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Lake Land College Course Schedule

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Associate Degree Nursing
ADN-040-27624
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Cassandra Porter 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 103 M 08:00AM
10:00AM
 
ADN-040-27624
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Cassandra Porter 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 103 M 10:00AM
12:00PM
 
ADN-040-27624
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Cassandra Porter 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA RF 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
ADN-040-27625
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Nichole Jones 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 101 M 01:00PM
03:25PM
 
ADN-040-27625
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Nichole Jones 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 103 M 08:00AM
10:00AM
 
ADN-040-27625
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Nichole Jones 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 103 W 01:00PM
03:25PM
 
ADN-040-27625
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Nichole Jones 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA RF 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
ADN-040-27626
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Janet Waymoth 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 203 M 01:00PM
03:25PM
 
ADN-040-27626
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Janet Waymoth 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 116 W 01:00PM
03:25PM
 
ADN-040-27626
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Janet Waymoth 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 128 M 08:00AM
12:00PM
 
ADN-040-27626
Introduces the role of the ADN as a provider and manager of care, and member of the profession and interdisciplinary healthcare team. Using a concept-based approach, the nursing process, critical thinking, and technology will be used to introduce evidence-based care to diverse populations for wellness and basic oxygenation, circulation/perfusion, and sensory/tissue integrity needs. Prerequisites: Admission to the ADN Program

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Nursing I 8 DAY Janet Waymoth 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL RF 06:30AM
11:30AM
 
ADN-052-27622
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ADN-076-20177
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Karla Hardiek 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 113 T 08:00AM
11:00AM
 
ADN-076-20177
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Karla Hardiek 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 103 R 12:00PM
03:00PM
 
ADN-076-20177
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Karla Hardiek 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA M 07:00AM
04:00PM
 
ADN-076-986
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Cheryl Beam 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 101 T 01:00PM
04:00PM
 
ADN-076-986
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Cheryl Beam 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 103 R 08:00AM
11:00AM
 
ADN-076-986
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Cheryl Beam 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 07:00AM
04:00PM
 
ADN-076-987
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Tisha Goad 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 116 T 08:00AM
11:00AM
 
ADN-076-987
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Tisha Goad 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SAH M 07:00AM
04:00PM
 
ADN-076-987
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Tisha Goad 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SAH W 07:00AM
04:00PM
 
ADN-076-987
Broadens and amplifies role of the AD nurse in meeting complex basic needs in clinical setting. Complex higher order needs associated with mental health are studied.


Prerequisites: ADN 042


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Nursing III 10 DAY Tisha Goad 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 225 R 12:00PM
03:00PM
 
Agriculture
AGR-040-586
Applications of mathematics as it applies to the operation of grain and livestock farms, agriculture business and agriculture mechanization.

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Agricultural Mathematics 2.5 DAY Maria Boerngen 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 127 MW 07:50AM
08:55AM
 
AGR-040-588
Applications of mathematics as it applies to the operation of grain and livestock farms, agriculture business and agriculture mechanization.

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Agricultural Mathematics 2.5 DAY Maria Boerngen 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 127 TR 07:50AM
08:55AM
 
AGR-043-12639
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 Samuel Orrick 08-29-14
11-07-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
Comments: Class meets September 29 November 7
AGR-043-12640
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 Jon Althaus 09-29-14
11-07-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
Comments: Class meets September 29- November 7
AGR-043-12641
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 Maria Boerngen 09-29-14
11-07-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
Comments: Class meets September 29- November 7
AGR-043-12643
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 09-29-14
11-07-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
Comments: Class meets September 29-November 7
AGR-043-14012
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 Mark Niemerg 09-29-14
11-07-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
Comments: Class meets September 29- November 7
AGR-046-596
An introduction to the vast, complex business of agriculture, ways of doing business, guides for success of a person in the agricultural business of farm machinery technology, and familiarizes the student with the preparation for agricultural production, business, and mechanics jobs.

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Introduction to Ag Occupations 1 DAY Samuel Orrick 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 120 T 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
AGR-046-597
An introduction to the vast, complex business of agriculture, ways of doing business, guides for success of a person in the agricultural business of farm machinery technology, and familiarizes the student with the preparation for agricultural production, business, and mechanics jobs.

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Introduction to Ag Occupations 1 DAY Samuel Orrick 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 120 T 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
AGR-050-616
Planned learning activities and experiences designed to cover soil development, functions of soil minerals, soil types, and their class. A major study of soil types in Illinois and Indiana and their conservation practices are included.

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Soils 3.5 DAY Mark Niemerg 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 124 MWRF 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
AGR-050-617
Planned learning activities and experiences designed to cover soil development, functions of soil minerals, soil types, and their class. A major study of soil types in Illinois and Indiana and their conservation practices are included.

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Soils 3.5 DAY Mark Niemerg 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 124 MWRF 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
AGR-052-12644
Designed to develop needed skills involved in production of the major field crops in central Illinois and Indiana. Plant growth, crop choice, tillage, planting and sowing for maximum yields are emphasized.

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Principles of Crop Production 3 DAY Mark Niemerg 08-25-14
09-25-14
WEST BLDG 119 MTWR 12:00PM
01:40PM
Comments: Class meets August 25-- September 25
AGR-052-12644
Designed to develop needed skills involved in production of the major field crops in central Illinois and Indiana. Plant growth, crop choice, tillage, planting and sowing for maximum yields are emphasized.

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Principles of Crop Production 3 DAY Mark Niemerg 08-25-14
09-25-14
WEST BLDG 124 T 01:50PM
02:30PM
Comments: Class meets August 25-- September 25
AGR-052-12645
Designed to develop needed skills involved in production of the major field crops in central Illinois and Indiana. Plant growth, crop choice, tillage, planting and sowing for maximum yields are emphasized.

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Principles of Crop Production 3 DAY Mark Niemerg 08-25-14
09-25-14
WEST BLDG 120 MTWR 12:00PM
01:40PM
Comments: Class meets Aug 25- Sep 25
AGR-052-12645
Designed to develop needed skills involved in production of the major field crops in central Illinois and Indiana. Plant growth, crop choice, tillage, planting and sowing for maximum yields are emphasized.

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Principles of Crop Production 3 DAY Mark Niemerg 08-25-14
09-25-14
WEST BLDG 120 R 01:50PM
02:30PM
Comments: Class meets Aug 25- Sep 25
AGR-054-22269
Fundamentals of harvesting, drying, and storage. Opportunities of various systems are explored through visitations at different sites and systems.

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Crop Harvesting/Drying/Storage 2.5 DAY Mark Niemerg 11-10-14
12-11-14
WEST BLDG 120 MTWR 01:00PM
02:40PM
Comments: Class meets November 10-December 11
AGR-060-621
Prepares students with a basic understanding of livestock care, production and management from selection through breeding and marketing of beef and dairy cattle, swine and sheep. Emphasis is placed on confinement plans and new trends.

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Animal Husbandry 3 DAY Samuel Orrick 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 120 MWRF 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
AGR-060-622
Prepares students with a basic understanding of livestock care, production and management from selection through breeding and marketing of beef and dairy cattle, swine and sheep. Emphasis is placed on confinement plans and new trends.

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Animal Husbandry 3 DAY Jon Althaus 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 120 MWRF 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
AGR-061-623
Detailed study of beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, and horse selection. This laboratory oriented course allows students to appraise livestock, viewing positive and negative selection points, and pays particular attention to judging.

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Livestock Evaluation 3 EVE Samuel Orrick 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 136 MW 04:00PM
06:00PM
 
AGR-062-624
Provides an advanced study of beef, swine, and sheep selection. Both live animal and performance record analysis will be incorporated utilizing a combination of visual and genetic potential appraisal. Special emphasis will be placed on oral reasons.


Prerequisites: AGR 061


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Advanced Livestock Evaluation 3 EVE Samuel Orrick 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 136 TR 04:00PM
06:00PM
 
AGR-078-12647
A survey of issues for the horse owner addressing basic equine care and management including health, farrier science, nurtition, stable management, equine equipment, and buying, selling, riding and training horses.

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Equine Care and Management 3 DAY Jamie Washburn 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 127 MW 03:00PM
06:10PM
 
AGR-080-625
Designed to develop a working knowledge of the concepts and components of farm power and machinery electrical systems. Discusses basic electrical principles of electromagnetism and use of electrical test meters including the repair of ignition and charging systems.

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Ignition & Electrical Systems 3.5 DAY Staff 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 121 MTWR 02:30PM
04:30PM
 
AGR-083-16386
Designed to develop a working knowledge of types of gas engines, systems in a gas engine, components of systems, principles of operations, care, maintenance, repair, and adjustment of gas engines.

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Small Engines 3 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 121 MTW 07:50AM
08:55AM
 
AGR-087-16387
Provide basic understanding of diesel engine fuel systems and operation. Students will learn diagnosis, removal of diesel pumps, and injector repair.


Prerequisites: AGR 083


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Diesel Fuel Systems 3 DAY Staff 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 121 MW 02:00PM
05:10PM
 
AGR-088-628
Covers standard and automatic transmissions, their gears and gear ratios, application and use, service requirements, and adjustments in farm power equipment and machinery units.


Prerequisites: AGR 083; AGR 091


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Ag Trans & Power Trains 3.5 DAY Staff 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 121 MTR 09:00AM
11:00AM
 
AGR-088-628
Covers standard and automatic transmissions, their gears and gear ratios, application and use, service requirements, and adjustments in farm power equipment and machinery units.


Prerequisites: AGR 083; AGR 091


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Ag Trans & Power Trains 3.5 DAY Staff 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 121 W 09:00AM
11:00AM
 
AGR-090-22270
Covers the fundamentals of basic preventive maintenance for tractors and familiarizes the student with setting and adjusting sprayers, tillage equipment, planters, and combines.

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Principles of Agri Mechanics 2.5 DAY Aron Landsaw 11-10-14
12-11-14
WEST BLDG 124 MTWR 03:00PM
04:55PM
Comments: Class meets Nov 10- Dec 11
AGR-091-630
Covers theory and principles involved in hydraulics and their application to the mechanization and maintenance of farm power machinery.

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Hydraulics 3 DAY Staff 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 121 MTWR 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
AGR-122-12649
Economics principles applied directly to the organization and operation of midwest farms are discussed. Management effectiveness in cropping and livestock systems and resource utilization for maximum profit are stressed.


Prerequisites: AGR 121


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Farm Management 2.5 DAY Ellen Trainor 08-25-14
09-25-14
WEST BLDG 127 MTWR 03:00PM
04:40PM
Comments: Class meets August 25 - September 25
AGR-131-20165
Covers the use, sources, and methods of obtaining credit as it applies to farming and the farm supply business.

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Agriculture Business Financing 2 DAY Maria Boerngen 08-25-14
09-25-14
WEST BLDG 135 MTWR 02:45PM
04:00PM
Comments: Class meets August 25 - September 25
AGR-134-22272
An analytical approach to financial statements and records of agricultural business, implications and decisions made on the basis of these records.

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Business Analysis/Records 2 DAY Maria Boerngen 11-10-14
12-11-14
WEST BLDG 127 MTWR 01:00PM
02:15PM
Comments: Class meets Nov 10-Dec 11
AGR-151-22273
This class is designed to provide students the opportunity to become familiar with global positioning systems as they relate to agriculture and develop a working knowledge of variable rate systems.

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GPS/Applications in Ag 3 DAY Bryce Thornton 11-10-14
12-11-14
WEST BLDG 120 MTWR 03:00PM
05:30PM
Comments: Class meets Nov. 10-Dec. 11
AGR-153-2509
Designed to familiarize students with custom application equipment. Emphasis is placed on regulations, procedures, safety, environment, and professional conduct.

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Ag Custom Applications 3 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 124 MTWRF TBA
 
AGR-153-2831
Designed to familiarize students with custom application equipment. Emphasis is placed on regulations, procedures, safety, environment, and professional conduct.

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Ag Custom Applications 3 DAY Mark Niemerg 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 124 MTWRF TBA
 
AGR-205-18418
Application of the basics in the physical, chemical, and biological aspects in soils. Soils of Illinois and Indiana are emphasized along with concepts of fertility, conservation, and field descriptions.

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Intro/Soil Science 4 DAY Mark Niemerg 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 124 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
AGR-205-18418
Application of the basics in the physical, chemical, and biological aspects in soils. Soils of Illinois and Indiana are emphasized along with concepts of fertility, conservation, and field descriptions.

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Intro/Soil Science 4 DAY Mark Niemerg 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 124 T 09:00AM
11:00AM
 
AGR-206-1792
Focuses on a study of beef, swine, sheep, poultry, and horses; and the scientific factors affecting nutrition, selection and genetics, products, environment, and physiology.

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Intro/Animal Science 4 DAY Jon Althaus 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 136 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
AGR-206-1792
Focuses on a study of beef, swine, sheep, poultry, and horses; and the scientific factors affecting nutrition, selection and genetics, products, environment, and physiology.

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Intro/Animal Science 4 DAY Jon Althaus 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 123 R 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
AGR-206-19791
Focuses on a study of beef, swine, sheep, poultry, and horses; and the scientific factors affecting nutrition, selection and genetics, products, environment, and physiology.

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Intro/Animal Science 4 DAY Jon Althaus 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 120 MTF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
AGR-206-19791
Focuses on a study of beef, swine, sheep, poultry, and horses; and the scientific factors affecting nutrition, selection and genetics, products, environment, and physiology.

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Intro/Animal Science 4 DAY Jon Althaus 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 123 R 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
AGR-206-1987
Focuses on a study of beef, swine, sheep, poultry, and horses; and the scientific factors affecting nutrition, selection and genetics, products, environment, and physiology.

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Intro/Animal Science 4 DAY Samuel Orrick 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 119 MTF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
AGR-206-1987
Focuses on a study of beef, swine, sheep, poultry, and horses; and the scientific factors affecting nutrition, selection and genetics, products, environment, and physiology.

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Intro/Animal Science 4 DAY Samuel Orrick 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 123 R 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
AGR-207-1794
Principles of economics applied to problems in agriculture, marketing of agricultural products, agricultural policy, and the role of agriculture in the U.S. and world economies.

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Intro/Ag Economics 4 DAY Maria Boerngen 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 127 MWRF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
AGR-208-1795
Study of problems and laboratory exercises pointing to present and potential engineering applications in agriculture are presented. Emphasis is placed on farm power and machinery, soil and water control, electricity, and structures.

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Intro/Ag Mechanization 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 119 MW 02:00PM
03:50PM
 
Allied Health
AHE-040-11058
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 Jacy Ghast 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 104 TR 08:30AM
02:00PM
 
AHE-040-16443
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 EVE Vicky Wright 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 102 MR 04:30PM
09:00PM
 
AHE-040-16445
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 EVE Joellen Armstrong 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center LLB MW 04:00PM
09:00PM
 
AHE-040-23695
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 Karen Reeves 08-25-14
12-12-14
Marshall Eastern Educ. Center 102 MW 08:30AM
02:00PM
 
AHE-040-27485
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center LLB TR 08:30AM
02:00PM
 
AHE-040-30325
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 Mary Homann 08-25-14
12-12-14
Mattoon AAEC TR 08:30AM
02:00PM
 
AHE-041-13952
Focuses on vocabulary used in medicine, nursing and allied health occupations.

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Medical Terminology 3 WEB Jane Slaughter 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
AHE-041-16515
Focuses on vocabulary used in medicine, nursing and allied health occupations.

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Medical Terminology 3 WEB Jane Slaughter 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
AHE-041-8943
Focuses on vocabulary used in medicine, nursing and allied health occupations.

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Medical Terminology 3 WEB Jane Slaughter 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
AHE-041-992
Focuses on vocabulary used in medicine, nursing and allied health occupations.

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Medical Terminology 3 DAY Jane Slaughter 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 056 MTWRF TBA
 
AHE-042-30423
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
AHE-044-11112
This course provides basic concepts of both structural and functional changes caused by disease in tissues and organs as a basis for understanding clinical manifestations and principles of treatment.

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Pathophysiology 3 WEB Nicole Zeller 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
AHE-047-16263
The Phlebotomist is an integral member of the laboratory team who draws blood specimens. This course will include all aspects of specimen collection and processing while maintaining high standards of professionalism.

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Phlebotomy Techniques 4 EVE Kimberly Flexter 08-25-14
10-21-14
Kluthe Center 221 MR 05:00PM
08:30PM
Comments: Must take AHE 048 as well as AHE 047
AHE-047-995
The Phlebotomist is an integral member of the laboratory team who draws blood specimens. This course will include all aspects of specimen collection and processing while maintaining high standards of professionalism.

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Phlebotomy Techniques 4 EVE Sarah Hortenstine-Kirk 08-25-14
10-21-14
NEAL HALL 103 MR 04:30PM
08:00PM
Comments: Must take AHE 048 as well as 047
AHE-048-16269
This course provides intense clinical training in a patient care environment to achieve the skills required to become a competent and professional phlebotomist. Upon completion, student is eligible to take the PET (ASCP) certification exam.


Prerequisites: AHE 047


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Phlebotomy Practicum 2 EVE Kimberly Flexter 10-22-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
Comments: Must take AHE 047 as well as AHE 048
AHE-048-16273
This course provides intense clinical training in a patient care environment to achieve the skills required to become a competent and professional phlebotomist. Upon completion, student is eligible to take the PET (ASCP) certification exam.


Prerequisites: AHE 047


Course Outline


Phlebotomy Practicum 2 EVE Sarah Hortenstine-Kirk 10-22-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
Comments: Must take AHE 047 as well as AHE 048
AHE-055-2832
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
AHE-055-34757
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.

Course Outline


Math for Meds 2 DAY Cheryl Beam 08-27-14
12-10-14
TBA TBA W 09:00AM
11:00AM
 
AHE-055-997
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 Nichole Jones 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
Anthropology
ANT-200-1190
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.

Course Outline


General Anthropology 3 WEB Carolyn Stephens 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ANT-200-1193
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.

Course Outline


General Anthropology 3 EVE Carolyn Stephens 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 W 06:30PM
09:15PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
ANT-200-34569
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.

Course Outline


General Anthropology 3 EVE Carolyn Stephens 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 W 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
Art
ART-100-1029
Fundamental concepts and application of techniques of drawing, using a variety of media. Studies from nature and life-leading to an interpretative approach to understanding the visual environment.

Course Outline


Drawing I 3 DAY Michael Cohan 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 110 MW 01:00PM
03:30PM
 
ART-100-16585
Fundamental concepts and application of techniques of drawing, using a variety of media. Studies from nature and life-leading to an interpretative approach to understanding the visual environment.

Course Outline


Drawing I 3 DAY Michael Cohan 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 110 MW 08:20AM
10:50AM
 
ART-110-15451
A comprehensive study of the elements and principles of a two-dimensional design. Experience with a variety of materials and techniques.

Course Outline


2-D Design 3 DAY Jodi Birdwell 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 111 MW 01:00PM
03:30PM
 
ART-111-1031
A foundation studio course concerned with understanding how to manipulate basic elements and principles of design to develop visual images that exist in real space. A variety of experiences using different tools and media will be used to understand both the processes and products of 3-D design.

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3-D Design 3 DAY Jodi Birdwell 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 111 TR 09:00AM
11:30AM
 
ART-181-1033
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 DAY Robert Newell 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 108 M 02:20PM
06:00PM
 
ART-181-1813
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ART-181-33966
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 DAY Robert Newell 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 107 T 01:00PM
04:40PM
 
ART-181-34758
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".


Course Outline


Intro to Film Appreciation 3 WEB Robert Newell 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ART-205-33967
Introduction and application to opaque painting media; color mixing, canvas stretching and framing, composition, techniques, and styles of expression.


Prerequisites: ART 100


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Painting 3 DAY Michael Cohan 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 110 TR 01:45PM
04:15PM
 
ART-240-1034
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ART-250-10092
A survey of the visual arts from Ancient to contemporary times, an understanding the major cultural and historical relationships to the art forms.

Course Outline


Understanding Art 3 WEB Jodi Birdwell 10-22-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ART-250-1036
A survey of the visual arts from Ancient to contemporary times, an understanding the major cultural and historical relationships to the art forms.

Course Outline


Understanding Art 3 WEB Jodi Birdwell 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ART-250-1038
A survey of the visual arts from Ancient to contemporary times, an understanding the major cultural and historical relationships to the art forms.

Course Outline


Understanding Art 3 DAY Michael Cohan 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 110 TR 10:00AM
11:15AM
 
ART-250-1039
A survey of the visual arts from Ancient to contemporary times, an understanding the major cultural and historical relationships to the art forms.

Course Outline


Understanding Art 3 EVE Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 201 M 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
ART-260-1041
The primary focus of this course will involve an understanding of the historical developments of the visual arts (painting, sculpture, architecture) from Pre-historic through the Gothic period. Works of art will be examined as expressions of ideas, beliefs and practices of artists, cultures and societies. The relationship between the style, symbolism and function of art; the political, religious and philosophical ideas supporting them; and the ideals of the culture that produced them will also be explored.

Course Outline


Art History I 3 DAY Michael Cohan 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 TR 12:00PM
01:15PM
 
Automotive Technology
AUT-048-1864
This course is a study of chemicals, shop safety and operations, tools and equipment, and careers in automotive technology. Techniques associated with electrical/electronics, heating and air conditioning, engine repair, brakes, steering and suspension, and engine performance will be discussed.

Course Outline


Intro to Automotive Technology 2 DAY Kevin Miller 08-25-14
12-12-14
VT 217 MF 09:00AM
10:15AM
 
AUT-048-1865
This course is a study of chemicals, shop safety and operations, tools and equipment, and careers in automotive technology. Techniques associated with electrical/electronics, heating and air conditioning, engine repair, brakes, steering and suspension, and engine performance will be discussed.

Course Outline


Intro to Automotive Technology 2 DAY Kevin Miller 08-25-14
12-12-14
VT 217 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
AUT-048-8369
This course is a study of chemicals, shop safety and operations, tools and equipment, and careers in automotive technology. Techniques associated with electrical/electronics, heating and air conditioning, engine repair, brakes, steering and suspension, and engine performance will be discussed.

Course Outline


Intro to Automotive Technology 2 DAY Kevin Miller 08-25-14
12-12-14
VT 107 MF 07:00AM
08:15AM
 
AUT-050-1866
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.

Course Outline


Engine Repair 5 DAY Kevin Miller 08-25-14
10-21-14
VT 107 TR 08:00AM
11:50AM
 
AUT-050-1866
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.

Course Outline


Engine Repair 5 DAY Kevin Miller 08-25-14
10-21-14
VT 107 TR 01:00PM
04:50PM
 
AUT-050-1867
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.

Course Outline


Engine Repair 5 DAY Kevin Miller 10-22-14
12-12-14
VT 107 TR 08:00AM
11:50AM
 
AUT-050-1867
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.

Course Outline


Engine Repair 5 DAY Kevin Miller 10-22-14
12-12-14
VT 107 TR 01:00PM
04:50PM
 
AUT-051-1868
This course is a study of the principles of electricity and electrical circuit design and diagnosing. Covers battery diagnosis and service. Starting Systems diagnosis and repair will be discussed.

Course Outline


Electrical Systems I 4 DAY Brian Madlem 08-25-14
12-12-14
VT 114 MWF 01:00PM
02:50PM
 
AUT-051-1869
This course is a study of the principles of electricity and electrical circuit design and diagnosing. Covers battery diagnosis and service. Starting Systems diagnosis and repair will be discussed.

Course Outline


Electrical Systems I 4 DAY Brian Madlem 08-25-14
12-12-14
VT 114 MWF 09:00AM
10:50AM
 
AUT-059-1873
This course is a study of diagnosis and repair of the charging and lighting systems. A discussion of accessories, including air bags, gauges, will also be covered.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 AUT 051 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


Electrical Systems II 4 DAY Brian Madlem 08-25-14
12-12-14
VT 114 TR 12:00PM
02:50PM
 
AUT-080-1875
This course is a study of steering systems, front and rear suspension systems. It also covers basic wheel alignment, diagnosis and repair culminating in complete four wheel computerized alignment.


Prerequisites: AUT 048 and AUT 053 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


Steering and Suspension 4 DAY Kevin Miller 08-25-14
12-12-14
VT 107 MW 01:00PM
03:50PM
 
AUT-081-1878
This course is a study of fuel and exhaust systems, including carburetion, fuel injection, and computer-controlled fuel systems. Diesel fuel injection and turbo-chargers will also be discussed.


Prequisites: AUT 051 AUT 052


Course Outline


Engine Performance II 5 DAY Brian Madlem 08-25-14
12-12-14
VT 114 TR 08:00AM
11:25AM
 
Building Construction Technology
BCT-045-1879
Enables the student to interpret architectural and engineering working drawings and specifications for residential and commercial construction. Incorporates site visits when possible.


Prerequisites: TEC 045


Course Outline


Plans and Specifications 3 DAY Neal Haarman 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 101 TR 02:00PM
04:30PM
 
BCT-050-1880
Designed to give the student a basic understanding of the properties, uses and limitations of construction materials. Emphasis is placed on concrete, steel and wood. Enables the student to interpret architectural and engineering working drawings and specifications for residential and commercial construction. Incorporates site visits when possible.

Course Outline


Construction Materials 3 DAY Neal Haarman 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 113 MF 02:00PM
04:30PM
 
BCT-064-27833
This course will focus on the fundamentals of building layout, grade staking, topographic surveying, the use of a laser level, cut and fill calculations, checking square, and will further develop the leveling and angular measurement skills learned in Surveying I. (Repeatable 3 times).


Prerequisites: CET 060, TEC 052


Course Outline


Construction Surveying Layout 3 DAY Neal Haarman 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 101 MF 07:45AM
10:00AM
 
BCT-064-27833
This course will focus on the fundamentals of building layout, grade staking, topographic surveying, the use of a laser level, cut and fill calculations, checking square, and will further develop the leveling and angular measurement skills learned in Surveying I. (Repeatable 3 times).


Prerequisites: CET 060, TEC 052


Course Outline


Construction Surveying Layout 3 DAY Neal Haarman 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 101 W 08:00AM
11:00AM
 
BCT-078-28426
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.

Course Outline


Architectural S.O.E. 3 DAY Neal Haarman 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
Bio-Science
BIO-050-10166
This course provides the fundamentals of anatomical structures and functions of the human body.

Course Outline


Basic Anatomy & Physiology 4 WEB Marc Dal Ponte 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BIO-050-19088
This course provides the fundamentals of anatomical structures and functions of the human body.

Course Outline


Basic Anatomy & Physiology 4 DAY David Turnbull 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 TR 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
BIO-050-539
This course provides the fundamentals of anatomical structures and functions of the human body.

Course Outline


Basic Anatomy & Physiology 4 EVE Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 104 TR 05:30PM
07:10PM
 
BIO-100-16630
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 EVE Brent Todd 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 MW 05:30PM
07:45PM
 
BIO-100-18902
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
Hybrid NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-100-18902
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 R 09:00AM
10:40AM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-100-18902
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 T 09:00AM
09:50AM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-100-1953
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Brenda Roedl 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 223 MW 10:00AM
12:15PM
 
BIO-100-1955
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Sterling Walden 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 223 MW 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
BIO-100-1955
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Sterling Walden 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 223 F 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
BIO-100-27375
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Bryan Thompson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 MF 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
BIO-100-27375
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Bryan Thompson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 W 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
BIO-100-30270
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Holly Dust 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 223 TR 02:00PM
04:15PM
 
BIO-100-3500
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 MTF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
BIO-100-3500
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 R 10:00AM
11:40AM
 
BIO-100-3617
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 MWF 02:00PM
02:50PM
 
BIO-100-3617
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 T 02:00PM
03:40PM
 
BIO-100-542
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Scott Gradle 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 TR 03:00PM
05:15PM
 
BIO-100-543
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
BIO-100-543
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 R 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
BIO-100-544
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus 2 days per week
BIO-100-544
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 M 11:00AM
11:50AM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus 2 days per week
BIO-100-544
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 F 11:00AM
12:40PM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus 2 days per week
BIO-100-545
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Tiffany Maillet-Gibson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
BIO-100-545
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Tiffany Maillet-Gibson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 T 10:00AM
11:40AM
 
BIO-100-546
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 MTF 12:00PM
12:50PM
 
BIO-100-546
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 R 11:00AM
12:40PM
 
BIO-100-547
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Tiffany Maillet-Gibson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
BIO-100-547
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Tiffany Maillet-Gibson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 T 12:00PM
01:40PM
 
BIO-100-549
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 WEB Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Class meets every Thursday on campus for lab
BIO-100-549
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 WEB Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 R 01:00PM
02:40PM
Comments: Class meets every Thursday on campus for lab
BIO-100-553
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 WEB Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Lab dates: Sep. 6 & 27 Oct. 25 Nov. 15 and Dec. 6
BIO-100-553
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 WEB Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 S 08:00AM
01:00PM
Comments: Lab dates: Sep. 6 & 27 Oct. 25 Nov. 15 and Dec. 6
BIO-100-558
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 DAY Sterling Walden 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 223 TR 08:00AM
10:15AM
 
BIO-100-559
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 EVE Scott Gradle 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 TR 06:00PM
08:15PM
 
BIO-100-560
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Course Objective


Bio Science I 4 EVE Derrick Douros 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 223 MW 06:00PM
08:15PM
 
BIO-111-563
A survey of the plant kingdom with emphasis on evolutionary advancements and the structure and function of plants and their economic importance.


Prerequisites: BIO 100


Course Outline


General Botany 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
BIO-111-563
A survey of the plant kingdom with emphasis on evolutionary advancements and the structure and function of plants and their economic importance.


Prerequisites: BIO 100


Course Outline


General Botany 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 R 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
BIO-116-564
An introduction to the basic concepts of animal life and its diversity. Including: taxonomy, cellular and organismic structure and function, development and economic importance.


Prerequisites: Bio 100


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General Zoology 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
BIO-116-564
An introduction to the basic concepts of animal life and its diversity. Including: taxonomy, cellular and organismic structure and function, development and economic importance.


Prerequisites: Bio 100


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General Zoology 4 DAY Lucinda Horton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 108 T 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
BIO-120-565
Designed to give practical science experience to students of child care, elementary and special education. Much of the time is spent learning to do things rather than learning about things.

Course Outline


Natural Science 3 DAY Bryan Thompson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 MW 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
BIO-120-565
Designed to give practical science experience to students of child care, elementary and special education. Much of the time is spent learning to do things rather than learning about things.

Course Outline


Natural Science 3 DAY Bryan Thompson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 F 10:00AM
11:40AM
 
BIO-130-566
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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Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
BIO-130-566
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.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 T 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
BIO-130-567
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.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
BIO-130-567
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.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 R 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
BIO-130-568
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.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 MRF 12:00PM
12:50PM
 
BIO-130-568
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.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 T 12:00PM
01:40PM
 
BIO-130-569
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.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 WEB Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Labs meet on campus on Aug. 27 Sep. 10 & 24 Oct. 8 22 Nov. 5 & 19 Dec. 3 & 17
BIO-130-569
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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Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 WEB Jeffrey White 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 W 06:00PM
07:40PM
Comments: Labs meet on campus on Aug. 27 Sep. 10 & 24 Oct. 8 22 Nov. 5 & 19 Dec. 3 & 17
BIO-130-570
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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Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Brenda Roedl 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 223 MW 01:00PM
03:15PM
 
BIO-130-583
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.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Nancy Grant 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 MW 03:00PM
04:40PM
 
BIO-130-583
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.

Course Outline

Course Objective


Environmental Science 4 DAY Nancy Grant 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 105 F 03:00PM
03:50PM
 
BIO-160-7939
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Genetics 3 DAY Brenda Hunzinger 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 106 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
BIO-225-10172
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Donald Freesmeier 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 TR 03:00PM
05:45PM
 
BIO-225-28109
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Ikemefuna Nwosu 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 MWF 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
BIO-225-34538
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Marc Dal Ponte 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 TR 08:00AM
10:30AM
 
BIO-225-571
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 WEB David Turnbull 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-225-571
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 WEB David Turnbull 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 MF 10:00AM
11:40AM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-225-572
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Marc Dal Ponte 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: This is a hybrid section that meets on campus 2 days each week.
BIO-225-572
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Marc Dal Ponte 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 MF 10:00AM
11:40AM
Comments: This is a hybrid section that meets on campus 2 days each week.
BIO-225-573
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Ikemefuna Nwosu 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 TR 01:00PM
03:30PM
 
BIO-225-575
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY David Turnbull 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 TR 09:20AM
11:50AM
 
BIO-225-576
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 WEB David Turnbull 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-225-576
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 WEB David Turnbull 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 MW 01:00PM
02:40PM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus two days a week
BIO-225-577
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 EVE Donald Freesmeier 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 TR 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
BIO-225-7634
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Marc Dal Ponte 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 MF 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
BIO-225-7634
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


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys I 4 DAY Marc Dal Ponte 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 W 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
BIO-226-10395
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys II 4 WEB Marc Dal Ponte 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus four days a week
BIO-226-10395
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys II 4 WEB Marc Dal Ponte 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 102 MTRF 12:00PM
12:50PM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus four days a week
BIO-226-18786
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys II 4 DAY James Filipiak 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 MW 03:00PM
05:45PM
 
BIO-226-578
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys II 4 WEB Ikemefuna Nwosu 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus 2 days per week
BIO-226-578
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys II 4 WEB Ikemefuna Nwosu 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 TR 11:00AM
12:40PM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus 2 days per week
BIO-226-579
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


Prerequisites: BIO 225


Course Outline


Human Ana/Phys II 4 EVE James Filipiak 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 104 MW 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
BIO-235-26295
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


Course Outline


Microbiology 4 DAY Suzett Doty 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 118 TR 08:10AM
10:40AM
 
BIO-235-30129
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


Course Outline


Microbiology 4 DAY Ikemefuna Nwosu 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus 2 days a week.
BIO-235-30129
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


Course Outline


Microbiology 4 DAY Ikemefuna Nwosu 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 118 MF 10:00AM
11:40AM
Comments: Hybrid class that meets on campus 2 days a week.
BIO-235-580
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


Course Outline


Microbiology 4 DAY Suzett Doty 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 118 MWF 08:10AM
09:50AM
 
BIO-235-581
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


Course Outline


Microbiology 4 DAY Suzett Doty 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 118 MTR 12:00PM
01:40PM
 
Business
BUS-056-1517
Enables the student to participate in group discussions relating to successful employment. The student must complete a project relating to his/her job. This course must be taken concurrently with the Marketing Internship and is repeatable for credit.

Course Outline


Marketing Seminar 1 WEB John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-057-1518
Provides employment experience in a position consistent with the career objective of the student. The position must be approved by the program director. This fall, spring, or summer semester variable credit course may be taken as the first or second student internship and is repeatable for credit. To be taken concurrently with BUS 056.

Course Outline


Marketing Internship 4 DAY John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-059-15317
Introduction to types of medical insurance and procedural and diagnostic coding. Includes preparation of insurance forms, ICD-10-CM coding, procedural coding using HCPCS system, common insurance carriers and claims processing guidelines, Medicare, Medicaid, and workers' compensation.

Course Outline


Medical Insurance and Coding 3 WEB Lisa Bluhm 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-061-1521
Designed to develop skill in transcribing recorded dictation for a variety of business sectors in an efficient manner using proper formats, spelling, and grammar.


Prerequisites: BUS 113


Course Outline


Office Transcription 1 WEB Katherine Hickenbottom 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-062-1522
Designed to develop skills in transcribing recorded legal dictation in an efficient manner using proper formulas, spelling, grammar, and legal terminology.


Prerequisites: BUS 113


Course Outline


Legal Transcription 1 WEB Katherine Hickenbottom 10-22-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-063-1523
Designed to develop skill in transcribing recorded medical dictation in an efficient manner using proper formats, grammar, spelling, and medical terminology.


Prerequisites: BUS 113, AHE 041


Course Outline


Medical Transcription 1 WEB Kathleen Daugherty 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-065-1525
Gives knowledge and understanding of terms commonly used in the legal profession. Students learn to define terms and use them in legal context.

Course Outline


Legal Terminology 1 WEB Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-074-1528
Enables the student to participate in discussions relating to successful employment. The student must complete a project relating to his/her job. This course must be taken concurrently with the Management Internship and is repeatable for credit.

Course Outline


Management Seminar 1 WEB John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-076-1529
Provides employment experience in a position consistent with the career objective of the student. The position must be approved by the program director. This fall, spring, or summer semester variable credit course may be taken as the first or second student internship and is repeatable for credit. To be taken concurrently with BUS 056.

Course Outline


Management Internship 4 DAY John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWR TBA
 
BUS-078-1530
Designed as a capstone class for both Management and Marketing majors. Areas of concentration will include current topics in business, job seeking and keeping skills, organizational politics and diplomacy, and an in depth examination of management/marketing concepts.

Course Outline


Management/Marketing Capstone 1 EVE John Carpenter 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 T 06:30PM
08:30PM
 
BUS-080-12669
Enables the student to participate in discussions relating to successful employment. This course must be taken concurrently with the internship course BUS 081, BUS 082, or BUS 083.

Course Outline


Office Technology Seminar 1 WEB Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-081-1533
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


Course Outline


Office Technology Internship 5 DAY Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-082-1534
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-083-15321
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


Course Outline


Ofc Tech Internship-Medical 5 DAY Kathleen Daugherty 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-084-10993
Realistic dictation with comprehensive terminology in 13 specialties by medical professionals from various ethnic groups.


Prerequisites: BUS 063


Course Outline


Adv Medical Transcription 1 WEB Kathleen Daugherty 10-22-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-085-1536
Develops a foundation and a working knowledge of the basic accounting procedures. Students will work through the accounting cycle.

Course Outline


Accounting Process 1 WEB Tynia Kessler 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-085-1537
Develops a foundation and a working knowledge of the basic accounting procedures. Students will work through the accounting cycle.

Course Outline


Accounting Process 1 DAY Tynia Kessler 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 MF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
BUS-085-1538
Develops a foundation and a working knowledge of the basic accounting procedures. Students will work through the accounting cycle.

Course Outline


Accounting Process 1 DAY Tynia Kessler 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEBB HALL 105 MF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
BUS-086-1543
Develops a working knowledge of some of the statistical tools used in business analysis and decision making.

Course Outline


Statistics for Bus 3 DAY Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
BUS-086-1545
Develops a working knowledge of some of the statistical tools used in business analysis and decision making.

Course Outline


Statistics for Bus 3 DAY Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
BUS-087-9016
Designed to provide employment experience in a position that will utilize the specialized skills of the student. The position must be approved by the accounting program coordinator.

Course Outline


Accounting Internship 3 DAY Cynthia Phipps 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-089-1548
Covers entrepreneurship opportunities and challenges facing small business managers including how to conceptualize a feasible business concept, develop a comprehensive business plan, obtain start-up capital, execute the firms strategy, and maintain financial and inventory control.

Course Outline


Small Business Management 3 EVE Andrew Fearn 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 M 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-089-22230
Covers entrepreneurship opportunities and challenges facing small business managers including how to conceptualize a feasible business concept, develop a comprehensive business plan, obtain start-up capital, execute the firms strategy, and maintain financial and inventory control.

Course Outline


Small Business Management 3 DAY Tynia Kessler 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 105 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
BUS-092-1550
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.

Course Outline


Principles of Selling 3 EVE Charles Stanley 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
BUS-092-1811
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.

Course Outline


Principles of Selling 3 EVE Charles Stanley 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
BUS-094-1552
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.

Course Outline


Business Math 3 DAY Cynthia Phipps 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
BUS-094-1553
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.

Course Outline


Business Math 3 EVE Madge Shoot 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-094-16697
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.

Course Outline


Business Math 3 DAY Katherine Hickenbottom 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
BUS-095-1555
An introduction to basic accounting principles and techniques designed to give the student a general knowledge of accounting practices and terminology.

Course Outline


Fundamentals of Accounting 3 DAY Tynia Kessler 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 102 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
BUS-095-1560
An introduction to basic accounting principles and techniques designed to give the student a general knowledge of accounting practices and terminology.

Course Outline


Fundamentals of Accounting 3 WEB Tynia Kessler 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-095-19750
An introduction to basic accounting principles and techniques designed to give the student a general knowledge of accounting practices and terminology.

Course Outline


Fundamentals of Accounting 3 EVE Kathleen Schmitz 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 T 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-096-1558
Focuses on a practical study of the current federal revenue act as it relates to business and individuals.

Course Outline


Fed Tax Accounting 3 EVE Leigh Cottingham 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 M 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-097-1559
A study of job order, process and standard cost systems and management's uses of cost information for planning and control.


Prerequisites: BUS 151 with grade of 'C' or higher


Course Outline


Prin/Cost Account 3 EVE Michelle Nuzum 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-098-1561
Provides an in-depth study of accounting theory and current practice. Includes the development of accounting theory, the format and content of the financial statements, and emphasizes assets.


Prerequisites: BUS 151 with grade of 'C' or higher


Course Outline


Intermediate Accounting 3 DAY Cynthia Phipps 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
BUS-099-15322
A capstone course which reinforces financial accounting concepts and procedures through the use of personal computers and popular commercial software. A comprehensive study of computerized accounting systems in both service and merchandising environments.


Prerequisites: BUS 095 or BUS 151


Course Outline


Computerized Accounting 3 EVE Carrie Bridges 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 T 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-113-1563
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.

Course Outline


Keyboarding 3 DAY Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 109 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
BUS-113-1565
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.

Course Outline


Keyboarding 3 WEB Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-114-1568
Development of skill in formatting business correspondence, reports, forms, and tables to meet mailability and production standards. Instruction on word processing software is integrated throughout the course.


Prerequisites: BUS 113 or ability to type 40 words per minute


Course Outline


Advanced Formatting 3 DAY Kathy Black 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 102 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
BUS-114-1570
Development of skill in formatting business correspondence, reports, forms, and tables to meet mailability and production standards. Instruction on word processing software is integrated throughout the course.


Prerequisites: BUS 113 or ability to type 40 words per minute


Course Outline


Advanced Formatting 3 DAY Kathy Black 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 102 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
BUS-120-25761
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>
Course Outline


Business Career Development 3 DAY Kathy Black 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
BUS-123-1572
Develops skill using abbreviated writing in order to take notes quickly and accurately. Provides instruction for beginners who transcribe business letters, memos, and reports quickly in acceptable formatted copy meeting strict mailability standards.

Course Outline


Notetaking 4 DAY Kathleen Daugherty 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 102 MTRF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
BUS-123-1573
Develops skill using abbreviated writing in order to take notes quickly and accurately. Provides instruction for beginners who transcribe business letters, memos, and reports quickly in acceptable formatted copy meeting strict mailability standards.

Course Outline


Notetaking 4 DAY Kathleen Daugherty 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 102 MTRF 12:00PM
12:50PM
 
BUS-134-1575
A study of the planning and startup phases of an e-business, including topics on the global e-business economy, financing options, marketing, legal issues, web site issues, risk management, and security.

Course Outline


Principles of E-Commerce 3 WEB Darlene Greathouse-Riedemann 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-141-13393
Provides students a practical strategy for creating successful communication products used in business.


Prerequisites: BUS 113 or the equivalent


Course Outline


Business Communications 3 WEB Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-141-1578
Provides students a practical strategy for creating successful communication products used in business.


Prerequisites: BUS 113 or the equivalent


Course Outline


Business Communications 3 DAY Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 TR 01:00PM
02:15PM
 
BUS-141-1858
Provides students a practical strategy for creating successful communication products used in business.


Prerequisites: BUS 113 or the equivalent


Course Outline


Business Communications 3 EVE Andrea Imes 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 221 W 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-142-1579
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 WEB Marcy Satterwhite 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-142-1580
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 DAY Carla Huddlestun 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 MWF 02:00PM
02:50PM
 
BUS-142-1581
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 DAY Carla Huddlestun 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
BUS-142-1583
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 DAY John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
BUS-142-1585
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 DAY Carla Huddlestun 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
BUS-142-1586
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 DAY John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
BUS-142-1587
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 WEB Marcy Satterwhite 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-142-1591
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 EVE Andrea Imes 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 105 M 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-142-1593
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 EVE William Elliott 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 W 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-142-2289
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.

Course Outline


Introduction to Business 3 DAY Steven Harmon 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 220 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
BUS-151-1595
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


Course Outline


Financial Accounting 3 DAY Cynthia Phipps 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
BUS-151-1596
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


Course Outline


Financial Accounting 3 DAY Tynia Kessler 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
BUS-151-1601
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


Course Outline


Financial Accounting 3 DAY Cynthia Phipps 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
BUS-151-1602
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


Course Outline


Financial Accounting 3 WEB Cynthia Phipps 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-151-1604
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


Course Outline


Financial Accounting 3 EVE Ann Prahl 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-151-22238
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


Course Outline


Financial Accounting 3 DAY Tynia Kessler 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 222 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
BUS-152-1606
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


Course Outline


Managerial Accounting 3 WEB Cynthia Phipps 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-152-1607
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


Course Outline


Managerial Accounting 3 DAY Cynthia Phipps 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
BUS-152-1608
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


Course Outline


Managerial Accounting 3 EVE Leigh Cottingham 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 W 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-200-1609
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.

Course Outline


Legal Environ/Business 3 DAY Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
BUS-200-1610
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.

Course Outline


Legal Environ/Business 3 DAY Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
BUS-200-1612
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.

Course Outline


Legal Environ/Business 3 EVE Kristin Wilson 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 W 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-200-1614
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.

Course Outline


Legal Environ/Business 3 WEB Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-247-1615
Covers the selection of target markets; the controllable variables of the marketing mix including product, place, price and promotion; and the uncontrollable variables including legal environment, economic environment, resources and objectives, cultural environment and the existing business structure.

Course Outline


Principles of Marketing 3 DAY John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
BUS-247-1616
Covers the selection of target markets; the controllable variables of the marketing mix including product, place, price and promotion; and the uncontrollable variables including legal environment, economic environment, resources and objectives, cultural environment and the existing business structure.

Course Outline


Principles of Marketing 3 WEB Pamela Mulvey 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-251-1618
Provides an overview of how managers utilize planning, organization, leadership, and control in order to ensure that a firm achieves its goals in the most efficient way possible.

Course Outline


Principles of Management 3 WEB John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-251-1619
Provides an overview of how managers utilize planning, organization, leadership, and control in order to ensure that a firm achieves its goals in the most efficient way possible.

Course Outline


Principles of Management 3 DAY John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
BUS-281-10187
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


Course Outline


Business Statistics 3 EVE Austin Frank 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 103 M 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
BUS-281-1622
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


Course Outline


Business Statistics 3 WEB Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-281-1623
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


Course Outline


Business Statistics 3 DAY Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
BUS-281-30814
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


Course Outline


Business Statistics 3 DAY Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
BUS-287-1738
An introduction to foreign trade theory and practice, with special emphasis on cultural diversity in the areas of marketing, management, finance economics, and the environment in which businesses function. Transfers as elective credit only.


Prerequisites: BUS 142 or Consent of instructor


Course Outline


Intro International Business 3 WEB Marty Hanson 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
BUS-290-1626
The managerial process of planning, developing, and controlling human resources within the organization is examined. Special emphasis will be placed on the areas of recruiting, selection, training, labor relations, salary, and fringe benefit administration. Transfers as elective credit only.


Prerequisites: BUS 142 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


Human Resource Management 3 DAY John Carpenter 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 107 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
Computer Aided Drafting
CAD-056-1882
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)

Course Outline


CAD I 2 DAY Leo Kitten 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 112 MW 08:00AM
10:50AM
 
CAD-056-1883
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)

Course Outline


CAD I 2 WEB Leo Kitten 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CAD-056-1884
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)

Course Outline


CAD I 2 EVE Staff 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 112 TR 06:30PM
09:10PM
 
CAD-057-1903
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 DAY Leo Kitten 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 112 MW 01:00PM
03:05PM
 
CAD-057-1904
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 112 M 05:00PM
09:15PM
 
CAD-058-1905
This course familiarizes the student with the setup, use and features of various CAD systems. Such subjects as operating systems, file management and customizing AutoCAD are also studied.


Prerequisites: CAD 056


Course Outline


CAD Drafting Systems 2 DAY Leo Kitten 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 112 TR 08:00AM
10:50AM
 
CAD-060-1907
This course is an in depth study of three-dimensional solid modeling using different computer aided design programs. The student will learn to create, view, render and plot 3D models.


Prerequisites: CAD 057


Course Outline


3D Solid Modeling 3 DAY Leo Kitten 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 112 TR 01:00PM
02:50PM
 
CAD-075-1908
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
Civil Engineering Technology
CET-051-1910
Study of civil construction including types of projects, personnel, equipment, materials, and methods. Blue print reading and specification interpretation for heavy construction is also emphasized.

Course Outline


Civil Construction I 3 DAY Galen Altman 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 138 T 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
CET-051-1910
Study of civil construction including types of projects, personnel, equipment, materials, and methods. Blue print reading and specification interpretation for heavy construction is also emphasized.

Course Outline


Civil Construction I 3 DAY Galen Altman 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 138 R 08:00AM
09:50AM
 
CET-051-1911
Study of civil construction including types of projects, personnel, equipment, materials, and methods. Blue print reading and specification interpretation for heavy construction is also emphasized.

Course Outline


Civil Construction I 3 DAY Galen Altman 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 138 T 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
CET-051-1911
Study of civil construction including types of projects, personnel, equipment, materials, and methods. Blue print reading and specification interpretation for heavy construction is also emphasized.

Course Outline


Civil Construction I 3 DAY Galen Altman 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 138 R 08:00AM
09:50AM
 
CET-052-1913
Familiarizes the student with basic concepts of construction management with special emphasis on contracts, cost estimating, progress scheduling, engineering economics, and quality control.


Prerequisites: CET 051


Course Outline


Civil Construction II 3 DAY Galen Altman 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 138 MF 08:30AM
09:45AM
 
CET-054-1914
Familiarizes the student with basic concepts of construction management with special emphasis on contracts, cost estimating, progress scheduling, engineering economics, and quality control.


Prerequisites: TEC 050


Course Outline


Soils + Aggregates 4 DAY Galen Altman 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 137 MTRF 10:00AM
12:50PM
 
CET-054-1915
Familiarizes the student with basic concepts of construction management with special emphasis on contracts, cost estimating, progress scheduling, engineering economics, and quality control.


Prerequisites: TEC 050


Course Outline


Soils + Aggregates 4 DAY Galen Altman 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 137 MTRF 01:00PM
03:50PM
 
CET-060-1916
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 Rick Watson 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 137 MTRF 10:00AM
11:50AM
 
CET-060-1917
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 Rick Watson 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 137 MTRF 01:00PM
02:50PM
 
CET-062-1920
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 DAY Galen Altman 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 138 MTRF 10:00AM
11:50AM
 
CET-077-1921
Enables the student to gain on the job experience in Civil Engineering Technology.


Prerequisites: CET 076


Course Outline


Supervised Occupational Exp 6 DAY Galen Altman 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
CET-082-1923
Focuses on developing competence in drafting structural and detail drawings with special emphasis on interpreting field data to produce highway construction drawings and specifications.


Prerequisites: CAD 056


Course Outline


Civil Drafting 3 DAY Timothy Van Dyke 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 101 TR 07:50AM
09:55AM
 
Chemistry
CHM-111-16586
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 Amelia Thomas 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 W 02:00PM
03:40PM
 
CHM-111-16586
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 Amelia Thomas 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 MF 02:00PM
03:15PM
 
CHM-111-28134
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 Amelia Thomas 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 MRF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
CHM-111-28134
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 Amelia Thomas 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 T 10:00AM
11:40AM
 
CHM-111-601
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
CHM-111-601
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 T 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
CHM-111-603
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 Suzett Doty 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 MF 10:00AM
11:40AM
 
CHM-111-603
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 Suzett Doty 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 W 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
CHM-111-604
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 EVE Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 TR 06:00PM
08:15PM
 
CHM-111-8767
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CHM-111-8767
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 T 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
CHM-120-13486
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
CHM-120-13486
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 R 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
CHM-120-605
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
CHM-120-605
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 T 08:00AM
09:40AM
 
CHM-150-28194
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 MTF 12:00PM
12:50PM
 
CHM-150-28194
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 104 R 12:00PM
02:30PM
 
CHM-150-606
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 Iffat Ali 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CHM-150-606
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 Iffat Ali 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 T 01:00PM
03:30PM
 
CHM-150-607
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 Iffat Ali 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 MWF 02:00PM
02:50PM
 
CHM-150-607
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 Iffat Ali 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 R 01:00PM
03:30PM
 
CHM-150-608
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
CHM-150-608
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 T 09:00AM
11:30AM
 
CHM-150-609
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 Iffat Ali 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
CHM-150-609
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 Iffat Ali 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 102 R 08:00AM
10:30AM
 
CHM-150-610
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CHM-150-610
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 T 01:00PM
03:30PM
 
CHM-151-18794
Continues the study of general chemical principles.


Prerequisites: CHM 150


Course Outline


General Chemistry II 4 DAY Gregory Capitosti 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 MTF 12:00PM
12:50PM
 
CHM-151-18794
Continues the study of general chemical principles.


Prerequisites: CHM 150


Course Outline


General Chemistry II 4 DAY Gregory Capitosti 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 R 12:00PM
02:30PM
 
CHM-243-21818
Fundamental introduction to organic chemistry including a study of hydrocarbons and alcohols with spectroscopy, stereochemistry, and reaction mechanisms. To be taken concurrently with CHM 253.


Prerequisites: CHM 151


Course Outline


Organic Chemistry I 4 DAY Gregory Capitosti 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 MTWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
Comments: Students must enroll in CHM-253 during the same term.
CHM-253-22783
Laboratory course introduces synthesis and the basic techniques for the separation, isolation, purification and identification of organic compounds. Course is designed for concurrent registration in CHM 243.

Course Outline


Organic Chemistry Lab I 1 DAY Gregory Capitosti 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 108 R 08:00AM
10:30AM
Comments: Students must enroll in CHM-243 during the same term.
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
CIM-044-18467
A comprehensive study of industrial robotics used in computer integrated manufacturing systems. Some areas of study include history, classification, tooling, sensors, safety and justification of robotic systems. The student will learn robotics related to manufacturing, and fundamental robotic programming. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Industrial Robotics 2 WEB Leo Kitten 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIM-050-34821
A study designed to highlight the theory and application of CNC machining centers, machine configuration, fixture and tool offsets/compensations, production runs, setup and cycle time reductions.


Prerequisites: MTT 050


Course Outline


CNC Machine Operator 3 EVE Staff 11-10-14
12-11-14
VT 118 MTWR 06:30PM
09:30PM
 
CIM-092-18466
An introduction to the use of a CAD/CAM system. Student will learn to use a computer for design and to automatically create programs to control manufacturing equipment.


Prerequisites: MTT 060, CAD 056


Course Outline


Computer-Aided Manufacturing 3 DAY Leo Kitten 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 106 MWF 08:00AM
10:40AM
 
Computer Information Systems
CIS-040-12689
An operational oriented course which involves student experience using hardware, software, peripherals, operating procedures, and internet. Designed for novice computer users. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Introduction to Computers 1 WKD Carrie Bridges 09-27-14
09-27-14
WEBB HALL 102 S 08:30AM
01:00PM
Comments: Class meets Sept. 27 Oct. 4 11
CIS-040-12689
An operational oriented course which involves student experience using hardware, software, peripherals, operating procedures, and internet. Designed for novice computer users. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Introduction to Computers 1 WKD Carrie Bridges 10-04-14
10-04-14
WEBB HALL 102 S 08:30AM
01:00PM
Comments: Class meets Sept. 27 Oct. 4 11
CIS-040-12689
An operational oriented course which involves student experience using hardware, software, peripherals, operating procedures, and internet. Designed for novice computer users. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Introduction to Computers 1 WKD Carrie Bridges 10-11-14
10-11-14
WEBB HALL 102 S 08:30AM
01:00PM
Comments: Class meets Sept. 27 Oct. 4 11
CIS-040-1633
An operational oriented course which involves student experience using hardware, software, peripherals, operating procedures, and internet. Designed for novice computer users. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


Introduction to Computers 1 EVE Carrie Bridges 10-22-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 225 W 06:30PM
08:10PM
 
CIS-040-34293
An operational oriented course which involves student experience using hardware, software, peripherals, operating procedures, and internet. Designed for novice computer users. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Introduction to Computers 1 DAY Jill Bushue 08-18-14
08-21-14
WEBB HALL 102 MTWR 08:00AM
12:00PM
 
CIS-049-33161
The basics of Adobe Flash, web animation software, will be covered including working with graphics and sounds, using the drawing tools, creating animations and special effects, using actionscripts, and publishing movies. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 099 or concurrent enrollment


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Content Management Systems 2 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 MW 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CIS-052-18457
Continuation of fundamentals of programming selection,iteration, and condition structures. Introduction to graphical interface(s) and object-oriented, event-driven applications requiring the use of controls, events, arrays, error handling and more. Also includes Mobile, Office and ASP.NET applications, ADO.NET and classes. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 156


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Visual Basic 4 DAY Angela Davison 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 110 TR 10:00AM
12:00PM
 
CIS-054-1637
Introduction to the graphic presentation software PowerPoint. The basics of PowerPoint will be covered including creating, editing, and formatting slides; adding clip art and pictures; and creating various charts and graphs. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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PowerPoint 2 WEB Susan Nugent 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-055-1638
An introduction to the word processing software package Word that includes document preparation, storage, editing, and printing. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Word 2 WEB Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-056-1645
Advanced instruction in an office suite program with emphasis on advanced topics in word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 160


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Advanced Software Applications 3 DAY Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
CIS-056-1646
Advanced instruction in an office suite program with emphasis on advanced topics in word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 160


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Advanced Software Applications 3 WEB Lisa Jobe 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-058-15325
Students handle office activities and use career-related software such as an accounting system, desktop publishing, form management, calculator, medical scheduling and invoicing, and legal document preparation. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Spec Software Applications 3 DAY Kathleen Daugherty 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 102 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
CIS-058-34872
Students handle office activities and use career-related software such as an accounting system, desktop publishing, form management, calculator, medical scheduling and invoicing, and legal document preparation. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Spec Software Applications 3 DAY Kathleen Daugherty 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 102 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
CIS-060-22243
An overview of project management as it applies to information technology projects. Project management software will be introduced. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Project Management 2 WEB Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-062-2426
A practical exploration of video game development using both original programming and modification of existing game code. A variety of game types will be explored and created with the focus being on understanding, exploration and creativity in the development process. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 156


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Computer Game Development 3 DAY Scott Rhine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 MW 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
CIS-066-10192
An overview course discussing the development of digital video including planning and shooting, editing, titling, effects and animation, soundtrack creation and audio editing and output in DVD, video and the Web. Streaming output will also be discussed. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Digital Video Production 3 DAY Scott Rhine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 MW 03:00PM
04:40PM
 
CIS-068-1649
Familiarizes the student with a word processing package and a spreadsheet package with emphasis on special topics pertinent to the student population. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Computer Appl-Special Topics 2 DAY Jerad Zimmerle 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 109 MF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CIS-070-22244
An overview course of security topics as it applies to a typical Server-based network. Course of study includes Security+ Exam content: authentication, remote access, external attacks, intrusion detection, web and email security, and disaster recovery. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 081, CIS 079


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Network Security 3 DAY Scott Rhine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 TR 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
CIS-071-22246
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)

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Introduction to Networking 2 DAY Jonathan Lebold 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 109 MF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
CIS-073-1655
An overview study of Operating Systems from text-based DOS systems through the 32-bit GUI interface Operating Systems. The broad exposure is appropriate for the beginner, but the depth of study also makes it appropriate for the advanced student. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Survey of Operating Systems 3 DAY Scott Rhine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 TR 03:00PM
04:40PM
 
CIS-074-1657
Places emphasis on the student's on-the-job experiences. Job related aptitude tests as well as job hunting techniques are discussed. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 072, CIS 076


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IT Seminar 1 DAY Scott Rhine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 F 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
CIS-079-1659
A comprehensive examination of Client Operating Systems. Course of study includes, but is not limited to, Microsoft client operating systems. Topics include installation, configuration, optimization, administration, network integration and other support issues. (Repeatable 3 Times)

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Client Operating System 3 DAY Scott Rhine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 MW 09:00AM
10:40AM
 
CIS-081-7462
An introduction to networking technology for Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs) and the Internet. Designed for those seeking a career in network administration and support or those seeking professional certification. Leads toward Network+ Certification. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EET 060


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Networking Essentials 3 EVE Richard Baron 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 W 06:00PM
09:40PM
 
CIS-084-1661
A comprehensive examination of server operating systems. Course of study includes, but is not limited to, Microsoft server operating systems. Topics include installation, configuration, optimization, administration, network integration and other support issues. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 079


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Server Operating Systems 3 DAY Scott Rhine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 TR 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
CIS-085-15327
An advanced course in the design, installation, configuration, and support of a Local Area Network using the server operating systems and their tools. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 084


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Adv Server Operating System 3 DAY James Westendorf 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 TR 11:00AM
12:40PM
 
CIS-087-1663
An in-depth study of the TCP/IP protocol and router technology. Topics include installation, configuration, optimization, and administration of routers in an Internet, intranet or LAN environment. Troubleshooting, network integration and other support issues will also be discussed. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 081


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TCP/IP and Routing 3 EVE William Warfel 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 116 R 06:00PM
09:40PM
 
CIS-088-33162
This course introduces the basics of Photoshop, an image-editing program. These basics include working with layers, selections, color adjustment, paint tools, filters, and type transforming. Images can be downloaded from the web, scanned, created using a digital camera, or created in Photoshop. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 040 or equivalent experience


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Adobe Photoshop 3 DAY Dennise Wilson-Kuhn 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
CIS-088-33163
This course introduces the basics of Photoshop, an image-editing program. These basics include working with layers, selections, color adjustment, paint tools, filters, and type transforming. Images can be downloaded from the web, scanned, created using a digital camera, or created in Photoshop. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 040 or equivalent experience


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Adobe Photoshop 3 DAY Dennise Wilson-Kuhn 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
CIS-090-33164
InDesign is a desktop publishing software. Students will integrate text, graphics, charts, and other elements to create documents.(Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 040 or equivalent experience


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InDesign 3 EVE Paula Rosine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 R 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
CIS-092-33165
Adobe Illustrator software, a PostScript-based drawing program, is used to create sophisticated artwork which can be imported into other programs for further manipulation. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 040 or equivalent experience


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Adobe Illustrator 3 DAY Dennise Wilson-Kuhn 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 TR 01:00PM
02:15PM
 
CIS-092-33166
Adobe Illustrator software, a PostScript-based drawing program, is used to create sophisticated artwork which can be imported into other programs for further manipulation. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 040 or equivalent experience


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Adobe Illustrator 3 DAY Dennise Wilson-Kuhn 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
CIS-093-15329
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


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Access 2 DAY Jonathan Lebold 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 104 MW 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
CIS-093-1673
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


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Access 2 WEB Jonathan Lebold 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-094-1676
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-094-1677
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 DAY Jill Bushue 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 104 MF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CIS-095-10195
Structured Query Language will be used to design and manage a database. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 160 or instructor consent


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Database Management 3 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 110 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
CIS-098-25522
QuarkXpress, InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop are used to create advanced desktop publishing designs. Emphasis is placed on creating your own styles, graphics, and layouts. Pre-press and printing techniques are also covered.(Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 090, CIS 097, CIS 088, CIS 092


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Advanced Desktop Skills 3 DAY Paula Rosine 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
CIS-099-16496
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 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
CIS-099-1685
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-099-1687
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 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
CIS-099-1688
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 EVE Christopher Sharp 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 222 M 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
CIS-100-1690
This course focuses on using client-side technologies to create interactive web pages. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 099, CIS 156


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Advanced Web Page Design 3 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
CIS-101-18456
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)

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Internet Systems/Applications 2 WKD Donna Taflinger 10-18-14
10-18-14
WEBB HALL 104 S 08:30AM
04:00PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 18 25 Nov. 8 15
CIS-101-18456
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)

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Internet Systems/Applications 2 WKD Donna Taflinger 10-25-14
10-25-14
WEBB HALL 104 S 08:30AM
04:00PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 18 25 Nov. 8 15
CIS-101-18456
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)

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Internet Systems/Applications 2 WKD Donna Taflinger 11-08-14
11-08-14
WEBB HALL 104 S 08:30AM
04:00PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 18 25 Nov. 8 15
CIS-101-18456
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)

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Internet Systems/Applications 2 WKD Donna Taflinger 11-15-14
11-15-14
WEBB HALL 104 S 08:30AM
04:00PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 18 25 Nov. 8 15
CIS-101-19968
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)

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Internet Systems/Applications 2 WEB Marcy Satterwhite 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-101-28862
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)

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Internet Systems/Applications 2 WEB Marcy Satterwhite 10-22-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-156-1696
Familiarizes the student with techniques and problem-solving aids necessary for the solution of computer programming. The exercises will use a programming language to develop the skills needed for solving problems. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 160 or concurrent enrollment or HS computer class


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Computer Logic 3 DAY Angela Davison 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 110 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
CIS-156-1697
Familiarizes the student with techniques and problem-solving aids necessary for the solution of computer programming. The exercises will use a programming language to develop the skills needed for solving problems. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 160 or concurrent enrollment or HS computer class


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Computer Logic 3 DAY Angela Davison 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 110 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CIS-156-1698
Familiarizes the student with techniques and problem-solving aids necessary for the solution of computer programming. The exercises will use a programming language to develop the skills needed for solving problems. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 160 or concurrent enrollment or HS computer class


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Computer Logic 3 WEB Angela Davison 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-156-1699
Familiarizes the student with techniques and problem-solving aids necessary for the solution of computer programming. The exercises will use a programming language to develop the skills needed for solving problems. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: CIS 160 or concurrent enrollment or HS computer class


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Computer Logic 3 EVE Frank Kingery 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 110 T 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
CIS-160-10468
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Jill Bushue 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 109 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
CIS-160-12694
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WKD Lana Hall 10-03-14
10-03-14
Kluthe Center 222 F 06:00PM
09:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 3 4 17 18 31 Nov. 1 14 15
CIS-160-12694
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WKD Lana Hall 10-04-14
10-04-14
Kluthe Center 222 S 08:00AM
03:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 3 4 17 18 31 Nov. 1 14 15
CIS-160-12694
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WKD Lana Hall 10-17-14
10-17-14
Kluthe Center 222 F 06:00PM
09:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 3 4 17 18 31 Nov. 1 14 15
CIS-160-12694
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WKD Lana Hall 10-18-14
10-18-14
Kluthe Center 222 S 08:00AM
03:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 3 4 17 18 31 Nov. 1 14 15
CIS-160-12694
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WKD Lana Hall 10-31-14
10-31-14
Kluthe Center 222 F 06:00PM
09:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 3 4 17 18 31 Nov. 1 14 15
CIS-160-12694
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WKD Lana Hall 11-01-14
11-01-14
Kluthe Center 222 S 08:00AM
03:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 3 4 17 18 31 Nov. 1 14 15
CIS-160-12694
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WKD Lana Hall 11-14-14
11-14-14
Kluthe Center 222 F 06:00PM
09:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 3 4 17 18 31 Nov. 1 14 15
CIS-160-12694
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WKD Lana Hall 11-15-14
11-15-14
Kluthe Center 222 S 08:00AM
03:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct. 3 4 17 18 31 Nov. 1 14 15
CIS-160-16499
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Jonathan Lebold 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 110 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
CIS-160-16500
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Marcy Satterwhite 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 104 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
CIS-160-16696
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Jill Bushue 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 104 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
CIS-160-1700
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WEB Cheryl Staley 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-160-1702
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Marcy Satterwhite 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 104 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
CIS-160-1703
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Katherine Hickenbottom 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
CIS-160-1705
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Katherine Hickenbottom 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 MWF 01:00PM
02:50PM
 
CIS-160-1706
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Carla Huddlestun 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 112 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
CIS-160-1709
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Jill Bushue 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 108 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
CIS-160-1710
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


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Practical Software Application 3 WEB Angela Davison 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-160-1711
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


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Practical Software Application 3 EVE Janice Barger 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 104 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
CIS-160-1713
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


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Practical Software Application 3 EVE Larry Arney 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 222 W 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
CIS-160-1715
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Amy Stolte 08-25-14
12-12-14
Pana Ext Center 101 W 08:30AM
11:15AM
 
CIS-160-1717
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Jonathan Lebold 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 222 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
CIS-160-19819
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


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Practical Software Application 3 DAY Jonathan Lebold 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 104 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CIS-160-23839
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CIS-164-25920
This course teaches advanced concepts in object-oriented programming. It develops an understanding of Windows programming, events, inheritance, data files, databases, debugging, exceptions, and Web-based applications. (Repeatable 3 times)


Prerequisites: CIS 162


Course Outline


Object-Oriented Programming II 3 DAY Angela Davison 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 110 TR 01:00PM
02:15PM
 
CIS-170-33167
A study of object oriented programming using the Java language. Includes scalar, aggregate, statements, expressions, methods, libraries, classes and objects. Development of objects including the concepts of polymorphism, encapsulation and inheritance are covered. (Repeatable 3 times)


Prerequisites: CIS 156, CIS 162


Course Outline


Java Programming 3 DAY Angela Davison 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 110 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice
CJS-104-23756
Off-campus work experience in the criminal justice field. Students will be assigned to a criminal justice agency(s) and observe the criminal justice field. Open to criminal justice majors only. Subject to internship coordinator and agency approval, including background check. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing; 12 credit hours of CJS classes.

Course Outline


Criminal Justice Seminar & Int 4 DAY Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
10-21-14
NE 101 M 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
CJS-104-34286
Off-campus work experience in the criminal justice field. Students will be assigned to a criminal justice agency(s) and observe the criminal justice field. Open to criminal justice majors only. Subject to internship coordinator and agency approval, including background check. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing; 12 credit hours of CJS classes.

Course Outline


Criminal Justice Seminar & Int 4 DAY Dustin Heuerman 10-22-14
12-12-14
NE 101 M 01:00PM
01:00PM
 
CJS-150-1194
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 DAY Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 101 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
CJS-150-1195
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 Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CJS-150-31861
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 DAY Jodi Swann 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 219 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
CJS-150-34660
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 DAY David Chambers 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 101 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
CJS-152-18898
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 Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CJS-153-34285
This course focuses on the duties and responsibilities of the patrol officer. Topics covered will include routine patrol, traffic enforcement, and officer survival.

Course Outline


Police Operations 3 DAY Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 101 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
CJS-156-1199
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 Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CJS-156-30668
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 EVE Duane Deters 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 113 W 07:00PM
09:45PM
 
CJS-158-22212
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 Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CJS-160-1201
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 DAY Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 101 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
CJS-160-1202
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 James Jarrett 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CJS-160-30082
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 DAY Jodi Swann 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 219 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
CJS-160-34288
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 EVE Duane Deters 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 101 R 07:00PM
09:45PM
 
CJS-160-34289
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 EVE Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 105 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
CJS-166-1203
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 Dustin Heuerman 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
CJS-166-1951
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 DAY Jodi Swann 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 219 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
CJS-166-34287
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 DAY David Chambers 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 114 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
Cosmetology
COS-050-1721
This course focuses on professional rules and regulations, shampooing, basic chemistry, hair shaping, bacteriology, facials, scalp treatments, sanitation and safety for students and clients.

Course Outline


Cosmetology I 6 DAY Amy Duckett 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 128 MTWRF 09:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-052-1722
This course focuses on thermal designing, permanent waving, manicuring, pedicuring, make-up techniques, and hair coloring.


Prerequisites: COS 050


Course Outline


Cosmetology II 6 DAY Amy Duckett 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 128 MTWRF 09:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-056-1723
This course focuses on nail structure, including disorders and diseases, dermatology, disorders of the skin and scalp, electricity, artificial hair and advanced chemistry.


Prerequisites: COS 050, COS 052, COS 054


Course Outline


Cosmetology IV 7 DAY Peggy Strange 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 129 MTWRF 09:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-058-1724
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 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 129 MTWRF 09:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-059-1725
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 132 TRF 10:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-059-1726
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 132 TRF 10:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-059-1727
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 132 TRF 10:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-060-1733
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 135 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
COS-061-1728
Provides an opportunity for the student to work with various types of software on the microcomputer. These learning activities include MS Windows, word processing, spreadsheet design, database management, Internet access, and cosmetology specific software.

Course Outline


Computer Appl for Cosmetology 3 DAY Jerad Zimmerle 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 135 TR 07:30AM
08:45AM
 
COS-078-10206
This course is a continuation of presenting various educational methods: testing student and completing a teaching portfolio.


Prerequisites: COS 077


Course Outline


Cosmetology Teacher III 5 DAY Peggy Strange 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 021 MTWRF 09:00AM
04:30PM
 
COS-080-1732
Course is designed to instruct students in basic manicures, pedicures, disinfecting implements, and bacteriology. The course will also include nail structure, paraffin wax treatments, anatomy of the hands and feet, and recognition of nail disorders.

Course Outline


Nail Technology I 2 DAY Peggy Strange 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 134 MTW 03:00PM
07:00PM
 
COS-081-1729
Course is designed to instruct students in the use and care of electric files, salon business, and retailing. Advanced techniques such as nail tip application, nail wraps, acrylic nails, sculptured nails, gel nails, and nail art are also included.


Prerequisites: COS 080


Course Outline


Nail Technology II 2 DAY Peggy Strange 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 134 MTW 03:00PM
07:00PM
 
Dental Hygiene
DHY-041-33965
Prepares student to enter the dental hygiene program by the introduction of terms commonly used in the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene. The student will also be exposed to basic numbering systems and charting methods.

Course Outline


Dental Terminology 0.5 DAY Deborah Thomason 08-21-14
08-21-14
NW 114 R 08:00AM
04:00PM
 
DHY-060-1019
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 aid or Illinois Monetary Award (MAP).

Course Outline


Dental Assisting 8 DAY Melissa Probst 08-25-14
10-21-14
NW 112 M 08:00AM
12:00PM
 
DHY-060-1019
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 aid or Illinois Monetary Award (MAP).

Course Outline


Dental Assisting 8 DAY Melissa Probst 08-25-14
10-21-14
NW 114 R 07:45AM
05:00PM
 
DHY-060-1019
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 aid or Illinois Monetary Award (MAP).

Course Outline


Dental Assisting 8 DAY Melissa Probst 08-25-14
10-21-14
NW 114 T 08:00AM
12:30PM
 
DHY-067-1020
Designed to provide a thorough knowledge of the head, neck, teeth, and related structures by following their growth, development and function.

Course Outline


Dental Anatomy/Hist 4 DAY Margaret Merry-Niebrugge 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 114 W 09:30AM
11:20AM
 
DHY-067-1020
Designed to provide a thorough knowledge of the head, neck, teeth, and related structures by following their growth, development and function.

Course Outline


Dental Anatomy/Hist 4 DAY Margaret Merry-Niebrugge 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 F 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
DHY-067-1020
Designed to provide a thorough knowledge of the head, neck, teeth, and related structures by following their growth, development and function.

Course Outline


Dental Anatomy/Hist 4 DAY Margaret Merry-Niebrugge 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 R 01:00PM
02:50PM
 
DHY-068-1021
Designed to acquaint the beginning dental hygiene student with duties and responsibilities in the clinical aspect of the profession and the role the hygienist plays in today's health.

Course Outline


Dental Hygiene I 3 DAY Deborah Thomason 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 114 TR 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
DHY-068-1021
Designed to acquaint the beginning dental hygiene student with duties and responsibilities in the clinical aspect of the profession and the role the hygienist plays in today's health.

Course Outline


Dental Hygiene I 3 DAY Deborah Thomason 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 F 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
DHY-069-1022
An introduction to the duties and basic skills the dental hygienist uses in daily clinical practice.

Course Outline


Pre-Clinic Hyg I 4.5 DAY Deborah Thomason 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 116 TRF 08:00AM
10:50AM
 
DHY-080-1023
Gives a brief insight into general principles of pathology with heavy emphasis on specifics of oral pathology. Terminology will be taught in addition to description of oral diseases, lesions and their treatment.

Course Outline


Pathology 3 DAY Margaret Merry-Niebrugge 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 R 09:30AM
12:10PM
 
DHY-086-1024
The study of drugs affecting the practice of dentistry.

Course Outline


Pharmacology 2 DAY Jane Slaughter 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 T 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
DHY-086-1024
The study of drugs affecting the practice of dentistry.

Course Outline


Pharmacology 2 DAY Jane Slaughter 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 W 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
DHY-087-1025
This course provides for continuing advancement in clinical and community settings. Content includes treatment of special needs patients, development of a pre-school educational model and designing a community dental health project.

Course Outline


Dental Hygiene III 3 DAY Carol Hjort 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 T 10:00AM
11:50AM
 
DHY-087-1025
This course provides for continuing advancement in clinical and community settings. Content includes treatment of special needs patients, development of a pre-school educational model and designing a community dental health project.

Course Outline


Dental Hygiene III 3 DAY Carol Hjort 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 W 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
DHY-088-1026
Designed to improve the clinical skills of the dental hygiene student. Focus is on total assessment of individual patient needs, advanced instrumentation procedures and the special needs patient.


Prerequisites: DHY 083


Course Outline


Clinic II 5 DAY Kristen Holsapple 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 116 MTR 01:00PM
05:00PM
 
DHY-088-1026
Designed to improve the clinical skills of the dental hygiene student. Focus is on total assessment of individual patient needs, advanced instrumentation procedures and the special needs patient.


Prerequisites: DHY 083


Course Outline


Clinic II 5 DAY Kristen Holsapple 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 116 W 12:00PM
04:00PM
 
DHY-088-1026
Designed to improve the clinical skills of the dental hygiene student. Focus is on total assessment of individual patient needs, advanced instrumentation procedures and the special needs patient.


Prerequisites: DHY 083


Course Outline


Clinic II 5 DAY Kristen Holsapple 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 114 F 12:00PM
12:50PM
 
DHY-089-1027
A comprehensive study of the science of dental materials and their application in dental hygiene.

Course Outline


Lab Proced/Dent Hyg 3 DAY Kristen Holsapple 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 112 W 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
DHY-089-1027
A comprehensive study of the science of dental materials and their application in dental hygiene.

Course Outline


Lab Proced/Dent Hyg 3 DAY Kristen Holsapple 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 114 F 09:00AM
11:50AM
 
DHY-090-1028
Prepares students to perform expanded duties permitted by the current Dental Practice Act of Illinois.

Course Outline


Exp Duties/Dent Hyg 2.5 DAY Elizabeth Hartrich 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 114 M 08:00AM
11:50AM
 
Early Childhood Education
ECE-051-22841
This courses emphasizes the characteristics of high quality infant/toddler caregivers, curriculum, indoor/outdoor space and play equipment/toys vital for developmental learning. Course requirements include 20 hours of hands-on practicum in a community setting.

Course Outline


Infant/Toddler Environment 3 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
CL 103 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
ECE-083-34290
This course enables students to do total program planning consistent with the developmental needs of children.

Course Outline


Instructional Methods 3 EVE Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
CL 103 M 03:00PM
08:45PM
 
ECE-086-28631
Focuses on specific responsibilities of the nanny as a profession, as well as interpersonal relationships and personal adjustment within the live-in family setting.

Course Outline


Nanny/Family Relations 2 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ECE-095-12705
This course provides students an understanding of the value of and practical experience in preparing creative activities and experiences for children. The student is given many opportunities to explore, develop, and appreciate various types of creative media for preschool children.

Course Outline


Creative Activities/Children 4 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
CL 103 TR 11:00AM
01:15PM
 
ECE-095-19143
This course provides students an understanding of the value of and practical experience in preparing creative activities and experiences for children. The student is given many opportunities to explore, develop, and appreciate various types of creative media for preschool children.

Course Outline


Creative Activities/Children 4 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ECE-100-1210
This course focuses on an overview of early childhood care and education that includes basic values, professional disposition, program operation, historical influences, assessment, and structure. Includes 20 hours of practicum.

Course Outline


Intro to Early Childhood Educ 3 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
CL 103 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
ECE-100-1211
This course focuses on an overview of early childhood care and education that includes basic values, professional disposition, program operation, historical influences, assessment, and structure. Includes 20 hours of practicum.

Course Outline


Intro to Early Childhood Educ 3 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
CL 103 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
ECE-102-1503
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 DAY David Johnson 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 101 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
ECE-102-1504
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 DAY David Johnson 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 101 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ECE-110-1214
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 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
CL 103 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
ECE-110-7942
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ECE-125-1215
Supervised practicum designed for Early Childhood and Child & Family Services and Paraprofessional Education majors to provide on-the-job experience. Practicum will include application of: program and classroom management skills, managing daily routines, curriculum development, agency policies and regulations, and enhancement of family involvement.


Prerequisites: Enrolled in ECE 120 and approval by program coordinator. A "C" average in ECE and EDU prefix courses is required.


Course Outline


Field Experience 2 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
CL 103 MTWRF TBA
 
ECE-125-15746
Supervised practicum designed for Early Childhood and Child & Family Services and Paraprofessional Education majors to provide on-the-job experience. Practicum will include application of: program and classroom management skills, managing daily routines, curriculum development, agency policies and regulations, and enhancement of family involvement.


Prerequisites: Enrolled in ECE 120 and approval by program coordinator. A "C" average in ECE and EDU prefix courses is required.


Course Outline


Field Experience 3 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
ECE-125-15747
Supervised practicum designed for Early Childhood and Child & Family Services and Paraprofessional Education majors to provide on-the-job experience. Practicum will include application of: program and classroom management skills, managing daily routines, curriculum development, agency policies and regulations, and enhancement of family involvement.


Prerequisites: Enrolled in ECE 120 and approval by program coordinator. A "C" average in ECE and EDU prefix courses is required.


Course Outline


Field Experience 4 DAY Teresa Lang 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
Economics
ECO-130-1217
Combines Macroeconomics and Microeconomics and focuses on basic supply and demand analysis, national income accounting, business cycles, inflation, unemployment, fiscal and monetary policy, and international economic problems.

Course Outline


The American Economy 3 DAY Lewis Metcalf 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 105 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
ECO-130-30489
Combines Macroeconomics and Microeconomics and focuses on basic supply and demand analysis, national income accounting, business cycles, inflation, unemployment, fiscal and monetary policy, and international economic problems.

Course Outline


The American Economy 3 DAY Brian Lynch 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 113 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ECO-130-34559
Combines Macroeconomics and Microeconomics and focuses on basic supply and demand analysis, national income accounting, business cycles, inflation, unemployment, fiscal and monetary policy, and international economic problems.

Course Outline


The American Economy 3 WEB Brian Lynch 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ECO-231-1219
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ECO-231-1220
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 Katie Lotz 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 113 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
ECO-231-1221
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 Lewis Metcalf 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 103 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
ECO-231-1223
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 Katie Lotz 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 116 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
ECO-231-1226
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
ECO-231-1231
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
ECO-231-34374
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 Lewis Metcalf 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 103 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
ECO-231-34375
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 Katie Lotz 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 113 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ECO-232-1234
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 113 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
ECO-232-12728
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 116 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
ECO-232-34377
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 Brian Lynch 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ECO-232-34605
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 Katie Lotz 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 114 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
Education
EDU-100-1238
An overview of the American education system. Social, historical and philosophical foundations give perspective to an examination of current issues, policies and trends in the field of education, including cultural diversity. A 30 hours practical lab is required for this course.

Course Outline


Introduction to Education 3 DAY Charles Jarrell 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 116 MW 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
EDU-100-1239
An overview of the American education system. Social, historical and philosophical foundations give perspective to an examination of current issues, policies and trends in the field of education, including cultural diversity. A 30 hours practical lab is required for this course.

Course Outline


Introduction to Education 3 DAY Kimberly Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 116 TR 09:30AM
10:20AM
 
EDU-100-1241
An overview of the American education system. Social, historical and philosophical foundations give perspective to an examination of current issues, policies and trends in the field of education, including cultural diversity. A 30 hours practical lab is required for this course.

Course Outline


Introduction to Education 3 DAY Kimberly Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 116 MF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
EDU-103-1243
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 DAY Marcy Satterwhite 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 104 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
EDU-190-1246
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 Charles Jarrell 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
EDU-190-1890
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 Kimberly Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 116 TR 10:30AM
11:45AM
 
EDU-200-1889
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
EDU-200-8264
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 DAY Kimberly Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 116 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
EDU-210-1980
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 DAY Kimberly Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 115 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
EDU-210-7285
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 DAY Kimberly Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 116 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
Electronic Engineering Tech
EET-040-1924
Develops an understanding of the basic DC electricity concepts such as voltage, current, resistance, power and energy. The course covers resistive circuits through series-parallel circuits. Laboratory work includes use of analog and digital meters and circuit construction.

Course Outline


Basic Electronics 2.5 DAY Gary Lindley 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 103 MF 08:00AM
10:40AM
 
EET-040-1924
Develops an understanding of the basic DC electricity concepts such as voltage, current, resistance, power and energy. The course covers resistive circuits through series-parallel circuits. Laboratory work includes use of analog and digital meters and circuit construction.

Course Outline


Basic Electronics 2.5 DAY Gary Lindley 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 103 W 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
EET-040-1925
Develops an understanding of the basic DC electricity concepts such as voltage, current, resistance, power and energy. The course covers resistive circuits through series-parallel circuits. Laboratory work includes use of analog and digital meters and circuit construction.

Course Outline


Basic Electronics 2.5 DAY Gary Lindley 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 103 MW 01:00PM
04:05PM
 
EET-040-1927
Develops an understanding of the basic DC electricity concepts such as voltage, current, resistance, power and energy. The course covers resistive circuits through series-parallel circuits. Laboratory work includes use of analog and digital meters and circuit construction.

Course Outline


Basic Electronics 2.5 EVE Staff 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 103 MW 06:00PM
09:10PM
 
EET-048-13242
Applications of digital circuits and devices to consumer products.


Prerequisites: EET 076


Course Outline


Digital Circuits 3 DAY Michael Beavers 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 108 MT 09:00AM
09:50AM
Comments: This course is part of the e-textbook pilot
EET-048-13242
Applications of digital circuits and devices to consumer products.


Prerequisites: EET 076


Course Outline


Digital Circuits 3 DAY Michael Beavers 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 108 F 08:00AM
09:50AM
Comments: This course is part of the e-textbook pilot
EET-050-1928
Introduces the student to the sin wave and the relative parameters such as frequency, period, rms and ave values. Capacitance and inductance are introduced and their effect in sin wave circuits are studied. Lab work includes familiarization with the oscilloscope.


Prerequisites: EET 040


Course Outline


Electric Circuits I 2.5 DAY Gary Lindley 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 103 MF 08:00AM
10:40AM
 
EET-050-1928
Introduces the student to the sin wave and the relative parameters such as frequency, period, rms and ave values. Capacitance and inductance are introduced and their effect in sin wave circuits are studied. Lab work includes familiarization with the oscilloscope.


Prerequisites: EET 040


Course Outline


Electric Circuits I 2.5 DAY Gary Lindley 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 103 W 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
EET-050-1930
Introduces the student to the sin wave and the relative parameters such as frequency, period, rms and ave values. Capacitance and inductance are introduced and their effect in sin wave circuits are studied. Lab work includes familiarization with the oscilloscope.


Prerequisites: EET 040


Course Outline


Electric Circuits I 2.5 DAY Gary Lindley 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 103 MW 01:00PM
04:05PM
 
EET-050-1932
Introduces the student to the sin wave and the relative parameters such as frequency, period, rms and ave values. Capacitance and inductance are introduced and their effect in sin wave circuits are studied. Lab work includes familiarization with the oscilloscope.


Prerequisites: EET 040


Course Outline


Electric Circuits I 2.5 EVE Staff 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 103 MW 06:00PM
09:10PM
 
EET-056-2834
Designed to present through actual practice the elements of electronics drafting and fabrication.

Course Outline


Electronic Design/Fabrication 3 DAY Gary Lindley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 103 TR 01:00PM
02:50PM
 
EET-060-1936
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 Candace Miller 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 110 TR 03:00PM
04:50PM
 
EET-060-1937
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 Candace Miller 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 110 TR 01:00PM
02:50PM
 
EET-060-1939
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 Wrobria Roberts 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 110 M 06:00PM
09:40PM
 
EET-071-34281
Provides the student with practical skills needed to configure and connect routers and switches. It also discusses trunking, access list, and WANS. Connectivity to other electronic controls systems.

Course Outline


Routing & Switch Fundamentals 3 DAY Gary Lindley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 108 TR 09:00AM
10:50AM
 
EET-072-16041
This course provides the student with an understanding of industrial electrical and electronic power systems. Topics covered include three phase circuits, motors wiring, ladder logic, transformers, and electronical motor controllers.


Prerequisites: EET 050, EET 052 or instructor consent


Course Outline


Industrial Control I 2 DAY Michael Beavers 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 109 TR 01:00PM
03:50PM
 
EET-072-1942
This course provides the student with an understanding of industrial electrical and electronic power systems. Topics covered include three phase circuits, motors wiring, ladder logic, transformers, and electronical motor controllers.


Prerequisites: EET 050, EET 052 or instructor consent


Course Outline


Industrial Control I 2 DAY Michael Beavers 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 109 TR 10:00AM
12:50PM
 
EET-074-8971
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
EET-075-5389
This course covers basic HMI operation and programming using Wonderware - InTouch software. Topics include: Designing HMI windows, interfacing to the PLC, basic animation, using and creating logic scripts, using DDE, setting alarms, charts and trending, and security.


Prerequisites: EET 073 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


HMI-Human Machine Interface 2 WEB Michael Beavers 10-22-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
EET-078-26900
A study of linear electronic circuits. Combines theory of passive and active circuits into operational units. Topics include amplifiers frequency response, feedback, oscillators, high frequency, operational and instrumentation amplifiers, linear and switching regulators.


Prerequisites: EET 052


Course Outline


Linear Electronics 3 DAY Michael Beavers 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 104 MF 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
EET-078-26900
A study of linear electronic circuits. Combines theory of passive and active circuits into operational units. Topics include amplifiers frequency response, feedback, oscillators, high frequency, operational and instrumentation amplifiers, linear and switching regulators.


Prerequisites: EET 052


Course Outline


Linear Electronics 3 DAY Michael Beavers 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 104 W 09:00AM
10:50AM
 
EET-081-26930
Principles of micro controllers. Topics include: Flow charting, Input-output devices and interfacing, Signal conditioning, Programming, and basic process control using a micro controller. Class stresses using the micro controllers to control I/O devices.

Course Outline


Microcontroller Applications 3 DAY Michael Beavers 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 108 MF 12:00PM
01:50PM
 
EET-086-16042
This course covers basic PLC operation and programming using Rslogix500 software and Allen Bradley PLC's. Topics include: Basic ladder design, Input Output, Timers, Counters, Batch Processes, Shift registers, Word compare, and Math.


Prerequisites: EET 072 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


Prog Logic Controllers I 2 DAY Michael Beavers 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 108 TR 01:00PM
03:50PM
 
EET-086-1946
This course covers basic PLC operation and programming using Rslogix500 software and Allen Bradley PLC's. Topics include: Basic ladder design, Input Output, Timers, Counters, Batch Processes, Shift registers, Word compare, and Math.


Prerequisites: EET 072 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


Prog Logic Controllers I 2 DAY Michael Beavers 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 108 TR 10:00AM
12:50PM
 
EET-086-5388
This course covers basic PLC operation and programming using Rslogix500 software and Allen Bradley PLC's. Topics include: Basic ladder design, Input Output, Timers, Counters, Batch Processes, Shift registers, Word compare, and Math.


Prerequisites: EET 072 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


Prog Logic Controllers I 2 WEB Staff 10-22-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
EET-087-31863
This course covers advanced topics of the Micrologix 1000 PLC operation and programming using Rslogix500 software and Allen Bradley PLC's. Topics include Analog I/O, Math and Data handling instruction, program flow, message instructions, and communication protocols.


Prerequisites: EET 086 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


Prog Logic Controllers II 2 WEB Michael Beavers 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
EET-087-3611
This course covers advanced topics of the Micrologix 1000 PLC operation and programming using Rslogix500 software and Allen Bradley PLC's. Topics include Analog I/O, Math and Data handling instruction, program flow, message instructions, and communication protocols.


Prerequisites: EET 086 or consent of instructor


Course Outline


Prog Logic Controllers II 2 WEB Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
Emergency Medical Services
EMS-016-33484
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 08-19-14
08-19-14
NW 110 T 01:00PM
05:00PM
 
EMS-016-33485
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 09-16-14
09-16-14
NW 110 T 01:00PM
05:00PM
 
EMS-016-33486
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 10-21-14
10-21-14
NW 110 T 01:00PM
05:00PM
 
EMS-016-33487
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 11-18-14
11-18-14
NW 110 T 01:00PM
05:00PM
 
EMS-017-14652
This program provides emergency medical services, law enforcement and industrial personnel a basic awareness of hazardous materials. Meets OSHA CFR 1910.120 requirements for Awareness level.

Course Outline


Hazardous Materials Awareness 0.5 DAY Johnna Morecraft 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center TBA SN 08:00AM
05:00PM
 
EMS-017-14672
This program provides emergency medical services, law enforcement and industrial personnel a basic awareness of hazardous materials. Meets OSHA CFR 1910.120 requirements for Awareness level.

Course Outline


Hazardous Materials Awareness 0.5 DAY Johnna Morecraft 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center TBA SN 08:00AM
05:00PM
 
EMS-050-13990
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 EVE Ryan Berkheimer 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL MW 05:30PM
09:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility *Contact EMS Office regarding mandatory Criminal Background Check and CPR level of certification details
EMS-050-528
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 Jason Wright 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 110 TR 08:30AM
12:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility *Contact EMS Office regarding mandatory Criminal Background Check and CPR level of certification details
EMS-050-529
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 EVE Sheri Barnett 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 116 MW 05:30PM
09:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility; *Contact EMS Office regarding mandatory Criminal Background Check and CPR level of certification details
EMS-056-12734
Provides the paramedic student with an understanding of his/her roles and responsibilities within the EMS system including safety, medical-legal issues, EMS operations, and specialized scene responses. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Admission into program; EMT-B or I license


Course Outline


Paramedical Services I 6 DAY Sheri Barnett 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 08:00AM
02:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility
EMS-056-17739
Provides the paramedic student with an understanding of his/her roles and responsibilities within the EMS system including safety, medical-legal issues, EMS operations, and specialized scene responses. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Admission into program; EMT-B or I license


Course Outline


Paramedical Services I 6 DAY Ryan Berkheimer 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 08:00AM
02:00PM
Comments: Pre-requisites: EMT-Basic or Intermediate license and Anatomy & Physiology (BIO 050 or BIO 225) Must contact EMS office for more info and to register for these classes (217) 234-5362
EMS-058-18265
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the medical patient. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056, EMS 057


Course Outline


Paramedical Services III 10 DAY Sheri Barnett 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 08:00AM
02:00PM
 
EMS-058-537
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the medical patient. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056, EMS 057


Course Outline


Paramedical Services III 10 DAY Sheri Barnett 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility
EMS-059-12732
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the medical, obstetric, pediatric, geriatric, or other special patients. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056, EMS 057, EMS 058, EMS 062, EMS 065


Course Outline


Paramedical Services IV 10 DAY James MacDonald 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 08:00AM
02:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility
EMS-059-15580
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan for the medical, obstetric, pediatric, geriatric, or other special patients. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056, EMS 057, EMS 058, EMS 062, EMS 065


Course Outline


Paramedical Services IV 10 EVE Sheri Barnett 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL MW 05:00PM
08:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility
EMS-062-15577
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate pathophysiological principles of pharmacology and the assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a pharmacologic management plan. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056, EMS 057, EMS 065


Course Outline


EMS Pharmacology 2 DAY Shirley Sherwood 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 02:00PM
06:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility
EMS-062-18266
Provides the paramedic student with the knowledge and skills to integrate pathophysiological principles of pharmacology and the assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a pharmacologic management plan. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056, EMS 057, EMS 065


Course Outline


EMS Pharmacology 2 EVE Shirley Sherwood 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL W 04:00PM
06:00PM
 
EMS-065-12735
Provides the paramedic student with the skills needed for patient assessment and medical history; airway management and ventilation; clinical decision making; communications; and documentation. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Admission into program; EMT-B or I license


Course Outline


Paramedic Skills I 2 DAY Sheri Barnett 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 02:00PM
06:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility
EMS-065-17740
Provides the paramedic student with the skills needed for patient assessment and medical history; airway management and ventilation; clinical decision making; communications; and documentation. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: Admission into program; EMT-B or I license


Course Outline


Paramedic Skills I 2 DAY Ryan Berkheimer 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 02:00PM
06:00PM
Comments: Pre-requisites: EMT-Basic or Intermediate license and Anatomy & Physiology class (BIO 050 or BIO 225) Must contact EMS office for more info and to register for these classes (217)234-5362
EMS-066-12733
Provides the paramedic student with the skills needed to integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056, EMS 057, EMS 058, EMS 062


Course Outline


Paramedic Skills II 2 EVE James MacDonald 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL M 02:00PM
06:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility
EMS-066-15581
Provides the paramedic student with the skills needed to integrate pathophysiological principles and assessment findings to formulate a field impression and implement a treatment plan. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: EMS 056, EMS 057, EMS 058, EMS 062


Course Outline


Paramedic Skills II 2 EVE Ryan Berkheimer 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL MW 08:00PM
10:00PM
Comments: Req clinical times are student's responsibility
Emergency Medical Services
EMT-011-15354
Provides core-level trauma knowledge and psychomotor skills associated with the delivery of professional nursing care to the trauma patient. Students successfully completing the course will receive provider recognition from the Emergency Nurses Association. (Repeatable 3 Times)


Prerequisites: RN licensure


Course Outline


TNCC Provider Course 1 DAY Shirley Sherwood 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL T 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Meets Nov 22 & 29 - $250 pymt due at first class; contact SBLHC EMS Office for ALL registration info: 217-258-2403
EMT-012-15353
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL MR 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Dysrhythmia-meets Sep. 16 and 19- $75 due first class
EMT-012-15356
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL T 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: ECRN-meets Oct 22- $75 due at class
EMT-012-22209
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 WKD Shirley Sherwood 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL SN 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: ITLS: Class meets 10/12 & 10/13 only. call 217-258-2403 for cost.
EMT-012-26291
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL MR 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Dysrhythmia; Meets on Nov 11 & Nov 14 only; Payment of $75 due at first class
EMT-025-15348
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL TW 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Meets Sep 17 & 18 - call 258-2403 for cost
EMT-030-15351
Provides the physician, nurse, paramedic, or allied health professional with the knowledge and skills needed for the management of the emergent pediatric patient. Those successfully completing the course will receive provider recognition from the American Heart Association. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


PALS Provider Course 1 DAY Shirley Sherwood 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL TW 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Meets Nov 20 & 21 - call 217-258-2403 for cost
EMT-030-30318
Provides the physician, nurse, paramedic, or allied health professional with the knowledge and skills needed for the management of the emergent pediatric patient. Those successfully completing the course will receive provider recognition from the American Heart Association. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline


PALS Provider Course 1 DAY Shirley Sherwood 08-25-14
12-12-14
Clinical Sites SBL TW 08:00AM
04:00PM
Comments: Meets 11/19 and 11/20/13 only. Call 258-2403 for cost.
English
ENG-005-22661
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 Tara Watson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 103 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ENG-005-24218
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 Amy Graziano 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 107 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
Comments: Students must also be enrolled in SFS-101-7539 to enroll in this section.
ENG-007-26117
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 Judy Bennett 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 103 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
ENG-007-26118
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 EVE Judy Bennett 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 103 M 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
ENG-007-26119
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 219 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
ENG-007-26120
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 Judy Bennett 08-25-14
10-21-14
NW 103 MTWRF 08:00AM
09:00AM
 
ENG-007-26122
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 EVE Jenny Cortez 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 112 TR 04:00PM
05:15PM
 
ENG-007-26124
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 Tara Watson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 103 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
ENG-007-31662
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 Tara Watson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 107 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
ENG-007-31872
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 Kathy Ford 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ENG-050-10093
Students will learn strategies for writing essays, instructions manuals, proposals, reports, career documents as well as deliver oral presentations to prepare them for a profession in industry. Students will practice research strategies by using library resources and the Internet.

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Writing for Industry 3 DAY John McDaniel 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 107 MF 02:00PM
03:15PM
 
ENG-050-1049
Students will learn strategies for writing essays, instructions manuals, proposals, reports, career documents as well as deliver oral presentations to prepare them for a profession in industry. Students will practice research strategies by using library resources and the Internet.

Course Outline


Writing for Industry 3 WEB Tara Watson 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ENG-095-1053
Using critical thinking skills, students will study and reinforce the basics of the English language as they apply to business communications. Emphasis is placed on grammar, punctuation, spelling, word usage, and sentence structure.

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Business English 3 DAY Glen Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
ENG-095-1054
Using critical thinking skills, students will study and reinforce the basics of the English language as they apply to business communications. Emphasis is placed on grammar, punctuation, spelling, word usage, and sentence structure.

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Business English 3 DAY Glen Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEBB HALL 105 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
ENG-095-26310
Using critical thinking skills, students will study and reinforce the basics of the English language as they apply to business communications. Emphasis is placed on grammar, punctuation, spelling, word usage, and sentence structure.

Course Outline


Business English 3 WEB Glen Davis 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Reserved for HIMC Majors
ENG-098-1056
Students will learn the principles of communications by listening, speaking, and writing. Emphasis is placed on communication skills related to the demands of the student's career area.

Course Outline


Communications I 3 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 103 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
ENG-098-1057
Students will learn the principles of communications by listening, speaking, and writing. Emphasis is placed on communication skills related to the demands of the student's career area.

Course Outline


Communications I 3 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 103 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ENG-110-10095
Instruction in methods of communication with the deaf through signing.

Course Outline


Manual Comm-Deaf 3 EVE Sheryl Wei 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 204 W 04:30PM
07:15PM
 
ENG-110-1060
Instruction in methods of communication with the deaf through signing.

Course Outline


Manual Comm-Deaf 3 EVE June Kriesel 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 107 M 04:15PM
07:00PM
 
ENG-110-18455
Instruction in methods of communication with the deaf through signing.

Course Outline


Manual Comm-Deaf 3 EVE Sheryl Wei 08-25-14
12-12-14
Charleston HS M 04:30PM
07:15PM
 
ENG-111-1062
A continuation of Manual Communication for the Deaf. Advanced vocabulary and signing.


Course Outline


Advanced Signing 3 EVE June Kriesel 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 107 W 04:15PM
07:00PM
 
ENG-120-1064
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 Judy Bennett 10-22-14
12-12-14
NW 103 MTWRF 08:00AM
09:00AM
 
ENG-120-1065
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 112 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
ENG-120-1066
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.


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Composition I 3 EVE Sharon Brown 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 225 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
ENG-120-1068
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.


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Composition I 3 DAY Matthew Landrus 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ENG-120-1071
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 203 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
ENG-120-1072
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 222 TR 01:00PM
02:15PM
 
ENG-120-1075
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 Sue Francis 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 M 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
ENG-120-1077
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ENG-120-1082
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 Rebecca Thurn 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
ENG-120-1083
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 Rebecca Thurn 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 TR 02:00PM
03:15PM
 
ENG-120-1084
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 112 MW 02:00PM
03:15PM
 
ENG-120-1086
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 107 TR 02:30PM
03:45PM
 
ENG-120-1087
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 John McDaniel 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 107 MF 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
ENG-120-1088
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ENG-120-1091
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 107 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
ENG-120-1093
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 Jenny Cortez 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 103 MW 03:30PM
04:45PM
 
ENG-120-1095
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 Thomas Caldwell 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 225 MW 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ENG-120-1096
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 Tara Watson 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 112 MWF 01:00PM
01:50PM
 
ENG-120-1098
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 Casey Reynolds 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 112 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ENG-120-1099
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 Deeanna Stalets 08-25-14
12-12-14
Pana Ext Center 101 M 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
ENG-120-15453
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 Tara Watson 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ENG-120-16570
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 112 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
ENG-120-19330
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
ENG-120-19331
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
ENG-120-20114
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 Jenny Cortez 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 103 W 05:00PM
07:45PM
 
ENG-121-1103
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 MWF 02:00PM
02:50PM
 
ENG-121-1105
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 EVE Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 112 T 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
ENG-121-1108
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ENG-121-1109
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 203 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
ENG-121-12634
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 112 TR 01:00PM
02:15PM
 
ENG-121-19332
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
ENG-121-19333
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 109 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
ENG-121-34845
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ENG-224-7625
Students will understand the structure and elements of poetry and the writing process, produce fully developed works of poetry and demonstrate an understanding of the critical terminology of the creative writer.


Course Outline


Creative Writing - Poetry 3 WEB Kathy Ford 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
Earth Science
ESC-100-585
Physical geology stresses the basic geologic concepts and processes that are responsible for creating and shaping the Earth. Materials covered include the topics of: rocks, minerals, volcanoes, earthquakes, stream erosion, wind erosion, glaciers groundwater, Earth interior, plate tectonics, and gravity.

Course Outline


Physical Geology 4 WEB Debbie Watson 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ESC-102-1954
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 Brian Huddleston 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 106 TR 02:00PM
04:15PM
 
ESC-102-591
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ESC-102-593
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 225 F 09:00AM
11:50AM
Comments: This is a web-enhanced section. the class meets at Kluthe for several hours each week but students are also expected to complete computer laboratory work in an online setting.
ESC-102-594
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 Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 106 TR 11:00AM
01:15PM
 
ESC-102-7464
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
Comments: Labs meet on campus every other Wed evening beginning Aug. 27
ESC-102-7464
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 106 W 06:00PM
07:40PM
Comments: Labs meet on campus every other Wed evening beginning Aug. 27
ESC-104-598
Stresses the physical environment of earth. Emphasis is placed upon basic concepts in geography with a focus on the biosphere, lithosphere, atmosphere, and hydrosphere. Extensive use of Internet resources and software will be required for this course.

Course Outline


Physical Geography 3 WEB Mike Rudibaugh 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
ESC-106-600
Introduction to basic Geographic Information Systems (GIS) concepts, using the ArcView GIS software program. Course will focus on developing both a theoretical background in the technology and real world applications using GIS techniques.

Course Outline


Intro Geographic Info Systems 4 DAY Mike Rudibaugh 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 106 M 10:00AM
11:55AM
Comments: This class meets on campus for several hours each week but students are also expected to complete computer laboratory work in an online setting.
ESC-106-600
Introduction to basic Geographic Information Systems (GIS) concepts, using the ArcView GIS software program. Course will focus on developing both a theoretical background in the technology and real world applications using GIS techniques.

Course Outline


Intro Geographic Info Systems 4 DAY Mike Rudibaugh 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 106 W 10:00AM
10:55AM
Comments: This class meets on campus for several hours each week but students are also expected to complete computer laboratory work in an online setting.
Esthetics
EST-041-1734
Introduction to the principles and applications of basic skin care. The student is introduced to the history of skin care, professional ethics, sanitation, anatomy and physiology, and cosmetic chemistry.

Course Outline


Esthetics I 6.5 DAY Peggy Strange 08-25-14
10-21-14
WEST BLDG 131 TRF 09:00AM
03:30PM
 
EST-042-1735
Focuses on histology of the skin, disorders and diseases, skin analysis, correct product selection and treatment room preparation.


Prerequisites: EST 041


Course Outline


Esthetics II 6.5 DAY Amy Duckett 10-22-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 131 TRF 09:00AM
03:30PM
 
Foreign Language
FLG-140-1114
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 Carol Evaul 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 116 T 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
FLG-140-1115
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 Casey Reynolds 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 105 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
FLG-140-18458
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 Casey Reynolds 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 105 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
FLG-141-1116
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 Casey Reynolds 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 105 TR 02:30PM
03:45PM
 
FLG-141-18987
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 EVE Carol Evaul 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 116 R 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
FLG-150-1118
This course is an introduction to the basic concepts of the German language. It focuses on the fundamentals of German grammar, pronunciation, phonetics, drill in rhythm and intonation, reading, writing as well as an introduction to German culture. Course Outline


Beginning German I 3 EVE Charles Lewis 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 204 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
FLG-240-2875
Will further comprehension of grammar, conversation and composition. Study of Spanish cultures through reading and discussion of selected literary works.


Prerequisites: FLG 141


Course Outline


2nd Year Spanish I 3 DAY Casey Reynolds 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 105 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
Fire Science Technology
FST-041-34873
Provides an overview to fire protection; including career opportunities; philosophy and history of fire protection/service; fire loss analysis; organization and function of private fire protection services; laws and regulations affecting the fire service; and fire service nomenclature.

Course Outline


Principles/Emergency Services 3 WKD Kurtis Glosser 08-29-14
09-14-14
NW 110 F 06:00PM
10:00PM
Comments: Class meets Aug 29 30 31 Sep 12 13 14
FST-041-34873
Provides an overview to fire protection; including career opportunities; philosophy and history of fire protection/service; fire loss analysis; organization and function of private fire protection services; laws and regulations affecting the fire service; and fire service nomenclature.

Course Outline


Principles/Emergency Services 3 WKD Kurtis Glosser 08-29-14
09-14-14
NW 110 SN 08:00AM
05:30PM
Comments: Class meets Aug 29 30 31 Sep 12 13 14
FST-043-19274
Provides the components of building construction that relate to fire and life safety with focus on firefighter safety. Elements of construction and design of structures are key factors when inspecting buildings, preplanning fire operations, and operating at emergencies.

Course Outline


Building Construction 3 EVE Randall Myers 08-25-14
12-12-14
NW 110 T 06:00PM
09:00PM
Comments: Class meets Aug 24 25 26 31 Sep 1 2 7
FST-072-34864
Introduces the federal, state and local laws that regulate emergency services, national standards influencing emergency services, standard of care, tort, liability, and a review of relevant court cases.

Course Outline


Legal Aspects of Fire Service 3 WKD Robert Plummer 10-10-14
10-19-14
NW 110 F 06:00PM
10:00PM
Comments: Class meets Oct 10 11 12 17 18 19
FST-072-34864
Introduces the federal, state and local laws that regulate emergency services, national standards influencing emergency services, standard of care, tort, liability, and a review of relevant court cases.

Course Outline


Legal Aspects of Fire Service 3 WKD Robert Plummer 10-10-14
10-19-14
NW 110 SN 08:00AM
05:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct 10 11 12 17 18 19
FST-073-34847
Provides student with education in fire science organization and management, administrative procedures and methods, budgeting, control of resources, and the maintenance of records. Discusses managerial attitudes and decisions, general organizational planning and career development.

Course Outline


Fire Administration I 3 WKD Joseph Holomy 10-24-14
11-02-14
Kluthe Center TBA F 06:00PM
10:00PM
Comments: Class meets Oct 24 25 26 31 Nov 1 2
FST-073-34847
Provides student with education in fire science organization and management, administrative procedures and methods, budgeting, control of resources, and the maintenance of records. Discusses managerial attitudes and decisions, general organizational planning and career development.

Course Outline


Fire Administration I 3 WKD Joseph Holomy 10-24-14
11-02-14
Kluthe Center TBA SN 08:00AM
05:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct 24 25 26 31 Nov 1 2
FST-074-12741
Provides advanced technical knowledge on rule of law, fire scene analysis, fire behavior, evidence collection and preservation, scene documentation, case preparation and testifying.

Course Outline


Fire Investigation II 3 EVE Curtis Black 08-28-14
12-11-14
NW 110 R 06:00PM
09:00PM
 
FST-074-34862
Provides advanced technical knowledge on rule of law, fire scene analysis, fire behavior, evidence collection and preservation, scene documentation, case preparation and testifying.

Course Outline


Fire Investigation II 3 EVE Curtis Black 08-29-14
12-11-14
NW 110 R 06:00PM
09:00PM
 
Geography
GEO-140-1253
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 116 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
GEO-140-1254
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 113 TR 02:00PM
03:15PM
 
GEO-140-23369
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
Geospatial Information Systems
GIS-090-18796
This course provides an in depth introduction to the fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) including the history of automated mapping. The course will include an introduction to basic GIS concepts associated with database development, editing, and map-making.

Course Outline


Intro to Geospatial Technology 4 DAY Mike Rudibaugh 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 106 M 10:00AM
11:55AM
Comments: This class meets on campus for several hours each week but students are also expected to complete computer laboratory work in an online setting.
GIS-090-18796
This course provides an in depth introduction to the fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) including the history of automated mapping. The course will include an introduction to basic GIS concepts associated with database development, editing, and map-making.

Course Outline


Intro to Geospatial Technology 4 DAY Mike Rudibaugh 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 106 W 10:00AM
10:55AM
Comments: This class meets on campus for several hours each week but students are also expected to complete computer laboratory work in an online setting.
Health Education
HED-046-1255
This course covers the principles of food microbiology, sources, and types of foodborne illness, personal hygiene, and all other rules and regulations for the safe handling of food.

Course Outline


Food Service Sanitation 2 WEB Sarah Powers 08-25-14
10-21-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HED-046-1257
This course covers the principles of food microbiology, sources, and types of foodborne illness, personal hygiene, and all other rules and regulations for the safe handling of food.

Course Outline


Food Service Sanitation 2 WEB Sarah Powers 10-22-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HED-102-1259
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 WEB Adrienne Jarrell 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HED-102-1262
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 EVE Bonnie Kruse 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 113 R 05:00PM
07:45PM
 
HED-102-1263
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 EVE Susan Murphy 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 201 W 05:00PM
07:45PM
 
HED-102-22224
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 WEB Adrienne Jarrell 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HED-102-27472
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 114 T 08:00AM
10:45AM
 
HED-177-1264
A review of the latest methods used in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. A renewed CPR card will be given at the successful completion of the course.

Course Outline


First Aid Review 0.5 DAY Cathy Bunton 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
HED-178-11784
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 Robert Orr 10-22-14
12-12-14
FH 107 TR 03:00PM
04:40PM
 
HED-178-1265
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 Robert Orr 08-25-14
10-21-14
FH 107 TR 01:30PM
03:10PM
 
HED-178-1266
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 107 TR 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
HED-178-1267
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 Robert Orr 08-25-14
10-21-14
FH 107 TR 08:30AM
09:50AM
 
HED-178-1268
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 107 TR 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
HED-178-1269
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 Robert Orr 10-22-14
12-12-14
FH 107 TR 01:00PM
02:40PM
 
HED-178-12832
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 08-25-14
10-21-14
Kluthe Center 105 MW 10:00AM
11:40AM
 
HED-178-12833
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 10-18-14
11-02-14
Kluthe Center 104 F 05:30PM
09:30PM
Comments: Class meets Oct 18 19 Nov 1 2
HED-178-12833
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 10-18-14
11-02-14
Kluthe Center 104 S 08:00AM
06:00PM
Comments: Class meets Oct 18 19 Nov 1 2
HED-178-31933
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
CL 103 TR 01:30PM
02:25PM
Comments: Reserved for AAS.CFS or AAS.ECE only
HED-178-34744
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 Cathy Bunton 09-12-14
09-27-14
FH 107 F 05:30PM
09:30PM
Comments: Class meets Sept 12 13 26 27
HED-178-34744
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 Cathy Bunton 09-12-14
09-27-14
FH 107 S 08:00AM
06:00PM
Comments: Class meets Sept 12 13 26 27
HED-179-1275
Studies all phases of advanced first aid and safety. Also includes Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Students receive an Advanced First Aid card and a CPR card with the successful completion of the course.

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Advanced 1st Aid and CPR 3 DAY David Johnson 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 107 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
HED-200-1276
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 David Johnson 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HED-200-30869
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 Cathy Bunton 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 113 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
HED-200-34575
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 Cathy Bunton 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 107 MF 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
HED-270-2377
A study of public health, school health, occupational health, social and recreational services and self-care.

Course Outline


Community Health 3 WEB Susan Murphy 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HED-290-1280
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 DAY Kristen Holsapple 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 113 M 10:00AM
11:40AM
 
HED-290-1281
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 Kristen Holsapple 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
History
HIS-150-10127
Describe Indian cultures, French rule, and problems of early statehood; assess patterns of settlement; describe impact of Civil War and trace the economic transition to an industrial power; assess 20th Century changes and current states problems.

Course Outline


History of Illinois 3 DAY Aaron Walk 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 TR 02:00PM
03:15PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
HIS-150-1506
Describe Indian cultures, French rule, and problems of early statehood; assess patterns of settlement; describe impact of Civil War and trace the economic transition to an industrial power; assess 20th Century changes and current states problems.

Course Outline


History of Illinois 3 DAY Aaron Walk 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 TR 02:00PM
03:15PM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
HIS-153-1283
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HIS-153-1284
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 Matthew Greider 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
HIS-153-1286
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 Matthew Greider 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 220 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
HIS-153-1288
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 Matthew Greider 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
HIS-155-1290
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HIS-155-1291
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 Matthew Greider 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
HIS-155-1293
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 EVE Bruce Walker 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 116 T 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
HIS-155-1294
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 EVE Richard Wormhoudt 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 220 W 07:00PM
09:45PM
 
HIS-155-1295
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 Aaron Walk 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 105 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
HIS-155-1296
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 Matthew Greider 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
HIS-155-1297
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 Matthew Greider 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 220 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
HIS-155-24598
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 10-22-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HIS-156-1298
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 Richard Webster 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 105 TR 09:30AM
10:45AM
 
HIS-156-1300
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 DAY Justin Thomas 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 114 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
HIS-156-1302
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HIS-156-13833
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 Robyn Carswell 08-25-14
12-12-14
Pana Ext Center 105 T 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
HIS-156-15748
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 DAY David Seiler 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
Comments: This is a distance learning class
HIS-156-22226
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 Richard Wormhoudt 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 220 R 06:30PM
09:15PM
 
HIS-156-34291
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 DAY David Seiler 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
HIS-250-1304
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 Richard Webster 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 105 TR 01:00PM
02:15PM
 
HIS-250-1305
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HIS-250-1306
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 Justin Thomas 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 114 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
HIS-250-1307
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 Bruce Walker 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 107 TR 08:00AM
09:15AM
 
HIS-250-1309
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 Justin Thomas 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 116 MWF 08:00AM
08:50AM
 
HIS-252-12712
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 DAY David Seiler 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 112 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
HIS-252-12713
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 DAY David Seiler 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 129 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
HIS-252-1310
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 DAY Richard Webster 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 105 TR 02:30PM
03:45PM
 
HIS-252-1311
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HIS-252-18784
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 DAY Staff 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 107 MW 02:00PM
03:15PM
 
HIS-252-2234
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 DAY Richard Webster 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 105 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
Horticuluture
HRT-061-1796
A study in the identification of deciduous trees and shrubs used primarily in landscaping. Emphasis is placed on cultural requirements of the plants, their natural habitat, and plant usage.

Course Outline


Woody Plants Identification 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 127 MTR 12:30PM
01:50PM
 
HRT-076-33943
A study of the commercial production of floricultural crops, including greenhouse construction, management and operation. Attention will be given to the production of better plants through the study of temperature, light, soil, nutrition, scheduling, propagation methods, and plant breeding.

Course Outline


Greenhouse Mgt and Production 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 136 MTR 10:00AM
11:20AM
 
HRT-081-1798
This class will cover the basic principles of landscape design, methods and techniques of the landscape design process for residential and commercial settings, including an appreciation of various landscape theories and objectives, art in landscape design, and special landscape problems.

Course Outline


Landscape Design 3 EVE Dyke Barkley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 119 MTR 04:00PM
05:15PM
 
HRT-082-15742
Students will learn construction methods for residential and small commercial landscapes; selection and installation of plants; techniques and uses of materials related to various landscape features; prepare cost estimates; control of landscape diseases and pests; and maintenance of landscape areas.

Course Outline


Landscape Construction & Maint 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 136 W 01:00PM
02:00PM
 
HRT-082-15742
Students will learn construction methods for residential and small commercial landscapes; selection and installation of plants; techniques and uses of materials related to various landscape features; prepare cost estimates; control of landscape diseases and pests; and maintenance of landscape areas.

Course Outline


Landscape Construction & Maint 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 124 F 10:40AM
01:00PM
 
HRT-092-16700
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
HRT-093-20156
This course provides advanced on the job experience as a full-time employee in selected horticulture production or landscaping occupation.

Course Outline


Sup Occupational Exp III 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
HRT-201-1799
A study and introduction to the principles and practices involved in the development, production, and use of horticultural crops (fruits, vegetables, greenhouse, turf, nursery, floral, and landscape). Course will include a broad overview of the green industry including propagation, production and design.

Course Outline


Introduction to Horticulture 3 DAY Dyke Barkley 08-25-14
12-12-14
WEST BLDG 119 TR 02:00PM
04:00PM
 
Human Services
HSP-053-1315
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 103 M 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
HSP-054-1316
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
HSP-055-1317
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 101 T 11:00AM
11:50AM
 
HSP-056-1318
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
TBA TBA MTWRF TBA
 
HSP-065-1321
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HSP-101-22786
Study of dynamics of Domestic Violence, focusing on program philosophy, cultural diversity, direct relation of substance abuse, crisis intervention, understand IL Domestic Violence Act, criminal aspects, battering treatment & how Domestic Violence affects children & our society.

Course Outline


Dynamics of Domestic Violence 3 EVE Camille Gordon 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 107 M 06:00PM
08:45PM
 
HSP-103-23371
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HSP-103-23372
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 DAY Helen Hendren 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 103 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
HSP-120-1325
An introduction to generalist practice: Historical origins, values and ethics, practice methods, research considerations, and policy issues in social work. Examination of diverse and at-risk populations; the wide variety of problems workers confront, knowledge and skills of the worker.

Course Outline


Introduction to Social Work 3 WEB Helen Hendren 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HSP-122-13033
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HSP-122-1326
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 DAY Helen Hendren 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 103 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
Humanities
HUM-120-1121
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 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HUM-120-1887
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 DAY Kathy Ford 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 109 MWF 09:00AM
09:50AM
 
HUM-150-1120
Students will survey the human condition as revealed through the arts, including an examination of painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, drama, film, photography, and music.

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Humanities Through the Arts 3 DAY Natalie Boyer 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 108 TR 02:00PM
03:15PM
 
HUM-150-1122
Students will survey the human condition as revealed through the arts, including an examination of painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, drama, film, photography, and music.

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Humanities Through the Arts 3 WEB John Bennett 08-25-14
12-12-14
Internet NET MTWRF TBA
 
HUM-150-1123
Students will survey the human condition as revealed through the arts, including an examination of painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, drama, film, photography, and music.

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Humanities Through the Arts 3 DAY Natalie Boyer 08-25-14
12-12-14
NEAL HALL 108 TR 12:30PM
01:45PM
 
HUM-150-15457
Students will survey the human condition as revealed through the arts, including an examination of painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, drama, film, photography, and music.

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Humanities Through the Arts 3 DAY Kathy Ford 08-25-14
12-12-14
NE 109 TR 11:00AM
12:15PM
Comments: Holocaust studies
HUM-150-1812
Students will survey the human condition as revealed through the arts, including an examination of painting, sculpture, architecture, literature, drama, film, photography, and music.

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Humanities Through the Arts 3 DAY Vera Keplar 08-25-14
12-12-14
Kluthe Center 201 MW 11:00AM
12:15PM
 
Heat Vent Air Cond Refg
HVC-060-12666
This course prepares students to read and interpret blueprints for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Students learn how to employ proper drafting techniques to develop a set of plans and prepare an estimate of cost for a project.

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HVACR Blueprint Reading 4 EVE Rick Watson 08-25-14
10-29-14
WEST BLDG 101 MW 06:20PM
10:15PM
 
HVC-062-18767
This course covers principles of electricity as used in the HVACR industry including circuits, electrical theory and schematic interpretation. Students learn to use hand tools and test equipment. Safety and application of math skills are stressed. Employability skills are introduced.

Intro to HVACR Electricity 4 EVE Jeffrey Cutright 08-26-14
11-06-14
WEST BLDG 104 TR 06:20PM
10:30PM
 
HVC-064-26580
This course covers the basic refrigeration cycle, as well as refrigeration components and types of refrigerants. Students work with tools and gauges, measure temperatures and pressures and practice refrigeration safety procedures.

Refrigeration I 3 EVE James Aitken 11-01-14
12-03-14
WEST BLDG 107 MW 05:30PM
10:10PM
 
HVC-068-33963
This course covers various types of air conditioning systems and their components. Humidification, dehumidification, and air filtration and heat pump operation are covered, as well as installation procedures for each type of system.

Air Conditioning I 4 EVE Staff 11-11-14
12-18-14
WEST BLDG 107 TR 05:30PM
10:10PM
 
Intensive English Language
IEL-001-1739
The course is designed for students with limited knowledge of English reading and vocabulary fundamentals. Students will be taught basic phonics and alphabet skills. Emphasis will be placed on reading simple passages containing basic vocabulary and expressions necessary to function in everyday life. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Beg Reading/Vocabulary I 5 DAY Winifred Ryan 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 104 MWF 10:00AM
10:50AM
 
IEL-001-1739
The course is designed for students with limited knowledge of English reading and vocabulary fundamentals. Students will be taught basic phonics and alphabet skills. Emphasis will be placed on reading simple passages containing basic vocabulary and expressions necessary to function in everyday life. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Beg Reading/Vocabulary I 5 DAY Winifred Ryan 08-25-14
12-12-14
FH 104 T 09:00AM
11:50AM
 
IEL-001-1739
The course is designed for students with limited knowledge of English reading and vocabulary fundamentals. Students will be taught basic phonics and alphabet skills. Emphasis will be placed on reading simple passages containing basic vocabulary and expressions necessary to function in everyday life. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Beg Reading/Vocabulary I 5 DAY Winifred Ryan 08-25-14
12-12-14