improve student performance in college and beyond. Topics include: college resources; identification of college and career goals; implementation of study, note-taking, and test-taking strategies; and development of life management skills including time management, stress management, and relationship skills.

Course Outline


Strategies for Success 2 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 116 MTWR 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
SFS-101-221
Designed to improve student performance in college and beyond. Topics include: college resources; identification of college and career goals; implementation of study, note-taking, and test-taking strategies; and development of life management skills including time management, stress management, and relationship skills.

Course Outline


Strategies for Success 2 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 111 MTWR 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
SFS-101-30219
Designed to improve student performance in college and beyond. Topics include: college resources; identification of college and career goals; implementation of study, note-taking, and test-taking strategies; and development of life management skills including time management, stress management, and relationship skills.

Course Outline


Strategies for Success 2 DAY Matthew Greider 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 222 TR 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
SFS-101-34055
Designed to improve student performance in college and beyond. Topics include: college resources; identification of college and career goals; implementation of study, note-taking, and test-taking strategies; and development of life management skills including time management, stress management, and relationship skills.

Course Outline


Strategies for Success 2 DAY Cedric Brown 05-20-14
06-05-14
WEBB HALL 111 MTWR 09:00AM
12:00PM
 
Service Learning
SLN-200-10057
A course based on a multi-disciplinary project coordinating community service efforts through an established organization. Individual students self-assess their learning outcomes and make applications to personal educational goals, establishing a sense of community commitment.

Course Outline


Community Service 0.5 EVE Cathy Bunton 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR 04:00PM
06:00PM
 
Sociology
SOC-280-12601
Study of human interaction focusing on social influences shaping personality, structure and dynamics of human society. Topics include: sociological perspective, culture, society, social interaction; social change in global perspective; socialization; families; social class; and social stratification; race and ethnicity; and deviance.

Course Outline


Introduction to Sociology 3 WEB Stephanie Medley-Rath 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
SOC-280-34048
Study of human interaction focusing on social influences shaping personality, structure and dynamics of human society. Topics include: sociological perspective, culture, society, social interaction; social change in global perspective; socialization; families; social class; and social stratification; race and ethnicity; and deviance.

Course Outline


Introduction to Sociology 3 DAY Carolyn Stephens 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 113 TR 09:00AM
11:45AM
 
SOC-280-34057
Study of human interaction focusing on social influences shaping personality, structure and dynamics of human society. Topics include: sociological perspective, culture, society, social interaction; social change in global perspective; socialization; families; social class; and social stratification; race and ethnicity; and deviance.

Course Outline


Introduction to Sociology 3 WEB Stephanie Medley-Rath 05-20-14
06-05-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
SOC-286-24056
An examination of American racial and ethnic diversity with an attempt to understand racial and ethnic relations. The examination is made emphasizing the sociological perspective while including material from the other social sciences.

Course Outline


Racial and Ethnic Groups 3 WEB Stephanie Medley-Rath 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Social Sciences
SOS-050-254
Provides an understanding of the human mechanism when associated with interpersonal relationships on the job. Emphasis is placed on vocational problems connected with motivation, communication, perception and how to work with others.

Course Outline


Human Relations 2 WEB Kristina Reider 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
 
Speech
SPE-111-100
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

Course Outline


Intro to Speech Communication 3 DAY Salisa Olmsted 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 108 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
SPE-111-101
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

Course Outline


Intro to Speech Communication 3 DAY Salisa Olmsted 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 108 MTWR 12:00PM
01:15PM
 
SPE-111-102
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

Course Outline


Intro to Speech Communication 3 DAY Gregory Powers 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 131 MTWR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
SPE-111-103
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

Course Outline


Intro to Speech Communication 3 WEB Eva Ritchey 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
Comments: Class meets on campus Jun 16 23 July 7 21 28
SPE-111-103
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

Course Outline


Intro to Speech Communication 3 WEB Eva Ritchey 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 107 M 02:00PM
06:30PM
Comments: Class meets on campus Jun 16 23 July 7 21 28
SPE-111-104
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

Course Outline


Intro to Speech Communication 3 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 107 MW 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
SPE-111-105
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

Course Outline


Intro to Speech Communication 3 EVE Martin Gibson 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 204 MW 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
SPE-111-107
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

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Intro to Speech Communication 3 DAY Timothy Stolz 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 204 MW 09:30AM
12:15PM
 
SPE-111-12556
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

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Intro to Speech Communication 3 WEB Eva Ritchey 06-09-14
07-31-14
Internet NET MTWR TBA
Comments: Class meets Jun 17 24 July 8 22 29
SPE-111-12556
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

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Intro to Speech Communication 3 WEB Eva Ritchey 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 107 T 02:00PM
06:30PM
Comments: Class meets Jun 17 24 July 8 22 29
SPE-111-16215
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

Course Outline


Intro to Speech Communication 3 DAY Gregory Powers 06-09-14
07-31-14
NW 131 MTWR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
SPE-200-22662
Principles and practices of oral communication emphasizing message formation and delivery, listening, perception, awareness of verbal and non-verbal codes, and managing conflict.

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Interpersonal Communication 3 DAY Salisa Olmsted 06-09-14
07-31-14
NEAL HALL 108 MTWR 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
Technology
TEC-040-23166
Fundamentals, principles, and practices involved in producing and reading industrial blueprints. Covers basic through advanced blueprint reading and basic drafting procedures. Advanced work is adjusted to special interest groups.

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Blueprint Reading/Industry I 2.5 DAY Kris Kersey 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 101 TR 01:30PM
03:55PM
 
TEC-043-25954
Designed to give the student basic information and procedures concerning industrial safety awareness and accident prevention.

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Industrial Safety 1 DAY Rick Watson 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 118 MW 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
TEC-045-368
Presents basic drafting skills and concepts preparatory to advanced drafting and computer-aided drafting courses. Portable drafting instruments will be required.

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Introduction to Drafting 2 DAY Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 101 TR 07:50AM
10:30AM
 
TEC-048-369
Focuses on basic arithmetic and calculations necessary for solving shop oriented problems involving geometric figures, formulas and algebra. Students draw graphs. A scientific calculator is required, so there is little or no memorization.

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Applied Shop Computations 3 DAY Galen Altman 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 118 MW 10:30AM
01:20PM
 
TEC-050-33630
Fundamentals of basic arithmetic, calculator usage, algebra, geometry and right angle trigonometry.

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Technical Math I 2 DAY Timothy Van Dyke 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 120 TR 10:30AM
12:20PM
 
TEC-050-370
Fundamentals of basic arithmetic, calculator usage, algebra, geometry and right angle trigonometry.

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Technical Math I 2 DAY Timothy Van Dyke 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 118 TR 10:30AM
12:20PM
 
TEC-054-33629
Offers the student a more in-depth study of trigonometry plus logarithms, complex numbers and functional variation.

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Technical Math III 2 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
NE 112 TR 07:00PM
08:50PM
 
TEC-054-371
Offers the student a more in-depth study of trigonometry plus logarithms, complex numbers and functional variation.

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Technical Math III 2 EVE Staff 06-09-14
07-31-14
Kluthe Center 120 TR 07:00PM
08:50PM
 
TEC-055-33626
Fundamentals, principals, and practices of Industrial Technology. Covers basic through advanced procedures associated with current technology. Advanced work is adjusted to special interest groups. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Special Topics in Technology 0.5 DAY Michael Beavers 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEST BLDG 104 TR 01:00PM
03:50PM
 
Learning Assistance Center
TUT-013-520
(Repeatable 3 Times)

Basic Memory Dynamics 0.5 DAY Karla Miller 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 130 MTWR TBA
 
TUT-023-521
(Repeatable 3 Times)

Test Taking Strategies 1 DAY Karla Miller 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 130 MTWR TBA
 
TUT-026-523
(Repeatable 3 Times)

Relieving Computer Anxiety 0.5 DAY Karla Miller 06-09-14
07-31-14
WEBB HALL 130 MTWR TBA
 
Welding
WEL-047-18800
This course provides an introduction to shielded metal arc welding. Students learn to set up equipment, identify electrodes, strike and run beads in the flat position.

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Shielded Metal Arc Welding I 2 DAY John Gentry 06-09-14
06-23-14
VT 118 MTWR 08:00AM
11:50AM
 
WEL-048-23446
In this course students learn to perform single and multiple pass welds with shielded metal arc welding equipment in all positions.

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Shielded Metal Arc Welding II 3 DAY John Gentry 06-24-14
07-14-14
VT 118 MTWR 08:00AM
12:20PM
 
WEL-057-373
Course will cover basic welding processes, including: Oxy-Acetylene welding, Arc welding, Cutting and Brazing.

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Welding Fundamentals 2.5 EVE John Gentry 06-09-14
07-31-14
VT 118 TR 06:00PM
09:30PM
 
WEL-074-34682
Welding supervised occupational experience in a welding shop or work related manufacturing company position.

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Welding S.O.E. 5 DAY John Gentry 06-09-14
07-31-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
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