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Accounting
ACCT& 201
Principles of Accounting I
Basic principles, theories and procedures for reporting business transactions; analysis and presentation of financial information, integrated with computer applications. Previously ACCTG 210. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0053SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MW
Hybrid Rm1101   Lothyan, M
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0055SecY25cr11:30am-12:20pm  MW
Hybrid Rm1104   Lothyan, M
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ACCT& 202
Principles of Accounting II
Accounting for short- and long-term assets and liabilities, corporations, statement of cash flows, financial statement analysis, and generally accepted accounting principles; integrated with computer applications. Previously ACCTG 220. Prerequisites: ACCT& 201. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0061SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm1104   Fader, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ACCT& 203
Principles of Accounting III
An introduction to job-, process- and activity-based costing, capital budgets, standard costs, cost-volume-profit analysis, and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-making; integrated with computer applications. Previously ACCTG 230. Prerequisites: ACCT& 201. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0065SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1101   Fader, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Anthropology
ANTH& 100
Survey of Anthropology
An introduction to the four subfields of anthropology (archaeology, biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology and sociocultural anthropology) with an emphasis on biological and cultural diversity in past and contemporary societies. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0069SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2208   Tarrant, L
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ANTH 295
Social & Cultural Change
Examines social and cultural change historically and comparatively via an anthropological lens. Moves from theory to practice, empowering students to create effective and inspiring change-actions. Explores change on individual and structural levels, achieving intrapersonal and interpersonal awareness by practicing life and humanization skills. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL& 101 is recommended. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item3017SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1503   Barclay, S
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Biology
BIOL 107
Biology and Society
This non-majors lab course examines the basic biological principles that underlie many of the issues facing our society. Among the topics addressed will be human impact on the environment and biodiversity, genetically modified organisms, gene therapy, stem cells, evolution and natural selection. Previously BIOSC 107. Student option grading.
Item0209SecY15cr12:30pm-01:20pm  M
Hybrid Rm2904   Baldwin, D
   12:30pm-02:20pm  W
  Rm2903    
Additional fees of $15.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
BIOL& 211
Majors Cellular: Biology
Examines the cell as the basic unit of life. Topics covered include: the function of cell organelles, metabolic processes, cell division signaling, the genetics of individuals and populations. For life science majors and allied health students. Laboratory class. Previously BIOSC 201. Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 with 2.0 or better. ENGL& 101 recommended. Student option grading.
Item0245SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  F
Hybrid Rm2932   Gines, L
   12:30pm-03:20pm  M
  Rm2601    
   12:30pm-01:20pm  F
  Rm2601    
Additional fees of $30.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
BIOL& 231
Human Anatomy
Understanding the structure of the human body through the study of the various body systems. Intensive laboratory dissection and lectures are utilized. Laboratory class. Previously BIOSC 210. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 with 2.0 or higher. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0253SecY15cr06:00pm-07:00pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2925   Sargizi, M
   04:00pm-05:50pm  TTh
  Rm2602    
Exams for this class will be held at 6pm on campus on the following days: Jan 21, Feb 11, March 1 and March 11 in room 2925. Additional fees of $30.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Business
BUS& 101
Introduction to Business
Survey of the role of business in a modern market economy, its growth, influence, and relationship to social responsibility. This course will include, but will not be limited to, a study of business objectives, internal and external functions, and organizational management challenges. Previously BUSAD 100. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0313SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTW
Hybrid Rm1402   Kellam, A
   09:30am-10:20am  Th
  Rm1401    
Additional fees of $10.55 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
Item0315SecY25cr10:30am-11:20am  MTW
Hybrid Rm1104   Starr, D
   10:30am-11:20am  Th
  Rm1401    
Additional fees of $10.55 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
Item0317SecY35cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTW
Hybrid Rm1402   Winslow, K
   11:30am-12:20pm  Th
  Rm1401    
Additional fees of $10.55 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
Item0319SecY45cr12:30pm-01:20pm  MTW
Hybrid Rm1104   Melsness, M
   12:30pm-01:20pm  Th
  Rm1308    
Additional fees of $10.55 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
BUS 102
Business Mathematics
Develop analytical skills using estimating, ratio-proportion, percents, graphing, trade/cash discounts, merchandising, simple/compound interest and credit. The course contains elements of communication, critical thinking and problem solving. Previously BUSAD 175. Prerequisite: MATH 060 or score of 22 on COMPASS placement test. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0277SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1101   Starr, D
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 104
Human Relations in Business
Study of human relations in organizations, the identification and development of factors which tend to create a harmonious environment in work situations, discussion and case studies in problem solving and organizational behavior. Previously BUSAD 110. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0283SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1402   Winslow, K
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 105
Essentials of Human Relations
This interactive class will cover strategies on effective communication in organizations. It will also discuss human behavior, motivation and leadership styles and provide tools on how to be a better employee, who understands the value of a diverse workforce. Previously BUSAD 112. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0289SecY12cr12:30pm-01:20pm  M
Hybrid Rm1402   McCloskey, P
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 120
Principles of Marketing
This course examines the role of marketing in a market economy. Topics of study include the functions of marketing, marketing strategies, identifying market segments, consumer buying behavior, product planning, market communication/promotion, marketing of services. Previously BUSAD 120. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0291SecY15cr08:30am-09:20am  MTW
Hybrid Rm1104   Kellam, A
   08:30am-09:20am  Th
  Rm1401    
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 135
Retail Marketing
Students develop integrated marketing skills to plan and operate a retail business. Students explore buyer behavior, retail strategies, site analysis, inventory planning, retail buying, merchandising, staffing, & sales promotion strategies. Previously BUSAD 150. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0293SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1104   Starr, M
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS& 201
Business Law
This course examines the nature and origin of law, law as a legal system of social thought & behavior, legal institutions and processes, legal reasoning, law as a process of protecting and facilitating voluntary arrangements in a business society. Previously BUSAD 250. Prerequisite: Enrollment in BTWRT 215 or ENGL 099 suggested. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0321SecY15cr08:30am-09:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1515   McCloskey, S
This class integrates service-learning. For more information, go to Service Learning page or: http://servicelearning.shoreline.edu/index.cfm An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0323SecY25cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1515   McCloskey, S
This class integrates service-learning. For more information, go to Service Learning page or: http://servicelearning.shoreline.edu/index.cfm An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 230
History of Fashion
Students will learn how fashion and textiles have changed from ancient times to present and how fashion is affected by social, psychological, economic, religious and cultural influences. Previously BUSAD 145. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0305SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1522   Starr, M
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Business Technology
BUSTC 101
Beginning Keyboarding
Introduces the keyboard and operational parts of the personal computer. Special attention is given to correct techniques and beginning formatting of memorandums, letters, and reports. Previously BUSTC 100. Student option grading.
Item0329SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1304   Clemens-Mitc
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 102
Speed Keyboarding 1
Speed, accuracy, and technique drills on a personal computer. Designed for students who are keyboarding at various speeds. Prerequisite: BUSTC 101 or equivalent and 20 wpm keyboarding by touch. Student option grading.
Item0335SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1304   Clemens-Mitc
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 103
Speed Keyboarding 2
Speed, accuracy, and technique drills on a personal computer. Windows OS required. Prerequisite: BUSTC 101 or equivalent and 20 wpm keyboarding by touch. Student option grading.
Item0339SecY13cr09:30am-10:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1304   Clemens-Mitc
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 105
Computer Applications
Introduction to computers and application software in a Windows based environment. Topics include: file management, the internet, and MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Prerequisite: ENGL 099 or EAP 099 or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item0343SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1304   Dalton, G
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 128
Word 2013, Level 1
Introduction to Microsoft Word. Students will learn the basic features to create business documents. Prerequisites: BUSTC 101 or 25 wpm keyboarding. Student option grading.
Item0359SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1304   Clemens-Mitc
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 129
Word 2013, Level 2
Learn advanced features of Microsoft Word. Topics include shared documents, footnotes/endnotes, headers/footers, mail merge, sort, styles, macros, tables/indexes, and forms. Prerequisite: BUSTC 128. Student option grading.
Item0363SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1304   Clemens-Mitc
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 160
PowerPoint 2013
Learn to organize information and create professional-looking graphic presentations. Learn the basic, intermediate, and advanced features of PowerPoint. Student option grading.
Item0371SecY14cr09:30am-10:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1304   Clemens-Mitc
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
CAST 285
Gender, Violence and Social Change
Study of gendered violence, its history, current research and contemporary issues. Social, psychological, legal and politacal implications of abuse are considered. Areas of study include child abuse, rape, domestic violence and sexual harassment. Recommend ENGL& 101. Dual listed with GWS 285. Student option grading.
Item0383SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1802   David, R
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Chemistry
CHEM& 121
Intro to Chemistry
Basic chemistry to supplement/replace high school chemistry for non-science majors. Introduces simplified atomic/molecular theory & the quantitative/qualitative relationships in the chemistry of solutions, gases, liquids, solids & their reactions. Mandatory 2-hour lab is taken concurrently. Prerequisite: MATH 099 with 2.0 or better AND placement into ENGL& 101. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0431SecY15cr01:45pm-02:35pm  Th
Hybrid Rm2703   DiFranco, J
   02:45pm-04:25pm  Th
  Rm2711    
Additional fees of $15.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Cinema
CINEM 201
Introduction to Cinema History
This survey course examines cinema history from pre-motion picture influences to modern day advances. Covers the historical, cultural and artistic impact of film and filmmaking. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor's permission. Student option grading.
Item0445SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MW
Hybrid Rm1524   Monson, D
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Criminal Justice
CJ 135
Crime Prevention through Community Partnerships
Students will examine crime prevention from the perspective of individuals, businesses and law enforcement working together to solve problems in the community. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0447SecY15cr09:30am-11:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm2503   Taylor, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
CJ 241
Principles of Investigation I
An in-depth study of the fundamentals, functions and elements of criminal investigations including preliminary & follow-up investigations leading to successful prosecutions. Challenges faced in investigations will be discussed. Previously CRIMJ 241. Prerequisite: CJ& 101 or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0449SecY15cr09:30am-11:20am  MW
Hybrid Rm2503   Forst, L
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Communication Studies
CMST& 101
Introduction to Communication
Students learn verbal, nonverbal and listening skills essential to effective living and become competent communicators by applying interpersonal, small group, public speaking, and cross-cultural communication theories to a variety of contexts including the workplace, communities, and families. Prerequisite: Successful completion of EAP 099/ENGL 099 or higher. Student option grading.
Item0495SecY15cr08:30am-09:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm0860   Munsell, H
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0497SecY25cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1522   Esquibel, E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0499SecY35cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1727   Harvey, C
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item3025SecY45cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1501   Esquibel, E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
CMST 203
Communication for Social Change
Engage in reflection, discussion and thought-provoking activities to experience a wide range of cultural perspectives, to think critically, and to build empathy. Explore the ways that power and privilege shape perceptions of race, class, gender, sexuality, age, etc. Learn communication skills to effect social change. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 099 required or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Item0467SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm0858   Zimmers, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0469SecY25cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm0858   Zimmers, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
CMST& 220
Public Speaking
Build confidence when speaking with others. Learn to influence others by critically listening to and crafting organized, informative and persuasive speeches. Conduct responsible research on topics appropriate for your audience. Use sound reasoning and strong delivery to achieve effective presentation skills. Previously SPCMU 220. Prerequisite: Successful completion of EAP 099/ENGL 099 or higher. Optional P/NC grading.
Item0511SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm0860   Munsell, H
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0513SecY25cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm0860   Munsell, H
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0515SecY35cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm0860   Munsell, H
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Dental Hygiene
DENHY 112
Dental Anatomy and Morphology
Lecture and laboratory exercises on nomenclature, anatomy, morphology and function of the primary and permanent dentitions. Prerequisite: Admission to the Dental Hygiene Program or permission of instructor. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0523SecY12cr01:30pm-04:30pm  F
Hybrid Rm2513   Krupa,H
  Kintner, P
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Drama
DRMA 255
Directing
Theory and practice in directing for stage productions. Attention given to all aspects from selection to actual production. Previously DRAMA 222. Student option grading.
Item0577SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm4107   Monson, D
Additional fees of $57.50 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Economics
ECON 100
Survey of Economic Principles
A survey of how capitalism works: how we choose what to buy, where to work, and how businesses and governments affect our lives, the environment, and the world. Not recommended for students seeking a bachelor's degree in economics or business. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 099 or higher. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0587SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1724   Lothyan, K
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ECON& 201
Micro Economics
How do consumer and producer choices influence social outcomes? Issues include competition and corporate power, wealth and poverty, environmental quality, and role of government in a market economy. Previously ECON 200. Prerequisite: MATH 098 (2.0 or better), or a score of 51 or higher on the Algebra Compass test, or a score of 28 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test. Completion of ENG 099 (2.0 or better) or EAP 099 (pass) or COMPASS scores of 80 in Reading and 80 in Writing. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0597SecY15cr08:30am-09:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1724   Lothyan, K
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0599SecY25cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1724   Payne, T
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0601SecY35cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2946   Gahagan, J
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ECON& 202
Macro Economics
What determines national economic growth and prosperity? What causes booms and busts? What are the effects of government policies regarding taxes, government spending and money supply? Issues include: unemployment, inflation, international trade and globalization. Previously ECON 201. Prerequisites: ECON& 201 Micro Economics or equivalent with instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0603SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1724   Payne, T
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0605SecY25cr12:30pm-01:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1724   Payne, T
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Education
EDUC 290
Student Internship I
This is the introductory level of the student internship sequence. Each student will gain experience in a classroom setting and apply skills in teamwork, classroom management, curriculum development, teaching and professionalism. Develop a portfolio and attend weekly seminars. Prerequisites: Recommended five Education courses or prior work experience with children. Student option grading.
Item0615SecY15cr12:30pm-02:20pm  M
Hybrid Rm1811   Qaasim, T
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
English
ENGL 090
Reading and Writing in the Academic Subjects
Students develop abilities for successful reading, writing and learning in college. They learn how knowledge and information are organized in college and how to improve achievement across disciplines. Students explore academic/career goals. Usually offered in conjunction with Study Skills 100 for a total of 10 credits. Previously ENG 090. Prerequisite: COMPASS scores of 61 in Reading and 28 in Writing, or completion of English 080 or equivalent with a 2.0 better, or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item0629SecY15cr10:30am-12:20pm  MTTh
Hybrid Rm1725   Parks, G
   10:30am-12:20pm  W
  Rm1308    
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL 099
Analytical Reading and Writing
Students develop analytical reading, writing, and thinking skills necessary for writing college-level essays. Previously ENGL 100. Prerequiste: COMPASS scores of 73 in Reading and 47 in Writing or completion of ENGL 090 or equivalent with a 2.0 or better or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item0645SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1501   Davis, C
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL& 101
English Composition I
Students write essays that display focus, organization, appropriate style, and technical control. They develop skills in critical thinking and close reading of texts and respond in writing and discussion to assigned topics. Previously ENG 101. Prerequisite: COMPASS scores of 80 in Reading and 80 in Writing, or completion of ESL 099, ENGL 099, or equivalent with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item0689SecY15cr08:30am-09:20am  MW
Hybrid Rm1725   Modzelewski,
   08:30am-09:20am  TTh
  Rm1308    
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0691SecY25cr08:30am-09:20am  MW
Hybrid Rm2518   Forster, A
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0693SecY35cr09:30am-10:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm2931   Oldham, D
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0695SecY45cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2946   Smorodinsky
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0697SecY55cr10:30am-11:20am  MW
Hybrid Rm1727   Oldham, D
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0699SecY65cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTTh
Hybrid Rm1727   Henry, G
   11:30am-12:20pm  W
  Rm1301    
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0701SecY75cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2503   Rody, S
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0703SecY85cr12:30pm-01:35pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm1811   Rody, S
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Evening Classes
Item0705SecY95cr04:00pm-06:20pm  T
Hybrid Rm2932   Vasishth, N
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL& 102
Composition II: Reasoning/Research/Writing
Students write research essays on various topics. Using both traditional and new information technologies, they develop skills as researchers, critical thinkers and writers of documented analysis and argumentation. Previously ENG 102. Prerequisites: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or better. Student option grading.
Item0715SecY15cr07:30am-08:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1308   Modzelewski,
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0719SecY25cr08:30am-09:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1503   Rody, S
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0711SecY115cr09:30am-10:20am  MWTh
Hybrid Rm1501   Henry, G
   09:30am-10:20am  T
  Rm1301    
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0721SecY35cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1503   Rody, S
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item3085SecY125cr10:30am-11:20am  MWTh
Hybrid Rm2723   Henry, G
   10:30am-11:20am  T
  Rm1301    
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0725SecY55cr10:30am-11:20am  TTh
Hybrid Rm1727   Smorodinsky
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0727SecY65cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2931   Boyd, K
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0729SecY75cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2931   Boyd, K
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0731SecY85cr11:30am-12:20pm  MW
Hybrid Rm1515   Smorodinsky
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0733SecY95cr11:30am-12:20pm  MW
Hybrid Rm1504   Oldham, D
   11:30am-12:20pm  TTh
  Rm1308    
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item0717SecY105cr12:30pm-01:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1301   Idiart, J
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
   
ENGL& 111
Introduction to Literature
Students explore poetry, fiction, non-fiction and drama representing multiple perspectives of the human experience. Previously ENG 201. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 099 or EAP 099, or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Item0735SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2946   Vasishth, N
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL& 111W
Introduction to Literature
Students explore poetry, fiction, non-fiction and drama representing multiple perspectives of the human experience. Previously ENG 201. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 099 or EAP 099, or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Item0737SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2946   Vasishth, N
'W' following the course number indicates the class satisfies UW writing requirement.  Extensive writing requirement. An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL 248
Modern American Women Writers
This course examines how modern women writers explore, express, & construct identity and experience through literature. Read literature from multiple perspectives and cultures in the U.S. Authors may include Hurston, Erdrich, Lahiri, Lorde, Morrison, Ozick, Tan, Viramontes, Wharton and Yamamoto. Previously ENG 236. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 099 or EAP 099, or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Item0647SecY15cr12:30pm-01:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2931   Boyd, K
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL 248W
Modern American Women Writers
This course examines how modern women writers explore, express, & construct identity and experience through literature. Read literature from multiple perspectives and cultures in the U.S. Authors may include Hurston, Erdrich, Lahiri, Lorde, Morrison, Ozick, Tan, Viramontes, Wharton and Yamamoto. Previously ENG 236. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 099 or EAP 099, or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Item0649SecY15cr12:30pm-01:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2931   Boyd, K
'W' following the course number indicates the class satisfies UW writing requirement.  Extensive writing requirement. An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL 271
Beginning Poetry Writing I
Students discover the pleasure and craft of writing poetry in a variety of styles and voices. Students read the works of other poets as models of form and technique and submit drafts of poems for peer feedback in a workshop setting. Previously ENG 274. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL& 101 or equivalent with instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item0651SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2059   Martin, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL 272
Beginning Poetry Writing II
Continues the work of ENGL 271: Students discover the pleasure and craft of writing poetry in a variety of styles and voices. Students read the works of other poets as models of form and technique and submit drafts of poems for peer feedback in a workshop setting. Previously ENG 275. Prerequisite: ENGL 271 or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item0653SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2059   Martin, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL 295
Special Topics in English
Classes focus on specific issues and/or topics of interest in English. Previously ENG 285.
Stories across Asia: Tales of Lust, Ambition and Enlightenment
Item0655SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2946   Vasishth, N
Explores themes through a wide variety of story-telling art forms from Asian countries: literary fiction, poetry, drama, stone-carvings, paintings, manga, and cinema.  Focuses mostly on art forms from India, Japan, and China. An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Revolutionary Imaginations in Women’s Writing
Item0657SecY25cr12:30pm-01:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2931   Boyd, K
This course explores how a variety of women writers, in different historical moments, imagine social change and envision anti-racist feminist activism in their particular political landscapes. An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL 295W
Special Topics in English-W
Classes focus on specific issues and/or topics of interest in English. Previously ENG 285W.
Stories across Asia: Tales of Lust, Ambition and Enlightenment
Item0659SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2946   Vasishth, N
Explores themes through a wide variety of story-telling art forms from Asian countries: literary fiction, poetry, drama, stone-carvings, paintings, manga, and cinema.  Focuses mostly on art forms from India, Japan, and China. An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Revolutionary Imaginations in Women’s Writing
Item0661SecY25cr12:30pm-01:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2931   Boyd, K
This course explores how a variety of women writers, in different historical moments, imagine social change and envision anti-racist feminist activism in their particular political landscapes. 'W' following the course number indicates the class satisfies UW writing requirement.  Extensive writing requirement. An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Engineering
ENGR 205
Solid Works and Parametric Modeling
Introduction to creating 3D CAD models using feature-based, parametric solid-modeling design; base, boss and cut features using extruded, revolved, simple swept and lofted shapes; capturing design intent using automatic or user-defined geometric and dimensional constraints; detail and assembly drawings. Prerequisites: ENGR& 114 and MATH 099 with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0745SecY13cr04:00pm-04:50pm  F
Hybrid Rm2502B   Tsui, C
Additional fees of $10.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
ENGR 206
Advanced Solid Works
Advanced 3D CAD models using SolidWorks parametric solid modeling; swept and lofted shapes; assembly interference checking, collision detection, dynamic clearance, physical dynamics and simulation surfaces, use of Photo Works rendering, and Cosmos FEA in linear static, frequency, buckling, and thermal analysis. Prerequisite: ENGR 205 with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item0747SecY13cr04:00pm-04:50pm  F
Hybrid Rm2502B   Tsui, C
Additional fees of $10.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
 
ESL/ABE
ESLAB 005
ESL I-DEA Lab
A learning center for students enrolled in ESL I-DEA. Student practice language and technology skills under supervision of an ESL I-DEA Instructor. Prerequisite: Placement into ESL I-DEA. Mandatory P/NC grading.
Item3045SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  DAILY
Hybrid Rm1726   Bretz, K
ESLAB 030
Integrated Skills in English 3
Students further develop their reading, writing, and grammar skills with an emphasis on writing basic paragraphs. Prerequisites: Successful completion of the previous level or appropriate placement on the CASAS and/or SCC ESL placement test. Mandatory P/NC grading.
Item0831SecY110cr08:30am-10:20am  DAILY
Hybrid Rm1726   Gibson, J
ESLAB 035
Listening & Speaking in English 3
Students practice more complex listening and speaking tasks in job, school and daily-life situations. Students acquire basic conversational skills. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the previous level or appropriate placement on the CASAS and/or SCC ESL placement test. Mandatory P/NC grading.
Item0837SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  DAILY
Hybrid Rm1726   Gibson, J
 
French
FRCH& 121
French I
Fast-paced interactive approach to learning French: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Topics: pronunciation, basic sentence patterns, present tense, agreement. Vocabulary themes: identification, greetings, likes and dislikes, family. Previously FRNCH 101. Student option grading.
Item0951SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1811   Goudarzi, V
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
FRCH& 122
French II
Continuation of FRCH& 121. Fast-paced interactive approach to learning French. Topics: near future, past tense, imperative, partitive article, prepositions. Vocabulary themes: travel, food, purchases, directions. Cultural studies continued. Previously FRNCH 102. Prerequisite: FRCH& 121 or equivalent with instructor's permission. Student option grading.
Item0953SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1811   Goudarzi, V
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Geography
GEOG 204
Weather/Climate and Ecosystems
An introduction to Earth's atmosphere and ecosystems. Focus on atmospheric and biological patterns and processes and their measurement and representation. Topics include global, North American and local (Northwest and Puget Sound) perspectives including climate change. A lab science distribution credit. Previously GEOG 206 and GEOG& 204. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 099 or EAP 099 or successful completion of ENGL 090 or ESL 098. Student option grading.
Item0983SecY15cr12:30pm-01:35pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2920   Dodd, C
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Gender Women's Studies
GWS 284
Gender, Race and Class
This course explores the ways in which one's gender, race, class and sexual orientation affect access to, participation in, and treatment by a variety of social institutions. We study the legal system, education, and the media as well as actions to confront systems of oppression in the U.S. Previously WOMEN 284. Student option grading.
Item1007SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1802   David, R
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item1009SecY25cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1802   David, R
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
GWS 285
Gender, Violence and Social Change
Study of gendered violence, its history, current research and contemporary issues. Social, psychological, legal and political implications of abuse are considered. Areas of study include child abuse, rape, domestic violence and sexual harassment. Previously WOMEN 285. Recommend ENGL& 101. Dual listed with CAST 285. Student option grading.
Item1011SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1802   David, R
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
History
HIST& 146
US History I: Early America to 1800
Chronological and thematic study of U.S. history from Early America to 1800 with emphasis on its cultural, diplomatic, economic, political, and social elements. Major topics: indigenous societies, European conquest and colonization, ethnic and religious diversity, slavery, the American Revolution, the U.S. Constitution, and republicanism. Prerequisite: Concurrent or successful completion of ENGL& 101 is recommended. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item1065SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1813   Esch, T
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
HIST& 147
US History II: Nineteenth Century
Chronological and thematic study of U.S. History from 1800 to 1900 with emphasis on its cultural, diplomatic, economic, political, and social elements. Major topics: republicanism, westward expansion, slavery and abolitionism, social and political reform, Civil War, Reconstruction, Indian policy, industrialism, immigration and urbanization. Prerequisite: Concurrent or successful completion of ENGL& 101 is recommended. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item1067SecY15cr08:30am-09:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1813   Wright, T
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
HIST 246
African-Amer Hist 1: Ancient Africa to 1877
This course examines the economic and social development beginning in Africa, throughout the diaspora, with specific reference to the slave experience in the United States. Emphasis is upon the cultural, political, and economic development of America from an African American perspective. Previously HIST 211. Prerequisite: ENGL 099 or placement into ENGL& 101. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item3021SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  TThF
Hybrid Rm1813   Johnson, E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Honors
HNRS 250
Honors Seminar
As the second course of the Honors Program sequence, students will explore their thesis topic with the aid of a faculty mentor with the focus of understanding and evaluating the theories, concepts, statistics or other information as related to their topic. Prerequisite: HNRS 100; ENGL& 102 are strongly recommended. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item1075SecY13cr01:00pm-02:20pm  W
Hybrid Rm4106   Zimmers, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Japanese
JAPN& 222
Japanese V
A continuation of JAPN& 221, taught in communicative approach, continued work on Kanji characters and sentence structures including transitive and intransitive verbs. Topics: Japanese customs and traditions, rules and regulations, Japanese streets and how to give directions, employment system in Japan and future plans. Previously JAPAN 212. Prerequisite: JAPN& 221 or equivalent with instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item1113SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1803   Steinmetz, M
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Multicultural Studies
MCS 105
Introduction to Multicultural Studies
Students will develop a personal and historical understanding of issues related to race, social class, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities & culture; and how these issues are used in the distribution of power and privilege in the U.S. Previously IASTU 105. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 099 or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Item1247SecY15cr08:30am-09:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1504   Hamako,E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item1249SecY25cr09:30am-10:20am  MWF
Hybrid Rm1504   Kleisath, M
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item1251SecY35cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1814   Hamako,E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item1253SecY45cr10:30am-11:20am  MWF
Hybrid Rm1504   Kleisath, M
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item1255SecY55cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1814   Hamako,E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item1257SecY65cr11:30am-12:20pm  TThF
Hybrid Rm1504   Johnson, E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Item1259SecY75cr12:30pm-01:20pm  TThF
Hybrid Rm1504   Johnson, E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Manufacturing Technology
MFGT 155
Quality Assurance Fundamentals
This course provides a fundamental overview and awareness of the concepts, theory, and practice of quality as it relates to today's machining environment. Prerequisite: Successful completion of MFGT 120, or Instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.
Evening Classes
Item1309SecY15cr06:00pm-08:50pm  W
Hybrid Rm2502B   Purdy, K
Additional fees of $110.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
MFGT 215
Manufacturing Technology Programming
This course presents the introductory concepts of numerically controlled machining technology as it affects part design, part programming, and part production. Prerequisite: MFGT 120 with a 2.0 or better or instructor approval. Mandatory decimal grading.
Evening Classes
Item1321SecY16cr06:00pm-07:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2502B   Keever, B
Additional fees of $110.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
MFGT 220
Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
This course provides the fundamental knowledge and skills to properly use Computer Aided Manufacturing software to transition products from design to manufacturing. Prerequisite: MFGT with a 2.0 or better. Mandatory decimal grading.
Evening Classes
Item1327SecY16cr06:00pm-07:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2502B   Keever, B
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Medical Lab Technology
MLT 222
Clinical Chemistry Lecture
The theoretical and practical concepts associated with testing procedures, including fundamentals of instrumentation, methodology, quality, control, and biochemistry related to substances tested in the clinical chemistry laboratory. Previously MLT 266. Prerequisite: Admission to the MLT Program. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item1363SecY16cr10:00am-11:50am  W
Hybrid Rm2346   Seegers, S
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
MLT 224
Clinical Microbiology Lecture
Basic theory of clinical microbiology including disease states, isolation and identification of bacterial organisms. Emphasis is placed on media selection and interpretation of result diagnostic tests. Previously MLT 228. Prerequisites: BIOL& 260 with a grade of 2.0 or better; admission into the MLT program. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item1365SecY15cr01:00pm-02:50pm  W
Hybrid Rm2346   Morse, M
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Clean Energy Technology
NRG 123
PV Performance Analysis
Deals with system performance & commissioning including pre-inspection checkout, startup, troubleshooting, verification, and monitoring. Focus is on a safe and properly installed system with overview of advancd metering tools. Prerequisite: NRG 120. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item1635SecY13cr05:00pm-07:50pm  F
Hybrid Rm1724   Bradt, R
This class will meet on 1/8, 1/22, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4 and 3/18 Additional fees of $10.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class.
NRG 223
Battery Based PV System Design
Preparation for the complex design requirements of battery based PV systems. Design, code requirements, maintenance, and safety consideration for both utility interactive (grid-tied) and stand-alone (off-grid) battery based PV systems. Prerequisite: NRG 105 and NRG 120 with grades of 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item3012SecY15cr05:30pm-08:00pm  W
Hybrid Rm1724   Bradt, R
Additional fees of $10.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Nutrition
NUTR& 101
Nutrition
A general study of nutrients in food, its digestion, absorption and metabolism. Course also deals with energy balance, weight control, nutritional assessment and improvement of general well-being. Previously NDF 110. Prerequisite: Recommended completion of MATH 070 and ENGL 099 or EAP 099. Student option grading.
Item1801SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2517   Putnam, K
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Oceanography
OCEA& 101
Introduction to Oceanography
Study of the sea floor features, the earth's interior, ancient sea levels and climates, pollutants, nutrients, ocean currents, waves, beaches, tides and habitats. Labs on rocks, charts and navigation, sea water and organisms of the sea. Previously OCEAN 101. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 and MATH 080 with 2.0 or better. Student option grading.
Item1803SecY15cr10:30am-12:20pm  F
Hybrid Rm2903   Saunders, B
Additional fees of $22.95 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
Item1805SecY25cr12:30pm-02:20pm  F
Hybrid Rm2903   Khandro, L
Additional fees of $22.95 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Philosophy
PHIL& 101
Introduction to Philosophy
Examination and discussion of important philosophical arguments pertinaing to the classic questions of philosophy, including: Does God exist? What is truth? How does knowledge differ from opinion? What is consciousness? Do we have free will? What is justice? Prerequisite: Recommend successful completion of ENGL 099 or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Item1897SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1102   Herrick, P
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PHIL 102
Contemporary Moral Problems
Students examine a variety of different ethical standpoints and theories which they apply to moral issues such as war, human trafficking, capital punishment, human rights, animal rights, euthanasia, the environment, abortion, racial and ethnic discrimination, social justice, and issues of gender and sexuality. Prerequisite: Recommend successful completion of ENGL 099 or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Item1885SecY15cr08:30am-09:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1102   Lindenmuth,
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PHIL& 120
Symbolic Logic
Students translate reasoning into symbolic language and then test it for validity using algorithms and proof procedures similar to those used in math and computer science. Prerequisite: MATH 098 (2.0 or better), or MATH 099 (2.0 or better), or a score of 69 or higher on the Algebra COMPASS test or a score of 35 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test. Student option grading.
Item1901SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2208   Herrick, P
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PHIL 210
Comparative Religion
A comparative survey of the history, beliefs and practices of major religions and religious traditions around the world. Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Jainism, Shintoism, Native American traditions and traditions of other indigenous peoples, Witchcraft, and so forth. Student option grading.
Item3018SecY15cr10:30am-11:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1508   Lindenmuth,
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PHIL 240
Introduction to Ethics
What is the basis of human rights? Which rights, if any, should be universal? What, if anything, is truly good in itself? What is social justice? Join this course for lively philosophical discussions on these and other big questions pertaining to the nature of right and wrong, good and bad. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or equivalent recommended. Student option grading.
Item1887SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm2208   Herrick, P
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Political Science
POLS& 203
International Relations
This class examines how nations interact in a globalized world.  World views, national interests, power, war and peace, international organizations and law, trade and development, human rights, the environment, and alternate strategies for resolving global problems will be discussed. Previously POLSC 203. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 is recommended. Student option grading.
Item1919SecY15cr09:30am-10:20am  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1814   Fuell, L
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
POLS 295
Introduction to Political Theory
Explores Classical and Modern theories of the nature of government and politics. Looks at the role of ideology in political thought. Focus on liberalism, conservatism, and democratic socialism. Examines issues including the nature of conflict, equality, good government, justice, and obedience.
Item1915SecY15cr12:30pm-02:20pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm1813   Taylor, T
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Psychology
PSYC& 100
General Psychology
Course provides an introduction to the scientific study of the biological, mental, and social factors that influence human behavior. Topics covered include: personality, learning, memory, critical thinking, intelligence, psychological disorders, and treatments. Previously PSYCH 100. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item1943SecY25cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1508   Knight, E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
Evening Classes
Item1945SecY35cr06:30pm-08:50pm  T
Hybrid Rm1813   Knight, E
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PSYC& 200
Lifespan Psychology
A survey of human development from conception through death. Physical, emotional, cognitive and psychosocial development will be explored. Previously PSYCH 204. Mandatory decimal grading.
Item1949SecY15cr12:30pm-02:30pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm1508   Knauf, D
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Spanish
SPAN& 121
Spanish I
Fast-paced beginning course in Spanish: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Topics include greetings, family, and leisure activities vocabulary and the present tense. Cultural studies include social amenities and exposure to Hispanic art, music and history. Previously SPAN 101. Student option grading.
Item1975SecY15cr11:30am-12:20pm  MTWTh
Hybrid Rm1805   Acosta, A
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
SPAN& 122
Spanish II
Fast-paced course in Spanish: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Topics include past tenses, commands, direct/indirect object pronouns, clothing and food vocabulary. Cultural studies continue with exposure to Hispanic art, music and history. Previously SPAN 102. Prerequisite: SPAN& 121 or equivalent with instructor's permission. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item1981SecY15cr06:30pm-08:30pm  M
Hybrid Rm1805   Wirkala, R
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Study Skills
STYSK 100
Academic Success Strategies
Students learn techniques for studying successfully in their college classes. Techniques may include reading strategies, information-gathering, note-taking, writing-to-learn and improving memory. Students will practice these skills using materials from their other classes. Prerequisite: COMPASS scores of 61 in Reading, 28 in Writing, or completion of ENGL 080 or equivalent with a 2.0 better, or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item1989SecY15cr10:30am-12:20pm  MTTh
Hybrid Rm1725   Parks, G
   10:30am-12:20pm  W
  Rm1308    
An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Visual Comm Technology
VCT 112
Visual Communications Survey
A survey of the visual design industry and production processes for print, web, video, animation, multimedia and game design. Previously VCT 111. Student option grading.
Item3013SecY15cr09:30am-12:10pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2010   Schultz, C
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 205
Specialization: Design Studio/Portfolio 5
Students explore portfolio development as they pursue an individual direction, producing new design solutions and reworking existing projects. Hard copy and digital formats of finished portfolios are created. Prerequisite: VCT 204 (minimum 2.0) or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2037SecY14cr10:30am-12:10pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Yates, A
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 206
Specialization: Design Studio/Portfolio 6
Students continue exploring portfolio development as they pursue an individual direction, producing new design solutions and reworking existing projects. Hard copy and digital formats of finished portfolios are created. Prerequisite: VCT 205 (minimum 2.0) or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2041SecY14cr10:30am-12:10pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Yates, A
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 207
Specialization: Design Studio/Portfolio 7
Students continue exploring portfolio development as they pursue an individual direction, producing new design solutions and reworking existing projects. Hard copy and digital formats of finished portfolios are created. Prerequisite: VCT 206 (minimum 2.0) or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2045SecY14cr10:30am-12:10pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Yates, A
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 215
Specialization: Adobe Studio/Portfolio 1
Students explore visual design software as they pursue an individual direction, using online training modules for Adobe software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 128 (2.0 minimum), VCT 134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2049SecY14cr10:30am-12:10pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Yates, A
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 216
Specialization: Adobe Studio/Portfolio 2
Students continue exploration and skills development as they pursue an individual direction, using online training modules for Adobe software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 128 (2.0 minimum), VCT 134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2051SecY14cr10:30am-12:10pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Yates, A
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 217
Specialization: Adobe Studio/Portfolio 3
Students complete their exploration and skills development in this final course in the sequence, using online training modules for Adobe software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 128 (2.0 minimum), VCT 134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2053SecY14cr10:30am-12:10pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Yates, A
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 225
Specialization: Interactive Web/Studio 1
Students explore web/interactive design as they pursue an individual direction, using online training modules for HTML, CMS, CSS, Javascript and other Web/interactive authoring applications. Prerequisite: VCT134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 135 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), VCT 170 (2.0 minimum), VCT 176 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2055SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2026   Fant, C
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class. This is a variable credit course. Register for the number of credits desired.
VCT 226
Specialization: Interactive Web/Studio 2
Students continue exploration and skills development as they pursue an individual direction, using online training modules for HTML, CMS, CSS, Javascript and other Web/interactive authoring applications. Prerequisite: VCT 134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 135 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), VCT 170 (2.0 minimum), VCT 176 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2059SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2026   Fant, C
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class. This is a variable credit course. Register for the number of credits desired.
VCT 227
Specialization: Interactive Web/Studio 1
Students complete exploration of interactive design as they pursue an individual direction, using online training modules for HTML, CMS, CSS, Javascript and other Web/interactive authoring applications. Prerequisite: VCT 134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 135 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), VCT 170 (2.0 minimum), VCT 176 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item2063SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2026   Fant, C
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 235
Specialization: Autodesk/3D Studio/Game Design 1
Students explore and develop skills as they pursue an individual direction, using online training modules for Autodesk or other 3D software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 135 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), VCT 176 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2067SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Bishop, D
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 236
Specialization: Autodesk/3D Studio/Game Design 2
Students continue exploration and skills development as they pursue an individual direciton, using online training modules for Autodesk or other 3D software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 135 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), VCT 176 (2.0 minimum) or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2071SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Bishop, D
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 237
Specialization: Autodesk/3D Studio/Game Design 3
Students complete their exploration and skills development in this final course in the sequence, using online training modules for Autodesk or other 3D software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 134 (2.0 minimum), VCT 135 (2.0 minimum), VCT 136 (2.0 minimum), VCT 176 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2075SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Bishop, D
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 245
Specialization: Video/Visual Effects Studio 1
Students explore an individual direction using online training modules for video and effects software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 267 (2.0 minimum) or VCT 268 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2079SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Bishop, D
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 246
Specialization: Video/Visual Effects Studio 2
Students continue exploration of an individual direction, using online training modules for video and effects software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 245 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2083SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Bishop, D
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 247
Specialization: Video/Visual Effects Studio 3
Students complete exploration of an individual direction, using online training modules for video and effects software to produce portfolio material. Prerequisite: VCT 246 (2.0 minimum), or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Item2087SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Bishop, D
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
VCT 278
Compositing with After Effects
Course provides theory and practice in using After Effects for post production work in compositing, animation and motion effects. Topics include composition, effects, alpha channels, color correction, tweening, motion paths, importing and exporting. Prerequisites: VCT 134 and VCT 135 and VCT 136, and VCT 267 or 268, or instructor approval. Student option grading.
Item3014SecY14cr03:30pm-05:50pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm2009   Bishop, D
Additional fees of $37.70 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
 
 
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