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									                               Daily Updates for 09/FY
     Date          PRE   CCN      Type of Change         Effective Date          College         Notes
August 29, 2008    SDV   149           Addition                                   EICC
August 28, 2008    NET   937           Addition                                   HCC
August 26, 2008    NET   217        Title Change                                           All colleges agreed.
August 26, 2008    NET   218        Title Change                                           All colleges agreed.
August 26, 2008    NET   219        Title Change                                           All colleges agreed.
August 26, 2008    NET   220        Title Change                                           All colleges agreed.
August 26, 2008    NET   217           Addition         January 12, 2009          IVCC
August 26, 2008    NET   218           Addition         January 12, 2009          IVCC
August 26, 2008    NET   219           Addition         January 12, 2009          IVCC
August 26, 2008    NET   220           Addition         January 12, 2009          IVCC
August 19, 2008    PHR   100           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   101           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   102           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   123           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   124           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   132           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   140           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   160           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   801           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 19, 2008    PHR   802           Addition         August 25, 2008          DMACC
August 7, 2008     EGT   134       Credit Change                                  EICC           HP130
August 6, 2008     GRT   206           Addition                                   EICC           GA205
August 6, 2008     GRT   205        Deactivation                                  EICC           GA205
August 6, 2008     GRT   169           Addition                                   EICC           GA170
August 6, 2008     GRT   170        Deactivation                                  EICC           GA170
August 1, 2008     AGB   108           Addition                                   EICC           FF108
August 1, 2008     EMS   211           Addition                                   ICCC
 July 30, 2008     AGS   306        Deactivation        January 12, 2009           KCC          AE423U
 July 30, 2008     AGS   280           Addition         January 12, 2009           KCC
 July 24, 2008     NET   300           Addition                                   EICC
 July 24, 2008     CRR   797           Addition                                   EICC
 July 24, 2008     SOC   189       Credit Change         August 20, 2008           NCC          SS232A
 July 22, 2008     ECE   103           Addition                                  DMACC
 July 22, 2008     ECE   101        Deactivation                                 DMACC          CHLD210
 July 22, 2008     ECE   121        Deactivation                                 DMACC          CHLD217
 July 22, 2008     ECE   170           Addition                                  DMACC

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                             Daily Updates for 09/FY
July 22, 2008    ECE   173        Deactivation                                 DMACC      CHLD110
July 22, 2008    ECE   221          Addition                                   DMACC
July 22, 2008    ECE   220        Deactivation                                 DMACC      CHLD216
July 22, 2008    ECE   262          Addition                                   DMACC
July 22, 2008    ECE   266        Deactivation                                 DMACC      CHLD411
July 22, 2008    ECE   281        Deactivation                                 DMACC      CHLD420
July 22, 2008    ECE   932          Addition                                   DMACC
July 22, 2008    ECE   267        Deactivation                                 DMACC      CHLD421
July 18, 2008    DSL   547          Addition                                    ICCC
July 17, 2008    HSV   287       Credit Change                                   KCC
July 17, 2008    HSV   813       Credit Change                                   KCC
July 17, 2008    HSV   814       Credit Change                                   KCC
July 17, 2008    HSC   116          Addition                                    EICC
July 17, 2008    CSC   169          Addition           August 20, 2008           NCC
July 17, 2008    CSC   701          Addition           August 20, 2008           NCC
July 17, 2008    CSC   702          Addition           August 20, 2008           NCC
July 17, 2008    CSC   201          Addition           August 20, 2008           NCC
July 17, 2008    CIS   652          Addition           August 20, 2008           NCC
July 17, 2008    HSC   110        Deactivation                                  EICC
July 17, 2008    CRJ   924          Addition           August 26, 2008          IHCC
July 17, 2008    CON   911         Revision             July 17, 2008           NICC   Never been used.
July 17, 2008    COS   130        Deactivation         August 8, 2008           NICC       22:040
July 17, 2008    COS   131        Deactivation         August 8, 2008           NICC       22:041
July 17, 2008    COS   132        Deactivation         August 8, 2008           NICC       22:048
July 17, 2008    CON   165        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       18:017
July 17, 2008    CON   195        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       18:019
July 17, 2008    CON   196        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       18:020
July 17, 2008    CON   238        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       18:021
July 17, 2008    CON   239        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       18:022
July 17, 2008    ELE   181        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       34:023
July 17, 2008    ELE   182        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       34:026
July 17, 2008    ELE   188        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       34:064
July 17, 2008    ELT   120        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       34:031
July 17, 2008    ESL   019        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       14:003
July 17, 2008    ESL   100        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       14:005
July 17, 2008    GRA   172        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       16:022
July 17, 2008    HIT   290        Deactivation         August 6, 2008           NICC

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                             Daily Updates for 09/FY
July 17, 2008    HIT   430        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       64:022
July 17, 2008    HIT   470        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       64:026
July 17, 2008    HSV   853        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       48:804
July 17, 2008    MST   110        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       22:059
July 17, 2008    MST   121        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       22:061
July 17, 2008    MST   124        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       22:060
July 17, 2008    MST   134        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       22:066
July 17, 2008    MST   135        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       22:065
July 17, 2008    MST   165        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       22:070
July 17, 2008    PHS   192        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       40:021
July 17, 2008    PHS   197        Deactivation         August 7, 2008           NICC       40:040
July 17, 2008    RDG   032         Revision             July 17, 2008           NICC   Never been used.
July 15, 2008    NET   114         Revision                                     EICC        IT:100
July 15, 2008    AUT   121         Addition                                     ICCC
July 15, 2008    CON   100         Addition                                     ICCC
July 11, 2008    SDV   080         Addition            August 18, 2008           KCC
July 11, 2008    EGR   111         Addition                                     EICC
July 11, 2008    EGR   110        Deactivation                                  EICC       EG101
July 10, 2008    EGT   416         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGT   422         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGR   400         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGR   410         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGR   412         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGR   414         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGR   416         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGR   418         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGR   420         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGR   422         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGT   196         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGT   108         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGT   202         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGT   251         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGT   199         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
July 10, 2008    EGT   261         Addition            August 19, 2008           KCC
 July 9, 2008    DSL   330         Addition                                    DMACC
 July 9, 2008    CHM   261         Addition            August 20, 2008           NCC
 July 9, 2008    BIO   451         Addition            August 20, 2008           NCC

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                             Daily Updates for 09/FY
July 9, 2008     BIO   812         Addition          August 20, 2008           NCC
July 9, 2008     BIO   813         Addition          August 20, 2008           NCC
July 9, 2008     PWL   199         Addition          August 20, 2008           NCC
July 9, 2008     CHM   292         Addition          August 20, 2008           NCC
July 8, 2008     AGP   435         Addition          January 12, 2009          KCC
July 8, 2008     AGP   436         Addition          August 19, 2008           KCC
July 8, 2008     AGS   220         Addition          August 19, 2008           KCC
July 8, 2008     MFG   104         Addition                                   EICC
July 8, 2008     FLA   141         Addition                                   ICCC
July 8, 2008     FLA   142         Addition                                   ICCC
July 8, 2008     FLA   241         Addition                                   ICCC
July 8, 2008     FLA   242         Addition                                   ICCC




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                                                    Daily Updates 09/FY - Current Date
        Date           Pre   CCN   Type of Change                            Title                  Credits     Effective Date     College   Notes




 September 13, 2010    ECE   106        New                 Child Development Associate Standards     1         January, 2011      DMACC     ECE106




 September 13, 2010    CHM   102        New                           Biofuels Chemistry              2       September 13, 2010   WITCC     CHM102




 September 13, 2010    OTA   101        New                           Introduction to OT              3       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA101



 September 13, 2010    OTA   102        New                    Human Movement & Occupation            3       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA102




 September 13, 2010    OTA   103        New                             Task Analysis                 3       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA103



 September 13, 2010    OTA   104        New                         Assitive Tech and EM              2       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA104




 September 13, 2010    OTA   201        New                       Pediatrics and Occupation           3       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA201


 September 13, 2010    OTA   202        New                          Pediatric OTA Skills             3       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA202


 September 13, 2010    OTA   203        New                           Level I Fieldwork A             2       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA230




 September 13, 2010    OTA   301        New                     Adult Conditions & Occupation         4       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA301


 September 13, 2010    OTA   302        New                          Physical OTA Skills              3       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA302



 September 13, 2010    OTA   303        New                        Psychosocial OTA Skills            3       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA303


 September 13, 2010    OTA   304        New                           Level I Fieldwork B             2       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA304




 September 13, 2010    OTA   401        New                          Elders & Occupation              2       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA401


 September 13, 2010    OTA   402        New                    OTA Skills for Elder Populations       2       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA402



  September 13, 2010
11/9/201111:00 PM      OTA   501        New                    Professional Practice for the OTA      3       September 13, 2010    HCC      OTA501
 September 13, 2010   OTA   502      New                       Level II Fieldwork A                 5    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA502



 September 13, 2010   OTA   503      New                       Level II Fieldwork B                 5    September 13, 2010    HCC    OTA503
 September 12, 2010   SER   112   Deactivation                 Biofuels Chemistry                   2    September 13, 2010   WITCC   SER112



  September 7, 2010   END   301      New                    Electroneurodiagnostics I                6    Janaury 1, 2011     EICC    END301
   August 31, 2010    AND   527   Deactivation          Comprehensive Care of Adults I              11    August 31, 2010     NICC    AND 527
   August 31, 2010    BCA   100   Deactivation                  Computer Literacy                    1    August 31, 2010     NICC    BCA100
   August 31, 2010    CIS   730   Deactivation               Techniques of Training                  3    August 31, 2010     NICC     16:037
   August 31, 2010    CIS   731   Deactivation      Communication for the Computer Analyst           2    August 31, 2010     NICC     CIS731
   August 31, 2010    CIS   801   Deactivation     Ethical and Security Issues in Cyberspace         2    August 31, 2010     NICC     CIS801
   August 31, 2010    EMS   212   Deactivation                      EMT Basic                        7    August 31, 2010     NICC    EMS212
   August 31, 2010    EMS   309   Deactivation                  EMT Intermediate                     3    August 31, 2010     NICC     44:021
   August 31, 2010    HSV   255   Deactivation            Addictive Disease Concepts                 3    August 31, 2010     NICC     48:103
   August 31, 2010    HSV   151   Deactivation           Human Services Technology II                3    August 31, 2010     NICC     48:017
   August 31, 2010    HSV   280   Deactivation             Psychosocial Rehabilitation               3    August 31, 2010     NICC     48:107
   August 31, 2010    MST   128   Deactivation                      Massage I                        4    August 31, 2010     NICC     22:051
   August 31, 2010    MST   130   Deactivation                      Massage II                       4    August 31, 2010     NICC     22:052
   August 31, 2010    MST   136   Deactivation           Massage in Special Population               3    August 31, 2010     NICC    MST136
   August 31, 2010    MST   160   Deactivation    Legal and Ethical Issues in Marriage Practice      2    August 31, 2010     NICC    MST160
   August 31, 2010    MFG   212   Deactivation               Basic Machine Theory                    3    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:033
   August 31, 2010    MFG   215   Deactivation             Advanced Machine Theory                   3    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:034
   August 31, 2010    MFG   220   Deactivation                Machine Operations I                   2    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:039
   August 31, 2010    MFG   225   Deactivation                Machine Operations I                   8    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:038
   August 31, 2010    MFG   226   Deactivation               Machine Operations II                   2    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:041
   August 31, 2010    MFG   231   Deactivation               Machine Operations II                   8    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:040
   August 31, 2010    MFG   303   Deactivation                 CNC Fundamentals                     10    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:044
   August 31, 2010    NET   320   Deactivation                   Microsoft Server                    4    August 31, 2010     NICC     10:086
   August 31, 2010    PNN   174   Deactivation                  Nursing Concepts                     7    August 31, 2010     NICC    PNN174
   August 31, 2010    PNN   432   Deactivation      Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family          2    August 31, 2010     NICC    PNN432
   August 31, 2010    RAD   145   Deactivation              Radiographic Procedures                  3    August 31, 2010     NICC    RAD145
   August 31, 2010    RAD   520   Deactivation                Clinical Education IV                  7    August 31, 2010     NICC     84:054
   August 31, 2010    RAD   560   Deactivation                 Clinical Education V                  7    August 31, 2010     NICC     84:055
   August 31, 2010    RAD   865   Deactivation      Magnetic Resonance Imaging Internship           12    August 31, 2010     NICC    RAD865
   August 25, 2010    EGT   400    Addition        PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design         3    August 25, 2010     SCC
   August 25, 2010    GLS   120    Addition              Education Experience Abroad                 3     August, 2011       KCC



   August 25, 2010    MOT   201   Title Change      Advanced Diagnostics & Troubleshooting          2     August 25, 2010     WITCC

   August 25, 2010    ELE   222      New            Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition        3     August 25, 2010     WITCC


   August 25, 2010    BUS   256      New                    Real Estate Prelicensure                4         August          ICCC


    August 25, 2010   ART   928    Addition                      Independent Study                  v     August 25, 2010     EICC
    August 11, 2010   ADM   202   Deactivation                    Legal Description                 3     August 11, 2010     WITCC   OFS2260
    August 11, 2010   ADM   206   Deactivation              Legal Document Formatting               3     August 11, 2010     WITCC   OFS2262
    August 11, 2010   ADM   208   Deactivation                   Legal Terminology                  3     August 11, 2010     WITCC   OFS2266
    August 11, 2010   AGA   406   Deactivation       Integrated Organic Farming Field Crops         1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGA   408   Deactivation           Organic Soil Fertility Management          1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGA   410   Deactivation                Organic Farm Practicum I              2     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGA   411   Deactivation               Organic Farm Practicum II              5     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGA   412   Deactivation          Organic Soil Fertility Management II        1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGA   422   Deactivation        Composing Methods and Applications I          1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGC   215   Deactivation                     Career Seminar                   1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGC   400   Deactivation     Organic Agriculture Principles and Practices     1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGC   402   Deactivation   Transitioning to Organic Farming & Certification   1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGC   404   Deactivation                 Sustainable Agriculture              1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGH   136   Deactivation         Organic Greenhouse Management 1              1     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGT   160   Deactivation                Basic Food Microbiology               3     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGT   240   Deactivation               Food Safety and Sanitation             3     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AGP   917   Deactivation                  Experimental Course                 v     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, 2010   AUT   105   Deactivation        Introduction to Automotive Technology         4     August 11, 2010     WITCC   AUT1214
    August 11, 2010   BCA   139   Deactivation              Introduction to Word Perfect            4     August 11, 2010     WITCC   COA1260
    August 11, 2010   BIO   232   Deactivation                  Invertebrate Zoology                4     August 11, 2010     WITCC   BIO2115
    August 11, 2010   BUS   932   Deactivation                        Internship                    v     August 11, 2010     WITCC
    August 11, PM
11/9/201111:002010    CIS   413   Deactivation                         Cobol II                     3     August 11, 2010     WITCC
   August 11, 2010   CIS   660   Deactivation                     PERL/CGI                    3   August 11, 2010   WITCC   CSA1276




   August 11, 2010   CLS   201       New                    Cultural Perspectives             1   August 11, 2010   WITCC




   August 11, 2010   CLS   202       New                    Cultural Perspectives             2   August 11, 2010   WITCC




   August 11, 2010   CLS   203      New                      Cultural Perspectives            3   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   CLS   949    Addition                      Special Topics                v   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   CSC   167   Deactivation       Advanced Object Oriented Programming      3   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   CSC   168   Deactivation       Objec Oriented Programming Using C++      3   August 11, 2010   WITCC

   August 11, 2010   EGT   193      New               Introduction to Engineering Design      3   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   EGT   416    Addition             Civil Engineering and Architecture     3   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   GRA   178   Deactivation                    Graphic Design               3   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   IND   128    Addition                      Blueprint Reading             1   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   MFG   301   Deactivation                  Introduction to CCN            2   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   MKT   938   Deactivation                 On-the-Job Training             v   August 11, 2010   WITCC   BUS1825



   August 11, 2010   MUA   119       New                           Class Piano                1   August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010   PHI   928    Deactivation                 Independent Study              v   August 11, 2010   WITCC   PHI190X
   August 11, 2010   PHS   113    Deactivation         Introduction to Physican Science       4   August 11, 2010   WITCC   SC1100
   August 11, 2010   POL   211    Deactivation           Contemporary Political Issues        3   August 11, 2010   WITCC   POL2110
   August 10, 2010   MAT   108   Credit Change                 Math Fundamentals              3   August 10, 2010    NCC
   August 5, 2010    CAD   119    Deactivation             Computer Aided Drafting I          3   August 1, 2010     ILCC   CD119A
   August 5, 2010    CAD   121    Deactivation             Computer Aided Drafting II         3   August 5, 2010     ILCC   CD129A
   August 5, 2010    CAD   140    Deactivation            Parametric Solid Modeling I         3   August 5, 2010     ILCC   CD216A
   August 5, 2010    CAD   141    Deactivation            Parametric Solid Modeling II        3   August 5, 2010     ILCC   CD226A
   August 5, 2010    CAD   224    Deactivation                Discriptive Geometry            3   August 5, 2010     ILCC
   August 5, 2010    CAD   230    Deactivation       Geometric Dimension and Tolerance        2   August 5, 2010     ILCC   CD232A
   August 5, 2010    CAD   901    Deactivation                   CAD Practicum                v   August 5, 2010     ILCC   CD205A
   August 5, 2010    CAD   928    Deactivation             Independent Study CADD             v   August 5, 2010     ILCC   CD235A
   August 5, 2010    CAS   113    Deactivation               Introduction to Gaming           3   August 5, 2010     ILCC
   August 5, 2010    CAS   115    Deactivation      Mathematical Analysis of Casino Games     3   August 5, 2010     ILCC
   August 5, 2010    CAS   133    Deactivation         Casino Survelliance and Security       3   August 5, 2010     ILCC


   August 5, 2010    HSC   160       New         Healthcare Communication and Comprehension   3   August 1, 2010    KCC




    July 29, 2010    SER   112   Title Change             Intro to Biofuels Chemistry         2   August 1, 2010    WITCC
    July 29, 2010    PTA   113        New                  Fundamentals for PTA II            3   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    PTA   194        New                     Therapeutic Agents I            3   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    PTA   195        New                    Therapeutic Agents II            3   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    PTA   211        New                      Musculoskeletal I              3   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    PTA   212        New                      Musculoskeletal II             3   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    PTA   285        New                  PTA Professional Issues            1   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    PTA   415        New                        PTA Clinical III             5   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    PTA   416      Addition                     PTA Clinical IV              5   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    ARC   949      Addition                     Special Topics               v   August 1, 2010     HCC
    July 29, 2010    CAD   111   Deactivation                      Auto CAD I                 1    August, 2011      ILCC
    July 29, 2010    CAD   118   Deactivation                     Auto CAD II                 1    August, 2011      ILCC
    July 29, 2010    CAD   136   Deactivation                  Technical Design               3    August, 2011      ILCC
    July 29, 2010    CAD   946   Deactivation                       Seminar                   V    August, 2011      ILCC
    July 29, 2010    CAS   120   Deactivation         Casino - Management & Marketing         3    August, 2011      ILCC
    July 29, 2010    CAS   122   Deactivation        Casino - Managmeent of Table Games       3    August, 2011      ILCC
    July 29, 2010    CAS   183   Deactivation         Casino Host - Player Development        3    August, 2011      ILCC
    July 29, 2010    CAS   910   Deactivation                  Gaming Internship              V    August, 2011      ILCC




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    July 26, 2010   PHR   170             New                        Pharmacy Technology                 7     January, 2011    KCC    PHR170
    July 21, 2010   MFG   454        Deactivation                  Intro to Mold Making Lab              3     July 21, 2010   ICCC    MFG176
    July 21, 2010   MFG   453        Title Change                     Intro to Mold Making               3     July 21, 2010   ICCC    MFG175
    July 21, 2010   MFG   401        Deactivation                    Into to Die Making Lab              3     July 21, 2010   ICCC    MFG165
    July 21, 2010   MFG   400   Title & Credit Change                  Intro to Die Making               3     July 21, 2010   ICCC    MFG163
    July 21, 2010   ENV   104             New           Green Investing: Energy Production/Conservaton         July 21, 2010   ICCC




    July 21, 2010   SER   113           New                Blue Print Reading for Energy Technicians     2     July 21, 2010   WITCC
    July 20, 2010   CON   500           New                     Construction Technology Lab 1A           2     July 20, 2010   ICCC
    July 20, 2010   CON   501           New                     Construction Technology Lab 1B           2     July 20, 2010   ICCC




    July 20, 2010   HSC   967           New                      Ultrasound (US) Internship I            v     July 20, 2010   ILCC
    July 20, 2010   HSC   968           New                      Ultrasound (US) Internship II           v     July 20, 2010   ILCC

    July 13, 2010   ADM   027           New                 Keyboarding and Advanced Applications        2     July 13, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   AGP   421         Addition                        Applications of GIS                2     July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   ART   157         Addition                           Printmaking                     3     July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   CAD   248         Addition                        Parametric CAD II                  3     July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   CFR   100         Addition                Introduction to Computer Forensics         3     July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   CIS   175         Addition                              JAVA II                      3     July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   CIS   233           New                       Web Server Administration              3     July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   CIS   258         Addition                          Dreamweaver II                   3     July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   CIS   505         Addition                    Structural Systems Analysis            4     July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   EGR   400         Addition             PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design     3     July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   EGT   116         Addition                 Continuous Quality Management             3     July 12, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   ELT   250         Addition                       Programmable Logic                  3     July 12, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   EMS   110         Addition                         First Responder                   2     July 13, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   EMS   949         Addition                          Special Topics                   1-5   July 13, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   ENG   006           New                          Quick Review Writing                2     July 13, 2010   SCC


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    July 13, 2010   ENG   221   Addition                     Creative Writing                    3     July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   FLF   241   Addition                   Intermediate French I                 4     July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   FLF   241   Addition                  Intermediate French II                 4     July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   HIS   266   Addition                      The Civil War                      3     July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   HIS   268   Addition             American Experience in Vietnam              3     July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   HSC   133   Addition                      First Aid/CPR                      0.5   July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   HSC   180    New       BLS & Emergency Preparedness for Healthcare Workers   2     July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   IND   179   Addition               Boiler Operations and Control             2     July 12, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   IND   180   Addition              Industrial Heating and Cooling             2     July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   MFG   105   Addition                 Machine Shop Measuring                  3     July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   MFG   112   Addition                     Drills and Saws                     2     July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   MFG   151   Addition                   CNC Fundamentals                      2     July 13, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   MFG   192   Addition                    Blueprint Reading                    3     July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   MFG   201   Addition                  CNC Turning Operator                   2     July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   MFG   205   Addition                     Mill Programming                    2     July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   MFG   221   Addition                  Basic Machine Theory                   3     July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   MFG   224   Addition              Coordinate Measuring Machine               1     July 12, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   MFG   239   Addition                   Lathe Programming                     2     July 13, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   MUS   204   Addition                 History of Rock and Roll                3     July 13, 2010   SCC

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     July 13, 2010   NET   303     Addition     Windows Workstation Operating Systems     3     July 13, 2010     SCC



     July 13, 2010   NET   637     Addition         Network Intrusion Investigation       3     July 13, 2010     SCC



     July 13, 2010   NET   285     Addition             Internet/Web Internship           3.7   July 13, 2010     SCC




     July 13, 2010   SDV   251     Addition        Service Learning Peer Mentoring        3     July 13, 2010     SCC



     July 13, 2010   WEL   235      New                 Layout and Fabrication            4     July 13, 2010     SCC


     July 13, 2010   MOT   106     Addition            Air-cooled V-twin Engines          1     August, 2011     WITCC   MOT106

     July 13, 2010   ECE   944     Addition           Field Experience Seminar I          v      August, 2011    DMACC   ECE944
      July 6, 2010   ART   292     Addition               Studio Photography              3     August 1, 2010   WITCC   ART292



     July 6, 2010    HSC   228     Addition          Group Counseling Techniques          3     August 1, 2010   DMACC   HSV228



     July 6, 2010    RAD   910      New                   Radiology Internship                   July 1, 2010    NICC    RAD910
     July 6, 2010    MUS   297   Deactivation         Professional Music Seminar                 July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:201
     July 6, 2010    MUS   292   Deactivation             Great Human Issues                     July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:200
     July 6, 2010    MUS   207   Deactivation            The Artist and Society                  July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:101
     July 6, 2010    MUS   193   Deactivation             Jazz Improvisation II                  July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:235
     July 6, 2010    MUS   188   Deactivation           Instrumental Workshop                    July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:185
     July 6, 2010    MUS   161   Deactivation      Instrumental Chamber Ensemble                 July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:186
     July 6, 2010    MUS   152   Deactivation               Vocal Ensemble                       July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:174
     July 6, 2010    MUA   239   Deactivation   Solo Jazz Performance and Literature II          July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:230
     July 6, 2010    SPC   112    Addition                  Public Speaking                      July 1, 2010    SWCC



     July 6, 2010    MGT   941     Addition                    Practicum                        August 1, 2010   WITCC   MGT941



     July 6, 2010    ART   932     Addition                    Internship                 3     August 1, 2010   WITCC




     July 6, 2010    ART   253      New             Exhibition and Design in the Arts     2     August 1, 2010   WITCC



     July 6, 2010    ART   252      New           Finance Fundamentals for The Arts       2     August 1, 2010   WITCC



     July 6, 2010    ART   947      New                        Practicum                  2     August 1, 2010   WITCC


    June 17, 2010    EGR   151      New                Engineering Visual Basic           2     June 17, 2010    DMACC
    June 17, 2010    EGR   166     Addition     Engineering Graphics/Conceptual Design    4     June 17, 2010    DMACC   ENGR165
    June 17, 2010    EGR   155     Addition               Engineering C/C++               2     June 17, 2010    DMACC   ENGR161
    June 17, 2010    EGR   150     Addition             Engineering FORTRAN               2     June 17, 2010    DMACC   ENGR160




     June 17, 2010   AUT   822      New             Computerized Engine Controls II       6     August 1, 2010    KCC
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    June 17, 2010   AUT   821       New                Computerized Engine Controls I            6   August 1, 2010    KCC



    June 17, 2010   CAD   201         New                  Architectural CAD REVIT               3   August 1, 2010    KCC    CAD201
    June 17, 2010   ELT   341   Credit Change                 Electrical Circuit II              5   August 1, 2010    KCC
    June 17, 2010   ELT   345    Title Change                 Electrical Circuits I              5   June 17, 2010     KCC




    June 17, 2010   CRJ   210     Addition              Law Enforcement Management               3   June 17, 2010    IHCC    CJ233V
    June 15, 2010   PHT   941      New                        Practicum Studio



    June 15, 2010   PHT   204     Addition              Basic Commercial Photography             3   June 15, 2010    WITCC


    June 15, 2010   PHT   202     Addition                     Basic Portraiture                 3   June 15, 2010    WITCC


    June 15, 2010   PHT   208     Addition                  Basic Photojournalism                3   June 15, 2010    WITCC

    June 15, 2010   PHT   104     Addition                  Introduction to Lighting             3   June 15, 2010    WITCC


    June 15, 2010   PHS   165      Addition               Introduction to Meteorology            3   January, 2011    DMACC
    June 15, 2010   MTR   150   Credit Change            Career Medical Transcription            6   August 1, 2010    KCC    M130IU
     June 8, 2010   IND   148      Addition                       Mechanisms                     3    June 8, 2010     NCC
     June 8, 2010   ELE   115      Addition                     Basic Electricity                2    June 8, 2010     NCC
     June 8, 2010   ELE   128      Addition                    Electrical Systems                3    June 8, 2010     NCC
     June 8, 2010   WEL   200      Addition                        Metallurgy                    2    June 8, 2010     NCC



    June 8, 2010    PEC   215        New                 Sport Mechanics for Coaches             1   August 1, 2010   DMACC
    June 8, 2010    AGC   129   Title Change               Sustainable Agriculture               3    June 8, 2010     ICCC   ABG130




    June 8, 2010    IND   105      New                   Introduction to Mechatronics            3   June 8, 2010     NICC
    May 24, 2010    INT   250   Reactivation             Interior/Exterior Landscaping           2   May 24, 2010     EICC
    May 24, 2010    MGT   142   Reactivation    Problems & Issues In Supervision & Management    3   May 24, 2010     EICC
    May 24, 2010    MGT   145   Reactivation           Human Relations & Management              3   May 24, 2010     EICC



     May 24, 2010   ITP   129       New                           Deaf Studies                   4    May 24, 2010    EICC
     May 24, 2010   ECE   133     Revision             Child Health, Safety and Nutrition        3    May 24, 2010    EICC
     May 24, 2010   ECE   290     Revision         Early Childhood Program Administration        3    May 24, 2010    EICC
     May 21, 2010   AGS   441   Credit Change         Livestock Housing and Equipment            3   August 1, 2010   KCC     AE428T
     May 21, 2010   AGS   530   Credit Change       Swine Reproduction and Management            5   August 1, 2010   KCC     AE407T
     May 21, 2010   AGS   338   Credit Change           Livestock Behavior and Welfare           5   August 1, 2010   KCC     AE418T
     May 21, 2010   AGS   339    Deactivation           Livestock Behavior and Welfare           4   August 1, 2010   KCC     AE418T
     May 20, 2010   AGV   103       New               Introduction to Veterinary Science         3   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   155       New         Shelter Administration & Computer Applications   3   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   190       New           Animal Welfare and Shelter Management          4   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   191       New                  Animal Behavior and Restraint           3   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   192       New                         Shelter Medicine                 3   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   193       New                  Vehicle Safety and Operation            1   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   194       New               Disaster Animal Response Training          1   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   195       New                      Large Animal Welfare                3   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   196       New                     Euthanasia Technician                1   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   197       New             Basic Animal Investigation Techniques        3   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGV   198       New                   Wildlife ID and Management             2   August 1, 2010   KCC
     May 20, 2010   AGE   205    Deactivation               Breeding Management                  2   August 1, 2010   KCC     AE533U
     May 20, 2010   AGE   211   Credit Change           Equine Business Management I             3   August 1, 2010   KCC     AGE211
     May 20, 2010   AGE   230   Credit Change                       Training I                   3   August 1, 2010   KCC     AE503U
     May 20, 2010   AGE   231   Credit Change                       Training II                  3   August 1, 2010   KCC     AE506U
     May 20, 2010   AGE   261   Credit Change                      Legs & Hoof                   3   August 1, 2010   KCC     AE504U
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     May 20, 2010   AGE   121       New                         Horse Evaluation                 3   August 1, 2010   KCC
    May 20, 2010    CRJ   180   Deactivation           Perspective on Terrorism         1     August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    CRJ   181   Deactivation      Terrorism: Security and Deterrence    1     August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    CRJ   946   Deactivation                    Seminar                 v     August 1, 2010    KCC    CJ800T
    May 20, 2010    AGV   199      New                    Veterinary Forensics          3     August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 19, 2010    GRA   143    Addition                     Photoshop I               2      May 19, 2010    WITCC


    May 19, 2010    ACC   334      New                       Quickbooks                 1     May 19, 2010     WITCC


    May 19, 2010    LEO   101      New                   Photonics Concepts             4     May 19, 2010     IHCC
    May 19, 2010    IND   128     Addition               Blue Print Reading             2     May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    SER   110      New                 Basic Renewable Fuels            2     May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    SER   112      New              Process & Analysis Chemistry        2     May 19, 2010     WITCC


    May 19, 2010    IND   164      New              Introduction to Instrumentation     1.5   May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    BMA   161      New            Water Treatment for Boiler Systems    2.0   May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    BMA   162      New                      Steam Plant I               1.5   May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    BMA   163      New                      Steam Plant II              1.5   May 19, 2010     WITCC




    May 19, 2010    IND   165      New                    Plant Automation              2.0   May 19, 2010     WITCC


    May 19, 2010    ELE   176      New                Basic Electrical Concepts         1.5   May 19, 2010     WITCC


    May 19, 2010    ELT   226      New                    PLC Fundamentals              1.5   May 19, 2010     WITCC
    May 19, 2010    BMA   164      New                Boiler Burner Optimization        1.5   May 19, 2010     WITCC


    May 19, 2010    ELT   195      New                   Basic Motor Controls           1.5   May 19, 2010     WITCC




    May 19, 2010    IND   163      New                   OSHA & Plant Safety            2.0   May 19, 2010     WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   133     Addition           Motorcycle Electrical Systems       3    May 18, 2010     WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   128     Addition        Motor Engines Two and Four Stroke      2    May 18, 2010     WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   129     Addition      Motor Engines Two and Four Stroke Lab    2    May 18, 2010     WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   200     Addition     Motorcycle and ATV Tune Up/Maintenance    2    May 18, 2010     WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   255     Addition            Performance Engine Tuning          2    May 18, 2010     WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   104      New                Power Sports Shop Safety          1     May 18, 2010     WITCC

    May 18, 2010    MOT   105      New             Fundamantals of Small Engines        2     May 18, 2010     WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   137      New            Transmission and Drive Systems I      2     May 18, 2010     WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   123      New                    Wheels and Tires              2     May 18, 2010     WITCC

    May 18, 2010    MOT   103      New            Motorcycle License and Inspection     1     May 18, 2010     WITCC

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    May 18, 2010    MOT   126      New                   Fuel and Ignition Systems              4   May 18, 2010     WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   127      New                 Suspension and Brake Systems             4   May 18, 2010     WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   941      New                           Practicum                      v   May 18, 2010     WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   138      New               Transmission and Drive Systems II          2   May 18, 2010     WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   130      New                    Engine Overhaul/Repair                3   May 18, 2010     WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   132      New            Motorcycle Electrical Systems Diagnostics     2   May 18, 2010     WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   201      New               ATV Electrical Systems Diagnostics         2   May 18, 2010     WITCC

    May 18, 2010    MOT   259      New                       Shop Management                    2   May 18, 2010     WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MFG   179      New                Intro to Machining and Fabrication        3   May 18, 2010     WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MGT   145   Deactivation           Human Relations & Management             3   May 18, 2010     EICC    MG130
    May 18, 2010    MGT   142   Deactivation   Problems & Issues In Supervision & Management    3   May 18, 2010     EICC    MG222
    May 18, 2010    INT   250   Deactivation             Interior/Exterior Landscaping          2   May 18, 2010     EICC    ID250




    May 13, 2010    CSC   170      New                      Web Programming                     4   May 13, 2010     NCC     CSC170
    May 13, 2010    PNN   108   Deactivation           Survival Spanish for Nursing             2   May 10, 2010     ILCC    NU142A
    May 13, 2010    PNN   723   Deactivation    Dimenions of Practical Nursing Preceptorship    2   July 29, 2010    ILCC    PNN723
    May 13, 2010    PNN   345   Deactivation          Dimenions in Practical Nursing            2   July 29, 2010    ILCC    NU132C
    May 13, 2010    MKT   190   Deactivation        Perspective/International Marketing         3   May 13, 2010     EICC     BA272

    May 12, 2010    SOC   230     Addition                  Juvenile Delinquency                3   August 1, 2010   IHCC    SOC230


    May 12, 2010    SOC   247      New                Chemical Dependency & Society             3    May 6, 2010     WITCC   SOC247
    May 12, 2010    CRR   508      New                 Structural Parts Replacement             3   August 1, 2010   SWCC    CRR508
    May 12, 2010    CRR   534   Deactivation                 Structural Repair                  4   August 1, 2010   SWCC    CRR534

    May 10, 2010    WTT   949     Addition                     Special Topics                   v    May 6, 2010     WITCC   WTT949



     May 6, 2010    HSE   905      New                 Cooperative Work Experience              v   August 1, 2010   EICC    HSE905


     May 5, 2010    MMS   236      New                       Tv New Production                  3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    MMS236
     May 5, 2010    MMS   102   Deactivation            Introduction to Broadcasting            3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    BIR101

     May 5, 2010    DRA   160   Title Change                 Production Studio                  V   March 23, 2010   IVCC    TH110

     May 5, 2010    DRA   953   Title Change                 Theater Practicum                  V   March 23, 2010   IVCC    TH299

     May 5, 2010    SDV   151     Addition        Leadership Training & Skill Development       3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    SDV151


     May 5, 2010    PHY   106     Addition                   Survey of Physics                  4   March 23, 2010   IVCC    PHY106



     May 5, 2010    PET   191      New                   Advanced Athletic Training II          3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    PET191
     May 5, 2010    GIS   111     Addition     Introduction to Geographic Information Systems   3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    GIS111
     May 5, 2010    AGS   555     Addition                Beef/Cow Calf Production              3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    AGS555

     May 5, 2010    DRA   120      New               Introduction to Stage Management           3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA120

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      May 5, 2010   DRA   164      New                        Drafting Scenery                  3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA164
     May 5, 2010    DRA   169      New                        Drafting Light Plots                2   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA169

     May 5, 2010    DRA   190      New                   Lighting Design Technology I             3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA190

     May 5, 2010    DRA   191      New                   Lighting Design Technology II            3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA191

     May 5, 2010    DRA   193      New                 Introduction to Sound Technology           3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA193


     May 5, 2010    DRA   195      New                    Scene Design Technology I               3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA195

     May 5, 2010    DRA   196      New                    Scene Design Technology II              3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA196
     May 5, 2010    DRA   197      New                     Prop Design Technology I               3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA197

     May 5, 2010    DRA   198      New                    Prop Design Technology II               3   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA198

     May 5, 2010    DRA   932      New                   Summer Repertory Internship              v   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA932
     May 5, 2010    MAT   786      New                     Mechancial Design Math                 1   March 23, 2010   IVCC    MAT786


     May 5, 2010    MAT   132     Addition           Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry I         4   March 23, 2010   IVCC    MAT132

     May 5, 2010    AUT   164     Addition                 Automotive Engine Repair               4   August 1, 2010   NIACC

     May 5, 2010    AUT   204     Addition     Automotive Automatic Transmissions and Tansaxles   4   August 1, 2010   NIACC

     May 5, 2010    AUT   404     Addition           Automotive Suspension and Steering           4   August 1, 2010   NIACC


     May 5, 2010    AUT   504     Addition                Automotive Brake Systems                4   August 1, 2010   NIACC


     May 5, 2010    AUT   858      New             Advanced Automotive Engine Performance         4   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   163   Deactivation              Automotive Engine Repair                3   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   205   Deactivation        Automotive Transmission and Transaxles        5   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   403   Deactivation          Automotive Suspension and Steering          3   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   503   Deactivation              Automotive Brake Systems                3   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   857   Deactivation       Advanced Automotive Engine Performance         6   August 1, 2010   NIACC


     May 4, 2010    PEA   129      New                             Spinning                       1   August 1, 2009   NIACC   PEA129

      May 4, 2010   PEA   191    Addition                                 Pilates                 1   August 1, 2009   NIACC   PEA191
      May 4, 2010   ESI   001   Reactivation                 Internsive ESL Grammar I             2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL111
      May 4, 2010   ESI   008   Reactivation                     Entensive ESL Writing I          2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1113
      May 4, 2010   ESI   013   Reactivation           Intensive ESL Listening/Speaking I         2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1114
      May 4, 2010   ESI   005   Reactivation                    Intensive ESL Reading I           2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1112
      May 4, 2010   ESI   020   Reactivation             Intensive ESL Grammar Level II           2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1121
      May 4, 2010   ESI   031   Reactivation                     Intensive ESL Writing II         2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1123
      May 4, 2010   ESI   036   Reactivation          Intensive ESL Listening/Speaking II         2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1124
      May 4, 2010   ESI   026   Reactivation                   Intensive ESL Reading II           2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1122
      May 4, 2010   ESI   046   Reactivation                 Intensive ESL Grammar III            2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1131
      May 4, 2010   ESI   056   Reactivation                    Intensive ESL Writing III         2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1133
      May 4, 2010   ESI   061   Reactivation         Intensive ESL Listening/Speaking III         2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1134
      May 4, 2010   ESI   051   Reactivation                  Intensive ESL Reading III           2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1132
      May 4, 2010   ESI   071   Reactivation                Intensive ESL Grammar IV              2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1141
      May 4, 2010   ESI   085   Reactivation                    Intensive ESL Writing IV          2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1143
      May 4, 2010   ESI   089   Reactivation         Intensive ESL Listening/Speaking IV          2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1144
      May 4, 2010   ESI   081   Reactivation                  Intensive ESL Reading IV            2    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL1142
      May 4, 2010   ESL   246   Reactivation                Advanced ESL Grammar V                3    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL2101
      May 4, 2010   ESL   250   Reactivation                     Advance ESL Writing V            3    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL2103
      May 4, 2010   ESL   252   Reactivation         Advanced ESL Listening/Speaking V            3    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL2104
      May 4, 2010   ESL   248   Reactivation                   Advance ESL Reading V              3    June 7, 2010    WITCC   ESL2102
      May 4, 2010   AGA   112   Deactivation                            Agronomy                  2   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AC112A
      May 4, 2010   AGA   113   Deactivation                      Advanced Argronomy              2   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AC212A
      May 4, 2010   AGA   160   Deactivation            Agronomy - Nutrient Management            2   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AC261A
      May 4, 2010   AGA   166   Deactivation                     Agronomic Applications           3   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AC119A
      May 4, 2010   AGA   219   Deactivation        Planting and Seeding Seminar and Lab          1   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AG160A
      May 4, 2010   AGB   101   Deactivation                      Agricultural Economics          3   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AB223A
      May 4, 2010   AGB   109   Deactivation             Introduction to Human Relations          2   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AG112A
      May 4, 2010   AGB   110   Deactivation                        Human Relations I             2   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AG102A
      May 4, 2010   AGB   194   Deactivation                         Beginning Sales              2   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AB117A
      May 4, 2010   AGB   307   Deactivation                      Beginning Accounting            2   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AB218C
      May 4, 2010   AGB   309   Deactivation                   Farm Mach Management               2   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AD222A
      May 4, 2010   AGB   339   Deactivation                   Introduction to Ad Layout          1   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AB111A
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      May 4, 2010   AGB   340   Deactivation                            Advertising               1   April 30, 2010    ILCC   AB139A
     May 4, 2010      AGB    343   Deactivation                   Office Procedures               2   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AB132C
     May 4, 2010      AGB    438   Deactivation      Agriculture Features and Future Options      2   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AD212A
     May 4, 2010      AGB    930   Deactivation                  Agriculture Seminar              v   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AB222C
     May 4, 2010      AGC    106   Deactivation              Introduction to Computers            1   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AB112A
     May 4, 2010      AGC    109   Deactivation        Advanced Computer Spreadsheets             2   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AB132A
     May 4, 2010      AGC    200   Deactivation                Agricultural Sociology             2   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AG226C
     May 4, 2010      AGC    215   Deactivation                    Career Seminar                 1   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AG227A
     May 4, 2010      AGC    316   Deactivation             Field Study - Agribusiness            1   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AB137C
     May 4, 2010      AGC    851   Deactivation     Employment Experience II - Agribusiness       5   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AG125A
     May 4, 2010      AGC    852   Deactivation     Employment Experience III - Agribusiness      5   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AG215A
     May 4, 2010      AGC    853   Deactivation     Employment Experience IV - Agribusiness       2   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AG228A
     May 4, 2010      AGS    117   Deactivation                    Animal Science                 2   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AS214A
     May 4, 2010      AGS    317   Deactivation                    Animal Nutrition               2   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AS127A
     May 4, 2010      AGS    520   Deactivation            Swine Records and Analysis             3   April 30, 2010    ILCC    AS222A


     May 4, 2010      ANT    112      New                    Global Popular Culture               3   August 1, 2010    DMACC



     May 4, 2010      MMS    160      New                    Social Media Explored                3     May 4, 2010     WITCC   MMS160
     May 4, 2010      GRA    151   Deactivation                   Web Design                      3   January 1, 2011    KCC    DD179U

     May 4, 2010      PEA    131      New                           Disc Golf                     1   August 1, 2010    SWCC



     May 4, 2010      BPT    140      New                    Applied Tissue Culture               2    May 1, 2010      IHCC



      May 4, 2010     ART    250      New                         Connecting to The Arts          3   August 1, 2010    WITCC
      May 3, 2010     MKT    946    Addition                     Seminary for Business II         v   April 21, 2010    IVCC
      May 3, 2010     COM    948    Addition                           Special Topics             v   April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     MUS    120   Deactivation                        Music Theory I             3   April 21, 2010    IVCC
      May 3, 2010     MUS    122    Addition                           Music Theory I             4   April 21, 2010    IVCC
      May 3, 2010     ENG    221    Addition                          Creative Writing            3   April 21, 2010    IVCC
      May 3, 2010      LIT   135    Addition                         Film as Literature           3   April 21, 2010    ICCC
      May 3, 2010     ACC    191    Addition                         Financial Analysis           3   April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     ACC    211    Addition                    Intermediate Accounting I         3   April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     ACC    261    Addition                     Income Tax Accounting I          3   April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     ENG    111    Addition                         Technical Writing            3   April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     HIS    257    Addition                     African American History         3   April 21, 2010    IHCC
     April 30, 2010   AGH    151   Deactivation             Landscape Design Techniques           2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   AGH151
     April 30, 2010   AGH    153   Deactivation              Residential Landscape Design         2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   AGH153
     April 30, 2010   AGH    160   Deactivation     Landscape Installation and Maintenance II     2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   AGH160
     April 30, 2010   AGH    165   Deactivation            Irrigation Installation and Repair     2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   AGH165
     April 30, 2010   AUT    116   Deactivation                   Automotive Shop Safety          2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   AUT116
     April 30, 2010   AUT    623   Deactivation        Automative Electrical Systems Theory       4   April 16, 2010     ilcc   AUT623
     April 30, 2010   BCA    762   Deactivation                  Introduction to Flash MX         1   April 16, 2010     ilcc   BCA762
     April 30, 2010   BCA    791   Deactivation              Intermediate Powerpoint 2002         1   April 16, 2010     ilcc   BCA791
     April 30, 2010   BIO    159   Deactivation      Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology       3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   BIO159
     April 30, 2010   CHM    110   Deactivation                 Introduction to Chemistry         3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   CHM110
     April 30, 2010   CHM    111   Deactivation              Introduction to Chemistry Lab        3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   CHM111
     April 30, 2010   CRR    328   Deactivation          Sheet Metal Fundamentals Theory          2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   CRR328
     April 30, 2010   CRR    329   Deactivation             Sheet Metal Fundamentals Lab          3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   CRR329
     April 30, 2010   GRA    717   Deactivation               Introduction to Photoshop 7         1   April 16, 2010     ilcc   GRA717
     April 30, 2010   GRA    731   Deactivation                Digital Photography Output         1   April 16, 2010     ilcc   GRA731
     April 30, 2010   MAP    543   Deactivation        Human Body in Health and Disease I         4   April 16, 2010     ilcc   MAP543
     April 30, 2010   MAP    553   Deactivation        Human Body in Health and Disease II        4   April 16, 2010     ilcc   MAT553
     April 30, 2010   MAT    50    Deactivation                       Math Strategies             1   April 16, 2010     ilcc   MAT050
     April 30, 2010   PET    110   Deactivation             Introduction to Athletic Training     2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   PET110
     April 30, 2010   WTT    132   Deactivation   Electric Motors and Fundamental Motor Control   2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   WTT132
     April 30, 2010   BIO    103   Deactivation                  Introductory Biology Lab         1   April 16, 2010     ilcc   BIO103
     April 30, 2010   EDU    216   Deactivation                  Introduction to Teaching         3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   EDU216
     April 30, 2010   EMS    214   Deactivation                         EMT-B Lab                 1   April 16, 2010     ilcc   EMS214
     April 30, 2010   HCM    140   Deactivation                      Food Preparation             2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   HCM140
     April 30, 2010   HIS    247   Deactivation       Study Abroad: British Life and Culture      3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   HIS247
     April 30, 2010   LGL    272   Deactivation                        Business Law               3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   LGL272
     April 30, 2010   PHS    110   Deactivation            Introduction to Physical Science       3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   PHS110
     April 30, 2010   PHS    111   Deactivation         Introduction to Physical Science Lab      3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   PHS111
     April 30, 2010   PHS    170   Deactivation                      Physical Geology             3   April 16, 2010     ilcc   PHS170
     April 30, 2010   PNN    700   Deactivation         Transfer Student Clinical Orientation     1   April 16, 2010     ilcc   PNN 70
     April 30, 2010   REC    222   Deactivation                   Recreation Fieldwork II         2   April 16, 2010     ilcc   REC222


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     April 30, 2010   PHT    107      New                       Digital Darkroom                  2                     WITCC   PHT107
     April 30, 2010   PHT    941      New                         Practicum Studio                     v                      WITCC   PHT941




     April 29, 2010   EDU    725      New               Microsoft Word 2003 in the Classroom           1   December 7, 2007   ILCC    EDU725


     April 29, 2010   BUS    945      New                       Seminar in Business I                  v     May 25, 2010     EICC    BUS945
     April 29, 2010   BUS    946      New                       Seminar in Business II                 v     May 25, 2010     EICC    BUS946


     April 28, 2010   SDV    105   Deactivation                  Math Without Anxiety                  1    August 5, 2010    EICC    HD103
     April 22, 2010   AGB    435   Deactivation    Introduction to Grain and Commodity Marketing       3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    AD123A

     April 22, 2010   AUT    412   Deactivation     Automotive Suspesnsion and Steering Theory         3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    AM220C
     April 22, 2010   AUT    852   Deactivation      Automotive Engine Performance Diagnosis           4    April 16, 2010    ILCC    AM127C


     April 22, 2010   BCA    725   Deactivation                     WordPerfect                        1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE164A


     April 22, 2010   BCA    733   Deactivation         Achieve Top Search Engine Positions            1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE192A
     April 22, 2010   BCA    752   Deactivation            Introduction to Microsoft Works             1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE197A
     April 22, 2010   BCA    758   Deactivation      Intermediate Microsoft Works-Spreadsheet          1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE222A
     April 22, 2010   BUS    177   Deactivation                   Business Seminar III                 1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BS211A
     April 22, 2010   BUS    210   Deactivation                    Business Statistics                 3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BS292A
     April 22, 2010   BUS    724   Deactivation             Master Planning of Resources               1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE224A
     April 22, 2010   CHM    148   Deactivation                    College Chemistry II                3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    SC176A
     April 22, 2010   CHM    149   Deactivation                 College Chemistry II Lab               1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    SC177A
     April 22, 2010   CIS    165   Deactivation                       Advanced C++                     4    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CS198A
     April 22, 2010   CIS    201   Deactivation              Fund of Web Programming I                 1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CS191A
     April 22, 2010   CIS    202   Deactivation              Fund of Web Programming II                1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CS192A
     April 22, 2010   CIS    660   Deactivation                          PERL/CGI                      3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CS193A
     April 22, 2010   CON    138   Deactivation               Introduction to Construction             2    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CA113C
     April 22, 2010   CRJ    153   Deactivation                       First Responder                  3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CJ217A
     April 22, 2010   CRR    201   Deactivation                        Plastic Repair                  2    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BM156C
     April 22, 2010   EDU    218   Deactivation                  Initial Field Experience              2    April 16, 2010    ILCC    ED102A
     April 22, 2010   FLS    112   Deactivation          Spanish for Professionals: Business           2    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BS140A
     April 22, 2010   FLS    946   Deactivation                           Seminar                      1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    FL103A
     April 22, 2010   GEO    115   Deactivation                    Human Geography                     3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    SS166A
     April 22, 2010   GRA    766   Deactivation                     Photoshop Basics                   1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE166A
     April 22, 2010   GRA    794   Deactivation   Marketing Business or Organization on the Internet   1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE194A
     April 22, 2010    LIT   141   Deactivation                     British Literature II              3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    EN153A
     April 22, 2010    LIT   929   Deactivation                     Individual Projects                v    April 16, 2010    ILCC    EN150A
     April 22, 2010   MMS    299   Deactivation                   Sophomore Portfolio                  0    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BC200A
     April 22, 2010   MUA    174   Deactivation                   Single Reed Methods                  2    April 16, 2010    ILCC    MU252A
     April 22, 2010   MUS    151   Deactivation                         Pop Singers                    1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    MU119A
     April 22, 2010   MUS    187   Deactivation                   Percussion Methods                   2    April 16, 2010    ILCC    MU262A
     April 16, 2010   NET    212   Deactivation                      Cisco Networking                  3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT103A
     April 22, 2010   NET    222   Deactivation                        Cisco Routers                   3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT113A
     April 22, 2010   NET    232   Deactivation                       Cisco Switches                   3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT123A
     April 22, 2010   NET    242   Deactivation           Cisco Wide Area Networks (wan)               3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT133A
     April 22, 2010   NET    334   Deactivation      Implement Windows Network Infrastructure          4    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT134A
     April 22, 2010   NET    354   Deactivation                     Windows Security                   4    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT211A
     April 22, 2010   NET    620   Deactivation              Internet Security Accelerator             4    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT213A
     April 22, 2010   NET    621   Deactivation                    Designing Security                  4    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT221A
     April 22, 2010   NET    712   Deactivation                       SQL Database                     4    April 16, 2010    ILCC    IT227A
     April 22, 2010   PEA    106   Deactivation                           Archery I                    1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    PE117A
     April 22, 2010   PEA    117   Deactivation                           Bowling I                    1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    PE137A
     April 22, 2010   PEA    158   Deactivation                        Scuba Diving I                  1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    PE167A
     April 22, 2010   PEA    174   Deactivation                           Tennis I                     1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    PE147A
     April 22, 2010   PEH    142   Deactivation                           First Aid                    3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    PE213A
     April 22, 2010   PEH    230   Deactivation                    Coping with Stress                  3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    PE133A
     April 22, 2010   PET    130   Deactivation              Athletic Training Techniques              2    April 16, 2010    ILCC    PE116A
     April 22, 2010   PNN    271   Deactivation                      Normal Nutrition                  1    April 16, 2010    ILCC    HL119A
     April 22, 2010   REC    235   Deactivation                   Recreation Practicum                 6    April 16, 2010    ILCC    RE235A
     April 22, 2010   WEL    303   Deactivation                   Pipe Welding/SMAW                    3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    WE126C
     April 22, 2010   WTT    143   Deactivation           Alternating Current Elect Theory I           3    April 16, 2010    ILCC    WT143C




     April 22, 2010   GRA    153      New                           Web Media II                       3   August 10, 2010    ILCC    GRA153


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     April 22, 2010   MGT    301      New           Progressive Management Trends and Careers          3   August 10, 2010    KCC     MGT301
    April 22, 2010   FIN   100   Deactivation                   Introductions to Finance                    3   August 10, 2010    KCC    FIN100



    April 22, 2010   CIS   342   Title Change                    PHP/Apache/MySQL II                        3    April 22, 2010    KCC    CIS342




    April 22, 2010   COM   724        New                       Employment Communications                   3   August 10, 2010   SWCC    COM724
    April 22, 2010   INT   102   Title Change                         Residential Studio I                  5                      HCC    ID102U
    April 22, 2010   INT   135   Title Change                         Residential Studio II                 4                      HCC    ID135U
    April 22, 2010   INT   202   Title Change                           Contract Studio I                   5                      HCC    ID202U
    April 22, 2010   INT   232   Title Change                           Contract Studio II                  5                      HCC    ID232U
    April 22, 2010   RCP   561        New                    Introduction to Ventilator support             3                      HCC    RCP561
    April 22, 2010   EGT   400      Addition           PLTW-Introduction to Engineering Design              3   August 10, 2010   DMACC   EGT400
    April 22, 2010   EGT   410      Addition                 PLTW-Principles of Engineering                 3   August 10, 2010   DMACC   EGT410
    April 22, 2010   EGT   420      Addition                      PLTW-Digital Electronics                  3   August 10, 2010   DMACC   EGT420
    April 21, 2010   BCA   719   Deactivation                        Quicken for Windows                    1    April 22, 2010    ILCC   BE162A
    April 21, 2010   BUS   176   Deactivation                         Business Seminar III                  1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BS121A
    April 21, 2010   BUS   725   Deactivation                 Detailed Scheduling & Planning                1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE225A
    April 21, 2010   BUS   726   Deactivation              Executing & Control of Operations                1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE226A
    April 21, 2010   CRR   409   Deactivation                 Exterior Body Construction Lab                3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BM148C
    April 21, 2010   HCM   207   Deactivation                                Food Lab                       2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BH142C
    April 21, 2010   WTT   106   Deactivation                    Wind Turbine Field Training                3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   WT106C
    April 21, 2010   WTT   116   Deactivation                  Intro/Wind Turbine Operations                3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   WT116C
    April 21, 2010   AGM   204   Deactivation                     Introduction to Agronomy                  2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   AE121C
    April 21, 2010   AGS   521   Deactivation           Swine Grower and Finisher Management                1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   AS115A
    April 21, 2010   BCA   720   Deactivation             Windows File and Disk Management                  1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE163A
    April 21, 2010   BCA   736   Deactivation           Imaging for the Web Using Fireworks 4.0             1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BU109A
    April 21, 2010   BCA   759   Deactivation                      Intermediate Web Pages                   1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BU101A
    April 21, 2010   BCA   777   Deactivation               Intermediate Java 2 Programming                 1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE199A
    April 21, 2010   BIO   169   Deactivation           Human Anatomy and Pysiology IA w/Lab                4    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC274A
    April 21, 2010   BIO   171   Deactivation                 Introduction Biotechnoloyg Lab                1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BIO171
    April 21, 2010   BIO   174   Deactivation          Human Anatomy and Physiology IIA w/Lab               4    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC275A
    April 21, 2010   BIO   177   Deactivation                           Human Anatomy                       4    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC271A
    April 21, 2010   BIO   180   Deactivation                          Human Physiology                     4    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC270A
    April 21, 2010   CAD   165   Deactivation                     Rendering and Animation                   3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CD123A
    April 21, 2010   CIS   204   Deactivation                         Web Programming I                     3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CS143A
    April 21, 2010   CRR   408   Deactivation              Exterior Body Construction Theory                2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BM147C
    April 21, 2010   ECE   115   Deactivation                 Child Development Study Tour                  1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CC111A
    April 21, 2010   ECE   130   Deactivation                           Emergency Care                      1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CC113A
    April 21, 2010   ECE   163   Deactivation              Play and Creative Arts for Childen               4    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CC126A
    April 21, 2010   ECE   164   Deactivation                            Inquiry Activities                 4    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CC128A
    April 21, 2010   ECE   182   Deactivation                               Practicum I                     2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CC121A
    April 21, 2010   ECE   272   Deactivation                               Practicum II                    2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CC211A
    April 21, 2010   EDU   273   Deactivation                              Practicum III                    1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CC221A
    April 21, 2010   EMS   214   Deactivation                      Introduction to Education                4    April 22, 1010    ILCC   ED114A
    April 21, 2010   EMS   611   Deactivation                             EMT-B and Lab                     6    April 22, 1010    ILCC   HO106A
    April 21, 2010   GRA   613   Deactivation   Paramedic Specialist - Airway, Patient Assessment and Lab   6    April 22, 1010    ILCC   HO146C
    April 21, 2010   GRA   784   Deactivation                       Creating Web Graphics                   1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE184A
    April 21, 2010   LGL   155   Deactivation                     Legal Writing and Drafting                2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   LA222A
    April 21, 2010   MAT   928   Deactivation                          Independent Study                    v    April 22, 1010    ILCC   LA201A
    April 21, 2010   MST   015   Deactivation                              Metric System                    1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   MA011H
    April 21, 2010   MST   104   Deactivation                   Anatomy and Physiology-MT                   4    April 22, 1010    ILCC   MT104C
    April 21, 2010   MST   106   Deactivation                     MT Practical Applications                 3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   MT106C
    April 21, 2010   MST   112   Deactivation                       Ethics/Professionalism                  2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   MT112C
    April 21, 2010   MST   122   Deactivation                    Reflexology/Chair Massage                  2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   MT122C
    April 21, 2010   MST   132   Deactivation                   Introduction to Spa Services                2    April 22, 1010    ILCC   MT132C
    April 21, 2010   MST   133   Deactivation       Massage and Abuse Geriatrics/Pregnancy/Infant           3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   MT133C
    April 21, 2010   MST   140   Deactivation                              Spa Services                     1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   MT140C
    April 21, 2010   PHS   186   Deactivation               Introduction to Earth Science Lab               1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC136A
    April 21, 2010   PNN   275   Deactivation                            Normal Nutrition                   3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   HL118A
    April 21, 2010   PNN   721   Deactivation            Dimensions of Practical Nursing Clinical           3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   NU173C
    April 21, 2010   SCI   121   Deactivation                             Science Interim                   1    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC121A
    April 21, 2010   SUR   521   Deactivation                Surgical Technology Practicum II               6    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CT136C
    April 21, 2010   WTT   113   Deactivation                 Direct Current Electrical Theory              3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   WT113C
    April 21, 2010   WTT   136   Deactivation                        Math for Technicians                   3    April 22, 1010    ILCC   WT136C
    April 20, 2010   EDU   255   Deactivation                   Technology in the Classroom                 3                      KCC    EDU255



    April 20, 2010   HSC   213      New                       Concepts in Pathophysiology                   4                     ILCC    HSC213


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     April 20, 2010   HSC   159       New          ESL Preperation for Healthcare Education        3     August 5, 2010   DMACC   HSC159
     April 20, 2010   PNN   101    Deactivation      Mathematics for Health Professionals          1      June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU131C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   141    Deactivation       Fundamentals of Nursing Skills Lab           4      June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU154C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   421    Deactivation          Maternal and Newborn Nursing              2      June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU112C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   631    Deactivation          Adult and Child Health Nursing            9      June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU129C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   632    Deactivation   Nursing Care Through the Life Span Clinical      3      June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU163C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   722    Deactivation         Fundamentals of Nursing Clinical           2      June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU159C
     April 16, 2010   OTA   105       New                       Orientation to OT                  2                       IHCC   OTA105
     April 16, 2010   OTA   121       New                        Principles of OT                  4                       IHCC   OTA121
     April 16, 2010   OTA   131       New                Pediatric Practice for the OTA            4                       IHCC   OTA131
     April 16, 2010   OTA   141       New                   Therapeutic Media in OT                3                       IHCC   OTA141
     April 16, 2010   OTA   151       New         Adult Physical Disability Practice for the OTA   4                       IHCC   OTA151
     April 16, 2010   OTA   161       New           Traditional and Emerging Practice in OT        2                       IHCC   OTA161
     April 16, 2010   OTA   171       New              Psychosocial Practice for the OTA           3                       IHCC   OTA171
     April 16, 2010   OTA   210       New                   Professional Issues in OT              2                       IHCC   OTA210
     April 16, 2010   OTA   212      Addition                Functional Kinesiology                3                       IHCC   OTA212
     April 16, 2010   OTA   220       New                  Clinical Reasoning for OTA              2                       IHCC   OTA220
     April 16, 2010   OTA   801       New                    OTA Level IA Fieldwork                1                       IHCC   OTA801
     April 16, 2010   OTA   811       New                    OTA Level IB Fieldwork                1                       IHCC   OTA821
     April 16, 2010   OTA   821       New                    OTA Level IC Fieldwork                1                       IHCC   OTA821
     April 16, 2010   OTA   831       New                   OTA Level IIA Fieldwork                6                       IHCC   OTA831
     April 16, 2010   OTA   841       New                   OTA Level IIB Fieldwork                6                       IHCC   OTA841
     April 15, 2010   AGC   864   Credit Change                Farm Experience III                 3                       EICC   FM218



     April 15, 2010   AGE   202       New         Equine Genetics and Breeding Management          3                       KCC    AGE202

     April 15, 2010   AGE   209        New              Equine Anatomy and Physiology              2                       KCC    AGE209
     April 15, 2010   AGE   108   Title Change                    Horsemanship I                   3                       KCC    AE514U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   109   Title Change                   Horsemanship II                   3                       KCC    AE526U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   110   Title Change            Introduction to Basic Riding             2                       KCC    AE511U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   169   Title Change            Equine Fitting and Grooming              3                       KCC    AE509U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   172   Title Change                Equine Ground Work                   2                       KCC    AGE172
     April 15, 2010   AGE   185   Title Change    Equine Facilities Maintenance and Mechanics      2                       KCC    AE516U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   212   Title Change          Equine Business Management II              3                       KCC    AE525U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   203   Deactivation                   Equine Genetics                   2                       KCC    AE532U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   180   Deactivation                    Ag Mechanics                     2                       KCC    AE515U
     April 13, 2010   IND   179        New                Boiler Operation and Control             2                       SCC    IND179
     April 7, 2010    CIS   188   Deactivation               J2EE Special Projects                 o                       KCC    DG233U
     April 7, 2010    EGT   801      Addition                       Internship                     v                       NCC    EGT801




      April 7, 2010   APP   101       New                          Basic Sewing                     2                     DMACC   APP101
      April 5, 2010   BIO   740       New          Biomedical Occupational Health and Safety        3                      IWCC   BIO740
      April 5, 2010   CON   316       New               Sustainable Construction Science            3                      IWCC   CON316
      April 5, 2010   CON   317       New                 Sustainable Building Materials            3                      IWCC   CON317
      April 5, 2010   CON   318       New                     Sustainable Foundations               3                      IWCC   CON318
      April 5, 2010   CON   319       New             Interior and Exterior Energy Principles       4                      IWCC   CON319
      April 5, 2010   DEA   320       New                          Radiography II                   2                      IWCC   DEA320
      April 5, 2010   DEA   403       New                         Dental Materials                  3                      IWCC   DEA403
      April 5, 2010   DEA   502       New                    Dental Assisting Principles            4                      IWCC   DEA502
      April 5, 2010   DEA   585       New                 Dental Assisting Experience II            5                      IWCC   DEA585
      April 5, 2010   DEA   602       New                        Dental Specialties                4.5                     IWCC   DEA602
      April 5, 2010   DEA   706       New                Procedures for the Dental Office          2.5                     IWCC   DEA706
      April 5, 2010   PEA   162       New                     Speed and Conditioning                1                      IWCC   PEA162
      April 5, 2010   PNN   167       New                      Foundations of Nursing               5                      IWCC   PNN167
      April 5, 2010   PNN   168       New                        Practical Nursing I                5                      IWCC   PNN168
      April 5, 2010   PNN   425       New                    Perinatal Mood Disorders               1                      IWCC   PNN425
      April 5, 2010   PNN   452       New                      Gerontological Nursing               2                      IWCC   PNN452
      April 5, 2010   RAD   110       New         Introduction to Radiography and Patient Care      3                      IWCC   RAD110
      April 5, 2010   RAD   118       New            Radiographic Anatomy and Procedures I         6.5                     IWCC   RAD118
      April 5, 2010   RAD   144       New           Radiographic Anatomy and Procedures II          2                      IWCC   RAD144
      April 5, 2010   RAD   152       New           Radiographic Anatomy and Procedures III         2                      IWCC   RAD152
      April 5, 2010   RAD   202       New                   Applied Clinical Education I            3                      IWCC   RAD202
      April 5, 2010   RAD   232       New                   Applied Clinical Education II          4.5                     IWCC   RAD232
      April 5, 2010   RAD   282       New                  Applied Clinical Education III          7.5                     IWCC   RAD282
      April 5, 2010   RAD   355       New                      Radiographic Imaging I              6.5                     IWCC   RAD355
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      April 5, 2010   RAD   375       New                     Radiographic Imaging II               5                      IWCC   RAD375
    April 5, 2010    RAD   415       New                  Pharmacology and Contrast Media              2.5                       IWCC     RAD415
    April 5, 2010    RAD   522       New                     Applied Clinical Education IV             7.5                       IWCC     RAD522
    April 5, 2010    RAD   565       New                      Applied Clinical Education V             7.5                       IWCC     RAD565
    April 5, 2010    RAD   728       New                            Modality Imaging                    4                        IWCC     RAD728
    April 5, 2010    RAD   745       New                                Pathology                       3                        IWCC     RAD745
    April 5, 2010    RAD   763       New                            Image Evaluation                    1                        IWCC     RAD763
    April 5, 2010    RAD   775       New               Radiologic Critical and Creative Thinking        2                        IWCC     RAD775
    April 5, 2010    RAD   805       New                           Radiologic Physics I                 3                        IWCC     RAD805
    April 5, 2010    RAD   827       New                          Radiologic Physics II                 2                        IWCC     RAD827
    April 5, 2010    RAD   862       New                Radiobiology and Radiation Protection           3                        IWCC     RAD862
    April 5, 2010    SER   150       New                               Electricity I                    4                        IWCC     SER150
    April 5, 2010    SER   155       New                               Electricity II                   4                        IWCC     SER155
    April 5, 2010    SER   160       New                              Electricity III                   3                        IWCC     SER160
    April 5, 2010    SER   165       New              Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers           3                        IWCC     SER165
    April 5, 2010    SER   180       New                Renewable Energy Business Practices             3                        IWCC     SER180
    April 5, 2010    SER   805       New                     Sustainable Energy Internship              2                        IWCC     SER805
    April 5, 2010    SER   905       New                       Sustainable Energy Project               2                        IWCC     SER905
    April 5, 2010    WTT   202       New                         Advanced Wind Energy                   4                        IWCC     WTT202
    April 5, 2010    MIL   123    Deactivation               Foundations of U.S. Air Force              1                        IWCC     MIL123A
    April 5, 2010    MIL   215    Deactivation   The Evolution of U.S Air Force Air and Space Power     1                        IWCC     MIL215A
    April 5, 2010    SDV   158    Deactivation               Career Strategies/Articulation             2                        IWCC    APT114A
    April 5, 2010    MIL   100      Addition               Foundations of the U.S. Airforce I           1                        IWCC     MIL100
    April 5, 2010    MIL   101      Addition              Foundations of the U.S. Airforce II           1                        IWCC     MIL101
    April 5, 2010    MIL   200      Addition       The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power I          1                        IWCC     MIL200
    April 5, 2010    MIL   201      Addition       The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power II         1                        IWCC     MIL201
    April 5, 2010    MUS   167       New                        Marching Band/Pep Band                  1                        IWCC     MUS167
    April 1, 2010    MAT   045      Addition                     Fundamentals of Math                   4                         EICC    MAT045
    April 1, 2010    HSV   256       New                          Concepts of Addiction                 3                         NICC    HSV256
    April 1, 2010    VIN   111       New              Vineyard Establishment and Maintenance            3                         NICC    VIN111
    April 1, 2010    ECE   215       New               Home, School and Community Relations             3                       DMACC     ECE215
    April 1, 2010    ECE   343       New                    Early Childhood Guidance Lab                1                       DMACC     ECE343
    April 1, 2010    VIN   275       New                            Sensory Science                     4                       DMACC     VIN275
    April 1, 2010    BCA   775      Addition             JavaScript Programming for the Web             1     January 5, 2011   NIACC     BCA775
    April 1, 2010    PEA   158      Addition                         Scuba Diving I                     1     August 10, 2011   NIACC     PEA158
    April 1, 2010    PEH   908      Addition                     Cooperative Education                  v     August 10, 2010   NIACC     PEH908
    April 1, 2010    PET   110      Addition                Introduction to Athletic Training           2     August 10, 2010   NIACC     PET110
    April 1, 2010    BCA   729       New                      Search Engine Optimization                1     January 5, 2011   NIACC     BCA729
    April 1, 2010    BCA   778       New                              AJAX Basics                       1     January 5, 2011   NIACC     BCA778
    April 1, 2010    BUS   159       New            Internet Law, Copyright, and Computer Ethics        1     January 5, 2010   NIACC     BUS159
    April 1, 2010    CIS   232       New                          Web Development II                    1     January 5, 2011   NIACC     CIS232
    April 1, 2010    CIS   620       New             Bot Programming for Game and Application           1     January 5, 2010   NIACC     CIS620
    April 1, 2010    CIS   275   Credit Change                Advanced Testing Concepts                 2      April 1, 2010    NIACC     CIS275
    April 1, 2010    CIS   211    Deactivation                    Web Development II                    3      April 1, 2010    NIACC    ECOM120
    April 1, 2010    GRA   151    Deactivation                        Web Design                        3      April 1, 2010    NIACC    ECOM201
   March 25, 2010    CAD   246      Addition                        Parametric CAD I                    3                         NCC     CAD246
   March 25, 2010    CAD   248      Addition                        Parametric CAD II                   3                         NCC     CAD248
   March 25, 2010    MFG   185       New                           OSHA/Shop Safety                     2                         NCC     MFG185
   March 25, 2010    MFG   122      Addition                 Machine Trade Print Reading I              3                         NCC     MFG122
   March 25, 2010    MFG   507      Addition                  Lean Quality Manufacturing                2                         NCC     MFG507
   March 25, 2010    EGT   400      Addition         PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design          3                         NCC     EGT400
   March 25, 2010    EGT   450      Addition         PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing           3                         NCC     EGT450
   March 25, 2010    EGT   410      Addition               PLTW - Principles of Engineering             3                         NCC     EGT410
   March 25, 2010    CAD   181      Addition               Introduction to Autodesk Inventor            2                         NCC     CAD181


   March 25, 2010    ELE   183       New                         Electrical Systems                     3                        NCC     ELE183
   March 25, 2010    BPT   121       New                        Biodiesel Production                    2                       IHCC     BPT121
   March 25, 2010    BPT   157       New                    Good Manufacturing Practices                2                       IHCC     BPT157
   March 25, 2010    BPT   281       New                  Bioprocess Technology Practicum               2                       IHCC     BPT281
   March 25, 2010    IND   108       New                    Advanced Safety Technology                  2                       IHCC     IND108
   March 25, 2010    CON   386       New                         Sustainable Design                     1                       ICCC     CON386



    March 24, 2010   BUS   902       New                             Career Seminar                      v    August 5, 2010    DMACC    BUS902
    March 24, 2010   AGS   318   Credit Change                     Feed Formulation                    1.75                      EICC     FF230
    March 24, 2010   AGS   324   Credit Change                      Dairy Production                    1.5                      EICC    FM221
    March 24, 2010   AGS   410   Credit Change                     Swine Production II                  1.5                      EICC    FM127
    March 24, 2010   AGS   554   Credit Change                       Beef Production                     3                       EICC    FM136
    March 23, 2010   AVI   512       New                    Private Flight Lessons Ground               2.5                      SCC     AVI512
    March 23, 2010   AVI   517       New                         Private Flight Lessons                  1                       SCC     AVI517
    March 23, 2010   AVI   532       New                      Instrument Ground Lessons                  3                       SCC     AVI532
    March 23, 2010   AVI   537       New                       Instrument Flight Lessons                1.5                      SCC     AVI537
    March 23, 2010   AVI   552       New                     Commercial Ground Lessons                  2.5                      SCC     AVI552
    March 23, 2010   AVI   557       New                       Commercial Flight Lessons                1.5                      SCC     AVI557
    March 23, 2010   AVI   572       New           Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Ground Lessons     2.5                      SCC     AVI572
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    March 23, 2010   AVI   577       New            Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Flight Lessons    0.5                      SCC     AVI577
   March 23, 2010    AVI   592          New                   Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Ground          2                      SCC    AVI592
   March 23, 2010    AVI   597          New              Certified Flight Instrument Instructor (CFI) Flight   0.5                     SCC    AVI597
   March 23, 2010    HSV   293          New                Substance Abuse and Treatment Planning               3                      ILCC   HSV293
   March 23, 2010    COM   781         Addition                Written Communication in Workplace               3                      ILCC   COM781
   March 23, 2010    HSC   109         Addition           Exploring Health Careers and Building Teams           3                      ILCC   HSC109
   March 23, 2010    HSC   105         Addition                  Introduction to Health Occupations             1                      ILCC   HSC105
   March 23, 2010    ACC   702          New                          Certified Book keep Review                 4                      ILCC   ACC702
   March 23, 2010    GRD   474          New                        Web Page Layout and Usability                3                     DMACC   GRD474
   March 23, 2010    GRD   476          New                                  Web Design                         3                     DMACC   GRD476
   March 23, 2010    GRD   481          New                                    Fireworks                        3                     DMACC   GRD481
   March 23, 2010    GRD   483          New                           Dreamweaver Advanced                      3                     DMACC   GRD483
   March 23, 2010    GRD   485          New                                     Flash I                         3                     DMACC   GRD485
   March 23, 2010    GRD   486          New                                     Flash II                        3                     DMACC   GRD486
   March 22, 2010    GEO   162          New                              Geography of Iowa                      3                      KCC    GEO162


   March 22, 2010    LIT   101         Addition                      Introduction to Literature                3     August 5, 2010   NIACC    LIT101


   March 22, 2010    PEA   287         Addition                          Weight Training II                    1     August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEA287




   March 22, 2010    PEH   144           New                        Human Movement Science                     3     August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEH144


    March 22, 2010   PEH   261            New                Physical Activity for Health and Fitness           3    August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEH261
    March 22, 2010   PEA   188        Deactivation                        Weight Training I                     2    August 5, 2010   NIACC    PEA188
    March 22, 2010   PEA   288        Deactivation                       Weight Training II                     2    August 5, 2010   NIACC    PEA288
    March 22, 2010   PEA   167        Deactivation                 Lifetime Fitness Assessment                  1    August 5, 2010   NIACC    PEA167
    March 22, 2010   PEH   143        Deactivation            Kinesiology and Anatomical Function               3    August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEH143
    March 22, 2010   GRA   227            New                          Interactive Multimedia                   4                      HCC    GRA227
    March 22, 2010   GRA   231            New                              Photo Direction                      2                      HCC    GRA231
    March 22, 2010   GRA   237            New                          Web Site Construction                    4                      HCC    GRA237
    March 22, 2010   GRA   285            New                          Production Processes                     3                      HCC    GRA285
    March 19, 2010   EGR   100          Addition                      Engineering Orientation                   1                     IWCC    EGR100
    March 19, 2010   EGR   160          Addition                            Engineering I                       3                     IWCC    EGR160
    March 19, 2010   EGR   165          Addition                            Engineering II                      3                     IWCC    EGR165
    March 19, 2010   MUA   155          Addition                          Applied Clarinet                      2                     IWCC    MUA155
    March 19, 2010   MUA   157          Addition                            Applied Flute                       2                     IWCC    MUA157
    March 19, 2010   MUS   204          Addition                      History of Rock and Roll                  3                     IWCC    MUS204
    March 19, 2010   WTT   103          Addition                   Introduction to Wind Energy                  3                     IWCC    WTT103
     March 9, 2010   WTT   110   Title & Credit Change           Wind Energy Workplace Safety                   2                     IWCC    WTT110
     March 9, 2010   WTT   142       Credit Change              Mechanical Power Transmission                   4                     IWCC    WTT142
     March 9, 2010   ARC   130        Deactivation                      Architectural History                   3                     IWCC    AET566T
     March 9, 2010   ARC   131        Deactivation                 Architectural Drafting I/CAD                 3                     IWCC    AET570T
     March 9, 2010   ARC   182        Deactivation            Codes, Specifications and Contracts               3                     IWCC    ARC182
     March 9, 2010   ARC   241        Deactivation                 Architectural Drafting II/CAD                3                     IWCC    AET571T
     March 9, 2010   ARC   243        Deactivation                 Architectural Drafting III/BIM               3                     IWCC    ARC243
     March 9, 2010   ARC   246        Deactivation                AEC/Rendering and Animation                   3                     IWCC    AET585T
     March 9, 2010   ARC   252        Deactivation            AEC Architectural Technology CAD I                3                     IWCC    AET572T
     March 9, 2010   ARC   267        Deactivation             Mechanical and Electrical Systems                2                     IWCC    AET581T
     March 9, 2010   ARC   273        Deactivation                 Architectural Design Project                 3                     IWCC    ARC273
     March 9, 2010   ARC   932        Deactivation                            Internship                        v                     IWCC    AET563T
     March 9, 2010   CAD   113        Deactivation                           AUTOCAD I                          3                     IWCC    CAD601T
     March 9, 2010   CAD   117        Deactivation                          AUTOCAD II                          3                     IWCC    CAD602T
     March 9, 2010   CAD   124        Deactivation                           Microstation                       3                     IWCC    CAD124
     March 9, 2010   CAD   137        Deactivation                      Solid Modeling CAD                      3                     IWCC    CAD137
     March 9, 2010   CET   116        Deactivation                           Surveying I                        3                     IWCC    CET702T
     March 9, 2010   CET   132        Deactivation           Construction Materials and Inspection              3                     IWCC     CET132
     March 9, 2010   CET   166        Deactivation                           Surveying II                       3                     IWCC    CET725T
     March 9, 2010   CET   191        Deactivation                              Statics                         3                     IWCC    CET726T
     March 9, 2010   CET   216        Deactivation                          Surveying III                       4                     IWCC    CET729T
     March 9, 2010   CET   222        Deactivation             Soils, Foundations and Aggregates                3                     IWCC     CET222
     March 9, 2010   CET   238        Deactivation         Strength of Materials and Fluid Mechanics            4                     IWCC    CET727T
     March 9, 2010   CET   242        Deactivation          Construction Methods and Management                 3                     IWCC     CET242
     March 9, 2010   CET   251        Deactivation                        G.P.S. and G.I.S.                     2                     IWCC    CET720T
     March 9, 2010   CET   280        Deactivation                Concrete and Asphalt Design                   1                     IWCC    CET728T
     March 9, 2010   CET   285        Deactivation        Structural Steel/Reinforced Concrete Design           3                     IWCC    CET724T
     March 9, 2010   CET   298        Deactivation          Civil Engineering/Construction Problems             4                     IWCC    CET714T
     March 9, 2010   DEA   324        Deactivation                         Radiography II                       3                     IWCC    DEN640V
     March 9, 2010   DEA   405        Deactivation                        Dental Materials                      4                     IWCC    DEN632V
     March 9, 2010   DEA   505        Deactivation                  Dental Assisting Principles                 5                     IWCC    DEN635V
     March 9, 2010   DEA   583        Deactivation                Dental Assisting Experience II               3.5                    IWCC    DEN637V
     March 9, 2010   DEA   606        Deactivation                       Dental Specialties                    5.5                    IWCC    DEN636V
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     March 9, 2010   DEA   705        Deactivation               Procedures for the Dental Office               3                     IWCC    DEN638V
    March 9, 2010      EGT   101       Deactivation                    Introduction to Engineering Technology              1                         IWCC    EGT110T
    March 9, 2010      EGT   107       Deactivation                        Introduction to Technical Physics               3                         IWCC    EGT111T
    March 9, 2010      EGT   122       Deactivation                   Strength of Materials and Fluid Mechanics            3                         IWCC     EGT122
    March 9, 2010      EGT   123       Deactivation                               Strength of Materials                    3                         IWCC     EGT123
    March 9, 2010      EGT   148       Deactivation               Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Power Transmission            3                         IWCC    MFG612T
    March 9, 2010      EGT   165       Deactivation                                     Estimating                         3                         IWCC     EGT165
    March 9, 2010      JOU   115       Deactivation                            Introduction to Journalism                  3                         IWCC    JOU131A
    March 9, 2010      JOU   116       Deactivation                                 Media Consumes                         3                         IWCC     JOU116
    March 9, 2010      JOU   120       Deactivation                               Beginning Newswriting                    3                         IWCC     JOU120
    March 9, 2010      JOU   942       Deactivation                         Journalism Practicum-Reporting                 v                         IWCC     JOU942
    March 9, 2010      JOU   943       Deactivation                 Journalism Practicum-Design and Production             v                         IWCC     JOU943
    March 9, 2010      MFG   121       Deactivation                           Machine Trade Printreading I                 2                         IWCC    MFG600T
    March 9, 2010      MFG   139       Deactivation                            Dimensions and Tolerance                    2                         IWCC    MFG139
    March 9, 2010      MFG   152       Deactivation                                CNC Fundamentals                        2                         IWCC    MFG152
    March 9, 2010      MFG   240       Deactivation                        Machine Theory and Operations I                 3                         IWCC    MFG604T
    March 9, 2010      MFG   246       Deactivation                       Machine Theory and Operations II                 3                         IWCC    MFG626T
    March 9, 2010      MFG   292       Deactivation                                  Heat Treatments                       3                         IWCC    MFG616T
    March 9, 2010      MFG   302       Deactivation                                CNC Fundamentals                        3                         IWCC    MFG608T
    March 9, 2010      MFG   320       Deactivation                            Computer-Aided Machining                    3                         IWCC    MFG620T
    March 9, 2010      MFG   423       Deactivation                                  Jigs and Fixtures                     4                         IWCC    MFG423
    March 9, 2010      MFG   510       Deactivation                                Quality Improvement                     3                         IWCC    MFG510
    March 9, 2010      MFG   811       Deactivation                             Integrated Design Project                  4                         IWCC    MFG811
    March 9, 2010      MFG   932       Deactivation                             Manufacturing Internship                   v                         IWCC    MFG932
    March 9, 2010      MUS   149       Deactivation                                      Pep Band                          1                         IWCC    MUS298A
    March 9, 2010      MUS   203       Deactivation                            History of American Music                   3                         IWCC    MUS192A
    March 9, 2010      PEA   126       Deactivation                                 Dance Ensemble I                       1                         IWCC    PED144A
    March 9, 2010      PEA   128       Deactivation                                 Distance Running I                     1                         IWCC    PED155A
    March 9, 2010      PEA   134       Deactivation                                        Golf I                          1                         IWCC    PED120A
    March 9, 2010      PEC   145       Deactivation                           Theory of Coaching Baseball                  3                         IWCC    PED157A
    March 9, 2010      PEC   149       Deactivation                          Theory of Coaching Basketball                 3                         IWCC    PED158A
    March 9, 2010      PEH   135       Deactivation                                    OSHA Safety                         3                         IWCC     PEH135
    March 9, 2010      PEV   190       Deactivation                                Varsity Spirit Squad                    1                         IWCC    PED106A
    March 9, 2010      PNN   162       Deactivation                  Foundation of Nursing: Fundamentals Skills            3                         IWCC     PNN162
    March 9, 2010      PNN   163       Deactivation                     Foundation of Nursing: Patient Safety              3                         IWCC     PNN163
                                                           Practical Nursing I: Common Illness and Conditions Across the
    March 9, 2010      PNN   164        Deactivation                                     Lifespan                           4                        IWCC    PNN164
    March 9, 2010      REC   205        Deactivation                        Outdoor Wilderness Experience                   3                        IWCC    PED215A
    March 9, 2010      SPC   135        Deactivation                     Organizational Communication (CE)                  2                        IWCC     SPC135
    March 9, 2010      WTT   102        Deactivation                          Introduction to Wind Energy                   2                        IWCC    WTT102
    March 9, 2010      WTT   140        Deactivation                                    Electricity I                       3                        IWCC    WTT140
    March 9, 2010      WTT   150        Deactivation                                Industrial Rigging                      2                        IWCC    WTT150
    March 5, 2010      INT   305             New                              SketchUp for Interior Design                  1     August 2, 2010      KCC     INT305
    March 5, 2010      INT   306             New                              Photoshop for Interior Design                 1     August 2, 2010      KCC     INT306
    March 5, 2010      INT   307             New                     Accounting Concepts for Business Planning              1     August 2, 2010      KCC     INT307
    March 5, 2010      AGH   294             New                             Small Business for Horticulture                2     August 2, 2010      EICC   AGH294
    March 5, 2010      AGC   863        Deactivation                               Farm Experience III                      2                         EICC    FM172
    March 5, 2010      AGC   867        Deactivation                               Farm Experience III                      3                         EICC   AGC867
    March 5, 2010      AGC   864        Title Change                               Farm Experience III                     3.5                        EICC    FM218
    March 5, 2010      AGC   865   Title & Credit Change                           Farm Experience IV                      3.5                        EICC    FM252


    March 5, 2010      NET   309           New                                  Virtual Machines                           2                          SCC    NET309
    March 5, 2010      IND   315           New                   Computerized Maintenance Management Systems               2                         ICCC    IND315
    March 4, 2010      BIR   131           New                                   Clarinet Lab I                            3                         WITCC   BIR131
    March 4, 2010      BIR   120           New                                Woodwind Overhaul                            3                         WITCC   BIR120
    March 4, 2010      BIR   227           New                             Double Reed Fundamentals                        2                         WITCC   BIR227



    March 4, 2010      SUR   450          New                       Advanced Concepts in Surgical Technology               4                         EICC    SUR450
    March 4, 2010      HCM   162       Deactivation                         Advanced Culinary Skills                       2      August 2, 2010     KCC     HO154U




    March 4, 2010      HCM   614           New                               Leadership in Hospitality                     3      August 2, 2010     KCC     HCM614

    March 4, 2010      BCA   800           New                            Web Technologies Capstone                        3       August 2, 2010    KCC     BCA800
    March 3, 2010      PHR   122           New                        Pharmacy Tech Career Development                     1     November 11, 2009   ILCC    PHR122
    March 3, 2010      WEL   104           New                            Introduction to MIG Welding                                                HCC     WEL104
    March 3, 2010      CRJ   246           New                      Employment Strategies for Criminal Justice             3      August 1, 2010     HCC     CRJ246


   February 24, 2010   MAT   072         Addition                             Intermediate Algebra II                      3     February 24, 2010   EICC    MAT027
   February 24, 2010   FIR   201          New                                 Incident Command 200                         1                                 FIR201
   February 24, 2010   FIR   202          New                                 Incident Command 300                         1                                 FIR202
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   February 24, 2010   FIR   203          New                                 Incident Command 400                         1                                 FIR203
  February 24, 2010   AGA    285       Credit Change                           Crop Protection                       3.5    EICC     FM132
  February 24, 2010   AGA    336           New                                Forage Production                      1.5    EICC    AGA336
  February 24, 2010   AGA    881       Credit Change                            Grain Science                       1.75    EICC     FF115
  February 24, 2010   AGB    103       Credit Change                       Agricultural Economics                   1.25    EICC     FF233
  February 24, 2010   AGB    105       Credit Change                Business Principles for Agriculture I           1.75    EICC     FF136
  February 24, 2010   AGB    106       Credit Change                Business Principles for Agriculture II          1.75    EICC     FF236
  February 24, 2010   AGB    142       Credit Change                Applied Agri-Business Accounting II               1     EICC     FF124
  February 24, 2010   AGB    191       Credit Change                          Agricultural Sales I                   1.5    EICC     FF101
  February 24, 2010   AGB    192       Credit Change                         Agricultural Sales II                   1.5    EICC     FF133
  February 24, 2010   AGB    231       Credit Change                         Futures and Options                     1.5    EICC     FM121
  February 24, 2010   AGB    299           New                              Farm Record Analysis                     1.5    EICC    AGB299
  February 24, 2010   AGB    301       Credit Change            Applied Accounting for Farm Management I             1.5    EICC    AGB301
  February 24, 2010   AGB    304       Credit Change                          Agricultural Credit                    1.5    EICC     FM200
  February 24, 2010   AGB    305       Credit Change                           Agricultural Law                      1.5    EICC     FM203
  February 24, 2010   AGB    306       Credit Change                          Risk Management                       1.25    EICC     FM146
  February 24, 2010   AGB    351       Credit Change        Principles of Marketing and Retailing for Agriculture   1.75    EICC     FF222
  February 24, 2010   AGC    864       Credit Change                         Farm Experience IV                      3.5    EICC     FM218
  February 24, 2010   AGM    160       Credit Change                           Farm Structures                       1.5    EICC     FM209
  February 24, 2010   AGS    315       Credit Change                    Principles of Animal Nutrition                3     EICC     FM139
  February 24, 2010   AGS    352       Credit Change                               Genetics                          1.5    EICC     FM103
  February 24, 2010   AGS    401           New                                Swine Production                        3     EICC    AGS401
  February 24, 2010   AGS    881       Credit Change                                Feeds                           1.75    EICC    AGS881
  February 24, 2010   BCA    086           New                         College Prep Computer Skills                   2     HCC     BCA086
  February 24, 2010    BIO   042           New                    Preparatory Science for Health Careers              3     HCC     BIO042
  February 24, 2010   HCM    148        Deactivation                      Food Fundamentals (lec)                    3.0    KCC     HO122U




  February 23, 2010   JOU    177            New               News, Forensics and Advertising Photography            3      ILCC    JOU177




  February 23, 2010   JOU    200            New                               AP Style Editing                       3      ILCC    JOU200



  February 23, 2010   HIT    339            New                            Quality Management                        2      DMACC   HIT339




  February 23, 2010   BCA    286              New                    Survey of WEB Technologies                        2    KCC     BCA286
  February 23, 2010   CIS    342              New                         PHP/MySQL/Apache II                          3    KCC     CIS342
  February 23, 2010   FIN    100              New                         Introduction to Finance                      3    KCC     FIN100
  February 23, 2010   HCM    403         Deactivation                        Food and Culture                          3    KCC     HO144U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    322         Deactivation                  Introduction to Hospitality II                 0.5   KCC     HO159U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    323         Deactivation                 Introduction to Hospitality III                 0.5   KCC     HO160U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    270         Deactivation                          Garde Manger                            2    KCC     HO137U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    195         Deactivation                   Dining Room Techniques                         3    KCC     HO161U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    177         Deactivation                       Culinary Arts (Lec)                        2    KCC     HO162U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    601         Title Change            Housekeeping and Laundry Operations                   3    KCC     HO164U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    231            Addition                             Nutrition                             2    KCC     HCM231
  February 23, 2010   HCM    279            Addition                       Hospitality Accounting                      3    KCC     HCM279
  February 23, 2010   HCM    162            Addition                     Advanced Culinary Skills                      2    KCC     HO154U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    166    Title & Credit Change                      Culinary Arts                           4    KCC     HO124U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    204    Title & Credit Change                   Service Techniques                         3    KCC     HO113U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    213         Title Change                      Service Management                          4    KCC     HCM213
  February 23, 2010   HCM    603    Title & Credit Change               Hotel Sales and Catering                       3    KCC     HO166U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    117         Title Change                          Bakery Basics                           3    KCC     HO115U
  February 23, 2010   HCM    256              New                   Cost Control and Merchandising                     3    KCC     HCM256
  February 23, 2010   HCM    326              New                  Basic Hospitality Communications                    3    KCC     HCM326
  February 23, 2010   HCM    599              New                  Engineering and Risk Management                     1    KCC     HCM599
  February 23, 2010   HCM    597              New                       Front Office Management                        3    KCC     HCM597
  February 23, 2010   HCM    596              New                           Uniformed Services                         2    KCC     HCM596
  February 23, 2010   HCM    614              New                        Leadership in Hospitality                     3    KCC     HCM614
  February 12, 2010   ADN    525              New                Comprehensive Nursing Care of Adults I             10.75   NICC    ADN525
  February 12, 2010   PNN    6.75             New                            Nursing Concepts                        6.75   NICC    PNN169
  February 12, 2010   SDV    200         Title Change                   Introduction to Computers                     1.5   NICC     56:018
  February 12, 2010   ELT    841              New                        Electronics Applications                      6    NCC     ELT841

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  February 12, 2010   HCM   136      New                         Basic Food Preparation                     3                       ICCC    HCM136



  February 12, 2010   AGH   148      New                           Home Landscaping                         3                       ICCC    AGH148
  February 12, 2010   MKT   145   Deactivation                     Sales Management                         3     June 1, 2010       KCC    MR118T
  February 12, 2010   BIO   157    Addition                          Human Biology                          4                       SWCC    BIO157
  February 12, 2010   CHM   112    Addition                     Introduction to Chemistry                   4                       SWCC    CHM112


   February 9, 2010   PHT   135    Addition                        Digital Fundamentals                     3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT135
   February 9, 2010   PHT   106    Addition                 Introduction to Electronic Imaging              3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT106
   February 9, 2010   PHT   102    Addition                            Photo Design I                       3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT102
   February 9, 2010   PHT   103    Addition                   Print Presentation Techniques                 3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT103
   February 9, 2010   PHT   134    Addition                       Theory of Photography                     3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT134
   February 9, 2010   PHT   104    Addition                       Introduction to Lighting                  3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT104
   February 9, 2010   PHT   132    Addition                           Photo Design II                       3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT132
   February 9, 2010   PHT   212    Addition                  Intermediate Electronic Imaging                3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT212
   February 9, 2010   PHT   204    Addition                  Basic Commercial Photography                   3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT204
   February 9, 2010   PHT   208    Addition                        Basic Photojournalism                    3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT208
   February 9, 2010   PHT   202    Addition                           Basic Portraiture                     3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT202
   February 9, 2010   PHT   246    Addition                    Advanced Electronic Imaging                  3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT246
   February 9, 2010   PHT   210    Addition                       Visual Communications                     3    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT210
   February 9, 2010   PHT   232    Addition                        Advanced Portraiture                     6    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT232
   February 9, 2010   ADM   924   Deactivation                         Honors Project                       v     May 25, 2010       KCC    ADM924
   February 9, 2010   ADM   928   Deactivation                      Independent Study                       v     May 25, 2010       KCC    ADM928
   February 9, 2010   BCA   214   Deactivation        Advanced Computer Business Applications               3     May 25, 2010       KCC    OF158U
   February 9, 2010   BCA   253   Deactivation                 Desktop Publishing Projects                  2     May 25, 2010       KCC    OF162U
   February 9, 2010   BCA   294   Deactivation                      Multimedia Projects                     2     May 25, 2010       KCC    OF165U
   February 9, 2010   BCA   924   Deactivation                         Honors Project                       v     May 25, 2010       KCC    BCA924
   February 9, 2010   BCA   928   Deactivation                      Independent Study                       v     May 25, 2010       KCC    BCA928
   February 9, 2010   CIS   111   Deactivation                     Business Applications                    2     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG118U
   February 9, 2010   CIS   349   Deactivation       Database Management Using DB2-Mainframe                4     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG132U
   February 9, 2010   CIS   463   Deactivation                              CICS                            4     May 24, 2010       KCC    DG134U
   February 9, 2010   CIS   483   Deactivation       Application Programming Projects-Mainframe             4     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG135U
   February 9, 2010   CSC   111   Deactivation                  Introduction to Computers                   4     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG101T
   February 9, 2010   NET   146   Deactivation           Introduction to Local Area Networking              3     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG143U
   February 9, 2010   NET   177   Deactivation     Special Topics in Local Area Network Management          3     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG217U
   February 9, 2010   NET   700   Deactivation                   Database Fundamentals                      3     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG231U


   February 5, 2010   GRT   404      New                  Introduction to Visual Communications              2   August 5, 2010     DMACC   GRT404
   February 5, 2010   BIO   135      New                           Introduction to Botany                    4   August 5, 2010     DMACC   BIO135
   February 5, 2010   PHS   200   Deactivation                        GIS Applications                       4                       IHCC   PHS200
   February 5, 2010   GIS   230      New                              GIS Applications                       4                       IHCC   GIS230
   February 5, 2010   PHS   199    Addition                          Map Interpretation                      3                       IHCC   PHS199
   February 5, 2010   GIS   130    Addition                           Remote Sensing                         3                       IHCC   GIS130
   February 5, 2010   PHS   191   Deactivation          Introduction to Global Positioning Systems           1                       IHCC   PHS191
   February 5, 2010   PHS   189   Deactivation                  Global Positioning Systems                   2                       IHCC   PHS189
   February 5, 2010   GIS   140      New                        Global Positioning Systems                   2                       IHCC   GIS140
   February 3, 2010   PHT   195      New         Basic Set and Prop Design, Construction, and Painting I     3                       ICCC   PHT195
   February 3, 2010   PHT   196      New         Basic Set and Prop Design, Construction, and Painting II    3                       ICCC   PHT196
   February 3, 2010   PHT   258      New                         Business of Photography                     2                       ICCC   PHT258
   February 3, 2010   PHT   250      New                         Marketing in Photography                    2                       ICCC   PHT250
   February 3, 2010   PHT   230      New                            Advanced Portraiture                     3                       ICCC   PHT230
   February 3, 2010   PHT   233      New                         Commercial Photography                      3                       ICCC   PHT233
   February 3, 2010   PHT   299      New                    Photography Portfolio Development                1                       ICCC   PHT299
   February 3, 2010   PHT   288      New                        Photography in Journalism                    3                       ICCC   PHT288
   February 3, 2010   PHT   185      New                               Photography II                        3                       ICCC   PHT185
   February 3, 2010   PHT   189      New                               Photography III                       3                       ICCC   PHT189
   February 3, 2010   PHT   192      New                               Photography IV                        3                       ICCC   PHT192
   February 3, 2010   ART   187    Addition                        Creative Photography                      3                       ICCC   ART187
   February 3, 2010   HUM   182      New              Digital Applications in Music, Art, and Theatre        3                       ICCC   HUM182
   February 3, 2010   FLS   118      New                   Spanish for Professionals: Hospitality            3                        KCC   FLS118
   February 3, 2010   HIT   949      New                               Special Topics                        v                       NICC   HIT949
   February 3, 2010   RAD   510    Addition                         Clinical Education IV                    6                       NICC   RAD510
   February 3, 2010   RAD   550    Addition                         Clinical Education V                     6                       NICC   RAD550
   February 3, 2010   HIT   421      New                    Legal Aspects of Health Information              3                       NICC   HIT421
   February 3, 2010   RAD   881      New               Diagnostic Medical Sonography Internship I           10                       NICC   RAD881
   February 3, 2010   RAD   882      New               Diagnostic Medical Sonography Internship II          10                       NICC   RAD882
   February 3, 2010   RAD   883      New               Diagnostic Medical Sonography Internship III          5                       NICC   RAD883
   February 3, 2010   EMS   440      New                           Role of the Paramedic                     6                      DMACC   EMS440
   February 3, 2010   EMS   441      New                       Medical/Ethical/Legal Issues                  6                      DMACC   EMS441
   February 3, 2010   EMS   442      New                      Principles of Patho0physiology                 6                      DMACC   EMS442
   February 3, PM
11/9/201111:00 2010   EMS   443      New                            Patient Assessment                       6                      DMACC   EMS443
  February 3, 2010    EMS   444        New                             Trauma                          6                        DMACC   EMS444
  February 3, 2010    EMS   445        New                      Medical Emergencies                    6                        DMACC   EMS445
  February 3, 2010    EMS   446        New                     Special Considerations                  6                        DMACC   EMS446
  February 3, 2010    EMS   447        New                            Operations                       4                        DMACC   EMS447
  January 28, 2010    PSY   295   Title Change       Co-Occurring Addictive and Mental Disorders       3                        WITCC    PSY295
  January 28, 2010    PSY   932   Title Change                        Internship                       v                        WITCC    PSY932
  January 28, 2010    SOC   932   Title Change                        Internship                       v                        WITCC   SOC932
  January 28, 2010    ARC   152        New                 Post Frame Structure Drafting               5                        WITCC   ARC152
  January 28, 2010    ARC   151   Deactivation             Post Frame Structure Drafting               7                        WITCC   ADR2241
  January 28, 2010    GRA   243   Title Change                   Color for Creatives                   1                        WITCC   GRA243
  January 28, 2010    GRA   146   Title Change                       Photoshop II                      1                        WITCC   GRA146
  January 28, 2010    CIS   391   Title Change                  Animation for Games                    2                        WITCC    CIS391
  January 28, 2010    GRA   173      Addition                        Typography                        3                        WITCC   GRA173
  January 28, 2010    GRA   246        New                 Design Concepts and Trends                  3                        WITCC   GRA246
  January 28, 2010    BUS   934        New                      Capstone Experience                    v                        WITCC   BUS934
  January 28, 2010    BUS   930        New                        Career Readiness                     v                        WITCC   BUS930
  January 28, 2010    ARC   149        New                Metal Building Systems Drafting              6                        WITCC   ARC149
  January 28, 2010    ARC   220        New                     Principles of Estimating                4                        WITCC   ARC220




  January 19, 2010    MST   127      New                              Massage I                        5                        NICC    MST127
  January 19, 2010    MST   129      New                              Massage II                       3                        NICC    MST129
  January 19, 2010    MST   137      New                   Massage in Special Populations              3                        NICC    MST137
  January 19, 2010    MST   162      New             Legal and Ethical Issues in Massage Practice      2                        NICC    MST162


  January 13, 2010    SOC   932      New                        Sociology Internship                    v                       WITCC   SOC932
  January 13, 2010    PSY   932      New                       Psychology Internship                    v                       WITCC   PSY932
   January 6, 2010    TDT   135      New                 Class B Commercial Driver Training            0.5                      IHCC    TDT135

   January 6, 2010    CIS   157      New                   Beginning iPhone Development                3      May 25, 2010      NIACC   CIS157

   January 6, 2010    EGT   460     Addition          PLTW-Civil Engineering and Architecture          3     January 10, 2010   NIACC   EGT460

   January 6, 2010    SDV   810      New                        Experiential Learning                  v                         NCC    SDV810




  November 19, 2009   SDV   132      New          College Overview: Preparation Experience/Anatomy     1                         SCC    SDV132




  November 19, 2009   SDV   133      New         College Overview: Preparation Experience/Physiology   1                         SCC    SDV133
  November 19, 2009   PEA   174    Addition                               Tennis                       1     January 5, 2010    NIACC   PEA174
  November 19, 2009   HSC   113    Addition                        Medical Terminology                 2                         HCC    HSC113
  November 19, 2009   SDV   039      New                      Learning to Learn Workshop               0                         SCC    SDV039
  November 13, 2009   MGT   270      New                  Operations Production Management             3                        ICCC    MGT270
  November 4, 2009    MAT   006      New                            Quick Review Math                  2                         SCC    MAT006
  November 4, 2009    SOC   101   Deactivation                  Social Science Concepts                3      August 1, 2010     KCC    IN201U
  November 4, 2009    SOC   880   Deactivation                Service Learning Experience              1      August 1, 2010     KCC    IN203U
  November 4, 2009    MGT   160   Deactivation                    Inventory Management                 1      August 1, 2010     KCC    AD165U
  November 4, 2009    APP   280   Deactivation                    Apparel Manufacturing                3      August 1, 2010     KCC    AP121T
  November 4, 2009    BUS   193   Deactivation             Business Leadership Development             1      August 1, 2010     KCC    AD163U
  November 4, 2009    BUS   205   Deactivation       Start-Supervisor Training and Retention Tools     1      August 1, 2010     KCC    AD164U
  November 4, 2009    BUS   220   Deactivation           Introduction to International Business        3      August 1, 2010     KCC    MR107T
  November 4, 2009    MGT   128   Deactivation                    Organization Behavior                3      August 1, 2010     KCC    AD115T
  November 4, 2009    AUT   804   Deactivation                        Auto Engines I                   4      August 1, 2010     KCC    PM269U
  November 4, 2009    AUT   812   Deactivation                        Auto Engines II                  4      August 1, 2010     KCC    PM270U
  November 4, 2009    AUT   818   Deactivation                        Auto Engines III                 4      August 1, 2010     KCC    PM274U
  November 4, 2009    CON   192   Deactivation                  Construction Practices III             3      August 1, 2010     KCC    CT202U
  November 4, 2009    ELT   129   Deactivation             Electrical Applications for Plumbing        2      August 1, 2010     KCC    EE106U
  November 4, 2009    EGT   430   Deactivation               PLTW-Aerospace Engineering                3      August 1, 2010     KCC    EGT430
  November 4, 2009    EGT   470   Deactivation       PLTW-Engineering Design and Development           3      August 1, 2010     KCC    EGT470
  November 4, 2009    IND   320   Deactivation              Customer Service in Technology             2      August 1, 2010     KCC    IT129U
  November 4, 2009    ELT   516   Deactivation                      Solid State Circuits               2      August 1, 2010     KCC    EE126U


  October 30, 2009    WEL   111     Addition                 Welding Blueprint Reading                 3                        SWCC    WEL111
  October 30, 2009    WEL   114      New                     Introduction to Fabrication               3                        SWCC    WEL114


11/9/201111:00 PM
  October 30, 2009   WEL   139      New         Introduction to Oxyacetylene Welding, Cutting and Brazing   3                      SWCC    WEL139


  October 30, 2009   WEL   162      New            Introduction to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)        3                      SWCC    WEL162




  October 30, 2009   WEL   224      New              Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)             3                      SWCC    WEL224




  October 30, 2009   WEL   225      New                  Introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding              3                      SWCC    WEL225


  October 30, 2009   WEL   226        New                         Flux Core Arc Welding                     3                      SWCC    WEL226
  October 30, 2009   WEL   227        New                    Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding                 3                      SWCC    WEL227
  October 30, 2009   WEL   229        New               Introduction to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding            3                      SWCC    WEL229
  October 30, 2009   WEL   231        New                  Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding                3                      SWCC    WEL231
  October 30, 2009   HSC   966        New                             MRI Internship II                     v                      ICCC    HSC966
  October 30, 2009   HSC   965   Title Change                         MRI Internship I                      v                      ICCC    HSC965


  October 30, 2009   ELT   470      New                Business Imaging and Security Applications           4                      DMACC   ELT470
  October 30, 2009   ELT   471      New              Business Imaging and Security Applications Lab         3                      DMACC   ELT471




  October 30, 2009   ELT   614      New                     Microprocessors and Controllers                 3                      DMACC   ELT614
  October 30, 2009   HCM   550      New                         Food and Wine Seminar                       3   January 5, 2010    DMACC   HCM550



  October 30, 2009   VIN   104      New                      Viticulture for Wine Production                3   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN104
  October 30, 2009   VIN   121      New                            Pre-Plant Decisions                      2   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN121


  October 30, 2009   VIN   122      New                         Planting and Early Care                     2   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN122
  October 30, 2009   VIN   123      New                    Pruning and Canopy Management                    2   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN123



  October 30, 2009   VIN   124      New                            Crop Management                          2   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN124



  October 30, 2009   VIN   125      New                            Pest Identification                      2   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN125




  October 30, 2009   VIN   126      New                             Pest Management                         2   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN126
  October 30, 2009   VIN   153      New                       Introduction to Wine Regions                  1   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN153

  October 30, 2009   VIN   175      New                         Wine Service Operations                     2   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN175

  October 30, 2009   VIN   185      New                    Introduction Sommelier Preparation               2   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN185

  October 30, 2009   VIN   250      New                        Wine Regions of the World                    3   January 5, 2010    DMACC   VIN250

  October 30, 2009   VIN   295      New                      Certified Sommelier Preparation                2    January 5, 2010   DMACC   VIN295
  October 28, 2009   CIS   388      New                         Creative Writing for Games                  3   January 10, 2011    EICC   CIS388
  October 28, 2009   CIS   394      New                    Introduction to Game Programming                 3    August 5, 2011     EICC   CIS394
  October 28, 2009   CIS   397      New                               Gaming Physics                        4    August 5, 2011     EICC   CIS397
  October 28, 2009   CIS   710      New                         Flash Game Development                      3   January 10, 2011    EICC   CIS710
  October 28, 2009   CIS   711      New                       Audio Programming for Games                   3    August 5, 2001     EICC   CIS711


11/9/201111:00 PM
   October 24, 2009    SUR    524      Credit Change           Surgical Technology Advanced Practicum II        6.5                      EICC    SUR524
   October 16, 2009    CRJ    232            New             Community-Oriented Policing and Problem Solving     3     August 1, 2010    KCC     CRJ232
   October 16, 2009    PHI    125       Title Change                 Native American Philosophies                3     August 1, 2010    KCC     PN122T
   October 16, 2009    PHI    126       Title Change                      Chinese Philosophies                   3     August 1, 2010    KCC     PN123T
   October 14, 2009    SUR    518            New                    Surgical Technology Practicum I             2.5    January 5, 2010   EICC    SUR518
   October 14, 2009    HSV    133       Deactivation                       Conflict Resolution                   3                       SCC     HSV133
   October 14, 2009    SOC    136            New                           Conflict Resolution                   3                       SCC     SOC136

   October 10, 2009     ITP   255             New                           Professional Settings                3     August 1, 2010     KCC    ITP255
   October 8, 2009     OTA    150             New                        OTA Medical Terminology                1.5    August 1, 2010     KCC    OTA150
   October 8, 2009     OTA    200             New                 Community Health Special Populations           5     January 5, 2010    KCC    OTA200
   October 8, 2009     OTA    205             New                             OTA Management                     2     August 1, 2010     KCC    OTA205
   October 7, 2009     HCM    117       Credit Change                            Bakery I (lab)                  3     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO115U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    122       Credit Change                        International Breads                3     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO116U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    123       Credit Change                       International Pastries               3     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO147U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    147   Title & Credit Change                    Culinary Techniques                1.5    August 1, 2010     KCC    HO118U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    166       Credit Change                         Culinary Arts (lab)                2     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO124U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    174       Credit Change                    International Cuisine (lab)             3     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO119U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    177       Credit Change                         Culinary Arts (lec)                2     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO162U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    195   Title & Credit Change                Service Techniques (Lec)                3     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO161U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    204   Title & Credit Change                Service Techniques (Lab)                2     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO113U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    213        Title Change                       Service Management                   4     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO103T
   October 7, 2009     HCM    251   Title & Credit Change          Purchasing, Receiving and Inventory           2     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO138U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    269             New                          Garde Manger (lab/lec)               1.5    August 1, 2010     KCC    HO137U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    315   Title & Credit Change             Wine, Beer and Spirits Basics              3     August 1, 2010     KCC    HCM315
   October 7, 2009     HCM    321   Title & Credit Change           Introduction to Hospitality Industry         1     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO158U
   October 7, 2009     HCM    340   Title & Credit Change         Hospitality Events and Catering (FOH)          3     August 1, 2010     KCC    HO157U



   October 7, 2009     AGH    405         Addition                       Golf Course Maintenance                  3    January 5, 2010   EICC    AGH405
   October 7, 2009     AGP    243          New                       Precision Agricultural Applications          3    January 5, 2010   EICC    AGP243
   October 7, 2009     AGA    210      Credit Change                   Corn and Soybean Production                3    January 5, 2010   EICC     FM162
   October 7, 2009     AGA    285      Credit Change                           Crop Protection                    3    January 5, 2010   EICC     FM132
   October 7, 2009     AGA    349      Credit Change                              Fertilizers                    1.5   January 5, 2010   EICC    AGA349
   October 7, 2009     AGB    192      Credit Change                        Agricultural Sales II                 2    January 5, 2010   EICC     FF133
   October 7, 2009     AGB    232      Credit Change                  Livestock and Grain Marketing               3    January 5, 2010   EICC     FM240
   October 7, 2009     AGB    302      Credit Change            Applied Accounting for Farm Management II        1.5   January 5, 2010   EICC     FM118
   October 7, 2009     AGB    306      Credit Change                         Risk Management                     1.5   January 5, 2010   EICC     FM146
   October 7, 2009     AGM    130      Credit Change                         Farm Electrification               1.25   January 5, 2010   EICC     FM133
   October 7, 2009     AGM    157      Credit Change                      Machinery Management                    3    January 5, 2010   EICC     FM236
   October 7, 2009     AGS    180      Credit Change                          Sheep Production                   1.5   January 5, 2010   EICC     FM212



   October 7, 2009     MOR    215           New                                Funeral Law I                     3      May 25, 2010     DMACC   MOR215


  October 7, 2009      MOR    300          New                        Introduction to Funeral Service            2     August 1, 2010    DMACC   MOR300
 September 29, 2009    BUS    220         Addition                      Introduction to International            3                         HCC   BUS220
 September 29, 2009    FIN    121         Addition                            Personal Finance                   3                         HCC   FIN121
 September 29, 2009    MGT    142         Addition          Problems and Issues in Supervision and Management    3                         HCC   MGT142
 September 29, 2009    MGT    174         Addition                 Training and Employee Development             3                         HCC   MGT174
 September 29, 2009    MGT    177         Addition                                 Staffing                      3                         HCC   MGT177
 September 29, 2009    MGT    178         Addition                            Employment Law                     3                         HCC   MGT178
 September 29, 2009    MGT    180         Addition                   Management and Labor Relations              3                         HCC   MGT180
 September 29, 2009    MGT    190         Addition           Employee Compensation and Benefits Management       3                         HCC   MGT190
 September 29, 2009    BIO    238          New                                 Field Ecology II                  3                        IVCC   BIO238
 September 29, 2009    AGP    917          New                              Experimental Course                  v                        IVCC   AGP917
 September 29, 2009    WTT    103         Addition                      Introduction to Wind Energy              3                        NICC   WTT103
 September 29, 2009    WTT    133         Addition                  Wind Turbine Mechanical Systems              3                        NICC   WTT133
 September 29, 2009    WTT    148          New                      Theory of Motor/Generator Controls           4                        NICC   WTT148
 September 29, 2009    WTT    204         Addition                           Wind Turbine Siting                 4                        NICC   WTT204
 September 29, 2009    WTT    216         Addition                 Power Generation and Transmission             3                        NICC   WTT216
 September 29, 2009    WTT    225         Addition                   Data Acquisition and Assessment             4                        NICC   WTT225
 September 29, 2009    WTT    235         Addition                             Theory of PLC's                   4                        NICC   WTT235
 September 29, 2009    WTT    932         Addition                         Wind Energy Internship                v                        NICC   WTT932
 September 29, 2009    ART    192          New                                 Photography IV                    3                        ICCC   ART192
 September 29, 2009    EGR    290         Addition                            Thermodynamics                     3     January 5, 2010    EICC   EGR290


  September 29, 2009   AGE    211           New                        Equine Business Management                2     January 5, 2010    KCC    AGE211
  September 9, 2009    AGV    151           New                    Introduction to Vet Tech Clinical Skills      3     August 1, 2010    DMACC   AGV151
  September 21, 2009   ECE    944           New                          Field Experience Seminar I              v                        HCC    ECE944
11/9/201111:00 PM
  September 21, 2009   ECE    945           New                          Field Experience Seminar II             v                        HCC    ECE945
 September 21, 2009   ECE   946       Deactivation                         Seminar I                     v                         HCC    ECE946
 September 21, 2009   ECE   947       Deactivation                         Seminar II                    v                         HCC    ECE947




 September 15, 2009   LIT   210           New                          The Graphic Novel                 3     January 10, 2010   EICC    LIT210
 September 11, 2009   MUS   286           New                        Sound Reinforcement                 3     January 10, 2010   KCC     MUS286
 September 11, 2009   MUS   288           New                 Topics in the Modern Music Industry        2     August 10, 2010    KCC     MUS288



 September 11, 2009   MUS   263            New                          Advanced MIDI                    3     January 10, 2010    KCC    MUS263
 September 11, 2009   AGF   144   Title & Credit Change                 Floral Design III                3       May 25, 2010      KCC    AE662U


 September 11, 2009   ECE   243         Addition                   Early Childhood Guidance              3     January 10, 2010   EICC    ECE243


 September 11, 2009   ECE   170         Addition                 Child Growth and Development            3     August 10, 2010    EICC    ECE170




 September 11, 2009   ECE   158         Addition                  Early Childhood Curriculum I           3     August 10, 2010    EICC    ECE158




 September 11, 2009   ECE   159         Addition                  Early Childhood Curriculum II          3     January 10, 2010   EICC    ECE159
 September 11, 2009   ECE   193          New                        Dynamics of the Family               3     January 10, 2010   EICC    ECE193


 September 11, 2009   ECE   221         Addition               Infant/Toddler Care and Education         3     January 10, 2010   EICC    ECE221


  September 9, 2009   ART   301           New                        Design Fundamentals                 3     August 10, 2010     KCC    ART301




  September 9, 2009   LIT   927           New                            Honors Study                    v     August 10, 2009    EICC     LT299




  September 9, 2009   ENV   927           New                            Honors Study                    v     August 10, 2009    EICC     SC299



  September 9, 2009   WTT   103         Addition                  Introduction to Wind Energy            3                        IHCC    WTT103


  September 9, 2009   WTT   216         Addition              Power Generation and Transmission           3                       IHCC    WTT216
  September 9, 2009   ECE   243         Addition                  Early Childhood Guidance                3                        HCC    ECE243
  September 2, 2009   HCM   109          New                          Kitchen Essentials                 1.5   August 10, 2010     KCC    HCM109
  September 2, 2009   HCM   133          New                             Fabrication I                   1.5   August 10, 2010     KCC    HCM133
  September 2, 2009   HCM   134          New                             Fabrication II                  1.5   August 10, 2010     KCC    HCM134
  September 2, 2009   HCM   138          New                         Food Fundamentals                    3    August 10, 2010     KCC    HCM138
  September 2, 2009   HCM   227          New                            Menu Planning                     1    August 10, 2011     KCC    HCM227
  September 2, 2009   HCM   273          New                      Advanced Garde Manager                  3    January 10, 2011    KCC    HCM273
  September 2, 2009   HCM   302          New                           Alcohol Service                   0.5   August 10, 2010     KCC    HCM302
  September 2, 2009   HCM   317          New                   Advanced Wine, Beer and Spirits            3    January 10, 2011    KCC    HCM317



  September 2, 2009   GRT   403          New                            Production Methods               2     August 10, 2010    DMACC   GRT403
   August 20, 2009    HSC   960          New                               CT Internship                 v                         ICCC   HSC960
   August 20, 2009    HSC   965          New                              MRI Internship                 v                         ICCC   HSC965
   August 19, 2009    AGE   108      Credit Change        Introduction to Horsemanship - Balanced Seat   3     August 10, 2009      KCC   AE514U
   August 19, 2009    AGE   109      Credit Change               Horsemanship - Balanced Seat            3     August 10, 2009      KCC   AE526U


    August 19, 2009   CRJ   129          New                             Court Systems                   3     August 20, 2009    EICC     CRJ129
    August 19, 2009   CRR   370      Credit Change                       Collision Lab                   v     August 20, 2009    EICC     AR240
11/9/201111:002009
    August 10, PM     MAP   358      Credit Change                   Clinical Procedures II              5     August 10, 2009    NIACC   MEDA702
   August 6, 2009   ADN   900   New                Trauma Nurse Core Course                    v                 IHCC   ADN900
   August 5, 2009   HSC   151   New                    Dosage Calculation                      1   May 5, 2009   ILCC   HSC151


   August 5, 2009   HSC   153   New                 Concepts in Pharmacology                   3   May 5, 2009   ILCC   HSC153


   August 5, 2009   PNN   664   New                     Practical Nursing I                    4   May 5, 2009   ILCC   PNN664



   August 5, 2009   PNN   665   New                 Practical Nursing I Clinical               1   May 5, 2009   ILCC   PNN665



   August 5, 2009   PNN   662   New                     Practical Nursing II                   7   May 5, 2009   ILCC   PNN662



   August 5, 2009   PNN   666   New                 Practical Nursing II Clinical              3   May 5, 2009   ILCC   PNN666




   August 5, 2009   PNN   663   New                     Practical Nursing III                  4   May 5, 2009   ILCC   PNN663



   August 5, 2009   PNN   667   New             Practical Nursing III Preceptorship            2   May 5, 2009   ILCC   PNN667




   August 5, 2009   ADN   106   New                     Success in Nursing                     1   May 5, 2009   ILCC   ADN106



   August 5, 2009   ADN   107   New              Introduction to Nursing Concepts              4   May 5, 2009   ILCC   ADN107




   August 5, 2009   ADN   108   New            Introduction to Nursing Concepts Lab            2   May 5, 2009   ILCC   ADN108




   August 5, 2009   ADN   564   New         Basic Concepts in Medical Surgical Nursing         4   May 5, 2009   ILCC   ADN564




   August 5, 2009   ADN   565   New     Basic Concepts in Medical Surgical Nursing Clinical    2   May 5, 2009   ILCC   ADN565




   August 5, 2009   ADN   567   New      Advanced Concepts in Medical Surgical Nursing         7   May 5, 2009   ILCC   ADN567



   August 5, 2009   ADN   568   New   Advanced Concepts in Medical Surgical Nursing Clinical   2   May 5, 2009   ILCC   ADN568


   August 5, 2009   ADN   463   New              Mental Health Nursing Concepts                4   May 5, 2009   ILCC   ADN463

11/9/201111:00 PM
    August 5, 2009   ADN   464      New           Mental Health Nursing Concepts Clinical        1.5    May 5, 2009      ILCC   ADN464



    August 5, 2009   ADN   514      New                   Care of the Aging Adult                2      May 5, 2009      ILCC   ADN514




    August 5, 2009   ADN   515      New               Care of the Aging Adult Clinical           1      May 5, 2009      ILCC   ADN515




    August 5, 2009   ADN   454      New                Concepts in Women's Health                4      May 5, 2009      ILCC   ADN454




    August 5, 2009   ADN   456      New            Concepts in Women's Health Clinical           1.5    May 5, 2009      ILCC   ADN456




    August 5, 2009   ADN   590      New           Care of the Critically ill or Injured Client   3      May 5, 2009      ILCC   ADN590




    August 5, 2009   ADN   814      New         Transition into Professional Nursing Practice    1      May 5, 2009      ILCC   ADN814



    August 5, 2009   ADN   820      New                   The Professional Nurse                 2      May 5, 2009      ILCC   ADN820
    August 5, 2009   LGL   210      New                       Contract Law                       3                       ILCC   LGL210


    August 5, 2009   AGH   152     Addition           Landscape Design Techniques                3      May 5, 2009      ILCC   AGH152




    August 5, 2009   AGH   154     Addition            Residential Landscape Design              3      May 5, 2009      ILCC   AGH154


    August 5, 2009   AGH   161     Addition                  Irrigation Systems                  3      May 5, 2009      ILCC   AGH161




    August 5, 2009   EMS   219     Addition                      EMT Basic I                     3      May 5, 2009      ILCC   EMS219




    August 5, 2009   EMS   226     Addition                     EMT Basic II                     3      May 5, 2009      ILCC   EMS226




    August 5, 2009   EMS   619      New               Airway and Patient Assessment              4      May 5, 2009      ILCC   EMS619

    August 5, 2009   AGH   172    Addition                Landscape Maintenance                  3      May 5, 2009      ILCC   AGH172
    August 4, 2009   EDU   800      New            Exploring Math and Science Teaching           1     August 15, 2009   HCC    EDU800
    August 4, 2009   CLS   100   Deactivation      Understanding Cultures: US America            1     August 4, 2009    KCC    CLS100
11/9/201111:00 PM
    August 4, 2009   CLS   999   Deactivation                 Study Abroad                       v     August 4, 2009    KCC    CLS999
    August 4, 2009   GLS   110       New             Understanding Cultures: US America         1     August 19, 2009    KCC     GLS110
    August 4, 2009   GLS   999       New                       Study Abroad                     v     August 19, 2009    KCC     GLS999

    August 4, 2009   MUS   223      Addition                    Music Theory IV                  4    August 10, 2009    EICC    MUS223
    August 4, 2009   MLT   165       New         Medical Laboratory Principles and Techniques   3.5                      IHCC    MLT165
    August 4, 2009   MLT   166       New                     MLT Critical Analysis               1                       IHCC    MLT166
    August 4, 2009   MLT   181       New                   Clinical Lab Practicum II             6                       IHCC    MLT181
    August 4, 2009   MLT   182       New                   Clinical Lab Practicum III            6                       IHCC    MLT182
    August 4, 2009   MLT   245       New                       Clinical Chemistry                5                       IHCC    MLT245
    August 4, 2009   MLT   255       New                     Clinical Microbiology               5                       IHCC    MLT255
    August 4, 2009   MLT   295       New            Topics in Clinical Laboratory Science I      1                       IHCC    MLT295
    August 4, 2009   MLT   296       New           Topics in Clinical Laboratory Science II      1                       IHCC    MLT296
    August 4, 2009   MLT   137   Credit Change           Clinical Laboratory Basics III          3                       IHCC    MLT137
    August 4, 2009   MLT   175   Credit Change                  CLA Practicum I                  1                       IHCC    MLT175
    August 4, 2009   MLT   176   Credit Change                 CLA Practicum II                  1                       IHCC    MLT176



    August 4, 2009   GLS   110   Title Change                  Global Leadership                1     August 19, 2009     KCC    GLS110
     July 21, 2009   DRA   109        New                    Drama Excursions II                1     August 1, 2009     IHCC    DRA109
     July 17, 2009   DEA   702      Addition               Dental Office Procedures             2     August 10, 2009    EICC    DEA702
     July 16, 2009   PHR   105      Addition         Introduction to Pharmacy Technician        3     August 15, 2009    NIACC   PHR105
     July 16, 2009   PHR   120      Addition      Pharmacology for the Pharmacy Technician      3     August 15, 2009    NIACC   PHR120
     July 16, 2009   PHR   941      Addition                Pharmacy Technician                 v     August 15, 2009    NIACC   PHR941



     July 16, 2009   MFG   949     Addition                     Special Topics                  v     January 10, 2009   EICC    MFG949


     July 16, 2009   AUT   103       New               Survey of Automotive Technology          1.5   August 10, 2009    EICC    AUT103
     July 16, 2009   CRR   103       New                Survey of Auto Collision Repair         1.5   August 10, 2009    EICC    CRR103


     July 16, 2009   DSL   103      New                  Survey of Diesel Technology            1.5   August 10, 2009    EICC    DSL103
     July 16, 2009   EMS   760      New                       NSC Paramedic 1                    9    August 15, 2009    ICCC    EMS760
     July 16, 2009   EMS   761      New                       NSC Paramedic 2                   9.5   August 15, 2009    ICCC    EMS761
     July 16, 2009   EMS   762      New                       NSC Paramedic 3                   6.5   August 15, 2009    ICCC    EMS762
     July 16, 2009   EMS   763      New                       NSC Paramedic 4                   9.5   August 15, 2009    ICCC    EMS763
     July 16, 2009   EMS   764      New                       NSC Paramedic 5                   8.5   August 15, 2009    ICCC    EMS764
     July 16, 2009   EMS   810     Addition             Advanced Cardiac Life Support            1    August 15, 2009    ICCC    EMS810
     July 16, 2009   EMS   815     Addition            Advanced Pediatric Life Support           1    August 15, 2009    ICCC    EMS815
     July 16, 2009   EMS   820     Addition            Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support          1    August 15, 2009    ICCC    EMS820




     July 16, 2009   MAP   145    Addition                Medical Records Management             3    August 10, 2009     EICC   MAP145
     July 15, 2009   ADM   157   Deactivation                     Business English               3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:110
     July 15, 2009   ADM   213   Deactivation               Medical Office Applications          2    August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:111
     July 15, 2009   ADM   171   Deactivation                  Records Management                2    August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:130
     July 15, 2009   ADM   149   Deactivation                       Transcription                3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:133
     July 15, 2009   ADM   142   Deactivation                    Desktop Publishing              3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:135
     July 15, 2009   ADM   251   Deactivation                Business Professionalism           0.5   August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:145
     July 15, 2009   ADM   252   Deactivation               Business Professionalism II         0.5   August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:146
     July 15, 2009   ADM   928   Deactivation                    Independent Study               v    August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:299
     July 15, 2009   ADN   491   Deactivation                  Gerontology Nursing               3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    240:286
     July 15, 2009   AGA   850   Deactivation                 Basic Crop Production              3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    850:150
     July 15, 2009   AGA   880   Deactivation                Forage Crop Management              3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    850:180
     July 15, 2009   AGB   860   Deactivation            Introductory Agricultural Finance       3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    850:160
     July 15, 2009   AGB   337   Deactivation               Advanced Ag Commodities              3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    AGB337
     July 15, 2009   AGC   933   Deactivation                        Internship II               v    August 10, 2009    SWCC    AGC933
     July 15, 2009   AGS   225   Deactivation                      Swine Science                 3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    850:183
     July 15, 2009   AGS   101   Deactivation                  Working with Animals              2    August 10, 2009    SWCC    AGS101
     July 15, 2009   AGS   114   Deactivation              Survey of the Animal Industry         2    August 10, 2009    SWCC    AGS114
     July 15, 2009   ANT   928   Deactivation                    Independent Study               v    August 10, 2009    SWCC    620:299
     July 15, 2009   ART   108   Deactivation                Art of the Western World            3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    720:115
     July 15, 2009   ART   177   Deactivation                           Mosaic                   3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    720:177
     July 15, 2009   BCA   220   Deactivation     Integrated Computer Business Applications      2    August 10, 2009    SWCC    180:213
     July 15, 2009   BCA   129   Deactivation                 Basic Work Processing              2    August 10, 2009    SWCC    360:125
     July 15, 2009   BCA   134   Deactivation                     Word Processing                3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    360:126
     July 15, 2009   BCA   174   Deactivation              Basic Presentation Software           1    August 10, 2009    SWCC    360:140
     July 15, 2009   BCA   106   Deactivation               Windows Operating System             1    August 10, 2009    SWCC    360:217
     July 15, 2009   BCA   115   Deactivation                      Internet Basics               1    August 10, 2009    SWCC    360:242
     July 15, 2009   BCA   105   Deactivation        Introduction to Information Technology      3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    BCA105
     July 15, 2009   BIO   102   Deactivation                   Introductory Biology             3    August 10, 2009    SWCC    800:101
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     July 15, 2009   BIO   945   Deactivation                          Seminar                   v    August 10, 2009    SWCC    800:104
     July 15, 2009   BUS    212   Deactivation                 Business Statistics II            3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   320:006
     July 15, 2009   BUS    191   Deactivation               Professionalism: SIFE               1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   320:112
     July 15, 2009   BUS    129   Deactivation         Introduction to Entrepreneurship          1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   320:122
     July 15, 2009   BUS    210   Deactivation                 Business Statistics               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   320:235
     July 15, 2009   CAD    111   Deactivation                      AutoCAD I                    1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   220:171
     July 15, 2009   CAD    121   Deactivation            Computer Aided Drafting II             3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   220:176
     July 15, 2009   CAD    131   Deactivation                      AutoCAD III                  2    August 10, 2009   SWCC   220:211
     July 15, 2009   CHM    112   Deactivation              Introduction to Chemistry            4    August 10, 2009   SWCC   820:001
     July 15, 2009   CHM    050   Deactivation             Introduction to Chemistry I           3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   820:180
     July 15, 2009   CIS    402   Deactivation                         Cobol                     3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:210
     July 15, 2009   CIS    412   Deactivation                        Cobol II                   3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:211
     July 15, 2009   CIS    184   Deactivation                   Java Certification              3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:227
     July 15, 2009   CIS    582   Deactivation                      Assembler                    3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:235
     July 15, 2009   CIS    588   Deactivation               Computer Organization               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:236
     July 15, 2009   CIS    640   Deactivation                    Beginning DOS                  1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:240
     July 15, 2009   CIS    740   Deactivation       Advanced Small Computer Operator            4    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:255
     July 15, 2009   CIS    911   Deactivation               Cooperative Internship              v    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:260
     July 15, 2009   CLS    168   Deactivation            Asian Culture through Film             3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   520:230
     July 15, 2009   COM    020   Deactivation                Communication Skills               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   400:093
     July 15, 2009   CRJ    100   Deactivation          Introduction to Criminal Justice         3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   620:004
     July 10, 2009   CRJ    201   Deactivation                Juvenile Delinquency               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   620:005
     July 10, 2009   CRJ    160   Deactivation      Introduction to Forensic Investigation       3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   620:006
     July 15, 2009   CRJ    928   Deactivation                  Independent Study                v    August 10, 2009   SWCC   620:299
     July 15, 2009   DRF    111   Deactivation       Fundamentals of Technical Drafting          1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   220:101
     July 15, 2009   ECE    928   Deactivation                  Independent Study                v    August 10, 2009   SWCC   640:299
     July 15, 2009   EDU    210   Deactivation              Foundations of Education             3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   640:001
     July 15, 2009   ENV    111   Deactivation               Environmental Science               4    August 10, 2009   SWCC   800:001
     July 15, 2009   ESL    928   Deactivation                  Independent Study                v    August 10, 2009   SWCC   090:299
     July 15, 2009   FIN    121   Deactivation                   Personal Finance                3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   300:001
     July 15, 2009   FLS    928   Deactivation                  Independent Study                v    August 10, 2009   SWCC   760:299
     July 15, 2009   HIS    255   Deactivation      American Indian History and Culture I        3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   520:001
     July 15, 2009   HIS    256   Deactivation      American Indian History and Culture II       3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   522:002
     July 15, 2009   HIS    251   Deactivation           U.S. History 1945 to Present            3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   520:004
     July 15, 2009   HSC    112   Deactivation                Medical Terminology                1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   180:108
     July 15, 2009   HSC    928   Deactivation                  Independent Study                v    August 10, 2009   SWCC   180:299
     July 15, 2009   HSC    145   Deactivation              Pharmacology in Nursing              3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   201:001
     July 15, 2009   JOU    125   Deactivation               Newspaper Production                3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   420:220
     July 15, 2009   JOU    126   Deactivation              Newspaper Production II              3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   420:221
     July 15, 2009   JOU    928   Deactivation                  Independent Study                v    August 10, 2009   SWCC   420:299
     July 15, 2009    LIT   126   Deactivation              Modern American Poetry               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   400:220
     July 15, 2009   MAT    050   Deactivation                    Math Strategies                1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   MAT050
     July 15, 2009   MAT    140   Deactivation                      Finite Math                  3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   MAT140
     July 15, 2009   MAT    711   Deactivation           Business and Financial Math             3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   MAT711
     July 15, 2009   MAT    121   Deactivation                    College Algebra                4    August 10, 2009   SWCC   900:001
     July 15, 2009   MAT    102   Deactivation                Intermediate Algebra               4    August 10, 2009   SWCC   900:003
     July 15, 2009   MGT    170   Deactivation          Human Resource Management                3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   320:004
     July 15, 2009   MGT    178   Deactivation                   Employment Law                  3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   320:021
     July 15, 2009   MKT    140   Deactivation                 Principles of Selling             3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   320:250
     July 15, 2009   MKT    286   Deactivation                    Sales Internship               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   320:261
     July 15, 2009   MKT    198   Deactivation                   Sports Marketing                3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   MKT198
     July 15, 2009   MTR    122   Deactivation               Medical Transcription III           3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   180:219
     July 15, 2009   MTR    928   Deactivation                  Independent Study                v    August 10, 2009   SWCC   180:299
     July 15, 2009   MUS    261   Deactivation                 Introduction to MIDI              2    August 10, 2009   SWCC   780:242
     July 15, 2009   NET    212   Deactivation                  CISCO Networking                 3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:171
     July 15, 2009   NET    222   Deactivation                    CISCO Routers                  3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:176
     July 15, 2009   NET    138   Deactivation             Windows XP Professional               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:292
     July 15, 2009   NET    232   Deactivation                   CISCO Switches                  3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   360:297
     July 15, 2009   NET    142   Deactivation                  Network Essentials               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   NET142
     July 15, 2009   PEA    133   Deactivation                         Golf I                   0.5   August 10, 2009   SWCC   660:110
     July 15, 2009   PEA    116   Deactivation                       Bowling I                  0.5   August 10, 2009   SWCC   660:113
     July 15, 2009   PEA    163   Deactivation                  Strength Training I              1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   660:116
     July 15, 2009   PEA    134   Deactivation                         Golf I                    1    August 10, 2009   SWCC   660:224
     July 15, 2009   PEA    186   Deactivation                   Weight Training I              0.5   August 10, 2009   SWCC   PEA186
     July 15, 2009   PEC    166   Deactivation     Sports Officiating: Fall and Winter Sports    2    August 10, 2009   SWCC   660:230
     July 15, 2009   PEC    168   Deactivation   Sports Officiating: Spring and Summer Sports    2    August 10, 2009   SWCC   660:231
     July 15, 2009   PEH    115   Deactivation                 Wellness Education                3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   PEH115
     July 15, 2009   PEH    120   Deactivation         Principles of Personal Training I         3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   PEH120
     July 15, 2009   PEH    122   Deactivation         Principles of Personal Training II        3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   PEH122
     July 15, 2009   PHS    142   Deactivation               Principles of Astronomy             3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   830:002
     July 15, 2009   PHS    170   Deactivation                   Physical Geology                3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   830:111
     July 15, 2009   PHS    172   Deactivation                   Physical Geology                4    August 10, 2009   SWCC   830:113
     July 15, 2009   PSY    224   Deactivation               Adolescent Psychology               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   600:004
     July 15, 2009   PSY    226   Deactivation                 Psychology of Aging               3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   600:005
     July 15, 2009   PSY    211   Deactivation             Psychology of Adjustment              3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   600:110
     July 15, 2009   PSY    223   Deactivation         Child and Adolescent Psychology           3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   600:210
     July 15, 2009   PSY    261   Deactivation                   Human Sexuality                 3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   600:225
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     July 15, 2009   PSY    150   Deactivation       Child Development Stepping Stones           3    August 10, 2009   SWCC   600:250
    July 15, 2009   PSY    222   Deactivation                       Child Psychology             3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   PSY222
    July 15, 2009   RDG    928   Deactivation                      Independent Study             v   August 10, 2009   SWCC   090:299
    July 15, 2009   REL    135   Deactivation          The Middle East Religion and Politics     3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   REL135
    July 15, 2009   SDV    131   Deactivation                      Career Exploration            2   August 10, 2009   SWCC   SDV131
    July 15, 2009   SDV    151   Deactivation       Leadership Training and Skill Development    3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   SDV151
    July 15, 2009   SOC    200   Deactivation                  Minority Group Relations          3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   520:003
    July 15, 2009   SOC    160   Deactivation                 Introduction to Social Work        3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   620:001
    July 15, 2009   SOC    230   Deactivation                    Juvenile Delinquency            3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   SOC230
    July 15, 2009   SOC    124   Deactivation                      Portrait of a Family          3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   620:100
    July 15, 2009   CIS    339    Addition                  Advanced Database and SQL            3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   CIS339
    July 15, 2009   ECE    103    Addition           Introduction to Early Childhood Education   3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   640:003
    July 15, 2009   ECE    133    Addition                Child Health, Safety and Nutrition     3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   ECE133
    July 15, 2009   ECE    158    Addition                   Early Childhood Curriculum I        3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   ECE158
    July 15, 2009   ECE    159    Addition                  Early Childhood Curriculum II        3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   ECE159
    July 15, 2009   ECE    170    Addition                 Child Growth and Development          3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   ECE170
    July 15, 2009   ECE    221    Addition               Infant/Toddler Care and Education       3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   ECE221
    July 15, 2009   ECE    243    Addition                     Early Childhood Guidance          3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   ECE243
    July 15, 2009   ECE    262    Addition                Early Childhood Field Experience       3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   ECE262
    July 15, 2009   GRA    176    Addition                           Layout Design I             3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   GRA176
    July 15, 2009   PEH    255    Addition                Principles of Sports Management        3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   660:285
    July 15, 2009   SDV    108    Addition                      The College Experience           1   August 10, 2009   SWCC   SDV108
    July 15, 2009   SPC    122    Addition                  Interpersonal Communication          3   August 10, 2009   SWCC   SPC122
     July 8, 2009   CLS    999      New                               Study Abroad               v   August 19, 2009    KCC   CLS999



     July 7, 2009   CLS    100       New               Understanding Cultures: US America        1   August 19, 2009    KCC   CLS100
     July 7, 2009   HSV    229     Revision                    Group Facilitation                3                     ICCC   HSV229
     July 2, 2009   CON    129   Credit Change                    Concrete Lab                   3   August 10, 2009   ICCC   CON129
     July 2, 2009   CON    308       New                         Interior Finish I               2   August 10, 2009   ICCC   CON308
     July 2, 2009   CON    309       New                        Interior Finish II               3   August 10, 2009   ICCC   CON309
     July 1, 2009   ACC    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   ACC949
     July 1, 2009   AGA    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   AGA949
     July 1, 2009   AGC    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   AGC949
     July 1, 2009   AGS    949       New                         Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   AGS949
     July 1, 2009   ART    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   ART949
     July 1, 2009   BCA    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   BCA949
     July 1, 2009   BIO    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   BIO949
     July 1, 2009   BUS    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   BUS949
     July 1, 2009   CHM    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   CHM949
     July 1, 2009   CIS    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   CIS949
     July 1, 2009   CLS    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   CLS949
     July 1, 2009   COM    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   COM949
     July 1, 2009   CSC    949       New                         Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   CSC949
     July 1, 2009   ECN    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   ECN949
     July 1, 2009   EDU    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   EDU949
     July 1, 2009   ENG    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   ENG949
     July 1, 2009   ENV    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   ENV949
     July 1, 2009   GEO    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   GEO949
     July 1, 2009   GRA    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   GRA949
     July 1, 2009    LIT   949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC    LIT949
     July 1, 2009   MAT    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   MAT949
     July 1, 2009   MGT    949       New                         Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   MGT949
     July 1, 2009   MKT    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   MKT949
     July 1, 2009   MUA    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   MUA949
     July 1, 2009   MUS    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   MUS949
     July 1, 2009   PEA    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   PEA949
     July 1, 2009   PEC    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   PEC949
     July 1, 2009   PEH    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   PEH949
     July 1, 2009   PHI    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   PHI949
     July 1, 2009   PHS    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   PHS949
     July 1, 2009   PHY    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   PHY949
     July 1, 2009   POL    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   POL949
     July 1, 2009   PSY    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   PSY949
     July 1, 2009   REL    949       New                         Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   REL949
     July 1, 2009   SDV    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   SDV949
     July 1, 2009   SOC    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   SOC949
     July 1, 2009   SPC    949      Addition                     Special Topics                  v     July 1, 2009    SWCC   SPC949




    June 30, 2009   MIL    104   Credit Change   Army ROTC Leadership and Personal Development   v   August 19, 2009   KCC    MIL104

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    June 30, 2009   MIL   105   Credit Change    Army ROTC Introduction to Tactical Leadership    v   August 19, 2009    KCC     MIL105




    June 30, 2009   MIL   204   Credit Change       Army ROTC Innovation Team Leadership          v   August 19, 2009    KCC     MIL204




    June 30, 2009   MIL   205   Credit Change     Army ROTC Foundations of Tactical Leadership    v   August 19, 2009     KCC     MIL205
    June 30, 2009   AGE   108   Credit Change      Introduction to Horsemanship - Balanced Seat   2   August 19, 2009     KCC    AE514U
    June 30, 2009   AGE   109   Credit Change              Horsemanship - Balanced Seat           2   August 19, 2009     KCC    AE526U
    June 30, 2009   AGE   230   Credit Change                         Training I                  2   August 19, 2009     KCC    AE503U
    June 30, 2009   AGE   231   Credit Change                        Training II                  2   August 19, 2009     KCC    AE506U
    June 24, 2009   AGC   104      Addition               Applied Computers in Agriculture        2   January 19, 2010    KCC    AGC104
    June 24, 2009   AGB   194      Addition                        Beginning Sales                2   January 19, 2010    KCC    AGB194
    June 24, 2009   AGB   300      Addition                    Farm Record Analysis               1   January 19, 2010    KCC    AGB300
    June 24, 2009   PEH   191      Addition                        Sports Nutrition               3   January 19, 2010    KCC    PEH191
    June 24, 2009   MIL   104       New         Army ROTC Leadership and Personal Development     1   August 19, 2009     KCC     MIL104
    June 24, 2009   MIL   105       New           Army ROTC Introduction to Tactical Leadership   1   August 19, 2009     KCC     MIL105
    June 24, 2009   MIL   204       New               Army ROTC Innovative Team Leadership        1   August 19, 2009     KCC     MIL204
    June 24, 2009   MIL   205       New           Army ROTC Foundations of Tactical Leadership    1   August 19, 2009     KCC     MIL205
    June 24, 2009   HSC   158       New                  Introduction to Health Professions       1   August 25, 2009    NIACC   HSC158
    June 24, 2009   HSC   108    Deactivation            Introduction to Health Professions       2   August 25, 2009    NIACC   HEAL100
    June 24, 2009   ELT   280       New                         PLC Troubleshooting               3   August 25, 2009    EICC     MT220
    June 17, 2009   AGC   867       New                          Farm Experience III              3   August 20, 2009    EICC    AGC867




    June 17, 2009   ADN   648       New                  Advanced Nursing Concepts I              2                      NCC     ADN648



    June 17, 2009   ADN   649       New                  Advanced Nursing Concepts II             2                      NCC     ADN249




    June 17, 2009   ADN   650       New                        Transition to ADN                  3                      NCC     ADN650




    June 17, 2009   ADN   655       New                         ADN Nursing IA                    6                      NCC     ADN655




    June 17, 2009   ADN   656       New                         ADN Nursing IB                    6                      NCC     ADN656



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    June 17, 2009   ADN   657       New                    ADN Nursing IIA              6                       NCC    ADN657




    June 17, 2009   ADN   658         New                  ADN Nursing IIB              6                       NCC    ADN658
    June 16, 2009   AGE   208         New               Breeding Management             3    June 16, 2009     IVCC    AGE208
    June 12, 2009   MKT   187   Credit Change    Perspectives/International Marketing   v   August 19, 2009     KCC    MR127U
     June 5, 2009   BCA   080    Title Change       College Prep: Computer Skills I     1   August 19, 2009     KCC     PT119U
     June 4, 2009   ART   186    Deactivation             Digital Photography           3   August 25, 2009    NIACC    ART186
     June 4, 2009   MAT   112    Deactivation       Math for Elementary Teachers I      3   August 25, 2009    NIACC   MATH104
     June 4, 2009   MAT   113    Deactivation      Math for Elementary Teachers II      3   August 25, 2009    NIACC   MATH105
     June 4, 2009   SDV   100    Deactivation            Orientation to College         0   August 25, 2009    NIACC   SDEV100
     June 3, 2009   ESI   014         New                   L1 ELA Writing              2   August 19, 2009     KCC     ESI014
    May 29, 2009    ESI   006         New          L1 ELA Reading and Vocabulary        3   August 19, 2009     KCC     ESI006
    May 29, 2009    ESI   007         New         L1 ELA Listening and Conversation     3   August 19, 2009     KCC     ESI007
    May 29, 2009    ESI   010         New        L1 ELA Phonetics and Pronunciation     3   August 19, 2009     KCC     ESI010
    May 29, 2009    ESI   011         New                  L1 ELA Grammar               4   August 19, 2009     KCC     ESI011

    May 28, 2009    HSC   240       New                    Human Nutrition              3   August 10, 2009    DMACC   HSC240


    May 28, 2009    WTT   103     Addition           Introduction to Wind Energy        3   January 10, 2009   DMACC   WTT103




    May 28, 2009    WTT   114     Addition       Field Training and Project Operation   5   August 10, 2009    DMACC   WTT114



    May 28, 2009    WTT   133     Addition       Wind Turbine Mechanical Systems        3     June 1, 2009     DMACC   WTT133



    May 28, 2009    WTT   216     Addition       Power Generation and Transmission      3   August 10, 2009    DMACC   WTT216
    May 28, 2009    WTT   223     Addition         Airfoils and Composite Repair        3   August 10, 2009    DMACC   WTT223



    May 28, 2009    WTT   225     Addition        Data Acquisition and Assessment       4   August 10, 2009    DMACC   WTT225



    May 28, 2009    WTT   245     Addition          Electrical Practical Application    4   August 10, 2009    DMACC   WTT245
    May 28, 2009    CAD   261      New              Solid Works - Basic Modeling        4   August 20, 2009     EICC   CAD261


    May 28, 2009    CAD   262       New           Solid Works - Advanced Modeling       4   August 20, 2009     EICC   CAD262
    May 28, 2009    CAD   263       New           Solid Works - Assembly Modeling       4   August 20, 2009     EICC   CAD263
    May 28, 2009    CAD   264       New                 Solid Works - Detailing         4   August 20, 2009     EICC   CAD264
    May 28, 2009    CAD   265       New                Solid Works - Sheetmetal         4   August 20, 2009     EICC   CAD265
    May 21, 2009    CRJ   236       New                 Employment Strategies           3                       HCC    CRJ236
    May 21, 2009    AGE   180   Credit Change   Agriculture Mechanics - Horse Science   2   August 10, 2009     KCC    AE515U
    May 21, 2009    IND   116   Credit Change     Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems       2                      ICCC    MEL166
    May 21, 2009    IND   117    Deactivation   Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems Lab     1                      ICCC    MEL167
    May 14, 2009    MUS   180   Credit Change                 Arranging I               2                      SWCC    780:125
    May 14, 2009    MUA   115       New                  Vocal Jazz Workshop            v                      SWCC    MUA115
    May 13, 2009    GRA   244       New               Color for Creatives for PCs       1                      WITCC   GRA244
    May 13, 2009    GRA   304       New                   Photoshop I for PCs           2                      WITCC   GRA304
    May 13, 2009    GRA   305       New                  Photoshop II for PCs           1                      WITCC   GRA305




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    May 13, 2009     MGT    156      New          Project Management for Business Professionals    3                       SWCC    MGT156
    May 13, 2009     AGV    120   Deactivation               Vet Medical Terminology               1     May 12, 2009      WITCC   AGV120
    May 13, 2009     BUS    265   Deactivation                  Risk Management                    3    March 10, 2009     WITCC   BUS265
    May 13, 2009     CRJ    212   Deactivation             Community - Oriented Policing           3    March 10, 2009     WITCC   PSC1239
    May 13, 2009      HIS   201    Addition                        Iowa History                    3     May 12, 2009      WITCC    HIS201


    May 12, 2009     WTT    102       New                  Introduction to Wind Energy             2                       IWCC    WTT102



    May 12, 2009     WTT    110       New                  OSHA Standards and Safety               3                       IWCC    WTT110



    May 12, 2009     WTT    140       New                          Electricity I                   3                       IWCC    WTT140


    May 12, 2009     WTT    142       New                Mechanical Power Transmission             3                       IWCC    WTT142


    May 12, 2009     WTT    150       New                       Industrial Rigging                 2                       IWCC    WTT150


    May 12, 2009     WTT    175        New        Introduction of Programmable Logic Controllers   3                       IWCC    WTT175
    May 12, 2009     HCM    514   Title Change            Event Management Internship I            1                        EICC   HCM514
    May 12, 2009     MAT    139   Title Change           Math for Healthcare Professions           3                        EICC   MAT139



     May 8, 2009     GRA    134         New                   Digital Photography                  3   August 10, 2009     NIACC   GRA134
     May 7, 2009     HCM    328         New           Conversational Spanish for Hospitality       3   August 10, 2009     EICC    HCM328
     May 7, 2009     HCM    310       Addition                   Hospitality Law                   3   August 10, 2009     EICC    HCM310
     May 7, 2009     SUR    523   Credit Change         Surgical Technology Practicum II           9   August 15, 2009      KCC    ST832U
     May 7, 2009     BPT    149    Title Change              Biotech Methods I Lab                 1                       ICCC    BPT149


     May 5, 2009     HSC    100         New         Health Career Exploration and Leadership       3   August 10, 2009     IHCC    HSC100
     May 5, 2009     ECE    946       Addition                        Seminar                      v                        HCC     ECE946
     May 5, 2009     ECE    947         New                          Seminar II                    v                        HCC     ECE947
     May 5, 2009     ADI    357         New                    OB/GYN Sonography                   6                       EICC     ADI357
     May 5, 2009     AGE    230   Credit Change                      Training I                    3    August 15, 2009     KCC     AE503U
     May 5, 2009     DLT    565   Credit Change                      Occlusion                     2    August 15, 2009     KCC     DL565U
     May 5, 2009     SUR    440       Addition     Biomedical Sciences for Surgical Technology     2    August 15, 2009     KCC    SUR440
     May 5, 2009     ACC    500    Deactivation       Accounting for Entrepreneurial Finance       3    August 15, 2009     KCC    AO157T
     May 5, 2009     FIN    123         New                  Entrepreneurial Finance               3    August 15, 2009     KCC     FIN123
     May 5, 2009     HSC    146    Deactivation                  Medication Aide                   2     May 25, 2009      WITCC   AHS1267
     May 5, 2009     HSC    250    Deactivation     Respiratory Care: Principles and Concepts      2   February 25, 2009   WITCC   AHS1272
     May 5, 2009     JOU    115    Deactivation             Introduction to Journalism             3     March 5, 2009     WITCC   ENG1110
     May 5, 2009     NET    431         New                    Basic Linux Security                3   February 25, 2009   WITCC    NET431
     May 5, 2009     PEH    205    Deactivation         Child Health, Safety, and Nutrition        3     March 5, 2009     WITCC   HPE1238
     May 5, 2009     PRL    101       Addition            Paralegal Studies Orientation            3   January 22, 2009    WITCC    PRL101
     May 5, 2009     PRL    131       Addition                  Torts and Litigation               3   January 22, 2009    WITCC    PRL131
     May 5, 2009     PRL    281       Addition                     Legal Ethics                    2   January 22, 2009    WITCC    PRL281
     May 5, 2009     RDG    012    Deactivation                      Reading I                     3     March 5, 2009     WITCC   RDG0020
     May 5, 2009     RDG    016    Deactivation                     Reading II                     3     March 5, 2009     WITCC   RDG0025
     May 5, 2009     RDG    019    Deactivation                     Reading III                    2     March 5, 2009     WITCC   RDG0030
     May 1, 2009     HCM    266    Deactivation                Culinary Mathematics                3      May 1, 2009       KCC    HCM266
     May 1, 2009     HCM    260       Addition                   Hospitality Math                  3    August 15, 2009     KCC    HCM260
     May 1, 2009     GRA    144    Title Change                Photoshop I for Macs                2                       WITCC   GRA144
     May 1, 2009     GRA    146    Title Change               Photoshop II for Macs                1                       WITCC   GRA146
     May 1, 2009     GRA    243    Title Change            Color for Creatives for Macs            1                       WITCC   GRA243



    April 30, 2009   HCM    266        New                    Culinary Mathematics                 3   August 15, 2009     KCC     HCM266
    April 30, 2009   AGE    261   Title Change                   Legs and Hoof                     2   August 15, 2009     KCC     AE504U



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     April 30, 2009   ELE   169      New                          Power Distribution                 4                      EICC     MT280
     April 30, 2009   AGA   170     Addition                    Fertilizer Management                3   August 15, 2009    KCC     AGA170
     April 30, 2009   AGC   420     Addition                     Issues in Agriculture               3   August 15, 2009    KCC     AGA420
     April 30, 2009   MAT   726      New                    Machine Shop Mathematics I               4                      SCC     MAT726
     April 30, 2009   MAT   730      New                    Machine Shop Mathematics II              3                      SCC     MAT730
     April 30, 2009   MFG   109      New                       Vertical/Horizontal Mills             5                      SCC     MFG109
     April 30, 2009   MFG   315      New                             CNC Project                     1                      SCC     MFG315
     April 30, 2009   MFG   258      New                               Lathe Work                    4                      SCC     MFG258
     April 30, 2009   MFG   277      New                   Surface and Cylindrical Grinding          4                      SCC     MFG277
     April 30, 2009   MFG   323      New                          MasterCam Design                   2                      SCC     MFG32




     April 30, 2009   BPT   162       New                    Introduction to Biotechnology           2                      ICCC    BPT162



     April 30, 2009   BPT   163       New                    Introduction to Biotechnology           1                      ICCC    BPT163




     April 30, 2009   BPT   148       New                         Biotech Methods I                  3                      ICCC    BPT148




     April 30, 2009   BPT   149      New                           Biotech Methods II                1                      ICCC     BPT149
     April 30, 2009   GRA   156   Deactivation                 Digital Media Web Tools I                  March 5, 2009     WITCC   GRA156
     April 30, 2009   GRA   254   Deactivation                       Dreamweaver II                  1    March 5, 2009     WITCC   GRA254
     April 30, 2009   GRA   297   Deactivation                        Web Project I                  4    March 5, 2009     WITCC   WEB2240
     April 30, 2009   GRA   298   Deactivation                       Web Project II                  4    March 5, 2009     WITCC   WEB2241
     April 24, 2009   ECE   155   Deactivation                 Curriculum and Activities I           4    March 5, 2009     WITCC   ECD1202
     April 24, 2009   ECE   156   Deactivation                 Curriculum and Activities II          4    March 5, 2009     WITCC   ECD1203
     April 24, 2009   ECE   222   Deactivation           Infant/Toddler/School-age Curriculum        3    March 5, 2009     WITCC   ECD1214
     April 24, 2009   ECE   241   Deactivation               Early Childhood Education Lab           2    March 5, 2009     WITCC   ECD1213
     April 24, 2009   ECE   245   Deactivation                  Guidance and Interaction             4    March 5, 2009     WITCC   ECD1204
     April 24, 2009   ECE   276   Deactivation                    Classroom Teaching                 2    March 5, 2009     WITCC   ECD1800
     April 24, 2009   EGT   116      New                    Continuous Quality Management            3   January 22, 2009   WITCC   EGT116
     April 23, 2009   WEL   110    Addition                   Welding Blueprint Reading              2                      IVCC    WEL110



     April 23, 2009   WEL   112     Addition             Welding Blueprint Reading/Advanced          2                      IVCC    WEL112
     April 23, 2009   WEL   134     Addition                      Cutting Processes                  2                      IVCC    WEL134




     April 23, 2009   WEL   186     Addition                           GMAW                          4                      IVCC    WEL186



     April 23, 2009   WEL   187     Addition                      Advanced GMAW                      4                      IVCC    WEL187



     April 23, 2009   WEL   221       New                      Flux Cored Arc Welding                2                      IVCC    WEL221
     April 23, 2009   WEL   350       New                    Shielded Metal Arc Welding I            3                      IVCC    WEL350



     April 23, 2009   WEL   351       New                    Shielded Metal Arc Welding I            3                      IVCC    WEL351



     April 23, 2009   WEL   352       New                    Shielded Metal Arc Welding I            3                      IVCC    WEL352
     April 23, 2009   NET   264   Credit Change   Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks   4                      NIACC   SRNE201
     April 23, 2009   NET   274   Credit Change         Building Multilayer Switched Networks        4    April 23, 2009    NIACC   SRNE203
     April 23, 2009   NET   284   Credit Change             Optimizing Converged Networks            4    April 23, 2009    NIACC   SRNE204
     April 23, 2009   NET   264    Deactivation   Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks   5    April 23, 2009    EICC     IT217
11/9/201111:00 PM
     April 23, 2009   NET   274    Deactivation         Building Multilayer Switched Networks        5    April 23, 2009    EICC     IT218
     April 23, 2009   NET   284   Deactivation            Optimizing Converged Networks             5    April 23, 2009    EICC     IT219

     April 23, 2009   NET   265      New         Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks   5    April 23, 2009    EICC     IT217

     April 23, 2009   NET   275      New               Building Multilayer Switched Networks        5    April 23, 2009    EICC     IT218

     April 23, 2009   NET   285        New                Optimizing Converged Networks             5    April 23, 2009    EICC      IT219
     April 23, 2009   BCA   139   Deactivation              Introduction to Word Perfect            2    March 5, 2009     WITCC   COA1260
     April 23, 2009   CIS   175      Addition                          Java II                      3    April 2, 2009     WITCC    CIS175
     April 23, 2009   CIS   386        New                       Game Design 101                    3    April 2, 2009     WITCC    CIS386
     April 23, 2009   CIS   387        New                  Game Development Process                3    April 2, 2009     WITCC    CIS387
     April 23, 2009   DAN   131        New                              Ballet                      1    April 2, 2009     WITCC   DAN131
     April 23, 2009   DAN   111        New                        Modern Dance I                    1    April 2, 2009     WITCC   DAN111
     April 23, 2009   DAN   150      Addition           Dance Technique and Fundamentals            1    April 2, 2009     WITCC   DAN150
     April 22, 2009   AGE   169   Title Change             Horse Production Proficiency I           3   August 12, 2009     KCC    AE509U


     April 22, 2009   AGE   172   Title Change             Horse Production Proficiency II          2   August 12, 2009    KCC     AGE172
     April 22, 2009   AGB   930      Addition                    Agriculture Seminar                v     May 18, 2009     SCC     AGB930
     April 22, 2009   HUM   145      Addition                  Language and Society                 3     May 18, 2009     SCC     HUM145
     April 22, 2009   PHI   110      Addition                   Introduction to Logic               3     May 18, 2009     SCC     PHI110
     April 22, 2009   ADI   321        New                    Abdominal Sonography                  5   January 15, 2009   EICC    ADI321



     April 22, 2009   BPT   168      New                       Introduction to OSHA                 1                      IVCC    BPT168
     April 22, 2009   ECE   140   Deactivation         Early Childhood Curriculum Planning          3                      IVCC    CD133
     April 22, 2009   ECE   161   Deactivation        Creative Activities/Materials for the Child   3                      IVCC    CD137




     April 22, 2009   ECE   159     Addition               Early Childhood Curriculum II            3                      IVCC    ECE159




     April 22, 2009   ECE   158     Addition                Early Childhood Curriculum I            3                      IVCC    ECE158


     April 22, 2009   FIN   101    Addition                      Principles of Banking              3                      IVCC    FIN101
     April 22, 2009   FIN   180    Addition                  Introduction to Investments            3                      IVCC    FIN180
     April 22, 2009   MFG   423   Deactivation                      Jig and Fixtures                4                      IVCC     TD031
     April 22, 2009   MFG   425      New                            Jig and Fixtures                6                      IVCC    MFG425
     April 22, 2009   MFG   428   Deactivation                Tool and Forming Cutters              2                      IVCC     TD011
     April 22, 2009   SOC   220    Addition                       Sociology of Aging                3                      IVCC    SOC220



     April 22, 2009   AGE   145      New                      Fundamentals of Riding                3                      IVCC    AGE145



     April 22, 2009   AGE   175        New                          Equitation I                    3                      IVCC    AGE175
     April 16, 2009   MFG   294   Title Change               Manufacturing Processes II             2                      IHCC    MFG294
     April 16, 2009   VRT   140   Title Change                  Blueprint Reading II                2                      IHCC    VRT140
     April 16, 2009   HUM   926      Addition                     Honors Seminar                    v                       HCC    HUM926




     April 15, 2009   EDU   105      New              Community Colleges: History and Mission       2                       NCC    EDU105
     April 15, 2009   CRJ   102   Deactivation             Police Culture and Ethics                3     May 25, 2009      KCC    CJ215T
     April 15, 2009   BCA   205    Addition                 Database/Spreadsheets                   3   January 15, 2010    KCC    BCA205


     April 15, 2009   CAD   184        New                  SolidWorks for Die Design               3   August 15, 2009    DMACC    CAD184
     April 15, 2009   PHS   189        New                  Global Positioning Systems              2                       IHCC    PHS189
     April 15, 2009   EDU   246   Title Change              Including Diverse Learners              3   August 12, 2009    NIACC   EDUC220
     April 14, 2009   ART   134      Addition                       Drawing II                      3   August 12, 2009    NIACC    ART134


     April 14, 2009   ART   123     Addition                         3-D Design                     3   August 12, 2009    NIACC   ART123


     April 14, 2009   PET   135     Addition                      Personal Trainer                  3   August 12, 2009    NIACC   PET135
11/9/201111:00 PM
     April 14, 2009   PEH   191      New                     Sports Nutrition               3     August 12, 2009   NIACC   PEH191



     April 14, 2009   PEA   288     Addition                Weight Training II              2     August 12, 2009   NIACC   PEA288



     April 14, 2009   PEA   188     Addition                Weight Training I               2     August 12, 2009   NIACC   PEA188



     April 14, 2009   PEA   167      New              Lifetime Fitness Assessment           1     August 12, 2009   NIACC   PEA167
     April 14, 2009   PEA   127      New                    Beginning Jogging               1     August 12, 2009   NIACC   PEA127
     April 14, 2009   PEA   113      New              Flatwater and River Canoeing          1     August 12, 2009   NIACC   PEA113
     April 14, 2009   PEA   107      New                 Aerobic Circuit Training           1     August 12, 2009   NIACC   PEA107


     April 14, 2009   MAT   154      New             Math for Elementary Teachers II        4     August 12, 2009   NIACC   MAT154


     April 14, 2009   MAT   153      New              Math for Elementary Teachers I        4     August 12, 2009   NIACC   MAT153


     April 14, 2009   MAP   622        New              Medical Assistant Practicum          6     May 25, 2009     NIACC   MAP622
     April 14, 2009   HSC   105      Addition      Introduction to Health Occupations I      1                       NCC    HSC105
     April 7, 2009    MGT   172   Title Change            Employment Practices               1    August 15, 2009    KCC    AD160U
     April 7, 2009    BUS   182   Reactivation              Introduction to Law              3     April 7, 2009     KCC    LA150T
     April 7, 2009    ART   151      Addition                     Design I                   3                      ICCC    ART151
     April 7, 2009    ART   189        New                    Photography III                3                      ICCC    ART189
     April 7, 2009    ART   191        New                Darkroom Photography               1                      ICCC    ART191
     April 7, 2009    BIO   214        New                   General Biology II              3                       NCC    BIO214
     April 7, 2009    BIO   215        New                General Biology II Lab             1                       NCC    BIO215
     April 7, 2009    AGB   450        New              Stock and Grain Enterprise           3                      NIACC   AGB450
     April 2, 2009    CON   113      Addition            Construction Printreading           2                       SCC    CON113
     April 2, 2009    NET   825   Deactivation           Internet/Web Internship            3.7    July 28, 2009     SCC     CS078
     April 2, 2009    NET   835   Deactivation         Desktop Publishing Internship        3.7    July 28, 2009     SCC     CS077
     April 2, 2009    NET   840   Deactivation           Programming Internship             3.7    July 28, 2009     SCC    CS052B
     April 2, 2009    BIO   112      Addition                General Biology I               4                       SCC    BIO112
     April 2, 2009    BIO   113      Addition                General Biology II              4                       SCC    BIO113
     April 2, 2009    BIO   248      Addition     Introduction to Bioscience Technology      4                       SCC    BIO248
     April 2, 2009    BIO   118   Deactivation              General Biology IC               4     May 14, 2009      SCC     SC116
     April 2, 2009    BIO   119   Deactivation              General Biology IIC              4     May 14, 2009      SCC     SC117
     April 2, 2009    AGB   805   Deactivation              Student Internship I            4.5    May 14, 2009      SCC    AG016B
     April 2, 2009    AGB   815   Deactivation             Student Internship II            4.5    May 14, 2009      SCC    AG029C
     April 2, 2009    AGB   825   Deactivation             Student Internship III           4.5    May 14, 2009      SCC    AG036C

     April 2, 2009    AGB   816      New                       Internship I                 3.7    May 15, 2009     SCC     AGB816

     April 2, 2009    AGB   826      New                       Internship II                3.7    May 15, 2009     SCC     AGB826



      April 2, 2009   FLS   129      New         Spanish Conversation and Cultural Topics    2     May 15, 2009     SCC     FLS129
      April 2, 2009   ACC   272   Deactivation       Accounting Information Systems          4    August 10, 2009   NICC    02:033
      April 2, 2009   ACC   285   Deactivation              Surveying the Audit              4    August 10, 2009   NICC    02:031
      April 2, 2009   ADM   132   Deactivation        Business Math and Calculators          2    August 10, 2009   NICC    72:025
      April 2, 2009   ADN   526   Deactivation    Comprehensive Nursing Care of Adults      12    August 10, 2009   NICC    70:019
      April 2, 2009   AGS   113   Deactivation         Survey of the Animal Industry         3    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:111
      April 2, 2009   AGS   240   Deactivation                 Animal Health                 2    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:055
      April 2, 2009   AGS   300   Deactivation             Livestock Evaluation              1    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:071
      April 2, 2009   AGS   321   Deactivation                Animal Nutrition               4    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:112
      April 2, 2009   AGS   325   Deactivation                 Dairy Nutrition               3    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:068
      April 2, 2009   AGS   328   Deactivation              Parlor Management                1    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:053
      April 2, 2009   AGS   329   Deactivation           Dairy Cattle Management             3    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:054
      April 2, 2009   AGS   332   Deactivation        Dairy: Herd Management Lab I           2    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:061
      April 2, 2009   AGS   333   Deactivation        Dairy: Herd Management Lab II          2    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:062
      April 2, 2009   AGS   336   Deactivation                Dairy Evaluation               2    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:117
      April 2, 2009   AGS   351   Deactivation                Animal Genetics                2    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:045
      April 2, 2009   AGS   445   Deactivation           Livestock Facility Design           1    August 10, 2009   NICC    06:073
      April 2, 2009   BCA   123   Deactivation       Word Processing Fundamentals            2    August 10, 2009   NICC    16:043
      April 2, 2009   CIS   120   Deactivation      Introduction to Programming Logic        2    August 10, 2009   NICC    16:017
      April 2, 2009   CIS   236   Deactivation                Internet: HTML                 1    August 10, 2009   NICC    16:052
      April 2, 2009   CIS   309   Deactivation          Graphic Database Concepts            1    August 10, 2009   NICC    16:035
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      April 2, 2009   CIS   310   Deactivation            Intermediate Database              3    August 10, 2009   NICC    16:116
     April 2, 2009   CIS   402       Deactivation                                 COBOL                         3    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:118
     April 2, 2009   CIS   411       Deactivation                               COBOL II                        2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:124
     April 2, 2009   CIS   523       Deactivation                            Beginning RPG                      3    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:114
     April 2, 2009   CIS   550       Deactivation                             CL Commands                       1    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:084
     April 2, 2009   CIS   595       Deactivation                         MVS/JCL Commands                      1    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:083
     April 2, 2009   CIS   611       Deactivation                        Advanced Visual Basic                  2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:136
     April 2, 2009   CIS   702       Deactivation                              UNIX/LINUX                       1    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:085
     April 2, 2009   CIS   722       Deactivation                          Help Desk Concepts                   2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:040
     April 2, 2009   CIS   723       Deactivation                          Help Desk Concepts                   3    August 10, 2009     NICC    CIS723
     April 2, 2009   CIS   724       Deactivation                           Help Desk Support                   2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:042
     April 2, 2009   CIS   725       Deactivation                   Producing Training and Job Aids             1    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:032
     April 2, 2009   CIS   727       Deactivation            Training and Tech Support Project Seminar          3    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:044
     April 2, 2009   CIS   805       Deactivation               Internet Administration Project Seminar         3    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:081
     April 2, 2009   COS   111       Deactivation                    Cutting and Styling Techniques             2    August 10, 2009     NICC    22:017
     April 2, 2009   COS   113       Deactivation                          Chemical Services I                  2    August 10, 2009     NICC    22:019
     April 2, 2009   COS   115       Deactivation                    Legal Aspects of Cosmetology               2    August 10, 2009     NICC    22:021
     April 2, 2009   COS   117       Deactivation                Comprehensive Cosmetology Review               2    August 10, 2009     NICC    22:023
     April 2, 2009   COS   118       Deactivation                     Practical Cosmetology Skills I            8    August 10, 2009     NICC    22:024
     April 2, 2009   COS   120       Deactivation                    Practical Cosmetology Skills III           6    August 10, 2009     NICC    22:026
     April 2, 2009   COS   122       Deactivation                    Practical Cosmetology Skills V             6    August 10, 2009     NICC    22:028
     April 2, 2009   CRJ   215       Deactivation                            Animal Genetics                    3    August 10, 2009     NICC    23:120
     April 2, 2009   ELT   717       Deactivation                 Automated Processes and Robotics              5    August 10, 2009     NICC    34:037
     April 2, 2009   FIR   115       Deactivation            Making a Difference: The Fire Officer's Role       3    August 10, 2009     NICC    35:023
     April 2, 2009   FIR   125       Deactivation                  Fire Behavior and Building Design            3    August 10, 2009     NICC    35:016
     April 2, 2009   FIR   130       Deactivation                   Fundamentals of Fire Prevention             3    August 10, 2009     NICC    35:020
     April 2, 2009   FIR   150       Deactivation              Fire Detection and Suppression Systems           3    August 10, 2009     NICC    35:021
     April 2, 2009   FIR   180       Deactivation                  Chemistry of Hazardous Materials             3    August 10, 2009     NICC    35:017
     April 2, 2009   FIR   183       Deactivation                  Hazardous Materials Management               3    August 10, 2009     NICC    35:018
     April 2, 2009   FIR   280       Deactivation         Instructional Techniques for Fire Service Training    3    August 10, 2009     NICC    35:022
     April 2, 2009   GRA   120       Deactivation                                Illustrator                    2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:045
     April 2, 2009   GRA   122       Deactivation                       Graphic Illustration Tools              3    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:029
     April 2, 2009   GRA   143       Deactivation                              Photoshop I                      2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:048
     April 2, 2009   GRA   157       Deactivation                        Working with Web Tools                 2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:080
     April 2, 2009   GRA   159       Deactivation                    Working with Web Audio/Video              1.5   August 10, 2009     NICC    16:047
     April 2, 2009   GRA   180       Deactivation                     Graphic Layout and Design I               3    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:019
     April 2, 2009   GRA   181       Deactivation                     Graphic Layout and Design II              3    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:020
     April 2, 2009   GRA   182       Deactivation                     Graphic Layout and Design III             3    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:021
     April 2, 2009   GRA   260       Deactivation                  Issues in Media Communications               2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:089
     April 2, 2009   HSV   850       Deactivation                 Human Services Field Experience I             3    August 10, 2009     NICC    48:801
     April 2, 2009   HSV   851       Deactivation                 Human Services Field Experience II            3    August 10, 2009     NICC    48:802
     April 2, 2009   HSV   852       Deactivation                 Human Services Field Experience III           3    August 10, 2009     NICC    48:803
     April 2, 2009   LGL   110       Deactivation                   Introduction to Paralegal Studies           4    August 10, 2009     NICC    12:116
     April 2, 2009   LGL   150       Deactivation              Legal Assistant - Legal Writing/Research         3    August 10, 2009     NICC    12:118
     April 2, 2009   LGL   190       Deactivation                                 Taxation                      3    August 10, 2009     NICC    12:120
     April 2, 2009   LGL   220       Deactivation                               Mock Trials                     1    August 10, 2009     NICC    12:033
     April 2, 2009   MST   153       Deactivation                         Deep Tissue Massage                   3    August 10, 2009     NICC    22:071
     April 2, 2009   MST   250       Deactivation                  Massage Therapy Practical Skills I          0.5   August 10, 2009     NICC    22:057
     April 2, 2009   NET   115       Deactivation                            Troubleshooting                    2    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:038
     April 2, 2009   NET   134       Deactivation                          Operating Systems                    4    August 10, 2009     NICC    16:030
     April 2, 2009   UTL   205       Deactivation                          Electronic Controls                  4    August 10, 2009     NICC    UTL205




   March 27, 2009    HUM   287         Addition                   Leadership Development Studies               3     January 15, 2010    DMACC   HUM287


    March 27, 2009   CIS   334            New                             PHP/Apache/MySQL                     3      August 15, 2009     KCC     CIS334
    March 25, 2009   ADM   241        Deactivation                       Advanced Office Skills                        May 25, 2009      WITCC   OFS2224
    March 25, 2009   ADM   312            New            Certified Professional Secretary (CPS) Exam Review    3     January 22, 2009    WITCC   ADM312
    March 25, 2009   BIO   110        Deactivation                     Basic Biological Concepts                     January 27, 2009    WITCC    BIO110
    March 25, 2009   EGT   420          Addition                       PLTW - Digital Electronics              3     January 27, 2009    WITCC   EGT420
    March 25, 2009   EGT   450          Addition             PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing          3     January 27, 2009    WITCC   EGT450
    March 25, 2009   ELT   404            New                         Advanced Communications                  4     January 27, 2009    WITCC    ELT404
    March 25, 2009   FLS   181          Addition                    Spanish for Heritage Speaker I             4     January 27, 2009    WITCC    FLS181
    March 25, 2009   FLS   281          Addition                    Spanish for Heritage Speaker II            4     January 27, 2009    WITCC    FLS281
    March 25, 2009   GRA   193        Deactivation                           Design Studio I                   3     January 27, 2009    WITCC   DMP1228
    March 25, 2009   INT   136            New                                    Lighting                      3      January 6, 2009    WITCC    INT136
    March 25, 2009   INT   150            New                            Visual Communications                 3     January 22, 2009    WITCC    INT150
    March 25, 2009   INT   160            New                                    Studio I                      3     January 22, 2009    WITCC    INT160
    March 25, 2009   INT   165            New                                   Studio II                      3     January 22, 2009    WITCC    INT165
    March 25, 2009   INT   340            New                 Compliance in Health, Safety, and Welfare        3     January 22, 2009    WITCC    INT340
    March 25, 2009   MFG   141          Addition               Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing          2     February 12, 2009   WITCC   MFG141
    March 25, 2009   NET   636            New                       Digital Crime and Computer Law             3     January 28, 2009    WITCC    NET636
11/9/201111:00 PM
    March 25, 2009   MGT   182   Title & Credit Change         Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining       1      August 15, 2009     KCC    AD116U
   March 18, 2009    DSL    806    Deactivation            Professional Driver Preparation            6   March 2, 2009      NIACC    DSL806
   March 18, 2009    HCM    205   Credit Change            Dinner and Front of the House              3   March 18, 2009     NIACC   FOOD802


   March 17, 2009    GIS    111     Addition        Introduction to Geographic Information Systems    3   August 25, 2009    EICC    GIS111




   March 13, 2009    EDU    256       New         Teaching with Web 2.0 Tools in the K-12 Classroom   3   August 25, 2009    EICC    EDU256




   March 13, 2009    HIS    216      New                      History of Modern Russia                4   August 25, 2009    DMACC   HIS216
   March 13, 2009    CRJ    110     Addition                      Patrol Procedures                   3   August 25, 2009     IVCC   CRJ110

   March 13, 2009    EGT    182       New                 Engineering Technology Problems             3   August 25, 2009    IVCC    EGT182

   March 13, 2009    EGT    183      New                    Engineering Technology Lab                1   August 25, 2009    IVCC    EGT183
   March 13, 2009    NET    212   Deactivation                  CISCO Networking                      3   August 15, 2009    IVCC    CN180
   March 13, 2009    NET    222   Deactivation                    CISCO Routers                       3   August 25, 2009    IVCC    CN181
   March 13, 2009    NET    232   Deactivation                   CISCO Switches                       3   August 25, 2009    IVCC    CN280
   March 13, 2009    NET    242   Deactivation           CISCO Wide Area Networks (WAN)               3   August 25, 2009    IVCC    CN281



   March 13, 2009    PET    189      New                      Advanced Athletic Training              3   August 25, 2009    IVCC    PET189
   March 13, 2009    CRR    365   Deactivation                     Collision Lab II                   4   August 25, 2009    IHCC    CRR365
   March 13, 2009    CRR    654      New                      Advanced Collision Repair               4   August 25, 2009    IHCC    CRR654




   March 13, 2009    NET    612     Addition              Fundamentals of Network Security            3   August 25, 2009    EICC    NET612
   March 13, 2009    MUS    102     Addition                   Music Fundamentals                     3    March 5, 2009     ILCC    MUS102

   March 13, 2009    AGH    173       New              Landscape Installation and Maintenance         3    March 5, 2009     ILCC    AGH173



   March 13, 2009    LIT    209      New                 Forms of Literature: Film Adaptation         3   August 19, 2009     KCC    LIT209
   March 13, 2009    MFG    203   Deactivation               Manufacturing Processes                  3   March 13, 2009      KCC    DD236U
   March 13, 2009    MFG    202    Addition                  Manufacturing Processes                  2   March 13, 2009      KCC    DD236U
   March 13, 2009    ELT    619   Deactivation                   Microprocessors I                    5   March 13, 2009      KCC    EE275U
   March 13, 2009    ELT    616    Addition                      Microprocessors I                    4   March 13, 2009      KCC    EE275U
   March 13, 2009    ELT    622   Deactivation                   Microprocessors II                   5   March 13, 2009      KCC    EE276U
   March 13, 2009    ELT    621    Addition                      Microprocessors II                   4   March 13, 2009      KCC    EE276U
   March 13, 2009    MAP    616   Deactivation              Medical Assistant Externship              6   March 13, 2009      KCC    ME831U
   March 13, 2009    MAP    618      New                    Medical Assistant Externship              7   March 13, 2009      KCC    ME831U



   March 13, 2009    BIO    180     Addition                      Human Physiology                    4   January 19, 2010    KCC    BIO180
   March 6, 2009     CIS    231      New                          PHP Programming                     3                       HCC    CIS231
   March 6, 2009     CIS    225     Addition          Advanced Server Side Web Programming            3                       HCC    CIS225
   March 6, 2009     AGP    450     Addition                    Fundamentals of GIS                   3                       HCC    AGP450
   March 6, 2009     AGP    333     Addition                  Precision Farming Systems               3                       HCC    AGP333
   March 6, 2009     SOC    200     Addition                   Minority Group Relations               3                       HCC    SOC200
   March 6, 2009      LIT   949     Addition                        Special Topics                    v                       HCC     LIT949
   March 6, 2009     HSC    950      New              Cultural Service Learning Field Experience      v                       HCC    HSC950


    March 4, 2009    CIS    247       New                        Introduction to XML                  3                      DMACC   CIS247

    March 4, 2009    DSL    407       New                        Diesel Fuel Systems                  6                      DMACC   DSL407



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     March 4, 2009   DSL    409       New                         Diesel Electronics                  5                      DMACC   DSL409
    March 4, 2009      END   111      New             Introduction to Electroneurodiagnostics        6     August 25, 2009    DMACC   END111



    March 4, 2009      CRR   307      New         Principles of Industrial and Commercial Coatings   1.5    March 1, 2009     EICC    CRR111




    March 4, 2009      MAT   139     New                Math for Health Care Professionals           3     August 25, 2009    EICC    MAT139
    March 4, 2009      SER   100    Revision          Introduction to Renewable Applications         2     August 25, 2009    EICC    SER100



    March 4, 2009      SER   101      New          Introduction to Sustainable Energy Resources      3       April 5, 2007    ILCC    SER101



    March 4, 2009      LGL   153      New            Legal Assistant - Legal Writing/Research        4                        NICC    LGL153
    March 4, 2009      CRR   365      New                         Collision Lab II                   4                        IHCC    CRR365
    March 4, 2009      CRR   886   Deactivation   Advanced Refinishing II for Automotive Collision   4                        IHCC    CT233V
    March 4, 2009      AGC   201      New                  American Agricultural History             3                        ICCC    AGC201
    March 4, 2009      BUS   294      New               Business Administration Capstone             1                         KCC    BUS294
    March 4, 2009      DEN   110      New                      Dental Terminology                    2                         KCC    DEN110
    March 4, 2009      HSC   148      New                        Medication Aide                     3                        WITCC   HSC148


  February 27, 2009    GRA   761      New                      Dreamweaver Basics                    1      May 25, 2009      NIACC   GRA761


  February 27, 2009    GRA   762      New                          Flash Basics                      1      May 25, 2009      NIACC   GRA762


  February 27, 2009    GRA   763      New                        Fireworks Basics                    1      May 25, 2009      NIACC   GRA763


  February 27, 2009    GRA   764      New                        Illustrator Basics                  1      May 25, 2009      NIACC   GRA764


  February 27, 2009    GRA   765      New                         InDesign Basics                    1      May 25, 2009      NIACC   GRA765


  February 27, 2009    GRA   766      New                        Photoshop Basics                    1      May 25, 2009      NIACC   GRA766



  February 27, 2009    NET   215      New            CISCO Network Security (CCNA Security)          4     January 10, 2010   NIACC   NET215


  February 27, 2009    SDV   199      New                      Orientation to College                1      August 1, 2009    NIACC   SDV199


  February 27, 2009    CIS   153     Addition                     Data Structures                    4     January 10, 2011   NIACC   CIS153



  February 27, 2009    EDU   242   Title Change               Classroom Assessment                   2     August 10, 2009    NIACC   EDUC210


   February 27, 2009   EDU   250   Title Change          Educational Technology and Design           2     August 10, 2009    NIACC   EDUC195
   February 26, 2009   GIS   100        New            Introduction to Geospatial Technologies       3     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS100
   February 26, 2009   PHS   191        New          Introduction to Global Positioning Systems      1     August 25, 2009    IHCC     PHS191
   February 26, 2009   GIS   111        New       Introduction to Geographic Information Systems     3     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS111
   February 26, 2009   GIS   200        New                    Introduction to Cartography           3     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS200
   February 26, 2009   PHS   200        New                          GIS Applications                4     August 25, 2009    IHCC     PHS200
   February 26, 2009   GIS   121        New                     Introduction to Data Bases           3     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS121
   February 26, 2009   GIS   205        New               GIS Data Acquisition and Analysis          3     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS205
   February 26, 2009   GIS   170        New                Introduction to Raster-Based GIS          3     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS170
   February 26, 2009   GIS   180        New                       GIS Tools and Methods              2     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS180
   February 26, 2009   GIS   800        New                          GIS Field Project I             3     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS800
11/9/201111:00 PM
   February 26, 2009   GIS   801        New                         GIS Field Project II             4     August 25, 2009    IHCC     GIS801
  February 26, 2009   GIS   900      New                          GIS Internship                   v   August 25, 2009     IHCC    GIS900
  February 26, 2009   NET   725      New                    Introduction to Networking             3   August 25, 2009     IHCC    NET725
  February 26, 2009   NET   671      New                    Microsoft Exchange Server              2   August 25, 2009     IHCC    NET671
  February 26, 2009   NET   310      New                         Virtual Machines                  3   August 25, 2009     IHCC    NET310
  February 26, 2009   AGM   425      New                Farm Equipment Air Conditioning            4                       ILCC    FM121C
  February 26, 2009   AGM   415   Deactivation          Farm Equipment Air Conditioning            3                       ILCC    FM121C
  February 26, 2009   CRJ   172      New                       Cyber Investigations                3     April 11, 2008    ILCC    CRJ172
  February 26, 2009   DSV   250      New          Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children   3                        KCC    DSV250




  February 26, 2009   HIS   135       New               Modern World Military History              3   August 19, 2009      KCC    HIS135
  February 26, 2009   SOC   270   Credit Change    Social and Behavioral Research Methods          3                        KCC    SOC270




  February 26, 2009   CON   190   Reactivation              Construction Skills Lab                2    August 19, 2009     KCC    CON190
  February 26, 2009   CAD   119    Addition                Computer Aided Drafting I               3   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADT401

  February 26, 2009   CAD   149       New                   Introduction to CAD/CAM                3   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADD401

  February 26, 2009   CAD   162       New                  Introduction to Multimedia              3   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADD410

  February 26, 2009   CAD   240       New               Applied Materials and Processes            3   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADT425



  February 26, 2009   CAD   242       New                   Manufacturing Interfaces               3   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADT431


  February 26, 2009   CAD   246       New                       Parametric CAD I                   3   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADT426


  February 26, 2009   CAD   248       New                      Parametric CAD II                   3   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADT462


  February 26, 2009   CAD   252       New                       Design Project I                   4   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADT461


  February 26, 2009   CAD   254       New                      Design Projects II                  5   February 26, 2009   DMACC   CADT463
  February 26, 2009   HCR   142       New                     Geothermal Systems                   3   January 15, 2010     IHCC   HCR142
  February 26, 2009   SER   122       New                       Photovoltaics I                    3   January 15, 2010     IHCC   SER122
  February 26, 2009   SER   123       New                       Photovoltaics II                   3   January 15, 2010     IHCC   SER123


  February 26, 2009   HSC   227       New               CLA Administrative Procedures              2   August 25, 2009     IHCC    HSC227



  February 26, 2009   MLT   135       New                  Clinical Laboratory Basics I            3   August 25, 2009     IHCC    MLT135

  February 26, 2009   MLT   136       New                 Clinical Laboratory Basics II            3   August 25, 2009     IHCC    MLT136


  February 26, 2009   MLT   137       New                 Clinical Laboratory Basics III           2   August 25, 2009     IHCC    MLT137


  February 26, 2009   MLT   175       New                       CLA Practicum I                    2   August 25, 2009     IHCC    MLT175




  February 26, 2009   MLT   176      New                       CLA Practicum II                    2    August 25, 2009    IHCC    MLT176
  February 26, 2009   ART   110     Addition            Contemporary Art and Issues                3   February 26, 2009   ILCC    AR206A
  February 26, 2009   AUT   851     Addition       Automotive Engine Performance Diagnosis         3   February 26, 2009   ILCC    AM129C

  February 26, 2009   BUS   263       New                    Commercial Insurance                  3   February 4, 2009    ILCC    BUS263


  February 26, 2009   BUS   264      New                      Personal Insurance                   3   February 4, 2009    ILCC    BUS264
  February 26, 2009   BUS   938     Addition              Office On-The-Job-Training               v   February 26, 2009   ILCC    BE125A
  February 26, 2009   BUS   949     Addition                     Special Topics                    v    March 12, 2007     ILCC    BUS949
  February 26, 2009   CAD   946      New                           Seminar                         v   February 26, 2009   ILCC    CD206A

11/9/201111:00 PM
  February 26, 2009    CAS   115      New         Mathematical Analysis of Casino Games    3    January 11, 2008   ILCC   CAS115




  February 26, 2009    CAS   120      New           Casino Management and Marketing        3    January 11, 2008   ILCC   CAS120




  February 26, 2009    CAS   133      New            Casino Surveillance and Security      3   December 14, 2007   ILCC   CAS133




  February 26, 2009    CAS   183      New            Casino Host - Player Development      3      April 5, 2007    ILCC   CAS183



  February 26, 2009    CAS   910      New                   Gaming Internship              v    August 23, 2006    ILCC   CAS910
  February 26, 2009    CAS   932   Deactivation              Game Internship               v   February 26, 2009   ILCC   CAS932



  February 26, 2009    CHM   190      New            Introduction to Forensic Chemistry    4    October 31, 2006   ILCC   CHM190



  February 26, 2009    CIS   146      New         Introduction to Video Game Development   3   November 25, 2008   ILCC   CIS146



  February 26, 2009    CIS   147      New               3D Level Design for Games          3   November 4, 2008    ILCC   CIS147


  February 26, 2009    CIS   148      New          3D Modeling and Character Animation     3   November 4, 2008    ILCC   CIS148
  February 26, 2009    COM   020     Addition             Communication Skills             3   February 26, 2009   ILCC   COM020
  February 26, 2009    CRJ   130     Addition                   Criminal Law               3     July 31, 2007     ILCC   CRJ130
  February 26, 2009    CRJ   133     Addition        Constitutional Criminal Procedure     3     July 31, 2007     ILCC   CRJ133


  February 26, 2009    CRJ   173      New               Intermediate Digital Forensics     3    January 15, 2008   ILCC   CRJ173
  February 26, 2009    CRJ   208     Addition          Introduction to Private Security    3      July 31, 2007    ILCC   CRJ208
  February 26, 2009    CRJ   920      New                      Field Experience            5   February 26, 2009   ILCC   CJ205A
  February 26, 2009    ECE   106     Addition     Child Development Associate Standards    1   November 25, 2008   ILCC   ECE106
  February 26, 2009    ECE   158     Addition            Early Childhood Curriculum I      3      April 30,2008    ILCC   ECE158
  February 26, 2009    ECE   159     Addition           Early Childhood Curriculum II      3      April 30,2008    ILCC   ECE159
  February 26, 2009    ECE   221     Addition       Infant/Toddler Care and Education      3      April 5, 2008    ILCC   ECE221
  February 26, 2009    ECE   262     Addition        Early Childhood Field Experience      3      April 30,2008    ILCC   ECE262
  February 26, 2009    ECE   278     Addition       Early Childhood Field Experience II    3      April 30,2008    ILCC   ECE278
  February 26, 2009    EDU   212     Addition              Educational Foundations         3   February 26, 2009   ILCC   ED136A




  February 26, 2009    EDU   711      New          Microsoft Excel 2003 in the Classroom   1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU711




   February 26, 2009   ECU   712      New          MS PowerPoint 2003 in the Classroom     1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU712
11/9/201111:00 PM
   February 26, 2009   EDU   713      New           Using the Internet in the Classroom    1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU713
  February 26, 2009    EDU   714    New                Guiding Kids on the Internet           1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU714




  February 26, 2009    EDU   715    New             Integrating Technology in the K-5         1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU715




  February 26, 2009    EDU   716    New         Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom   1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU716



  February 26, 2009    EDU   717    New           Solving Classroom Discipline Problems       1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU717




  February 26, 2009    EDU   718    New                Understanding Adolescents              1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU718



  February 26, 2009    EDU   719    New               Survival Kit for New Teachers           1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU719




  February 26, 2009    EDU   720    New               Teaching Science: Grades 4-6            1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU720




  February 26, 2009    EDU   721    New       Enhancing Language Development in Childhood     1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU721



  February 26, 2009    EDU   722    New                     Ready, Set Read!                  1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU722




  February 26, 2009    EDU   723    New                  Big Ideas in Little Books            1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU723


  February 26, 2009    EDU   724    New                  The Creative Classroom               1   February 19, 2008   ILCC   EDU724




  February 26, 2009    ESL   045   Addition                  ESL Reading III                  3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL045


  February 26, 2009    ESL   051   Addition                   ESL Writing III                 3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL051

  February 26, 2009    ESL   065   Addition                  ESL Reading IV                   3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL065


  February 26, 2009    ESL   071   Addition                  ESL Writing IV                   3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL071




  February 26, 2009    ESL   074   Addition            ESL Listening/Speaking IV              3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL074
   February 26, 2009   ESL   087   Addition             ESL Listening/Speaking V              3     April 8, 2008     ILCC   ESL087
   February 26, 2009   GRA   158   Addition                 Web Multimedia                    3     April 14, 2008    ILCC   GRA158
   February 26, 2009   GRA   166   Addition                 Web Animations                    3      May 7, 2008      ILCC   GRA166
11/9/201111:00 PM
   February 26, 2009   GRA   228   Addition                       Flash                       3     April 5, 2008     ILCC   GRA228
  February 26, 2009    HSC   161    New                        Normal Nutrition A                     1                        ILCC   HL119A

  February 26, 2009    HSC   163    New                             Nutrition                         3     August 22, 2007    ILCC   HSC163

  February 26, 2009    HSC   217   Addition                 Introduction to Pathology                 3     October 19, 2007   ILCC   HSC217

  February 26, 2009    MAT   051    New                         Math Strategies                       2     October 31, 2006   ILCC   MAT051
  February 26, 2009    MUS   149   Addition                        Pep Band                           1      March 27, 2008    ILCC   MUS149
  February 26, 2009    MUS   202   Addition                       World Music                         3     October 14, 2008   ILCC   MUS202
  February 26, 2009    MUS   203   Addition                History of American Music                  3     October 14, 2008   ILCC   MUS203
  February 26, 2009    PEA   123   Addition                     Circuit Training                      1       April 5, 2007    ILCC   PEA123
  February 26, 2009    PEA   125   Addition                      Indoor Cycling                       1       April 5, 2007    ILCC   PEA125


  February 26, 2009    PEA   197    New                      Body Sculpt and Tone                     1       April 5, 2007    ILCC   PEA197



  February 26, 2009    PNN   723    New           Dimensions of Practical Nursing Preceptorship       2     October 14, 2008   ILCC   PNN723
  February 26, 2009    POL   201   Addition              The United States Constitution               3       April 3, 2007    ILCC   POL201


  February 25, 2009    ADN   222    New                          Pharmacology                         3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   ADN222

  February 25, 2009    ADN   320    New                      Professional Topics IV                   1     August 15, 2009    IWCC   ADN320


  February 25, 2009    ADN   330    New                       Professional Topics V                   1     August 15, 2009    IWCC   ADN330


  February 25, 2009    DHY   155    New                        Radiology Theory                       2     August 15, 2009    IWCC   DHY155

  February 25, 2009    DHY   156    New                      Radiology Theory Lab                     1.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC   DHY156


  February 25, 2009    EMS   670    New            Foundations of Advanced Emergency Care             2     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS670


  February 25, 2009    EMS   671    New            Paramedic Pharmacology/Pathophysiology             3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS671

  February 25, 2009    EMS   672    New                  Advanced Patient Assessment                  2     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS672

  February 25, 2009    EMS   673    New             Treatment in Advanced Emergency Care              3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS673

  February 25, 2009    EMS   674    New                   Cardiology for the Paramedic                4     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS674

  February 25, 2009    EMS   675    New                      Medical Emergencies I                    3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS675


  February 25, 2009    EMS   676    New                      Medical Emergencies II                   3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS676

  February 25, 2009    EMS   677    New               Special Populations for the Paramedic           4     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS677

  February 25, 2009    EMS   678    New             Traumatic Emergencies for the Paramedic           3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS678


  February 25, 2009    EMS   679    New                    Advanced EMS Operations                    3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS679

  February 25, 2009    EMS   680    New                      Paramedic Internship I                   1.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS680

  February 25, 2009    EMS   681    New                      Paramedic Internship II                  1.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS681

  February 25, 2009    EMS   682    New                      Paramedic Internship III                 1.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS682

  February 25, 2009    EMS   683    New                     Paramedic Internship IV                   1.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS683

  February 25, 2009    EMS   684    New                      Paramedic Internship V                   1.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS684

  February 25, 2009    EMS   685    New                     Paramedic Internship VI                   1.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS685

  February 25, 2009    EMS   686    New                       Paramedic Capstone                      1     August 15, 2009    IWCC   EMS686


  February 25, 2009    MGT   175    New         Introduction to Law for Managers and Supervisors      3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   MGT175


11/9/201111:00 PM
   February 25, 2009   MGT   900    New       Documentation and Evaluation of Experiential Learning   3     August 15, 2009    IWCC   MGT900
  February 25, 2009   MUA   185      New              Applied Music Technology             2     August 15, 2009    IWCC    MUA185


  February 25, 2009   NET   730     Addition     Computer Forensics and Investigation      3     August 15, 2009    IWCC    NET730


  February 25, 2009   PNN   177      New                  Practical Nursing II             4.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC    PNN177


  February 25, 2009   PNN   178      New                  Practical Nursing III            4.5   August 15, 2009    IWCC    PNN178

  February 25, 2009   SUR   530        New        Externship in Surgical Technology        5     August 15, 2009    IWCC    SUR530
  February 25, 2009   CON   114   Title Change         Residential Print Reading           3     August 15, 2009    IWCC    BUL541T
  February 25, 2009   CON   115   Title Change        Commercial Print Reading             3     August 15, 2009    IWCC    BUL544T
  February 25, 2009   EDU   280   Title Change            Educator Internship              1     August 15, 2009    IWCC    EDU270A
  February 25, 2009   PNN   175   Deactivation             Practical Nursing II            5     August 15, 2009    IWCC    PNN175
  February 25, 2009   PNN   176   Deactivation            Practical Nursing III            5     August 15, 2009    IWCC    PNN176
  February 25, 2009   SDV   156   Deactivation    Professional Portfolio Development       3     August 15, 2009    IWCC    APT111A
  February 25, 2009   EDU   281   Deactivation           Educator Internship II            2     August 15, 2009    IWCC    EDU271A
  February 25, 2009   CON   182   Deactivation   Principles of Building Construction III   3     August 15, 2009    IWCC    BUL548T
  February 25, 2009   BUS   182   Deactivation            Introduction to Law              3     August 15, 2009    IWCC    MGT142A
  February 25, 2009   DHY   163   Deactivation                 Radiology                   3     August 15, 2009    IWCC    DHY152T
  February 25, 2009   ADN   321   Deactivation           Professional Topics IV            2     August 15, 2009    IWCC    NUR576T
  February 25, 2009   ADN   221   Deactivation              Pharmacology II                2     August 15, 2009    IWCC    NUR574T




  February 24, 2009   ADN   527      New           Comprehensive Care of Adults I          11                       NICC    ADN527




  February 24, 2009   ADN   528      New           Comprehensive Care of Adults II         1                        NICC    ADN5285

  February 24, 2009   CIS   242      New                 Information Security              3                        NICC    CIS242




  February 24, 2009   GRA   223      New                 Exploring Illustration            2                        NICC    GRA223

  February 24, 2009   HSV   284      New                  Case Management                  3                        NICC    HSV284



  February 24, 2009   LGL   112      New           Introduction to Paralegal Studies       3                        NICC    LGL112


  February 24, 2009   DSL   806      New            Professional Driver Preparation        6      March 2, 2009     NIACC   DSL806


  February 24, 2009   ELT   301      New              Professional Development             1     January 19, 2009   KCC     ELT301



  February 24, 2009   MSE   147      New            Introduction to Marine Service         2      April 11, 2008    ILCC    MSE147




  February 24, 2009   MSE   148      New            Introduction to Marine Detailing       1      April 15, 2008    ILCC    MSE148




  February 24, 2009   MSE   149      New            Introduction to Marine Rigging         2      April 11, 2008    ILCC    MSE149



  February 24, 2009   MSE   150      New                  Shop Management                  3      April 11, 2008    ILCC    MSE150


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  February 24, 2009    MSE   252      New                  Marine Advanced Drivability            3     April 15, 2008    ILCC   MSE252



  February 24, 2009    MSE   286      New                  Marine Advanced Electrical             3     April 15, 2008    ILCC   MSE286


  February 24, 2009    MSE   273      New                Marine Advanced Fuel Systems             3     April 15, 2008    ILCC   MSE273

  February 24, 2009    HSV   901      New                 Substance Abuse Practicum I             v   February 17, 2009   ILCC   HSV901

   February 24, 2009   HSV   902      New                    Substance Abuse Practicum II         v   February 17, 2009   ILCC   HSV902
   February 23, 2009   ART   110    Addition                  Contemporary Art and Issues         3   February 23, 2009   ILCC   AR206A
   February 23, 2009   AUT   851    Addition        Automotive Engine Performance Diagnosis       3   February 23, 2009   ILCC   AM129C
   February 23, 2009   BUS   263      New                         Commercial Insurance            3    February 4, 2009   ILCC   BUS263
   February 23, 2009   BUS   264      New                          Personal Insurance             3    February 4, 2009   ILCC   BUS264
   February 23, 2009   BUS   938    Addition                   Office On-The-Job Training         v   February 23, 2009   ILCC   BE125A
   February 23, 2009   BUS   946    Addition                          Special Topics              v     March 12, 2007    ILCC   BUS949
   February 23, 2009   CAD   946      New                                 Seminar                 v   February 23, 2009   ILCC   CD206A
   February 23, 2009   CAS   115      New             Mathematical Analysis of Casino Games       3    January 11, 2008   ILCC   CAS115
   February 23, 2009   CAS   120      New               Casino Management and Marketing           3    January 11, 2008   ILCC   CAS120
   February 23, 2009   CAS   133      New                 Casino Surveillance and Security        3   December 14, 2007   ILCC   CAS133
   February 23, 2009   CAS   183      New                Casino Host - Player Development         3      April 5, 2007    ILCC   CAS183
   February 23, 2009   CAS   910      New                           Gaming Internship             v    August 23, 2006    ILCC   CAS910
   February 23, 2009   CAS   932   Deactivation                     Gaming Internship             v    August 23, 2006    ILCC   CAS932
   February 23, 2009   CHM   190      New                Introduction to Forensic Chemistry       4    October 31, 2006   ILCC   CHM190
   February 23, 2009   CIS   146      New            Introduction to Video Game Development       3   November 25, 2008   ILCC   CIS146
   February 23, 2009   CIS   147      New                     3D Level Design for Games           3   November 4, 2008    ILCC   CIS147
   February 23, 2009   CIS   148      New              3D Modeling and Character Animation        3   November 4, 2009    ILCC   CIS148
   February 23, 2009   COM   020    Addition                      Communication Skills            3   February 23, 2009   ILCC   COM020
   February 23, 2009   CRJ   130    Addition                           Criminal Law               3      July 31, 2007    ILCC   CRJ130
   February 23, 2009   CRJ   133    Addition              Constitutional Criminal Procedure       3      July 31. 2007    ILCC   CRJ133
   February 23, 2009   CRJ   173      New                    Intermediate Digital Forensics       3    January 15, 2008   ILCC   CRJ173
   February 23, 2009   CRJ   208    Addition                Introduction to Private Security      3      July 31. 2007    ILCC   CRJ208
   February 23, 2009   CRJ   920      New                            Field Experience             v   February 23, 2009   ILCC   CJ205A
   February 23, 2009   ECE   106    Addition          Child Development Associate Standards       1   November 25, 2008   ILCC   ECE106
   February 23, 2009   ECE   158    Addition                  Early Childhood Curriculum I        3     April 30, 2008    ILCC   ECE158
   February 23, 2009   ECE   159    Addition                 Early Childhood Curriculum II        3     April 30, 2008    ILCC   ECE159
   February 23, 2009   ECE   221    Addition             Infant/Toddler Care and Education        3      April 5, 2008    ILCC   ECE221
   February 23, 2009   ECE   262    Addition              Early Childhood Field Experience        3     April 30, 2008    ILCC   ECE262
   February 23, 2009   ECE   278    Addition             Early Childhood Field Experience II      3     April 30, 2008    ILCC   ECE278
   February 23, 2009   EDU   212    Addition                    Educational Foundations           3   February 23, 2009   ILCC   ED136A
   February 23, 2009   EDU   711      New              Microsoft Excel 2003 in the Classroom      1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU711
   February 23, 2009   EDU   712      New              MS PowerPoint 2003 in the Classroom        1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU712
   February 23, 2009   EDU   713      New                Using the Internet in the Classroom      1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU713
   February 23, 2009   EDU   714      New                     Guiding Kids on the Internet        1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU714
   February 23, 2009   EDU   715      New                 Integrating Technology in the K-5       1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU715
   February 23, 2009   EDU   716      New           Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom   1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU716
   February 23, 2009   EDU   717      New             Solving Classroom Discipline Problems       1   December 14, 2007   ILCC   EDU717
   February 23, 2009   EDU   718      New                     Understanding Adolescents           1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU718
   February 23, 2009   EDU   719      New                    Survival Kit for New Teachers        1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU719
   February 23, 2009   EDU   720      New                   Teaching Science: Grades 4-6          1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU720
   February 23, 2009   EDU   721      New         Enhancing Language Development in Childhood     1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU721
   February 23, 2009   EDU   722      New                           Ready, Set Read!              1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU722
   February 23, 2009   EDU   723      New                        Big Ideas in Little Books        1    January 10, 2008   ILCC   EDU723
   February 23, 2009   EDU   724      New                        The Creative Classroom           1   February 19, 2008   ILCC   EDU724
   February 23, 2009   ESL   045    Addition                          ESL Reading III             3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL045
   February 23, 2009   ESL   051    Addition                          ESL Writing III             3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL051
   February 23, 2009   ESL   065    Addition                         ESL Reading IV               3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL065
   February 23, 2009   ESL   071    Addition                          ESL Writing IV              3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL071
   February 23, 2009   ESL   074    Addition                   ESL Listening/Speaking IV          3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL074
   February 23, 2009   ESL   087    Addition                   ESL Listening/Speaking V           3      April 8, 2008    ILCC   ESL087
   February 23, 2009   GRA   158    Addition                         Web Multimedia               3     April 14, 2008    ILCC   GRA158
   February 23, 2009   GRA   166    Addition                         Web Animations               3      May 7, 2008      ILCC   GRA166
   February 23, 2009   GRA   228    Addition                               Flash                  3      April 5, 2008    ILCC   GRA228
   February 23, 2009   HSC   161      New                           Normal Nutrition A            1   February 23, 2009   ILCC   HL119A
   February 23, 2009   HSC   163    Addition                             Nutrition                3    August 22, 2007    ILCC   HSC163
   February 23, 2009   HSC   217    Addition                    Introduction to Pathology         3    October 19, 2007   ILCC   HSC217
   February 23, 2009   MAT   051      New                             Math Strategies             2    October 31, 2006   ILCC   MAT051
   February 23, 2009   MUS   149    Addition                             Pep Band                 1     March 27, 2008    ILCC   MUS149
   February 23, 2009   MUS   202    Addition                           World Music                3    October 14, 2008   ILCC   MUS202
   February 23, 2009   MUS   203    Addition                   History of American Music          3    October 14, 2008   ILCC   MUS203
   February 23, 2009   PEA   123    Addition                          Circuit Training            1      April 5, 2007    ILCC   PEA123
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   February 23, 2009   PEA   125    Addition                          Indoor Cycling              1      April 5, 2007    ILCC   PEA125
  February 23, 2009    PEA   197      New                     Body Sculpt and Tone                  1     April 5, 2007     ILCC    PEA197
  February 23, 2009    PNN   723      New          Dimensions of Practical Nursing Preceptorship    2   October 14, 2008    ILCC    PNN723
  February 23, 2009    POL   201     Addition             The United States Constitution            3     April 3, 2007     ILCC    POL201




  February 17, 2009    EXS   280      New                      Exercise Physiology                  4   August 15, 2009      KCC    EXS280
  February 17, 2009    ADM   254   Deactivation              Business Professionalism               1   August 15, 2009      KCC    OF105U




  February 17, 2009    BUS   180     Addition                     Business Ethics                   3                       ICCC    BUS180



  February 17, 2009    DHY   234      New                   Nutrition/Dental Counseling             1   February 17, 2009   DMACC   DENH241
  February 17, 2009    HSC   182      New                     Advanced Nurse Aide                   3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   NRAO333
  February 17, 2009    HSC   183      New                 CCDI - Dementia Illness Training          1   February 17, 2009   DMACC   NRAO310
  February 17, 2009    ELT   107   Deactivation           Technical Math for Electronics I          3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ELHT313
  February 17, 2009    ELT   126      New                     Industrial Electronics                2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   HTPC360
  February 17, 2009    ELT   131      New                        Motor Controls                     3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   HTPC358
  February 17, 2009    ELT   143      New                           Mechanisms                      3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   HTPC363
  February 17, 2009    ELT   144      New                        Mechanisms Lab                     2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   HTPC364
  February 17, 2009    ELT   172      New                   NEC Commercial/Industrial               3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ELCT410
  February 17, 2009    ELT   173      New                 NEC Commercial/Industrial Lab             4   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ELCT415
  February 17, 2009    ELT   178      New                      Electrical Groundhog                 2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ELCT420
  February 17, 2009    ELT   389      New                    Fabrication Techniques                 3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ELHT318
  February 17, 2009    ELT   474      New                    Communication Systems                  3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST380
  February 17, 2009    ELT   475      New                  Communication Systems Lab                3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST381
  February 17, 2009    ELT   478      New                     Basic Imaging Devices                 3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST378
  February 17, 2009    ELT   479      New                   Basic Imaging Devices Lab               3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST379
  February 17, 2009    ELT   482      New                        Security Systems                   3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST382
  February 17, 2009    ELT   483      New                     Security Systems Lab                  3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST383
  February 17, 2009    ELT   484      New                  Medical Electronics Systems              3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST384
  February 17, 2009    ELT   485      New                 Medical Electronics Systems Lab           3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST385
  February 17, 2009    ELT   643      New                   Process Control Instrument              3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   HTPC355
  February 17, 2009    ELT   644      New                 Process Control Instrument Lab            2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   HTPC357
  February 17, 2009    ELT   652      New                 Computer Repair and Networking            4   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST375
  February 17, 2009    ELT   721      New                            Robotics                       2   February 17, 2009   DMACC    CIM404
  February 17, 2009    ELT   725      New                    Introduction to FMS Cell               2   February 17, 2009   DMACC    CIM413
  February 17, 2009    ELT   781      New                   Electro-Mechanical Systems              2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST376
  February 17, 2009    ELT   782      New                 Electro-Mechanical Systems Lab            2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST377
  February 17, 2009    ELT   816      New                    Systems Troubleshooting                2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST386
  February 17, 2009    ELT   817      New                  Systems Troubleshooting Lab              3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   ESST387
  February 17, 2009    ELT   123     Addition                Programmable Controllers               3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   HTPC359
  February 17, 2009    ELT   932     Addition                       Internship                      v   February 17, 2009   DMACC    EST388
  February 17, 2009    IND   144      New                   Pump Overhaul and Repair                4   February 17, 2009   DMACC    IND144
  February 17, 2009    MFG   171      New                    Manufacturing Welding I                2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   MFGT475
  February 17, 2009    MFG   172      New              Related Weld - Industrial Maintenance        3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   WELD460
  February 17, 2009    MFG   273      New                        Mill Operations II                 2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   TOOL472
  February 17, 2009    MFG   253      New                  Engine Lathe Operations Lab II           3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   MFG253
  February 17, 2009    MFG   274      New                      Mill Operations Lab II               3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   TOOL473
  February 17, 2009    MFG   411      New                     Progressive Die Design                3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   DIEM403
  February 17, 2009    MFG   521      New                    Measuring Devices - SPC                1   February 17, 2009   DMACC   BPQI411
  February 17, 2009    MFG   522      New                Applications of Statistical Methods        3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   BPQI402
   February 17, 2009   MFG   523      New            Controlling Manufacturing Business Costs       2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   BPQI412
   February 17, 2009   MFG   524      New         PM and Diagnosing Mechanical/Electrical Systems   3   February 17, 2009   DMACC   BPQI420
   February 17, 2009   MFG   818      New                          IMT Internship                   5   February 17, 2009   DMACC   MFGT418
   February 17, 2009   CIS   435      New                COBOL on the World Wide Web                3   February 17, 2009   DMACC    CIS435
   February 17, 2009   DTM   350      New                            Health Field                   1   February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS350
   February 17, 2009   DTM   351      New                        Food Preparation                   1   February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS351
   February 17, 2009   DTM   352      New                      Sanitation/Meal Service              2   February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS352
   February 17, 2009   DTM   353      New                        Nutrition Life Cycle               1   February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS353
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   February 17, 2009   DTM   354      New                          Modified Diets                   1   February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS354
  February 17, 2009    DTM   355       New                     Food Production Management                    1     February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS355
  February 17, 2009    DTM   356       New                       Food Service Management                     2     February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS356
  February 17, 2009    DTM   361       New                   Food Preparation Field Experience               1     February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS361
  February 17, 2009    DTM   362       New                Sanitation/Meal Service Field Experience           1     February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS362
  February 17, 2009    DTM   363       New                  Nutrition Life Cycle Field Experience            1     February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS363
  February 17, 2009    DTM   364       New                     Modified Diet/Field Experience                1     February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS364
  February 17, 2009    DTM   365       New                   Food Production Field Experience                1     February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS365
  February 17, 2009    DTM   366       New               Food Service Management Field Experience            1     February 17, 2009   DMACC   DMAS366
  February 17, 2009    NET   653     Addition                    Microsoft Exchange Server                   4     February 17, 2009   DMACC   MCSE340
  February 17, 2009    NET   434       New                     Linux Systems and Certification               3     February 17, 2009   DMACC   ITNA355
  February 17, 2009    NET   435       New                  Linux Programming for Administration             3     February 17, 2009   DMACC   ITNA356
  February 17, 2009    NET   436       New                      Linux Network Programming                    3     February 17, 2009   DMACC   ITNA357
  February 17, 2009    RDG   040       New                     College Preparatory Reading III               3                          HCC    RDG040
  February 17, 2009    SOC   820       New                              Genography                           3                          HCC    SOC820
  February 17, 2009    CIS   750       New                           Project Management                      3                          HCC    CIS750
  February 17, 2009    ECE   103       New                Introduction to Early Childhood Education          3                          HCC    ECE103
  February 17, 2009    ECE   159       New                      Early Childhood Curriculum II                3                          HCC    ECE159
  February 17, 2009    ECE   158       New                      Early Childhood Curriculum I                 3                          HCC    ECE158
  February 17, 2009    ECE   170       New                     Child Growth and Development                  3                          HCC    ECE170
  February 17, 2009    NET   217       New                CCNA Exploration Network Fundamentals              3                          HCC    NET217
  February 17, 2009    NET   218       New                  CCNA Exploration Routing Concepts                3                          HCC    NET218
  February 17, 2009    NET   219       New                CCNA Exploration Switching and Wireless            3                          HCC    NET219
  February 17, 2009    NET   474       New                       Certification Preparation                   1                          HCC    NET474
  February 17, 2009    NET   220       New                 CCNA Exploration Accessing the WAN                3                          HCC    NET220
  February 17, 2009    NET   412       New                      Linux System Administration                  3                          HCC    NET412



  February 13, 2009    SER   111       New                 Introduction to Wind Energy Resources             3       July 30, 2007     ILCC    SER111



  February 13, 2009    SER   121       New                Introduction to Biomass Energy Resources           3       July 31. 2007     ILCC    SER121



  February 13, 2009    SER   201       New               Sustainable Energy Resources Management              3      July 30, 2007     ILCC    SER201
  February 13, 2009    EMS   648   Credit Change   Special Patient Population in Emergency Medical Service    4    February 13, 2009   KCC     EM305U
  February 13, 2009    EMS   649   Credit Change           Trauma and Environmental Emergencies               4    February 13, 2009   KCC     EM307U
  February 13, 2009    EMS   650   Credit Change           Medical and Psychological Emergencies              4    February 13, 2009   KCC     EM308U
  February 13, 2009    PNN   104   Credit Change                           Metrology                          1    February 13, 2009   KCC     HS121U
  February 13, 2009    OTA   100   Credit Change                      Foundations of OT                       4    February 13, 2009   KCC     OT100U
  February 13, 2009    OTA   411   Credit Change              Geriatric Interventions for the OTA            1.5   February 13, 2009   KCC     OT411U



  February 13, 2009    CIS   122       New                     Programming Logic and Design                  3                         NICC    CIS122


  February 13, 2009    CIS   649       New                                PC Clinic                          2                         NICC    CIS6949


  February 13, 2009    GRA   129     Addition                             Illustrator                        3                         NICC    GRA129

  February 13, 2009    GRA   139     Addition                            Photoshop                           3                         NICC    GRA139


  February 13, 2009    GRA   184     Addition                           Design Logic                         2                         NICC    GRA184


  February 13, 2009    GRA   273     Addition                      Advanced Typography                       3                         NICC    GRA273

  February 13, 2009    LGL   115     Addition                  Legal and Medical Terminology                 2                         NICC    LGL115



  February 13, 2009    LGL   191     Addition                     Legal Assistant - Taxation                 2                         NICC    LGL191

  February 13, 2009    NET   103       New                            Troubleshooting                        3                         NICC    NET103


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   February 13, 2009   NET   156     Addition                        Operating Systems                       3                         NICC    NET156
  February 13, 2009    CIS   726      Addition           Help Desk Customer Support            3                         NICC    CIS726
  February 13, 2009    CIS   115   Title Change    Introduction to Large Computer Systems      1                         NICC    16:051
  February 12, 2009    HIS   125        New                     Modern Europe                  3      August 15, 2009    IHCC    HIS125
  February 12, 2009    FIR   185        New             Hazardous Materials Operations         1     February 12, 2009   IVCC    FIR185
  February 12, 2009    FIR   215        New                  EMS First Responder               3     February 12, 2009   IVCC    FIR215
  February 12, 2009    FIR   390        New                   Wildland Firefighting            3     February 12, 2009   IVCC    FIR390
  February 12, 2009    FIR   907        New                 Co-op Field Experience             v     February 12, 2009   IVCC    FIR907




  February 12, 2009    ACC   364      New                   Excel for Accounting                3                        ICCC    ACC364
  February 12, 2009    ACC   363   Deactivation             Excel for Accounting                2                        ICCC    ACC363
  February 12, 2009    CRR   880      New             Spray Coatings Compliance Class          0.5    January 15, 2009   EICC    CRR880
  February 12, 2009    CAD   224      New                   Descriptive Geometry                3       April 5, 2008    ILCC    CAD224
  February 12, 2009    ECE   112      New                  Portfolio Development I              1      April 17, 2008    ILCC    ECE112
  February 12, 2009    ECE   113      New                  Portfolio Development II             1       April 30,2008    ILCC    ECE113
  February 12, 2009    FLS   104    Addition              Spanish for Professionals             2    December 10, 2008   ILCC    FLS104

  February 12, 2009    LGL   152      Addition          Legal Research and Writing II          4      October 20, 2007   ILCC    LGL152
  February 12, 2009    MST   139       New                     Spa Bodywork                    2     November 28, 2007   ILCC    MST139
  February 12, 2009    REC   140       New                        Kayaking                     1       March 6, 2007     ILCC    REC140
  February 12, 2009    PHY   230   Credit Change                UTC Physics                    4     February 12, 2009   ILCC    IT135U
  February 12, 2009    ELT   341   Credit Change              Electric Circuits II             4     February 12, 2009   ILCC    EE165U
  February 12, 2009    MAS   217   Credit Change                Masonry Lab                    7     February 12, 2009   ILCC    CT117U
                                                         Project Management Tools


  February 12, 2009    MGT   124         New                                                   3      January 15, 2010     KCC   MGT124
  February 12, 2009    MGT   155       Addition        Integrated Project Management           3      August 15, 2010      KCC   MGT155
  February 12, 2009    AGE   168   Credit Change           Horse Breeds Selection              3                           KCC    AE508U
  February 12, 2009    WEL   206   Credit Change         Quality Assurance Program             2     February 12, 2009     KCC   MN137U
  February 12, 2009    ELT   852   Credit Change     Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I      5     February 12, 2009     KCC    EE205U
  February 12, 2009    DRF   141   Credit Change            Engineering Drawings               2     February 12, 2009     KCC   DD122U
  February 11, 2009    MAP   520    Title Change   Human Disease and Surgical Procedures       2                         IWCC    SEC768T
  February 11, 2009    BCA   217    Deactivation    Advanced Microsoft Office Applications     4                          ILCC    BS203A
  February 11, 2009    BCA   218         New        Advanced Microsoft Office Applications     3                          ILCC    BS203A
  February 11, 2009    ENG   150       Addition       Fundamentals of English Grammar          3      August 20, 2009      KCC   ENG150
  February 11, 2009    FLF   231    Deactivation                 Intermediate I                3      August 20, 2009      KCC    FO300T
  February 11, 2009    FLF   232    Deactivation                Intermediate II                3      August 20, 2009      KCC    FO310T
  February 11, 2009    FLG   231    Deactivation                 Intermediate I                3      August 20, 2009      KCC    FO340T
  February 11, 2009    FLG   232    Deactivation                Intermediate II                3      August 20, 2009      KCC    FO350T
  February 11, 2009    FLS   231    Deactivation                 Intermediate I                3      August 20, 2009      KCC    FO320T
  February 11, 2009    FLS   232    Deactivation                Intermediate II                3      August 20, 2009      KCC    FO330T
  February 11, 2009    FLF   241       Addition                  Intermediate I                4      August 20, 2009      KCC    FLF241
  February 11, 2009    FLF   242       Addition                 Intermediate II                4      August 20, 2009      KCC    FLF242
  February 11, 2009    FLG   241       Addition                  Intermediate I                4      August 20, 2009      KCC    FLG241
  February 11, 2009    FLG   242       Addition                 Intermediate II                4      August 20, 2009      KCC    FLG242
  February 11, 2009    FLS   241       Addition                  Intermediate I                4      August 20, 2009      KCC    FLS241
  February 11, 2009    FLS   242       Addition                 Intermediate II                4      August 20, 2009      KCC    FLS242
  February 11, 2009    MUA   126         New                    Applied Strings                1     February 11, 2009    EICC   MUSC135
  February 11, 2009    PEV   103         New                 Sports Conditioning I             1      August 15, 2009     IHCC    PEV103
  February 11, 2009    PEV   104         New                Sports Conditioning II             1      August 15, 2009     IHCC    PEV104
  February 11, 2009    PEV   101    Deactivation         Varsity Sports Conditioning           1      August 15, 2009     IHCC    PEV101
  February 11, 2009    DSL   343         New               Diesel Engine Overhaul              5                          IHCC    DSL343
  February 11, 2009    DSL   421         New              Electronic Engine Controls           4                          IHCC    DSL421
  February 11, 2009    DSL   655         New             Technical Power Hydraulics            5                          IHCC    DSL655
  February 11, 2009    DSL   599         New             Brakes, Tires and Alignment           3                          IHCC    DSL599
  February 11, 2009    DSL   344    Deactivation           Diesel Engine Overhaul              4      August 15, 2010     IHCC    DI134V
  February 11, 2009    DSL   423    Deactivation          Electronic Engine Controls           3      August 15, 2010     IHCC    DI145V
  February 11, 2009    DSL   654    Deactivation         Technical Power Hydraulics            4      August 15, 2010     IHCC    DI214V
  February 11, 2009    DSL   600    Deactivation         Brakes, Tires and Alignment           2      August 15, 2010     IHCC    DI215V
  February 11, 2009    DHY   173   Credit Change               Dental Hygiene I                4     February 11, 2009    IHCC    DL881U



  February 11, 2009    CRR   579       New                    Collision Capstone               9       May 27, 2009      NCC     CRR579



   February 10, 2009   HEQ   253      New                  Advanced Job Estimating             2      January 15, 2010   NCC     HEQ253
   February 6, 2009    ECE   159     Addition            Early Childhood Curriculum II         3                         HCC     ECE159
   February 6, PM
11/9/201111:00 2009    ECE   103     Addition      Introduction to Early Childhood Education   3                         HCC     ECE103
   February 6, 2009   ECE    158     Addition               Early Childhood Curriculum I             3                        HCC    ECE158
   February 6, 2009   ECE    170     Addition              Child Growth and Development              3                        HCC    ECE170

   February 5, 2009   FIR    337       New                  Technical Agricultural Rescue            0.5                      NICC   FIR337


   February 5, 2009   RAD    865       New             Magnetic Resonance Imaging Internship         12                       NICC   RAD865


   February 5, 2009   MST    154       New                      Deep Tissue Massage                  2                        NICC   MST154




   February 5, 2009   MST    251       New                Massage Therapy Practical Skills I         1.5                      NICC   MST251

   February 5, 2009   HIT    120     Addition                   Pharmacology for HIT                 1                        NICC   HIT120
   February 5, 2009   HIT    601     Addition                   Medical Transcription                2                        NICC   HIT601


   February 5, 2009   MTR    109        New              Introduction to Medical Transcription       2                        NICC   MTR109
   February 5, 2009   AGS    230        New                   Introduction to Dairy Goats            3                        NICC   AGS230
   February 5, 2009   VIN    190   Title Change                     Vineyard Safety                  1                        NICC   VIN190
   February 5, 2009   VIN    290   Title Change                      Winery Safety                   2                        NICC   VIN290
   February 3, 2009   VRT    140        New                       Technical Graphics                 2     August 20, 2009    IHCC   VRT140
   February 3, 2009   MFG    294        New                         Product Design                   2     January 20, 2009   IHCC   MFG294
   February 3, 2009   EGT    111        New                        Power Technology                  2     January 20, 2009   IHCC   EGT111



   February 3, 2009   ENG    095       New                       Elements of Writing                 3                        IWCC   ENG095




   February 3, 2009   ENG    110       New                    Writing for the Workplace              3                        IWCC   ENG110



   February 3, 2009   RDG    035       New               College Preparatory Reading Level I         3                        IWCC   RDG035



   February 3, 2009   RDG    036       New                College Preparatory Reading Level I        2                        IWCC   RDG036
   February 3, 2009   RDG    037       New                College Preparatory Reading Level I        1                        IWCC   RDG037
   February 3, 2009   ENG    101    Deactivation                   Elements of Writing               3                        IWCC   ENG100A
   February 3, 2009   PRL    118    Deactivation             Computerized Legal Research             1     January 15, 2009    KCC    LA107U
   February 3, 2009   PRL    190    Deactivation                   Criminal Procedure                2     January 25, 2009    KCC    LA117T
   February 3, 2009   BCA    113    Deactivation   Introduction to Data and Network Communication    3     January 15, 2009    KCC    OF147U
   February 3, 2009   CIS    133    Deactivation            Data Communications Concepts             3     January 15, 2009    KCC   DG133U
   February 3, 2009   CIS    138    Deactivation            Introduction to PC Programming           2     January 15, 2009    KCC   DG208U
   February 3, 2009   CIS    524    Deactivation                      Beginning RPG                  4     January 15, 2009    KCC   DG137U
   February 3, 2009   CIS    531    Deactivation                Advanced Interactive RPG             4     January 15, 2009    KCC   DG148U
   February 3, 2009   CIS    552    Deactivation                     CL Programming                  3     January 15, 2009    KCC   DG149U
   February 3, 2009   CIS    573    Deactivation                   I Series Operations               3     January 15, 2009    KCC   DG155U
   February 3, 2009   BUS    182    Deactivation                   Introduction to Law               3     August 15, 2009     KCC    LA150T
   February 3, 2009   BUS    187    Deactivation               Law and Banking Principles            3     August 15, 2009     KCC    LA170T
   February 3, 2009   BUS    189    Deactivation              Law and Banking Applications           3     August 15, 2009     KCC    LA175T
   February 3, 2009   BUS    172    Deactivation               Business Plan Development             1     August 15, 2009     KCC    AD162U
   February 3, 2009   ACC    949      Addition                        Special Topics                 v     January 15, 2009    KCC    ACC949
   February 3, 2009   HCM    161   Credit Change                   Stocks and Sauces                 2       May 15, 2009      KCC   HO152U
   February 3, 2009   MGT    163    Deactivation                Total Quality Management             1     August 15, 2009     KCC    AD112T
   February 3, 2009   MGT    184    Deactivation                  Collective Bargaining              3     August 15, 2009     KCC    AD118U
   February 3, 2009    ITP   103    Deactivation                     Skills Open Lab                 2     January 15, 2009    KCC    SI142T
   February 3, 2009   PSY    928    Deactivation                   Independent Study                 v     January 15, 2009    KCC    PC999T
   February 3, 2009   PSY    125    Deactivation                 Psychology Adjustment               3     January 15, 2009    KCC    PC220T
   February 3, 2009   MMS    235    Deactivation     Practical Reporting/Electronic News Gathering   2     January 15, 2009    KCC    MD105T
   February 3, 2009   SCI    122       New                     Forensic Science Laboratory           1     August 15, 2009     KCC    SCI122


   February 3, 2009   ART    154      New                          Mixed Media                       3                        SCC    ART154
   February 3, 2009   ART    153   Deactivation                Mixed Media Art Studio                3                        SCC    AR130


   February 3, 2009   PRL    185       New                         Immigration Law                   2     August 15, 2009    KCC    PRL185

   February 3, PM
11/9/201111:00 2009   PEH    255     Addition             Principles of Sports Management            3     August 15, 2009    KCC    PEH255
   February 3, 2009   PEH   111    Addition               Personal Wellness             3   August 15, 2009     KCC     PEH111
   February 3, 2009   BIO   177    Addition                Human Anatomy                4   August 15, 2009     KCC     BIO177
   February 3, 2009   CON   172   Deactivation   Building Construction Techniques III   4                      IWCC    BUL560T
   February 3, 2009   FLS   128   Deactivation         Conversational Spanish           3                      IWCC    FGN251A
   February 3, 2009   HCM   281   Deactivation               Cost Control               3                      IWCC    FDT815T
   February 3, 2009   HCM   311   Deactivation          Hospitality Operations          3                      IWCC    FDT841T
   February 3, 2009   HCM   350   Deactivation    Recipe Costing and Menu Pricing       3                      IWCC    FDT813T
   February 3, 2009   HCM   511   Deactivation       Food Technology Internship         v                      IWCC    FDT796T
   February 3, 2009   MMS   230   Deactivation       Advanced Video Production          3                      IWCC    RTV216A
   February 3, 2009   MMS   293   Deactivation             Video Practicum              v                      IWCC    RTV217A
   February 3, 2009   CRJ   259    Addition                Problem Solving              3                       EICC    CRJ259


   February 3, 2009   MUS   109     Addition           Fundamentals of Music            2                      EICC    MUS109




  February 3, 2009    HCR   851     Addition           HVAC-R Industry Safety           2   August 10, 2009    EICC    HCR851
  January 30, 2009    ENV   106      New         Introductory Environmental Science     1   January 15, 2009   IHCC    ENV106

  January 30, 2009    PEH   155      New                Exercise Psychology             3   August 15, 2009    KCC     PEH155




  January 30, 2009    PNN   659      New              Fundamentals of Nursing           8   August 19, 2009    NCC     PNN659



  January 30, 2009    PNN   648      New                 Nursing Concepts I             2   August 19, 2009    NCC     PNN648

  January 30, 2009    PNN   649      New                 Nursing Concepts II            2   January 7, 2010    NCC     PNN649




  January 30, 2009    PNN   660      New                 Practical Nursing IA           6   January 7, 2010    NCC     PNN660




  January 30, 2009    PNN   661      New                 Practical Nursing IB           5   March 15, 2010     NCC     PNN661


  January 25, 2009    PHI   111     Addition              Basic Reasoning               3                      IWCC    PHI111


  January 25, 2009    MMS   930      New               Sports Media Internship          v                      IWCC    MMS930




  January 25, 2009    MMS   297      New                 Video Practicum II             1                      IWCC    MMS297


  January 25, 2009    MMS   300      New               Sports Media Practicum           1                      IWCC    MMS300


  January 24, 2009    MMS   296      New                  Video Practicum I             1                      IWCC    MMS296




  January 15, 2009    MMS   232      New            Advanced Video Production II        3                      IWCC    MMS232




11/9/201111:00 PM
   January 25, 2009   MMS   231    New                 Advanced Video Production I               3                     IWCC   MMS231



   January 25, 2009   MMS   204    New                    New Media Production                   3                     IWCC   MMS204


   January 25, 2009   MMS   146    New              Sports Information and Copywriting           3                     IWCC   MMS146




   January 25, 2009   MMS   134   Addition                    Media Writing                      3                     IWCC   MMS134


   January 25, 2009   MMS   109   Addition                 Sports Production III                 3                     IWCC   MMS109


   January 25, 2009   MMS   108   Addition             Sports Production II - Audio              3                     IWCC   MMS108


   January 25, 2009   MMS   107    New                  Sports Production I - Visual             3                     IWCC   MMS107

   January 25, 2009   LIT   169    New            Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature         3                     IWCC   LIT169


   January 25, 2009   HCM   512   Addition               Culinary Arts Internship                2                     IWCC   HCM512

   January 25, 2009   HCM   343    New               Recipe Costing and Menu Pricing             2                     IWCC   HCM343


   January 25, 2009   HCM   278    New                         Cost Control                      2                     IWCC   HCM278



   January 26, 2009   HCM   245    New         Design and Layout of Food Service Facilities      3                     IWCC   HCM245

   January 25, 2009   HCM   176    New                        World Cuisine                      2                     IWCC   HCM176


   January 25, 2009   ESI   090    New               L5 ELA Culture and Conversation             3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI090


   January 25, 2009   ESI   069    New                    L4 ELA Presentations                   3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI069

   January 25, 2009   ESI   068    New               L4 ELA Reading and Vocabulary               3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI068


   January 25, 2009   ESI   064    New                 L4 ELA Grammar and Usage                  3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI064


   January 25, 2009   ESI   063    New                        L4 ELA Writing                     3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI063


   January 25, 2009   ESI   062    New                 L4 Culture and Conversation               3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI062

   January 25, 2009   ESI   042    New               L3 ELA Reading and Vocabulary               3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI042


   January 25, 2009   ESI   040    New             L3 ELA Phonetics and Pronunciation            3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI040


   January 25, 2009   ESI   039    New       L3 ELA Listening Skills, Conversation and Culture   3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI039

   January 25, 2009   ESI   038    New                       L3 ELA Grammar                      4   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI038


   January 25, 2009   ESI   037    New                        L3 ELA Writing                     2   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI037

   January 25, 2009   ESI   023    New               L2 ELA Reading and Vocabulary               3   August 19, 2009   KCC    ESI023
11/9/201111:00 PM
  January 25, 2009    ESI   021       New          L2 ELA Phonetics and Pronunciation     3      August 19, 2009     KCC    ESI021

  January 25, 2009    ESI   019       New           L2 ELA Listening Skills and Culture   3      August 19, 2009     KCC    ESI019

  January 25, 2009    ESI   018       New                   L2 ELA Grammar                4      August 19, 2009     KCC    ESI016

  January 25, 2009    ESI   016       New                     L2 ELA Writing              2      August 19, 2009     KCC    ESI016


  January 25, 2009    WEL   117    Addition                   General Welding             2       March 1, 2009      EICC   WEL117
  January 22, 2009    MAP   520    Addition         Human Body: Health and Disease        2      January 22, 2009   IWCC    SEC768T
  January 22, 2009    ESI   097   Deactivation            Intensive ESL Reading 5         5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF036D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   094   Deactivation           Intensive ESL Grammar 5          5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF046D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   092   Deactivation         Intensive ESL Composition 5        5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF026D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   091   Deactivation      Intensive ESL Communications 5        5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF056D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   083   Deactivation            Intensive ESL Reading 4         5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF034D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   075   Deactivation           Intensive ESL Grammar 4          5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF044D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   067   Deactivation         Intensive ESL Composition 4        5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF024D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   065   Deactivation      Intensive ESL Communications 4        5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF054D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   055   Deactivation            Intensive ESL Reading 3         5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF032D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   049   Deactivation           Intensive ESL Grammar 3          5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF042D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   043   Deactivation         Intensive ESL Composition 3        5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF022D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   041   Deactivation      Intensive ESL Communications 3        5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF052D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   015   Deactivation       Intensive ESL Communication 2        5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF050D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   017   Deactivation         Intensive ESL Composition 2        5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF020D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   022   Deactivation           Intensive ESL Grammar 2          5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF040D
  January 22, 2009    ESI   029   Deactivation            Intensive ESL Reading 2         5      August 19, 2009     KCC     EF030D




  January 22, 2009    CON   307       New                  Basic Woodworking              3        May 1, 2009       ICCC   CON307
  January 22, 2009    HCM   598   Credit Change      Hotel Front Office Management        3      January 22, 2009   IWCC    MKT600T
  January 22, 2009    ADM   178       New             Administrative Management           2      January 22, 2009   IWCC
  January 22, 2009    ADM   180    Deactivation       Administrative Management           3      January 22, 2009   IWCC    SEC819T
  January 22, 2009    ADM   181       New          Records and Database Management        3      January 22, 2009   IWCC
  January 22, 2009    ADM   175    Deactivation    Records and Database Management        2      January 22, 2009   IWCC    SEC802T
  January 22, 2009    CET   191      Addition                    Statics                  3      January 22, 2009   IWCC    CET726T
  January 15, 2009    HIS   211      Addition            Modern Asian History                    August 20, 2009    IWCC     HIS211
  January 15, 2009    HIS   253      Addition      American Indian History and Culture           August 20, 2009    IWCC     HIS253
  January 15, 2009    HIS   143       New                Latin American History           3      August 20, 2009    IWCC     HIS143
  January 15, 2009    HIS   144       New             History and Cultures of Asia        3      August 20, 2009    IWCC     HIS144



   January 7, 2009    CIS   335      New                   PHP/Apache/MySQL                2     August 26, 2009    IHCC    CIS335
   January 6, 2009    HSC   116    Addition           Beginning Medical Terminology        4      January 1, 2009    HCC    HSC116
   January 6, 2009    HSC   102    Revision         Introduction to Health Occupations    3.5     January 1, 2009   EICC    HSC102
   January 6, 2009    HSC   116   Deactivation      Introduction to Health Occupations    3.5     January 1, 2009   EICC    HSC116
   January 6, 2009    EGR   107      New                  Engineering Academy              6     January 15, 2009   EICC    EGR107
   January 6, 2009    CIS   199      New                            XML                    2                        IHCC    CIS199




   January 6, 2009    CIS   845        New                Quality Assurance               2                         IHCC    CIS845
   January 6, 2009    BUS   932      Addition                  Internship                 v      January 10, 2009    NCC    BUS932
  December 19, 2008   WEL   230        New            Welding Quality Assurance           3      January 19, 2009    KCC    WEL230
  December 19, 2008   WEL   932        New                     Internship                 v      January 19, 2009    KCC    WEL932
  December 19, 2008   CAD   200   Title Change      Computer Aided Design SoftPlan        3      August 19, 2008     KCC    DD131U
  December 19, 2008   CAD   202   Title Change     Computer Aided Design Residential      3      August 19, 2008     KCC    DD128U
  December 19, 2008   CAD   204   Title Change     Computer Aided Design Commercial       6      August 19, 2008     KCC    DD103U
  December 19, 2008   CAD   206   Title Change       Computer Aided Design Project        6      August 19, 2008     KCC    DD104U

  December 18, 2008   CON   333       New           Materials and Construction Theory     5     December 18, 2008   DMACC   BLDG451

  December 18, 2008   CON   334       New                Construction Techniques          7     December 18, 2008   DMACC   BLDG452
  December 18, 2008   CON   336       New         Care and Use of Hand and Power Tools    1     December 18, 2008   DMACC   BLDG453

  December 18, 2008   CON   337       New            Construction Blueprint Reading       1     December 18, 2008   DMACC   BLDG455

  December 18, 2008   CON   338       New                   Materials Takeoff             1     December 18, 2008   DMACC   BLDG456

  December 18, 2008   CON   341       New            Construction Drafting and Design     2     December 18, 2008   DMACC   BLDG462

11/9/201111:00 PM
  December 18, 2008   CON   342       New                      Interior Trim Practices              3   December 18, 2008   DMACC    BLDG464

  December 18, 2008   CON   346       New                  Concrete Systems and Forming             4   December 18, 2008   DMACC    BLDG461

  December 18, 2008   CON   480       New            Construction Procedures and Application I      5   December 18, 2008   DMACC    BLDG480

  December 18, 2008   CON   481       New            Construction Procedures and Application I      5   December 18, 2008   DMACC    BLDG481

  December 18, 2008   CON   482      New             Construction Procedures and Application I      5   December 18, 2008   DMACC    BLDG482
  December 18, 2008   SUR   122     Addition            Introduction to Surgical Technology         4    August 25, 2009     EICC    SUR122
  December 18, 2008   SUR   225     Addition                   Surgical Technology II               4    January 14, 2010    EICC    SUR225
  December 18, 2008   SUR   421     Addition            Surgical Technology Pharmacology            1    January 14, 2010    EICC    SUR421
  December 18, 2008   SUR   520     Addition              Surgical Technology Practicum I           2    January 14, 2010    EICC    SUR520
  December 18, 2008   BIO   181     Addition                   Homeostatic Physiology               3    January 15, 2011    EICC     BIO181
  December 18, 2008   SUR   330      New                  Surgical Technology Specialties           3    August 25, 2010     EICC    SUR330
  December 18, 2008   SUR   524      New             Surgical Technology Advanced Practicum II      9    August 25, 2010     EICC    SUR524
  December 16, 2008   PEH   120     Addition              Principles of Personal Training I         3   December 16, 2008   DMACC     PEH120
  December 16, 2008   PEG   262      New              Wellness Program/Planning/Organization        3   December 16, 2008   DMACC    PHYE149
  December 16, 2008   REL   101     Addition                  Survey of World Religions             3    August 20, 2008     SCC      REL101
  December 16, 2008   EGT   142     Addition                        Fluid Power I                   2      May 1, 2008       SCC     EGT142
  December 16, 2008   EGT   143     Addition                        Fluid Power II                  2      May 1, 2008       SCC     EGT143
  December 16, 2008   ELE   116     Addition                      Blueprint Reading                 1      May 1, 2008       SCC      ELE116
  December 16, 2008   IND   141     Addition                    Power Transmission                  2      May 1, 2008       SCC      IND141
  December 16, 2008   MFG   520     Addition                   Predictive Maintenance               2      May 1, 2008       SCC     MFG520


  December 16, 2008   SRV   110       New                          Survey Drafting                  3   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV310



  December 16, 2008   SRV   120       New                 US Public Lands Survey System             5   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV320




  December 16, 2008   SRV   210       New                 Safety in the Work Environment            1   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV410



  December 16, 2008   SRV   215       New              Introduction to Land Information System      2   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV415


  December 15, 2008   SRV   220       New                       Boundary Surveying                  3   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV420

  December 16, 2008   SRV   225       New                         Surveying Ethics                  2   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV425

  December 16, 2008   SRV   230       New                         Land Subdivision                  3   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV430




  December 16, 2008   SRV   235       New                     Introduction to Geodesy               5   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV435




  December 16, 2008   SRV   240       New                          Boundary Law                     4   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SURV440


  December 16, 2008   SRV   305       New                            Field Coop                     5   December 16, 2008   DMACC    SRV305

  December 12, 2008   CIS   230   Credit Change                 Web Infrastructure                  3   December 12, 2008   SWCC      360:112
  December 11, 2008   HSV   287    Deactivation         Counseling Theories and Techniques          3   December 11, 2008   DMACC    HUMS206


  December 11, 2008   HSV   288       New                 Intervention Theories/Practices II        3    August 25, 2009    DMACC    HUMS206


  December 11, 2008   HSV   811       New            Practicum: Chemical Dependent Counsel I        3    August 25, 2009    DMACC    HUMS213

  December 11, 2008   HSV   812       New            Practicum: Chemical Dependent Counsel II       3    August 25, 2009    DMACC    HUMS214
  December 10, 2008   ELT   432       New                       Telecommunications                  4    January 12, 2007    IWCC     ELT432
  December 10, 2008   ELT   433       New                     Telecommunications Lab                1    January 12, 2007    IWCC     ELT433
  December 10, 2008   AUT   213   Credit Change   Automotive Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Lab   3   December 10, 2008     ILCC   AM216C
11/9/201111:00 PM
  December 10, 2008   BCA   738       New                 Macromedia Fireworks               3    August 25, 2008     SCC    BCA738




  December 10, 2008   IND   103       New                     Machine Shop                   2      May 1, 2008       SCC    IND103



  December 10, 2008   IND   104      New                     Industrial Pumps                1      May 1, 2008        SCC    IND104
  December 10, 2008   GRA   145      New                       Photoshop III                 3                        IHCC   GRA145
  December 10, 2008   DEA   253     Addition                 Dental Science I                4   December 10, 2008   DMACC   DENA302


  December 3, 2008    CRR   932         New                      Internship                  v    August 25, 2008     SCC    CRR932
  December 3, 2008    GRD   415    Title Change                  InDesign I                  3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART415
  December 3, 2008    GRD   424    Title Change         Graphic Design Internship            3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART424
  December 3, 2008    GRD   430    Title Change                 InDesign II                  3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART430
  December 3, 2008    GRD   459    Title Change                   Illustrator                3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART459
  December 3, 2008    GRD   463    Title Change                 Photoshop                    3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART463
  December 3, 2008    GRD   407    Deactivation              Production Art I                3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART407
  December 3, 2008    GRD   425    Deactivation        Graphic Design Internship II          3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART425
  December 3, 2008    GRD   428    Deactivation               Illustration III               3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART428
  December 3, 2008    GRD   436    Deactivation          Portfolio Preparation I             3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART436
  December 3, 2008    GRD   440    Deactivation             Production Art IV                3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART440
  December 3, 2008    GRD   444    Deactivation          Portfolio Preparation II            3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART444
  December 3, 2008    GRD   421   Credit Change          Internship Preparation              3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   CART421


  December 3, 2008    GRD   464       New                     Digital Artistry               3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   GRD464



  December 3, 2008    GRD   470       New                   Interactive Media I              3    August 25, 2009    DMACC   GRD470



  December 3, 2008    GRD   471        New                  Interactive Media II             3    August 25, 2008    DMACC   GRD471
  December 4, 2008    AGS   118   Title Change                Animal Science                 3                        EICC   AGS118
  December 4, 2009    DSL   150   Title Change           Truck Electrical Systems            3                        EICC   DSL150
  December 2, 2008    PEA   146      Addition                Physical Fitness I              1                        EICC   PEA146
  December 2, 2008    PEA   288      Addition                Weight Training II              2                        EICC   PEA288


  December 2, 2008    UTL   204       New                   Electronic Controls              2    August 20, 2009    NICC    UTL204


  November 26, 2008   HIS   142       New                 Middle Eastern Studies             3                       SWCC    HIS142


  November 26, 2008   HSV   130       New         Interviewing/Interpretation Relationship   3   November 26, 2008   DMACC   HUMS102

  November 26, 2008   HSV   135       New                    Women's Issues                  3   November 26, 2008   DMACC   HUMS211


  November 26, 2008   HSV   230       New                Community Organization              3   November 26, 2008   DMACC   HUMS104


  November 26, 2008   HSV   286       New            Intervention Theories/Practices I       3   November 26, 2008   DMACC   HUMS205


  November 26, 2008   HSV   287       New         Counseling Theories and Techniques         3   November 26, 2008   DMACC   HUMS206


  November 26, 2008   HSV   802       New                      Internship                    3   November 26, 2008   DMACC   HUMS208
  November 25, 2008   PEA   191      Addition                    Pilates                     1    August 25, 2009     EICC    PEA191
  November 25, 2008   AGF   164   Credit Change             Event Planning III               3   November 25, 2008    KCC     AGF164

  November 21, 2008   HCM   335       New             Introduction to Event Planning         3    August 25, 2009    EICC    HCM335


  November 21, 2008   HCM   514       New             Event Management Internship            1    August 25, 2009    EICC    HCM514
11/9/201111:00 PM
  November 21, 2008   HCM   515      New                 Event Management Internship II           1      August 25, 2009    EICC    HCM515


  November 21, 2008   HCM   516      New                 Event Management Internship III          2.5    August 25, 2009    EICC    HCM516
  November 20, 2008   ADM   197   Deactivation                  Legal Office Ethics                1     January 19, 2009    KCC    OF134U
  November 20, 2008   ADM   206   Deactivation             Legal Document Formatting               3     January 19, 2009    KCC    OF124U
  November 20, 2008   ADM   207   Deactivation         Legal Transcription and Terminology         3     January 19, 2009    KCC    OF123U
  November 20, 2008   ADM   209   Deactivation            Legal Machine Transcription              2     January 19, 2009    KCC    OF122U
  November 20, 2008   ADM   211   Deactivation               Legal Office Applications             3     January 19, 2009    KCC    OF121U
  November 18, 2008   CRJ   221    Addition                    Probation and Parole                3                        EICC    CRJ221
  November 18, 2008   CRR   814      New         Advanced Spray Techniques and Surface Coatings    1     January 14, 2009   EICC    CRR814
  November 18, 2008   AGV   159      New                         Surgical Nursing                  3     August 25, 2009    EICC    AGV159
  November 18, 2008   AGV   140    Addition                 Veterinary Pharmacology                3     August 25, 2009    EICC    AGV140
  November 18, 2008   AGV   134    Addition                    Clinical Pathology II               3     August 25, 2009    EICC    AGV134
  November 18, 2008   AGV   127    Addition              Animal Anatomy and Physiology             4     August 25, 2009    EICC    AGV127
  November 18, 2008   AGV   132    Addition                   Clinical Technology III              3     August 25, 2009    EICC    AGV132
  November 18, 2008   AGV   170      New                    Veterinary Anesthesiology              3     January 14, 2009   EICC    AGV170
  November 18, 2008   AGV   146    Addition                   Large Animal Nursing                 3     January 14, 2009   EICC    AGV146
  November 18, 2008   AGV   932    Addition                         Internship                     v     January 14, 2009   EICC    AGV932
  November 18, 2008   VIN   115      New                 Summer Viticulture Technology             3    November 17, 2008   IHCC    VIN115


  November 18, 2008   GRT   400      New                 Introduction to Printing Methods         4     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT400

  November 18, 2008   GRT   401      New              Introduction to Graphic Communication       3     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT401


  November 18, 2008   GRT   406      New                       Digital Publishing I               3     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT406

  November 18, 2008   GRT   409      New                Project Planning and Management           3     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT409


  November 18, 2008   GRT   410      New                        Printing Methods I                4     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT410




  November 18, 2008   GRT   415      New                         Digital Imaging I                4      August 25, 2009    DMACC   GRT415



  November 18, 2008   GRT   416      New                       Digital Publishing II              3     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT416


  November 18, 2008   GRT   420      New                   Advanced Printing Methods              4     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT420




  November 18, 2008   GRT   421      New                      Electronic Prepress I               4     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT421


  November 18, 2008   GRT   424      New                        Digital Imaging II                4      August 25, 2009    DMACC   GRT424



  November 18, 2008   GRT   425      New                    Electronic Image Control              4     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT425




  November 18, 2008   GRT   426      New                       Digital Publishing III             4     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT426


  November 18, 2008   GRT   427      New                   Specialty Printing Methods             4     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT427




  November 18, 2008   GRT   430      New                     Emerging Technologies                4      August 25, 2009    DMACC   GRT430


  November 18, 2008   GRT   431      New                      Electronic Prepress II              4     November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT431

11/9/201111:00 PM
  November 18, 2008   GRT   453      New                  Printing Methods Capstone                 4   November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT453



  November 18, 2008   GRT   455      New                  Digital Publishing Capstone               4   November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT455


  November 18, 2008   GRT   932      New                           Internship                       v   November 18, 2008   DMACC   GRT932
  November 14, 2008   FLK   241      New                      Intermediate Greek I                  4                        ICCC    FLK241
  November 14, 2008   FLK   242      New                     Intermediate Greek II                  4                        ICCC    FLK242
  November 12, 2008   FLK   141      New                     Greek - Elementary I                   4                        ICCC    FLK141
  November 12, 2008   FLK   142      New                     Greek - Elementary II                  4                        ICCC    FLK142
  November 12, 2008   JOU   165      New                    Principles of Advertising               3   November 12, 2008   DMACC    JOU165
  November 12, 2008   COM   710   Deactivation               Basic Communication                    3   November 12, 2008   DMACC   ENGL410


  November 12, 2008   COM   703      New                    Communication Skills                    3   November 12, 2008   DMACC   ENGL410
  November 12, 2008   JOU   121     Addition              Newswriting and Reporting                 3   November 12, 2008   DMACC   JNAD121
  November 12, 2008   JOU   928     Addition                 Independent Study                      v   November 12, 2008   DMACC   JNAD198



  November 12, 2008   JOU   163        New               Advanced Reporting: Politics               3   November 12, 2008   DMACC   JNAD127
  November 11, 2008   SER   108   Title Change     Inverters, Chargers and Storage Devices          3    August 25, 2009     EICC    SER108
  November 11, 2008   CRR   851   Deactivation           Custom Painting and Airbrush               2   September 3, 2008    ICCC   CRR851
  November 11, 2008   MUA   119      Addition                    Class Piano                        1                         HCC   MUA119
  November 7, 2008    CRR   852        New               Custom Painting and Airbrush               3   September 3, 2009    ICCC   CRR852
  November 7, 2008    WEL   293   Deactivation          Pipe Welding/SMAW-Downhill                  3     June 1, 2009        SCC   WEL293




  November 7, 2008    HSV   133     Addition                   Conflict Resolution                  3     May 18, 2009       SCC    HSV133



  November 7, 2008    ELE   127     Addition                    Troubleshooting                     1    January 5, 2009     SCC    ELE127


  November 7, 2008    ELE   195     Addition                     Motor Controls                     3    January 5, 2009     SCC    ELE195



  November 7, 2008    ELE   310      New                      Industrial Electricity                2    January 5, 2009     SCC    ELE310



  November 7, 2008    ELT   132      New                          Motor Drives                      1    January 5, 2009     SCC    ELT132




  November 7, 2008    ELT   176     Addition                    Instrumentation                     3    January 5, 2009     SCC    ELT176



  November 7, 2008    ELT   249      New               Programmable Logic Controllers               2    January 5, 2009     SCC    ELT249



  November 7, 2008    ELT   295      New                     AC/DC Fundamentals                     2    January 5, 2009     SCC    ELT295


  November 7, 2008    MFG   186     Addition                      Plant Safety                      1    January 5, 2009     SCC    MFG186



  November 5, 2008    AGH   282   Title Change   Pesticide Application Certificate - Horticulture   1    January 19, 2009    KCC    AE631U
  November 5, 2008    MUS   202      Addition                    World Music                        3    January 12, 2008   DMACC   MUS202


   November 5, 2008   SER   101      New         Introduction to Renewable Energy Applications      2    August 25, 2009    EICC    SER101
11/9/201111:00 PM
  November 5, 2008   SER   102      New               History of Power Generation          3      August 25, 2009    EICC    SER102




  November 5, 2008   SER   103      New           Renewable Energy Site Assessment         3      August 25, 2009    EICC    SER103




  November 5, 2008   SER   104      New               Small Wind Power Systems             3      August 25, 2009    EICC    SER104



  November 5, 2008   SER   105      New               Small Wind Tower Systems             3      August 25, 2009    EICC    SER105


  November 5, 2008   SER   108      New                    Balance of System               3      August 25, 2009    EICC    SER108


  November 5, 2008   SER   109      New               Monitoring and Maintenance           3      August 25, 2009    EICC    SER109


  October 30, 2008   SDV   197      New                     SAC Experience                 v      August 25, 2009    DMACC   SDV197




  October 30, 2008   CRJ   128      New                       Victimology                  3      August 25, 2009    DMACC   CRJ128
  October 30, 2008   AGA   283    Addition          Pesticide Application Certificate      2      January 19, 2009    KCC    AGA283
  October 30, 2008   AGA   880    Addition            Forage Crop Management               3      January 19, 2009    KCC    AGA880
  October 28, 2008   RAD   400   Deactivation         Radiographic Terminology             2      August 22, 2007     NICC    84:019
  October 28, 2008   POL   145      New              Introduction to Public Policy         3      August 19, 2009     KCC    POL145


  October 28, 2008   ELT   791      New               Hydraulics and Pneumatics            3      August 25, 2008    DMACC   ELT791


  October 28, 2008   ELT   792      New             Hydraulics and Pneumatics Lab          2      August 25, 2008    DMACC   ELT792



  October 28, 2008   ELT   793      New                 Advanced Fluid Power               3      August 25, 2009    DMACC    ELT793
  October 28, 2008   AUT   844   Deactivation    Automotive Electronic Engine Controls     6      August 25, 2009    DMACC   AUTO476



  October 28, 2008   AUT   842     Addition     Automotive Computerized Engine Controls    4      August 25, 2009    DMACC   AUT842

  October 24, 2008   ACC   250      New                Review for the LPA Exam             3      January 12, 2009    HCC    ACC250
  October 24, 2008   RCP   756   Deactivation          Respiratory Care Clinic II          3        May 31, 2009      SCC    RCP756

  October 24, 2008   RCP   757      New                 Respiratory Care Clinic II         2.5     May 31, 2009       SCC    RCP757
  October 24, 2008   COS   140   Deactivation     Cosmetology Technical Information I       5     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO010B
  October 24, 2008   COS   141   Deactivation      Business and Personal Relations I        2     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO015B
  October 24, 2008   COS   142   Deactivation       Applied Science of Cosmetology I        3     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO016A
  October 24, 2008   COS   143   Deactivation      Applied Science of Cosmetology IA        6     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO017
  October 24, 2008   COS   144   Deactivation     Cosmetology Technical Information II      5     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO020B
  October 24, 2008   COS   145   Deactivation      Business and Personal Relations II       2     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO025B
  October 24, 2008   COS   146   Deactivation      Applied Science of Cosmetology II        3     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO026A
  October 24, 2008   COS   147   Deactivation     Applied Science of Cosmetology IIA        6     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO027
  October 24, 2008   COS   148   Deactivation    Cosmetology Technical Information III      5     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO030B
  October 24, 2008   COS   149   Deactivation    Business and Professional Relations III    2     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO035B
  October 24, 2008   COS   150   Deactivation      Applied Science of Cosmetology III       3     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO036A
  October 24, 2008   COS   151   Deactivation     Applied Science of Cosmetology IIIA       6     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO037
  October 24, 2008   COS   152   Deactivation    Cosmetology Technical Information IV       7     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO040B
  October 24, 2008   COS   153   Deactivation      Applied Science of Cosmetology IV        3     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO046A
  October 24, 2008   COS   154   Deactivation     Applied Science of Cosmetology IVA        6     August 20, 2008     SCC    CO047
  October 24, 2008   HSC   176   Deactivation                  Nurse Aide                  4.3   December 17, 2008    SCC     HS030



11/9/201111:00 PM
   October 24, 2008   HSC   172     Addition                     Nurse Aide                   3   January 5, 2009     SCC    HSC172



   October 24, 2008   DRA   254      New                    Theatre Production II                                    ICCC    DRA254



   October 23, 2008   ART   190      New                   History of Photography             3   August 25, 2009    DMACC   ART190
   October 23, 2008   RCP   600   Deactivation      Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory Therapy    3   August 25, 2009    DMACC   RESP325



   October 23, 2008   RCP   601      New            Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory Therapy    4   August 25, 2009    DMACC   RCP601



   October 23, 2008   HIT   237      New                      Medical Coding I                3                      ICCC    HIT237



   October 23, 2008   HIT   239      New                        Medical Coding II             3                      ICCC    HIT239
   October 22, 2008   BIO   440   Deactivation                  Forensic Science              3   January 19, 2009    KCC    BIO440
   October 22, 2008   SCI   120      New                        Forensic Science              3   January 19, 2009    KCC    SCI120
   October 22, 2008   GRA   215      New                         Web Studio III                                      WITCC   GRA215
   October 22, 2008   AGV   953      New                 Veterinary Work Experience           v   January 14, 2009   EICC    AGV953
   October 22, 2008   AGV   803   Deactivation         Veterinary Assistant Internship        1   January 14, 2009   EICC    AGV803
   October 17, 2008   GLS   205      New                   Topics in Global Studies           3   January 14, 2009   EICC    GLS205
   October 16, 2008   GIS   110      New          Survey of Geographic Information Systems    3   January 19, 2009    KCC    NET695
   October 16, 2008   GIS   112      New                    Introduction to ArcGIS            3   January 19, 2009    KCC    GIS112
   October 16, 2008   GIS   120      New                 Geospatial Data Collection           3   January 19, 2009    KCC    GIS120
   October 16, 2008   GIS   122      New                       Governmental GIS               3   January 19, 2009    KCC    CIS760
   October 16, 2008   GIS   130      New                        Remote Sensing                3   January 19, 2009    KCC    GIS130
   October 16, 2008   GIS   210      New                Mapping for Decision Making           3   January 19, 2009    KCC    CIS765
   October 16, 2008   GIS   212      New                    Managing GIS Projects             3   January 19, 2009    KCC    CIS328
   October 16, 2008   GIS   214      New                  Internet Mapping Services           3   January 19, 2009    KCC    GIS214
   October 16, 2008   GIS   220      New                         GIS Field Study              3   January 19, 2009    KCC    GIS220
   October 16, 2008   GIS   240      New                          GIS Projects                v   January 19, 2009    KCC    GIS240
   October 16, 2008   GIS   949      New                     Special Topics in GIS            v   January 19, 2009    KCC    GIS949
   October 15, 2008   PEH   143      New            Kinesiology and Anatomical Function       3   January 12, 2009   NIACC   PEH143
   October 15, 2008   EGT   400    Addition       PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design   3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGT400
   October 15, 2008   EGT   410    Addition           PLTW - Principles of Engineering        3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGT410
   October 15, 2008   EGT   420    Addition              PLTW - Digital Electronics           3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGT420
   October 15, 2008   EGT   430    Addition            PLTW - Aerospace Engineering           3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGT430
   October 15, 2008   EGT   440    Addition           PLTW - Biotechnical Engineering         3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGT440
   October 15, 2008   EGT   450    Addition       PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing    3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGT450
   October 15, 2008   EGT   460    Addition       PLTW - Civil Engineering and Architecture   3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGT460
   October 15, 2008   EGR   400    Addition       PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design   3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGR400
   October 15, 2008   EGR   410    Addition           PLTW - Principles of Engineering        3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGR410
   October 15, 2008   EGR   420    Addition              PLTW - Digital Electronics           3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGR420
   October 15, 2008   EGR   430    Addition            PLTW - Aerospace Engineering           3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGR430
   October 15, 2008   EGR   440    Addition           PLTW - Biotechnical Engineering         3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGR440
   October 15, 2008   EGR   450    Addition       PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing    3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGR450
   October 15, 2008   EGR   460    Addition       PLTW - Civil Engineering and Architecture   3   January 14, 2009   EICC    EGR460
   October 15, 2008   FLS   116      New             Spanish for Professionals: Business      3                       NCC    FLS116
   October 15, 2008   EGT   400    Addition       PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design   3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGT400
   October 15, 2008   EGT   410    Addition           PLTW - Principles of Engineering        3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGT410
   October 15, 2008   EGT   420    Addition              PLTW - Digital Electronics           3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGT420
   October 15, 2008   EGT   430    Addition            PLTW - Aerospace Engineering           3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGT430
   October 15, 2008   EGT   440    Addition           PLTW - Biotechnical Engineering         3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGT440
   October 15, 2008   EGT   450    Addition       PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing    3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGT450
   October 15, 2008   EGT   460    Addition       PLTW - Civil Engineering and Architecture   3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGT460
   October 15, 2008   EGT   470    Addition      PLTW - Engineering Design and Development    3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGT470
   October 15, 2008   EGR   400    Addition       PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design   3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGR400
   October 15, 2008   EGR   410    Addition           PLTW - Principles of Engineering        3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGR410
   October 15, 2008   EGR   420    Addition              PLTW - Digital Electronics           3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGR420
   October 15, 2008   EGR   430    Addition            PLTW - Aerospace Engineering           3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGR430
   October 15, 2008   EGR   440    Addition           PLTW - Biotechnical Engineering         3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGR440
   October 15, 2008   EGR   450    Addition       PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing    3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGR450
   October 15, 2008   EGR   460    Addition       PLTW - Civil Engineering and Architecture   3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGR460
   October 15, 2008   EGR   470    Addition      PLTW - Engineering Design and Development    3   January 12, 2009    HCC    EGR470
   October 15, 2008   EMS   852      New                      Iowa EMS Instructor             2                      IHCC    EMS852
    October 8, PM
11/9/201111:002008    CIS   229      New                         Web Strategies               3                      WITCC   CIS229
   October 8, 2008   CPC   120      New             Introduction to Medical Procedural Coding       4.5   January 5, 2009     SCC    CPC120


   October 8, 2008   CPC   130      New                  Medical Insurance and Billing I            3     January 5, 2009     SCC    CPC130




   October 8, 2008   CPC   150      New                    Medical Procedural Coding                3     January 5, 2009     SCC    CPC150

   October 8, 2008   CPC   160      New                 Applications of Procedural Coding           2     January 5, 2009     SCC    CPC160




   October 8, 2008   CPC   131      New                  Medical Insurance and Billing II           3     January 5, 2009     SCC    CPC131


   October 8, 2008   CPC   810      New               Medical Coding and Billing Externship         2.5   January 5, 2009     SCC    CPC810

   October 8, 2008   CPC   945      New                             Seminar                          v    January 5, 2009     SCC    CPC945
   October 8, 2008   FLG   928     Addition                    Independent Study                     v                       ICCC    FLG928
   October 7, 2008   ADI   262      New             Sectional Anatomy for Diagnostic Imaging         3     August 1, 2006    EICC    RDT262
   October 7, 2008   ADI   301      New             Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation I         2     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS250
   October 7, 2008   ADI   305      New             Advanced Physics and Instrumentation 2           2     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS284
   October 7, 2008   ADI   310      New                 CT Principles and Instrumentation            3     August 1, 2006    EICC    RDT250
   October 7, 2008   ADI   313      New                 MRI Physics and Instrumentation              4     August 1, 2006    EICC    MRI250
   October 7, 2008   ADI   320      New                      Abdominal Sonography                   4.5    August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS252
   October 7, 2008   ADI   325      New         Abdominal Sonography 2 and Superficial Structures    4     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS264
   October 7, 2008   ADI   330      New                       Sonography Critique                    2     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS274
   October 7, 2008   ADI   335      New                       OB/GYN Sonography                      4     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS262
   October 7, 2008   ADI   349      New                       Vascular Technology                    4     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS282
   October 7, 2008   ADI   350      New             Physics of Nuclear Medicine Technology           2     August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT250
   October 7, 2008   ADI   353      New                Nuclear Medicine Instrumentation I            2     August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT254
   October 7, 2008   ADI   355      New                Nuclear Medicine Instrumentation II           2     August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT264
   October 7, 2008   ADI   360      New                        Radiopharmacology                    2.5    August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT260
   October 7, 2008   ADI   400      New                Computed Tomography Procedures                4     August 1, 2006    EICC    RDT252
   October 7, 2008   ADI   405      New                     MRI Imaging Procedures                   5     August 1, 2006    EICC    MRI252
   October 7, 2008   ADI   410      New                  Nuclear Medicine Procedures I               3     August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT252
   October 7, 2008   ADI   413      New                  Nuclear Medicine Procedures II              3     August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT262
                                                    Advanced Nuclear Medicine Procedures
   October 7, 2008   ADI   416      New                          and Techniques                     4.5    August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT272
   October 7, 2008   ADI   800      New                     Sonography Practicum I                   5     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS285
   October 7, 2008   ADI   803      New                           CT Practicum                       6     August 1, 2006    EICC    RDT255
   October 7, 2008   ADI   805      New                     Sonography Practicum II                  6     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS265
   October 7, 2008   ADI   809      New                          MRI Practicum                       6     August 1, 2006    EICC    MRI255
   October 7, 2008   ADI   811      New                  Sonography Summer Practicum                 5     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS275
   October 7, 2008   ADI   815      New                   Nuclear Medicine Practicum I               5     August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT255
   October 7, 2008   ADI   817      New                     Sonography Practicum III                 6     August 1, 2006    EICC    DMS285
   October 7, 2008   ADI   820      New                   Nuclear Medicine Practicum III             5     August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT265
   October 7, 2008   ADI   825      New                   Nuclear Medicine Practicum III             5     August 1, 2006    EICC    NMT275
   October 3, 2008   MUS   122   Deactivation                    Music Theory I                      4    August 25, 2009    NIACC   MUSI121
   October 3, 2008   MUS   123   Deactivation                    Music Theory II                     4    August 25, 2009    NIACC   MUSI122
   October 3, 2008   MUS   222   Deactivation                    Music Theory III                    4    August 25, 2009    NIACC   MUSI221
   October 3, 2008   MUS   223   Deactivation                    Music Theory IV                     4    August 25, 2009    NIACC   MUSI222
   October 3, 2008   HIT   236      New                    Medical Procedural Coding                 3    January 14, 2009    SCC     HIT236
   October 3, 2008   HIT   243      New                 Application of Procedural Coding             2    January 14, 2009    SCC     HIT243
   October 3, 2008   HIT   235   Deactivation           Medical Coding and Classification            3    January 14, 2009    SCC     MS027
   October 3, 2008   HIT   292   Deactivation            Reimbursement Methodologies                 2    January 14, 2009    SCC     MS029
   October 2, 2008   AGV   182    Addition                     Diagnostic Imaging                    3      June 1, 2009     EICC    AGV182
   October 2, 2008   AGV   184    Addition                    Lab Animal Medicine                    2      June 1, 2009     EICC    AGV184
   October 2, 2008   AGV   803    Addition               Veterinary Assistant Internship             1      June 1, 2009     EICC    AGV803
   October 2, 2008   MUS   120    Addition                       Music Theory I                      3    August 25, 2009    NIACC   MUS120
   October 2, 2008   MUS   121    Addition                       Music Theory II                     3    August 25, 2009    NIACC   MUS121
   October 2, 2008   MUS   220    Addition                       Music Theory III                    3    January 12, 2010   NIACC   MUS220
   October 2, 2008   MUS   221    Addition                       Music Theory IV                     3    January 12, 2010   NIACC   MUS221
   October 2, 2008   MUS   130    Addition                        Aural Skills I                     2    August 25, 2009    NIACC   MUS130
   October 2, 2008   MUS   131    Addition                        Aural Skills I                     2    August 25, 2009    NIACC   MUS131
   October 2, 2008   MUS   132      New                           Aural Skills III                   2    January 12, 2010   NIACC   MUS132
   October 2, 2008   MUS   133      New                           Aural Skills IV                    2    January 12, 2010   NIACC   MUS133



    October 2, PM
11/9/201111:002008   ENV   103      New                        Sustainable Living                   1     August 25, 2009    DMACC   ENV103
   October 2, 2008     ENV   145    Addition                   Conservation Biology              4      August 25, 2009     DMACC    ENV145
   October 2, 2008     EGT   108   Deactivation              Principles of Engineering           3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT108
   October 2, 2008     EGT   196   Deactivation        Introduction to Engineering Design        3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT196
   October 2, 2008     EGT   199   Deactivation       Engineering Design and Development         3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT199
   October 2, 2008     EGT   202   Deactivation                  Digital Electronics             3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT202
   October 2, 2008     EGT   251   Deactivation        Computer Integrated Manufacturing         3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT251
   October 2, 2008     EGT   261   Deactivation              Biotechnical Engineering            3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT261
   October 2, 2008     EGT   400    Addition        PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design    3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT400
   October 2, 2008     EGT   410    Addition            PLTW - Principles of Engineering         3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT410
   October 2, 2008     EGT   416   Deactivation         Civil Engineering and Architecture       3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT416
   October 2, 2008     EGT   420    Addition                PLTW - Digital Electronics           3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT420
   October 2, 2008     EGT   422   Deactivation               Aerospace Engineering              3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT422
   October 2, 2008     EGT   430    Addition             PLTW - Aerospace Engineering            3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT430
   October 2, 2008     EGT   440    Addition            PLTW - Biotechnical Engineering          3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT440
   October 2, 2008     EGT   450    Addition        PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing     3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT450
   October 2, 2008     EGT   460    Addition        PLTW - Civil Engineering and Architecture    3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT460
   October 2, 2008     EGT   470    Addition       PLTW - Engineering Design and Development     3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT470
   October 2, 2008     EGR   400   Deactivation        Introduction to Engineering Design        3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR400
   October 2, 2008     EGR   400    Addition        PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design    3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR400
   October 2, 2008     EGR   410   Deactivation              Principles of Engineering           3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR410
   October 2, 2008     EGR   410    Addition            PLTW - Principles of Engineering         3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR410
   October 2, 2008     EGR   412   Deactivation                  Digital Electronics             3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR412
   October 2, 2008     EGR   414   Deactivation        Computer Integrated Manufacturing         3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR414
   October 2, 2008     EGR   416   Deactivation         Civil Engineering and Architecture       3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR416
   October 2, 2008     EGR   418   Deactivation       Engineering Design and Development         3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR418
   October 2, 2008     EGR   420   Deactivation              Biotechnical Engineering            3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR420
   October 2, 2008     EGR   420    Addition                PLTW - Digital Electronics           3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR420
   October 2, 2008     EGR   422   Deactivation               Aerospace Engineering              3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR422
   October 2, 2008     EGR   430    Addition             PLTW - Aerospace Engineering            3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR430
   October 2, 2008     EGR   440    Addition            PLTW - Biotechnical Engineering          3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR440
   October 2, 2008     EGR   450    Addition        PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing     3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR450
   October 2, 2008     EGR   460    Addition        PLTW - Civil Engineering and Architecture    3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR460
   October 2, 2008     EGR   470    Addition       PLTW - Engineering Design and Development     3      August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR470



  October 2, 2008      BIO   295      New                   General Ecology and Lab              4      August 25, 2009     DMACC     BIO295
  October 1, 2008      CIS   341      New          Advanced Database and SQL Administration      3      January 14, 2009     EICC     CIS341
 September 30, 2008    AGV   133    Addition              Veterinary Clinic Pathology I          3      January 14, 2009     EICC     AGV133
 September 30, 2008    ENG   220   Deactivation                  Creative Writing                2     September 30, 2008    ICCC    ENG121
 September 30, 2008    ENG   221    Addition                     Creative Writing                3     September 30, 2008    ICCC    ENG221
 September 30, 2008    AUT   524    Addition            Auto Brake Systems and Service           4      August 25, 2009     DMACC     AUT524
 September 30, 2008    AUT   615    Addition                Auto Electricity/Electronics         4      August 25, 2009     DMACC     AUT615
 September 30, 2008    AUT   109   Deactivation              Tools and Measurement               3      August 25, 2009     DMACC    AUTO464
 September 30, 2008    AUT   503   Deactivation               Auto Brake Systems                 3      August 25, 2009     DMACC     AUT503
 September 30, 2008    AUT   603   Deactivation               Basic Auto Electricity             3      August 25, 2009     DMACC    AUTO469
 September 30, 2008    ATC   312   Deactivation            Chrysler Electric/Electronics         4      August 25, 2009     DMACC     CAP312
 September 30, 2008    ATC   317   Deactivation      Shop Fundamentals and Minor Service         4      August 25, 2009     DMACC     CAP317
 September 30, 2008    ATC   318   Deactivation                   Basic Brakes                   4      August 25, 2009     DMACC     CAP318
 September 30, 2008    ATC   329   Deactivation        Chrysler Steering and Suspension          3      August 25, 2009     DMACC     CAP329
 September 30, 2008    ATC   347   Deactivation              Chrysler Heating and AC             3      August 25, 2009     DMACC     CAP347
 September 30, 2008    FIR   325      New                    Essentials of Firefighting          2                               Alliance Course
 September 30, 2008    HIS   240      New               Introduction to Canadian Studies         3      January 14, 2009    EICC      HIS240
 September 24, 2008    ELT   855   Deactivation              Communication Projects              2        June 1, 2008      KCC       EE287U




  September 23, 2008   ASM   291       New                     Activity Coordinator               4     January 12, 2009    DMACC    ASM291
  September 23, 2008   ASM   292    Deactivation          Activities in Long-Term Care            4     January 12, 2009    DMACC    ASM292
  September 23, 2008   AGH   450   Credit Change            Horticulture Leadership I           0.75   September 23, 2008    EICC     HR120
  September 23, 2008   AGH   452   Credit Change            Horticulture Leadership II           0.5   September 23, 2008    EICC     HR170
  September 19, 2008   PTA   102       New                     Introduction to PTA                3      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA100
  September 19, 2008   PTA   187       New                       Physical Agents I                2      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA113
  September 19, 2008   PTA   112       New              Physical Rehabilitative Techniques        3      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA202
  September 19, 2008   PTA   122       New                          Kinesiology                   4      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA201
  September 19, 2008   PTA   149       New                           Pathology                    2      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA203
  September 19, 2008   PTA   179       New                          Practicum I                   3      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA204
  September 19, 2008   PTA   199       New                           Massage                      1      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA207
  September 19, 2008   PTA   167       New                  Physical Therapy Science              2      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA205
  September 19, 2008   PTA   200       New                    Therapeutic Exercise I              3      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA208
  September 19, 2008   PTA   180       New                         Practicum II                   3      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA213
  September 19, 2008   PTA   201       New                   Therapeutic Exercise II              4      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA209
  September 19, 2008   PTA   188       New                      Physical Agents II                3      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA213
  September 19, 2008   PTA   282       New                       Clinical Seminar                 2      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA290
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  September 19, 2008   PTA   303       New                     Clinical Internship I              4      August 1, 2008      EICC    PTA280
 September 19, 2008    PTA   304       New                         Clinical Internship II            4      August 1, 2008     EICC     PTA281
 September 19, 2008    BUS   220      Addition          Introduction to International Business       3      August 1, 2008     EICC    ECON270
 September 19, 2008    BUS   221       New                  International Business Cultures          3      August 1, 2008     EICC     BA287
 September 19, 2008    BUS   295       New                        International Seminar              1      August 1, 2008     EICC     BA278
 September 19, 2008    BUS   933       New                       International Internship            3      August 1, 2008     EICC     BA276
 September 19, 2008    BUS   151      Addition                Introduction to E-Commerce             3      August 1, 2008     EICC     BA280
 September 19, 2008    MKT   190      Addition                   International Marketing             3      August 1, 2008     EICC     BA272
 September 19, 2008    GEO   123       New               Introduction to Regional Geography          3      August 1, 2008     EICC    GEOG105
 September 19, 2008    ADM   155   Credit Change           Essentials of Business English I          2    September 19, 2008   EICC     AO114
 September 19, 2008    ADM   156   Credit Change           Essentials of Business English II         2    September 19, 2008   EICC     AO116
 September 19, 2008    CIS   159      Addition                   Programming with Alice              3     January 14, 2009    EICC     CIS159



 September 19, 2008    OPT   110       New                     Ophthalmic Pre-Testing                2      August 1, 2009     DMACC   OPT110


 September 19, 2008    OPT   120       New                 Basic Optical Concepts/Optics             3      August 1, 2009     DMACC   OPT120




 September 19, 2008    OPT   123       New                 Ocular Anatomy and Physiology             2      August 1, 2009     DMACC   OPT123



 September 19, 2008    OPT   130       New                       Optical Dispensing                  2      August 1, 2009     DMACC   OPT130


 September 19, 2008    OPT   132       New                       Optical Dispensing                  2      August 1, 2009     DMACC   OPT132


 September 19, 2008    OPT   140       New                         Contact Lenses                    3      August 1, 2009     DMACC   OPT140




 September 19, 2008    OPT   112       New                  Ophthalmic Specialty Testing             3      August 1, 2009     DMACC   OPT112




 September 19, 2008    OPT   803       New                           Preclinical                     1      August 1, 2009     DMACC   OPT803


 September 19, 2008    OPT   818      New                         Clinical Externship                8      August 1, 2009     DMACC    OPT813
 September 18, 2008    AGA   335      New                            Forage Crops                    3      August 1, 2008      EICC    AG232
 September 18, 2008    AGB   101     Addition                   Agricultural Economics               3      August 1, 2008      EICC    AG121
 September 18, 2008    AGB   102      New                       Agricultural Economics               4      August 1, 2008      EICC    AG281
 September 18, 2008    AGB   336     Addition                     Agricultural Selling               3      August 1, 2008      EICC    AG211
 September 18, 2008    AGC   103     Addition                    Agricultural Computer               3      August 1, 2008      EICC    AG225
 September 18, 2008    AGC   105      New                      Computers in Agriculture              1      August 1, 2008      EICC    AG125
 September 18, 2008    AGC   107      New                 Microcomputer Skills for Agriculture       3      August 1, 2008      EICC    AG289
 September 18, 2008    AGE   118      New                          Horse Evaluation I                1      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ158
 September 18, 2008    AGE   119      New                         Horse Evaluation II                1      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ159
 September 18, 2008    AGE   131      New                         Horse Health Care                  4      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ253
 September 18, 2008    AGE   155      New          Principles and Methods of Stock Seat Equitation   4      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ161
 September 18, 2008    AGE   156      New            Principles and Methods of English Equitation    4      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ262
 September 18, 2008    AGE   159      New                 Methods of Teaching Horsemanship           2      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ263
 September 18, 2008    AGE   171      New                 Horse Production and Management            4      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ151
 September 18, 2008    AGE   189      New                   Horse Equipment and Facilities           3      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ154
 September 18, 2008    AGE   201      New                         Stable Management                  3      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ254
 September 18, 2008    AGE   223      New           Fundamentals of Horse Handling and Training      3      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ167
 September 18, 2008    AGE   238      New             Advanced Horse Training and Development        4      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ264
 September 18, 2008    AGE   251      New             Horse Show Preparation and Management          2      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ266
 September 18, 2008    AGE   262      New                           Farrier Science                  2      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ267
 September 18, 2008    AGE   907     Addition                   Co-op Field Experience               v      August 1, 2008      EICC    EQ109
                                                                                                                                       EQ101 &
 September 18, 2008    AGE   945     Addition                        Seminar                         v      August 1, 2008     EICC      EQ102
 September 18, 2008    AGS   319     Addition                     Animal Nutrition                   3      August 1, 2008     EICC     AG142
                                                                                                                                       AG285 &
  September 18, 2008   AGS   118      New                         Animal Science                      4     August 1, 2008     EICC      AG141
  September 18, 2008   PEH   140     Addition                        First Aid                        1     August 1, 2008     EICC     HPE200
  September 18, 2008   MST   173      New                        Therapy Theory I                    10     August 1, 2008     EICC    MASG100
  September 18, 2008   MST   118      New               Musculoskeletal Anatomy/Kinesiology           5     August 1, 2008     EICC    MASG102
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  September 18, 2008   MST   204      New                 Advanced Technique Practice I              10     August 1, 2008     EICC    MASG107
 September 18, 2008   MST   107         New            Human Anatomy and Physiology             5      August 1, 2008     EICC    MASG103
 September 18, 2008   MST   257         New             Therapy Theory and Practice             3      August 1, 2008     EICC    MASG109
 September 18, 2008   MST   111         New                        Pathology                    3      August 1, 2008     EICC    MASG106
 September 18, 2008   MST   811         New               Massage Therapy Clinical              4      August 1, 2008     EICC    MASG110
 September 18, 2008   MST   331         New            Command Officer Management I             3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO112
 September 18, 2008   FIR   335         New                 Fire Service Instructor I           3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO118
 September 18, 2008   FIR   221         New                     Fire Prevention                 3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO114
 September 18, 2008   FIR   147         New                 Tactics and Strategies I            3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO115
 September 18, 2008   FIR   332         New           Command Officer Management II             3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO212
 September 18, 2008   FIR   151         New         Fire Fighting Tactics and Strategies II     3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO215
 September 18, 2008   FIR   333         New           Command Officer Management III            3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO224
 September 18, 2008   FIR   336         New                Fire Service Instructor II           3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO218
 September 18, 2008   FIR   334         New           Command Officer Management IV             3      August 1, 2008     EICC     FSO225
 September 17, 2008   HCM   108         New                  Safety and Sanitation              3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM108
 September 17, 2008   HCM   107    Deactivation        Advanced Safety and Sanitation           2    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM107
 September 17, 2008   HCM   513         New                        Hospitality                  1    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM513
 September 17, 2008   HCM   228   Credit Change     Culinary Nutrition and Food Science         3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM228
 September 17, 2008   HCM   238    Deactivation      Menu Planning and Kitchen Design           3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM238
 September 17, 2008   HCM   254   Credit Change         Purchasing for Profit and Loss          3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM254
 September 17, 2008   HCM   242         New           Event Planning/Customer Service           2    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM242
 September 17, 2008   HCM   332         New          Hospitality Personnel Management           2    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM332
 September 17, 2008   HCM   609         New                Hospitality Management               3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM609
 September 17, 2008   HCM   613         New                  Hospitality Marketing              3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    HCM613
 September 17, 2008   CIS   255    Title Change                Raster Graphics I                3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    WEB112
 September 17, 2008   CIS   257    Title Change                Raster Graphics II               3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    WEB115
 September 17, 2008   CIS   261    Title Change                     Portfolio                   3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    WEB169
 September 17, 2008   PET   301         New               Athletic Training Clinical I          1    September 3, 2008    ICCC     PET301
 September 17, 2008   PET   302         New               Athletic Training Clinical II         1    September 3, 2008    ICCC     PET302
 September 17, 2008   PET   142         New              Athletic Training Practicum 1          2    September 3, 2008    ICCC     PET142
 September 17, 2008   PET   152         New              Athletic Training Practicum 2          2    September 3, 2008    ICCC     PET152
 September 17, 2008   ACC   802   Credit Change               Payroll Applications              3    September 3, 2008    ICCC    ACC168
 September 17, 2008   CON   949       Addition                   Special Topics                 v    September 3, 2008     NCC    CON949
 September 17, 2008   AGV   118         New            Animal Anatomy and Physiology            4    September 3, 2009    EICC    AGV118
 September 17, 2008   AGV   131       Addition               Clinical Technology II             3    September 3, 2009    EICC    AGV131
 September 10, 2008   MGT   121         New              Project Management Basics              3     January 19, 2008     KCC    MGT121
 September 10, 2008   BIO   927       Addition                   Honors Study                   v     August 25, 2008     EICC     BIO927
 September 10, 2008   END   927         New                      Honors Study                   v     August 25, 2008     EICC    END927
 September 10, 2008   RAD   927         New                      Honors Study                   v     August 25, 2008     EICC    RAD927
 September 10, 2008   AGS   119         New                 Livestock Management              1.75     January 1, 1966    EICC      FF152
 September 10, 2008   AGS   120    Deactivation             Livestock Management                2    September 10, 2008   EICC      FF152
 September 10, 2008   AGH   454   Credit Change           Horticulture Leadership III         0.75   September 10, 2008   EICC      HR220
 September 10, 2008   AGE   295         New            Western Style Training Projects          3     August 25, 2008      KCC    AGE295
 September 10, 2008   AGA   349         New                        Fertilizers                1.25    January 14, 2009    EICC    AGA349
 September 5, 2008    MGT   155    Deactivation        Integrated Project Management            3    September 1, 2005     ILCC    BS226A
 September 5, 2008    EDU   236         New                 Young Adult Literature              3     January 12, 2009    NIACC   EDU236
 September 5, 2008    SCI   949         New                      Special Topics                 v    September 5, 2008    NIACC    SCI949
 September 3, 2008    CIS   171    Deactivation                       Java                      3     August 20, 2008      NCC     CS163E
 September 3, 2008    PEA   287       Addition                 Weight Training II               1     January 12, 2009     HCC     PEA287
  August 29, 2008     SDV   149         New                Leadership and Diversity             1     January 12, 2009    EICC     SDV149
  August 28, 2008     NET   932       Addition                     Internship                   v     January 12, 2009     HCC     NET932


                                                                                                                                    Also
                                                                                                                                  WITCC &
                                                  CCNA Exploration Network Fundamentals                                            IWCC
   August 26, 2008    NET   217   Title Change          was (CCNA Exploration I)               3      August 20, 2008     IVCC    agreed.
                                                                                                                                    Also
                                                                                                                                  WITCC &
                                                    CCNA Exploration Routing Concepts                                              IWCC
   August 26, 2008    NET   218   Title Change         was (CCNA Exploration II)               3      August 20, 2008     IVCC    agreed.


                                                                                                                                    Also
                                                                                                                                  WITCC &
                                                  CCNA Exploration Switching and Wireless                                          IWCC
   August 26, 2008    NET   219   Title Change          was (CCNA Exploration III)             3      August 20, 2008     IVCC    agreed.



                                                                                                                                    Also
                                                                                                                                  WITCC &
                                                   CCNA Exploration Accessing the WAN                                              IWCC
    August 26, 2008   NET   220   Title Change         was (CCNA Exploration IV)               3      August 20, 2008     IVCC    agreed.
    August 26, 2008   NET   217      Addition     CCNA Exploration Network Fundamentals        3      January 12, 2009    IVCC    NET217
    August 26, 2008   NET   218      Addition       CCNA Exploration Routing Concepts          3      January 12, 2009    IVCC    NET218
    August 26, 2008   NET   219      Addition     CCNA Exploration Switching and Wireless      3      January 12, 2009    IVCC    NET219
    August 26, PM
11/9/201111:002008    NET   220      Addition      CCNA Exploration Accessing the WAN          3      January 12, 2009    IVCC    NET220
   August 19, 2008   PHR   100       New               Pharmacy Technician Orientation           2     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR100




   August 19, 2008   PHR   101       New                    Pharmacy Operations I                3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR101




   August 19, 2008   PHR   102       New                    Pharmacy Operations II               3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR102




   August 19, 2008   PHR   123       New                        Pharmacology I                   3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR123




   August 19, 2008   PHR   124       New                       Pharmacology II                   3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR124




   August 19, 2008   PHR   132       New                 Pharmaceutical Mathematics              3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR132

   August 19, 2008   PHR   140       New                        Pharmacy Law                     1     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR140




   August 19, 2008   PHR   160       New                         Compounding                     3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR160


   August 19, 2008   PHR   801       New               Pharmacy Technician Internship I          2     August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR801



   August 19, 2008   PHR   802       New               Pharmacy Technician Internship II          3    August 25, 2009   DMACC   PHR802
   August 7, 2008    EGT   134   Credit Change               Hydraulics/Pneumatics II             4    August 25, 2008    EICC    HP130
   August 6, 2008    GRT   206       New             Advanced Press/Finishing Operations          3    August 25, 2008    EICC    GA205
   August 6, 2008    GRT   205    Deactivation       Advanced Press/Finishing Operations          2    August 25, 2008    EICC    GA205
   August 6, 2008    GRT   169       New                           Color Theory                   2    August 25, 2008    EICC    GA170
   August 6, 2008    GRT   170    Deactivation                     Color Theory                   3    August 25, 2008    EICC    GA170
   August 1, 2008    AGB   108       New                        Human Relations I                1.5   August 25, 2008    EICC    FF108
   August 1, 2008    EMS   211      Addition                        EMT Basic                    6.5    May 14, 2008      ICCC   EMS211
    July 30, 2008    AGS   306    Deactivation       Advanced Livestock Judging/Selection         2                        KCC   AE423U
    July 30, 2008    AGS   280      Addition                 Livestock Merchandising              3                        KCC   AGS280
    July 24, 2008    NET   300       New                       IP Telephony (VoIP)                3    August 25, 2008    EICC   NET300
    July 24, 2008    CRR   797       New         Industrial Coatings Technique and Application    3    August 25, 2008    EICC   CRR797
    July 24, 2008    SOC   189   Credit Change                 Global Perspectives                3    August 20, 2008     NCC   SS232A


     July 22, 2008   ECE   103    Addition         Introduction to Early Childhood Education     3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   ECE103
     July 22, 2008   ECE   101   Deactivation       Introduction to Early Child Care Services    1     August 25, 2009   DMACC   CHLD210
     July 22, 2008   ECE   121   Deactivation              Professional Relationships            2     August 25, 2009   DMACC   CHLD217


     July 22, 2008   ECE   170    Addition              Child Growth and Development             3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   ECE170
     July 22, 2008   ECE   173   Deactivation           Early Childhood Development              3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   CHLD110


     July 22, 2008   ECE   221    Addition             Infant/Toddler Care and Education         3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   ECE221
     July 22, 2008   ECE   220   Deactivation       Infant and Toddler Care and Education        3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   CHLD216




     July 22, 2008   ECE   262    Addition             Early Childhood Field Experience          3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   ECE262
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     July 22, 2008   ECE   266   Deactivation               Student Participation II             3     August 25, 2009   DMACC   CHLD411
     July 22, 2008   ECE   281   Deactivation                     Practicum                     2      August 25, 2009    DMACC    CHLD420




     July 22, 2008   ECE   932       New                              Internship                v      August 25, 2009    DMACC    ECE932
     July 22, 2008   ECE   267    Deactivation        Early Childhood Ed Assoc Practicum        3      August 25, 2009    DMACC    CHLD421
     July 18, 2008   DSL   547       New                           Ag Power Train               3     September 3, 2008    ICCC     DSL547
     July 17, 2008   HSV   287   Credit Change       Counseling Theories and Techniques         3                           KCC    HSV287
                                                 Alcohol and Drug Counselor Field Experience
     July 17, 2008   HSV   813   Credit Change                         Seminar I                6                          KCC      HSV813
                                                 Alcohol and Drug Counselor Field Experience
     July 17, 2008   HSV   814   Credit Change                        Seminar II                 6                          KCC     HSV814
     July 17, 2008   HSC   116       New               Introduction to Health Occupations       3.5    August 25, 2008     EICC     HSC116
     July 17, 2008   CSC   169       New             Data Abstraction and Data Structures        4     August 20, 2008      NCC     CSC169
     July 17, 2008   CSC   701       New                  Autonomous Robotics Systems            4     August 20, 2008      NCC     CSC701
     July 17, 2008   CSC   702       New          Fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics    4     August 20, 2008      NCC     CSC702
     July 17, 2008   CSC   201       New            Networking Principles and Applications       4     August 20, 2008      NCC     CSC201
     July 17, 2008   CIS   652       New         Operating Systems and User Software Support     5     August 20, 2008      NCC     CIS652
     July 17, 2008   HSC   110    Deactivation         Introduction to Health Occupations        3                         EICC     HSC110
     July 17, 2008   CRJ   924      Addition                        Honor Project                v     August 26, 2008     IHCC     CRJ924
     July 17, 2008   CON   911     Revision                    Cooperative/Internship            v      July 17, 2008      NICC Never been used.
     July 17, 2008   COS   130    Deactivation        Basic Principles of Nail Technology        4     August 8, 2008      NICC     22:040
     July 17, 2008   COS   131    Deactivation                Basic Nail Technology I            4     August 8, 2008      NICC     22:041
     July 17, 2008   COS   132    Deactivation                Nail Chemical Services I           2     August 8, 2008      NICC     22:048
     July 17, 2008   CON   165    Deactivation                Construction Principles I          2     August 7, 2008      NICC     18:017
     July 17, 2008   CON   195    Deactivation               Construction Principles II          5     August 7, 2008      NICC     18:019
     July 17, 2008   CON   196    Deactivation              Construction Lab II: Framing        10     August 7, 2008      NICC     18:020
     July 17, 2008   CON   238    Deactivation               Construction Principles III         4     August 7, 2008      NICC     18:021
     July 17, 2008   CON   239    Deactivation            Construction Lab III: Finishing       10     August 7, 2008      NICC     18:022
     July 17, 2008   ELE   181    Deactivation                 Commercial Principles             2     August 7, 2008      NICC     34:023
     July 17, 2008   ELE   182    Deactivation          Commercial - Residential Design          1     August 7, 2008      NICC     34:026
     July 17, 2008   ELE   188    Deactivation                    Industrial Design              1     August 7, 2008      NICC     34:064
     July 17, 2008   ELT   120    Deactivation           Programmable Logic Controllers          5     August 7, 2008      NICC     34:031
     July 17, 2008   ESL   019    Deactivation     Intensive English as a Second Language        4     August 7, 2008      NICC     14:003
                                                 English as a Second Language for Academic
     July 17, 2008   ESL   100   Deactivation                          Purposes                  4     August 7, 2008      NICC      14:005
     July 17, 2008   GRA   172   Deactivation                        Typography                  2     August 7, 2008      NICC      16:022
     July 17, 2008   HIT   290   Deactivation                Reimbursement Methods               3     August 6, 2008      NICC     HIT290
     July 17, 2008   HIT   430   Deactivation                   Quality Improvement              2     August 7, 2008      NICC      64:022
     July 17, 2008   HIT   470   Deactivation            Supervisor in Health Information        3     August 7, 2008      NICC      64:026
     July 17, 2008   HSV   853   Deactivation         Human Service Field Experience IV          3     August 7, 2008      NICC      48:804
     July 17, 2008   MST   110   Deactivation            Pathology for Massage Therapy           2     August 7, 2008      NICC      22:059
     July 17, 2008   MST   121   Deactivation                        Reflexology                 1     August 7, 2008      NICC      22:061
     July 17, 2008   MST   124   Deactivation                      Sports Massage                1     August 7, 2008      NICC      22:060
     July 17, 2008   MST   134   Deactivation                Massage and Pregnancy               1     August 7, 2008      NICC      22:066
     July 17, 2008   MST   135   Deactivation            Massage in Special Populations          1     August 7, 2008      NICC      22:065
     July 17, 2008   MST   165   Deactivation            Modalities in Massage Therapy           3     August 7, 2008      NICC      22:070
     July 17, 2008   PHS   192   Deactivation               Global Positioning Systems          1.5    August 7, 2008      NICC      40:021
     July 17, 2008   PHS   197   Deactivation                     GIS Applications               1     August 7, 2008      NICC      40:040
     July 17, 2008   RDG   032    Revision               Introduction to College Reading         2      July 17, 2008      NICC Never been used.
     July 15, 2008   NET   114    Revision           Foundation of Information Technology        3                         EICC      IT:100
     July 15, 2008   AUT   121      New                         Small Engine Repair              1    September 3, 2008    ICCC     AUT121
     July 15, 2008   CON   100      New                           Basic Carpentry                1    September 3, 2008    ICCC    CON100
     July 11, 2008   SDV   080      New                         Supported Ed: VITAL              1     August 18, 2008      KCC     SDV080
     July 11, 2008   EGR   111      New                   Basics of Engineering Drawing          3                         EICC     EGR111
     July 11, 2008   EGR   110   Deactivation             Basics of Engineering Drawing          3                         EICC      EG101
     July 10, 2008   EGT   416      New                 Civil Engineering and Architecture       3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT416
     July 10, 2008   EGT   422      New                       Aerospace Engineering              3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT422
     July 10, 2008   EGR   400      New                Introduction to Engineering Design        3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR400
     July 10, 2008   EGR   410      New                      Principles of Engineering           3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR410
     July 10, 2008   EGR   412      New                          Digital Electronics             3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR412
     July 10, 2008   EGR   414      New               Computer Integrated Manufacturing          3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR414
     July 10, 2008   EGR   416      New                 Civil Engineering and Architecture       3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR416
     July 10, 2008   EGR   418      New              Engineering Design and Development          3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR418
     July 10, 2008   EGR   420      New                      Biotechnical Engineering            3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR420
     July 10, 2008   EGR   422      New                       Aerospace Engineering              3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGR422
     July 10, 2008   EGT   196    Addition             Introduction to Engineering Design        2     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT196
     July 10, 2008   EGT   108    Addition                   Principles of Engineering           3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT108
     July 10, 2008   EGT   202    Addition                       Digital Electronics             3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT202
     July 10, 2008   EGT   251    Addition            Computer Integrated Manufacturing          3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT251
     July 10, 2008   EGT   199    Addition           Engineering Design and Development          3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT199
     July 10, 2008   EGT   261    Addition                   Biotechnical Engineering            3     August 19, 2008      KCC     EGT261
      July 9, 2008   DSL   330      New                     Diesel Engineering Tune-up           3     August 25, 2008    DMACC     DSL330
      July 9, 2008   CHM   261    Addition                      Organic Chemistry I              4     August 20, 2008      NCC    CHM261
      July 9, 2008   BIO   451      New                    Introduction to Bioinformatics        3     August 20, 2008      NCC     BIO451
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                                              Basics in Biotechnology Lab Techniques
     July 9, 2008   BIO   812    New                       for the Educator II             1   August 20, 2008     NCC   BIO812
     July 9, 2008   BIO   813    New                Biofuels Teacher Workshop              1   August 20, 2008     NCC   BIO813
     July 9, 2008   PWL   199    New                    Experiential Learning              3   August 20, 2008     NCC   PWL199
     July 9, 2008   CHM   292    New                Introduction to Biochemistry           3   August 20, 2008     NCC   CHM292
     July 8, 2008   AGP   435    New       Advanced Precision Farming Systems - Software   3   January 12, 2009    KCC   AGP435
     July 8, 2008   AGP   436    New       Advanced Precision Farming Systems - Hardware   3   August 19, 2008     KCC   AGP436
     July 8, 2008   AGS   220    New              Domestic Animal Physiology Lab           1   August 19, 2008     KCC   AGS220
     July 8, 2008   MFG   104    New                   Machine Shop Tools II               3                      EICC   MFG104
     July 8, 2008   FLA   141   Addition                  Elementary Arabic I              4     July 8, 2008     ICCC   FLA141
     July 8, 2008   FLA   142   Addition                 Elementary Arabic II              4     July 8, 2008     ICCC   FLA142
     July 8, 2008   FLA   241   Addition                 Intermediate Arabic I             4     July 8, 2008     ICCC   FLA241
     July 8, 2008   FLA   242   Addition                Intermediate Arabic II             4     July 8, 2008     ICCC   FLA242




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                                                       Description
      Develop and prepare for the Infant Toddler, Preschool or Family Child Care Development Associate (CDA)
  assessment and verification visit. Review and compile professional certificates and resources. Develop competency
 statements and a professional resource file in accordance with CDA requirements. Practice oral interviewing and test
                                                      taking skills.

This course is an introduction to basic processes chemistry at it applies to the renewable fuels industry. Understanding
  renewable fuels chemical processes is important for maintaining quality control in the manufacture of biodiesel and
ethanol. This course presents the chemistry involved in the production of biodiesel and ethanol including the chemical
reaction processes, product and waste gas laws. This course also teaches proper laboratory safety procedures as well
                         as proper interpretation and implementation of chemical regulations.

 This course provides an introduction to the key concepts of occupation, occupational performance, and occupational
 therapy as a health and wellness profession. The roles of occupational therapy in a range of traditional and emerging
      health care, community-based, and education settings are explored. Foundational and philosophical concepts,
       professional ethics, and the emergence of occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant roles are
 investigated. Students will participate in activities to guide them in developing an understanding of the occupational
                             therapy process and the skills needed by a healthcare professional.
   Study of the interrelationship between the central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, and musculoskeletal
        system and analysis of functional movement required for engagement in occupation. Formal and informal
  biomechanical assessment methodologies are presented. Students will gain skill in utilizing assessment data for the
                       occupational therapy process in collaboration with the occupational therapist.
The development and emergence of human occupational performance throughout the lifespan is examined by exploring
   areas of occupation, occupational roles, habits and routines. Students will learn to analyze occupational tasks and
   functional activity demands, grade and adapt activities, and build the basic skills necessary for teaching therapeutic
    activities to meet the needs of occupational therapy consumers, either individually or in groups. Emphasis will be
       placed on the use of occupation-based media as a means of understanding a client’s cognitive and functional
 performance. The significance of context and environment will also be explored in relationship to program planning
  and implementation of therapeutic interventions. Additional topics include an introduction to note writing and goal
                                                        development.
    An introduction to the role of assistive technology and environmental modification used to facilitate occupational
  performance. Topics will include: determination of need, selection of and instruction in use of assistive technology
  and/or environmental modification, low tech vs. high tech equipment options, and assessment of client safety during
                                                 occupational performance.

 The first in a sequence of courses addressing conditions causing disruption of occupational behaviors, skills, and life
    roles in humans throughout the lifespan. This course presents occupational and developmental frameworks for
     understanding the occupational nature of infants and children through the adolescent period, their families and
caregivers. Means of applying the occupational therapy process by the occupational therapy assistant is studied within
   the contexts of a variety of disorders, conditions, and circumstances affecting this period of human development.
Structured experiential learning will provide opportunities for the student to solidify knowledge, develop and practice
  professional skills and behaviors utilized in the occupational therapy process with infants and children through the
                               adolescent period and their families in a variety of settings.

     Students will be participant-observers in settings providing occupational therapy services to children and/or
   adolescents. Emphasis will be placed on development of professional work habits and supervisory collaboration.

The second in a sequence of courses addressing conditions causing disruption of occupational behaviors, skills and life
  roles in humans throughout the lifespan. This course presents theoretical frameworks and models for understanding
the occupational nature of early to middle adulthood at home, at work, and in the community. Approaches to applying
 the occupational process by the occupational therapy assistant is studied within the contexts of a variety of disorders,
                        conditions, and circumstances affecting this period of human development.
 Structured experiential learning will provide opportunities for the student to solidify knowledge, develop and practice
professional behaviors utilized in the occupational therapy process for individuals experiencing disruption in motor and
                        sensory-perceptual abilities needed for adaptive occupational performance.
 Structured experiential learning will provide opportunities for the student to solidify knowledge, develop and practice
 professional skills and behaviors utilized in the occupational therapy process for individuals experiencing disruption in
 social, emotional and interactional abilities needed for adaptive occupational performance. Both individual and group
                                            intervention strategies are explored.

     Students will be participant-observers in settings providing occupational therapy services to adult consumers.
         Emphasis will be placed on development of professional work habits and supervisory collaboration.

  The third in a sequence of courses addressing conditions causing disruption of occupational behaviors, skills and life
  roles in humans throughout the lifespan. This course presents theoretical frameworks and models for understanding
     the occupational nature of late adulthood at home, at work, and in the community. Approaches to applying the
   occupational process by the occupational therapy assistant is studied within the contexts of a variety of disorders,
                         conditions, and circumstances affecting this period of human development.
 Structured experiential learning will provide opportunities for the student to solidify knowledge, develop and practice
    professional skills and behaviors utilized in the occupational therapy process with elder consumers in a variety of
                                                          settings.
 This course speaks to the management and service roles of the occupational therapy assistant, as well as the ongoing
    responsibilities of a career as a occupational therapy healthcare professional. Active learning strategies requiring
    student interdependence serve to prepare the student to transition to the final portion of the program – fieldwork
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     The first of two courses consisting of 8 weeks of full time community-based clinical education. Students will
participate in the delivery of occupational therapy services, in collaboration and with supervision from an occupational
 therapist. They will work with individuals at different points of the lifespan, experiencing disruption of occupational
                                                      performance.
   The second of two courses consisting of 8 weeks of full time community-based clinical education. Students will
participate in the delivery of occupational therapy services, in collaboration and with supervision from an occupational
 therapist. They will work with individuals at different points of the lifespan, experiencing disruption of occupational
                                                      performance.

  Terminology will be expanded. EEG tracing will be reviewed. The student will learn to interpret basic normal and
 abnormal EEG patterns, maturation of the EEG, variations that occur on the EEG, the International Classification of
  Seizure Disorders, and treatments used for seizures. Laboratory exercises will include additional training on 10/20
                      system for measurement, electrode application and performance recording.




        This course will allow students to continue improving their diagnostics and troubleshooting abilities on
    motorcycles/atvs. Computer diagnostics and specialty test equipment will be introduced. Failure analysis and
advanced diagnostics will be practiced in the lab. Complete vehicle system failures will be discussed and broken down
                   in detail, such as: drivetrain, engine fuel, suspension, controls, brakes and wheels.
 This course is needed as an introduction to supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) concepts as they are
                  related to WITCC's wind energy technology and robotics and automation programs
This course is accrediated by the Iowa Real Estate Commission and has been approved for real estate salesperson pre-
    licensing. Upon successful completion of this course students will be prepared to sit for the Iowa Real Estate
              Salesperson exam. Students will complete their homework utilizing a required workbook.

 Independent study in painting is a course designed to provide the more advanced student an opportunity to explore in
          greater depth processes and techniques the students has experienced in previous painting courses.




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  This course provides an overview of the customs, language and arts of a specified culture. This unique structure of
this course offers studnets the opportunity not only to study the culture in a classroom setting, but also to experience it
  first-hand through a travel component. Students will incur signficant additional costs for travel. These costs will be
           detailed by the instructor no later than the first day of class. This course may be repeated for credit.

  This course combines the overview of the customs, language and arts of a specific culture with an in-depth study of
one aspet of the culture being explored. The unique structure of this course offers students the opportunity not only to
   study the culture and particular aspect in a classroom setting., but also to experience it first-hand through a travel
component. Students will incur significant additional costs for travel. These costs will be detailed by the instructor no
                        later than the first day of class. This course may be repreated for credit.
This course provides a culminating experience for students with an overview, in-depth study and capstone project of a
  spcified culture. The unique structure of this course offers students the opportunity not only to study the customs,
 language and arts of the culture in a classroom setting, but also to experience first hand through a travel component.
 Studnes will incur significant additional costs for travel. These costs will be details by the instructor no later than the
                                first day of class. This course may be repeated for credit.



 This foundational course uses a design development process while enriching problem solving skills. The course helps
                   students create and analyze models using engineering technologies and software.




This course entails class piano lessons for music majors to prepare students for the piano proficiency test, including the
 study of fundamentals keyboard technique, scales, chord professions, and accompaniment styles. Also includes study
       of skills necessary to accompany students and play choral scores. This course may be repeated for credit.




  Simulates clinical and workplace situations for non-native Enlish speakers in health programs. Teaches basic health
    vocabulary and procedures, and introduces the culture of the health workplace. Improves non-native speakers
                           comprehension and comprehensibility during clinical experiences.

This course is an introduction to basic processes chemistry as it applied to the renewable fuels industry. Understanding
   renewable fuels chemical processes is important for maintaining quality control in the manufacture of biodiesel and
 ethanol. This course presents the chemistry involved in the production of biodiesel and ethanol including the chemical
reaction processes. Produce and waste gas laws. The course also teaches propery laboratory safety procedures as well
                          as proper intrepretation and implementaion of chemical regulations.




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  Provides the knowledge and skills necessary for employment as a pharmacy technician, in a retail, hospital or clinic
pharmacy, under the direct supervision of a pharmacist. Includes basic understanding of medications, prescriptions and
 terminology, pharmaceutical calculations and techniques, record keeping, ethics and jurisprudence, as well as the tole
 of the pharmacy technician. Emphasizes student preparation to make informed, intelligent decisions and assisting the
pharmacist with providing medication and other types of health care products to patients. Designed to prepare learners
                              for the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam.




This course is designed to give meaning to the lines and symbols found on a set of blueprints. Individual working in an
  energy producing field rely on drawings and prints to buid and repair energy producing objects and structures. This
course teaches the individual how to read and interpret what an architect or an engineer is trying to convey on a set of
    blueprints. Upon completion of this course an individual will recognize and understand the application of lines,
 symbology and building terms as they apply to the electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, plumbing and HVAC
                                                         trades.



 This course is available to qualified candidates that are accepted into the intership. This course is designed to enable
accepted students to become proficient in ultrasound (US) exams. The student will begin their internship by observing
   and assisting practing US Technologist conducting a variety of US exams. As the student gains knowledge and
 experience in the various US exams he/she gradually moves into an independent clinical performane stage. A studnet
must independently, with direct supervision, perform the required amount of exams to complete the US Internship. A
record of practice procedures and competency must be documented for ARRT compentency and intership completion.

 This course is designed for students with good keyboarding skills who need to develop knowledge of writing reports
                     utilizing different styles. Students will create documents using WORD 2007.
This course will take students into advanced concepts in GIS and give hands on experience in the practical applications
 of a geographical information system. Students will be enrolled in selected GIS short courses online and required to
 design a GIS project from scratch. They will setup the parameters for the project. The project should be related to
                                                        their career field.
  Introductory printing courses with emphasis in basic printmaking techniques and processes. Printing proficiency in
                                    relife, stencil, and/or intaglio prints will be pursued.
 A continuation of computer aided design (CAD) using Solid Works software. The student will learn to create a print
                         parametric solids as well as how to use Soid Works to analyze objects.

This course deals with the preservation, identification, extraction, documentation and interpretation of computer data.
    Special computer skills and tools will be introduced. Legal concerns and ethical conduct will be emphasized.

    This course is a continuation of CIS-171, JAVA, and will build on skills learned previously. Topics will include
   building Web applications, JavaBeans, Enterprise JavaBeans, Netowrk Programming, J2EE features and security.

This course is designed to introduce the students to both Microsoft and Linux web server administration. Students will
    install and configure the servers and services necessary to create and maintain a working website environment.

    In this course, the student will build standards-complaint web sites using best practices and the latest technology,
        including CSS, JavaScript libraries and PHP. The course focuses on using CSS, Ajax and PHP in Adobe
  Dreamweaver context. The course will provide the students the skills to build interactive websites, setup a database
    using MySQL, validate database input and user authentication and to manage records in database using MySQL.
    Course will provide student knowledge in the complete process of system analysis and design the steps involved.
                   Actual system analysis and design lab practices will measure student's understanding.
    This course uses a design development process while enrichsing technical and engineering problem-solving skills;
              students create and analyze models using spcialized computer software (AutoCAD Inventor).
 This introductory course will lead the student into the world of quality and the quality process. Students will analyze
 the performance of a production process, formulate process adjustment or improvements, and carry out the strategies
                                         for process adjuctment and/or improvement.
   This course introduces students to PLC tasks such as programming, writing, troubleshooting communications, and
      advanced programming. Students will learn industrail relevant skills on how operate, interface, program and
     troubleshoot PLC systems. Students will learn how to set up software drivers, log onto networks, upload and
                                     download projects, and search for documentation.
 This course will cover the objectives of the First responder curriculum as indentified by the United States Department
   of Transportation (USDOT) and prepare the student for testing in order to receive Iowa EMS certification and the
                  National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) as a First responder.
 This course will provide the EMS student with additional clinical hours necessary to complete competencies required
 for State and National Certification as a Paramedic. The course is variable credit and the student shall register for the
 number of credit hours recommended by the faculty member in order to complete the competencies of the Paramedic
                                                           Program.

A survey course to boost student's understanding and use of the "tools of writing." These include proper grammar and
punctuation, the writing process and campus resources such as the library and computer labs. Students will retake the
           COMPASS at the end of the course. This course will be taught during our existing 7x7 session.


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Introduction and practice in multiple genres of creative writing. Students study the art, craft and discipline of creative
   writing by reading, discussing and critiquing the work of prominent writers; by experimenting with various writing
  methods and techniques; and reading, discussing, and critiquing student work. Instruction, practice and workshops
  will address elements of creative writing such as content, structure, form and style in particular and multiple genres.
 Through review of language structures with ongoing emphasis of the language skills of reading, writing speaking and
                         listening. Focus on cultural literacy and parallel vocabulary development.
Continuing review of language structures with ongoing emphasis of the language skills of the four basic language skills.
                              Reading focus on cultural subjects, current events and literature.
  A study of the United States during the Civil War. A study of the political, social, economi, military and diplomatic
 history of the United States from 1850-1877. A look at the causes of the Civil War and its impact in US society, and
                                                 the aftermath of the war.
   A study of the United State' involvement in the Vietnam War. The course will survey the military policies, battles,
  tactics and strategies of the Vietnam Ware, 1954-1975. The course will look at the origins of the war as well as the
                      effects of the war on domestic, social and political issues in the United States.
This course follows the American Heart Association Basic Life Support (CPR) Heart Saver fo the lay person program.
                        Includes AED, Basic First Aid. This course is not for health care workers.
This course contains the American Heart Assocition Basic Life Support (CPT), AED, Advanced First Aid Techniques
                and Emergency preparedness in the workplace and community for Health Care providers.
This course is designed to help students understand the evolution of the boiler system from the first century to modern
     day and understand the principles and applications of steam traps. This course will provide an overview of the
    operation of the boiler plate system beginning with basic principles of steam energy and boiler plate design. This
      course will describe steam, steam trapping and different types of steam traps including sizing, installation and
                                                          monitoring.
This course is designed to help students understand the fundamentals of HVAC & R. The student will learn chiller, air
   handler, cooling tower, and condenser operations as well as how to perform basic preventative maintenance tasks.
 This course also shows how preventative maintenance practices can be used in troubleshooting common HVAC & R
                                                           problems.
This course covers a variety of precision measurement devices that are used in manufacturing processes. Emphasis will
                be placed on how the student will accurately use these devices in the laboratory situation.

     This course will develop the skills and knowledge necessary to use basic drill presses and saws in a lab setting.
Students will be able to properly operate manual and automatic drilling operation using semple drill presses, as well as
 cutting metals and materials to length for further machining operations by operating both horizontal and vertical band
                   saws. Various drills and saw projects will strengthen the poper use of these tools.
  This course introduces students to the Caresian Coordinate System. Students will concentrate on the use of G & M
      codes for too movements and will make the calculations necessary to identify correct tool locations. A basic
                        knowledge of geometry and trigonometry is necessary to be successful.
This course covers the creation and reading of engineering drawing though mechanical sketching techniques as a means
  of communication. Emphasis is placed on developing the perceptional skills that require the student to think in three
 demensional space. This course also provides the necessary range of topics to ensure that the studnet will know how
                                             to interpret engineering drawings.

     This course introduces students to the proper use of Computer Numeric Control (CNC) turning centers in the
     Manufacturing setting. Topics covered include programming codes/manual codes, reading Electrical Industrial
   Association (EIA) and International Organizations for Standardization (ISO) part programs, reading conversational
    part programs. Loading/storing/activating part programs, tool offsets/tool data entry, machine start up, program
     restating process planning for new jobs, work holding devices, installing new tools and entering tool life data,
 establishing program zero and entering tool offset data and establishing the safe index point will be covered. Various
        projects will strengthen the proper use and troublshooting of this equipment in the manufacturing seeting.
   This course will introduce studnets to Computer (CNC) programming concepts in manufacturing settings. Topics
  covered include circular interpoloation, manual program units, drilling, tapping, boring canned cycles, conversational
programming units for milling operations, as well as verifying new programs and understanding advanced programming
 techniques. Various projects will strengthen the proper use, programming and troublshooting of the equipment in the
                                                  manufacturing setting.

    This course introduces students to the proper use of Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machine centers in the
 Manufacturing setting. Topics covered programming codes/manual codes, reading Electrical Industrial Association
(EIA) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) part programs, reaidng conversational part programs.
Loading/storing and activating part programs, too offsets/tool data entry, machine start up, program restarting process
planning for new jobs, work holding devices, installing new tools and entering tool life data, establishing program zero
and entering tool offset data and establishing the safe index point. Various projects will strangthen the proper use and
                             troublshooting of this equipment in the manufacturing setting.

 This course will emphasize the proper use of Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) to qualify and inspect parts for
 various manufacturing processes. Various CMM hands-on projects will strengthen the proper use of this equipment.
  This course will introduce students to Computer Numeric Control (CNC) programming concepts in manufacturing
    settings. Topics covered include calculating and entering program units, understanding advanced programming
 techniques, drilling/grooving/boring canned cycles, machining the first piece for a new program for lathe operations.
 Various projects will strangthen the proper use, programming, troublshooint of this equipment in the manufacturing
                                                        setting.

  This introductory course traces the history of rock and roll from its inception as a fusion of African-American and
 white music traditions amidst the youth culture of post WWII era in America to its present state as an intenationally
 know musical style. This course will develop listinging skills and incorporate extensive exposure to recorded music.

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 This course covers both the Windows Workstation operating system and setting up a peer-to-peer networking using
    Windows Workstation. Topics may include manipuluating the Workstation as a server. Students will install the
  software and setup a network administrator's workstation and printers. Hands-on troubleshooting will be included.
  This course enables students to use penetration-testing tools and techniques that ethical hackers and security testers
  utilize to protect computer networks. Skills and techniques include foot printing, social engineering, port scanning,
enumeration, and cryptography. This course incorporate a labl component in which students practice skills designed to
                                   secure network connections and prevent attacks.

      This course is designed to provide the Web Design and Administration student with a practical experience in
information technology prior to completion of the Assocate of Applied Science degree. The internship is supervised by
       the program coordinator and should be taken during the student's last spring and fall semester on campus.
    This course is structured to provide students with the theoretical framework and practical experience needed to
  become a successful mentor/tutor for a school aged child. This course will be coordinated with area school districts
      and enrollment will be limited by the number of students requiring mentor/tutors. Students must agree to a
 background check, and be willing to follow the policies and procedures necessary to this program and its coordination
                                                   with the school district.
     Teches layout and fitting skills applicable to an industrial welding shop, including reading prints, estimating and
   ordering materials, performing layout and cutting work, and welding procdures applicable to fabricating a finished
  product. Emphasizes problem solving and cooperation within an industrial-like environment. Safety, accuracy and a
                                         commitment to excellence is emphasized.

  This course will provide students with a fundamental understanding of the operation, maintenance and repair of air-
     cooled v-twin engines. Students will focus on engine theory and diagnostics of the entire system application.
   Focuses on completion of all professional portfolio components. Emphasis will be placed on professionalism, self
                                reflection and preparation for professional employment.


     An overview of group counseling theories, methods and skills. Students will obtain the knowledge and skills
  necessary to facilitate counseling groups with clients. Students will practice and demonstrate competency in group
   facilitation skills. Students will also obtain experience as a group member through participating in class sessions.
    This course is designed to meet the practical and hands-on experience that may accompany a special modality or
  rotation. These required shifts will take place in a hospital or clinic setting. It is also designed to apply patient care
  and general knowledge of a spcial modality or rotation. Upon completion the student will gain additional skills and
                                         knowledge in a spcial modality or rotation.




 This course is designed to allow the student to work, generally on campus, in a faculty supervised activity with well-
 defined expectations, activities and outcomes, applying the knowledge and skills from prior learning. This will be a
     coordinated effort between the student, faculty members and the work supervisor involving evaluations and
                                                     assessment.

  This course provides on-the-job experience giving students experience and practical application of the competencies
  learned in their program study. The intership is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry
  professional at the work site. Students must be in the final semester of the program before enrolling in this course.

 This course provides students with an understanding of the facilities and exhibition and design requirements of various
venues as it applies to the Arts. Topics include defining event needs and types of facilities and exhibit options and their
requirements, preparing and following an effective budget, setting and following time sensitive schedules, incorporating
       marketing strategies and communicating with vendors, clients, personnel and others involved in the event.
   This course is an overview of finance, budgeting and contracts in a number of venues, including not-for-profit and
   grant underwriting as it appkied to the Arts. Topics include identifying costs and expenses, developing a budget,
    managing and controlling cash and cash flow, managing various types of contracts and defining sponsorship and
                                                       advertising.
  This course is designed to allow the student to work, generally on campus, in a faculty supervised activity with well-
  defined expectations, activities and outcomes, applying the knowledge and skills from prior learning. This will be a
      coordinated effort between the student, faculty members and the work supervisor involving evaluations and
                                                       assessment.
 This course provides students with a solid foundation in structured programming skills for the solution of engineering
    problems. Students will analyze problems, design solution algorithms, translate the algorithm to Visual BASIC
                                computer code and present the solutions of the problems.



 Focuses on emission controls and evaporative systems. Students learn to use the later Snap-on evaporative emissions
  leak detector. Includes strategies of OBDII non-continuous and continuous minotors, as well as diagnosing engine
performance and emission related failures by performing five gas exhaust system analyses. Students spend a significant
   amount of time perfecting their lab scoping skills, including low amp current ramping and have the opportunity to
                                             perform light customer work.
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 Presents the history and in-depth operation of On-board Diagnostics I and II, including application of the nine modes
   of OBDII. Students learn theory, diagnostics and repair of computerized fuel and ignition systems, including all
 computerized input sensors and actuators. Focuses on the latest Snap-on computerized diagnostic equipment, giving
    students the option to become certified power users of Snap-on's THOS, SOLUS PRO and MODIS diagnostic
                                              scanners and oscilloscopes.
  Introduces a building information modeling CAD program and the process involved in generating a conplete set of
 working drawings. Emphasizes drawing set up, file management, architectural information organization, attention to
detail, converting sketches to CAD, modifying CAD drawings and applying problem-solving skills. Focuses on proper
                                                 use of computer skills.



This course will examine the various management theories and philosophies dealing with employees and organizational
  structure. It will explore the various management and leadership styles commonly utilized within police agencies.
   Areas to be examined include community policing, decision making skills, communication, the training function,
             motivation strategies, working with unions, performance appraisals, and the hiring process.


  This course presents an overview of a profession in commercial still photography. Techniques, assignment types,
expectation, working conditions, types of photography produces used, studio procedures, and equipment requirements
              will be discussed. Simple commercial techniques will be applied in practical assignments.
   This course provides an overview of the professional portrait field. Studio equipment and lighing is emphasized.
  Assignments include the use of professional equipment to complete basic head and shoulder poses to lear the facial
                                      lighting forms used every day in the field.
 This survey of photojournalism as a profession leads to publishable photographs through practical assignments, using
small and medium format cameras. The techniques and working style of outstanding photojournalists are presented in
                                                multi-media programs.

    This course focuses on elements of lighting. Instruction will center on exposure, shadows, artificial lighting, etc.
   This course offers students an introduction to meterology. Topics covered included the earth-atmosphere energy
balance, temperature, humidity, clouds, precipitation, air masses, fronts, weather forecasting, severe weather and global
                                                     climate change.




This course creates an understanding of the fundamentals of sport mechanics to help potential coaches better observe,
   analyze and correct sport technique for increased and safer performance. Students will learn the natural forces,
concepts and theories, which serve as the basis for biomechanics. Kowledge gained from the course will be applied to
                        observe athletes performing skills and make corrections accordingly.


    Hands-on class of industrial systems and maintenance techniques. Areas covered include mechanical systems,
   hydraulic and pneumatics, motor controls, automated manufacturing, simple robotics, equipment lubrication and
   equipment moving. Students will work in groups to learn about and dissemble gearboxes, pumps, cylinders and
               automated machinery to uncover the inner workings and understand how the unit works.




 This course introduces studnets to fields of study about the American Deaf experience in the United States, including
 linguistics, sociology, audiology and psychology. The course exposes students to the historial views of deafness and
 deaf education. Students will be familaized to the controbutions and contemporary lives of Deaf people in America.




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    This course is an introduction to the Quickbooks accouting software package. Students will learn to create a
 company's chart of accounts, enter routine, payroll and month-end transactions, print computer-generated financial
                        statements and executive month-end and year-end closing procedures.
 This course introduces the student to the way light is generated and manipulated. Students will have the change to
 perform basic labs to enhance their understanding of optics and laser beams. Laser industry experts will discuss real
                             world applications and the future of the photonics industry.


  This course explores and defines renewable fuel sources, production and distribution. Students learn the basics of
   conventional and cellulosic ethanol production. Plant equipment and operations and chemical plant controls and
            instrumentation are introduced, as well as regulations and environmental aspect of biodiesel.

  This course explores and defines process and analysis chemistry as related to the renewable fuels industry including
       production and distribution. Renewable fuel processing plants are common to the College's service area.
      Understanding renewable fuels chemicl processes are important to maintaining the areas interests and needs.
   This course introduces students to the temperature, pressure, level and flow measurements and the application of
 instruments to the process. Students learn to analyze materials, maintain safety systems and the role communication
                                                and transmission plays.

   This course explores and defines renewable fuel sources, production and distrucution. Students gain knowledge of
  proper water treatment processes in boilder systems. They apply pre-treatment concepts to water systems and water
     treatment and energy techniques to boiler systems and test for various parameters of water quality and treatment.
    In this course the individual will learn the components and related equipment necessary to safely operate basic low
  pressue steam and hot water systems. The student can earn 500 hours of work experience towards obtaining a Third
  Class Boiler Operators license for The City of Sioux City. The City requires a total of 2000 hrs in order to qualify to
                                                        take the exam.
In this course students will learn the components and related equipment necessary to safely operate high pressue steam
   and hot water systems. The student can earn another 500 hrs of work experience (for a total of 1000 hrs, including
 Steam Plant I) toward obtaining a Third Class Boiler Operators license. Additional hours are needed to qualify for the
                                                             exam.
      In this course students learn how energy is managed through the use of plant/building automation systems. The
concepts which are utilized by these systems are studied and indentifies. Students compare and contrast different types
  of control strategies and equipment utilized in achieving a more cost efficient building complex. They also learn how
the different systems function and how they communicate vita information which personnel can use for effective energy
                                                         management.
    This course will introduce the students to the funamentals of electricity. Electrical topics will include AC and DC
       theory. Ohm's Law, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Power Generation, Motors and Transformers. This course
                          emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with energized circuits.

This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to fundamentals of PLCs including programming, in
        a non-intimidating manner. Inputs, outputs, communications, as well as troubleshooting are covered.

 This course will introduce the students to the fundamentals of symbols, diagrams, equipment and methods used in the
 design and application of motor control circuits. Thie course emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with
                                                    energized circuits.
   This course defines the OSH Act as it applies to an employer engaged in a business affecting commerce who has
       employees. It further defines that the OSH Act applies to employers and employees in such varied fiels as
  manfacturing, construction, agriculture as well as renewable fueld processing plants to name a few. Renewable fuel
processing plants are common to the College's service area. Understanding the required safety practices for working in
                        this industry are important to maintaining the areas interests and needs.




 This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to shop skills including tool identification and proper
    usage, precision measuring, use of power tools and lifts, and related shop equipment. Students will also become
  familiar with shop manuals and all OSHA Safety guidelines and EPA regulations related to working in a Motorcycle
                                              Power Sports repair business.
This course will provide students with fundamental understanding of the operation, maintenance and repair of small gas
             engines. Students will focus on engine theory and diagnostics of the entire system application.
   This course will provide students with the theory behind manual and automatic drive systems and transmissions in
 motorcycles and ATV's. Students will discover the fundamental components and theory of operation which make up
most drive systems. Learning will include maintenance and adjustment of clutches and repair of automatic and manual
                                                      transmissions.
 This course will introduce students to the wide variety of wheels and tires on motorcycles and ATV's. Students will
    be expected to identify flaws in wheels and tires and to make repairs. Safe operation of mounting and balancing
                                              equipment will be emphasized.
     This course will allow students to prepare for a state-recognized motorcycle license. Students will learn basic
                               inspection procedures as well as mchine setup and assembly.

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This course will provide the student with an overview of the entire fuel and electrical systems essential in the operation
 of an engine. Students will identify components commont to most engine carburetors and ignition sytems. Common
     electrical component and fuel system failures will be emphasized to introduce the student to basic diagnostics.
  This course will allow student to become proficient in maintaining and repairing motorcycle suspension and brake
systems. Students will learn to align, adjust and repair suspension systems. Students will repair or replace brake pads
                                                       and drums.

   Students will continue studying the first-year skills they have learned via an on-the-job experience. A coordinated
    effort between the student, WTICC faculty and a work supervisor will be needed for the experiential activities.
   This course is a continuation of manual and automic drive systems and transmissions for motorcycles and ATV's.
 Students will further develop their skills in inspecting, diagnosing and repairing drive systems and transmissions. Labs
 will include the student becoming familiar with the variations and differences of individual makes of motorcycles and
                                                            ATV's.

   This course will focus on the maintenance and repair of the mechanical systems of the engine. Lab will include the
  diagnosis, repair or replacement of worn components. Testing equipment and procedures will be utilized to identify
               engine faults or potential failures related to carburetors, valves compression and cyclinders.
 This course will allow students to continue with improving their diagnostics and repair skills on Motorcycle engines.
 Students will perform additional tune-ups and overall machine performance. Computer diagnostics and speciality test
                                                equipment will be introduced.
     This course will allow studnets to continue with improving their diagnostics and repair skills on ATV engines.
 Students will perform additional tune-ups and overall machine performance. Computer diagnostics and specialty test
                                                equipment will be introduced.
     Students will be introduced to the essential elements of managing a motorcycle/ATV shop including inventory,
                       ordering scheduling, customer service, safety and basic accounting practices.

   Studnets will be introduced to the basic operations of a machine lathe, mill, drill press and cuttting equipment. An
       understanding of safe and proper setup and operations will be the primary emphasis of the lab experience.




 This course uses Extensible Hyper-Text Markup Language (XHTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and JacaScript
  to create custome web pages. In this course you will study webpage and website site design, and the integration of
 graphics, sound animation, and other multi-media into web sites. You will work with text, graphics, links, navigation,
               tables, forms and layers. You will also learn to add interactivity with behaviors and styles.




   This course traces the historical, philosophical and legal deaprtment of the juvenile justice systems in the US and
          examines the various stages of the juvenile process and crtical issues currently facing the system.
    This course is a study of the basic concepts of chemical dependency and society. Emphasis will be placed on
 understanding chemical dependency by examaning the socio-cultural patterns of dependency at the micro, mezzo and
                                                      macro levels.


  This course offers specialized study in specific areas relating to the student's major under the supervision of a faculty
                             member and may not duplicate any course already in the catalog.
Cooperative Work Experience will integrate classroom theory with on-the-job training. The college will assist a
student in securing employment which will be related to the student's major field of study and/or career interests.
Under the supervision of the college and employer, the student participates in job training experiences. Students may
take Cooperative Work Experience for up to a maximum of eight credit hours.
    Students will produce a weekly TV newscast that will be aired on MET12. Students will write, shoot, edit and
    produce a news program for the local community. Students will learn all aspects of the TV news business from
                                  generating story ideas to final postproduction editing.

Join a running crew backstage to build and operate all the technical elements of production. No experience necessary -
                                           we will teach you all you need to know.
   Production Assignment credit for production position with the local high school, local community theater, regional
                                            professional theater or firm company.
 Intended to develop student's abilities to define leadership as it relates to entrprenuerial endeavors. Students will both
                  learn about leadership theory and application and develop their own leadership skills.
   An introduction to the basic concepts of physics. Includes elementary topics from mechanics, properties of mater,
heat, sound, electricity, magnetism and light. Emphasizes a conceptual understanding of basic principles in the everday
                                                          experience.
   This class with allow sophmore students to continue learning the basics of athletic training by focusing more about
  anatomy and physiology of the human body. Students will also be learning how to accomplish an injury evaluation,
   assessment, and also treatment plans. Therefore each studnet should feel confident to cover practices/games as an
                        athletic training student, with supervision of the Certified Athletic Trainer.


 The student will learn the processes and procedures of backstage organization and management in order to be a stage
                                          manger for theater and firm production.
  If you can dream it, you can draft it! Join us to explore pencil and computer drafting for the entertainment industry.
11/9/201111:00 PM Emphasis will be placed on drawings required for theatrical set design.
  Learn how to map out a light plot for television and theater production. Pencil drafting and computer aided drafting
                                instruction for Vectorworks Spotlight and Lightwire software.
  If you have ever wanted to design lighting for a rock concert, a play or for television lighting setups. Introduction to
                      programming and mechanics for robotic lighting and project systems for the stage.
    Principles of lighting design for thrust, arena, dance, opera, concert and television lighting setups. Introduction to
                     programming and mechanics for robot lighting and projection systems for the stage.
   Introduction to sound engineering for application to theatre and concert production. This course will cover sound
                              reinforcement, playback and recording techniques for the theater.
  Learn how to build those fantastic sets you see for a Broadway show or a community theater production. This class
  will teach you all the basics to the mechanics and principles of set design for box sets and scenery for the proscenium
                                                              stage.
 Introduction to the mechanics and principles of set design for unit sets, multiple unit sets for proscenium, arena, thrust
              and found space set installations. Emphasis placed on scenic modeling and moving techniques.
                  Introduction to prop organization, management and basic prop construction techniques.
        Advanced prop making techniques of upholstery, molds and casting techniques, faux finishes and furniture
                                                          construction.
 The student will fulfill a crew head position in technical theater for the summer repertory program and be a member of
                  the production build team for the summer program. This is a summer intensive program
          The development of additional mathematical skills necessary to work in the field of Mechanical Design.
 A problem solving apprach to algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Topics include polynomial and rational functions,
  coordinate systems and graphing, systems of equations, angles, perimeter and area, trigonometric functions, inverses
                                       and identifies, vectors exponents and logarithms.
      Instruction/laboratory procedures for engine repair diagnosis, removal, disassembly, inspection, overhaul and
              reassembly of automotive and/or light truck engines according to manufacturer's specifications
Instruction in diagnosis, maintenance and overhaul of major automatic transmissions and transaxles in various makes of
                                                          automobiles.
      Instruction/laboratory service procedures for inspection, adjustments, alignment, repair and/or replacement of
                                              suspension and steering components.
      Instruction in the theory and operating principles of drum, disc, hydraulic and anti lock brake systems (ABS).
   Laboratory procedures for inspecting, testing, diagnosing, repairing and/or replacing conventional, power and ABS
                                                  brake systems components.
     Instruction in the theory and operating principles of automotive computerized engine control systems and other
       advanced electronic systems with emphasis on utilizing relevant vehicle data and service information, lab and
                     oscilloscopes, DVOMs, and scan tools to test/diagnose/repair system malfunctions.




 This course introduces studnets to a fun, low-impact, cardiovascular workout using spin bicycles to improve current
        health and fitness levels. Music will motivate you while you enjoy hills, flats, intervals, sprints and more.
Pilates is an activity-based course designed to improve one's core strength, tone muscles, increase flexibility and reduce
                                                          stress.




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  This course teaches students to analyze such global forms of popular culture as music, films, tv, fashion, advertising,
           and everyday objects from a scholarly, cross cultural perspective. Hihgly interdisciplinary course.
 This course includes current social media formats in order for students to investigate the application of social media in
     the communication strategies of various entities. Students will pay special attention to the differences between
   traditional and new media as well as how social media can beused to enhance or eliminate a traditional method of
                                                  reaching an audience.

Disc golf is a low-cost, lifetime sport activity that people of all ability levels can play and enjoy. The class will focus on
                                         throwing skills, game rules and etiquette.

  This course introduces students to the hands-on techniques and procedures used to propagate both mammalian and
 plant tissue. Hands-on activities will include growing tissue on various growth mediums, T-Flasks, roller bottles and
                 microcarriers. Tissue viability, staining, preserving and counting will also be covered.

  This course offers an overview of the varios Arts venue as a source of entertainment, enrichment, and fulfillment. It
   provides a framework for designing and implementing strategies for participation in the Arts, and increasing public
             access and exposure to the arts and their benefits at both the individual and community levels.




This course prepares students to use modern photographic tools to get the most from their images. Emphasis is placed
 on digital tools and processes that are comparable to traditional darkroom techniques and working style of outstanding
11/9/201111:00 PM                 photojournalists are presented in mult-media programs.
Mastering Microsoft Word can make you a more productive and creative teacher. Throughout this course, you'll learn
to create, open, edit, and save documents, as well as create tabs and margins, change alignment and line spacing, add
clip art and tables, and complete a host of other exciting tasks. As you get more familiar with this program, you?ll find
that it enhances your teaching in ways you didn?t think possible. Join us on this exciting journey into Microsoft Word.
Online course. P/Q grading
This course offers a learning experience in conjunction with a specific business topic. Instruction and readings relate to
and supplement the selected topic. The course will include class presentations, business projects and development of
This course is a plans related to the topic.
specific businesscontinuation of BUS:945 Seminar in Business I. Advanced readings and additional projects related to
a specific business topic will provide the student with detailed knowledge in an area of marketing, management,



              Introduces the basic elements of cash grain marketing and then introduces futures markets.
 Theory of automotive and light truck steering and suspension systems; covers design, operation, diagnosis, repair and
                                                        adjustment.
     Diagnosis, repair and adjustment of electronic engine controls, including ignition, emission and fuel systems.
 How to use WordPerfect to create professional looking form letters, envelopes, mailing labels and spreadsheets. Also
includes crreating styles, tables of contents, indexes and web pages using Corel internet Publisher. Online Course. P/Q
                                                          grading.

How to increase search engine ranking for web sites; strategies to achieve a top-ten position with major search engines.
Includes access to monitoring positions, marketing techniques and may include a one-year subscription to a newsletter.
                  Creating and modifying documents with Microsoft Works software. Online Course.




   Continues Web content development and interactivity using Flash, Illustrator and Photoshop as the primary tools.
Explores intermedia video editing and enhancement using Adobe Premier and After Effects. Requires working through
  Web content scenarios and developing Web design layouts, navigation interactivity, Web animations and multimedia
       applications. Interactive content and design are used in students final Graphic Communication portfolio.
 Emphasizes current trends in management and upper-level management concepts such as planning, organizing, leading
    and controlling. Provides a career component that focuses on employment tools, tips, preparation and industry
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   Continues instruction on PHP programming language for building Web-based structure. Focuses on the object-
oriented method of the PHP programming language as students create reusable assets and modular systems for use on
the Web site project. Emphasis SQL quiery knowledge and application. Develops knowledge of Apache Web server
                              management through work with a local Apache server.

This course is designed to refine business writing and reading techniques and focuses on what is expected from today's
business personnel. This course is designed to aid the student in developing the skills and materials necessary to obtain
  employment and to emphasize the development of characteristics associated with job success. Due to the nature of
 this class, it is imperative that students be at least sophomore status. Ideally, students should take this course in their
                        final semester or at least no earlier than two semesters before they graduate.




   This course uses a design development process while enriching technical and engineering problem-solving skills.
   Using technology systems and manufacturing processing, students find out how math, science and technolgy help
  This course teaches applied logic through work with electronic circuitry, which students also construct and test for




       Provides an in-depth analysis of the changes that occur in the human body as a result of disease or injury.
   Pathophysiologic concepts and common alterations occurring in the body systems will be defined and discussed.
 Interrelationships between risk factors, clinical signs, disease processes and medical treatment of common alterations
                                  will be analyzed. Prerequisites: BIO168 & BIO173


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      This course is designed for the non-native, English-speaking student who plans to enter a healthcare focused
 educational program. Students will learn career specific professional and colloquial English to improve the receiving
and sending of messages in healthcare courses, the educational practicum setting, as well as in the professional clinical
  setting. Speaking, writing, and reading skills will be integrated. The course content is designed to help the student
better understand cultural implications when learning about and providing healthcare in the United States to a diverse
             population. Prerequisite: Minimum score of 94 on the ESL Test in COMPASS and BIO733




Covers the physiology and anatomy of the mare and stallion. Includes breeding management of both mare and stallion.
 Reviews common fertility problems in both. Discusses and identifies causes of absorption and abortion in the mare.
            Identifies common techniques used in equine repreoduction, including artificial insemination.
    Beginning anatomy and physiology with veterinary equine clinical emphasis. Provides the basis for a study of
                       conformaion, production and pathological process of diseases in horses.




 This course is intended for the student with very little or no sewing experience who would like to learn the basics of
sewing. The course includes contraction of two or more simple garments and/or projects. Students are encouraged to
to provide their own sewing machine and are required to furnish their own sewing kit (straight pins, tape measure, pin
  cushion, hand-sewing needles/sharps, seam ripper, small scissors for trimming, sewing gauge) as well as fabric and
                                         notions to complete projects. Pass/Fail




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This course is designed to give student a basic awareness of various types of industrial circuits and DC and AC theory.
The student will learn electrical symbols and the construction of ladder diagrams. Further, they will receive hands-on
training with motor controls, using both relay and solid state logic




Weekly examination of topics relevant to the business internship experience, sharing workplace problems encountered
and the solutions to address those problems. This course also covers aspects of the job search process and preparing
for the employment interview. (P/F) Prerequisite: Instructor Permission Corequisite: BUS 932




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An introduction to literature through major genres such as poetry, drama, and fiction. This course will focus on
helping students develop skills for reading, interpreting, and critique through group discussion, oral presentation and
writing.
A lecture and laboratory course designed to increase knowledge, understanding, and skill techniques involved in weight
training. This course is a continuation of Weight Training I (PEA-187), and will incorporate flexibility training,
balance and coordination, and speed and agility training.
The content of this course will cover anatomy and physiology of the human body focusing on the muscular, skeletal,
and the cardiovascular systems. This course focuses on the application of the skeletal and neuromuscular systems to
human movement, with special attention to the attachments and actions of the muscles. This course is for students
interested in a field in exercise science such as: personal training, strength and conditioning, athletic training, fitness,
wellness, and physical education.
Identification and programming of physical activities and nutrition lifestyle practices. Emphasis on the role of physical
activity and nutrition in the enhancement of health and fitness in others. Integration of experiential learning activities
with cognitive subject matter.




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Provides guided, step-by-step instruction on using computer software to develop artistic graphics and computer
Introduces photo manipulation using Adobe Photoshop CS4 for interior design applications.
Introduces basic accounting concepts and procedures, including financial statement preparation. Focuses on




This course will cover the concepts of virtual machines and virtualization software. Topics will include installing and
configuring virtualization software as well as running multiple cooperating systems through virtual machines. NET-
304 is going to be a Prereq OR Coreq.




This course is a continuation of the Surgical Technology series. In this course the students will gain knowledge of
specific surgeries related to the disease processes. This lecture class will give the students an opportunity to learn
about new technology within the surgery arena. Suturing and knot tying will also be presented.

Examines the profound difference between management and leadership in the hotel industry. Utilizes case studies to
explore power and empowerment, quality management, high-performance teams, ethics and various management
philosophies. Requires utilization of competencies mastered in previous course work within the Hotel Management
program as students participate in The Hotel’s Manager on Duty (MOD) program. Students must be flexible in
assuming MOD shifts which will encompass evenings, weekend and overnights
 Culminates the Web Technologies AAS degree. Applies the full Web development cylce by pairing the students with
                                    real-world clients to create and launch a Web Site.




Extension of basic algebraic properties and techniques. Includes real number properties polynomials, factoring, rational
expressions, logarithm, and exponents, first and second degree equations and inequalities, functions, and graphing.
Alliance Course
Alliance Course
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Alliance Course
Deals with current recommended practices and economics of oats, wheat and forage production including varieties,
seeding, control of weeds, harvesting and storage of legumes and grasses.




This course will teach the basic photographic skills needed to create publishable news photographs using 35 mm film
and digital cameras as well as basic photographic skills needed to create photographs for advertising use and basic
crime scene photography. Prerequisite: JOU-171

The course will train you in editing copy in Associated Press style. You will review punctuation, spelling of problem
words, and many other editing difficulties. You will practice the art of critical thinking when reading newspapers. If
you are a good copy editor, you will be a good writer. This course will prepare you to be a good journalistic writer
through the editing process. As a professional writer, your work must be completed with attention to every detail and
this course will help to hone these necessary skills. In the professional world, errors can end careers
This course provides a basic understanding of the principles of clinical quality measurement, TQM/CQI, effective
management practices and evidence-based medicine. It covers the tools of health care quality management and the
organizational context in which management practices are applied. Student will learn how systems can be used to
improve organizational performance.

Introduces the Web Technology industry, including career opportunities and industry-standard tools for web design
and development. Explores current web design applications, such as Adope Photoshop and Dreamweaver, as well as
current trends in the industry as they relate to technology use and design techniques. Students gain insight necessary to
choose a specialization area within the Web Technologies degree.




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 This fundamental course will cover all aspects of knife skills, knife safety, basic knowledge of fruit and vegetables, as
      well as stock, hot and cold sause making, and general kitchen skill developmetn in the preparation of foods.
   This fundament course will present the student with basic landscape principles that can be utilized in a residential
       setting. Topics covered will include an introduction to landscape design, basic landscape construction, an
understanding of different plants to incorporate into different landscape settings, and maitenance techniques to ensure a
                                           long-lasting landscape environment.




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Learn to design and implement iPhone applications from concept through completion, then post them in iTunesand let
                                                  the downloads begin.
This course introduces students to the interdependent fields of civil engineering and architecture; students learn project
                                      planning, site planning, and building design.
   This course allows credit to be granted to a student for experiential learning gained through work experience or
          personal study which can be validated through an assessment procedure developed by the College.

pairs with BIO-177 Human Anatomy to offer a learning environment to encourage and to inform pre-health care
science students to become active learners independently as well as in a group setting. In sixteen sessions, learning
strategies will be applied to the study of Human Anatomy: organization, time management, preparation of study tools,
note taking, reading the college textbook, test taking, and organizing a study group.
pairs with BIO-180 Human Physiology to offer a learning environment to encourage and to inform pre-health care
science students to become active learners independently as well as in a group setting. In sixteen sessions, learning
strategies will be applied to the study of Human Physiology: organization, time management, preparation of study
tools, development of critical thinking skills, note taking, reading the college textbook, exploration of additional
informational resources, test taking, and organization of a study group that continues beyond the time frame of this
course.




A course concerned with basic fundamentals of interpreting drafting as applied in the welding trade. Emphasis is placed
on developing the ability to interpret blueprints from which the welder must work. Special emphasis is place on lines,
views, material descriptions, welding layouts, welding symbols and terms. as tool usage, layout methods and material
This course develops the skills needed in a manufacturing atmosphere such
estimation.


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This course provides a thorough technical understanding of metallurgy, oxyacetylene welding, flame cutting and
brazing fundamentals and develops skills necessary to produce high quality fillet and square groove welds in 3/16"
plate. Students will develop understanding of weld hazards and safety procedures throughout the course.
This course provides a thorough technical understanding of shielded metal arc welding fundamentals, weld hazards and
weld safety, power sources and electrode selection. Provides ample time and direction to develop skills necessary to
make high quality welds on 16 gauge to ¼" mild steel in all positions.
An advanced course designed to develop skills, integrity, and confidence necessary to pass skill tests on pre-qualified
joints on plate and structural steel as required of code welding by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and
American Welding Society. The course also includes information relating to air-arc cutting and gouging, procedures
and welder qualifications, testing of welds and metals identification. Prerequisite: Intro to Shielded Metal Arc Welding
or equivalent.

This course provides a technical understanding of the gas metal arc welding process, power sources and adjustment,
metal transfer, shielding gases and weld safety. It also develops skills necessary to produce high quality welds of
1/16"at 3/8" mild steel in all positions. Students will develop skills necessary to produce and bend-test single vee
groove welds on 3/8" carbon steel in all positions according to American Welding Society code requirements.
Provides thorough technical understanding of the flux cored arc welding process including adjustment and operation of
power source, types of arc shielding, and safe operating procedure. Quality welds are produced on 3/8" to 1" carbon
steel in all positions.
              provides a to give students advanced theory and skills in gas metal arc welding. Emphasis is on safety,
This course is designedthorough technical understanding of the TIG (Heliarc) process including metal characteristics,
electrode, filler metals, and shielding gases with emphasis on weld safety and procedures.
Develops skills necessary for making high quality all position welds on schedule 10 to schedule 40 carbon steel pipe;


This course provides student opportunities to analyze of video monitoring systems, fire alarm, intruder alarm systems
and various imaging systems including laser printers, copiers, fax machines, scanners, monitors, cameras, LCD displays
This course provides students document feeders and sorters.
and related accessories such aspractice in the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of various security systems
as well as experience in troubleshooting, servicing, and repairing copiers, laser printers, fax machines, scanners, and

This course covers two major areas of microcomputers and microprocessors. The first is an investigation of the
specific architecture of microprocessors and fundamental microcomputer hardware. The second area is software and is
concerned with the assembly level and high level instructions for common routines and program structures. The course
includes hands-on practice programming and interfacing microcontroller devices. Students will participate in a
minimum of four 2-hour job-shadowing experiences which may takecourseoutside of regular class time. food and
For Culinary Arts/Hospitality Careers non-majors, this introductory place involves flavor profiles of both
wine with a focus on culinary principles.
This course is an introduction to the grape and wine industry in short-season regions and worldwide. It investigates
grape origins and growth habit, the vineyard factors that can impact wine quality, the process of fruit development,
terroir, & grower-winery relations. Prior to taking this course students should have a basic understanding of grape
production. is an introduction to selecting and preparing successful vineyard sites, cultivar selection, and trellis
This course
installation.
This course is an introduction to vineyard training systems, economics of vineyards, and cultural practices for non-
bearing vineyards. Prior to taking this course students should have a basic understanding of vineyard site selection,
grape cultivars, and trellis installation. and the canopy management of bearing vineyards. Prior to taking this course
This course is an introduction to pruning
students should have a basic understanding of vineyard establishment leading up to the years of vineyard fruit

This course is an introduction to vineyard crop management, fertilization, harvest issues, and the sale of grapes. Prior
to taking this course students should have a basic understanding of vineyard establishment leading up to the years of
vineyard fruit production, and an understanding of the pruning and canopy management of bearing vineyards.
This course is an introduction to the identification of vineyard pests, the factors that impact successful infections and
methods of vineyard scouting. This course will in part assist in preparing students to take the test for a commercial
pesticide applicator’s license. Prior to taking this course students should have a basic understanding of vineyard
establishment and the management of mature vineyards.

This course is an introduction to the different methods of controlling vineyard pests, the different products available for
pest control, developing a pest control program, proper pesticide application, safety concerns and the rules and
regulations involved with pesticide application. This course in part will assist in preparing students to take the test for
a commercial pesticide applicator’s license. Prior to taking this course students should have a basic understanding of
vineyard establishment, management of mature vineyards and the life cycles of vineyard pests.
This course presents introductory information on wine regions. Prerequisite: VIN 150
Students will investigate the role of a wine program in a restaurant context and implement wine service principles for
formal dining experiences.
This course relates information required to assist students in pursuing the Introductory Sommelier accreditation.
Prerequisite: VIN 150 and instructor permission
This course will investigate the grape varieties and wine styles produced throughout the world. Prerequisite VIN 150
or instructor permission
This course relates information required to assist students who are pursuing the Certified Sommelier accreditation.
Prerequisite: VIN 150 and instructor permission.




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Explores various settings in interpreting. Ethical decision making skills and interpersonal relations as they apply to the
                               professional interpreting field are examined and analyzed.




                                               was Food Production I (lab)



                                           was Dining Room Techniques (lec)
                                           was Dining Room Techniques (lab)
                                             was Dining Management (lec)

                                                     was HCM 270
                                          was Introduction to Wines and Spirits
                                            was Introduction to Hospitality I
                                          was Hospitality Events and Catering

This course provides opportunities for students to learn techniques of golf course management and operation. Proper
construction of specific golf course areas such as: greens, tees, bunkers are studied. Basic golf course design is
presented. Budgets, irrigation, maintenance and integrated pest management programs are presented.




 This outline is a survey of the basic principles of business law as they relate to funeral service. Especially stressed are
  the bodies of law and the judicial system found in the United States of America including contracts, sales, bailment
                 (including carriers), commercial paper, agency, employment, and business organization.
      Students will trace the history of funeral service from ancient times through practices with emphasis on the
development of funeral practices in the United States, to include current practices in funeral service, and contemporary
                                              issues effecting funeral service.




   Applies accounting, economic principles and budgeting to the organization and management of a equine business.
 Includes risk and uncertainty, precautions and adjustments, size of business, capital acquisition and control, as well as
                            herd, pasture, machinery and labor management considerations.


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Explores an emerging new form of literature, what some have simply called in the past ―comic books‖. These texts are
complex visual-textual artifacts, addressing issues on identity, gender, race, religion, politics, and history. The course
will study the evolution of the graphic novel, from the ―funnies‖ to a respected form. Literary techniques and theories
will be used to analyze the multiple genres of the graphic novel (adventure, non-fiction, fiction, mystery, fantasy,
horror, superhero, sci-fi). Special emphasis will be placed on image reading, exploring visual language and rhetoric –
an important 21st Century skill.


Provides an overview of advanced Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) topics. Explores sequencing and
notation software with an emphasis on the MIDI and digital audio components. Includes sample libraries, groove clips,
soft synths, MIDI/audio/video synchronization, electronic keyboards and signal processors. Students create original
compositions with Sonar sequencing and Finale notation programs

Focuses on effective approaches and positive guidance strategies for supporting the development of all children.
Emphasizes supportive interactions and developmentally appropriate environments. Development of self-control in
children is stressed.
Reviews typical and atypical development of children from conception to adolescence in all developmental domains.
Presents interactions between child, family and society within a variety of community and cultural contexts. Examines
theories associated with our understanding of children.
Focuses on the development, implementation and assessment of appropriate environments and curricula for young
children ages 3-8. Students prepare to utilize developmentally appropriate practices in a context of family and culturally
sensitive care. Emphasis is on understanding children's developmental stages and developing appropriate learning
opportunities, interactions and environments in the following areas: dramatic play, art, music, fine and gross motor
play.
Focuses on the development, implementation and assessment of appropriate environments and curricula for young
children ages 3-8. Students prepare to utilize developmentally appropriate practices in a context of family and culturally
sensitive care. Emphasis is on understanding children's developmental stages and developing appropriate learning
opportunities, interactions and environments in the following areas: math, science, technology, language arts and social
studies. the critical relationship of family members to one another and of the Child Care Associate to members of the
Explores
family. Multicultural relationships will be explored as well as an introduction to the changing role and structure in
Focuses on care, education and assessment of children from birth to thirty-six months. Prepares students to utilize
developmentally appropriate practices including responsive care giving, routines as curriculum, importance of
relationships with diverse families, and a focus on the whole child in inclusionary settings.
Introduces design concepts and fundamental skills through studio exercises. Explores design elements such as shape,
value, texture, color, line, space and mass. Students generate creative ideas and employ a variety of media and
materials to gain visual sensitivity through practical experience.

This course is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to obtain a greater understanding of a topic in this
subject. The student will go beyond what is covered and expected in other classes of this discipline. The student will
plan and complete an Honors project or research paper for the course. The specifics of the Honors project or paper
will be contracted with the instructor and the Honors Committee at beginning of the semester.

This course is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to obtain a greater understanding of a topic in this
subject. The student will go beyond what is covered and expected in other classes of this discipline. The student will
plan and complete an Honors project or research paper for the course. The specifics of the Honors project or paper
will be contracted with the instructor and the Honors Committee at beginning of the semester.

In this course students will be exposed to many facets of the wind industry. This course will cover the history and
development of the wind industry, terminology used in the industry, types and applications of various wind turbines,
environmental and economic issues of the wind industry, the future of the wind industry, and other appropriate topics.
This course will serve as an introduction to the generation of electrical power with a wind turbine generator and the
transfer of that power through a local transmission system to a substation and distribution system. This course will
cover all aspects of working with components of a high voltage transmission system.




This course is designed to supplement Introduction to Printing Methods class. In this course, students will obtain the
necessary production knowledge required to take a project from concept to print including the overview of the printing
process, digital imaging, color management and more. Students will use software to construct basic project to be
printed. Co-requisite: GRT 400




 To provide student with an overview of the history and development of the court system in the United States. This
course deals with the courts at the federal, state, and county level, explaining the operation of the courts, the selection
                             process for judges, and the limit of jurisdiction of each court.
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   The standard curriculum of the Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC)was developed by the Emergency Nurses
    Association (ENA)to provide the learner with the necessary knowledge to function effectively in a written and
psychomotor evaluation of trauma nursing skills for emergency resuscitation. Prerequisites: This course is intended for
   licensed registered nurses with a recommended 6 months of clinical nursing experience in an emergency setting.
     Dosage Calculations emphasizes the basic math skills and dosage calculations required of nurse professionals.

Concepts in Pharmacology introduces the student to concepts of drug actions and interactions. This course focuses on
                 the principles of pharmacology and commonly utilized classifications of medications.
  Practical Nursing I introduces the beginning practical nursing student to the concepts of human needs, the nursing
   process, and caring utilizing theory and lab practice. The roles of the practical nurse as (1) provider of care, (2)
                   coordinator of care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing will be explored.
Practical Nursing I Clinical will allow the beginning practical nursing student to meet human needs utilizing the nursing
  process and displaying caring behaviors. The student will demonstrate the following roles (1) provider of care, (2)
 coordinator of care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing while caring for stable, noncomplex clients in a long
                                                    term care setting.

 Practical Nursing II continues to examine the concepts of human needs, the nursing process, and caring. The roles of
  the practical nurse as (1) provider of care, (2) coordinator of care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing will
         continue to be discussed by exploring disease processes and human needs of the adult and older adult.

Practical Nursing II Clinical allows the practical nursing student to meet human needs utilizing the nursing process and
displaying caring behaviors. The student will demonstrate the following roles (1) provider of care, (2) coordinator of
 care, and (3) member of the discipline of nursing while caring for stable, noncomplex clients in an acute care setting.

Practical Nursing III completes the practical nursing student’s exploration of the concepts of human needs, the nursing
process, and caring. The roles of the practical nurse as (1) provider of care, (2) coordinator of care, and (3) member of
      the discipline of nursing will be concluded by exploring the areas of family nursing and mental health nursing.
 Concepts of leadership, management, and professional development will be explored. Obtaining licensure, continuing
                  education, and finding employment will be discussed for the practical nursing graduate.
This course is designed to assist the student in transitioning into the role of an entry level practical nurse. Students will
   work with a preceptor to plan, implement, and evaluate care to assigned patients in a long term care setting. The
 student will demonstrate positive communication skills and begin to work as an effective member of the discipline of
                                                           nursing.
Success in Nursing prepares the nursing student for completion of the Associate Degree Nursing program. The student
   will explore the history of nursing to gain further insight into the profession. Emphasis is on maintaining a positive
 attitude, developing efficient study skills, time management, organizational tips, and establishing effective test taking
   strategies. The student will be introduced to: use of the computer, library services, APA format, and principles of
                                      research and information retrieval via the internet.

 Introduction to Nursing Concepts introduces concepts of caring, human needs, and the nursing process. The roles of
 the registered nurse as provider of care, manager of care, and member of the profession of nursing will be introduced.
           Concepts of critical thinking and evidence based practice will be integrated throughout the course.

  Introduction to Nursing Concepts Lab introduces the student to beginning nursing skills. The roles of the nurse as
     provider of care, manager of care, and member of the profession of nursing will be explored. The student will
   demonstrate nursing skills such as: sterile glove placement, catheter insertion, sterile dressing changes, vital signs,
    assessment, nasogastric tube placement, medication administration and intravenous placement. The student will
                 discuss and demonstrate problem solving strategies and care associated with each skill.

  Basic Concepts in Medical Surgical Nursing provides an overview of the principles of care for individuals throughout
   the lifespan. This course is designed to expand and build upon the skills and knowledge acquired in Introduction to
   Nursing Concepts. Concepts of caring, human needs and the nursing process will be further explored. Emphasis is
 placed on the care of a variety of clients in all stages of development. Critical thinking and evidence based practice will
   be integrated throughout the course. Specific topics include: oxygenation, stress/homeostasis, immunity, infection,
               vaccinations, pain/comfort, medical/surgical asepsis, cultural competence and palliative care.
  Basic Concepts in Medical Surgical Nursing Clinical utilizes the nursing skills in caring for individuals throughout the
   lifespan. This course builds upon the skills and knowledge acquired in Introduction to Nursing Concepts Lab. The
     nurse’s role as provider of care, manager of care and member of the profession of nursing will be explored as the
student cares for a variety of clients in a medical-surgical clinical setting. Cultural diversity and issues related to end of
life care are addressed. Critical thinking skills and evidence based practice are utilized in the clinical setting when caring
                                                           for clients.

Advanced Concepts in Medical Surgical Nursing further builds upon the core concepts of caring, human needs, and the
nursing process. The student will learn to care for clients in all stages of development who require increasingly complex
 nursing interventions and skills. Critical thinking and evidence based practice will be integrated throughout the course.
  Specific topics include: oxygenation, perfusion, digestion, elimination, metabolism, intracranial regulation, mobility,
                                 cellular regulation, sensory, fluid, and electrolyte balance.
Advanced Concepts in Medical Surgical Nursing Clinical builds upon the role of the nurse as provider of care, manager
of care, and member of the profession of nursing. The student cares for a variety of clients in all stages of development
 requiring increasingly complex nursing interventions and skills. Critical thinking skills and evidence based practice are
                                   utilized in the clinical setting when caring for clients.
    Mental Health Nursing Concepts focuses on the nursing process utilized in assessment, health promotion, illness
       prevention, crisis, and mental illness. Current issues related to mental health problems across the lifespan in
                                          multicultural populations will be explored.

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Mental Health Nursing Concepts Clinical develops the nursing skills necessary to provide individualistic care to clients
  experiencing mental health problems. The nurse’s role as provider of care, manager of care, and member of the
  profession of nursing will be explored as the student cares for a variety of clients with psychiatric needs. Critical
        thinking skills and evidence based practice are utilized in the clinical setting when caring for clients.

  Care of the Aging Adult provides an overview on the principles of aging. This course increases the ability of an entry
level nurse in assessment, management and collaboration of care for a diverse aging population. Specific topics include
   physiologic changes, polypharmacy, advanced directives, safety, nutrition, social functioning, and end of life issues.
  Care of the Aging Adult Nursing Clinical further addresses the competencies needed when caring for a diverse aging
    population. The nurse’s role as provider of care, manager of care and member of the profession of nursing will be
 explored as the student cares for the aging adult in a variety of settings. Clinical settings may include long-term care,
  assisted living, and community based environments. Critical thinking skills and evidence based practice are utilized in
                                        the clinical setting when caring for clients.
  Concepts in Women’s Health introduces the topics of reproduction, sexuality, antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum,
    newborn care and family planning. Critical thinking and evidence based practice will be integrated throughout the
   course. Other concepts will include: domestic violence, heredity, contraception, infertility, cultural differences, pain
management throughout labor and delivery, physical changes of pregnancy, family centered care, and health promotion
                                                     in women’s health.

Concepts in Women’s Health Clinical provides learning experiences throughout the childbearing process and women’s
  health issues. The nurse’s role as provider of care, manager of care and member of the profession of nursing will be
   explored. The student will have the opportunity to experience obstetrics and the newborn nursery in an acute care
 setting and women’s health issues in an outpatient clinic, physician’s office and hospital setting. Utilization of critical
                    thinking skills and evidence based practice will be integrated throughout the course.
  Care of the Critically Ill or Injured Client provides an overview of the basic principles of critical care. This course is
      designed to enhance the ability of an entry-level nurse in performing the initial assessment, management, and
stabilization of clients with life-threatening illness or injury. Advanced concepts of critical thinking and evidence based
     practice will be integrated throughout the course. Specific topics include: oxygenation, perfusion, elimination,
   metabolism, intracranial regulation, mobility, thermoregulation, inflammation/infection, tissue integrity, immunity,
                                          hematology, comfort, and disaster nursing.
Transition into Professional Nursing Practice assists the student in progressing into the role of an entry level registered
  nurse. Students will work with a preceptor to plan, implement, and evaluate care to assigned clients in an acute care
 setting. The student will demonstrate positive communication skills and begin to work as an effective member of the
 discipline of nursing. Critical thinking skills and evidence based practice are utilized in the clinical setting when caring
                                                            for clients.

The Professional Nurse prepares the student for entry level professional practice. Areas of focus include: management,
   delegation, legal/ethical issues, conflict management and job seeking skills. The roles of the registered nurse as
             provider of care, manager of care, and member of the profession of nursing will be explored

  Landscape Design Techniques is an introduction to the design tools and techniques used in landscape design. The
 topics include the use of scales, landscape symbols, design layout, and bed design techniques. Emphasis is placed on
                       the design principles for preparing, evaluating and selling landscape plans.
 Residential Landscape Design is designed to teach the basic principles and skills of designing a landscape in using the
     proper plans, hardscapes, scales, balance, and many other principles to complete and sell a landscape design.
 Landscape design offers many exciting, challenging, and rewarding opportunities. Students in this class will examine
  the basic elements of residential and small commercial landscape design and will have the opportunity to prepare a
                                        number of designs using various formats.

Familiarize the students with the basics of the irrigation system and the components involved. Some of the components
   include: heads, valves, controllers, pipes, and other accessories used in an irrigation system, plus troubleshooting.
   This is the 1st of two courses designed to educate students to an entry level Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
  serving a vital link in the chain of the healthcare system. Instruction of this course is related to patient assessment in
areas of basic life support, cardiac arrest, trauma, and medical emergencies. Overview of anatomy and physiology and
      medical terminology is included. The combined lecture/lab course provides the student an opportunity to apply
                              cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills in a supervised setting.
   This is the 2nd of two courses designed to educate students to an entry level Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
      serving a vital link in the chain of the healthcare system. When taking this course the student will learn proper
   procedures to demonstrate skills necessary for the individual to provide emergency medical care at the basic level.
     Instructional items covered during this are related to OB/GYN emergencies, bleeding shock and trauma will be
 covered in detail. The combined lecture/lab course provides the student an opportunity to apply cognitive knowledge
                                         and psychomotor skills in a supervised setting.
This course can only be taken after successful completion of Paramedic Specialist-Preparatory course. It is the second
       didactic and lab course in the Paramedic sequence. The course includes Module 2 (Airway Management and
   Ventilation) and Module 3 (Patient Assessment) of the DOT National Standard Curriculum for EMT Paramedics.
   Content will include advanced airway management physical assessment, field assessment, clinical decision making,
   documentation and the assessment and management of respiratory emergencies. The lab component of this course
     includes skills in airway management and ventilation, history taking, techniques of physical examination, patient
 assessment, clinical decision making, communication and AHA ACLS. All will be practiced and demonstrated. This
  course can only be taken after successful completion of Paramedic Specialist (Preparatory) and Paramedic Specialist
                                                    (Preparatory) Lab course.
Landscape Maintenance is designed to give students both practical lab experience and classroom instruction. Emphasis
                                 will be in the practical side with mainly hands-on experience.
                                             Part of the UNI science/math Initiative

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An introduction to the techniques and materials of twentieth century music through analysis, listening and writing.
Sight singing and aural skills included.




Develops global perspectives and valuable skills necessary to effectively work in a global environment. Focuses on
comparing and contrasting patterns of work-related and service practices in students’ home countries versus the US.
Students develop leadership, personal responsibility, communication, conflict resolution and negotiation skills.




This is a special topic course offered at the discretion of the instructor. Students will be able to explore in greater detail
a subject which does not normally fall within the scope of the current curriculum for Manufacturing Technology, but is
related to the topic of Manufacturing. The description of the course will be determined on a case by case basis as
appropriate to the content.
This course is designed to introduce the student to a variety of tasks and skills commonly used in the automotive
technology repair field. Topics will include basic maintenance and electrical service, engine performance service, brake
This course is designed and gasoline engine operation and of tasks
and tire & wheel serviceto introduce the student to a varietyrepair. and skills commonly used in the automotive
collision repair field. Topics to be explored include detailing, metal finishing, panel alignment, and refinishing.
This course is designed to introduce the student to a variety of tasks and skills commonly used in the diesel technology
repair field. Diesel engine repair and maintenance, as well as automatic transmission operation and service will be
discussed and practiced.




This is a comprehensive introduction to the field of medical records and documentation, automated information
systems in health care delivery, and the management of health data. Students will learn the purpose, content, and
ethical and legal principles of the medical record. Students will learn standards and regulations related to healthcare
documentation as set by state and federal bodies. Confidentiality and compliance with HIPAA will be stressed.




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Develops global perspectives and valuable skills necessary to effectively work in a global environment. Focuses on
comparing and contrasting patterns of work-related and service practices in students’ home countries versus the U.S.
 Includes U.S. geography, history, religion and politics. Students develop leadership, personal responsibility,
communication, conflict resolution and negotiation skills.
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This is the first semester in a four-semester sequence that is the "basic course" of Army ROTC. This course introduces
cadets to the military personal challenges and competencies that are critical for effective leadership. Cadets learn how
the personal development of life skills such as critical thinking, goal setting, time management, physical fitness, and
stress management relate to leadership, officership, and the Army profession. The focus is on developing basic
knowledge and comprehension of Army leadership dimensions while gaining a big picture understanding of the ROTC
program, its purpose in the Army, and its advantages for the student. No military obligation is associated with
participation in the course.

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This is the second semester in a four-semester sequence that is the "basic course" of Army ROTC. The course builds
on the foundations of officership that were developed in the first semester class. This course overviews leadership
fundamentals such as setting direction, problem-solving, listening, presenting briefs, providing feedback, and using
effective writing skills. Cadets explore dimensions of leadership values, attributes, skills, and actions in the context of
practical, hands-on, and interactive exercises. Cadre role models and the building of stronger relationships among the
cadets through common experience and practical interaction are critical aspects of the experience. No military
obligation is associated with participation in the course.

This is the third semester in a four-semester sequence that is the "basic course" of Army ROTC. The course explores
the dimensions of creative and innovative tactical leadership strategies and styles by examining team dynamics and two
historical leadership theories that form the basis of the Army leadership framework (trait and behavior theories).
Cadets practice aspects of personal motivation and team building in the context of planning, executing, and assessing
team exercises and participating in leadership labs. Focus is on continued development of the knowledge of leadership
values and attributes through an understanding of Army rank, structure, and duties, and basic aspects of land
navigation and squad tactics. No military obligation is associated with participation in the course.

This is the final semester in a four-semester sequence that is the "basic course" of Army ROTC. The course examines
the challenges of leading tactical teams in the complex contemporary operating environment (COE). The course
highlights dimensions of terrain analysis, patrolling, and operation orders. Further study of the theoretical basis of the
Army leadership framework explores the dynamics of adaptive leadership in the context of military operations. Cadets
develop greater self-awareness as they assess their own leadership styles and practice communication and team building
skills. No military obligation is associated with participation in the course.




This course provides a brief historical view of health care in addition to an overview of today’s health care delivery
system and related health care issues. Ethical/legal issues and desirable professional skills and behaviors associated
This class reviews the concepts learned in Programmable Controllers using Allen-Bradley SLC PLC’s and RSLogix
programming software. The class then teaches the student how to troubleshoot existing programs using hands on


      This course is designed to assist students in establishing a knowledge base in the basic science of drugs and to
         demonstrate how that knowledge can be directly applied in providing patient care and patient education.
 Pharmacological principles will include reviewing physiology and pathophysiology, discussing basic properties of drug
  families, focusing on the essentials of drug administration such as indications, contraindications, adverse effects, and
   drug interactions and demonstrating the application of pharmacology into nursing practice. QSEN (Quality Safety
 Education for Nurses) will be introduced to the student. The knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSA’s) addressing the
 concepts of patient centered care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence based practice, quality improvement, safety,
                                        and informatics will be a focus of the course.
  This course is designed to assist students in becoming leaders and managers in the nursing profession. Students will
focus on the professional roles of the nurse as manager of care and member of the discipline of nursing. The focus will
  be on leading and managing care across the health care continuum realizing that leadership and management reflects
                                    the dynamic state of nursing practice and health care.
 This course is a combination of theory and lab. The course provides an overview of the NCC nursing program and the
transitional role of LPN to RN. The concepts of delegation, prioritization and ethical and legal issues in nursing will be
  an essential part of this course. The course will focus on assessment of the medical/surgical patient and care of lines,
       drains, and tubes. A focus on intravenous therapy including peripheral, central lines, TPN, lipids, and blood
administration will be included. An orientation to clinical facilities will be provided. Computer documentation training
                                              for these facilities will be offered.
  This course is a combination of theory, lab, and clinical. Health, illness, and healthcare environment are examined as
    they relate to the care of patients with variable needs. The focus is on application of theories, concepts, research,
   issues and trends in caring for selected patients throughout the lifespan. Emphasis is on the role of the RN and the
development of skills to think critically and implement sound reasoning skills. Special topics of this course will include
  fluid and electrolytes and acid/base. Utilizing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to care for pediatric and
adult patients with urinary/renal and immune/infectious disorders will be addressed. Students will care for patients with
                                            variable needs in an acute care setting.
  This course is a combination of theory, lab, and clinical. Health, illness, and healthcare environment are examined as
    they relate to the care of patients with variable needs. The focus is on application of theories, concepts, research,
evidence based practice and issues and trends in caring for selected patients throughout the lifespan. Emphasis is on the
  role of the professional nurse and on the development of knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to think critically
     and implement sound reasoning skills when caring for patients. The topics of this course will include care of the
  pediatric and adult client with cardiovascular disorders and respiratory disorders. There will also be an emphasis on
     the complex obstetric and newborn patient. The student will care for clients with variable needs in an acute care
                                                            setting.



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     This course is a combination of lecture, lab, and clinical. The course provides an opportunity for synthesis and
evaluation of professional nursing role behaviors essential to care of patients experiencing complex needs in a variety of
 settings. Emphasis is placed on refinement of critical thinking and communication skills and the integration of a range
 of therapeutic interventions into nursing practice. Utilizing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to care for
      the normal and complicated obstetric and newborn patient (continuation), the adult and pediatric patient with
  psychological disorders and endocrine disorders will be addressed. Special topics in this course will be burns, shock
              and trauma. The student will care for clients in the psychiatric and obstetric clinical setting.

This course is a combination of lecture and preceptor. This course provides an opportunity for synthesis and evaluation
   of professional nursing role behaviors essential to care for patients experiencing complex care needs in a variety of
 settings. Emphasis is placed on refinement of critical thinking skills and communication skills and the integration of a
range of therapeutic interventions into nursing practice. Utilizing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to safely care for
  the pediatric and adult patient with gastrointestinal disorders, neurological disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, and
         cancer will be addressed. The student will care for clients in a preceptor experience during this course.




 Understanding and implementing present-day knowledge of nutrition; the use of food for health and satisfaction of the
                                                    individual and family.
To provide the student with knowledge of common terminology and general information related to the wind industry.
The student will become familiar with the various types of turbines, the technology, sectors, jobs and organizations as
well as an outlook on the future of the wind industry.
Course includes information corresponding to industry practices and standards of safe operations of a wind power
generating facility, including the techniques of proper ascent and descent of wind turbine generators, the concept of
day to day operations and the infrastructure that is in place as part of a typical power plant. Course also includes tools
and equipment used and the teamwork, as it applies to operations and maintenance of the facility. Prerequisite: WTT
103
Course includes the nomenclature and terms common to metals and metallurgy. Instruction will also include gears and
gear failure analysis techniques, gear structures, inspection of gears and analysis of lubricants. Course includes
discussion of the application of lubricants and proper procedures for acquiring lubricant samples and the effects of
friction, gear damage and wear. Prerequisite: WTT 103
This course will serve as an introduction to the generation of electrical power with a wind turbine generator, moving
that power through a local transmission system to a substation where a customer will purchase the generated power.
This course will cover all aspects of working with components of a high voltage transmission system. Prerequisite:
ELT course will134
This 303, ELT enable the student to more efficiently inspect, repair and more/transport wind turbine blades. Students
will understand common industry terms used in the manufacture and repair of wind turbine blades. Prerequisite: WTT

This course will give students information on how wind resource data is collected and analyzed for use in the
development of wind powered generation of electricity. Students will also learn how to access power production of
individual wind turbines. Prerequisite: WTT 103, ELT 303, ELT 134, ELT 141, ELT 119, WTT 216, WTT 245

This course will provide students with practical wiring exercises involving installation, wiring and troubleshooting of
electrical devices and equipment used in, but not specific to, wind turbine control systems. Students will study
This course will introduce of electrical systems, and electrical safety. Prerequisite: ELT 303, ELT 134, WTT 133
electrical diagrams, design students to the basic parametric modeling concepts using SolidWorks. Coverage will also
include customizing the SolidWorks environment, Parametric Equations and Design Tables. Students will follow
This course will introduce students to the advanced parametric modeling concepts using SolidWorks. Coverage will
include Lofts, Sweeps and Shelled parts. Coverage will also include 2-D Layouts, Vector Mechanics, Mechanism
Design and Analysis and Mold Design.the Assembly Modeling functionality of SolidWorks. Coverage will include basic
This course will introduce students to
This course will introduce students to creating features at the assembly level SolidWorks. assemblies.
assembly functionality, sub-assemblies,the Detailing (Drawing) functionality ofand exploded Students will create basic
part drawings from existing part geometry, drawing sheet formats, eDrawings, assembly drawings andwill create
This course will introduce students to the Sheetmetal modeling functionality of SolidWorks. Students exploded
sheetmetal parts in both the flat and bent states. Areas of coverage will include bends, flattened states, tabs and reliefs.




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This course provides and in depth study of the discipline of Project Management and the Project Management Body of
Knowledge (PMBOK). Students will learn the official Project Management Institute (PMI) definitions of terms, the
five process groups, nine knowledge areas, and the area of professional and social responsibility. This course focuses
on the project management framework as described in the PMBOK and is designed to create a solid foundation for
understanding the project management processes and preparation for the certification, Project Management
Professional (PMP), a globally recognized standard for managing projects in today’s workplace.




   Introduction to wind energy provides students an overview of the renewable energy industry with a focus on wind
  energy systems. Wind turbines will be studied in detail along with basic safety procedures, proper tool use, and the
                               operation of the electrical power delivery infrastructure.

   OSHA standards and safety provides a framework for students to develop a thorough understanding of OSHA
requirements in the workplace, the reason for these requirements, and how to determine if individuals and facilities are
         meeting those requirements. Emphasis is placed on requirements unique to wind energy worksites.

     Electricity I introduces the basics of AC and DC electricity, motors, generators, and the use of test equipment.
 Students will develop an understanding of the characteristics of voltage, current, resistance, and power, and the laws
   governing the relationships between them. Students will use this understanding to develop troubleshooting skills.
 Mechanical power transmission is designed to give students an overview of the terminology, theory of operation, and
  specific devices involved in the movement of energy. Belts, chains, gears, shafts, hydraulics, and pneumatics will be
                                examined. Emphasis will be on systems used in wind energy.
  Industrial rigging focuses on how large pieces of equipment are moved. The use and maintenance of equipment and
 materials used in rigging will be examined. Students will learn how to find center of gravity, use proper hand signals,
                                          and select appropriate rigging materials.
Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers gives students experience with programmable devices commonly used
in the wind energy industry. Students will study the theory of PLC operation and use their understanding to create and
                                                  troubleshoot programs.


Digital Photography has rapidly become a critical part of journalism, graphic design, web-site design, and fine art. This
course covers the anatomy of the digital camera and what features to look for before you buy, how to compose quality
photos in a digital environment, adjusting/modifying photos on the computer using Adobe Photoshop, and preparing
photos for use in printed materials and on the Internet.




   This course allows participants the opportunity to narrow their interest and focus in a health occupations career.
   Educational and career planning is discussed. Skills vital to the success of college students and prospective health
                                     occupations professionals will be addressed.




Provides the financial tools necessary for successful entrepreneurs. Focuses on basic accounting principles, project start-
up costs, budgets and cash flow projections. Includes financial statements, ratios and funding for starting a business.




Provides an overview of topics relevant to culinary arts including: fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, percentages,
weights and measures, the metric system, portion control, recipe conversion formulas, cost percentages and menu
pricing. The course is for students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program who have successfully completed a minimum
of one year of high school algebra.




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In industry today, maximum productivity is crucial for success. Advances in automated systems demand trained
technicians for a high performance work environment. From documenting power quality problems to power quality
troubleshooting tasks, test tool skills are a must for the up to date technician. This class covers both basic and
advanced power quality principles and power distribution troubleshooting tasks.




An introductory course focusing on the fields of biotechnology, biofuels technology, and renewable sources of energy.
Topics will include an introduction to employment opportunities in the field of biotechnology, basic biology and
biochemistry, lab math skills, and an introduction to equipment used in biotechnology. There will also be a brief
introduction to the production and refining of biofuels. Prerequisites and/or Co-requisites: One semester high school
biology and chemistry. May be taken concurrently with BPT 163 Introduction to Biotechnology Lab.
An introductory laboratory course focusing on the fields of biotechnology, biofuels technology, and renewable sources
of energy. Lab activities include basic laboratory skills, performing titrations, extracting DNA from plant tissue,
biodiesel synthesis, ethanol biosynthesis, and more. One semester high school biology and chemistry or concurrent
enrollment is recommended.
This is an introduction to commonly utilized laboratory equipment and methods. Topics include media and solution
preparation, instrument care and calibration, laboratory mathematics, record keeping, GMP/GLP regulations, and
methods for isolating and purifying important biological molecules. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: BIO-112 General
Biology I and CHM-165 General Chemistry I or equivalent. May be taken concurrently with BPT 149 Biotechnology
Methods I Lab.
This is an introduction to commonly utilized laboratory equipment and methods. Topics include media and solution
preparation, instrument care and calibration, laboratory mathematics, record keeping, GMP/GLP regulations, and
methods for isolating and purifying important biological molecules. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: BIO-112 General
Biology I and CHM-165 General Chemistry I or equivalent. May be taken concurrently with BPT 148 Biotechnology
Methods I.




 The basics needed to read shop drawings are learned. Covers interpreting welding symbols on blueprints, identifying
 Emphasizes welding symbols and definitions through which the engineer or designer communicates with the welder.
 Welding symbols are considered an integral part of blueprint reading for the welder. Topics include: welding symbols
and abbreviations; basic joints for weldment fabrications; industrially used welds; surfacing back or backing, and melt-
                                    thru welds; and structural shapes and joint design.
Set-up and operation of oxy-fuel cutting and plasma arc cutting equipment. Carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum
 Basic fillet welds on carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum in all positions using a variety of shielding gas blends
    and wire diameters appropriate for the materials welded. Practice geared to AWS D1.1 Structural Steel, D1.6
  Structural Stainless Steel, D1.2 Structural Aluminum, D1.9 Sheet Metal and D1.3 Structural Sheet Steel Welding
Code standards. Opportunity for GMAW structural welder qualification/certification to AWS D1.1, D1.6, D1.2, D1.9
                                               or D1.3 Code for fillet welds.
 Continued laboratory practice of Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) introduced in WEL186. Groove welds with and
without backing on carbon steel and stainless steel in all positions using a variety of shielding gases and wire diameters
 appropriate for the materials welded. Practice geared to AWS D1.1 or D1.6 Code for groove welds on 3/8" and 1"
                                                            plate.

  Fillet welds and groove welds on carbon steel and stainless steel in all positions using self shielded and gas shielded
electrodes. Practice geared to AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding Code standards. Opportunity for FCAW structural
      welder qualification/certification to AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Code for groove welds on 3/8" and 1" plate.
 Basic fillet welds on carbon steel and stainless steel in the flat and horizontal positions using E6010, E76013, E7014,

Fillet welds on carbon steel and stainless steel in the vertical and overhead position using E6010, E7018 and E308-15
     electrodes. Practice geared to AWS D1.1 Structural Steel or D1.6 Structural Steel Welding Code standards.
   Opportunity for SMAW structural welder qualification/certification to AWS D1.1 or D1.6 codes for fillet welds.
Groove welds with and without backing on carbon steel and stainless in the flat and horizontal positions using E6010,
 E7018 and E308-15 electrodes. Practice geared to AWS D1.1 Structural Steel and D1.6 Structural Stainless Steel
Welding Code standards. Opportunity for SMAW structural welder qualification/certification to AWS D1.1 or D1.6
                                      codes for groove welds on 3/8" and 1" plate.
                                                       Was 5 credits
                                                       Was 5 credits
                                                       Was 5 credits

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 Moved from NET 274 because of credits where wrong needed to be a 5 credit course and NIACC was already using.

 Moved from NET 284 because of credits where wrong needed to be a 5 credit course and NIACC was already using.




Applies actual care and feeding of the college's horses under a practical management situation. Certain competency
tests are performed related to working with horses on the ground and presentation of different halter classes.




This OSHA-16 hour course has been designed for ethanol and biodiesel plant employees, labors and anyone involved in
    the biofuels industry. Course addresses jobsite conditions and personal safety issues as well as employer safety
   responsibilities regarding OSHA Standards CFR 1926. Students will gain knowledge of employee and employer
                       responsibilities to ensure and maintain a jobsite free of recognized hazards.


  Focuses on the development, implementation and assessment of appropriate environments and curricula for young
  children ages three through eight. Students prepare to utilize developmentally appropriate practices in a context of
   family and culturally sensitive care. Emphasis is on understanding children's development stages and developing
   appropriate learning opportunities, interactions and environments in the following areas: emergent literacy, math,
                                           science, technology and social studies.
  Focuses on the development, implementation and assessment of appropriate environments and curricula for young
  children ages three through eight. Students prepare to utilize developmentally appropriate practices in a context of
    family and culturally sensitive care. Emphasis is on understanding children's development stages and developing
 appropriate learning opportunities, interactions and environments in the following area: dramatic play art, music, fine
                                                    and gross motor play.
 An overview of money and banking institution and their role and functions in the economy. Includes study of Federal
  Reserve System, characteristics of financial intermediaries, and regulatory institutions. Topics include principles of
                   monetary and fiscal policy, commercial banking structures, and financial markets.
Investments, security markets and security valuation. Development of investment strategies based on efficient markets,

                                     Building mill, drill, and weld jigs and fixtures.


 Introduction to the principles of horsemanship, both English and Western styles, and the rider's role in attaining horse
    control and movement. Students will work to develop proper riding skills and develop a firm foundation in the
 beginning stages of horsemanship. Main goals for the rider are to achieve a balanced seat and confidence while riding
                                                  and handling a horse.
  Students will be asked to review and demonstrate performance objectives from AGE 145. Students will refine their
  riding skills in both Western and English styles. Emphasis will be place on basic riding in the following disciplines:
 Jumping, Dressage, and English Equitation along with Western Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, Reining, Trail, and
                                                    Western Riding.



 Focuses on milestones in the history and mission of community colleges since the founding of Joliet Junior College in
 1901 to the present, when comprehensive community colleges educated nearly half of all students in higher education.
 Explores philosophy, mission, and purpose of community colleges as well as innovation in the community colleges to
  meet 21st century challenges. Topics include students, faculty, funding, organization and governance, programs and
                                                       services.


Parametric solid model (3D) CAD basics will be taught using SolidWorks. Parametric concepts will be covered. Solid
 CAD models will be built and edited in SolidWorks. Assemblies of progressive dies will be examined. Part drawings
                                   will created and plotted. Prerequisite: MFG 402


                         A continuation of Drawing I, with a greater emphasis on self expression.
 Beginning experiences in conceiving and making in three dimensions, emphasis on interaction between work and idea,
    skills in art making, and common vocabulary of art. An exploration of aesthetic and practical considerations of
                                              working three-dimensionally.
 This course is designed to provide knowledge and prepare the student to become a national certified personal trainer.
The focus of this course will be on the components of personal training, students will also have the opportunity to train
                                            clients throughout the semester.
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     This course focuses on basic human nutrition along with nutritional needs for athletes and/or physically active
  individuals. Areas of focus will be on carbohydrate loading, hydration, supplement use, fad diets, eating disorders,
                                    maintaining healthy weight, and ergogenic aids.

   Where Weight Training I left off, Weight Training II will pick up. After learning the training principals in Weight
                 Training I, we will apply them to flexibility training, neuromuscular stabilization training
    (balance/coordination/proprioception), reactive neuromuscular training (plyometrics) and speed/agility training.
 The class will help to keep the athlete, coach, personal trainer, strength and conditioning specialist, athletic trainer or
  any interested individual on the cutting edge of fitness, performance enhancement and injury prevention. The course
  will give an overview of strength training principal, types of strength, systems of resistance training, as well as core
                                      training principals and postural considerations.
  A lab course designed to teach the student how to assess health related components of physical fitness. The course
    material will provide insight into various methods of fitness testing including health screening, heart rate, blood
 pressure, body composition, muscular strength and endurance testing, postural analysis, cardiorespiratory testing, and
                                            interpretation of assessment results.
  A self-paced physical conditioning course that emphasizes cardiovascular fitness through walking and jogging. The
This is an introductory course to teach beginner paddlers to safely and enjoyably canoe on lakes and gentle rivers. The
This is an activity course designed to improve personal physical fitness through a combination of aerobic exercises and
 This course focuses on the fundamental concepts that all K-6 teachers will teach. Students will develop mathematical
     tools of reasoning, problem solving, and communication. Specific topics include algebraic thinking, geometry,
                      measurement, reasoning and proof, and technology in elementary classrooms.
This course focuses on the fundamental concepts that K-6 teachers will teach. Students will develop mathematical tools
 of reasoning, problem solving, and communication. Specific topics include rational numbers, operations with rational
                               numbers, fractions, and decimals, probability, and statistics.
 An 8-week term of practical experience in selected physician's offices, clinics, or laboratories. It offers the students an
  opportunity to perform various clinical and office procedures under the supervision of the physician, nurse, and the
                                                   instructor/coordinator.




Individual gain practical experience as employees in approved places of business. Prerequisite: Passage of Commercial
                                              Pesticide Applicators Exam.
Individual gain practical experience as employees in approved places of business. Prerequisite: Passage of Commercial
                                              Pesticide Applicators Exam.
Development of oral fluency and vocabulary enhancement in Spanish through role playing, pair and group discussions,
  oral presentations on cultural issues and current events. This course is not open to those students whose primary
  language is Spanish. It does not satisfy the foreign language requirement. Prerequisite: FLS-142 or permission of
                                                        instructor.




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   Leadership Development Studies provides emerging and existing leaders the opportunity to explore the concept of
        leadership and to develop and improve their leadership skills. Students taking this course will gain a basic
 understanding of the concept of leadership theory while developing a personal philosophy of leadership, an awareness
   of the moral and ethical responsibilities of leadership and an awareness of one's own ability and style of leadership.
   This course employs learning techniques that may include, but are not limited to, integration of humanities into the
                 study of leadership, discussion, experiential exercise, literature, film and shared-analysis.
Introduces PHP, Apache and MySQL open source technologies used to create dynamic, database-driven Web
applications. Students create MySQL databases and use server-side scripting language (PHP) to write applications
that interact with the database through Apache Web server technology.




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  The focus of this class will be on the basic processes and applications of Geographic Information Systems. The class
   will cover, among other things, file formats, data bases, spatial analysis and use of GIS data and decision-making.

    This course is designed to explore emerging Web 2.0 tools (wikis, blogs, image blogs, and podcasts). Particular
attention will be placed on a conceptual understanding of the features and applications of these tools, both their shared
features and their unique attributes. In addition, students will develop mastery of the software and hardware features of
 these tools and their use. Finally, students will examine potential applications of these tools for the design of learning
  opportunities for K-12 settings. The course culminates in the design and development of products using these tools
       and lessons integrating these tools with content learning pertinent to students' particular fields of practice.
    Students survey the history of Russia from the reign of Nicholas (II) Romanov through the presidency of Dmitry
 Medvedev. Students will study political change from absolutist to parliamentary, the rise of the Communist Party, the
   struggle for control of the Communist Part, the harsh rule of Stalin, the impact of WWII, post WWII international
influence of the Soviet Union, the Soviet Union's involvement with Iowa, the downfall of the Soviet Union and the rise
                                             of post Communist Party Russia.

 The development of skills necessary for the technician to communicate with the engineer. Orderly methods of solving
                                 problems using paper, calculator, and spreadsheets.
The development of skills necessary to work in a technician or engineering field. Research, testing, and documentation
                of an engineering project. Laboratory measurement, analysis, and documentation.




     Sophomore students will continue to learn the basics of athletic training by focusing more about anatomy and
physiology of the human body. Students will also be learning how to accomplish an injury evaluation, assessment, and
  also treatment plans. Therefore, each student should feel confident to cover practices/games as an athletic training
                              student, with supervision of the Certified Athletic Trainer.



The main goal of this course is to provide the student with a fundamental understanding of network security principles
   and implementation. The student will learn about the technologies used and principles involved in creating a secure
 computer networking environment. They will learn about authentication, the types of attacks and malicious code that
 may be used against your network, the threats and countermeasures for e-mail, Web applications, remote access, and
 file and print services. A variety of security topologies will be discussed as well as technologies and concepts used for
providing secure communications channels, secure internetworking devices, and network medium. Further, the student
   will learn about intrusion detection systems, firewalls, and physical security concepts. In addition, security policies,
disaster recovery, and computer forensics are covered. In addition, the student will understand the daily tasks involved
                                  with managing and troubleshooting those technologies.

 Landscape Installation is designed to give students both practical lab experience and classroom instruction. Emphasis
                              will be in the practical side with mainly hands on experience.
 Focuses on the relationship between literary works (fiction, drama, notification, poetry or graphic literature) and their
 adaptations to film. Students explore the adaptation of literature to film; how the elements of plot, character, setting,
 point of view, symbol and theme are adapted or altered from literature to film; and how film adaptations influence our
                                         understanding of both literature and film.




  Examines the physiology processes associated with human body systems. Topics include biochemistry, metabolism,
 hormone actions, muscular physiology, neurophysiology, cardiovascular function, renal function, acid/base/electrolyte
   regulations, nutrient absorption, immune response and reproduction functions. Lab investigates system physiology
                                    responses and culminates in a research experience.




 Introduces XML concepts and coding requirements. Students will create, display, transform and transfer data in XML
  format as part of an Internet based application. Course includes XML, XHTML, XSL and XSLT. Prerequisite: CSC
                                                            110
 The student will be introduced to basic fuel system principles and operational theory of some commonly used systems
                        as well as general repair and diagnostic procedures. Prerequisite: DSL 366
   A study of electronic fundamentals, lab work with electronic components and testing equipment. Diesel engines that
    are computer controllers area used in lab to demonstrate applications of electronics on diesel power that meet the
       demands of the future. Experienced individuals may contact the instructor to gain admittance to this course.
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This is an introductory course to basic electroencephalographic concepts and techniques. Students will learn the basics
  of taking a patient history, infection control, and will be introduced to the terminology and skills needed to interpret
    EEG waveforms. Instrumentation is demonstrated in the classroom and hands-on experience is provided in the
                                                          laboratory.
 This course is designed for Industrial and Commercial coatings applicators. The course will teach the basics of spray
 application, using a wide variety of spraying equipment. Equipment used in training is the type commonly used in the
 Industrial and Commercial coatings sector. Study will concentrate on spray gun technique as well as maintenance on
                                                       said equipment.

 This course is designed for any student entering a healthcare profession which requires a 100- level, college freshman
 level math course. This course builds on basic math skills and incorporates math computation skills that are necessary
 in the healthcare field. There will be an emphasis on understanding systems of measurement and conversions: metric,
 apothecary, household and other systems of measurement. Basic topics include a review of fundamentals in: decimals,
      fractions, ratios, proportions, percents, formulas, household and metric measurement, basic algebra and word
     problems. Advanced topics will include: infection rate computations, other most commonly computed hospital
         statistics, and some managerial math such as computing FTEs in healthcare supervision & management.
                                                        Was SER 101
Introduction to Sustainable Energy Resources is designed to provide a basic understanding of energy, current trends in
energy consumption, and the role of sustainable energy resources in today; society. Topics covered will include matter
   and energy laws, the history of energy usage by humans, the categories of energy resource, and the environmental
                                  problems currently being caused by energy consumption.
  This skills and competencies to be a paralegal and assist an attorney in legal writing and legal research to relieve the
attorney from the detail necessary in the preparation of trials briefs, legal memoranda, supreme court memoranda and
     briefs, correspondence and other legal documents. Emphasis will be on preparation to write in an analytical or
                                      informative style as well as a persuasive manner.




 Adobe Dreamweaver is an industry-standard web-site development tool. Dreamweaver Basics focuses on learning the
  tool correctly through the use of recorded demonstrations of actual product usage. Develop new skills or learn about
                                            the latest release in this online course.
Adobe Flash is an industry-standard animation tool. Flash Basics focuses on learning the tool correctly through the use
 of recorded demonstrations of actual product usage. Develop new skills or learn about the latest release in this online
                                                             course.
Adobe Fireworks is a powerful prototyping tool for generating web sites and applications interfaces. Fireworks Basics
focuses on learning the tool correctly through the use of recorded demonstrations of actual product usage. Develop
new skills or learn about the latest release in this online course.
Adobe Illustrator is an industry-standard vector-based drawing tool. Illustrator Basics focuses on learning the tool
correctly through the use of recorded demonstrations of actual product usage. Develop new skills or learn about the
latest release in this online course.
Adobe InDesign is an industry-standard page layout tool. InDesign Basics focuses on learning the tool correctly
through the use of recorded demonstrations of actual product usage. Develop new skills or learn about the latest
release in this online course.
Adobe Photoshop is the industry-standard in photography and graphic image creation. Photoshop Basics focuses on
learning the tool correctly through the use of recorded demonstrations of actual product usage. Develop new skills or
learn about the latest release in this online course.
Network Security (CCNA Security) equips students with knowledge and skills that can be applied toward entry-level
specialist careers in network security. CCNA Security is a blended curriculum with both online and classroom
learning. CCNA Security aims to develop an in-depth understanding of network security principles as well as the tools
and configurations available.
This course is designed for first-time college students and/or transfer students with less than 12 hours of credit. Areas
included in this course are use of Web Advisor, use of NIACC email, availability of campus resources, and strategies to
deal with navigating the college experience.

Students will study functional decomposition. Students will learn the data structures and accompanying algorithms
that are most fundamental to computer science discipline and analyze various implementations of each.
This course is an introduction to the assessment process for classroom teachers. It will focus on the interaction
between assessment and instruction, formative and summative assessment, development and use of teacher-constructed
assessments, purposes and interpretation of standardized assessment, and grading and communicating about student
performance.
The production of instructional media/computer technology and their relationship to educational strategies within an
instructional design framework. Course activities include the planning, design, and production of media and the
operation of hardware and software for educational use.




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   Examines the development of modern warfare from the Napoleonic Era to the present, using a multi-disciplinary
   approach. Focuses on how national and international politics, technology, social issues, economics, religion, and
    ideology shape military policy, expectations, outcomes and cultural expressions. Concentrates on key conflicts
  throughout multiple regions to illustrate the evolving dynamics of strategy and tactics. Discuss warfare's different
                                       forms: conventional, guerrilla and nuclear.


Provides introductory lab experience in the use of tools, equipment and basic construction procedures. This is a course
  that lets the novice get the basics of the construction process. Lab activities include, but are not limited to, footing
 layout and construction, floor systems, basic wall construction, rail framing layout and calculations, electrical layout
    and theory, heating and air handling basics, and plumbing systems. Safety is the primary concern of the class.

  The objectives of this course will be to apply computer aided design software and computer aided manufacturing
                              software for numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools.
 Basic three dimensional concepts and applications are covered. Rendering, animating and application of basic color
                            manipulation are discussed and used. Prerequisite: CAD 119
  Standard industrial raw materials and forming processes will be examined. Students will see various machining,
                        forming and welding operations. Field trips to industry will be offered.

   Computer interfaces between manufacturing and engineering will be the primary focus of the class. File exchange
 formats, data compilation and machining interpretation of the model file will be addressed. Tool path generation and
     robotic controls will be discussed. Manufacturing system integration will be covered. Prerequisite: MAT 773
Parametric solid model CAD basics will be taught. Parametric concepts with design intent will be covered. Solid CAD
  models will be built and edited. Mechanical assemblies will be created. Part and assembly drawings with part listed
                           will be created and plotted. Prerequisite: CAD 152, 240, MAT 773
  Parametric solid model CAD intermediate commands will be taught. Parametric concepts with design intent will be
     covered. Solid CAD models will be built and edited. Mechanical assemblies will be created. Part and assembly
               drawings with part lists will be created and plotted. Prerequisite: CAD 153, 252, MAT 773
   Detailing individual parts, types of assembly drawing and parts lists will be covered on an individual basis. Design
   process and procedures will be discussed. The student will conform to industry standards for their design project.
                                       Prerequisite: CAD 152, 196, 240, MAT 773
 Continuation of CAD 252, Design Project I. Detailing individual parts, types of assembly drawings and parts lists will
    be covered on an individual basis. Design process and procedures will be discussed. The student will conform to
                      industry standards for their design project. Prerequisite: CAD 153, 215, 252



   This course presents basic concepts related to the health record, CPT and ICD-9-CM coding, ethical issues, and
     communication. Students will use information systems to input data. Procedures for assessing vital signs and
                                    performing electrocardiograms will be introduced.
This course defines the role of the clinical assistant in the healthcare delivery system. Infection control principles, safety
practices, procedures to collect specimens, methods for preparing blood and body fluid specimens for analysis, and the
performance of basic tests at the clinical assistant level will be discussed. An overview of quality control protocols and
                                      potential pre-analytical errors will be provided.
This course provides an introduction to the basics of hematology and urinalysis. Donor room collection, screening, and
                                             component processing is discussed.
   This course introduces the basics of laboratory tests related to chemistry, immunology, and microbiology. Safety
 procedures, suitability of specimens, standards and controls, slide preparation, test performance, technical errors, and
                                            inventory supplies will be discussed.

This clinical course provides the student with the opportunity to gain competency in the collection of blood specimens
 in a medical laboratory setting. Waived testing and basic procedures in hematology and urinalysis will be performed.
This clinical course provides the student with the opportunity to acquire skills in phlebotomy, vital sign measurements
  and electrocardiography. Basic laboratory tests in hematology, urinalysis, chemistry, immunology and microbiology
will be performed at the clinical laboratory assistant level. Students will gain experience in documentation and the use
   of information systems necessary to accomplish job functions. Donor room collection, screening and component
                                              processing will be introduced.


   This course is intended to provide a broad understanding of the property and liability loss exposures faced by most
              organizations and the corresponding types of insurances for covering those loss exposures.
  This course provides an overview of personal insurance, including property and liability loss exposures and personal
 rick management, auto insurance, homeowners insurance, and other types of personal property and liability insurance
                        are introduced. Finally, life, health, and disability insurance are covered.




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  The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the mathematics behind each casino game on the floor that
  determines a specific house advantage. Probability and odds as well as the law of averages will be discussed. Game
  pricing techniques influencing the regulatory issues will comprise another portion of this course and finally, students
    will be asked to design their own slot and video poker machines based on mathematical criteria and specific hold
percentages. Java-style casino games will also be utilized be students in the casino area of the course as a practice lab.
                               This course may be offered through a distance-learning format.
    The casino industry is growing rapidly worldwide and the need for proper marketing and promotion has become
 paramount to organizational success and profitability. Students of this course will learn about the basics of marketing
 including the four (4) P's of marketing: product, price, place and promotion. Students will also familiarize themselves
  with the basic casino marketing plan, the goal of the slot club and related database systems, casino floor promotions,
how to write personal letters to guests, casino advertising online, through print, marquees and other media operations.
Finally, students will learn the basics to organizing slot and table game tournaments and game assignment. This course
                                     may be offered through a distance-learning format.
   The primary function of Security and Surveillance on the casino floor is to protect the casino's quests, employees,
  property and assists. This course examines both departments and their specific day-to-day functions including report
writing, documentation, powers to arrest and digital recording of floor events to be stored in a video archive. Students
   will learn how the surveillance department uses specific cameras to cover floor space and what to watch for. This
 course will also address how the surveillance department protects the table games, slots area and other key operative
and functional areas of the casino. The final portion of the class analyzes dealer techniques such as opening and closing
 procedures, dealer disputes, guest relations and "calling the" properly. This course may be offered through a distance-
                                                        learning format.
The focus of this course is the development of relationships with casino players, the job of being a host representing the
casino and cultivating return customers. Techniques to recruit and keep good players are reviewed, including tracking
  of wagering, rating system(s) and ?comps.? Balanced with a goal to recruit and keep good players, casino hosts also
have responsibilities to the employer and ethical considerations as they work to encourage return business. These goals
 and responsibilities comprise a significant portion of the course content. Qualifications, skills and career opportunities
  are equally important, addressed and supported by discussion opportunities with casino host(s) currently working in
                                                      player development.
The on-the-job practicum provides the opportunity for students to combine classroom principles and activities with on-
the-job experience. The student, throughout the interview process with a cooperating employer, is place in the gaming
  facility that will provide a variety of beneficial and learning experience. The student receives a salary and/or college
                                            credits for this period of the program.

  This course covers the basics of chemistry as it relates to the forensic lab. In the course we will cover the basics of
 evidence collection, clues at the atomic level, the basics of chemical evidence including DNA evidence. Also covered
  will be the use of chemistry in explosives, arson investigations, poisoning, and estimating time of death of a victim.
                                                  Lecture and laboratory.
This course will introduce students to all aspects of the game development process. The course will begin with a brief
history of the gaming industry and then delve into specific design phases. Emphasis will be placed on the development
 of the design document and evaluating real world examples. Character design and storyboarding will be discussed as
                                           well as games and gaming consoles.
This course will give students a hands on, example based introduction to the level design process for use in 3D games.
 Students will learn to use industry standard design programs and will understand basic lighting, texturing, NPC (non
  player character) and object placement as well as level layout concepts. Students will critique professional and peer
                                 designed levels through play testing and critical analysis.
This course will give students a hands on, example based introduction to modeling and animation process for use in 3D
  games. Students will use industry standard software to develop their models and will be exposed to topics such as
               mesh modeling, rigging and skinning, character animation, texturing and texture mapping.



 This course will build upon concepts presented in Introduction to Digital Forensic. Students will get experience with
   data acquisition and analysis tools (GUI and CLI), advanced data recovery techniques, email investigations and
                              guidelines for report writing and expert witness testimony.




   Learn the basics of Microsoft Excel 2003 while exploring ways both you and your students can benefit from this
 powerful program. You'll learn Excel terminology, how to use the toolbars; how to sort data; how to insert formulas
   for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, how to create colorful charts and graphs; and much more!
Throughout the course, you'll explore standards-based lesson plans and activities that will allow you to pass your Excel
    knowledge on to your students, no matter what their grade level. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid
 understanding of the basic functions of Excel, and a wealth of ideas for integrating Excel technology into lesson plans
                                                 across your curriculum.

If you're an educator, this course will help you discover the exciting possibilities of using PowerPoint for and with your
    students. You'll master a variety of uses for PowerPoint in the classroom, and you'll be able to create compelling
  lessons and presentations filled with text, graphics, sound, and video. You'll be able to use PowerPoint templates or
               create your own dynamic presentations that will increase interest in any subject you teach.
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Work the Web with your kids! This essential course for teachers, leaders, and parents will give you the confidence you
                             need for helping children get the best from the Internet.

Join us for an exciting and fun-filled tour of the technology-friendly classroom. Educational technology is advancing at
  an astounding rate, offering today's busy teacher quick and easy solutions for more interactive lesson plans, exciting
    WebQuests, and challenging assignments. Discover the power and creativity that technology can bring to your
     classroom as we look at basic integration, subject-specific activities, and smart ways to make your integration
  seamless. Take your teaching to another level with these fun new ways to incorporate technology into your lesson.

Differentiated instruction (DI) is becoming a mainstay in classrooms across the country as educators are starting to see
    the ways that the traditional classroom setting limits their ability to reach diverse learners. Join us on this journey
 through 10 practical DI integration strategies. Count on at least three sample integration lessons on each strategy, and
                   all of the ways you can apply them to improve learning outcomes for your students.
 Why do some teachers enjoy peaceful, orderly classrooms while other teachers face daily disciple battles? The answer
is that many teachers have not been taught the secrets to solving discipline problems. This course reveals those secrets
 and presents a step-by-step approach to effective, positive classroom discipline. Teachers continually rate this course
                                       one of the most valuable they have ever taken.

      To know your kids is to love them. In this course, an experienced social worker will help you gain a deep
  understanding and appreciation of your adolescent's development and behavior. You'll uncover the secrets of the
adolescent mind and gain valuable information on how they think, how they feel, how their identities develop, and what
          steps you can take to ensure that you are well prepared to meet the needs of the teens in your life.

  Are you a new teacher who feels anxious about entering your first classroom? Whether you're already teaching, a
 newly credentialed graduate, or a substitute looking to transition to full-time, this course will provide you with all the
              time-tested tools, tips, and tricks you need to make your early years in the classroom a breeze.
Ready to maximize your abilities in teaching science? You'll learn about foundational content in physical, life, and earth
   science, and ways to reach that content to your students. Discover specific teaching methods and science process
 skills, and learn how to improve the emotional climate in your classroom. Lots of examples and worksheets you can
  use in your own classroom are included. There's a big emphasis on the scientific method, and there's even an entire
                                                lesson devoted to science fairs!

 Follow your child's lead and have fun while enhancing language development. In this fun and user-friendly course for
   parents, teachers, and caregivers, you will discover how children learn to process language and how they become
 proficient speakers and thinkers. This course will help you enrich your child's life by stimulating his or her continued
              speech, brain, and language development in an enjoyable, age-appropriate, and natural way.
Learn what the newest research says about how children really learn to read and write and become a powerful guide to
 literacy development when you work with young children. Gain confidence in your ability to guide a child's literacy
  development, and take pleasure in seeing how even the littlest events can be really big steps in reading and writing
                                                         success.

      Increase student performance on standards important to your district by learning how to develop your own work
  books, lab manuals, booklets, activity kits, visual aids, and manipulates targeting those standards. The instructor -- a
 former K-12 teacher who is also the author and developer of over 50 products for the educational market -- will walk
     you step-by-step through the process of creating a wide variety of instructional materials. You'll also learn how to
        profit from your ideas by offering the products you develop for sale through catalogs, stores, and trade shows.
 Creativity will abound in your classroom as you tap into your students' hidden talents. Learn creative new approaches
to learning labs, exercises, assignments, field trips, and evaluation methods. Think beyond the textbooks and challenge
                                your students by making your classroom a creative classroom.
This course is designed to introduce students with limited English proficiency to the written language skills that will be
     needed in order to be successful in academic classes and in the community. While its focus will be primarily on the
graphically related skills of reading and writing, it will also introduce students to basic speaking and listing skills as well
as expand vocabulary, grammar, and syntax knowledge. It is designed as the reading companion course to English as a
                                            Second Language Intermediate Writing.
   This course is designed to introduce students with an intermediate English proficiency to the written language skills
needed to be successful in college classes and in the community. It will introduce students to basic writing skills as well
                                    as expand vocabulary, grammar and syntax knowledge.
 This class continues a student's development of the Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency (CALP) skills required
                                                   for college reading success.
   This course is designed to introduce students with an intermediate English proficiency to the written language skills
needed to be successful in college classes and in the community. It will introduce students to basic writing skills as well
                                    as expand vocabulary, grammar and syntax knowledge.
   This course is designed to introduce students with limited English proficiency to the oral language skills that will be
 needed in order to communicate successfully in academic classes and in the community. Students will learn the basics
 of note taking in lecture, audio, and audio visual presentation in academic situations. They will learn how to gist, how
 to recognize important points, organize and outline information presented in audio and visual formats. They will also
learn the basics of small group communication, including appropriate preparation, roles, small group dynamics, cultural
variations, and small group facilitation and leadership, writing assignments will include classification, analysis, analogy,
 and other expository devices. They will be exposed to a variety of dialects, speech patterns, idioms, and cultural forms
       of communication appropriate to the classroom/college experience. Additionally, students will receive extensive
    instruction in pronunciation necessary for academic discourse. While its focus will be primarily on the oral skills of
  listening and speaking, it will also introduce students to basic reading and writing skills as well as expand vocabulary,
                                                grammar, and syntax knowledge.
This course is designed to introduce students with limited English proficiency to the oral language skills that will be
needed in order to communicate successfully in academic classes and in the community. Students will learn the basics

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 Provides the student with a basic background of the nutrients essential to maintain the physical and mental well-being
                                                  of the human body.
   This course is designed to provide the student with the body systems disease process by presenting the disorders,
           etiology, progression, signs and symptoms, and standard approaches to diagnosis and treatment.
  Development studies course that reviews whole numbers, integers, fractions, decimals percents, ratios, proportions,
                                          and graphing utilizing basic algebra.




  To provide an opportunity for students to improve their overall muscular strength and endurance through resistance
   training, A variety of exercises will be presented utilizing resistance bands, body bars, dumbbells, and fitness balls.
This course is designed to assist the student in transitioning into the role of an entry level practical nurse. Students will
   work with a preceptor to plan, implement and evaluate care to assigned residents in a long term care setting. The
student will demonstrate positive communication skills and begin to function as an effective member of the discipline of
                                                           nursing.

    Pharmacology expands the learner's knowledge of drug classification, therapeutics actions, side effects, and drug
 interactions. The course assists the learner to understand the role of pharmacological agents in relation to health needs
                                                 and stresses health teaching.
  Professional Topics IV explores the education, employment, political, and societal aspects of professional nursing. It
                                               introduces research in nursing.
    Applies best practice aspects of patient care from theory in Professional Topics III and IV as students develop an
  evidenced-based project identifying cultural, financial, therapeutic communication skills, patient management, ethical
                                                    and legal components.

  Radiology offers an introduction to scientific principles of oral radiography including production and absorption of
 radiation, x-ray unit function, imaging systems, quality assurance, radiation biology, and radiographic interpretation.
      Radiology Lab experiences develop competence in exposing, processing, mounting, critically evaluating, and
                                           interpretation of dental radiographs.
Foundations of Advanced Emergency Care is a preparatory course for the Paramedic Education Program. The course
will concentrate on provider roles and responsibilities, ethical/legal issues, provider safety, therapeutic communication,
                                                 and lifespan development
Paramedic Pharmacology/Pathophysiology is a preparatory course for the Paramedic Education program. The course
    will concentrate on the pathophysiology of illness and injury on the human body and also relate the principles of
                                          pharmacology to the pathophysiology
Advanced Patient Assessment will focus on how to perform advanced prehospital physical exams, gather appropriate
                    medical histories, and how to implement a treatment plan based on the findings.
       Treatment in Advanced Emergency Care will teach the skills of intubation, intravenous access, medication
                                   administration, injections, manual defibrillation, etc.
Cardiology for the Paramedic will focus on assessing the prehospital cardiac patient, interpreting electrocardiograms,
                                  and formulating treatment regimens for these patients.
   Medical Emergencies I explores medical conditions that the Paramedic may encounter. Systems studied include:
                         respiratory, nervous, endocrine, immune, gastrointestinal, and urinary.

  Medical Emergencies II explores medical conditions that the Paramedic may encounter. Areas of study will include:
          toxicology, blood disorders, environmental emergencies, infectious diseases, and behavioral problems.
    Special Populations for the Paramedic explores illness and injury in the obstetric/gynecologic, neonatal, pediatric,
                                      geriatric, and chronically ill patient populations.
   Traumatic Emergencies for the Paramedic explores the science of traumatic injuries, their detection and treatment.
                Major topics include: soft tissue, shock, hard tissue, nervous system, and internal injuries.
     Advanced EMS Operations will present the learner with techniques for appropriately transporting and rescuing
  patients. Students will learn to manage variety of incidents including hazardous materials, crime scenes, and multiple
                                                      casualty incidents.
  Paramedic Internship I will have the student complete supervised internship, applying the principles , objectives, and
                                         psychomotor skills in the clinical setting.
  Paramedic Internship II will have the student complete supervised internship, applying the principles objectives, and
                                 psychomotor skills in the Emergency Department setting.
 Paramedic Internship III will have the student complete a supervised internship, applying the principles objectives, and
                                  psychomotor skills in the medical specialty departments.
      Paramedic Internship IV students will complete supervised internship, applying the principles, objectives and
                                           psychomotor skills in the field setting.
      Paramedic Internship V students will complete supervised internship, applying the principles, objectives, and
                                     psychomotor skills in the clinical and field setting.
      Paramedic Internship VI students will complete supervised internship, applying the principles, objectives, and
                                      psychomotor skills in the extensive field setting.
     Paramedic Capstone will provide a supervised externship as the team leader, applying the knowledge and skills
                           obtained throughout the didactic portions of the Paramedic program.
Introduction to Law for Managers and Supervisors surveys the role of the legal system as a control agency for business
   practices and techniques in both a traditional and electronic commerce environment. It overviews the court system,
                                                    administrative agency
 Documentation and Evaluation of Experiential Learning provides the writing and research skills essential for compiling
      a personal career portfolio. Students identify transferrable learning experiences and prepare descriptions and
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 Applied Music Technology meets individual needs based upon the student's background, training, and interests. This
 course includes a weekly 30-minute private lesson and student lab work Course content involves projects chosen and
                                              completed by the student a

 Computer Forensics and Investigation prepares students in detecting an analyzing data stored or hidden on computer
         systems. Students will be introduced to the techniques and tools of computer forensic investigations.
Practical Nursing II allows the practical nursing student to implement nursing care for individuals through the lifespan
while focusing on the theoretical concepts of obstetrical and mental health nursing, cancer, and the gastrointestinal and
                                                       reproductive
Practical Nursing III allows the practical nursing student to implement nursing care for individuals through the lifespan
while focusing on the genitourinary, respiratory, neurological and cardiovascular body systems. This is the second of a
                                                     two part nursing
     Externship in Surgical Technology includes participating in multiple surgical cases performed, demonstrating
                          application of didactic/clinical skills, to achieve extensive skills sets.
                                             Was - Construction Printreading
                                            Was - Construction Printreading II
                                               Was - Educator Internship I




A comprehensive study of adult clients designed to build nursing knowledge of the pathophysiology of diseases and the
     application of the nursing process. The clinical component builds on classroom experiences, allows students to
    implement their knowledge in specialized areas, and assist in development of nursing roles as providers of care,
  managers of care, and members of the discipline of nursing in the transition from student to entry-level practitioner.
  Collaborative learning strategies focus on the application of leadership, management concepts, and styles as well as
 analysis of management processes in health care settings. Preparation to take the NCLEX exams will be evaluated by
   successful completion of a standardized nursing exit exam. Student achievement of the associate degree terminal
   objectives will be evaluated through portfolio presentations. Information will be provided to facilitate the nursing
                                         graduate to apply for state board exams.

Focuses on the fundamentals of information security. Course is taught with a mix of theory and hands-on applications.

     Explores illustration: process, types, subject matters, careers and variety of tools and materials available to the
     illustrator. Students complete a variety of illustration projects to become familiar with the materials and tools
commonly used by illustrators. Constructive critique sessions utilizing design terminology combined with discussion of
         assignment parameters will be used to review why one illustration may be more effective, than another.
 Introduces the student to the management and documentation practices used in client assessment, goal establishment,
                               and identification of appropriate resources for client referral.

Introduces the layperson to the duties and responsibilities of a paralegal, and provides an overview of legal principles in
 a variety of areas of the law and a practical introduction to the kinds of duties and responsibilities that a paralegal will
                    have in the workplace. The student will learn the terminology of carious legal areas.
    This course introduces students to database concepts, with topics such as database structure and design, planning,
modeling, database software and servers, SQL, reports, fault tolerance, and administration being covered. Exposure to
                                  current and popular database systems will be provided.
 Presents the abilities and behaviors expected by employers of electronics technicians. Discusses personal development
    and career advancement. Establishes guidelines for personal organization, problem solving, verbal and non-verbal
                                    skills, participation, punctuality and dependability.
   This course will cover basic system operations of boats and off season storage, including how to properly operate a
 boat, dock and tie up a boat, the purpose of instrument gauges and accessories, marine industry terminology and how
  to identify various serial numbers. Considerable practice will be provided in properly winterizing boats and personal
                                              watercraft for off season storage.
This course will cover basic detailing of boats and personal watercraft, to include removal of mild oxidation; wax build
    up and fine scratches, how to properly restore optimum gloss, especially on dark colors, and how to provide long
 lasting protection from harmful UV rays. You will additionally learn how to clean and protect teakwood. This course
    provides practice in basic correct use of a buffer, detail cleaners, waxes, polishes and protectants, how to identify
                                          specific problems and possible solutions.

   This course will cover basic rigging operation of boats and personal watercraft, including how to properly install
motors and all necessary wiring, how to properly determine what motor should be installed and how to install gauges,
  depth finders, stereos and other equipment. The course will also include trailer set up procedures, the purpose of
 instrument gauges and accessories on boats. Factory service manuals, electronic and paper, will be used to look up
         parts as you learn marine industry terminology and how to identify various serial numbers on motors.
 In this course, students learn proper shop management procedures including parts ordering, inventory, repair order
 writing, payroll, employee-employer relations, customer relations and communication skills, sales and service in the
 service center, warranty procedures on marine products, computerized parts/billing systems and waste management
                                                      procedures.


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   In this course students learn how to diagnose different fuel injection systems and their problems as sell as know the
   difference between fuel systems. Students will be able to analyze these fuel systems along with using the latest test
 equipment. Each student will be able to understand and explain how these systems work. You will also learn how to
                                              use failure evaluating procedures.
    In this course, students learn how to analyze electrical problems and procedures. Students understand how to go
 about troubleshooting different electrical problems such as ignition, hard starting, low speed engine miss, engine miss
firing and engine running rough. Students will also evaluate engine running problems with different computer scanners
                              and be able to apply these skills when they complete this course.
  In this course, students learn how to repair a wide variety of advanced fuel systems, for example, throttle body fuel
injection, multiport fuel injection systems and direct injected fuel systems. Students practice how to properly test these
                                           systems and how to diagnose each one.
  Supervised experience in a chemical dependency agency as approved by the program coordinator and Iowa Board of
                                             Certification for Substance Abuse.
  Supervised experience in a chemical dependency agency as approved by the program coordinator and Iowa Board of
                                             Certification for Substance Abuse.




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Defines exercise through the study of neuromuscular physiology, metabolism, exercise endocrinology, cardiometabolic
response, environmental adaptation and optimized physical performance. Examines physiological response to various
modes of exercise through laboratory activities and culminates with an original research project. Intended for students
   pursuing health-related careers, health pre-professional programs or those who have an interest in the effects of
                                              exercise on the human body.


Many people, faced with their own interests and standards, need reliable guidelines to address the moral implications of
ethical & business decisions. This course offers a unique practical approach to learning business ethics and focuses on
the relationships among various stakeholders, including individuals, groups, corporations, and nations. Students will
study the latest research, current cases, and practical examples to examine the role of ethics in the contemporary
business world. Outcomes include real-world ethical dilemmas encountered by managers, implementing a stakeholder
analysis, and comprehensive coverage of employee workplace issues such as risk management, preferential hiring,
corporate legitimacy, and moral accountability. This course will give students the realistic tools needed to handle
complex moral dilemmas in the workplace and the world.

A combined teaching, learning and practice course emphasizing the identification and analysis of diet as it relates to
dental health. Students will evaluate caries and periodontal disease risk levels and perform counseling and instruction in
elements of nutrition as they relate to the prevention of dental disease. Prerequisite: BIO 164, CHM 132, HCM 236
A continuation of Nurse been developed to meet the training requirements for in hospital. Prerequisite: A DMACC
This 15-hour course has Aide to provide additional skills and clinical to work Intermediate Care Facilities by providing
basic knowledge about Alzheimer's disease and other chronic dementia illnesses. Emphasis is on the physical and
The devices and circuits used in thyristor control of machines are presented. It includes phase control of DC motors,
An introduction to motors as well controls. speed this course students will use ladder diagrams and control devices
triac control of AC industrial motoras various Duringcontrol circuits. Prerequisite: ELT 131
to implement practical control systems.and angular displacement, velocities, and accelerations of linkages, gear trains
This introductory course covers linear
and belt and friction drives. Included discussed in ELT143 are evaluated using precision components. Major principles
The principles of drives and linkages topics are vectors, simple and complex machines and toggle and intermittent
The basic are speed of the torque, layout and construction for commercial wiring and industrial wiring systems. Apply
evaluated principles ratios, NEC forpower and efficiency. Lab projects are applications of principles of process control
basics of wiring into the planning NEC for layout of commercial and industrial wiring systems.how load requirements
Utilize the basic principles of the of typical commercial and industrial installations. Configure Apply code rules, using
hands on approach of grounding and eliminating the misconceptions when dealing with to complicated wiring.
The understanding for commercial and industrial electrical installations from simplistic NEC requirements for
installation. isometric and orthographic projection drawings. Soldering techniques, fabrication of sheet metal
Rendering of
The analysis of communications systems including using photographic and etching methods.
enclosures and production of printed circuit boardstransmission and reception of AM and FM radio, television, satellite
and microwave includingin radio, television, satellite and microwave systems ELT 387, the construction and alignment
Laboratory experiments antenna and transmission line theory. Prerequisite: including 388 Corequisite: ELT 475
of aanalysis of various imaging systems including387, 388 Corequisite: ELT machines, scanners and accessories such as
An broadcast radio receiver. Prerequisite: ELT laser printers, copiers, fax 474
Experience in troubleshooting, service and repair LCD displays. printers, fax machines, scanners and peripherals,
document feeders and sorters, monitors, cameras,of copiers, laserPrerequisite: ELT 387, 388 Corequisite: ELT 479
monitors,of video monitoring systems, fire and intruder alarm systems, climate control systems. Prerequisite: ELT 781,
Analysis cameras, LCD displays. Prerequisite: ELT 387, 388 Corequisite: ELT 478
782 Corequisite: ELT 483and troubleshooting of various security systems. Prerequisite: ELT 781, 782 Corequisite:
Installation, maintenance,
ELT 482
This course trains the student in electrical safety testing and the repair, calibration and preventative maintenance of
patient monitoring equipment such as and preventive maintenance of critical care, diagnostic and life support equipment
This course covers repair, calibration ECG, blood pressure, defibrillators, ICN, CCU central station monitoring
in comprehensive study of process control characteristics such as elements, modes, and stability along with detailed
A a hands-on, lab environment. Prerequisite: ELT 781, 782 Corequisite: ELT 484
This lab includes experiments on transducers used in implementation and final experiments on proportional, integral
knowledge of measurement technique, control mode process control as well ascontrol element functions. In keeping
and course is control. for the student that is 612 Corequisite: ELT 643
Thisderivative designedPrerequisite: ELT 611,already proficient with computers and electronic circuitry. The course
follows the recommendations of CompTIA on the subjects and materials to assist the student in learning about
The course provides an introduction to robotic fundamentals. The student will examine parameters of robot operation
and program robots forthe student to all aspects of a flexible manufacturing cell. It will familiarize the student with cell
This course introduces various applications.
The basic theories, concepts and principles of electro- mechanical devices such as relays, 119
software and hardware. It includes labs on all cell components. Prerequisite: ELT 134 or contactors, and DC/AC
motors will be covered as well as concepts and principles of electro-mechanical devices. Projects are applications of
Application of the basic theories, the basic principles of mechanical relationships including gears, pulleys, belt drives,
principles used in business machines, security systems methods andelectronics systems including construction 474, 475,
A study of electronic systems troubleshooting theory, and medical techniques. Prerequisites: ELT 478, 479, of
482, 483 Corequisite: ELT 817
A hands-on experience troubleshooting and repairing a variety of electronic equipment such as copiers, security
monitors and cameras, radio, television and satellite systems. Prerequisite: ELT 478, 479, 474, 475, 482, 483



Overview of internal parts, principles of beads and buildup surfacing of positiveposition, welding with oxy-acetylene
Basic skill will be developed in welding operation and maintenance in the flat displacement and centrifugal pumps.
equipment along with an introduction to GMAC welding.
A related welding course for industrial maintenance technicians to include the following topics: Theory and operation
An advanced course for the vertical issues, metallurgy and related properties.
of welding equipment, related safetyand horizontal milling machines. During this course students will become familiar
with advanced setupsfor the metal cutting lathe. During this course students care become familiar withPrerequisite:
An advanced course and machining concepts as well as safe operation and will of milling machines. advanced setups
as advanced course for and care of a lathe. Prerequisite: machines. During this MFG students will become familiar
Anwell as safe operation the vertical and horizontal millingMFG 251 Corequisite: course252
with advanced setups and machining concepts as well as safe operation and care of milling machines. Prerequisite:
Hands-on drafting experience in the design, drawing, and detailing of a progressive die using computer aided design
   in-depth study quality-control measuring MFG 502. Additional areas of concentration include Process plan
An introduction toin applying the concepts ofdevices, their use and application of data in Statisticalsampling Control.
theory, FMEA study, alpha is to beta calculations, reliability, values and applying these concepts in caseand work costs,
The purpose of this course and provide an understanding of the principles and concepts of production studies.
the cost understanding in the concepts and methods of contributionsmaintenance. Includeshave development of a
Provide impact of shop floor activities       the various preventative company employees the on costs and
maintenance and documentation system. Provide fundamental troubleshooting methods and concepts. to apply skills
Supervised work experience with employer based upon individual training plan which enables student
and knowledge.to the WWW Successful completion of courses in terms 1, 2, CGI3 of the Integrated Manufacturing
Apply COBOL Prerequisite: using NetExpress from Merant. Topics include and Programs. Data access on the Web
Roles of dietary personnel in HTML based and state and federal guidelines. Explore managerial aspects within
Server, GUI development forhealth facilitiesapplications. Prerequisite: CIS 402
facilities.
Basic principles and development of techniques as they apply to preparation of each food group and the criterion for
evaluating product quality. Laboratory experience.An awareness of sanitation will be created for all areas of food
Methods of efficiently serving safe, pleasing food.
service.
An in-depth study (social, physiological and psychological need) of residents from infancy to geriatric. Explore the
therapeutic roleof special diets, using the approved diet manual, a review of food guidelines and hints for making
An assessment of food.
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modified diets more appetizing.
Total production needs, equipment layout, work methods, food storage, food preparation, service, sanitation and use
The management functions of food preparation in a health care facility. Practical experience in a selected health care
Application and evaluation required to organize and maintain an efficient, quality, dietary department are developed.
facility supervised by a registered dietitian. (P/F)
Application and evaluation of sanitation and meal service in health care facilities. Practical experience in a selected
health care facility supervised by a registered dietitian. (P/F) facilities. Practical experience in a selected health care
Application and evaluation of nutritional aspects in health care
facility supervised by a registered dietitian. (P/F)
Application and evaluation of modified diets in health care facilities. Practical experience in a selected health care
facility supervised by a registered dietitian. (P/F) health care facilities. Practical experience in a selected health care
Application and evaluation of food production in
facility supervised by a registered dietitian. management in health care facilities. Practical experience in a selected health
Application and evaluation of food service (P/F)
care facility supervised by a registered dietitian. (P/F)
This course provides the student with a thorough study into various Linux/Unix systems available, the advantages and
This course includes the study of creating and installing functions. Perl scripts asamount ofdetailed study of their uses
disadvantages, installation techniques and management bash and A significant well as a time will be spent loading,
and power controlling a Linux familiarizeenvironment. Thethe functions also create, compileto successfully support
The purpose of this class is to or UNIX the student with student will and program skills and link C code and
Linux in a network environment. The course will the reading skills necessary for success in college. Through the use
This course provides students with instruction of include a major project of programming and installing a successful
This course explores themes of identity, difference, and migration that are raised byapplication of critical samples.skills.
of college-level materials, students are afforded opportunity for demonstration and the analysis of DNA reading As a
central aspect of this course, students will submit a DNA sample to the National Geographic Society's Genographic
This course is designed to provide students exposure to project management and its importance to improving success
in information technology projects. Topics addressed in thethe fieldwillearly childhood education.of project an overview
Gives students a historical and philosophical foundation of course of include triple constraints Includes
Focuses on the development, implementation and assessment ofcareers in theenvironments andinfluences for families and
of assessment and trends that influence best practices. Explore appropriate field. Addresses curricula of young
children ages three through eight. Students prepare to utilize of appropriate environments and curricula for young
Focuses on the development, implementation and assessment developmentally appropriate practices in a context of
children ages three through eight. Students prepare to utilize developmentally appropriate practices in a context of
Reviews typical and atypical development of children from conception to adolescence in all developmental domains.
Presents interactions between child, family and society withincomponents, community andthe Internet and other
This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, a variety of and models of cultural contexts, examines
computer networks. It uses the OSI and TCP layered models to examine theand explainsrolesprinciples of routing and
This course describes the architecture, components and operation of routers nature and the of protocols and services
This course provides a comprehensive theoretical and and troubleshoot the designing, implementing and maintaining
routing protocols. Students analyze, configure, verify practical approach to primary routing protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, a
converged network. Students learn about the hierarchical network design model and how to select devices for each
Course is designed as the WANand final preparation for students taking Information Technology certification tests.
This course discusses a review technologies and network services required by converged applications on enterprise
This course will introduce students to the Linux Operating introduce integrated network services and explains
networks. The course uses Cisco Network Architecture to System and is designed for students with little or no how to
previous experience with Linux. Students will gain experience and understanding of basic setup and installation,
  Introduction to Wind Energy Resources is designed to provide a basic understanding of wind as an energy resource.
    Topics covered will include the history of wind energy usage; the location, magnitude, and availability of biomass
    energy resources; biomass energy technologies; and the economic and environmental issues associated with using
                                                biomass energy resources.
    Introduction to Biomass Energy Resources is designed to provide a basic understanding of biomass as an energy
 resource. Topic covered will include the history of biomass energy usage; the location, magnitude, and availability of
  biomass energy resources; biomass energy technologies; and the economic and environmental issues associated with
                                             using biomass energy resources.
 Introducing the concepts of natural resources management with an emphasis on sustainable energy resources. Topics
   covered will include basic natural resources management practices; past, present, and future usage and demand of
energy resources; the role of sustainable energy resources in current and future energy policies; and the management of
                                               sustainable energy resources.




   Basic introduction to the design and development cycles utilized in many computer-related occupations. Covers
structured program design and graphic design processes. Addresses designing logic, storyboards, thumbnail sketches,
hierarchy charts, flowcharts and related design specifications and models for a variety of problems using various design
                                                   methods and tools.
  Provides an understanding of technical support issues faced within the computer industry. Discusses the role of the
help desk and decisions which affects the success of technical support. Emphasizes how people, processes, technology,
                                       and information affect the typical help desk.

    Students learn and practice the many tools, techniques, and capabilities of Adobe Illustrator through creation of
         graphic Illustration, as well as vocabulary and navigation specific to an object-based drawing program.
Practical knowledge regarding basic operating issues with Adobe Photoshop. Directed practice focuses on learning the
                                                         tools, menus,
     Basic introduction to the graphic design processes used by graphic design professionals including storyboards,
   thumbnail sketches, hierarchy charts, and related design specifications and models for a variety of problems using
                                             various design methods and tools.
  An advanced course building on and further exploring the many facets of typography introduced in the Typography
course. Formal application of type: publication design, grid systems, legibility, readability, typographic hierarchy, style
                             sheets, pre-press issues, font design and creative type application.
     Legal and medical terminology with emphasis on spelling, pronunciation, and usage in the context of the legal
                                                          profession.
    The skills and competencies required to be a paralegal and to assist an attorney in taxation and tax preparation.
Extensive instruction in the areas of income and fiduciary income taxation including the skills and competencies needed
  to generate prepared tax return. Includes computer literacy with respect to a widely used computer tax preparation
                                                           program.

  Covers basic troubleshooting skills as they apply to the troubleshooting of microcomputer hardware and software.
 Provides experiences to effectively control the operation and resource allocation of a computer system. Emphasizes
    effective internal resource management in general and how those principles apply to the mainframe, mid-range
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 The basics of help desk support activities and the skill set to provide valuable customer support to clients. Consists of
   both a theory component and lab activities using simulations and scenarios to reinforce and emphasize practical
                                 applications of help desk customer support concepts.




  This course is designed to provide the student experience in applying accounting knowledge and skills to Microsoft
   Excel. Topics covered include: Excel basics, using formulas (beginning, intermediate, and advanced), formatting,
  template tutorial, working with tables, data analysis features, automating repetitive tasks, importing, exporting, and
 distributing data, customizing, financial accounting, management accounting, financial statements, inventory, payroll,
depreciation, amortization, costs of goods manufactured, job order cost accounting, process costing, and cost-volume-
  profit analysis. The applications will be done on a computer. Prerequisite: ACC142, Financial Accounting or ACC
                                             111, Introduction to Accounting.

                           include: Excel basics, using formulas (beginning, intermediate and
                          advanced), formatting, template tutorial, working with tables, data
                          analysis features, automating repetitive tasks, importing, exporting,
                         and distributing data, customizing, financial accounting, management
                            accounting, financial statements, inventory, payroll, depreciation,

                         amortization, cost of goods manufactured, job order cost accounting,
                        process costing, and cost-volume-profit analysis. The applications will
                       be done on a computer. Prerequisite: ACC 142, Financial Accounting or
                                        ACC 111, Introduction to Accounting



      Continues MGT 121, focusing on traditional project management tools and emerging project management
  technologies. Students develop a project plan, define and sequence tasks, identify critical path, allocate resources,
estimate risks and maintain a budget. Uses popular project management software, such as MS Project and MS Excel.




                        Applied major lessons are available, but require a lesson, laboratory fee.




  In this course students will focus on a specific position of the industry. Students will complete tasks of that position
and document skill level, ability, and potential in the position, through a portfolio. Students must complete all previous
           program requirements. Interview, job shadowing, live work, and job costing are part of this course.
  In this course you will build on the learning you obtained in Job Estimating HEQ252. You will take the information
and actually bid projects and complete cost estimates on various size projects depending on conditions and other non-
 controllable influences. Comparisons in cost to complete a task yourself to sub-bidding parts of a project will also be
                                              incorporated where applicable.

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Covers agricultural safety and rescue techniques. To be taught at the National Education Center for Agriculture Safety
                                                  (NECAS) in Peosta.

A clinical course designed to teach students MRI procedures beginning with patient care procedures that are specific to
        MRI and ending with the required ARRT competencies that are required for the ARRT MR board exam.
  An introduction to deep tissue massage focusing on massage skills related to soft tissue dysfunction that integrates
deep tissue therapy, neuromuscular therapy (trigger points), Swedish massage, cross-fiber techniques, connective tissue
                      techniques, stretching, and basic energetic principles of polarity and shiatsu.

 The first of a series of course practicums in the area of massage therapy, and is requires before advancement into the
  other practicums. Students will demonstrate professional and ethical principles, communication skills, proper body
 mechanics, correct hygiene, sanitation, and safety techniques, as well as basic preparation, assessment and techniques
    used for Swedish massage. Students will be able to deliver a full hour Swedish massage and variations thereof.
Introduction to common drugs and drug therapies as they relate to the field of health information technology. Includes
                          accurate identification of drug names, spelling, and indication for usage.
               Transcription, proofreading, and editing of medical reports utilized in health care facilities.
   Focuses on medical transcription profession and common references used by professionals, as well as on common
formatting, punctuation, and editing guidelines. Lab practice includes a physician progress, chart notes, and introduces
                                                 history and physical reports.
                             Covers the general aspects of dairy goats and industry overview.
                                                    Was: Viticulture Safety
                                                     Was: Enology Safety



  Elements of Writing attends to the needs of students who require additional practice in writing beyond the writing
foundations level. The course includes a review of grammar and usage skills as well as writing practices involving the
process approach of pre-writing, drafting, and rewriting. This course will not meet Associate Degree requirements for
                                                      graduation.

 Writing for the Workplace prepares students for the various types of written communication required by professional
 employers. In this class, students learn how to write clear but brief billing descriptions, estimates, informal and formal
reports, and various types of office communication. This course also includes a review of grammar and usage skills, as
             well as focusing on the appropriate use of language in a professional workplace environment.
  College Preparatory Reading Level I is the first in a series of three courses designed to equip students with the skills
      they need to become successful college-level readers. Emphasis in this series will be placed on basic reading
   comprehension skills particularly the skill of recognizing the main idea and supporting details and student success
                                                         strategies.

College Preparatory Reading II is the second in a series of three course designed to equip students with the skills they
need to become successful college-level readers. Emphasis in this series will be placed on reading comprehension skills
      and student success strategies. This course does not meet Associate Degree requirements for graduation.
    College Preparatory Reading III is designed to strengthen students' understanding of college reading material.




  Focuses on laboratory used in a wide variety of forensic disciplines. Includes the scientific method, identification of
    This beginning level course allows students to explore art projects that combine a variety of media. The course
 emphasizes experimentation with conceptual approaches to art. Examples of projects include mixed media on paper,
                       on canvas, handmade art books, assemblage, and found object sculpture.

    Introduces basic constitutional and United States Supreme Court cases that led to current immigration policy.
      Emphasizes immigrant and non-immigrant visas, and long-term nonresidents and individuals on the path to
                     naturalization. Explores common immigration law situations and problems.
   Provides an overview of the theories and practices related to management and leadership in the fitness and sports
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 Emphasizes the importance of personal responsibility in health and wellness. Focuses on personal decision making in
  cardiovascular fitness, muscular fitness, nutrition and weight control, as well as aging and health. Improving and
   maintaining quality of life through health and healthy decisions area an ongoing theme throughout this course.
Covers the gross structure and function of human body systems. Focuses on function as it relates to structure through




Develops the skills used in problem solving as it applies to the agencies of the criminal justice system. This is a course
Musical notation, scales and intervals, sight-singing and fundamental keyboard skills. Recommended for music majors
  judged deficient in fundamentals, elementary teaching majors, and other interested students. This is also a course
                                              taught by Black Hawk CC IL.

  This course is designed to acquaint the student with the proper personnel and industry safety procedures needed to
 function in the HVAC-R industry. Policy, procedures and orientation will be included in the course along with the 10
                                                 hour OSHA training.

Provides an overview of the theories and practices related to engagement in physical activity. Emphasizes motivational
                theories of behavior and behavior changes as they relate to exercise and health behaviors.
This course is a combination of theory and lab. Concepts of health, illness, human needs and environment are examined
 in relationship to communication, nursing process, and nursing roles. Emphasis is placed on the knowledge, skills and
   attitudes necessary to care for clients with predictable needs in a laboratory setting. Essential information on drug
   calculations and safe administration of medication and care of the normal newborn and obstetric patient are special
                                                      topics addressed.

 This course introduces the student to nursing concepts that form the foundation for nursing practice. Nursing history,
   healthcare systems, legal and ethical principles, cultural awareness, roles of the nurse and healthcare team, nursing
   process, and introduction to standards for quality and safety in healthcare are included in this theory based course.
 This course prepares the student for the role of the practical nurse. Concepts of management of care, delegation, and
               prioritization are discussed. Preparation for the NCLEX-PN exam is the basis of the course.
  The emphasis in this course is in the development of higher level concepts and skills within the nursing process. The
         roles of nurse as provider of care and manager of care are explored within the health-illness continuum.
   Pharmacological and diet therapy principles are integrated through the lifespan. A systematic approach using the
knowledge, skills, and attitudes of caring for the predictable pediatric and adult client are explored through didactic and
                                                    clinical experiences.

This course is a continuation of Practical Nursing IA with an emphasis in the development of higher level concepts and
skills within the nursing process. The roles of nurse as provider and manager of care as well as becoming a member in
the discipline of nursing are explored within the health-illness continuum. Pharmacological and diet therapy principles
are integrated through the lifespan. A systematic approach using the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of caring for the
              predictable pediatric and adult client are explored through didactic and preceptor experiences.
Basic Reasoning is designed to assist students in developing reasoning and critical thinking skills. Students will learn to
  identify and analyze ideas and arguments, use inductive and deductive reasoning and practice evaluating reasoning
                            found in variety of contexts including media, internet, and culture.
 Sports Media Internship is designed to allow students hands-on practical experience in video, audio, and print media
with a sport emphasis, according to students needs. Students apply skills learned in previous coursework. Permission
                                                  of instructor is required.

  Video Practicum II allows advanced students to work in tandem with station personnel and faculty to research, plan
and execute programs to be aired on the cable channel. This class is intended to teach students to assemble story ideas
 and develop sources for stories and features to be used in newscasts and other program fare. This course will expose
    students to real world production decisions with class members serving as producers for on-going productions.
  Students will be able to pursue their writing and production skill to direct media programs that will air on the cable
   channel or be made available to individual programs within the college. Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or higher in
                            Video Practicum I, Video Production and Video Field Production.
 Sports Media Practicum focuses on skill development in sports radio broadcasting, video production and print media.
  Students will rotate through four semesters of the course honing skills in each area. This course may be taken four
                                                      times for credit.
     Video Practicum I allows beginning students to apply the skills in various courses in Electronic Media Studies
  program. Students will be able to use their writing and production skills to assist in producing media programs that
             will be aired on the cable channel or made available to individual programs within the college.
    Advanced Video Production II advances students knowledge of non-linear editing techniques and applications
   associated with computers and industry software. Practical tutorials will focus on integrating 2D and 3D motion
graphics, multi-track audio applications and outputting final products into multiple formats. This course will require the
student to produce professional level media projects for use within the college or for the college's cable channel. In the
    end these projects will provide pieces for their individual job searches. Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or higher in
                                              Advanced Video Production I




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     Advanced Video Production I teaches students advanced video production techniques and skills using media
   techniques and software applications associated with computers and industry software. This course will provide
 students with ample opportunities to refine basic production skills and produce professional level media projects for
  use within the college or for the college's cable channel. In the end these projects will provide the student with a
 portfolio of production pieces for their individual job searches. Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or higher in Video Field
                                                        Production.

  New Media Production introduces students to the new media techniques and software applications associated with
computers and industry software. Students will work with video clips, photos, music, text and special effects to create
                features for outputting to the Web or DVDs, mobile phones and other handheld devices.
 Sports Information and Copywriting allows students to develop an understanding and hands-on skills in areas such as
press releases, gathering and reporting statistics, assembling and presenting team information. Students will work with
                              teams to hone the skills needed in sports information venues.

  Media Writing is meant to introduce the student to narrative techniques as they relate to audio/visual images. These
 relationships will emphasize storytelling concepts and treatment with considerable emphasis on the scripting process.
  Examples from news, short features and documentaries will be used to illustrate the various techniques used today.
  Various forms of media content including news stories, photo essays and short features will be developed using the
          two-column audio/video narrative format. Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or higher in Composition I
  Sports Production III is a continuation of the first two production courses. Students work in either visual or audio
 production bases on the student's preference. Leadership skills are emphasized. Prerequisite: Sports Production I and
                                                   Sports Production II
Sports Production II - Audio is designed to allow students hands-on practical experience in the production of audio for
   sporting events. Students apply skills learned in previous courses to produce sports packages for radio broadcast
                                                         purposes.
  Sports Production I - Visual is designed to allow students hands-on practical experience to creating video sports or
  other visual formats. Students apply skills learned in previous courses to produce sports packages ready for visual
                                                         broadcast.
   Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature will look at some of the classic and ground-breaking works in the fields of
                Fantasy and Science Fiction writing, as well as some modern adaptations of these genres.
   Culinary Arts Internship provides students with work experience related to their area of career interest within the
    hospitality industry. Work experience may be in baking, culinary arts, supervision, or related areas. Hours are
                                 arranged. Prerequisite: Permission from program chair.
 Recipe Costing and Menu Pricing emphasizing the need to develop standardized recipes for costing and menu pricing
                       purposes. Students evaluate and apply various theories of menu planning.
  Cost Control examines the control process applicable to a food service operation. Emphasis is on the principles of
controlling food, beverage, and labor costs. Topics include cost and sales controls that can be established for food and
                    beverage operations. Students analyze labor costs and methods to control them.
      Design and Layout of Food Service Facilities investigates the purchases, installation, operation, and routine
    maintenance of food service equipment. Related topics of design, atmosphere, space allocation and wise energy
  management will be addressed. The purpose of this class is to discuss the myriad of decisions a new restaurateur or
                           foodservice manager will be faced with as they enter the industry.
 World Cuisine students various ethnic cuisines of the world, their cultures, and their histories. Emphasis is on current
                              trends and applications as students gain hands on experience.
   Continues practice in conversation in English for non-native speakers of English at the beginning advanced level.
   Provides practices in speaking in formal and informal language settings. Exposes students to English culture and
                                cultural expectations in conversation and oral interaction.

    Prepares non-native speakers of English for academic communication skills, including presentations. Provides
 opportunity to practice academic skills, emphasizing presentation and other skills, at the advanced intermediate level.
    Practice in reading and vocabulary development at the advanced intermediate level. Emphasizes more subtle
                                vocabulary and comprehension for academic settings.

Continues practice in English grammar for non-native speakers of English at the advanced intermediate level. Provides
      practice in English grammar fluently in writing, reading and speaking. Emphasizes grammar in applications.
Continues practice in the formation of English sentences, paragraphs, and reports for non-native speakers of English at
    an advanced intermediate level. Provides practice in writing structure, and using English vocabulary in writing.
                                 Emphasizes academic report structure and conventions.
  Continues practice in conversation in English for non-native speakers of English at the advanced intermediate level.
   Focuses on speaking, in formal and informal language settings. Exposes students to English culture and cultural
                                    expectations in conversation and oral interaction.
Continues practice in reading and vocabulary development at the beginning intermediate level for non-native speakers
                               of English. Emphasizes reading skills in academic settings.
     Continues practice in English segmental and intonation of the English language for non-native speakers at the
  beginning intermediate level. Provides practice in using segmental and intonation, in formal and informal language
                                                         settings.
  Continues practice in conversation and listening skills in English for non-native speakers of English at the beginning
 intermediate level. Emphasizes speaking and listening in formal and informal language settings. Exposes students to
                                        English culture and cultural expectations.
Continues practice in English grammar for non-native speakers of English at the beginning intermediate level. Focuses
                           on using English grammar fluently in writing, reading and speaking.

 Continues practice in the formation of English sentences, paragraphs and reports for non-native speakers of English at
   a beginning intermediate level. Builds students' writing structure skills, and use of English vocabulary in writing.
   Provides practice in reading and vocabulary development at the begging level for non-native speakers of English.
                                     Emphasizes reading skills in academic settings.
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Provides practice in English segmental and intonation of the English language for non-native speakers at the beginning
              level. Focuses on using segmental and intonation, in formal and informal language settings.
  Provides beginning-level practice in conversation and listening skills in English for non-native speakers of English.
                      Emphasizes speaking and listening in formal and informal language settings.
   Provides practice in the basics of English grammar for non-native speakers of English. Focuses on using English
                                    grammar fluently in writing, reading and speaking.
    Provides practice in the basic formation of English sentences, paragraphs and reports for non-native speakers of
                  English. Provides practices in structure, and in using English vocabulary in writing.
   General welding introduces the fundamentals skills involved in welding and cutting metals. Students learn to use
Plasma cutting and Oxyacetylene cutting methods as well as Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, and
                                         Gas Tungsten Arc Welding techniques.




    Safety and basic use of woodworking equipment are emphasized. Included are selection and reading of patterns,
 selection of appropriate wood, tool safety and usage, construction and finishing techniques, cutting/surfacing process,
 material selection/defects, cabinet box joinery, various joint construction (box joint, dovetail joint, biscuit joint, dado,
rabbit, pocket hole, dowel, 1/2 lap), and applying different finishes. Projects include the construction of small cabinets,
                                        pieces of furniture, or other wood items.
                                               Just added the credit hours.




The course introduces students to creating applications using PHP, Apache Server and My SQL. Students will create
 HTML web pages to do form processing. Form processing will contain embedded PHP and MySQL commands to
 retrieve and display data from a database. Other concepts include using cookies and sessions to pass data from one
                                                web page to another.




 The course introduces students to the XML technology. Students will create valid and well-formed XML documents
    The course introduces methods of software quality assurance (SQA) for accurate and thorough verification and
    validation of software and improved control of software development and enhancement. It includes coverage of
  software quality factors, the systems development life cycle and SQA factors, the methods, tools and techniques for
   measurement of software quality and quality control, the costs associated with quality at each phase of the systems
                       development life cycle and various effective SQA guidelines and standards.




An introduction to the materials used in the construction industry and the methods involved in the application of these
                                                  building materials.

A practical hands-on introductory experience that covers the construction process including rough and finish carpentry.
         Proper care, use and selection of hand and power tools with an emphasis on maintenance and safety.

  Fundamentals of blueprint reading designed to allow the student to translate plans into practical job experience.
 A study of the techniques needed to create a materials list by reading a blueprint. Prerequisite: CON 337 should be
                                     taken concurrently or prior to this course.
 Am introduction to the fundamentals of design and basic drafting methods. Includes the preparation of the blueprint
                         used to construct the student-built project. Prerequisite: CON 337

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 Advanced lab experience that emphasizes complex finish skills. The student will be able to demonstrate the skills and
   work habits necessary to complete tasks in a safe manner and to adapt previously learned skills to complete more
                                    complex building tasks. Prerequisite: CON334
 An introduction to concrete as a material and to concrete design, placement and finish. Identification and application
           to forming systems will be studied in the classroom and applied in the lab. Prerequisite: CON336
 This course includes footings, drainage, foundation, basement insulation and decking. (5-week session) Prerequisite:
                                                   Con 333, 346, 342
This course includes exterior wall construction, interior wall construction, ceiling joist framing, rafter framing, exterior
                    trim, window installation and roofing. (5-week session) Prerequisite: CON480
This course includes concrete flatwork, insulation, drywall application, cabinet work and interior trim. (5-week session)
                                                 Prerequisite: CON481




This course includes the application of manual and computer - aided techniques in survey drafting. The topics include
   plat maps, topography, field notebook sketches, and property descriptions. Third party software will be utilized.
                                                 Prerequisite: CET 178
 This course will develop a working knowledge of the United States Public Land Survey System and its application in
     Iowa surveying. Topics will include: the general plan; methods of survey; the system of rectangular surveys;
documentation; restoration of lost or obliterated corners; resurveys; special surveys and special instructions; field notes
                                            and plats. Prerequisite: CET 102

  This course will address the carious safety hazards and causes of illness and injury in the work environment. Topics
   will include acceptable safety conduct and positive safety attitudes and practices, basic first aid techniques; proper
traffic control procedures; avoiding the effects of temperature extremes; recognizing and avoiding hazardous materials;
  potential hazards from poisonous plants and animals and ergonomic principles to prevent musculoskeletal disorders.
  An introduction to Land Information System and Land Records Research. Mapping information analysis compiled
   from country records for environmental protection, land uses, land values and the responsibility of the professional
surveyor to a land information system will be covered. An introduction to LIS software will be included. Prerequisite:
                                                          CET 119
   This course will develop a working knowledge of land boundary surveying including liability, professional stature,
 original surveys, appointment procedures and description writing. Field work in both urban and rural settings will be
                                            performed. Prerequisite: SRV 120
 Introduction to ethical and business issues involved in the surveying profession. Case studies and problems included.
                                                   Prerequisite: SRV 120
     Covers different phases of the land development process: study financing of the project, site analysis, design of
                     preliminary plat and a final plat. Prerequisite: MAT 773 or instructor approval.

This course deals with concepts of astronomy and geodesy that are relevant to the practice of surveying. They include
 theory, field techniques, coordinate systems, gravity, and leveling; control surveys and networks; GPS surveying, an
introduction to the figure of the Earth and its geometric and physical characteristics; solar and Polaris observation and
      computations involved in the determination of true north. Prerequisite: MAT 773 or instructor approval.

  This is an in-depth course dealing with evidence and procedures used in the determination and location of property
boundaries and recognized landlines. Laws and administrative rules relating to land surveying in the State of Iowa will
   be addressed. The role of the surveyor in issuing opinions regarding boundary locations and in resolving boundary
                 locations and in resolving boundary disputes will be examined. Prerequisite: SRV 220
    Practical experience through on-the-job training in an approved surveying setting. Tasks will be consistent with
students' career objectives, skills and knowledge. Prerequisite/Corequisite: Successful completion of 32 credit hours of
                                     SRV program courses and/or department approval.

                                  Has always been taught as a 3 credit class not 2 credit

    Theories and values of the social sciences, including human services, are used to interpret and respond to client
   behaviors. Written analysis is emphasized. Evaluation theory and its applications are also stressed. Only offered
                    Spring and Summer semesters. Prerequisite: HSV 286 Corequisite: HSV 802

  Supervised experience in three of these treatment programs for chemically dependent people: inpatient, outpatient,
    follow-up care, halfway house and family therapy. Prerequisite: Acceptance into an approved practicum site.
    Supervised experience in one to the following treatment programs for chemically dependent people: inpatient,
         outpatient, residential or family services. Prerequisite: Acceptance into an approved practicum site.


                                                Changed from 4 cr to 3 cr
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    In this course, you will learn step-by-step instructions and in-depth explanations of the features of Macromedia
Fireworks. You will first learn how to get started with Fireworks and how to work with objects. Next, you will learn
how to import, select, and modify graphics and how to modify pixels and manipulate images. Then you will learn how
to work with interactivity, collect data with forms, and how to create sophisticated Web page navigation. Finally, you
                                       will learn how to enhance your productivity.

  This course identifies the tools commonly used in a machine shop and their components as well as how each tool is
   used for a particular job. Students will learn how to use every day hand tools. Students will learn skills on various
  tools such as milling machines, drill presses, band saws, grinders, and precision instruments. They will learn how to
                     select, size, and install a variety of different types of piping, fittings, and valves.

   This course discusses the principles and applications of centrifugal pumps. Students will learn centrifugal pump
 construction, uses, system properties, monitoring, and troubleshooting techniques. Students will also learn the skills
     they need to select, operate, install, maintain and repair the many different types of pumps used in industry.


   Supervised work experience with an approved auto collision repair employer. Individual student eligibility will be
   determined by the instructor. Placement will depend on the student's skill level and the availability of appropriate
                                                      training sites.
                                             Title was - Production Art II
                                       Title was - Graphic Design Internship I
                                            Title was - Production Art III
                                                 Title was - Photoshop
                                        Title was - Electronic Photo Editing




 Learn the hottest tips, tricks and techniques to create eye-catching digital illustrations by combining the best of Adobe
 Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Use advanced level methods to create stellar artwork that will leave others saying,
                                           "WOW!" Prerequisite: GRD 459 & 463
(formerly GRD 462) Learn a professional workflow using Fireworks, Flash and Dreamweaver to create a website from
  the initial visual design to "going live" on the web. Going beyond just teaching software, this course focuses on the
     workflow and the skills needed in each software package to get your site actually up and running on the web.
                                 Prerequisite: GRD 463, GRT 421 or instructor permission

   This hands-on course teaches how the pros plan, design and produce complete websites using professional web
 authoring and site management software. Learn to use database-driven Open Source Content Management Systems
        such as WordPress and Joomla as well as Dreamweaver, Fireworks and Flash. Prerequisite: GRD 470




   Course provides basic knowledge for installation and maintenance of Electronic Flow Computers, which includes
 SCDA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) and Telemetry systems. Teaches how to install and maintain the
                                       different types of electronic control systems.
 The history of the regions of Asia, Africa, and Europe commonly referred to as, the Middle East, after the advent of
Islam will be studied. The geography, political arrangements, economy, leading historic figures, interaction with other
                  states are in the scope of this class. The history of Islam comprises part of the story.
      Study of interviewing theories including roles and relationships between the interviewer and the interviewee.
Methodology of developing questions, conducting interviews, recording data and analyzing it, and writing assessments
                                                and histories are emphasized.
 This course explores selected concerns that women are likely to bring into a counseling situation. Topics include sex
                            roles, gender and socialization, and their impact on women's lives.
     A study of various theories, methods, and techniques to bring about needed and desirable changes in political,
   economic, social and bureaucratic structures and processes. Emphasis is placed upon application of learned skills.
                                          Prerequisite: 6 hours of Social Sciences
Study of several management and planning theories and practices which are used to assess client needs, establish goals,
 identify resources and make appropriate referrals. Community resources are explored. Only offered Fall and Spring
                                          semesters. Prerequisite: HSV 109, 130
    Theories and values of the social sciences, including human services, are used to interpret and respond to client
   behaviors. Written analysis is emphasized. Evaluation theory and its applications are also stressed. Only offered
                      Spring and Summer semesters. Prerequisite: HSV286 Corequisite: HSV 287

  Supervised experience in a human services agency enables students to apply their skills and knowledge by working
   directly with clients. Only offered Spring and Summer Semesters. Prerequisite: HSV286 Corequisite: HSV287

                                                     From 1 cr to 3 cr
     This course is an overview of event management industry. Students will examine and review the industry and
                                          developing trends in planning events.
   The purpose of this course is to train students in all aspects of event planning. Student will learn to design, plan,
   market and how to stage an event. Students will begin their awareness and exploration of Event Management by
                     completing 3 Internships, a total of 360 hours with an approved event planner.
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 The purpose of this course is to train students in all aspects of event planning. Student will learn how to design, plan,
   market and how to stage an event. Students will begin their awareness and exploration of Event Management by
                    completing 3 Internships, a total of 360 hours with an approved event planner.
 The purpose of this course is to train students in all aspects of event planning. Student will learn how to design, plan,
   market and how to stage an event. Students will begin their awareness and exploration of Event Management by
                    completing 3 Internships, a total of 360 hours with an approved event. planner.




A prerequisite for all graphic technology courses as an introduction to printing technology. Course will involve lecture
  and hands-on lab work in areas of lithography, screen printing and flexography. Bindery and finishing methods will
                                                       also be covered.
      A prerequisite for all graphic technology courses. Students will explore the graphic communications industry,
               technology, terminology and related areas through instructor lecture and student activities.
 An introduction to graphic design and terminology. Through a combination of lecture and hands-on project, students
 will focus on the creative process, principles of design and production techniques. Students will apply these principles
                                      and techniques through a series of design projects.
    A planning and management course specifically for print communications. Cost estimating, ordering, inventory,
                  quality, job scheduling and management will be covered. Prerequisite: GRT 400, 401
 A continuation of Introduction to Printing Methods, students will produce various products using screen, flexography
and offset printing. This course will focus on production techniques of multi-color, multi-panel products. Prerequisite:
                                                        GRT 400, 401

   Students will learn digital image capture including professional grade digital camera operation as well as various
    scanning techniques. Students will use Adobe Photoshop to adjust and prepare images for professional print
  production and other media. Throughout this course students will learn the principles of digital imaging including
           various image adjustment tools, color science, and color management. Prerequisite: GRT 406

This intermediate level desktop publishing course will stress creation of complex multiple page documents using Adobe
InDesign. Students will learn to build and control documents, format text and use text utilities, work with images and
graphic tools and prepare documents for professional print production. Prerequisite: GRT 406 or instructor approval

A specialization course in offset lithography. The student will do advanced work in multicolor printing. This class will
   also cover all bindery operation including folding, cutting and stitching. Prerequisites: GRT 400, 401, 409, 410

This course is an introduction to the process of preparing digital files for professional print production with the focus
on digital imaging. Students will learn to scan various images and procedures of using a digital camera. Additionally,
 students will learn to use Adobe Photoshop to modify, color correct and work with color profiles. Finally, students
         will learn to prepare and output digital files to various media. Prerequisites: GRT 400, 401, and 406
An advanced level course in digital image enhancement and color control. Students will learn advanced digital image
    manipulation and colorization skills utilizing Adobe Photoshop. Instruction will focus on Image enhancement,
            restoration and color correction for both print and internet publication. Prerequisite: GRT 415

 An advanced level course in digital image enhancement and color control. Students will learn advanced digital image
    manipulation and colorization skills utilizing Adobe Photoshop. Instruction will focus on image enhancement,
   restoration and color correction for both print and internet publication. Prerequisite: GRD 301, GRT 416, 421

An advanced digital publishing course for students pursuing a digital publishing emphasis for either the AAS degree or
   diploma. This course is designed to expand and develop graphic design skills. Students will explore trademark,
corporate identity, brochure design, book design and advertising design. Students will utilize computers and desktop
            publishing software to develop and produce various projects. Prerequisite: GRT 406, 416, 421
A course in specialty printing focusing on flexography and screen printing. The student will work in a lab environment
  to complete multiple color printed projects advancing their skills in both printing technologies. Prerequisite: GRT
                                                    400, 401, 409, 410
 This course explores advanced and emerging technologies in the graphic communications industry. Students will be
  exposed to equipment and software applications that are new to the industry and learn from hands-on project new
     publishing techniques. Topics include interactive projects, Color management, PDF workflow, Variable Data
 Publishing, and Multi-channel marketing. Prerequisite: Completion of terms 1, 2 and 3 of the Graphic Technologies
                                             program or instructor approval.
   This course is a continuation of Electronic Prepress I. Students will study more in-depth principles of electronic
  prepress including digital workflows, file analysis and repair, and digital scanning techniques. Students will learn to
                  operate electronic prepress equipment in a workshop setting. Prerequisite: GRT 421

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     This course is for students pursuing a Graphic Technology emphasis in printing technologies. Students work
collaboratively to produce a capstone project utilizing their skill in print production. Resume and portfolio preparation
are also covered. Prerequisite: Completion of terms 1 and 2 of the Graphic Technologies program and GRT 420, 427
     This course is for students pursuing an emphasis in digital publishing in Graphic Technologies. Students work
 collaboratively to produce a capstone project utilizing their skills in digital publishing and print production. Resume
  and portfolio preparation are also covered. Prerequisite: Completion of terms 1 and 2 of the Graphic Technologies
                                              program and GRT 425, 426

 On the job training for Graphic Technologies students. Included is a weekly seminar for the exchange of information
     review and evaluation. Prerequisite: Completion of terms 1, 2 and 3 of the Graphic Technologies program.




                            Course explores advertising as a tool and socio-economic force.

 Reading, writing, speaking and listening are studied as methods of exploring and evaluating technological advances in
 trades and industry. Adapting communication for different audiences, evaluating industry-related literature and basic
                                            business writing are emphasized.


Designed to provide experience in producing news stories on political candidates, campaigns and elections. The role of
the news media in American electoral strategy and outcomes and the relationship between reporters and public officials
  will be examined. Emphasis is placed on the most recent general election and its coverage. Prerequisite: JOU 110;
                                                      POL 127




This course is designed to study the theories of conflict and conflict style, including an examination of the implications
  of conflict resolution within the field of human services, social work and counseling fields. The course will provide
    students with the opportunity to develop conflict resolution skills as well as to examine their own comfort with
conflict. The course will also focus on the role of the mediator as a neutral third party. The course includes simulated
        mediations and has a skill-based component. The course includes an introduction to restorative justice.
  This course introduces students to the fundamental sequence of steps that can be applied when attempting to locate
 and repair problems in electrical and mechanical equipment. Students will learn how to use proper testing equipment
   to assist in finding faulty components. Students will learn how to plan a course of action for troubleshooting and
                                                     repairs of equipment.
This course discusses Motor Controls, components, operation and service. Students will learn electric relay control of
 AC and DC electric motors found in industrial applications. Students will also learn industry-relevant skills including
                    how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot AC and DC motor control circuits.

     This course discusses important properties of electricity and the common electrical elements found in industrial
  settings. Students will learn how to install and wire electrical components. Students will also learn how to layout a
        project; estimate wiring quantities, lengths, and sizes between panels and properly size and install conduit.
      This course discusses the fundamentals of motor drive operation and setup. Students will learn industrial AC
  electronic motor drives, which are used to provide accurate control of speed, position, and acceleration of industrial
   motors. Students will also learn industrial skill on how to operate, install, tune, and troubleshoot various industrial
                                                            drives.

This course introduces students to the basic principles and concepts of process control, calibration, replacement, repair
  adjustment, troubleshooting, and use of test equipment. Students will learn how to calibrate, adjust, install, operate,
  and connect process control systems. Students will also learn how to measure signals and connect devices in a wide
              variety of control configurations including: PID control on/off control, and manual control.
   This course introduces students to PLC tasks such as programming, wiring, troubleshooting, communications, and
    advanced programming. Students will learn industrial relevant skills on how to operate, interface, program and
     troubleshoot PLC systems. Students will learn how to set up software drivers, log onto networks, upload and
                                   download projects, and search for documentation.
 This course introduces students to the components used in most electronic circuits and how they are measured, tested
   and function. Students will learn the fundamentals of AC and DC electrical systems used for power and control in
industrial applications. Students will learn how to operate, install, design and troubleshoot basic AC and DC electrical
                                                         circuits.
 This course discusses safety in a manufacturing workplace. Students will develop skills to work safely in an Industrial
environment. Students will learn basic safety, electrical safety, chemical health hazard, forklift safety and machine tool
                                                          safety.

This course is a survey of musical styles from countries whose music is primarily based on concepts that are not part of
   the Western culture music tradition. The list of cultures whose music will be studied includes, but not limited to
     African, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, cultures from the Near East, and indigenous cultures from the Americas.


 Provides an overview of carious renewable energy applications. This includes a discussion of energy from wind, solar,
 ethanol, biodiesel, methane, and hydro. There will be an introduction to costs, uses, and maintenance of such systems.
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   This course will provide a comprehensive history of power production. The course will cover the progressions of
    power generation from the earliest form of power such as fire, wind and water to the modern power generation
 techniques. Also covered will be historical sidelines to alternative power. This course will utilize a lab component to
                           reinforce the fundamentals of each power generation technology.

    This course examines the theoretical background, utilization of existing energy-potential databases, and on-site
evaluation methodologies for determining the feasibility and actual sighting of wind and solar technologies, both active
and passive, but also consideration for fuel cells, geothermal, and biomass sources. It also guides the student through
 multiple deployment methods for the installation of anemometers, pyrometers, and weather stations, as well as their
                           integration with state-of-the-art, data-logging computer systems.

  This course covers the fundamentals of capturing the wind for use in power generation. Students will spend time in
  class lecture on topics of wind energy basics. Students will install a working wind turbine on a pre-selected site. A
significant amount of this class will be dedicated to hands-on construction of the wind system. This is a working class,
                     with optional tower climbing. Pre-requisite - Introduction to Renewable Energy.
    This course will provide the students with a comprehensive overview of the tower types used in the Small Wind
   Industry. Tower safety and construction will be the primary focus of this course. Work will include freestanding,
  guyed and tilt-up tower. A section will include solar mounting systems for use in hybrid systems. This is a working
                                              class, with optional tower climbing.
       This course will focus on the components used in conditioning the power generated to the carious end-use
     applications. There will be a focus on systems that are On Grid, Off Grid and Hybrid. Students will work with
         batteries, inverters, controllers, groundings systems and pumping applications. This is a working class.
  Upon completion of this course students will be well versed in real time and historical monitoring and evaluation of
     data. The students will learn how to do system repairs and annual maintenance. The primary focus will be on
                    machines from 1kW to 50kW. Students will also experience large turbines as well.
   Students will have experiential opportunities for leadership skill development through participation in the Student
Activities Council as an at-large member. Open only to SAC members. Can be repeated each semester the student is a
                                  member of SAC, up to 6 semesters. Course is Pass/Fail.

   An overview of the study of victims, the course covers the history of victimology, the plight of victims, society's
changing view of victims and the role of law enforcement, the courts and corrects in dealing with victims. The course
 studies risk factors and develops strategies of prevention. Also examined are victim groups of special needs, such as
                   police officers and correctional officers who are injured or killed in the line of duty.




  The basic principles of fluid power and the operation and application of fluid power components are introduced.
  Devices such as valves, linear and rotary actuator are evaluated in the laboratory. In addition, pneumatic position
                            control servomechanisms are evaluated. Corequisite: ELT 792

   The basic principles of fluid power and the operation and application of fluid power components are introduced.
         Devices such as valves, linear and rotary actuators are evaluated in the lab. Corequisite: ELT 791

An advanced course that includes demonstrations of pressure compensated pumps and valves. Electronic controls and
monitoring of hydraulic systems, evaluating various fluids for hydraulic systems, describing and observing the operation
        of fluid power in various industrial/mobile situations will be covered. Prerequisite: ELT 791 and 792


  This course builds upon the knowledge and skills learned in previous automotive courses to prepare the student to
   service On-Board Diagnosis 2 computer controlled vehicles. The theory and operating principles of automotive
   computers, sensors, and control devices will be emphasized. Lab instruction on late model cars will be included.
 This course reviews and summarizes the accounting, law. And ethics information received in the accounting program
                           over four semesters to prepare students for the licensing exam.

    Learners are assigned to various clinical experiences within the hospital and homecare settings in order to apply
                                    principles learned in the respiratory curriculum.




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   Emphasis of this course is on student gaining a basic level of knowledge and demonstrating skills to provide safe,
effective resident care. This course meets the requirement of the Department of Inspections and Appeals requirements
  for direct care givers working in long-term care and skilled facilities. Upon completion, students are eligible to take
    the written 'oral and skills performance competency tests to become a Direct Care Worker in the State of Iowa.
 This hands-on course provides intensive technical knowledge and experience in the design and production process of
plays, musical, concerts, etc. and includes a group project to be selected by the students with approval of the professor.
    Further study of the technical aspects of theatre, etc. will be covered in lecture during the class period and then
                                  individualized in the lab and required production hours.

   Students will study the history, language and meaning of photography, including its evolving technology, notable
contributors and reflection of our changing culture. Students will also learn about the social impact of photography as a
              news medium, the principles of photographic aesthetics and contemporary trends and issues.


  Embryonic development of the respiratory and cardiovascular systems will begin this course which progresses to the
learning of normal function and a consideration of the common neonatal and pediatric diseases. Therapeutic techniques
                 and monitoring of the patient will be learned. Prerequisite: BIO 734 or 164, RCP 360
  This course is designed to develop the student's understanding of ICD-9-CM coding and guidelines for the hospital
       setting. The course emphasizes basic coding principles and provides introduction to the different types of
    nomenclatures and classifications systems with emphasis on Neoplasm, Cardiovascular, Trauma, Poisoning and
                                       Obstetrical ICD-9-CM coding assignment.

 This course introduces advanced coding principles and application to medical documentation. CPT-4 Coding is also
 introduced with emphasis placed on Evaluation and Management Coding, Coding skin repairs and removal of benign
and malignant neoplasms, and an overview of Surgical CPT coding. Medical Coding I is a prerequisite for this course.




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 This course prepares students for a career in medical coding in the medical office. Introduction to current procedural
  terminology (CPT) manual, ICD-9 with medical necessity, HCPCS, and medical coding compliance and guidelines.
      This course is designed to assist students in understanding the complexities of current insurance procedures
       encountered in medical offices. The students will be familiarized with claims submission for major medical
               insurance/reimbursement programs. Students will also be introduced to ICD-9-CM coding.
     This course will discuss the background of CPT, HCPCS coding, modifier assignment, CPT guidelines and the
 assignment of codes, ICD-9 selection, medical necessity regulations, documentation guidelines, HIPAA law, and how
to read, interpret, and audit a chart or operative record. Student will be introduced to specific coding requirements for
        the following systems: integumentary, musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive,
   oromaxillofacial, urinary, male/female reproductive, endocrine, nervous, eye, ear, and nose. Student will learn to
                                 differentiate codes and modifiers for therapeutic services.
    This course allows the student to apply knowledge of CPT, modifier assignment, HCPCS, ICD-9 selection, and
                                                      medical necessity.

 This course will discuss all aspects of insurance billing for today's health care plan. The latest information on HIPAA
 and OIG regulations, diagnostic and procedural coding, and office and insurance collection strategies will be covered,
ensuring preparation for real-world situations. Also covered will be the importance of the medical insurance specialist's
               role in filing clean claims, solving problems that do occur and collecting overdue payments.
 The student will be placed in a predetermined medical office, clinic or related facility, and work under the supervision
   of an office manager or coding/billing supervisor, and the program coordinator for a 160 hour minimum required
                                                           practicum.
 This course prepares students for job readiness skills needed in their chosen career of medical coding and billing. The
                            student will also be prepared to take a mock certification examination.




This class will give you an up-close-and-personal look at the sustainability movement. Develop an understanding of the
 environment you live in and the role you can play in creating a sustainable life style for yourself and your family. Find
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                     out
       General ecology is a course that is intended for biology and related majors. Topics addresses by lecture/discussion and
          laboratory include historical development and scientific method, physical environment, organisms and species,
        communities and ecosystems and theory. Lab activities include written reports and oral presentations. Prerequisites:
                                    BIO 112 and 113; and either ENV 115 and 116 or BIO 138




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      This course is designed to prepare persons to work as activity coordinators in the continuum of care communities. This
       would include the following settings: skilled care, health care, assisted living programs, adult day and residential care.
      Topics will include understanding residents' needs, rights and choices and providing appropriate activities. The course
      will also address resident centered care, regulatory requirements and the survey process. The course has been approved
                                   by the Iowa Department of Health and meets their requirements.




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 This course covers the relationships between optometry, ophthalmology and opticianry and various paraprofessional
  careers in vision care. The course involves the study of and practical experience in patient pre-testing such as: case
 history, visual acuity, color vision, pupil evaluation, depth perception as well as the specialized testing procedures of
                             keratometry and blood pressure measurement. No prerequisites.
This course covers the properties of light and the function of a lens in vision correction. This course begins the study of
      the neutralization and verification of spectacle lens power, to include spherical, cylindrical and prism lenses.
                                                  Prerequisites: MAT 772

This course is intended to familiarize the technician with the form and function of the human eye. The foundation of the
    lecture material is the anatomy of the eye, but we will discuss the physiology and function of the eye as much as
 possible. We will also discuss the actions and uses of diagnostic pharmaceutical agents, as their function is based on
  interference with normal ocular physiology. This course also covers optometric terminology. Corequisite: BIO 733

     This course covers frame definition, parts and types of frames, measurement of frames and frames and lenses,
alignment of frames, inserting and removing lenses and an introduction to dispensing of eyewear and frame repairs. No
                                                      prerequisites.

This course assists the student is developing a mastery of the alignment, adjustment of eyewear and lensometry. It also
            covers the various lens materials, multifocal styles and lens tints. Prerequisites: OPT 120 and 130
     This gives the student in-depth exposure to the technical aspects of a clinical contact lens practice. Lecture and
laboratory experiences emphasize lens verification, patient education and evaluation. Prerequisites: OPT 110, 120 and
                                                             123
  This course provides the student experience and knowledge in the areas of special vision care procedures: subjective
 refraction, tonometry (non-contact and Goldmann), visual field testing, slit lamp, basic concepts of orthoptics and the
treatment of eye diseases. This course also prepares the technician to assist the doctor in advanced office techniques in
    the area of ultrasound and in-office surgical procedures. Also covered are medications commonly prescribed for
systemic conditions. Patient instruction and assistance are emphasized in laboratory sessions. Prerequisites: OPT 110,
                                                       120 and 123

     This course prepares the student for clinical affiliation be having them complete vision screenings on patients.
 Discussions are held analyzing the results of the screening as well as the student's performance. Also included in this
 course will be an introduction to office management techniques including appointment setting and triage, HIPPA, and
                   insurance claim processing. Prerequisites: OPT 110 and 120 Corequisite: OPT 112
   Students participate 40 hours per week for twelve weeks of assigned clinical experience in clinical settings. The
      student is expected to achieve specific educational objectives determined for this experience. Prerequisites :
                        Completion of all program courses with a minimum grade of "C" in each.




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 Network fundamentals introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components and models of the Internet and
 other computer networks. It uses the OSI and TCP layers models to examine the roles of protocols and services. It
   introduces the principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and
 operations to provide a foundation for the curriculum. Students building simple LAN topologies by applying basic
    principles of cabling, performing basic configurations of network devices, including routers and switches, and
                                           implement IP addressing schemes.
  Routing concepts describes the architecture, components, and operation of routers, and explains the principles of
 routing and routing protocols. Students analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot the primary routing protocols
    RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF. Students will be able to recognize and correct common routing issues and
                                                       problems.

      LAN Switching and Wireless provides a comprehensive, theoretical, and practical approach to learning the
technologies and protocols needed to design and implement a converged switched network. This course explains how
  to configure a switch for basic functionality and how implement Virtual LANs, VTP, and Inter-VLAN routing in a
converged network. The different implementations of Spanning Tree Protocol in a converged network are presented,
    and students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to implement a WLAN in a small-to-medium network.

Accessing the WAN discusses the WAN technologies and network services required be converged applications in
Enterprise Networks. The course uses the Cisco Enterprise Composite model to introduce integrated network
services and explains how to select the appropriate devices and technologies to meet ECM requirements. Students
learn how to implement and configure common data link protocols and how to apply WAN security concepts,
principles of traffic, access control and addressing services. After successfully completing all 4 CCNA Exploration
classes, students are qualified to take the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) Exam.



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  This course is designed to provide the student with and overview of the pharmacy profession, pharmacy law and the
   role and function of the pharmacist, the pharmacy technician and the pharmacy clerk. A large component of this
    course will focus on learning the importance of interpersonal communication skills and confronting overcoming
                   communication barriers. Prerequisites: Admission to the Pharmacy Tech program.

This course simulates daily activities in the pharmaceutical practice settings. Topics include: order entry processes,
medication distribution systems, inventory, prescription processing, billing, repackaging, cart fills, floor stock, robotics,
controlled substance distribution, pharmaceutical computer systems, utilization of drug information resources, and
proper communication techniques. Prerequisites: Admissions to the Pharmacy Tech program.

This course emphasizes the expanded responsibilities of pharmacy technicians. Topics include: Insurance processing,
inventory control, investigational drugs, compounding specialist activities, clinical pharmacy technician activities, chart
reviews, quality assurance, herbal medication, robotics/automation, immunizations, managed care pharmacy, home care
pharmacy, long term care, home monitoring units, patient compliance, physical assessment monitoring, technician
organization membership and medical/surgical supplies. Prerequisite: PHR 101 or approval of program coordinator
Prerequisites: Admission to the program and Concurrent enrollment in BIO 733 This course provides practical
knowledge of pharmacology including pharmaceutical nomenclature and classification, mechanisms of drug actions,
interactions, indications and contraindications, side effects, and methods of administering therapeutic agents primarily
in the nervous, endocrine, skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory and gastrointestinal systems. Prerequisite:
Admissions to the program; Corequisite: BIO 733

This course provides practical knowledge of pharmacology including mechanisms of drug actions, interactions and
contraindications, and medication side effects in the following therapeutic categories: dermatology, sensory (eye and
ear), immunology, hematology, urinary/renal, infectious disease, oncology, nutrition, toxicology, recombinant
technology and over-the-counter medications. Prerequisite: PHR 123 or approval of program coordinator

Pharmaceutical mathematics including reading, interpreting, and solving calculation problems encountered in the
preparation and distribution of drugs will be covered. The student will work on the conversion of measurements within
apothecary, avoirdupois, and metric systems with emphasis on the metric system of weight and volume. Topics will
include ratio and proportion, percentage, dilution and concentration, milliequivalents, units, intravenous flow rates, and
solving dosage problems. Prerequisite: Admission to Pharm Tech program; Corequisite: MAT 063 or MAT 772
This course reviews the laws affecting the pharmacy practice. Course highlights include the Food, Drug and Cosmetic
Act, Federal and State Controlled Substance Acts. Prerequisite: Admission to Pharm Tech program
This course provides an introduction to admixture within a pharmacy setting including sterile and non-sterile
compounding. Specific study topics include: medication and parenteral administration, facilities-equipment-supplies
utilized in admixture preparation, techniques utilized in parenteral product compounding, terminology and calculations
used in compounding products, parenteral medication incompatibilities, and quality assurance in the preparation of
compounding products. Corequisite: PHR 132
The course provides the application of the basic pharmacy technician concepts in a community pharmacy setting with
rotation options in a long-term care pharmacy or home health care pharmacy. Internship requires 150 contact hours.
Prerequisite: Approval of coordinator
This course provides an advanced level internship rotation in a pharmacy setting such as community hospital or medical
center, intravenous home healthcare facility, drug information center or a customized rotation based on a student's
previous experience. Internship includes 16 hours of seminar. Internship requires 150 contact hours. Prerequisite:
Approval of coordinator.




   GIVES students a historical and philosophical foundation of the field of early childhood education. Includes an
overview of assessment and trends that influence best practices. Explores careers in the field. Addresses influences of
                                                families and diversity.


Reviews typical and atypical development of children from conception to adolescence in all developmental domains.
Presents interactions between child, family and society within a variety of community and cultural contexts. Examines
theories associated with our understanding of children.

Focuses on care, education, and assessment of children from birth to thirty-six months. Prepares students to utilize
developmentally appropriate practices including responsive care giving, routines as curriculum, importance of
relationships with diverse families, and a focus on the whole child in inclusive settings.

Supervised experience in selected early childhood setting serving children ages birth through eight. Includes
integration of theory, research, and reflective practice. Provides an understanding of developmentally appropriate
practices and the developmental stages of diverse populations of young children and families. Emphasizes professional
relationships and behavior, appropriate adult/child interactions, basic curriculum planning and program routines.
Prerequisites: ECE 101, ECE 133, ECE 158, ECE 159, ECE 170, ECE 243, ECE 221, ECE 343, ECE 359 or
instructor permission.
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      Students apply skills and knowledge related to children, families and the profession in a self-selected community-based
      setting. Students are encouraged to identify a placement that reflects their individual interests in the field. Emphasis
      on professional expectation and assessment, and exploring multiple facets of overall program operations.
      Prerequisites: ECE 103, ECE 170, ECE 221, ECE 243, ECE 343, ECE 158, ECE 159, ECE 359, or permission of
      instructor.




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                                                   Daily Updates 10/FY - Current Date
       Date           Pre   CCN   Type of Change                             Title                    Credits   Effective Date    College    Notes
  December 22, 2010   AVI   285    Title Change                   Glass Cockpit Systems                3.00   December 22, 2010    IHCC     AVI285
  December 22, 2010   PSY   295    Title Change                Addictive and Mental Disorders          3.00   December 22, 2010   WITCC     PSY295
  December 20, 2010   PSY   105         New                      Diversity in the Workplace            3.00   December 20, 2010   WITCC
  December 16, 2010   MST   136     Reactivation               Massage in Special Population                  December 16, 2010    NICC
  December 16, 2010   GRA   148     Deactivation                       Graphic Design                  3.00   December 16, 2010    NICC

  December 16, 2010   AGP   434         New                  Advanced Precision Farming Systems        3.00   December 16, 2010     KCC
  December 16, 2010   ACC   200       Addition                          Payroll Applications           3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGA   284       Addition                 Presticide Application Certification    3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGC   129    Title Change             Introduction to Value Added Agriculture    3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGC   318   Credit Change                Field Studies/Career Opportunities      3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   112       Addition               Introduction to Turfgrass Management      3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   120       Addition                      Herbaceous Plant Materials         3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   124       Addition                          Woody Plants/Trees             3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   141       Addition                         Equipment Operations            3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   152       Addition                    Landscape Design Techniques          3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   156       Addition                          Landscape Design II            3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   161       Addition                           Irrigation Systems            3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   172       Addition                        Landscape Maintenance            3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   180       Addition                       Turf Grass Facilities Mgt.        2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   211       Addition                 Advanced Turf Grass Management          3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   221       Addition                        Principles of Horticulutre       3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AGH   805       Addition                        Horticuluture Intership I        5.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   AUT   108    Title Change             Introduction Transportation Technology     3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   BPT   129   Credit Change               Distrillation and Evaportation Theory    3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     ILT130
  December 16, 2010   BPT   134    Title Change                     Energy and Its Environment         3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     ILT135
  December 16, 2010   BPT   163    Title Change                 Introduction to Biotechnology Lab      1.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   CAD   132    Deactivation                                 Drafting I             4.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     CAD121
  December 16, 2010   CAD   134    Deactivation                          Applied Drafting II           4.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     CAD120
  December 16, 2010   CAD   135    Deactivation                          Applied Drafting III          2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     CAD122
  December 16, 2010   CAD   164       Addition                            Solid Modeling I             2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   CAD   166   Credit Change                           Solid Modeling II            2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   CIS   255    Title Change                             Web Graphics               3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     WEB112
  December 16, 2010   CIS   257    Title Change                           Web Graphics 2               3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     WEB115
  December 16, 2010   CIS   261    Title Change                            Media Projects              3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     WEB169
  December 16, 2010   CON   221    Title Change                            Exterior Finish I           2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     CRP118
  December 16, 2010   CON   222    Title Change                           Exterior Finish II           2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     CRP135
  December 16, 2010   CON   242    Deactivation                Related Trades and Building Costs       1.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     CON242
  December 16, 2010   CRR   110       Addition                           Auto Body Welding             3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   CRR   345    Title Change             Advanced Metal Sectioning and Repair       3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     CRR345
  December 16, 2010   CRR   612       Addition             Introduction to Suspension and Steering     3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   DSL   932       Addition                                Internship               4.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   DSL   949       Addition                             Special Topics              1.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   EGT   400       Addition            PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design    3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   EGT   410       Addition                   PLTW- Principles of Engineering       3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   EGT   420       Addition                      PLTW - Digital Electronics         3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   ELE   124       Addition                    Tools/Adapters/Instrumentation       2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   ELE   162       Addition                               Basic Wiring              1.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   ELE   932       Addition                                  Intership                v    December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   ENV   104    Title Change           Green Investing & Energy Waste Reduction     3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   ENV   161         New                        Energy Waste Management             3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   ENV   190    Deactivation               Applications of Bio Sources of Energy    3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   ENV   949       Addition                             Special Topics                v    December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   FLJ   140         New                       Foreign Lanugage - Japanese          3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   GRA   949       Addition                             Special Topics                v    December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   105       Addition                          Food Fundamentals              4.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   143       Addition                           Food Preparation I            3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   144       Addition                         Food Preparation Lab i          3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   240       Addition                      Menu planning and Design           2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   254   Credit Change                   Purchasing for Profit and Loss       2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   300       Addition                         Beverage Management             2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   511       Addition                     Food Technology Internship          3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   592       Addition                       Convention Management             3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   HCM   608       Addition                       Introduction to Hospitality       3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   IND   110       Addition                       CPR, First Aid and Safety         1.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   IND   183   Credit Change                  Industrial Machine Maintenance        3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   IND   949       Addition                             Special Topics              3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   MAP   614    Title Change                               Practicum                4.50   December 16, 2010    ICCC     MA130
  December 16, 2010   MFG   454   Credit Change                 Introduction TO Mold Making Lab        2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC     MFG176
  December 16, 2010   MFG   505       Addition                          Lean Manufacturing             1.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   PET   141   Credit Change                 Athletic Training Field Experience     3.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 16, 2010   RAD   365       Addition                                 Imaging II              2.00   December 16, 2010    ICCC
  December 15, 2010   AGE   175       Addition                                Equitation I                    December 15, 2010    IVCC
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  December 15, 2010   AUT   107       Addition               Introduction to Automotive Technology            December 15, 2010    IVCC
  December 15, 2010   AUT    109    Addition                    Auto Measurements and Tools                       December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   AUT    115    Addition                         Automotive Shop Safety                       December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   AUT    610    Addition                           Automotive Electrical I                    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   AUT    870    Addition                   Automotive Service Management                      December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   BPT    917    Addition                           Experimental Course                        December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   CAD    917      New                              Experimental Course                        December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   EDU    255    Addition                     Technology in the Classroom                      December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   EGT    929      New                                Individual Projects                      December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   ESL    002    Addition                                  Vocabulary                          December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   ESL    917      New                              Experimental Course                        December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   FIR    146    Addition                   Firefighting Tactics and Strategy                  December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   FIR    210    Addition                       Incident Command System                        December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   FIR    291    Addition                         Fire Fight II Certification                  December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   FIR    305    Addition                  Principles of Building Construction                 December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   FIR    312    Addition                 Arson Detection for First Responder                  December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   FIR    315    Addition               Response to Terrorism/Company Office                   December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010    LIT   199      New                           Literature of the Fantastic                   December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   MMS    917      New                              Experimental Course                        December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   PEA    917      New                              Experimental Course                        December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   PEC    917      New                              Experimental Course                        December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   PEH    932      New                                     Internship                          December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   PET    917      New                              Experimental Course                        December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   RDG    036    Addition                           College Prep Reading                       December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   SOC    220    Addition                             Sociology of Aging                       December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   SOC    927    Addition                                Honors Study                          December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   AGS    279      New                            Livestock Merchandising               2.00   December 15, 2010    KCC   AGS279
  December 15, 2010   AGS    280   Deactivation                      Livestock Merchandising               3.00   December 15, 2010    KCC   AGS280
  December 15, 2010   CRJ    204   Deactivation                       Introduction to Security             1.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    CJ145
  December 15, 2010   CRJ    153   Deactivation                            First Responder                 1.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    CJ120
  December 15, 2010   ADM    138   Deactivation                               Data Entry                   3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    OF003
  December 15, 2010   ADM    180   Deactivation                   Administrative Management                3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    BU256
  December 15, 2010   AGE    173   Deactivation                               Equitation I                 3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC   AGE173
  December 15, 2010   AGS    426   Deactivation                 Livestock Waste Management                 2.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC   SW040
  December 15, 2010   ART    125   Deactivation                            Computer Art II                 3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    AR203
  December 15, 2010   BUS    151   Deactivation                     Introduction E-Commerce                3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    BI215
  December 15, 2010   CHM    50    Deactivation                    Introduction to Chemistry I             3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    CH005
  December 15, 2010   CLS    220   Deactivation                  Introduction to Latino Studies            3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    FL295
  December 15, 2010   CNS    930   Deactivation                      Employment Experience                 1.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    CT290
  December 15, 2010   DEA    102   Deactivation                      Professional Orientation              1.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    DA046
  December 15, 2010   DEA    262   Deactivation                           Dental Science II                1.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    DA036
  December 15, 2010   DEA    293   Deactivation               Microbiology and Infection Control           2.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    DA040
  December 15, 2010   DEA    295   Deactivation                         Dental Office safety               1.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    DA065
  December 15, 2010   DEA    703   Deactivation   Dental Office Procedures or Dental Practice Management   3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    DA026
  December 15, 2010   ECE    249   Deactivation                         Children's Literature              3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    ED203
  December 15, 2010   EGT    949   Deactivation                            Special Topics                  1.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    EG290
  December 15, 2010   ESL    003   Deactivation                               Vocabulary                   2.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    SS008
  December 15, 2010   GIS    111   Deactivation       Introduction to Geographic Information Systems       3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC   GIS111
  December 15, 2010   HSC    101   Deactivation                   Health Career Foundations                1.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    H0040
  December 15, 2010   HSC    133   Deactivation                             First Aid/CPR                  0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    H0011
  December 15, 2010   HSC    135   Deactivation                                First Aid                   0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    H0010
  December 15, 2010    LIT   105   Deactivation                         Children's Literature              3.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    L1203
  December 15, 2010   MFG    198   Deactivation                             Shop First Aid                 0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    MT010
  December 15, 2010   MFG    199   Deactivation                           Tool Shop Safety                 0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    MT015
  December 15, 2010   NET    324   Deactivation                Windows Network Management                  4.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    CN245
  December 15, 2010   PEA    101   Deactivation                           Aerobic Fitness I                0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE184
  December 15, 2010   PEA    103   Deactivation                               Aquatrim I                   0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE155
  December 15, 2010   PEA    105   Deactivation                                Archery I                   0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE157
  December 15, 2010   PEA    109   Deactivation                              Badminton I                   0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE127
  December 15, 2010   PEA    111   Deactivation                              Basketball I                  0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE120
  December 15, 2010   PEA    116   Deactivation                                Bowling I                   0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE165
  December 15, 2010   PEA    133   Deactivation                                  Golf I                    0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE162
  December 15, 2010   PEA    145   Deactivation                           Physical Fitness I               0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE174
  December 15, 2010   PEA    156   Deactivation                                 Riding I                   0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE183
  December 15, 2010   PEA    159   Deactivation                                Soccer I                    0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE122
  December 15, 2010   PEA    161   Deactivation                                Softball I                  0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE124
  December 15, 2010   PEA    173   Deactivation                                Tennis I                    0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE159
  December 15, 2010   PEA    175   Deactivation                               Volleyball I                 0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE125
  December 15, 2010   PEA    179   Deactivation                              Water Polo I                  0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE130
  December 15, 2010   PEA    186   Deactivation                           Weight Training I                0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE171
  December 15, 2010   PET    300   Deactivation                      Athletic Training Clinical            1.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC    AT295
  December 15, 2010   PEV    155   Deactivation                               Drill Team                   0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    PE151
  December 15, 2010   PNN    123   Deactivation                    Fundamentals of Nursing I               4.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC   NP012A
  December 15, 2010   PNN    124   Deactivation                   Fundamentals of Nursing II               4.00   December 15, 2010   IVCC   NB012B
  December 15, 2010   PNN    125   Deactivation                     Fundamentals of Nursing                8.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC   NP012A
  December 15, 2010   PNN    230   Deactivation                             Pharmacology                   2.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    NP016
  December 15, 2010   PNN    335   Deactivation                          Career Orientation                0.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    NP051
11/9/201111:00 PM
  December 15, 2010   PNN    411   Deactivation             Nursing Care of Children and Families          2.50   December 15, 2010   IVCC    NP031
  December 15, 2010   PNN   422   Deactivation         Nursing Care of Mothers and Infants           2.50    December 15, 2010   IVCC   NP026
  December 15, 2010   SDV   112   Deactivation   Vocabulary Improvement for Non-English Speaking     2.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   SS008
  December 15, 2010   SDV   140   Deactivation                    Ag Career Planning                 2.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   AS010
  December 15, 2010   ECE   132   Deactivation    Health , Nutrition and Safety for Young Children   2.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   CD135
  December 15, 2010   ECE   140   Deactivation         Early Childhood Curriculum Planning           3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   ECE   161   Deactivation       Creative Activities/Materials for the Child     3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   ELE   102   Deactivation                        OSHA Safety                    1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL039
  December 15, 2010   ELE   105   Deactivation                      Electrical Theory                3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL012
  December 15, 2010   ELE   106   Deactivation                Mechancial Print Reading               1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC    IT016
  December 15, 2010   ELE   110   Deactivation             Basic Electrical Fundamentals             3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC    IT014
  December 15, 2010   ELE   112   Deactivation                  Basic Electrical Theory              3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL101
  December 15, 2010   ELE   122   Deactivation                Applied AC Fundamentals                3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC    IT020
  December 15, 2010   ELE   123   Deactivation                Applied DC Fundamentals                3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC    IT024
  December 15, 2010   ELE   125   Deactivation                 Electrical Fundamentals I             3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL011
  December 15, 2010   ELE   126   Deactivation                Electrical Fundamentals II             3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL015
  December 15, 2010   ELE   137   Deactivation                        Electrical Lab                 3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL020
  December 15, 2010   ELE   138   Deactivation                       Electrical Lab II               3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL022
  December 15, 2010   ELE   140   Deactivation                       AC and Motors                   3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL014
  December 15, 2010   ELE   143   Deactivation                   Electrical Conductors               3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL016
  December 15, 2010   ELE   162   Deactivation                        Basic Writing                  1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EG100
  December 15, 2010   ELE   165   Deactivation              Industrial/Residential Writing I         3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL013
  December 15, 2010   ELE   166   Deactivation             Industrial/Residential Writing II         3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   EL017
  December 15, 2010   FIR   270   Deactivation       Building Construction for the Fire Science      3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   FIR270
  December 15, 2010   HCM   279   Deactivation                   Hospitality Accounting              3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   HS112
  December 15, 2010   HCM   330   Deactivation          Hospitality Personnel Management             3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   HS114
  December 15, 2010   HCM   606   Deactivation                  Hospitality Management               3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   HS102
  December 15, 2010   HCM   608   Deactivation                 Introduction to Hospitality           3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   HS100
  December 15, 2010   HCM   610   Deactivation          Marketing Management Hospitality             3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   HS116
  December 15, 2010   HCM   612   Deactivation          Food Service and Hotel Purchasing            3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   HS120
  December 15, 2010   HCM   907   Deactivation                  Co-op Field Experience               1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   HS299
  December 15, 2010   HEQ   120   Deactivation                   Heaving Construction I              6.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   HEQ   121   Deactivation                Heaving Construction Lab I             4.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   MAP   532   Deactivation           Human Body: Health and Disease              3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   MAP532
  December 15, 2010   MAT   772   Deactivation                    Applied Mathematics                3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   MM012
  December 15, 2010   MFG   265   Deactivation       Milling Machines Theory and Operations          4.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   MFG   423   Deactivation                      Jig and Fixtures                 4.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   MFG   428   Deactivation                Tool and Forming Cutters               2.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   NET   212   Deactivation                     CISCO Networking                  3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   NET   222   Deactivation                       CISCO Routers                   3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   NET   232   Deactivation                      CISCO Switches                   3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   NET   242   Deactivation          CISCO Wide Area Networks (WAN)               3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   NET   344   Deactivation               Windows Directory Services              4.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   SDV   44    Deactivation                      Preparatory Math                 1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   SDV004
  December 15, 2010   SDV   45    Deactivation                    Preparatory Science                1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   SDV045
  December 15, 2010   SDV   46    Deactivation                    Preparatory Reading                1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   SDV046
  December 15, 2010   SDV   47    Deactivation                     Preparatory Writing               1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   SDV047
  December 15, 2010   SDV   48    Deactivation                Preparatory Social Studies             1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   SDV048
  December 15, 2010   SDV   250   Deactivation                      Service Learning                 1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   SDV250
  December 15, 2010   WEL   156   Deactivation                       Welding Skills I                4.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   WEL156
  December 15, 2010   WEL   157   Deactivation                      Welding Skills II                4.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC   WEL157
  December 15, 2010   AGB   334   Title Change                Applied Systems Thinking               3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   AGS   505   Title Change                  Swine Unit Maintenance               1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   CAD   195   Title Change                 Introduction to CAD/CAM               3.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   CON   800   Title Change                    Construction Lab 1A                1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   CON   801                                   Construction Lab II A              1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   CON   802   Title Change                    Construction Lab 1B                1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC
  December 15, 2010   DRA   160   Title Change                     Technical Theatre                 1.00    December 15, 2010   IVCC




  December 14, 2010   AUT   879      New                             Auto Lab I                      1.00    December 14, 2010   ICCC



  December 9, 2010    AVI   188      New                     Currency and Refresher                  22.00   December 9, 2010    IHCC



  December 9, 2010    AGH   220      New                     Plant Identification Suite I            3.00    December 9, 2010    KCC




  December 9, 2010    GRA   141     Addition                      Digital Imaging                    3.00    December 9, 2010    ILCC

11/9/201111:00 PM
  December 8, 2010   ADM   933    New                    Internship III                v    December 8, 2010   IHCC
  December 8, 2010   BUS   220   Addition   Introduction to International Business   3.00   December 8, 2010   IHCC
  December 8, 2010   ECN   110   Addition         Introduction to Economics          3.00   December 8, 2010   IHCC


  December 8, 2010   CAD   933    New          Design Technology Internship           v     December 8, 2010   IWCC


  December 8, 2010   CAD   238    New              Design Communication              3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC



  December 8, 2010   CAD   234    New                 Design Problems                4.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC



  December 8, 2010   CAD   222    New              Advanced CAD 3D-NX                3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC


  December 8, 2010   CAD   213    New                Component Design                4.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC


  December 8, 2010   CAD   203    New               Principles of Design             3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC



  December 8, 2010   CAD   197    New                   CAD 3D-NX                    4.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC


  December 8, 2010   CAD   129    New                      CAD I                     3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC



  December 8, 2010   EGT   184    New               Strength of Materials            3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC




  December 8, 2010   EGT   176    New          Electric Power and Electronics        4.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC


  December 8, 2010   EGT   171    New             Manufacturing Processes            3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC



  December 8, 2010   EGT   167    New       Geometric Dimension and Tolerance        3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC




  December 8, 2010   EGT   153    New                  Design Statics                3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC
  December 8, 2010   EGT   113    New               Introduction to PLM              3.00   December 8, 2010   IWCC
  December 8, 2010   SDV   129    New               Transition to College            1.00   December 8, 2010    EICC


  December 8, 2010   AGV   103   Addition   Introduction to Veterinary Technology    3.00   December 8, 2010   ILCC


  December 8, 2010   HSC   157    New        Professional Roles in Health Care       3.00   December 8, 2010   KCC




  December 8, 2010   EMS   817    New       Basic Cardiac Life Support Instructor    1.00   December 8, 2010   EICC




11/9/201111:00 PM
  December 8, 2010    EMS   238      New          Advanced Emergency Medical Technician        15.00   December 8, 2010    EICC




  December 8, 2010    EMS   202      New               Emergency Medical Technician            9.50    December 8, 2010    EICC
  December 8, 2010    AGS   223      New                      Swine Science                    4.00    December 8, 2010    KCC
  December 8, 2010    AGS   225   Deactivation                Swine Science                    3.00    December 8, 2010    KCC
  December 8, 2010    AGB   322   Deactivation           Buildings and Equipment               3.00    December 8, 2010    KCC
  December 8, 2010    AGB   321      New                 Buildings and Equipment               2.00    December 8, 2010    KCC




  December 8, 2010    ADN   130      New         Bridging Into the Associate Nursing Program   3.00    December 2, 2010    ILCC

  November 23, 2010   DSL   346      New                  Intro to Light Duty Diesel           2.00    November 23, 2010   IHCC


  November 19, 2010   AGV   174      New                      Clinical Studies                 3.00    November 19, 2010   WITCC


  November 19, 2010   AGV   173      New                Veterinary Surgical Concepts           3.00    November 19, 2010   WITCC


  November 19, 2010   AGV   157      New                Animal Anatomy & Physiology            2.00    November 19, 2010   WITCC


  November 19, 2010   AGV   109      New                      Pharmacy Skills                  2.00    November 19, 2010   WITCC




  November 19, 2010   AGV   102      New                Animal Handling & Restraint            1.00    November 19, 2010   WITCC

  November 19, 2010   AGV   176      New                       Animal Nursing                  3.00    November 19, 2010   WITCC


  November 19, 2010   AGV   156      New            Veterinary Reception & Administration      2.00    November 19, 2010   WITCC

  November 19, 2010   PWL   185      New                   Advanced Substations                4.00    November 19, 2010   NCC


  November 19, 2010   PWL   184      New                        Substations                    4.00    November 19, 2010   NCC




  November 19, 2010   PWL   180      New           Transformer/LTC/Capacitors/Regulators       5.00    November 19, 2010   NCC



  November 19, 2010   ELT   338      New                           SCADA                       4.00    November 19, 2010   NCC




  November 19, 2010   ELT   337      New                     Relays & Metering                 3.00    November 19, 2010   NCC

11/9/201111:00 PM
  November 19, 2010   ELT   336       New                      Analog & Digital Electronics              5.00   November 19, 2010    NCC


  November 19, 2010   ELT   335       New                          Schematic Reading                     4.00   November 19, 2010    NCC


  November 19, 2010   CON   367      New             Interior Doors, Cabinet Installation and Millwork   2.50   November 19, 2010   WITCC
  November 19, 2010   CON   219     Addition                         Exterior Finishing                  4.00   November 19, 2010   WITCC



  November 19, 2010   CON   365       New                           Advanced Drywall                     1.50   November 19, 2010   WITCC
  November 19, 2010   ARC   275       New                          Building Systems IV                   3.00   November 19, 2010    HCC
  November 19, 2010   ARC   271       New                          Building Systems III                  3.00   November 19, 2010    HCC


  November 19, 2010   ARC   250       New                        Architectural Study Tour                1.00   November 19, 2010    HCC
  November 19, 2010   ARC   222       New                         Architectural Draing IV                       November 19, 2010    HCC


  November 19, 2010   ARC   175   Title Change                     Building Systems II                   3.00   November 19, 2010    HCC
  November 19, 2010   ARC   171        New                         Building Systems I                    3.00   November 19, 2010    HCC
  November 19, 2010   ARC   128      Addition                    Architectural Drafting III              5.00   November 19, 2010    HCC
  November 19, 2010   ARC   127      Addition                    Architectural Drafting II               5.00   November 19, 2010    HCC


  November 19, 2010   ARC   125      New                      Sustainable Arch. & Urbanism               3.00   November 19, 2010    HCC
  November 19, 2010   ARC   116     Addition                    Construction Estimating                  2.00   November 19, 2010    HCC

  November 19, 2010   ARC   114     Addition                     Architectural Drafting I                5.00   November 19, 2010    HCC


  November 19, 2010   ARC   101       New                      Introduction to Architecture              1.00   November 19, 2010    HCC




  November 19, 2010   MST   113   Title Change    Kinesiology/Anatomy & Movement for Massage Therapy     3.00   November 19, 2010    ILCC   MT113C
  November 19, 2010   DRA   132      Addition                            Acting II                       3.00   November 19, 2010   DMACC
  November 19, 2010   DRA   122        New                     Collabororative Performance               3.00   November 19, 2010   DMACC



  November 19, 2010   PEC   122     Addition                  Intro Anat & Phy for Coaching              1.00   November 19, 2010   DMACC




  November 17, 2010   HSC   169         New          Communication in the Health Care Environment        3.00   November 17, 2010    KCC
  November 17, 2010   AGB   193   Credit Change                  Agricultural Sales III                  1.25   November 17, 2010   EICC     FF242
  November 17, 2010   AGB   192   Credit Change                  Agricultural Sales II                   1.75   November 17, 2010   EICC     FF133
  November 17, 2010   PEC   126       Addition             Athletic Injury and Prevention                2.00   November 17, 2010    KCC    RN100T
  November 17, 2010   MMS   155    Title Change                    Visual Reporting                      2.00   November 17, 2010    KCC    MD200T
  November 17, 2010   EGT   460       Addition         PLTW - Civil Engineering and Architecture         3.00   November 17, 2010   WITCC




  November 17, 2010   ANI   165       New                Capstone and Demo Reel for Animation            5.00   November 17, 2010    SCC

  November 17, 2010   ANI   160       New                            Post Production                     3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC

11/9/201111:00 PM
  November 17, 2010   ANI   155      New                          Compositing                    3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC




  November 17, 2010   ANI   150      New                        Motion Graphics                  3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC


  November 17, 2010   ANI   145      New                  Partcile Systems & Dynamics            3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC




  November 17, 2010   ANI   140      New                    Producing for Animation              3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC


  November 17, 2010   ANI   135      New                          Stop Motion                    3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC



  November 17, 2010   ANI   130      New                Technical & Character Animation          3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC




  November 17, 2010   ANI   125      New           Adv. Modeling, Character Set-up & Scripting   3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC



  November 17, 2010   ANI   120      New                      Lighting & Rendering               3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC




  November 17, 2010   ANI   115      New                         Action Analysis                 3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC




  November 17, 2010   ANI   110      New                         Pre-Production                  3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC



  November 17, 2010   ANI   105      New                    Introduction to Animation            3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC



  November 17, 2010   ANI   100      New                Story Development for Animation          3.00   November 17, 2010    SCC

  November 17, 2010   CET   304        New                       Field Coop                      4.00   November 17, 2010   DMACC
  November 17, 2010   MOT   132   Title Change   Motorcycle/ATV Electrical Systems Diagnostics   2.00   November 17, 2010   WITCC




  November 10, 2010   CIS   375      New                 Music & Composition for Games           3.00   November 10, 2010   WITCC
  November 10, 2010   CIS   148    Addition            Modeling and Character Animation          3.00   November 10, 2010    SCC
  November 10, 2010   DRA   110    Addition                     Introduction to Firm             3.00   November 10, 2010    SCC
  November 10, 2010   MMS   111    Addition                      Video Production I              3.00   November 10, 2010    SCC
   November 8, 2010   CHM   112   Deactivation               Introduction to Chemistry           4.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   CLS   999   Deactivation                      Study Abroad                 1.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   COM   724   Deactivation            Employment Communications              3.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   CRR   508   Deactivation            Structural Parts Replacement           3.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   EGT   148   Deactivation   Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Power Transmission   3.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   ELT   155   Deactivation                 Industrial Electronics            4.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   ELT   230   Deactivation                    PLC Applications               3.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   ELT   234   Deactivation                   PLC Programming                 2.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   ELT   310   Deactivation                     Digital Circuits              4.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
   November 8, 2010   ELT   324   Deactivation                   Digital Electronics             2.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
11/9/201111:00 PM
   November 8, 2010   ELT   364   Deactivation                DC/AC Circuit Analysis             6.00   November 8, 2010    SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   381   Deactivation                 Circuit Analysis I              5.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   383   Deactivation                 Circuit Analysis II             5.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   384   Deactivation                 Circuit Analysis III            5.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   552   Deactivation                  Analog Devices                 6.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   613   Deactivation                 Microprocessors                 4.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   715   Deactivation      Intro to Automation Systems/Robotics       3.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   720   Deactivation                      Robotics                   1.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   815   Deactivation            Electronic Troubleshooting           3.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   ELT   932   Deactivation                     Internship                  1.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 8, 2010   JOU   928   Deactivation                Independent Study                1.00   November 8, 2010   SWCC
  November 5, 2010   POL   949    Addition                     Special Topics                   v    November 5, 2010    EICC




  November 5, 2010   NET   313       New                      Windows Server                  3.00   November 5, 2010   EICC



  November 5, 2010   NET   254       New              Building Scalable Internetworks         5.00   November 5, 2010   EICC




  November 5, 2010   INT   927       New                 Honors Independent Study              v     November 5, 2010   EICC




  November 5, 2010   DRF   805       New               Cooperative Work Experience            1.00   November 5, 2010   EICC




  November 5, 2010   CLS   927         New              Honors Independent Study                v    November 5, 2010   EICC
  November 5, 2010   BCA   285    Title Change             Word Processing III                1.00   November 5, 2010   EICC
  November 5, 2010   ART   186       Addition              Digital Photography                3.00   November 5, 2010   EICC
  November 5, 2010   AGM   202   Credit Change             Agriculture Welding                2.00   November 5, 2010   EICC
  November 5, 2010   SUR   420       Addition    Pharmacology for the Surgical Technologist   2.00   November 5, 2010   WITCC
  November 5, 2010   SUR   123       Addition             Patient Care Concepts               2.00   November 5, 2010   WITCC


  November 5, 2010   SUR   525       New                   Surgical Preceptorship             3.00   November 5, 2010   WITCC



  November 5, 2010   SUR   229       New                   Surgical Procedures II             3.00   November 5, 2010   WITCC



  November 5, 2010   SUR   228       New                   Surgical Procedures I              6.00   November 5, 2010   WITCC




  November 5, 2010   SUR   127       New            Introduction to Surgical Technology       3.00   November 5, 2010   WITCC




  November 5, 2010   SUR   203       New                    Surgical Techniques               3.00   November 5, 2010   WITCC


  November 4, 2010   NET   423       New              Securing a Linux Environment I          3.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC



  November 4, 2010   NET   424       New              Securing a Linux Environment II         3.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC


11/9/201111:00 PM
  November 4, 2010    PEA   181    Addition               Water Safety Instruction I           1.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC
  November 4, 2010    CLS   176   Deactivation           North Ameican Indian Culture          3.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC   ANT1105




  November 4, 2010    CIS   373       New                 Introduction to Game Audio           3.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC



  November 4, 2010    CIS   374      New                    Sound Design for Games             3.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC
  November 4, 2010    FLS   110   Deactivation    Spanish for Professionals: Law Enforcement   2.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC   SPA1201
  November 4, 2010    FLS   111   Deactivation      Spanish for Professionals: Health Care     2.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC   SPA1201
  November 4, 2010    FLS   112   Deactivation       Spanish for Professionals: Business       2.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC   SPA1201
  November 4, 2010    FLS   113   Deactivation       Spanish for professionals: Education      2.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC   SPA1201
  November 4, 2010    PTA   421   Deactivation          Clinical Affiliation I and Seminar     6.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC   PTA2810
  November 4, 2010    PTA   422   Deactivation         Clinical Affiliation II and Seminar     6.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC   PTA2811
  November 4, 2010    PTA   423   Deactivation         Clinical Affiliation III and Seminar    3.00   November 4, 2010   WITCC   PTA2812

  November 4, 2010    CRJ   332       New                  Forensic Photography III            1.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC



  November 4, 2010    CRJ   331       New                  Forensic Photography II             1.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC

  November 4, 2010    CRJ   330       New                   Forensic Photography I             1.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC



  November 4, 2010    CRJ   303       New            Intel Analysis & Security Management      3.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC




  November 4, 2010    CRJ   302       New                Transportation & Border Sec           3.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC




  November 4, 2010    CRJ   279       New                     Malware Forensics                1.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC


  November 4, 2010    CRJ   278       New                 Apple/Macintosh Forensics            1.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC


  November 4, 2010    CRJ   268       New                  E-Discovery II - Overview           1.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC


  November 4, 2010    CRJ   267       New                  E-Discovery I - Overview            1.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC



  November 4, 2010    CRJ   179       New                     White Collar Crime               1.00    August 1, 2011    DMACC



  November 4, 2010    CRJ   301       New                 Intro to Homeland Security           3.00    January 1, 2011   DMACC




  November 4, 2010    BIO   272       New                   Biomass to Bioenergy               4.00   November 4, 2010   IWCC



  November 4, 2010    PEC   190       New                 Intro to Sports Psychology           1.00    January 1, 2011   DMACC

  November 4, 2010    PEC   191       New                 Current Issues in Coaching           1.00    January 1, 2011   DMACC
  November 4, 2010    AGP   425   Credit Change           Agriculture Spatial Analysis         3.00    January 1, 2011    KCC    AE12U



   November 4, 2010   MAT   76        New            Preparation for College Mathematics       3.00    January 1, 2011    KCC
11/9/201111:00 PM
   October 28, 2010   WTT   137       New                 Wind Turbine Maintenance Fundamentals             1.50   October 28, 2010   WITCC


   October 28, 2010   WTT   138       New         Wind Turbine Technician Safety Standards and Procedures   2.50   October 28, 2010   WITCC



   October 28, 2010   EDU   252       New                     Technology Theory for Teachers                1.00   October 28, 2010   witcc


   October 28, 2010   EDU   253       New                       Technology Lab for Teachers                 1.00   October 28, 2010   witcc


   October 28, 2010   PHS   166      Addition                 Meteorology, Weather and Climate              4.00    Spring, 2011      DMACC
   October 28, 2010   PEC   122   Credit Change       Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology for Coaching     1.00   October 28, 2010   NIACC   PHYE152



   October 28, 2010   AGC   936     Addition                      Occupational Experience                   3.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC



   October 28, 2010   CON   300       New             Optimum Value Engineering - Advanced Framing          1.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC

   October 28, 2010   CON   326       New                    High Energy Efficiency Construction            4.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC


   October 28, 2010   CON   314      New                  Sustainable Building Practices and Design         1.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC
   October 28, 2010   CON   159   Deactivation                       Carpentry Level IV                     5.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC




   October 28, 2010   MAT   075       New                         College Preparatory Math                  3.00   October 28, 2010   IWCC

   October 28, 2010   CHM   132     Addition              Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry          4.00      May, 2011       NIACC


   October 28, 2010   PHI   114    Addition                          Critical Thinking                      3.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC
   October 28, 2010   AGC   850   Deactivation                  Employ Exp I - Agribusiness                 3.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC
   October 28, 2010   AGC   854   Deactivation             Employment Exp I - Ag Production Tech            3.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC
   October 28, 2010   AGC   855   Deactivation            Employment Exp II - Ag Production Tech            3.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC
   October 28, 2010   AGC   856   Deactivation            Employment Exp III - Ag Production Tech           3.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC
   October 28, 2010   AGC   857   Deactivation            Employment Exp IV - Ag Production Tech            3.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC




   October 28, 2010   INF   110       New                       Fundamentals of Informatics                 3.00   October 28, 2010   DMACC


   October 28, 2010   INF   130       New                             Social Informatics                    3.00   October 28, 2010   DMACC


   October 28, 2010   INF   220       New                       Human-Computer Interaction                  3.00   October 28, 2010   DMACC




   October 28, 2010   INF   230       New                         Organization Informatics                  3.00   October 28, 2010   DMACC




   October 28, 2010   INF   310       New                            Informatics Security                   3.00   October 28, 2010   DMACC



   October 28, 2010   INF   320       New                         Legal Informatics Issues                  3.00   October 28, 2010   DMACC



   October 27, PM
11/9/201111:00 2010   EMS   114       New                      Emergency Medical Responder                  2.00   October 27, 2010   WITCC
   October 27, 2010   EMS   201       New             Emergency Medical Technician        7.00   October 27, 2010   WITCC




   October 27, 2010   EMS   239       New         Advanced Emergency Medical Technician   7.00   October 27, 2010   WITCC

   October 27, 2010   CON   202   Credit Change       Framing Techniques and Lab II       5.00   October 14, 2010   ILCC


   October 27, 2010   CRR   835       New                     Refinishing III             2.00   October 27, 2010   SWCC




   October 27, 2010   HSC   188       New               Direct Support Professional       3.00   October 27, 2010   WITCC



   October 27, 2010   MGT   800   Credit Change            Business Internship I          4.00   October 27, 2010   DMACC   MGMT341


   October 27, 2010   ADM   221     Addition            Career Development Skills         2.00      Fall, 2011      DMACC


   October 27, 2010   ADM   936     Addition             Occupational Experience           v        Fall, 2011      DMACC



   October 27, 2010   CIS   174    Addition             Advanced C# Programming           3.00      Fall, 2011      DMACC
   October 27, 2010   ECE   281   Reactivation                 Practicum                  2.00   October 27, 2010   DMACC

   October 14, 2010   HCM   589      New          Introduction to Restaurant Management   3.00   October 14, 2010   EICC    HCM589
   October 14, 2010   HCM   511     Addition            Food Technology Internship          v    October 14, 2010   EICC    HCM511
   October 14, 2010   HCM   510     Addition                  Work Experience             3.00   October 14, 2010   EICC    HCM510



   October 14, 2010   HCM   196       New             Dining Room Techniques (Lab)        4.00   October 14, 2010   EICC    HCM196


   October 14, 2010   HCM   193       New             Dining Room Techniques (Lec)        1.00   October 14, 2010   EICC    HCM193


   October 14, 2010   HCM   183       New                   Advanced Baking               3.00   October 14, 2010   EICC    HCM183


   October 14, 2010   HCM   182      New                   Intermediate Baking            3.00   October 14, 2010   EICC    HCM182
   October 14, 2010   HCM   125     Addition              Basic Cake Decorating           1.00   October 14, 2010   EICC    HCM125
   October 14, 2010   WEL   917      New                   Experimental Course             V     October 14, 2010   IVCC    WEL917



   October 14, 2010   VIN   200       New               Introduction to Winery Law        3.00   October 14, 2010   NICC     VIN200




   October 14, 2010   PET   119       New                 Intro to Biomechanics           3.00   October 14, 2010   ICCC    PET119



   October 14, 2010   ENV   153       New           Introduction to Sustainable Careers   3.00    January, 2011     EICC    ENV153
    October 7, 2010   ART   283   Credit Change   Advanced Black and White Photography    3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC
    October 7, 2010   DLT   450   Credit Change           Advanced Orthodontics           8.00   October 7, 2010    KCC     DL450U
    October 7, 2010   ENG   27    Credit Change             Basic Essay Writing           1.00   October 7, 2010    KCC     PT096D
    October 7, PM
11/9/201111:002010    FIN   141   Credit Change             Consumer Lending              3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC     FN105T
   October 7, 2010   GEO   162   Credit Change                      Geography of Iowa                         3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC
   October 7, 2010   GIS   220   Credit Change                       GIS Field Study                          1.00   October 7, 2010    KCC
   October 7, 2010   GIS   240   Credit Change                          GIS Project                           3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC
   October 7, 2010   HCR   605   Credit Change                      HVAC Installation I                       4.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    IT120U
   October 7, 2010   HIT   495   Credit Change                 Medical Office Management                      2.50   October 7, 2010    KCC    MI201U
   October 7, 2010   MAT   740   Credit Change            Introduction to Technical Mathematics               2.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    IT111U
   October 7, 2010   OTA   100   Credit Change            Foundations of Occupational Therapy                 3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    OT100U
   October 7, 2010   OTA   208   Credit Change                  Occupational Development                      2.50   October 7, 2010    KCC    OT208U
   October 7, 2010   POL   130   Credit Change                  Perspectives on Terrorism                     1.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    IN240T
   October 7, 2010   SDV   77    Credit Change                 Supported Education - VITAL                    3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    PT094D
   October 7, 2010   SDV   93    Credit Change                    College Survivial Skills                    1.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    PT1346
   October 7, 2010   AGE   246    Title Change             Long Lining and Driving Techniques                 3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    AE512U
   October 7, 2010   AGH   275    Title Change                 Commercial Plant Production                    3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    AE625U
   October 7, 2010   BUS   192    Title Change                   Professionalism: DECA                        1.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    OF150U
   October 7, 2010   HCM   924    Title Change                        Honors Project                          1.00   October 7, 2010    KCC
   October 7, 2010   NET   618    Title Change       Network Defense & Remote Access Configuration            3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    DG230U
   October 7, 2010   NET   619    Title Change   Network Attacks: Detection, Analysis & Countermeasurers      3.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    DG234U
   October 7, 2010   PHR   170    Title Change                  Pharmacology Technology                       7.00   October 7, 2010    KCC    PHR170
   October 4, 2010   SDV   82          New                   College Prep Career Exploration                  2.00   October 4, 2010   WITCC

   October 4, 2010   BIO   226       New                                Local Flora                           3.00   October 4, 2010   EICC




   October 4, 2010   MUS   259      New                                Intro to MIDI                          3.00   October 4, 2010   KCC
   October 4, 2010   MUA   126     Addition                           Applied Strings                         1.00   October 4, 2010   ILCC


   October 4, 2010   AVI   112       New                         Sport Pilot Ground School                    3.00   October 4, 2010   ILCC

   October 4, 2010   AVI   113       New                           Sport Pilot Flight Lab                     2.00   October 4, 2010   ILCC

   October 4, 2010   AVI   114       New                       Sport/Private Pilot Bridge Lab                 1.00   October 4, 2010   ILCC

   October 4, 2010   WTT   206       New               High Voltage Awareness & Fall Rescue Safety            1.00   October 4, 2010   ILCC


   October 4, 2010   BUS   241       New         Real Estate Developing Professionalism & Ethical Practices   1.00   October 4, 2010   ICCC


   October 4, 2010   BUS   242       New                       Real Estate Buying Practices                   1.00   October 4, 2010   ICCC


   October 4, 2010   BUS   243       New                        Real Estate Listing Practies                  1.00   October 4, 2010   ICCC



   October 4, 2010   CIS   383       New                 Digital Composition & Graphics Pipeline I            2.00   October 4, 2010   WITCC



   October 4, 2010   CIS   384       New                 Digital Composition & Graphics Pipeline II           1.00   October 4, 2010   WITCC



   October 4, 2010   ART   372        New                   Digital Color, Lighting & Rendering               1.00   October 4, 2010   WITCC
   October 4, 2010   ART   371        New                 Traditional & New Media Art 3-D Design              3.00   October 4, 2010   WITCC
   October 4, 2010   ART   370        New                 Traditional & New Media Art 2-D Design              3.00   October 4, 2010   WITCC
   October 4, 2010   EMS   815   Title Change                Pediatric Advanced Life Support                  1.00   October 4, 2010   ICCC

   October 4, 2010   MAT   40      Addition                         Basic Math Review                         2.00   October 4, 2010   EICC

   October 4, 2010   CET   122       New                   Construction Drawings and Contracts                2.00   October 4, 2010   HCC




   October 4, 2010   CET   266      New                              Construction Safety                      3.00   October 4, 2010   HCC
   October 4, 2010   WTT   103     Addition                     Introduction to Wind Energy                   3.00   October 4, 2010   HCC
   October 4, 2010   IND   181     Addition               Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning           2.00   October 4, 2010   HCC

   October 4, 2010   ENV   185       New                 Solar Photovoltaic Design and Installation           2.00   October 4, 2010   HCC



11/9/201111:00 PM
   October 4, 2010    ENV   155       New                 Residential Energy Auditing            4.00    October 4, 2010      HCC


   October 4, 2010    HCR   126      New                   Solar Thermal Installation            2.00    October 4, 2010      HCC
   October 4, 2010    ENV   170     Addition      Photo-Voltaics and Hybrid Electrical Systems   2.00    October 4, 2010      HCC


  October 4, 2010     ELE   194       New             Power Generators& Transformers             2.00     October 4, 2010    HCC
  October 4, 2010     WTT   144      Addition           Wind Turbine System Control              3.00     October 4, 2010    HCC
 September 23, 2010   REL   101    Deactivation            Survey of Worl Religions              3.00   September 23, 2010   NICC      74:11
 September 23, 2010   EMS   220    Deactivation                 EMT - Basic I                    4.00   September 23, 2010   NICC    44:A20
 September 23, 2010   EMS   225    Deactivation                 EMT - Basic II                   2.50   September 23, 2010   NICC     44:b20
 September 23, 2010   HSC   130    Deactivation        CPR for Health Care Providers             0.25   September 23, 2010   NICC     56:025
 September 23, 2010   MST   120    Deactivation                  Kinesiology                     4.00   September 23, 2010   NICC     22:054
 September 23, 2010   MST   254    Deactivation       Massage Therapy Practical Skills V         2.00   September 23, 2010   NICC     22:064
 September 23, 2010   RAD   710    Deactivation         Radiographic Image Exposure              4.00   September 23, 2010   NICC     84:031
 September 23, 2010   RAD   910    Deactivation         Radiographic Image Exposure                v    September 23, 2010   NICC    RAD910
 September 23, 2010   IND   105    Deactivation             Intro to Mechatronics                3.00   September 23, 2010   NICC    IND105
 September 23, 2010   AGH   131      Addition             Greenhouse Management                  3.00      January, 2011     EICC    AGH131
 September 23, 2010   AGH   237   Credit Change         Plant Care and Identification II         2.50      January, 2011     EICC     HR160


 September 23, 2010   AGM   423      New               Equipment & Diesel Performance            2.00     January, 2011      EICC    AGM423
 September 23, 2010   PNN   120   Deactivation      Fundamentals of Nursing in Health Care              September 23, 2010   ICCC    NUR106
 September 23, 2010   PNN   127      New            Fundamental of Nursing in Health Care        5.00   September 23, 2010   ICCC    PNN127
 September 23, 2010   PNN   206      New             Medication Administration for Nurses        1.00   September 23, 2010   ICCC    PNN206
 September 23, 2010   WTT   201   Deactivation       Wind Turbine Site Construction/Locate       1.00   September 20, 2010   ILCC    WT201C




 September 23, 2010   HCM   181       New                  International Cuisine (lab)           4.00     January, 2011       KCC    HCM181


 September 23, 2010   GLS   999     Addition                     Study Abroad                     v     September 23, 2010   EICC    GLS999



 September 13, 2010   ECE   106       New           Child Development Associate Standards        1.00     January, 2011      DMACC   ECE106




 September 13, 2010   CHM   102       New                     Biofuels Chemistry                 2.00   September 13, 2010   WITCC   CHM102




 September 13, 2010   OTA   101       New                      Introduction to OT                3.00   September 13, 2010    HCC    OTA101



 September 13, 2010   OTA   102       New               Human Movement & Occupation              3.00   September 13, 2010    HCC    OTA102




 September 13, 2010   OTA   103       New                        Task Analysis                   3.00   September 13, 2010    HCC    OTA103



 September 13, 2010   OTA   104       New                    Assitive Tech and EM                2.00   September 13, 2010    HCC    OTA104



11/9/201111:00 PM
 September 13, 2010   OTA   201      New                  Pediatrics and Occupation              3.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA201


 September 13, 2010   OTA   202      New                     Pediatric OTA Skills                3.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA202


 September 13, 2010   OTA   203      New                      Level I Fieldwork A                2.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA230




 September 13, 2010   OTA   301      New                Adult Conditions & Occupation            4.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA301


 September 13, 2010   OTA   302      New                     Physical OTA Skills                 3.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA302



 September 13, 2010   OTA   303      New                   Psychosocial OTA Skills               3.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA303


 September 13, 2010   OTA   304      New                      Level I Fieldwork B                2.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA304




 September 13, 2010   OTA   401      New                     Elders & Occupation                 2.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA401


 September 13, 2010   OTA   402      New               OTA Skills for Elder Populations          2.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA402



 September 13, 2010   OTA   501      New              Professional Practice for the OTA          3.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA501



 September 13, 2010   OTA   502      New                     Level II Fieldwork A                5.00    September 13, 2010   HCC     OTA502



 September 13, 2010   OTA   503      New                     Level II Fieldwork B                5.00    September 13, 2010    HCC    OTA503
 September 12, 2010   SER   112   Deactivation               Biofuels Chemistry                  2.00    September 13, 2010   WITCC   SER112



  September 7, 2010   END   301      New                   Electroneurodiagnostics I              6.00    Janaury 1, 2011     EICC    END301
    August 31, 2010   AND   527   Deactivation         Comprehensive Care of Adults I            11.00    August 31, 2010     NICC    AND 527
    August 31, 2010   BCA   100   Deactivation                Computer Literacy                   1.00    August 31, 2010     NICC    BCA100
    August 31, 2010   CIS   730   Deactivation              Techniques of Training                3.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     16:037
    August 31, 2010   CIS   731   Deactivation     Communication for the Computer Analyst         2.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     CIS731
    August 31, 2010   CIS   801   Deactivation    Ethical and Security Issues in Cyberspace       2.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     CIS801
    August 31, 2010   EMS   212   Deactivation                    EMT Basic                       7.00    August 31, 2010     NICC    EMS212
    August 31, 2010   EMS   309   Deactivation                 EMT Intermediate                   3.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     44:021
    August 31, 2010   HSV   255   Deactivation           Addictive Disease Concepts               3.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     48:103
    August 31, 2010   HSV   151   Deactivation          Human Services Technology II              3.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     48:017
    August 31, 2010   HSV   280   Deactivation            Psychosocial Rehabilitation             3.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     48:107
    August 31, 2010   MST   128   Deactivation                    Massage I                       4.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     22:051
    August 31, 2010   MST   130   Deactivation                    Massage II                      4.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     22:052
    August 31, 2010   MST   136   Deactivation          Massage in Special Population             2.50    August 31, 2010     NICC    MST136
    August 31, 2010   MST   160   Deactivation   Legal and Ethical Issues in Marriage Practice    1.50    August 31, 2010     NICC    MST160
    August 31, 2010   MFG   212   Deactivation              Basic Machine Theory                  3.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:033
    August 31, 2010   MFG   215   Deactivation            Advanced Machine Theory                 3.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:034
    August 31, 2010   MFG   220   Deactivation               Machine Operations I                 2.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:039
    August 31, 2010   MFG   225   Deactivation               Machine Operations I                 8.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:038
    August 31, 2010   MFG   226   Deactivation              Machine Operations II                 2.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:041
    August 31, 2010   MFG   231   Deactivation              Machine Operations II                 8.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:040
    August 31, 2010   MFG   303   Deactivation                CNC Fundamentals                   10.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     66:044
    August 31, 2010   NET   320   Deactivation                 Microsoft Server                   4.00    August 31, 2010     NICC     10:086
    August 31, PM
11/9/201111:002010    PNN   174   Deactivation                 Nursing Concepts                   7.00    August 31, 2010     NICC    PNN174
   August 31, 2010    PNN   432   Deactivation       Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family          2.25   August 31, 2010   NICC    PNN432
   August 31, 2010    RAD   145   Deactivation              Radiographic Procedures                   3.00   August 31, 2010   NICC    RAD145
   August 31, 2010    RAD   520   Deactivation                Clinical Education IV                   7.00   August 31, 2010   NICC     84:054
   August 31, 2010    RAD   560   Deactivation                 Clinical Education V                   7.00   August 31, 2010   NICC     84:055
   August 31, 2010    RAD   865   Deactivation       Magnetic Resonance Imaging Internship           12.00   August 31, 2010   NICC    RAD865
   August 25, 2010    EGT   400    Addition         PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design         3.00   August 25, 2010   SCC
   August 25, 2010    GLS   120    Addition               Education Experience Abroad                 3.00    August, 2011     KCC



   August 25, 2010    MOT   201   Title Change       Advanced Diagnostics & Troubleshooting          2.00    August 25, 2010   WITCC

   August 25, 2010    ELE   222       New            Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition        3.00    August 25, 2010   WITCC


   August 25, 2010    BUS   256       New                    Real Estate Prelicensure                4.00        August        ICCC


   August 25, 2010    ART   928    Addition                       Independent Study                    v     August 25, 2010   EICC
   August 11, 2010    ADM   202   Deactivation                     Legal Description                 3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   OFS2260
   August 11, 2010    ADM   206   Deactivation               Legal Document Formatting               3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   OFS2262
   August 11, 2010    ADM   208   Deactivation                    Legal Terminology                  3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   OFS2266
   August 11, 2010    AGA   406   Deactivation        Integrated Organic Farming Field Crops         1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGA   408   Deactivation            Organic Soil Fertility Management          1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGA   410   Deactivation                 Organic Farm Practicum I              2.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGA   411   Deactivation                Organic Farm Practicum II              5.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGA   412   Deactivation           Organic Soil Fertility Management II        1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGA   422   Deactivation         Composing Methods and Applications I          1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGC   215   Deactivation                      Career Seminar                   1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGC   400   Deactivation      Organic Agriculture Principles and Practices     1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGC   402   Deactivation    Transitioning to Organic Farming & Certification   1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGC   404   Deactivation                  Sustainable Agriculture              1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGH   136   Deactivation          Organic Greenhouse Management 1              1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGT   160   Deactivation                 Basic Food Microbiology               3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGT   240   Deactivation                Food Safety and Sanitation             3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AGP   917   Deactivation                   Experimental Course                   v     August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    AUT   105   Deactivation         Introduction to Automotive Technology         4.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   AUT1214
   August 11, 2010    BCA   139   Deactivation               Introduction to Word Perfect            4.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   COA1260
   August 11, 2010    BIO   232   Deactivation                   Invertebrate Zoology                4.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   BIO2115
   August 11, 2010    BUS   932   Deactivation                         Internship                      v     August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    CIS   413   Deactivation                          Cobol II                     3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    CIS   660   Deactivation                        PERL/CGI                       3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   CSA1276




   August 11, 2010    CLS   201       New                      Cultural Perspectives                 1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC




   August 11, 2010    CLS   202       New                      Cultural Perspectives                 2.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC




   August 11, 2010    CLS   203      New                      Cultural Perspectives                  3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    CLS   949    Addition                      Special Topics                        v     August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    CSC   167   Deactivation       Advanced Object Oriented Programming            3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    CSC   168   Deactivation       Objec Oriented Programming Using C++            3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC

   August 11, 2010    EGT   193      New                Introduction to Engineering Design           3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    EGT   416    Addition              Civil Engineering and Architecture          3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    GRA   178   Deactivation                     Graphic Design                    3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    IND   128    Addition                       Blueprint Reading                  1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    MFG   301   Deactivation                   Introduction to CCN                 2.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
   August 11, 2010    MKT   938   Deactivation                  On-the-Job Training                    v     August 11, 2010   WITCC   BUS1825



    August 11, 2010   MUA   119       New                           Class Piano                      1.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC
    August 11, 2010   PHI   928    Deactivation                 Independent Study                      v     August 11, 2010   WITCC   PHI190X
    August 11, 2010   PHS   113    Deactivation          Introduction to Physican Science            4.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   SC1100
    August 11, 2010   POL   211    Deactivation            Contemporary Political Issues             3.00    August 11, 2010   WITCC   POL2110
    August 10, 2010   MAT   108   Credit Change                 Math Fundamentals                    3.00    August 10, 2010    NCC
11/9/201111:00 PM
    August 5, 2010    CAD   119    Deactivation              Computer Aided Drafting I               3.00    August 1, 2010     ILCC   CD119A
    August 5, 2010   CAD   121       Deactivation                  Computer Aided Drafting II             3.00   August 5, 2010   ILCC    CD129A
    August 5, 2010   CAD   140       Deactivation                 Parametric Solid Modeling I             3.00   August 5, 2010   ILCC    CD216A
    August 5, 2010   CAD   141       Deactivation                 Parametric Solid Modeling II            3.00   August 5, 2010   ILCC    CD226A
    August 5, 2010   CAD   224       Deactivation                     Discriptive Geometry                3.00   August 5, 2010   ILCC
    August 5, 2010   CAD   230       Deactivation             Geometric Dimension and Tolerance           2.00   August 5, 2010   ILCC    CD232A
    August 5, 2010   CAD   901       Deactivation                        CAD Practicum                      v    August 5, 2010   ILCC    CD205A
    August 5, 2010   CAD   928       Deactivation                  Independent Study CADD                   v    August 5, 2010   ILCC    CD235A
    August 5, 2010   CAS   113       Deactivation                    Introduction to Gaming               3.00   August 5, 2010   ILCC
    August 5, 2010   CAS   115       Deactivation            Mathematical Analysis of Casino Games        3.00   August 5, 2010   ILCC
    August 5, 2010   CAS   133       Deactivation               Casino Survelliance and Security          3.00   August 5, 2010   ILCC


    August 5, 2010   HSC   160           New             Healthcare Communication and Comprehension       3.00   August 1, 2010   KCC




     July 29, 2010   SER   112       Title Change                  Intro to Biofuels Chemistry            2.00   August 1, 2010   WITCC
     July 29, 2010   PTA   113            New                       Fundamentals for PTA II               3.00   August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   PTA   194            New                          Therapeutic Agents I               3.00   August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   PTA   195            New                         Therapeutic Agents II               3.00   August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   PTA   211            New                           Musculoskeletal I                 3.00   August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   PTA   212            New                           Musculoskeletal II                3.00   August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   PTA   285            New                       PTA Professional Issues               1.00   August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   PTA   415            New                             PTA Clinical III                5.00   August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   PTA   416          Addition                          PTA Clinical IV                 5.00   August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   ARC   949          Addition                          Special Topics                    v    August 1, 2010    HCC
     July 29, 2010   CAD   111       Deactivation                           Auto CAD I                    1.00    August, 2011     ILCC
     July 29, 2010   CAD   118       Deactivation                          Auto CAD II                    1.00    August, 2011     ILCC
     July 29, 2010   CAD   136       Deactivation                       Technical Design                  3.00    August, 2011     ILCC
     July 29, 2010   CAD   946       Deactivation                            Seminar                       V      August, 2011     ILCC
     July 29, 2010   CAS   120       Deactivation              Casino - Management & Marketing            3.00    August, 2011     ILCC
     July 29, 2010   CAS   122       Deactivation             Casino - Managmeent of Table Games          3.00    August, 2011     ILCC
     July 29, 2010   CAS   183       Deactivation              Casino Host - Player Development           3.00    August, 2011     ILCC
     July 29, 2010   CAS   910       Deactivation                       Gaming Internship                  V      August, 2011     ILCC




     July 26, 2010   PHR   170             New                        Pharmacy Technology                 7.00   January, 2011     KCC    PHR170
     July 21, 2010   MFG   454        Deactivation                  Intro to Mold Making Lab              3.00   July 21, 2010    ICCC    MFG176
     July 21, 2010   MFG   453        Title Change                     Intro to Mold Making               3.00   July 21, 2010    ICCC    MFG175
     July 21, 2010   MFG   401        Deactivation                    Into to Die Making Lab              3.00   July 21, 2010    ICCC    MFG165
     July 21, 2010   MFG   400   Title & Credit Change                  Intro to Die Making               3.00   July 21, 2010    ICCC    MFG163
     July 21, 2010   ENV   104             New           Green Investing: Energy Production/Conservaton          July 21, 2010    ICCC




     July 21, 2010   SER   113           New                Blue Print Reading for Energy Technicians     2.00   July 21, 2010    WITCC
     July 20, 2010   CON   500           New                     Construction Technology Lab 1A           2.00   July 20, 2010    ICCC
     July 20, 2010   CON   501           New                     Construction Technology Lab 1B           2.00   July 20, 2010    ICCC




     July 20, 2010   HSC   967           New                      Ultrasound (US) Internship I             v     July 20, 2010    ILCC
     July 20, 2010   HSC   968           New                      Ultrasound (US) Internship II            v     July 20, 2010    ILCC

     July 13, 2010   ADM   027           New                 Keyboarding and Advanced Applications        2.00   July 13, 2010    SCC



     July 13, 2010   AGP   421         Addition                        Applications of GIS                2.00   July 13, 2010    SCC

     July 13, 2010   ART   157         Addition                           Printmaking                     3.00   July 13, 2010    SCC

     July 13, 2010   CAD   248         Addition                        Parametric CAD II                  3.00   July 13, 2010    SCC


11/9/201111:00 PM
     July 13, 2010   CFR   100         Addition                Introduction to Computer Forensics         3.00   July 13, 2010    SCC
    July 13, 2010   CIS   175   Addition                          JAVA II                        3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   CIS   233    New                    Web Server Administration                3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   CIS   258   Addition                      Dreamweaver II                     3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   CIS   505   Addition                Structural Systems Analysis              4.00   July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   EGR   400   Addition         PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design       3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   EGT   116   Addition             Continuous Quality Management               3.00   July 12, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   ELT   250   Addition                   Programmable Logic                    3.00   July 12, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   EMS   110   Addition                      First Responder                    2.00   July 13, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   EMS   949   Addition                      Special Topics                     1-5    July 13, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   ENG   006    New                       Quick Review Writing                  2.00   July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   ENG   221   Addition                     Creative Writing                    3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   FLF   241   Addition                   Intermediate French I                 4.00   July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   FLF   241   Addition                   Intermediate French II                4.00   July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   HIS   266   Addition                       The Civil War                     3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   HIS   268   Addition             American Experience in Vietnam              3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   HSC   133   Addition                       First Aid/CPR                     0.50   July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   HSC   180    New       BLS & Emergency Preparedness for Healthcare Workers   2.00   July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   IND   179   Addition               Boiler Operations and Control             2.00   July 12, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   IND   180   Addition               Industrial Heating and Cooling            2.00   July 13, 2010   SCC

    July 13, 2010   MFG   105   Addition                 Machine Shop Measuring                  3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC




    July 13, 2010   MFG   112   Addition                      Drills and Saws                    2.00   July 13, 2010   SCC


    July 13, 2010   MFG   151   Addition                    CNC Fundamentals                     2.00   July 13, 2010   SCC



    July 13, 2010   MFG   192   Addition                     Blueprint Reading                   3.00   July 13, 2010   SCC

11/9/201111:00 PM
     July 13, 2010   MFG   201     Addition             CNC Turning Operator              2.00   July 13, 2010     SCC




     July 13, 2010   MFG   205     Addition                Mill Programming               2.00   July 13, 2010     SCC




     July 13, 2010   MFG   221     Addition             Basic Machine Theory              3.00   July 13, 2010     SCC


     July 13, 2010   MFG   224     Addition         Coordinate Measuring Machine          1.00   July 12, 2010     SCC




     July 13, 2010   MFG   239     Addition               Lathe Programming               2.00   July 13, 2010     SCC



     July 13, 2010   MUS   204     Addition            History of Rock and Roll           3.00   July 13, 2010     SCC



     July 13, 2010   NET   303     Addition     Windows Workstation Operating Systems     3.00   July 13, 2010     SCC



     July 13, 2010   NET   637     Addition         Network Intrusion Investigation       3.00   July 13, 2010     SCC



     July 13, 2010   NET   285     Addition             Internet/Web Internship           3.70   July 13, 2010     SCC




     July 13, 2010   SDV   251     Addition        Service Learning Peer Mentoring        3.00   July 13, 2010     SCC



     July 13, 2010   WEL   235      New                 Layout and Fabrication            4.00   July 13, 2010     SCC


     July 13, 2010   MOT   106     Addition            Air-cooled V-twin Engines          1.00   August, 2011     WITCC   MOT106

     July 13, 2010   ECE   944     Addition           Field Experience Seminar I            v     August, 2011    DMACC   ECE944
      July 6, 2010   ART   292     Addition               Studio Photography              3.00   August 1, 2010   WITCC   ART292



     July 6, 2010    HSC   228     Addition         Group Counseling Techniques           3.00   August 1, 2010   DMACC   HSV228



      July 6, 2010   RAD   910      New                   Radiology Internship                    July 1, 2010    NICC    RAD910
      July 6, 2010   MUS   297   Deactivation         Professional Music Seminar                  July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:201
      July 6, 2010   MUS   292   Deactivation             Great Human Issues                      July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:200
      July 6, 2010   MUS   207   Deactivation            The Artist and Society                   July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:101
      July 6, 2010   MUS   193   Deactivation             Jazz Improvisation II                   July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:235
      July 6, 2010   MUS   188   Deactivation           Instrumental Workshop                     July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:185
      July 6, 2010   MUS   161   Deactivation      Instrumental Chamber Ensemble                  July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:186
      July 6, 2010   MUS   152   Deactivation               Vocal Ensemble                        July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:174
      July 6, 2010   MUA   239   Deactivation   Solo Jazz Performance and Literature II           July 1, 2010    SWCC    780:230
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      July 6, 2010   SPC   112    Addition                  Public Speaking                       July 1, 2010    SWCC
     July 6, 2010   MGT   941     Addition                     Practicum                        August 1, 2010   WITCC   MGT941



     July 6, 2010   ART   932     Addition                     Internship                3.00   August 1, 2010   WITCC




     July 6, 2010   ART   253       New             Exhibition and Design in the Arts    2.00   August 1, 2010   WITCC



     July 6, 2010   ART   252       New           Finance Fundamentals for The Arts      2.00   August 1, 2010   WITCC



     July 6, 2010   ART   947       New                        Practicum                 2.00   August 1, 2010   WITCC


    June 17, 2010   EGR   151      New                 Engineering Visual Basic          2.00   June 17, 2010    DMACC
    June 17, 2010   EGR   166     Addition      Engineering Graphics/Conceptual Design   4.00   June 17, 2010    DMACC   ENGR165
    June 17, 2010   EGR   155     Addition                Engineering C/C++              2.00   June 17, 2010    DMACC   ENGR161
    June 17, 2010   EGR   150     Addition              Engineering FORTRAN              2.00   June 17, 2010    DMACC   ENGR160




    June 17, 2010   AUT   822       New             Computerized Engine Controls II      6.00   August 1, 2010    KCC




    June 17, 2010   AUT   821       New             Computerized Engine Controls I       6.00   August 1, 2010    KCC



    June 17, 2010   CAD   201         New              Architectural CAD REVIT           3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    CAD201
    June 17, 2010   ELT   341   Credit Change             Electrical Circuit II          5.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    June 17, 2010   ELT   345    Title Change             Electrical Circuits I          5.00   June 17, 2010     KCC




    June 17, 2010   CRJ   210     Addition          Law Enforcement Management           3.00   June 17, 2010    IHCC    CJ233V
    June 15, 2010   PHT   941      New                    Practicum Studio



    June 15, 2010   PHT   204     Addition          Basic Commercial Photography         3.00   June 15, 2010    WITCC


    June 15, 2010   PHT   202     Addition                  Basic Portraiture            3.00   June 15, 2010    WITCC


    June 15, 2010   PHT   208     Addition               Basic Photojournalism           3.00   June 15, 2010    WITCC

    June 15, 2010   PHT   104     Addition              Introduction to Lighting         3.00   June 15, 2010    WITCC


    June 15, 2010   PHS   165      Addition           Introduction to Meteorology        3.00   January, 2011    DMACC
    June 15, 2010   MTR   150   Credit Change        Career Medical Transcription        6.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    M130IU
     June 8, 2010   IND   148      Addition                   Mechanisms                 3.00    June 8, 2010     NCC
     June 8, 2010   ELE   115      Addition                 Basic Electricity            2.00    June 8, 2010     NCC
     June 8, 2010   ELE   128      Addition                Electrical Systems            3.00    June 8, 2010     NCC
     June 8, 2010   WEL   200      Addition                    Metallurgy                2.00    June 8, 2010     NCC



    June 8, 2010    PEC   215        New             Sport Mechanics for Coaches         1.00   August 1, 2010   DMACC
    June 8, 2010    AGC   129   Title Change           Sustainable Agriculture           3.00    June 8, 2010     ICCC   ABG130


11/9/201111:00 PM
    June 8, 2010    IND   105      New                   Introduction to Mechatronics            3.00   June 8, 2010     NICC
    May 24, 2010    INT   250   Reactivation             Interior/Exterior Landscaping           2.00   May 24, 2010     EICC
    May 24, 2010    MGT   142   Reactivation    Problems & Issues In Supervision & Management    3.00   May 24, 2010     EICC
    May 24, 2010    MGT   145   Reactivation           Human Relations & Management              3.00   May 24, 2010     EICC



    May 24, 2010    ITP   129       New                           Deaf Studies                   4.00    May 24, 2010    EICC
    May 24, 2010    ECE   133     Revision             Child Health, Safety and Nutrition        3.00    May 24, 2010    EICC
    May 24, 2010    ECE   290     Revision         Early Childhood Program Administration        3.00    May 24, 2010    EICC
    May 21, 2010    AGS   441   Credit Change          Livestock Housing and Equipment           3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AE428T
    May 21, 2010    AGS   530   Credit Change       Swine Reproduction and Management            5.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AE407T
    May 21, 2010    AGS   338   Credit Change           Livestock Behavior and Welfare           5.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AE418T
    May 21, 2010    AGS   339    Deactivation           Livestock Behavior and Welfare           4.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AE418T
    May 20, 2010    AGV   103       New                Introduction to Veterinary Science        3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   155       New         Shelter Administration & Computer Applications   3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   190       New           Animal Welfare and Shelter Management          4.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   191       New                  Animal Behavior and Restraint           3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   192       New                         Shelter Medicine                 3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   193       New                   Vehicle Safety and Operation           1.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   194       New               Disaster Animal Response Training          1.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   195       New                      Large Animal Welfare                3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   196       New                      Euthanasia Technician               1.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   197       New             Basic Animal Investigation Techniques        3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGV   198       New                   Wildlife ID and Management             2.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    AGE   205    Deactivation                Breeding Management                 2.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AE533U
    May 20, 2010    AGE   211   Credit Change           Equine Business Management I             3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AGE211
    May 20, 2010    AGE   230   Credit Change                       Training I                   3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AE503U
    May 20, 2010    AGE   231   Credit Change                       Training II                  3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AE506U
    May 20, 2010    AGE   261   Credit Change                      Legs & Hoof                   3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC    AE504U
    May 20, 2010    AGE   121       New                         Horse Evaluation                 3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    CRJ   180    Deactivation               Perspective on Terrorism             1.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    CRJ   181    Deactivation         Terrorism: Security and Deterrence         1.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 20, 2010    CRJ   946    Deactivation                        Seminar                       v    August 1, 2010    KCC    CJ800T
    May 20, 2010    AGV   199       New                       Veterinary Forensics               3.00   August 1, 2010    KCC
    May 19, 2010    GRA   143      Addition                        Photoshop I                   2.00    May 19, 2010    WITCC


    May 19, 2010    ACC   334       New                          Quickbooks                      1.00   May 19, 2010     WITCC


    May 19, 2010    LEO   101      New                       Photonics Concepts                  4.00   May 19, 2010     IHCC
    May 19, 2010    IND   128     Addition                   Blue Print Reading                  2.00   May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    SER   110       New                    Basic Renewable Fuels                 2.00   May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    SER   112       New                 Process & Analysis Chemistry             2.00   May 19, 2010     WITCC


    May 19, 2010    IND   164       New                 Introduction to Instrumentation          1.50   May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    BMA   161       New               Water Treatment for Boiler Systems         2.00   May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    BMA   162       New                         Steam Plant I                    1.50   May 19, 2010     WITCC



    May 19, 2010    BMA   163       New                         Steam Plant II                   1.50   May 19, 2010     WITCC




    May 19, 2010    IND   165       New                       Plant Automation                   2.00   May 19, 2010     WITCC

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    May 19, 2010    ELE   176      New                    Basic Electrical Concepts            1.50   May 19, 2010    WITCC


    May 19, 2010    ELT   226      New                       PLC Fundamentals                  1.50   May 19, 2010    WITCC
    May 19, 2010    BMA   164      New                   Boiler Burner Optimization            1.50   May 19, 2010    WITCC


    May 19, 2010    ELT   195      New                      Basic Motor Controls               1.50   May 19, 2010    WITCC




    May 19, 2010    IND   163      New                     OSHA & Plant Safety                 2.00   May 19, 2010    WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   133     Addition             Motorcycle Electrical Systems           3.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   128     Addition          Motor Engines Two and Four Stroke          2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   129     Addition        Motor Engines Two and Four Stroke Lab        2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   200     Addition       Motorcycle and ATV Tune Up/Maintenance        2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MOT   255     Addition              Performance Engine Tuning              2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   104      New                   Power Sports Shop Safety              1.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC

    May 18, 2010    MOT   105      New                 Fundamantals of Small Engines           2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   137      New               Transmission and Drive Systems I          2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   123      New                       Wheels and Tires                  2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC

    May 18, 2010    MOT   103      New               Motorcycle License and Inspection         1.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   126      New                   Fuel and Ignition Systems             4.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   127      New                 Suspension and Brake Systems            4.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   947      New                           Practicum                      v     May 18, 2010    WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   138      New               Transmission and Drive Systems II         2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC



    May 18, 2010    MOT   130      New                    Engine Overhaul/Repair               3.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   132      New            Motorcycle Electrical Systems Diagnostics    2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MOT   201      New               ATV Electrical Systems Diagnostics        2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC

    May 18, 2010    MOT   259      New                       Shop Management                   2.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC


    May 18, 2010    MFG   179      New                Intro to Machining and Fabrication       3.00   May 18, 2010    WITCC
    May 18, 2010    MGT   145   Deactivation           Human Relations & Management            3.00   May 18, 2010    EICC    MG130
    May 18, 2010    MGT   142   Deactivation   Problems & Issues In Supervision & Management   3.00   May 18, 2010    EICC    MG222
    May 18, 2010    INT   250   Deactivation             Interior/Exterior Landscaping         2.00   May 18, 2010    EICC    ID250




     May 13, 2010   CSC   170      New                      Web Programming                    4.00   May 13, 2010    NCC     CSC170
     May 13, 2010   PNN   108   Deactivation           Survival Spanish for Nursing            2.00   May 10, 2010    ILCC    NU142A
     May 13, 2010   PNN   723   Deactivation    Dimenions of Practical Nursing Preceptorship   2.00   July 29, 2010   ILCC    PNN723
     May 13, 2010   PNN   345   Deactivation          Dimenions in Practical Nursing           2.00   July 29, 2010   ILCC    NU132C
     May 13, 2010   MKT   190   Deactivation        Perspective/International Marketing        3.00   May 13, 2010    EICC     BA272
11/9/201111:00 PM
    May 12, 2010    SOC   230     Addition                   Juvenile Delinquency                 3.00   August 1, 2010   IHCC    SOC230


    May 12, 2010    SOC   247      New                  Chemical Dependency & Society             3.00    May 6, 2010     WITCC   SOC247
    May 12, 2010    CRR   508      New                   Structural Parts Replacement             3.00   August 1, 2010   SWCC    CRR508
    May 12, 2010    CRR   534   Deactivation                   Structural Repair                  4.00   August 1, 2010   SWCC    CRR534

    May 10, 2010    WTT   949     Addition                      Special Topics                     v      May 6, 2010     WITCC   WTT949



     May 6, 2010    HSE   905      New                   Cooperative Work Experience               v     August 1, 2010   EICC    HSE905


     May 5, 2010    MMS   236      New                         Tv New Production                  3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    MMS236
     May 5, 2010    MMS   102   Deactivation              Introduction to Broadcasting            3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    BIR101

     May 5, 2010    DRA   160   Title Change                   Production Studio                   V     March 23, 2010   IVCC    TH110

     May 5, 2010    DRA   953   Title Change                   Theater Practicum                   V     March 23, 2010   IVCC    TH299

     May 5, 2010    SDV   151     Addition          Leadership Training & Skill Development       3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    SDV151


     May 5, 2010    PHY   106     Addition                     Survey of Physics                  4.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    PHY106



     May 5, 2010    PET   191      New                     Advanced Athletic Training II          3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    PET191
     May 5, 2010    GIS   111     Addition       Introduction to Geographic Information Systems   3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    GIS111
     May 5, 2010    AGS   555     Addition                  Beef/Cow Calf Production              3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    AGS555

     May 5, 2010    DRA   120      New                 Introduction to Stage Management           3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA120

     May 5, 2010    DRA   164      New                         Drafting Scenery                   3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA164

     May 5, 2010    DRA   169      New                        Drafting Light Plots                2.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA169

     May 5, 2010    DRA   190      New                   Lighting Design Technology I             3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA190

     May 5, 2010    DRA   191      New                   Lighting Design Technology II            3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA191

     May 5, 2010    DRA   193      New                 Introduction to Sound Technology           3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA193


     May 5, 2010    DRA   195      New                    Scene Design Technology I               3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA195

     May 5, 2010    DRA   196      New                    Scene Design Technology II              3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA196
     May 5, 2010    DRA   197      New                     Prop Design Technology I               3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA197

     May 5, 2010    DRA   198      New                     Prop Design Technology II              3.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA198

     May 5, 2010    DRA   932      New                   Summer Repertory Internship                v    March 23, 2010   IVCC    DRA932
     May 5, 2010    MAT   786      New                     Mechancial Design Math                 1.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    MAT786


     May 5, 2010    MAT   132     Addition           Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry I         4.00   March 23, 2010   IVCC    MAT132

     May 5, 2010    AUT   164     Addition                 Automotive Engine Repair               4.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC

     May 5, 2010    AUT   204     Addition     Automotive Automatic Transmissions and Tansaxles   4.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC

     May 5, 2010    AUT   404     Addition            Automotive Suspension and Steering          4.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC


     May 5, 2010    AUT   504     Addition                 Automotive Brake Systems               4.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC


     May 5, 2010    AUT   858      New             Advanced Automotive Engine Performance         4.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   163   Deactivation              Automotive Engine Repair                3.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   205   Deactivation        Automotive Transmission and Transaxles        5.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   403   Deactivation          Automotive Suspension and Steering          3.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   503   Deactivation              Automotive Brake Systems                3.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC
     May 5, 2010    AUT   857   Deactivation       Advanced Automotive Engine Performance         6.00   August 1, 2010   NIACC

11/9/201111:00 PM
     May 4, 2010    PEA    129      New                        Spinning                    1.00   August 1, 2009    NIACC   PEA129

     May 4, 2010    PEA    191    Addition                              Pilates            1.00   August 1, 2009    NIACC   PEA191
     May 4, 2010    ESI    001   Reactivation              Internsive ESL Grammar I        2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL111
     May 4, 2010    ESI    008   Reactivation                  Entensive ESL Writing I     2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1113
     May 4, 2010    ESI    013   Reactivation        Intensive ESL Listening/Speaking I    2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1114
     May 4, 2010    ESI    005   Reactivation                 Intensive ESL Reading I      2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1112
     May 4, 2010    ESI    020   Reactivation          Intensive ESL Grammar Level II      2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1121
     May 4, 2010    ESI    031   Reactivation                  Intensive ESL Writing II    2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1123
     May 4, 2010    ESI    036   Reactivation       Intensive ESL Listening/Speaking II    2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1124
     May 4, 2010    ESI    026   Reactivation                Intensive ESL Reading II      2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1122
     May 4, 2010    ESI    046   Reactivation              Intensive ESL Grammar III       2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1131
     May 4, 2010    ESI    056   Reactivation                 Intensive ESL Writing III    2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1133
     May 4, 2010    ESI    061   Reactivation      Intensive ESL Listening/Speaking III    2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1134
     May 4, 2010    ESI    051   Reactivation               Intensive ESL Reading III      2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1132
     May 4, 2010    ESI    071   Reactivation             Intensive ESL Grammar IV         2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1141
     May 4, 2010    ESI    085   Reactivation                 Intensive ESL Writing IV     2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1143
     May 4, 2010    ESI    089   Reactivation     Intensive ESL Listening/Speaking IV      2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1144
     May 4, 2010    ESI    081   Reactivation               Intensive ESL Reading IV       2.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL1142
     May 4, 2010    ESL    246   Reactivation             Advanced ESL Grammar V           3.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL2101
     May 4, 2010    ESL    250   Reactivation                  Advance ESL Writing V       3.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL2103
     May 4, 2010    ESL    252   Reactivation     Advanced ESL Listening/Speaking V        3.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL2104
     May 4, 2010    ESL    248   Reactivation                Advance ESL Reading V         3.00    June 7, 2010     WITCC   ESL2102
     May 4, 2010    AGA    112   Deactivation                         Agronomy             2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AC112A
     May 4, 2010    AGA    113   Deactivation                   Advanced Argronomy         2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AC212A
     May 4, 2010    AGA    160   Deactivation         Agronomy - Nutrient Management       2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AC261A
     May 4, 2010    AGA    166   Deactivation                  Agronomic Applications      3.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AC119A
     May 4, 2010    AGA    219   Deactivation    Planting and Seeding Seminar and Lab      1.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AG160A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    101   Deactivation                   Agricultural Economics     3.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB223A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    109   Deactivation          Introduction to Human Relations     2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AG112A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    110   Deactivation                     Human Relations I        2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AG102A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    194   Deactivation                      Beginning Sales         2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB117A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    307   Deactivation                   Beginning Accounting       2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB218C
     May 4, 2010    AGB    309   Deactivation                Farm Mach Management          2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AD222A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    339   Deactivation                Introduction to Ad Layout     1.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB111A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    340   Deactivation                         Advertising          1.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB139A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    343   Deactivation                     Office Procedures        2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB132C
     May 4, 2010    AGB    438   Deactivation    Agriculture Features and Future Options   2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AD212A
     May 4, 2010    AGB    930   Deactivation                    Agriculture Seminar         v    April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB222C
     May 4, 2010    AGC    106   Deactivation              Introduction to Computers       1.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB112A
     May 4, 2010    AGC    109   Deactivation        Advanced Computer Spreadsheets        2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB132A
     May 4, 2010    AGC    200   Deactivation                   Agricultural Sociology     2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AG226C
     May 4, 2010    AGC    215   Deactivation                      Career Seminar          1.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AG227A
     May 4, 2010    AGC    316   Deactivation              Field Study - Agribusiness      1.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AB137C
     May 4, 2010    AGC    851   Deactivation   Employment Experience II - Agribusiness    5.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AG125A
     May 4, 2010    AGC    852   Deactivation   Employment Experience III - Agribusiness   5.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AG215A
     May 4, 2010    AGC    853   Deactivation   Employment Experience IV - Agribusiness    2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AG228A
     May 4, 2010    AGS    117   Deactivation                      Animal Science          2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AS214A
     May 4, 2010    AGS    317   Deactivation                      Animal Nutrition        2.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AS127A
     May 4, 2010    AGS    520   Deactivation            Swine Records and Analysis        3.00   April 30, 2010     ILCC   AS222A


     May 4, 2010    ANT    112      New                  Global Popular Culture            3.00   August 1, 2010    DMACC



     May 4, 2010    MMS    160      New                  Social Media Explored             3.00     May 4, 2010     WITCC   MMS160
     May 4, 2010    GRA    151   Deactivation                 Web Design                   3.00   January 1, 2011    KCC    DD179U

     May 4, 2010    PEA    131      New                        Disc Golf                   1.00   August 1, 2010    SWCC



     May 4, 2010    BPT    140      New                  Applied Tissue Culture            2.00    May 1, 2010      IHCC



      May 4, 2010   ART    250      New                 Connecting to The Arts             3.00   August 1, 2010    WITCC
      May 3, 2010   MKT    946    Addition              Seminary for Business II             v    April 21, 2010    IVCC
      May 3, 2010   COM    948    Addition                  Special Topics                   v    April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010   MUS    120   Deactivation               Music Theory I                 3.00   April 21, 2010    IVCC
      May 3, 2010   MUS    122    Addition                  Music Theory I                 4.00   April 21, 2010    IVCC
      May 3, 2010   ENG    221    Addition                 Creative Writing                3.00   April 21, 2010    IVCC
      May 3, 2010    LIT   135    Addition                Film as Literature               3.00   April 21, 2010    ICCC
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      May 3, 2010   ACC    191    Addition                Financial Analysis               3.00   April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     ACC   211    Addition                    Intermediate Accounting I         3.00    April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     ACC   261    Addition                     Income Tax Accounting I          3.00    April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     ENG   111    Addition                         Technical Writing            3.00    April 21, 2010    IHCC
      May 3, 2010     HIS   257    Addition                     African American History         3.00    April 21, 2010    IHCC
     April 30, 2010   AGH   151   Deactivation             Landscape Design Techniques           2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   AGH151
     April 30, 2010   AGH   153   Deactivation              Residential Landscape Design         2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   AGH153
     April 30, 2010   AGH   160   Deactivation     Landscape Installation and Maintenance II     2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   AGH160
     April 30, 2010   AGH   165   Deactivation            Irrigation Installation and Repair     2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   AGH165
     April 30, 2010   AUT   116   Deactivation                   Automotive Shop Safety          2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   AUT116
     April 30, 2010   AUT   623   Deactivation        Automative Electrical Systems Theory       4.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   AUT623
     April 30, 2010   BCA   762   Deactivation                  Introduction to Flash MX         1.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   BCA762
     April 30, 2010   BCA   791   Deactivation              Intermediate Powerpoint 2002         1.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   BCA791
     April 30, 2010   BIO   159   Deactivation      Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology       3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   BIO159
     April 30, 2010   CHM   110   Deactivation                 Introduction to Chemistry         3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   CHM110
     April 30, 2010   CHM   111   Deactivation              Introduction to Chemistry Lab        3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   CHM111
     April 30, 2010   CRR   328   Deactivation          Sheet Metal Fundamentals Theory          2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   CRR328
     April 30, 2010   CRR   329   Deactivation             Sheet Metal Fundamentals Lab          3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   CRR329
     April 30, 2010   GRA   717   Deactivation               Introduction to Photoshop 7         1.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   GRA717
     April 30, 2010   GRA   731   Deactivation                Digital Photography Output         1.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   GRA731
     April 30, 2010   MAP   543   Deactivation        Human Body in Health and Disease I         4.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   MAP543
     April 30, 2010   MAP   553   Deactivation        Human Body in Health and Disease II        4.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   MAT553
     April 30, 2010   MAT   50    Deactivation                       Math Strategies             1.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   MAT050
     April 30, 2010   PET   110   Deactivation             Introduction to Athletic Training     2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   PET110
     April 30, 2010   WTT   132   Deactivation   Electric Motors and Fundamental Motor Control   2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   WTT132
     April 30, 2010   BIO   103   Deactivation                  Introductory Biology Lab         1.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   BIO103
     April 30, 2010   EDU   216   Deactivation                  Introduction to Teaching         3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   EDU216
     April 30, 2010   EMS   214   Deactivation                         EMT-B Lab                 1.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   EMS214
     April 30, 2010   HCM   140   Deactivation                      Food Preparation             2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   HCM140
     April 30, 2010   HIS   247   Deactivation       Study Abroad: British Life and Culture      3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   HIS247
     April 30, 2010   LGL   272   Deactivation                        Business Law               3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   LGL272
     April 30, 2010   PHS   110   Deactivation            Introduction to Physical Science       3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   PHS110
     April 30, 2010   PHS   111   Deactivation         Introduction to Physical Science Lab      3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   PHS111
     April 30, 2010   PHS   170   Deactivation                      Physical Geology             3.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   PHS170
     April 30, 2010   PNN   700   Deactivation         Transfer Student Clinical Orientation     1.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   PNN 70
     April 30, 2010   REC   222   Deactivation                   Recreation Fieldwork II         2.00    April 16, 2010     ilcc   REC222


     April 30, 2010   PHT   107      New                       Digital Darkroom                  2.00                      WITCC   PHT107
     April 30, 2010   PHT   941      New                       Practicum Studio                    v                       WITCC   PHT941




     April 29, 2010   EDU   725      New             Microsoft Word 2003 in the Classroom        1.00   December 7, 2007   ILCC    EDU725


     April 29, 2010   BUS   945      New                    Seminar in Business I                 v       May 25, 2010     EICC    BUS945
     April 29, 2010   BUS   946      New                    Seminar in Business II                v       May 25, 2010     EICC    BUS946


     April 28, 2010   SDV   105   Deactivation                 Math Without Anxiety              1.00    August 5, 2010    EICC    HD103
     April 22, 2010   AGB   435   Deactivation   Introduction to Grain and Commodity Marketing   3.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    AD123A

     April 22, 2010   AUT   412   Deactivation   Automotive Suspesnsion and Steering Theory      3.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    AM220C
     April 22, 2010   AUT   852   Deactivation    Automotive Engine Performance Diagnosis        4.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    AM127C


     April 22, 2010   BCA   725   Deactivation                   WordPerfect                     1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE164A


     April 22, 2010   BCA   733   Deactivation        Achieve Top Search Engine Positions        1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE192A
     April 22, 2010   BCA   752   Deactivation           Introduction to Microsoft Works         1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE197A
     April 22, 2010   BCA   758   Deactivation     Intermediate Microsoft Works-Spreadsheet      1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE222A
     April 22, 2010   BUS   177   Deactivation                 Business Seminar III              1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BS211A
     April 22, 2010   BUS   210   Deactivation                  Business Statistics              3.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BS292A
     April 22, 2010   BUS   724   Deactivation            Master Planning of Resources           1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BE224A
     April 22, 2010   CHM   148   Deactivation                  College Chemistry II             3.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    SC176A
     April 22, 2010   CHM   149   Deactivation               College Chemistry II Lab            1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    SC177A
     April 22, 2010   CIS   165   Deactivation                     Advanced C++                  4.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CS198A
     April 22, 2010   CIS   201   Deactivation             Fund of Web Programming I             1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CS191A
     April 22, 2010   CIS   202   Deactivation            Fund of Web Programming II             1.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CS192A
     April 22, 2010   CIS   660   Deactivation                        PERL/CGI                   3.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CS193A
     April 22, 2010   CON   138   Deactivation             Introduction to Construction          2.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CA113C
     April 22, 2010   CRJ   153   Deactivation                     First Responder               3.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    CJ217A
     April 22, 2010   CRR   201   Deactivation                      Plastic Repair               2.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BM156C
     April 22, 2010   EDU   218   Deactivation                Initial Field Experience           2.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    ED102A
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     April 22, 2010   FLS   112   Deactivation         Spanish for Professionals: Business       2.00    April 16, 2010    ILCC    BS140A
     April 22, 2010   FLS    946   Deactivation                         Seminar                        1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    FL103A
     April 22, 2010   GEO    115   Deactivation                   Human Geography                      3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    SS166A
     April 22, 2010   GRA    766   Deactivation                    Photoshop Basics                    1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    BE166A
     April 22, 2010   GRA    794   Deactivation   Marketing Business or Organization on the Internet   1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    BE194A
     April 22, 2010    LIT   141   Deactivation                   British Literature II                3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    EN153A
     April 22, 2010    LIT   929   Deactivation                   Individual Projects                    v     April 16, 2010   ILCC    EN150A
     April 22, 2010   MMS    299   Deactivation                  Sophomore Portfolio                   0.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    BC200A
     April 22, 2010   MUA    174   Deactivation                  Single Reed Methods                   2.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    MU252A
     April 22, 2010   MUS    151   Deactivation                       Pop Singers                      1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    MU119A
     April 22, 2010   MUS    187   Deactivation                  Percussion Methods                    2.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    MU262A
     April 16, 2010   NET    212   Deactivation                    Cisco Networking                    3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT103A
     April 22, 2010   NET    222   Deactivation                      Cisco Routers                     3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT113A
     April 22, 2010   NET    232   Deactivation                     Cisco Switches                     3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT123A
     April 22, 2010   NET    242   Deactivation           Cisco Wide Area Networks (wan)               3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT133A
     April 22, 2010   NET    334   Deactivation      Implement Windows Network Infrastructure          4.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT134A
     April 22, 2010   NET    354   Deactivation                    Windows Security                    4.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT211A
     April 22, 2010   NET    620   Deactivation              Internet Security Accelerator             4.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT213A
     April 22, 2010   NET    621   Deactivation                   Designing Security                   4.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT221A
     April 22, 2010   NET    712   Deactivation                      SQL Database                      4.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    IT227A
     April 22, 2010   PEA    106   Deactivation                         Archery I                      1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    PE117A
     April 22, 2010   PEA    117   Deactivation                         Bowling I                      1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    PE137A
     April 22, 2010   PEA    158   Deactivation                      Scuba Diving I                    1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    PE167A
     April 22, 2010   PEA    174   Deactivation                         Tennis I                       1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    PE147A
     April 22, 2010   PEH    142   Deactivation                         First Aid                      3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    PE213A
     April 22, 2010   PEH    230   Deactivation                   Coping with Stress                   3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    PE133A
     April 22, 2010   PET    130   Deactivation              Athletic Training Techniques              2.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    PE116A
     April 22, 2010   PNN    271   Deactivation                     Normal Nutrition                   1.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    HL119A
     April 22, 2010   REC    235   Deactivation                  Recreation Practicum                  6.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    RE235A
     April 22, 2010   WEL    303   Deactivation                  Pipe Welding/SMAW                     3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    WE126C
     April 22, 2010   WTT    143   Deactivation           Alternating Current Elect Theory I           3.00    April 16, 2010   ILCC    WT143C




     April 22, 2010   GRA    153      New                           Web Media II                       3.00   August 10, 2010   ILCC    GRA153


     April 22, 2010   MGT    301      New           Progressive Management Trends and Careers          3.00   August 10, 2010    KCC    MGT301
     April 22, 2010   FIN    100   Deactivation               Introductions to Finance                 3.00   August 10, 2010    KCC    FIN100



     April 22, 2010   CIS    342   Title Change                PHP/Apache/MySQL II                     3.00    April 22, 2010    KCC    CIS342




     April 22, 2010   COM    724        New                  Employment Communications                 3.00   August 10, 2010   SWCC    COM724
     April 22, 2010   INT    102   Title Change                   Residential Studio I                 5.00                      HCC    ID102U
     April 22, 2010   INT    135   Title Change                   Residential Studio II                4.00                      HCC    ID135U
     April 22, 2010   INT    202   Title Change                     Contract Studio I                  5.00                      HCC    ID202U
     April 22, 2010   INT    232   Title Change                    Contract Studio II                  5.00                      HCC    ID232U
     April 22, 2010   RCP    561        New               Introduction to Ventilator support           3.00                      HCC    RCP561
     April 22, 2010   EGT    400      Addition        PLTW-Introduction to Engineering Design          3.00   August 10, 2010   DMACC   EGT400
     April 22, 2010   EGT    410      Addition            PLTW-Principles of Engineering               3.00   August 10, 2010   DMACC   EGT410
     April 22, 2010   EGT    420      Addition                 PLTW-Digital Electronics                3.00   August 10, 2010   DMACC   EGT420
     April 21, 2010   BCA    719   Deactivation                  Quicken for Windows                   1.00    April 22, 2010    ILCC   BE162A
     April 21, 2010   BUS    176   Deactivation                   Business Seminar III                 1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BS121A
     April 21, 2010   BUS    725   Deactivation            Detailed Scheduling & Planning              1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE225A
     April 21, 2010   BUS    726   Deactivation          Executing & Control of Operations             1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE226A
     April 21, 2010   CRR    409   Deactivation            Exterior Body Construction Lab              3.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BM148C
     April 21, 2010   HCM    207   Deactivation                        Food Lab                        2.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BH142C
     April 21, 2010   WTT    106   Deactivation               Wind Turbine Field Training              3.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   WT106C
     April 21, 2010   WTT    116   Deactivation             Intro/Wind Turbine Operations              3.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   WT116C
     April 21, 2010   AGM    204   Deactivation                Introduction to Agronomy                2.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   AE121C
     April 21, 2010   AGS    521   Deactivation       Swine Grower and Finisher Management             1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   AS115A
     April 21, 2010   BCA    720   Deactivation         Windows File and Disk Management               1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE163A
     April 21, 2010   BCA    736   Deactivation       Imaging for the Web Using Fireworks 4.0          1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BU109A
     April 21, 2010   BCA    759   Deactivation                Intermediate Web Pages                  1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BU101A
     April 21, 2010   BCA    777   Deactivation          Intermediate Java 2 Programming               1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BE199A
     April 21, 2010   BIO    169   Deactivation        Human Anatomy and Pysiology IA w/Lab            4.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC274A
     April 21, 2010   BIO    171   Deactivation            Introduction Biotechnoloyg Lab              1.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   BIO171
     April 21, 2010   BIO    174   Deactivation       Human Anatomy and Physiology IIA w/Lab           4.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC275A
     April 21, 2010   BIO    177   Deactivation                     Human Anatomy                      4.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC271A
     April 21, 2010   BIO    180   Deactivation                    Human Physiology                    4.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   SC270A
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     April 21, 2010   CAD    165   Deactivation                Rendering and Animation                 3.00    April 22, 1010    ILCC   CD123A
     April 21, 2010   CIS   204   Deactivation                        Web Programming I                       3.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CS143A
     April 21, 2010   CRR   408   Deactivation               Exterior Body Construction Theory                2.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    BM147C
     April 21, 2010   ECE   115   Deactivation                 Child Development Study Tour                   1.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CC111A
     April 21, 2010   ECE   130   Deactivation                          Emergency Care                        1.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CC113A
     April 21, 2010   ECE   163   Deactivation               Play and Creative Arts for Childen               4.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CC126A
     April 21, 2010   ECE   164   Deactivation                           Inquiry Activities                   4.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CC128A
     April 21, 2010   ECE   182   Deactivation                              Practicum I                       2.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CC121A
     April 21, 2010   ECE   272   Deactivation                              Practicum II                      2.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CC211A
     April 21, 2010   EDU   273   Deactivation                             Practicum III                      1.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CC221A
     April 21, 2010   EMS   214   Deactivation                     Introduction to Education                  4.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    ED114A
     April 21, 2010   EMS   611   Deactivation                            EMT-B and Lab                       6.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    HO106A
     April 21, 2010   GRA   613   Deactivation    Paramedic Specialist - Airway, Patient Assessment and Lab   6.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    HO146C
     April 21, 2010   GRA   784   Deactivation                      Creating Web Graphics                     1.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    BE184A
     April 21, 2010   LGL   155   Deactivation                    Legal Writing and Drafting                  2.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    LA222A
     April 21, 2010   MAT   928   Deactivation                         Independent Study                        v    April 22, 1010   ILCC    LA201A
     April 21, 2010   MST   015   Deactivation                             Metric System                      1.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    MA011H
     April 21, 2010   MST   104   Deactivation                  Anatomy and Physiology-MT                     4.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    MT104C
     April 21, 2010   MST   106   Deactivation                    MT Practical Applications                   3.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    MT106C
     April 21, 2010   MST   112   Deactivation                      Ethics/Professionalism                    2.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    MT112C
     April 21, 2010   MST   122   Deactivation                   Reflexology/Chair Massage                    2.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    MT122C
     April 21, 2010   MST   132   Deactivation                  Introduction to Spa Services                  2.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    MT132C
     April 21, 2010   MST   133   Deactivation        Massage and Abuse Geriatrics/Pregnancy/Infant           3.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    MT133C
     April 21, 2010   MST   140   Deactivation                             Spa Services                       1.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    MT140C
     April 21, 2010   PHS   186   Deactivation               Introduction to Earth Science Lab                1.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    SC136A
     April 21, 2010   PNN   275   Deactivation                           Normal Nutrition                     3.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    HL118A
     April 21, 2010   PNN   721   Deactivation            Dimensions of Practical Nursing Clinical            3.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    NU173C
     April 21, 2010   SCI   121   Deactivation                            Science Interim                     1.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    SC121A
     April 21, 2010   SUR   521   Deactivation                Surgical Technology Practicum II                6.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    CT136C
     April 21, 2010   WTT   113   Deactivation                Direct Current Electrical Theory                3.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    WT113C
     April 21, 2010   WTT   136   Deactivation                       Math for Technicians                     3.00   April 22, 1010   ILCC    WT136C
     April 20, 2010   EDU   255   Deactivation                 Technology in the Classroom                    3.00                    KCC     EDU255



     April 20, 2010   HSC   213       New                       Concepts in Pathophysiology                   4.00                    ILCC    HSC213




     April 20, 2010   HSC   159       New                ESL Preperation for Healthcare Education             3.00   August 5, 2010   DMACC   HSC159
     April 20, 2010   PNN   101    Deactivation            Mathematics for Health Professionals               1.00    June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU131C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   141    Deactivation             Fundamentals of Nursing Skills Lab                4.00    June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU154C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   421    Deactivation                Maternal and Newborn Nursing                   2.00    June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU112C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   631    Deactivation                Adult and Child Health Nursing                 9.00    June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU129C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   632    Deactivation         Nursing Care Through the Life Span Clinical           3.00    June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU163C
     April 20, 2010   PNN   722    Deactivation               Fundamentals of Nursing Clinical                2.00    June 1, 2010     ILCC   NU159C
     April 16, 2010   OTA   105       New                             Orientation to OT                       2.00                     IHCC   OTA105
     April 16, 2010   OTA   121       New                              Principles of OT                       4.00                     IHCC   OTA121
     April 16, 2010   OTA   131       New                      Pediatric Practice for the OTA                 4.00                     IHCC   OTA131
     April 16, 2010   OTA   141       New                         Therapeutic Media in OT                     3.00                     IHCC   OTA141
     April 16, 2010   OTA   151       New               Adult Physical Disability Practice for the OTA        4.00                     IHCC   OTA151
     April 16, 2010   OTA   161       New                 Traditional and Emerging Practice in OT             2.00                     IHCC   OTA161
     April 16, 2010   OTA   171       New                    Psychosocial Practice for the OTA                3.00                     IHCC   OTA171
     April 16, 2010   OTA   210       New                         Professional Issues in OT                   2.00                     IHCC   OTA210
     April 16, 2010   OTA   212      Addition                      Functional Kinesiology                     3.00                     IHCC   OTA212
     April 16, 2010   OTA   220       New                        Clinical Reasoning for OTA                   2.00                     IHCC   OTA220
     April 16, 2010   OTA   801       New                          OTA Level IA Fieldwork                     1.00                     IHCC   OTA801
     April 16, 2010   OTA   811       New                          OTA Level IB Fieldwork                     1.00                     IHCC   OTA821
     April 16, 2010   OTA   821       New                          OTA Level IC Fieldwork                     1.00                     IHCC   OTA821
     April 16, 2010   OTA   831       New                         OTA Level IIA Fieldwork                     6.00                     IHCC   OTA831
     April 16, 2010   OTA   841       New                         OTA Level IIB Fieldwork                     6.00                     IHCC   OTA841
     April 15, 2010   AGC   864   Credit Change                      Farm Experience III                      3.00                     EICC   FM218



     April 15, 2010   AGE   202       New                Equine Genetics and Breeding Management              3.00                     KCC    AGE202

     April 15, 2010   AGE   209        New                    Equine Anatomy and Physiology                   2.00                     KCC    AGE209
     April 15, 2010   AGE   108   Title Change                          Horsemanship I                        3.00                     KCC    AE514U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   109   Title Change                         Horsemanship II                        3.00                     KCC    AE526U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   110   Title Change                  Introduction to Basic Riding                  2.00                     KCC    AE511U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   169   Title Change                  Equine Fitting and Grooming                   3.00                     KCC    AE509U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   172   Title Change                      Equine Ground Work                        2.00                     KCC    AGE172
     April 15, 2010   AGE   185   Title Change          Equine Facilities Maintenance and Mechanics           2.00                     KCC    AE516U
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     April 15, 2010   AGE   212   Title Change                Equine Business Management II                   3.00                     KCC    AE525U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   203   Deactivation                     Equine Genetics                     2.00                      KCC     AE532U
     April 15, 2010   AGE   180   Deactivation                       Ag Mechanics                      2.00                      KCC     AE515U
     April 13, 2010   IND   179      New                     Boiler Operation and Control              2.00                      SCC     IND179
     April 7, 2010    CIS   188   Deactivation                  J2EE Special Projects                    o                       KCC     DG233U
     April 7, 2010    EGT   801    Addition                            Internship                        v                       NCC     EGT801




      April 7, 2010   APP   101       New                              Basic Sewing                    2.00                     DMACC    APP101
      April 5, 2010   BIO   740       New             Biomedical Occupational Health and Safety        3.00                      IWCC     BIO740
      April 5, 2010   CON   316       New                  Sustainable Construction Science            3.00                      IWCC    CON316
      April 5, 2010   CON   317       New                    Sustainable Building Materials            3.00                      IWCC    CON317
      April 5, 2010   CON   318       New                        Sustainable Foundations               3.00                      IWCC    CON318
      April 5, 2010   CON   319       New                Interior and Exterior Energy Principles       4.00                      IWCC    CON319
      April 5, 2010   DEA   320       New                              Radiography II                  2.00                      IWCC    DEA320
      April 5, 2010   DEA   403       New                             Dental Materials                 3.00                      IWCC    DEA403
      April 5, 2010   DEA   502       New                       Dental Assisting Principles            4.00                      IWCC    DEA502
      April 5, 2010   DEA   585       New                     Dental Assisting Experience II           5.00                      IWCC    DEA585
      April 5, 2010   DEA   602       New                            Dental Specialties                4.50                      IWCC    DEA602
      April 5, 2010   DEA   706       New                   Procedures for the Dental Office           2.50                      IWCC    DEA706
      April 5, 2010   PEA   162       New                        Speed and Conditioning                1.00                      IWCC    PEA162
      April 5, 2010   PNN   167       New                         Foundations of Nursing               5.00                      IWCC    PNN167
      April 5, 2010   PNN   168       New                            Practical Nursing I               5.00                      IWCC    PNN168
      April 5, 2010   PNN   425       New                        Perinatal Mood Disorders              1.00                      IWCC    PNN425
      April 5, 2010   PNN   452       New                         Gerontological Nursing               2.00                      IWCC    PNN452
      April 5, 2010   RAD   110       New            Introduction to Radiography and Patient Care      3.00                      IWCC    RAD110
      April 5, 2010   RAD   118       New               Radiographic Anatomy and Procedures I          6.50                      IWCC    RAD118
      April 5, 2010   RAD   144       New               Radiographic Anatomy and Procedures II         2.00                      IWCC    RAD144
      April 5, 2010   RAD   152       New              Radiographic Anatomy and Procedures III         2.00                      IWCC    RAD152
      April 5, 2010   RAD   202       New                      Applied Clinical Education I            3.00                      IWCC    RAD202
      April 5, 2010   RAD   232       New                      Applied Clinical Education II           4.50                      IWCC    RAD232
      April 5, 2010   RAD   282       New                      Applied Clinical Education III          7.50                      IWCC    RAD282
      April 5, 2010   RAD   355       New                         Radiographic Imaging I               6.50                      IWCC    RAD355
      April 5, 2010   RAD   375       New                         Radiographic Imaging II              5.00                      IWCC    RAD375
      April 5, 2010   RAD   415       New                  Pharmacology and Contrast Media             2.50                      IWCC    RAD415
      April 5, 2010   RAD   522       New                     Applied Clinical Education IV            7.50                      IWCC    RAD522
      April 5, 2010   RAD   565       New                      Applied Clinical Education V            7.50                      IWCC    RAD565
      April 5, 2010   RAD   728       New                            Modality Imaging                  4.00                      IWCC    RAD728
      April 5, 2010   RAD   745       New                                Pathology                     3.00                      IWCC    RAD745
      April 5, 2010   RAD   763       New                            Image Evaluation                  1.00                      IWCC    RAD763
      April 5, 2010   RAD   775       New               Radiologic Critical and Creative Thinking      2.00                      IWCC    RAD775
      April 5, 2010   RAD   805       New                           Radiologic Physics I               3.00                      IWCC    RAD805
      April 5, 2010   RAD   827       New                          Radiologic Physics II               2.00                      IWCC    RAD827
      April 5, 2010   RAD   862       New                Radiobiology and Radiation Protection         3.00                      IWCC    RAD862
      April 5, 2010   SER   150       New                                Electricity I                 4.00                      IWCC    SER150
      April 5, 2010   SER   155       New                               Electricity II                 4.00                      IWCC    SER155
      April 5, 2010   SER   160       New                               Electricity III                3.00                      IWCC    SER160
      April 5, 2010   SER   165       New              Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers         3.00                      IWCC    SER165
      April 5, 2010   SER   180       New                Renewable Energy Business Practices           3.00                      IWCC    SER180
      April 5, 2010   SER   805       New                     Sustainable Energy Internship            2.00                      IWCC    SER805
      April 5, 2010   SER   905       New                       Sustainable Energy Project             2.00                      IWCC    SER905
      April 5, 2010   WTT   202       New                         Advanced Wind Energy                 4.00                      IWCC    WTT202
      April 5, 2010   MIL   123    Deactivation               Foundations of U.S. Air Force            1.00                      IWCC    MIL123A
      April 5, 2010   MIL   215    Deactivation   The Evolution of U.S Air Force Air and Space Power   1.00                      IWCC    MIL215A
      April 5, 2010   SDV   158    Deactivation               Career Strategies/Articulation           2.00                      IWCC    APT114A
      April 5, 2010   MIL   100      Addition               Foundations of the U.S. Airforce I         1.00                      IWCC     MIL100
      April 5, 2010   MIL   101      Addition              Foundations of the U.S. Airforce II         1.00                      IWCC     MIL101
      April 5, 2010   MIL   200      Addition       The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power I        1.00                      IWCC     MIL200
      April 5, 2010   MIL   201      Addition       The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power II       1.00                      IWCC     MIL201
      April 5, 2010   MUS   167       New                        Marching Band/Pep Band                1.00                      IWCC    MUS167
      April 1, 2010   MAT   045      Addition                     Fundamentals of Math                 4.00                       EICC   MAT045
      April 1, 2010   HSV   256       New                          Concepts of Addiction               3.00                       NICC   HSV256
      April 1, 2010   VIN   111       New              Vineyard Establishment and Maintenance          3.00                       NICC    VIN111
      April 1, 2010   ECE   215       New               Home, School and Community Relations           3.00                     DMACC    ECE215
      April 1, 2010   ECE   343       New                    Early Childhood Guidance Lab              1.00                     DMACC    ECE343
      April 1, 2010   VIN   275       New                            Sensory Science                   4.00                     DMACC     VIN275
      April 1, 2010   BCA   775      Addition             JavaScript Programming for the Web           1.00   January 5, 2011   NIACC    BCA775
      April 1, 2010   PEA   158      Addition                          Scuba Diving I                  1.00   August 10, 2011   NIACC    PEA158
      April 1, 2010   PEH   908      Addition                     Cooperative Education                  v    August 10, 2010   NIACC    PEH908
      April 1, 2010   PET   110      Addition                Introduction to Athletic Training         2.00   August 10, 2010   NIACC    PET110
      April 1, 2010   BCA   729       New                      Search Engine Optimization              1.00   January 5, 2011   NIACC    BCA729
      April 1, 2010   BCA   778       New                               AJAX Basics                    1.00   January 5, 2011   NIACC    BCA778
      April 1, 2010   BUS   159       New            Internet Law, Copyright, and Computer Ethics      1.00   January 5, 2010   NIACC    BUS159
      April 1, 2010   CIS   232       New                          Web Development II                  1.00   January 5, 2011   NIACC     CIS232
      April 1, 2010   CIS   620       New             Bot Programming for Game and Application         1.00   January 5, 2010   NIACC     CIS620
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      April 1, 2010   CIS   275   Credit Change                Advanced Testing Concepts               2.00    April 1, 2010    NIACC     CIS275
    April 1, 2010    CIS   211   Deactivation                 Web Development II                       3.00    April 1, 2010   NIACC   ECOM120
    April 1, 2010    GRA   151   Deactivation                     Web Design                           3.00    April 1, 2010   NIACC   ECOM201
   March 25, 2010    CAD   246    Addition                     Parametric CAD I                        3.00                     NCC     CAD246
   March 25, 2010    CAD   248    Addition                     Parametric CAD II                       3.00                     NCC     CAD248
   March 25, 2010    MFG   185      New                       OSHA/Shop Safety                         2.00                     NCC     MFG185
   March 25, 2010    MFG   122    Addition               Machine Trade Print Reading I                 3.00                     NCC     MFG122
   March 25, 2010    MFG   507    Addition                Lean Quality Manufacturing                   2.00                     NCC     MFG507
   March 25, 2010    EGT   400    Addition         PLTW - Introduction to Engineering Design           3.00                     NCC     EGT400
   March 25, 2010    EGT   450    Addition         PLTW - Computer Integrated Manufacturing            3.00                     NCC     EGT450
   March 25, 2010    EGT   410    Addition             PLTW - Principles of Engineering                3.00                     NCC     EGT410
   March 25, 2010    CAD   181    Addition             Introduction to Autodesk Inventor               2.00                     NCC     CAD181


   March 25, 2010    ELE   183       New                       Electrical Systems                      3.00                     NCC    ELE183
   March 25, 2010    BPT   121       New                      Biodiesel Production                     2.00                    IHCC    BPT121
   March 25, 2010    BPT   157       New                  Good Manufacturing Practices                 2.00                    IHCC    BPT157
   March 25, 2010    BPT   281       New                Bioprocess Technology Practicum                2.00                    IHCC    BPT281
   March 25, 2010    IND   108       New                  Advanced Safety Technology                   2.00                    IHCC    IND108
   March 25, 2010    CON   386       New                       Sustainable Design                      1.00                    ICCC    CON386



   March 24, 2010    BUS   902       New                            Career Seminar                       v    August 5, 2010   DMACC   BUS902
   March 24, 2010    AGS   318   Credit Change                    Feed Formulation                     1.75                     EICC    FF230
   March 24, 2010    AGS   324   Credit Change                     Dairy Production                    1.50                     EICC    FM221
   March 24, 2010    AGS   410   Credit Change                    Swine Production II                  1.50                     EICC    FM127
   March 24, 2010    AGS   554   Credit Change                      Beef Production                    3.00                     EICC    FM136
   March 23, 2010    AVI   512       New                   Private Flight Lessons Ground               2.50                     SCC    AVI512
   March 23, 2010    AVI   517       New                        Private Flight Lessons                 1.00                     SCC    AVI517
   March 23, 2010    AVI   532       New                     Instrument Ground Lessons                 3.00                     SCC    AVI532
   March 23, 2010    AVI   537       New                      Instrument Flight Lessons                1.50                     SCC    AVI537
   March 23, 2010    AVI   552       New                    Commercial Ground Lessons                  2.50                     SCC    AVI552
   March 23, 2010    AVI   557       New                      Commercial Flight Lessons                1.50                     SCC    AVI557
   March 23, 2010    AVI   572       New         Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Ground Lessons      2.50                     SCC    AVI572
   March 23, 2010    AVI   577       New          Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Flight Lessons     0.50                     SCC    AVI577
   March 23, 2010    AVI   592       New              Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Ground         2.00                     SCC    AVI592
   March 23, 2010    AVI   597       New         Certified Flight Instrument Instructor (CFI) Flight   0.50                     SCC    AVI597
   March 23, 2010    HSV   293       New           Substance Abuse and Treatment Planning              3.00                     ILCC   HSV293
   March 23, 2010    COM   781      Addition           Written Communication in Workplace              3.00                     ILCC   COM781
   March 23, 2010    HSC   109      Addition      Exploring Health Careers and Building Teams          3.00                     ILCC   HSC109
   March 23, 2010    HSC   105      Addition             Introduction to Health Occupations            1.00                     ILCC   HSC105
   March 23, 2010    ACC   702       New                     Certified Book keep Review                4.00                     ILCC   ACC702
   March 23, 2010    GRD   474       New                   Web Page Layout and Usability               3.00                    DMACC   GRD474
   March 23, 2010    GRD   476       New                             Web Design                        3.00                    DMACC   GRD476
   March 23, 2010    GRD   481       New                               Fireworks                       3.00                    DMACC   GRD481
   March 23, 2010    GRD   483       New                       Dreamweaver Advanced                    3.00                    DMACC   GRD483
   March 23, 2010    GRD   485       New                                Flash I                        3.00                    DMACC   GRD485
   March 23, 2010    GRD   486       New                                Flash II                       3.00                    DMACC   GRD486
   March 22, 2010    GEO   162       New                          Geography of Iowa                    3.00                     KCC    GEO162


   March 22, 2010    LIT   101     Addition                  Introduction to Literature                3.00   August 5, 2010   NIACC    LIT101


   March 22, 2010    PEA   287     Addition                      Weight Training II                    1.00   August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEA287




   March 22, 2010    PEH   144       New                    Human Movement Science                     3.00   August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEH144


    March 22, 2010   PEH   261      New              Physical Activity for Health and Fitness          3.00   August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEH261
    March 22, 2010   PEA   188   Deactivation                    Weight Training I                     2.00   August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEA188
    March 22, 2010   PEA   288   Deactivation                   Weight Training II                     2.00   August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEA288
    March 22, 2010   PEA   167   Deactivation             Lifetime Fitness Assessment                  1.00   August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEA167
    March 22, 2010   PEH   143   Deactivation         Kinesiology and Anatomical Function              3.00   August 5, 2010   NIACC   PEH143
    March 22, 2010   GRA   227      New                       Interactive Multimedia                   4.00                     HCC    GRA227
    March 22, 2010   GRA   231      New                           Photo Direction                      2.00                     HCC    GRA231
    March 22, 2010   GRA   237      New                       Web Site Construction                    4.00                     HCC    GRA237
    March 22, 2010   GRA   285      New                       Production Processes                     3.00                     HCC    GRA285
    March 19, 2010   EGR   100    Addition                   Engineering Orientation                   1.00                    IWCC    EGR100
    March 19, 2010   EGR   160    Addition                         Engineering I                       3.00                    IWCC    EGR160
    March 19, 2010   EGR   165    Addition                         Engineering II                      3.00                    IWCC    EGR165
    March 19, 2010   MUA   155    Addition                       Applied Clarinet                      2.00                    IWCC    MUA155
    March 19, 2010   MUA   157    Addition                         Applied Flute                       2.00                    IWCC    MUA157
11/9/201111:00 PM
    March 19, 2010   MUS   204    Addition                   History of Rock and Roll                  3.00                    IWCC    MUS204
   March 19, 2010    WTT   103          Addition                             Introduction to Wind Energy                 3.00                    IWCC   WTT103
   March 9, 2010     WTT   110   Title & Credit Change                     Wind Energy Workplace Safety                  2.00                    IWCC   WTT110
   March 9, 2010     WTT   142       Credit Change                         Mechanical Power Transmission                 4.00                    IWCC   WTT142
   March 9, 2010     ARC   130        Deactivation                                Architectural History                  3.00                    IWCC   AET566T
   March 9, 2010     ARC   131        Deactivation                           Architectural Drafting I/CAD                3.00                    IWCC   AET570T
   March 9, 2010     ARC   182        Deactivation                      Codes, Specifications and Contracts              3.00                    IWCC    ARC182
   March 9, 2010     ARC   241        Deactivation                           Architectural Drafting II/CAD               3.00                    IWCC   AET571T
   March 9, 2010     ARC   243        Deactivation                           Architectural Drafting III/BIM              3.00                    IWCC    ARC243
   March 9, 2010     ARC   246        Deactivation                          AEC/Rendering and Animation                  3.00                    IWCC   AET585T
   March 9, 2010     ARC   252        Deactivation                      AEC Architectural Technology CAD I               3.00                    IWCC   AET572T
   March 9, 2010     ARC   267        Deactivation                       Mechanical and Electrical Systems               2.00                    IWCC   AET581T
   March 9, 2010     ARC   273        Deactivation                           Architectural Design Project                3.00                    IWCC    ARC273
   March 9, 2010     ARC   932        Deactivation                                      Internship                         v                     IWCC   AET563T
   March 9, 2010     CAD   113        Deactivation                                     AUTOCAD I                         3.00                    IWCC   CAD601T
   March 9, 2010     CAD   117        Deactivation                                    AUTOCAD II                         3.00                    IWCC   CAD602T
   March 9, 2010     CAD   124        Deactivation                                     Microstation                      3.00                    IWCC    CAD124
   March 9, 2010     CAD   137        Deactivation                                Solid Modeling CAD                     3.00                    IWCC    CAD137
   March 9, 2010     CET   116        Deactivation                                     Surveying I                       3.00                    IWCC   CET702T
   March 9, 2010     CET   132        Deactivation                     Construction Materials and Inspection             3.00                    IWCC    CET132
   March 9, 2010     CET   166        Deactivation                                     Surveying II                      3.00                    IWCC   CET725T
   March 9, 2010     CET   191        Deactivation                                        Statics                        3.00                    IWCC   CET726T
   March 9, 2010     CET   216        Deactivation                                     Surveying III                     4.00                    IWCC   CET729T
   March 9, 2010     CET   222        Deactivation                       Soils, Foundations and Aggregates               3.00                    IWCC    CET222
   March 9, 2010     CET   238        Deactivation                  Strength of Materials and Fluid Mechanics            4.00                    IWCC   CET727T
   March 9, 2010     CET   242        Deactivation                   Construction Methods and Management                 3.00                    IWCC    CET242
   March 9, 2010     CET   251        Deactivation                                  G.P.S. and G.I.S.                    2.00                    IWCC   CET720T
   March 9, 2010     CET   280        Deactivation                           Concrete and Asphalt Design                 1.00                    IWCC   CET728T
   March 9, 2010     CET   285        Deactivation                 Structural Steel/Reinforced Concrete Design           3.00                    IWCC   CET724T
   March 9, 2010     CET   298        Deactivation                   Civil Engineering/Construction Problems             4.00                    IWCC   CET714T
   March 9, 2010     DEA   324        Deactivation                                   Radiography II                      3.00                    IWCC   DEN640V
   March 9, 2010     DEA   405        Deactivation                                  Dental Materials                     4.00                    IWCC   DEN632V
   March 9, 2010     DEA   505        Deactivation                            Dental Assisting Principles                5.00                    IWCC   DEN635V
   March 9, 2010     DEA   583        Deactivation                          Dental Assisting Experience II               3.50                    IWCC   DEN637V
   March 9, 2010     DEA   606        Deactivation                                 Dental Specialties                    5.50                    IWCC   DEN636V
   March 9, 2010     DEA   705        Deactivation                         Procedures for the Dental Office              3.00                    IWCC   DEN638V
   March 9, 2010     EGT   101        Deactivation                    Introduction to Engineering Technology             1.00                    IWCC   EGT110T
   March 9, 2010     EGT   107        Deactivation                        Introduction to Technical Physics              3.00                    IWCC   EGT111T
   March 9, 2010     EGT   122        Deactivation                  Strength of Materials and Fluid Mechanics            3.00                    IWCC    EGT122
   March 9, 2010     EGT   123        Deactivation                               Strength of Materials                   3.00                    IWCC    EGT123
   March 9, 2010     EGT   148        Deactivation              Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Power Transmission            3.00                    IWCC   MFG612T
   March 9, 2010     EGT   165        Deactivation                                      Estimating                       3.00                    IWCC    EGT165
   March 9, 2010     JOU   115        Deactivation                            Introduction to Journalism                 3.00                    IWCC   JOU131A
   March 9, 2010     JOU   116        Deactivation                                 Media Consumes                        3.00                    IWCC    JOU116
   March 9, 2010     JOU   120        Deactivation                               Beginning Newswriting                   3.00                    IWCC    JOU120
   March 9, 2010     JOU   942        Deactivation                         Journalism Practicum-Reporting                  v                     IWCC    JOU942
   March 9, 2010     JOU   943        Deactivation                Journalism Practicum-Design and Production               v                     IWCC    JOU943
   March 9, 2010     MFG   121        Deactivation                           Machine Trade Printreading I                2.00                    IWCC   MFG600T
   March 9, 2010     MFG   139        Deactivation                            Dimensions and Tolerance                   2.00                    IWCC   MFG139
   March 9, 2010     MFG   152        Deactivation                                CNC Fundamentals                       2.00                    IWCC   MFG152
   March 9, 2010     MFG   240        Deactivation                        Machine Theory and Operations I                3.00                    IWCC   MFG604T
   March 9, 2010     MFG   246        Deactivation                       Machine Theory and Operations II                3.00                    IWCC   MFG626T
   March 9, 2010     MFG   292        Deactivation                                  Heat Treatments                      3.00                    IWCC   MFG616T
   March 9, 2010     MFG   302        Deactivation                                CNC Fundamentals                       3.00                    IWCC   MFG608T
   March 9, 2010     MFG   320        Deactivation                            Computer-Aided Machining                   3.00                    IWCC   MFG620T
   March 9, 2010     MFG   423        Deactivation                                  Jigs and Fixtures                    4.00                    IWCC   MFG423
   March 9, 2010     MFG   510        Deactivation                                Quality Improvement                    3.00                    IWCC   MFG510
   March 9, 2010     MFG   811        Deactivation                             Integrated Design Project                 4.00                    IWCC   MFG811
   March 9, 2010     MFG   932        Deactivation                             Manufacturing Internship                    v                     IWCC   MFG932
   March 9, 2010     MUS   149        Deactivation                                      Pep Band                         1.00                    IWCC   MUS298A
   March 9, 2010     MUS   203        Deactivation                            History of American Music                  3.00                    IWCC   MUS192A
   March 9, 2010     PEA   126        Deactivation                                 Dance Ensemble I                      1.00                    IWCC   PED144A
   March 9, 2010     PEA   128        Deactivation                                 Distance Running I                    1.00                    IWCC   PED155A
   March 9, 2010     PEA   134        Deactivation                                         Golf I                        1.00                    IWCC   PED120A
   March 9, 2010     PEC   145        Deactivation                           Theory of Coaching Baseball                 3.00                    IWCC   PED157A
   March 9, 2010     PEC   149        Deactivation                          Theory of Coaching Basketball                3.00                    IWCC   PED158A
   March 9, 2010     PEH   135        Deactivation                                    OSHA Safety                        3.00                    IWCC    PEH135
   March 9, 2010     PEV   190        Deactivation                                Varsity Spirit Squad                   1.00                    IWCC   PED106A
   March 9, 2010     PNN   162        Deactivation                 Foundation of Nursing: Fundamentals Skills            3.00                    IWCC    PNN162
   March 9, 2010     PNN   163        Deactivation                     Foundation of Nursing: Patient Safety             3.00                    IWCC    PNN163
                                                         Practical Nursing I: Common Illness and Conditions Across the
     March 9, 2010   PNN   164       Deactivation                                        Lifespan                        4.00                    IWCC   PNN164
     March 9, 2010   REC   205       Deactivation                          Outdoor Wilderness Experience                 3.00                    IWCC   PED215A
     March 9, 2010   SPC   135       Deactivation                       Organizational Communication (CE)                2.00                    IWCC    SPC135
     March 9, 2010   WTT   102       Deactivation                            Introduction to Wind Energy                 2.00                    IWCC   WTT102
     March 9, 2010   WTT   140       Deactivation                                       Electricity I                    3.00                    IWCC   WTT140
     March 9, 2010   WTT   150       Deactivation                                  Industrial Rigging                    2.00                    IWCC   WTT150
11/9/201111:00 PM
     March 5, 2010   INT   305          New                                  SketchUp for Interior Design                1.00   August 2, 2010    KCC    INT305
    March 5, 2010     INT    306             New                    Photoshop for Interior Design                  1.00    August 2, 2010     KCC     INT306
    March 5, 2010     INT    307             New              Accounting Concepts for Business Planning            1.00    August 2, 2010     KCC     INT307
    March 5, 2010     AGH    294             New                   Small Business for Horticulture                 2.00    August 2, 2010     EICC    AGH294
    March 5, 2010     AGC    863        Deactivation                     Farm Experience III                       2.00                       EICC     FM172
    March 5, 2010     AGC    867        Deactivation                     Farm Experience III                       3.00                       EICC    AGC867
    March 5, 2010     AGC    864        Title Change                     Farm Experience III                       3.50                       EICC     FM218
    March 5, 2010     AGC    865   Title & Credit Change                 Farm Experience IV                        3.50                       EICC     FM252


    March 5, 2010     NET    309           New                            Virtual Machines                         2.00                        SCC    NET309
    March 5, 2010     IND    315           New             Computerized Maintenance Management Systems             2.00                       ICCC    IND315
    March 4, 2010     BIR    131           New                             Clarinet Lab I                          3.00                       WITCC   BIR131
    March 4, 2010     BIR    120           New                          Woodwind Overhaul                          3.00                       WITCC   BIR120
    March 4, 2010     BIR    227           New                       Double Reed Fundamentals                      2.00                       WITCC   BIR227



    March 4, 2010     SUR    450          New                  Advanced Concepts in Surgical Technology            4.00                       EICC    SUR450
    March 4, 2010     HCM    162       Deactivation                    Advanced Culinary Skills                    2.00    August 2, 2010     KCC     HO154U




    March 4, 2010     HCM    614           New                          Leadership in Hospitality                  3.00    August 2, 2010     KCC     HCM614

    March 4, 2010     BCA    800           New                       Web Technologies Capstone                     3.00     August 2, 2010    KCC     BCA800
    March 3, 2010     PHR    122           New                   Pharmacy Tech Career Development                  1.00   November 11, 2009   ILCC    PHR122
    March 3, 2010     WEL    104           New                       Introduction to MIG Welding                                              HCC     WEL104
    March 3, 2010     CRJ    246           New                 Employment Strategies for Criminal Justice          3.00    August 1, 2010     HCC     CRJ246


  February 24, 2010   MAT    072         Addition                         Intermediate Algebra II                  3.00   February 24, 2010   EICC    MAT027
  February 24, 2010    FIR   201          New                             Incident Command 200                     1.00                               FIR201
  February 24, 2010    FIR   202          New                             Incident Command 300                     1.00                               FIR202
  February 24, 2010    FIR   203          New                             Incident Command 400                     1.00                               FIR203
  February 24, 2010   AGA    285      Credit Change                           Crop Protection                      3.50                       EICC     FM132
  February 24, 2010   AGA    336          New                                Forage Production                     1.50                       EICC    AGA336
  February 24, 2010   AGA    881      Credit Change                            Grain Science                       1.75                       EICC     FF115
  February 24, 2010   AGB    103      Credit Change                       Agricultural Economics                   1.25                       EICC     FF233
  February 24, 2010   AGB    105      Credit Change                Business Principles for Agriculture I           1.75                       EICC     FF136
  February 24, 2010   AGB    106      Credit Change                Business Principles for Agriculture II          1.75                       EICC     FF236
  February 24, 2010   AGB    142      Credit Change                Applied Agri-Business Accounting II             1.00                       EICC     FF124
  February 24, 2010   AGB    191      Credit Change                          Agricultural Sales I                  1.50                       EICC     FF101
  February 24, 2010   AGB    192      Credit Change                         Agricultural Sales II                  1.50                       EICC     FF133
  February 24, 2010   AGB    231      Credit Change                         Futures and Options                    1.50                       EICC     FM121
  February 24, 2010   AGB    299          New                              Farm Record Analysis                    1.50                       EICC    AGB299
  February 24, 2010   AGB    301      Credit Change            Applied Accounting for Farm Management I            1.50                       EICC    AGB301
  February 24, 2010   AGB    304      Credit Change                          Agricultural Credit                   1.50                       EICC     FM200
  February 24, 2010   AGB    305      Credit Change                           Agricultural Law                     1.50                       EICC     FM203
  February 24, 2010   AGB    306      Credit Change                          Risk Management                       1.25                       EICC     FM146
  February 24, 2010   AGB    351      Credit Change        Principles of Marketing and Retailing for Agriculture   1.75                       EICC     FF222
  February 24, 2010   AGC    864      Credit Change                         Farm Experience IV                     3.50                       EICC     FM218
  February 24, 2010   AGM    160      Credit Change                           Farm Structures                      1.50                       EICC     FM209
  February 24, 2010   AGS    315      Credit Change                    Principles of Animal Nutrition              3.00                       EICC     FM139
  February 24, 2010   AGS    352      Credit Change                               Genetics                         1.50                       EICC     FM103
  February 24, 2010   AGS    401          New                                Swine Production                      3.00                       EICC    AGS401
  February 24, 2010   AGS    881      Credit Change                                Feeds                           1.75                       EICC    AGS881
  February 24, 2010   BCA    086          New                         College Prep Computer Skills                 2.00                       HCC     BCA086
  February 24, 2010    BIO   042          New                    Preparatory Science for Health Careers            3.00                       HCC     BIO042
  February 24, 2010   HCM    148       Deactivation                      Food Fundamentals (lec)                   3.00                       KCC     HO122U




  February 23, 2010   JOU    177           New               News, Forensics and Advertising Photography           3.00                       ILCC    JOU177




  February 23, 2010   JOU    200           New                               AP Style Editing                      3.00                       ILCC    JOU200


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  February 23, 2010   HIT   339            New                          Quality Management                   2.00                       DMACC   HIT339




  February 23, 2010   BCA   286              New                   Survey of WEB Technologies                 2.00                      KCC     BCA286
  February 23, 2010   CIS   342              New                        PHP/MySQL/Apache II                   3.00                      KCC     CIS342
  February 23, 2010   FIN   100              New                        Introduction to Finance               3.00                      KCC     FIN100
  February 23, 2010   HCM   403         Deactivation                       Food and Culture                   3.00                      KCC     HO144U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   322         Deactivation                 Introduction to Hospitality II           0.50                      KCC     HO159U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   323         Deactivation                Introduction to Hospitality III           0.50                      KCC     HO160U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   270         Deactivation                         Garde Manger                     2.00                      KCC     HO137U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   195         Deactivation                  Dining Room Techniques                  3.00                      KCC     HO161U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   177         Deactivation                      Culinary Arts (Lec)                 2.00                      KCC     HO162U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   601         Title Change           Housekeeping and Laundry Operations            3.00                      KCC     HO164U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   231            Addition                            Nutrition                      2.00                      KCC     HCM231
  February 23, 2010   HCM   279            Addition                      Hospitality Accounting               3.00                      KCC     HCM279
  February 23, 2010   HCM   162            Addition                    Advanced Culinary Skills               2.00                      KCC     HO154U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   166    Title & Credit Change                     Culinary Arts                    4.00                      KCC     HO124U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   204    Title & Credit Change                  Service Techniques                  3.00                      KCC     HO113U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   213         Title Change                     Service Management                   4.00                      KCC     HCM213
  February 23, 2010   HCM   603    Title & Credit Change              Hotel Sales and Catering                3.00                      KCC     HO166U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   117         Title Change                         Bakery Basics                    3.00                      KCC     HO115U
  February 23, 2010   HCM   256              New                  Cost Control and Merchandising              3.00                      KCC     HCM256
  February 23, 2010   HCM   326              New                 Basic Hospitality Communications             3.00                      KCC     HCM326
  February 23, 2010   HCM   599              New                 Engineering and Risk Management              1.00                      KCC     HCM599
  February 23, 2010   HCM   597              New                      Front Office Management                 3.00                      KCC     HCM597
  February 23, 2010   HCM   596              New                          Uniformed Services                  2.00                      KCC     HCM596
  February 23, 2010   HCM   614              New                       Leadership in Hospitality              3.00                      KCC     HCM614
  February 12, 2010   ADN   525              New               Comprehensive Nursing Care of Adults I        10.75                      NICC    ADN525
  February 12, 2010   PNN   6.75             New                           Nursing Concepts                   6.75                      NICC    PNN169
  February 12, 2010   SDV   200         Title Change                  Introduction to Computers               1.50                      NICC     56:018
  February 12, 2010   ELT   841              New                       Electronics Applications               6.00                      NCC     ELT841


  February 12, 2010   HCM   136            New                         Basic Food Preparation                3.00                       ICCC    HCM136



  February 12, 2010   AGH   148           New                            Home Landscaping                    3.00                       ICCC    AGH148
  February 12, 2010   MKT   145        Deactivation                      Sales Management                    3.00     June 1, 2010       KCC    MR118T
  February 12, 2010   BIO   157         Addition                           Human Biology                     4.00                       SWCC    BIO157
  February 12, 2010   CHM   112         Addition                      Introduction to Chemistry              4.00                       SWCC    CHM112


   February 9, 2010   PHT   135         Addition                           Digital Fundamentals              3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT135
   February 9, 2010   PHT   106         Addition                    Introduction to Electronic Imaging       3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT106
   February 9, 2010   PHT   102         Addition                               Photo Design I                3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT102
   February 9, 2010   PHT   103         Addition                      Print Presentation Techniques          3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT103
   February 9, 2010   PHT   134         Addition                          Theory of Photography              3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT134
   February 9, 2010   PHT   104         Addition                          Introduction to Lighting           3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT104
   February 9, 2010   PHT   132         Addition                              Photo Design II                3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT132
   February 9, 2010   PHT   212         Addition                     Intermediate Electronic Imaging         3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT212
   February 9, 2010   PHT   204         Addition                     Basic Commercial Photography            3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT204
   February 9, 2010   PHT   208         Addition                           Basic Photojournalism             3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT208
   February 9, 2010   PHT   202         Addition                              Basic Portraiture              3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT202
   February 9, 2010   PHT   246         Addition                       Advanced Electronic Imaging           3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT246
   February 9, 2010   PHT   210         Addition                          Visual Communications              3.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT210
   February 9, 2010   PHT   232         Addition                           Advanced Portraiture              6.00    February 9, 2010    NCC    PHT232
   February 9, 2010   ADM   924        Deactivation                            Honors Project                  v      May 25, 2010       KCC    ADM924
   February 9, 2010   ADM   928        Deactivation                         Independent Study                  v      May 25, 2010       KCC    ADM928
   February 9, 2010   BCA   214        Deactivation           Advanced Computer Business Applications        3.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    OF158U
   February 9, 2010   BCA   253        Deactivation                    Desktop Publishing Projects           2.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    OF162U
   February 9, 2010   BCA   294        Deactivation                         Multimedia Projects              2.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    OF165U
   February 9, 2010   BCA   924        Deactivation                            Honors Project                  v      May 25, 2010       KCC    BCA924
   February 9, 2010   BCA   928        Deactivation                         Independent Study                  v      May 25, 2010       KCC    BCA928
   February 9, 2010   CIS   111        Deactivation                        Business Applications             2.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG118U
   February 9, 2010   CIS   349        Deactivation          Database Management Using DB2-Mainframe         4.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG132U
   February 9, 2010   CIS   463        Deactivation                                 CICS                     4.00     May 24, 2010       KCC    DG134U
   February 9, 2010   CIS   483        Deactivation          Application Programming Projects-Mainframe      4.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG135U
   February 9, 2010   CSC   111        Deactivation                     Introduction to Computers            4.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG101T
   February 9, 2010   NET   146        Deactivation              Introduction to Local Area Networking       3.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG143U
   February 9, 2010   NET   177        Deactivation        Special Topics in Local Area Network Management   3.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG217U
   February 9, PM
11/9/201111:00 2010   NET   700        Deactivation                      Database Fundamentals               3.00     May 25, 2010       KCC    DG231U
  February 5, 2010   GRT   404        New                Introduction to Visual Communications              2.00    August 5, 2010    DMACC   GRT404
  February 5, 2010   BIO   135        New                         Introduction to Botany                    4.00    August 5, 2010    DMACC    BIO135
  February 5, 2010   PHS   200   Deactivation                        GIS Applications                       4.00                       IHCC   PHS200
  February 5, 2010   GIS   230        New                            GIS Applications                       4.00                       IHCC    GIS230
  February 5, 2010   PHS   199      Addition                        Map Interpretation                      3.00                       IHCC   PHS199
  February 5, 2010   GIS   130      Addition                         Remote Sensing                         3.00                       IHCC    GIS130
  February 5, 2010   PHS   191   Deactivation          Introduction to Global Positioning Systems           1.00                       IHCC   PHS191
  February 5, 2010   PHS   189   Deactivation                  Global Positioning Systems                   2.00                       IHCC   PHS189
  February 5, 2010   GIS   140        New                      Global Positioning Systems                   2.00                       IHCC    GIS140
  February 3, 2010   PHT   195        New       Basic Set and Prop Design, Construction, and Painting I     3.00                       ICCC    PHT195
  February 3, 2010   PHT   196        New       Basic Set and Prop Design, Construction, and Painting II    3.00                       ICCC    PHT196
  February 3, 2010   PHT   258        New                       Business of Photography                     2.00                       ICCC    PHT258
  February 3, 2010   PHT   250        New                       Marketing in Photography                    2.00                       ICCC    PHT250
  February 3, 2010   PHT   230        New                          Advanced Portraiture                     3.00                       ICCC    PHT230
  February 3, 2010   PHT   233        New                       Commercial Photography                      3.00                       ICCC    PHT233
  February 3, 2010   PHT   299        New                  Photography Portfolio Development                1.00                       ICCC    PHT299
  February 3, 2010   PHT   288        New                      Photography in Journalism                    3.00                       ICCC    PHT288
  February 3, 2010   PHT   185        New                             Photography II                        3.00                       ICCC    PHT185
  February 3, 2010   PHT   189        New                             Photography III                       3.00                       ICCC    PHT189
  February 3, 2010   PHT   192        New                             Photography IV                        3.00                       ICCC    PHT192
  February 3, 2010   ART   187      Addition                      Creative Photography                      3.00                       ICCC    ART187
  February 3, 2010   HUM   182        New            Digital Applications in Music, Art, and Theatre        3.00                       ICCC   HUM182
  February 3, 2010   FLS   118        New                 Spanish for Professionals: Hospitality            3.00                        KCC    FLS118
  February 3, 2010   HIT   949        New                             Special Topics                          v                        NICC    HIT949
  February 3, 2010   RAD   510      Addition                       Clinical Education IV                    6.00                       NICC   RAD510
  February 3, 2010   RAD   550      Addition                       Clinical Education V                     6.00                       NICC   RAD550
  February 3, 2010   HIT   421        New                  Legal Aspects of Health Information              3.00                       NICC    HIT421
  February 3, 2010   RAD   881        New             Diagnostic Medical Sonography Internship I           10.00                       NICC   RAD881
  February 3, 2010   RAD   882        New             Diagnostic Medical Sonography Internship II          10.00                       NICC   RAD882
  February 3, 2010   RAD   883        New             Diagnostic Medical Sonography Internship III          5.00                       NICC   RAD883
  February 3, 2010   EMS   440        New                         Role of the Paramedic                     6.00                      DMACC   EMS440
  February 3, 2010   EMS   441        New                     Medical/Ethical/Legal Issues                  6.00                      DMACC   EMS441
  February 3, 2010   EMS   442        New                    Principles of Patho0physiology                 6.00                      DMACC   EMS442
  February 3, 2010   EMS   443        New                          Patient Assessment                       6.00                      DMACC   EMS443
  February 3, 2010   EMS   444        New                                 Trauma                            6.00                      DMACC   EMS444
  February 3, 2010   EMS   445        New                         Medical Emergencies                       6.00                      DMACC   EMS445
  February 3, 2010   EMS   446        New                        Special Considerations                     6.00                      DMACC   EMS446
  February 3, 2010   EMS   447        New                               Operations                          4.00                      DMACC   EMS447
  January 28, 2010   PSY   295   Title Change        Co-Occurring Addictive and Mental Disorders            3.00                      WITCC    PSY295
  January 28, 2010   PSY   932   Title Change                            Internship                           v                       WITCC    PSY932
  January 28, 2010   SOC   932   Title Change                            Internship                           v                       WITCC   SOC932
  January 28, 2010   ARC   152        New                     Post Frame Structure Drafting                 5.00                      WITCC   ARC152
  January 28, 2010   ARC   151   Deactivation                 Post Frame Structure Drafting                 7.00                      WITCC   ADR2241
  January 28, 2010   GRA   243   Title Change                       Color for Creatives                     1.00                      WITCC   GRA243
  January 28, 2010   GRA   146   Title Change                          Photoshop II                         1.00                      WITCC   GRA146
  January 28, 2010   CIS   391   Title Change                      Animation for Games                      2.00                      WITCC    CIS391
  January 28, 2010   GRA   173      Addition                            Typography                          3.00                      WITCC   GRA173
  January 28, 2010   GRA   246        New                     Design Concepts and Trends                    3.00                      WITCC   GRA246
  January 28, 2010   BUS   934        New                         Capstone Experience                         v                       WITCC   BUS934
  January 28, 2010   BUS   930        New                           Career Readiness                          v                       WITCC   BUS930
  January 28, 2010   ARC   149        New                    Metal Building Systems Drafting                6.00                      WITCC   ARC149
  January 28, 2010   ARC   220        New                        Principles of Estimating                   4.00                      WITCC   ARC220
  January 19, 2010   MST   127        New                                Massage I                          5.00                       NICC   MST127
  January 19, 2010   MST   129        New                               Massage II                          3.00                       NICC   MST129
  January 19, 2010   MST   137        New                    Massage in Special Populations                 3.00                       NICC   MST137
  January 19, 2010   MST   162        New            Legal and Ethical Issues in Massage Practice           2.00                       NICC   MST162
  January 13, 2010   SOC   932        New                          Sociology Internship                       v                       WITCC   SOC932
  January 13, 2010   PSY   932        New                         Psychology Internship                       v                       WITCC    PSY932
   January 6, 2010   TDT   135        New                  Class B Commercial Driver Training               0.50                       IHCC    TDT135

   January 6, 2010   CIS   157      New                     Beginning iPhone Development                   3.00     May 25, 2010      NIACC   CIS157

   January 6, 2010   EGT   460     Addition            PLTW-Civil Engineering and Architecture             3.00    January 10, 2010   NIACC   EGT460

   January 6, 2010   SDV   810      New                          Experiential Learning                       v                         NCC    SDV810




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                                                  Description




  Provides an overview of GPA and GIS technology, its uses on modern U.S. crop frarms and how this technology
                                 impacts management decisions and activities.




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  This course provides a review and analysis of the many facets of the Automotive Industry. To include established
  diagnostic procedures and routines, environmental concerns affecting the automotive industry; proper utilization of
   speciality tools, precision measuring tools, and shop equipment; utilization of service and shop manuals, and shop
    safety. This course will concentrate on reviewing the service areas in the automotive technology filed to include
                                       operation in a simulated shop environment.

  This course provides refresher ground and flight training to a holder of a valid pilot certificate for single-engine land
airplaces to meet FAA recent experience requirements to act safely as pilot-in-command in single-engine land airplanes.
       Relevant procedures and maneuvers will be reviewed and practiced at the discretion of the flight instructor.

Studies the identification and use of a set of annual, herbaceous perennial, and woody ornamental shrubs and trees that
    are currently used in landscape horticulture in the Midwest. Includes the identification of plants using botanical
   nomenclature, the specific cultural requirements of each plant and how the plant can be used in landscape design.

This course advances the ideas and techniques taught in Digital imaging I with an emphasis on Adobe Photoshop CS5
  3D tools, and exporting images for use in Adobe After Effects and Flash multimedia projects. Students will also
   explore advanced techniques in the use of curves, levels, blending modes, special effects, as well as painting and
             drawing tools. Students will be challenged as a designer working with real world projects.

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   The standard curriculum of the Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) was developed by the Emergency Nurses
   Association (ENA) to provide the learner with the necessary knowledge to function effectively in a written and
                    psychomotor evaluation of trauma nursing skills for emergency resuscitation.



  Design Technology internship provides work experience related to the student’s Design training. This course allows
the student to integrate theory with practice in the student’s area of specialization. Work experience hours are arranged
Design Communication teaches techniques to communicate the design ideas to stake holders. It covers reporting to the
    client via different graphic methods and perspectives. Students generate presentations, animations and assembly
                                  demonstrations. Students prepare data for production

Design Problems offers student the opportunity to use their creativity in designing a specific product from scratch. The
 process will start with a basic concept as a solution to a problem and progresses through an analytical state involving
   calculations and layout drawings. The project will include final assembly and detail drawing, and a bill of materials
Advanced CAD NX® explores areas of three-dimensional constructions and related features of the Unigraphics CAD
  system. Participants will construct 3-D models and perform model editing, use a 3-D coordinate system, create and
apply surface techniques, and create 2-D drawings based on 3-D models. Students will also learn to transition data to
                                          others within the manufacturing process
  Students study the selection, analysis, fatigue and synthesis of machine components. Students explore strength and
fatigue considerations for shaft design, threaded fasteners, lubrication and bearings, springs, and fundamentals of gear
                                   analysis, including forces, stresses and terminology
    Principles of Design emphasizes further development of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing techniques and
    applying tolerances for functionality and manufacturability. Students use Solid Edge® to create solid models and
                  produce parts, detail and assemblies drawings suitable for manufacturing production

  CAD 3D-NX introduces basic (Unigraphics Solutions) NX® parametric based solid modeling techniques. Exercises
    include creating and editing solid models using primitive features, form features and sketches. Introduces master
       modeling technique of drawing creation and editing; file management in a team environment is emphasized
        CAD I provides instruction in entry-level CAD (computer-aided design) skills. Students learn 2D and 3D
    representation of objects, and national and international standards for documentation. Students will use Siemen’s
                software and teamwork to create drawings. Parametric solid modeling will be introduced
     This course introduces the analysis and design of basic structural members (bar, beams, shafts, connectors, and
  columns) under various loads to determine stress, strain, load limits, required size and deflection. The course covers
selection of appropriate materials for a particular design. Students use standard analytic and computer based techniques
                                 of solving problems related to force and moments. (2/2)

Electric Power and Electronics provides students with basic electrical fundamentals including; electrical safety, wiring,
    3-phase service, controls, and motors for industrial applications. Planning building electrical systems will also be
introduced including electronics to sense, monitor, and control mechanical processes. Students will learn fundamentals
                    of semiconductors, digital logic circuits and reading of electrical diagrams. (3/2)
Manufacturing Processes is a study of selected materials and related processes used in manufacturing. Emphasis will be
on material and process selection for optimum design based on quality, strength, and economic evaluations. Laboratory
                                experiments, demonstrations, and field trips will be used.
 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing provides fundamentals of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T)
     per the ASME Y14.5M—2009 standard. The development of the technical knowledge and skills required for
application and interpretation of GD&T is the focus of the course. Design requirements for functional gages and other
                             methods used to verify GD&T specifications are also presented

 Design Statics presents an elementary, analytical and practical approach to the principles and physical concepts of the
   study of forces and their effects on machines. The course uses problem solving related to fundamental industrial
technology systems. Students will learn basic laws of energy, force, and mass applied to technology systems including:
         mechanical power transmission; equipment calibration; heating, ventilation and air conditioning. (3/0)
                                             Corequisite: Introduction to PLM
      Transition to college engages students in developing the essential skills for a successful college experience.
     This course introduces the basics of animal identification, husbandry, behavior, safety and healthcare. Career
  opportunities in animal-related fields are explored. The student will also complete the American Red Cross Animal
                                              First Aid and CPR certification.
 Provides knowledge and skills for professional preparation in health care. Introduces concepts related to roles in the
health care environment. Focuses on safe practice and concepts including nursing roles and process, health promotion,
                                             and legal and ethical implications.

This course will provide the participant with the knowledge necessary to instruct the American Heart Association Basic
  Life Support classes. It is designed to reinforce and expand BLS/AED/First Aid knowledge and skills, demonstrate
teaching techniques, class formats and cover record requirements and proper care of training manikins. The participant
     will learn the professional foundations, classroom management, instructional methods and strategies, planning,
  preparation, assessment and evaluation of teaching an American Heart Association (AHA) class. This program will
  provide the participant with the knowledge necessary to instruct the American Heart Association Basic Life Support
    and Heartsaver First Aid class. It is designed to reinforce and expand BLS/AED/First Aid knowledge and skills,
 demonstrate teaching techniques, class formats and cover record requirements and proper care of training maninkins.




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 This is a 35 week program that includes theory, practical lab, clinical, and field intership. It consists of 7 modules of
    instruction; preparatory, airway, patient assessment, trauma, medical, special considerations, assessment based
  management, medication administration, vascular access, and cardiac rhythm interpretation. The student will also
  complete a competency based clinical and field rotation during the program. This course is based on the National
     Emergency Medical Services Education Standards & Instruction Guideliness which is the National Standard
Curriculum for EMS Education which is the foundation of knowledge and skills of the Advanced Emergency Medical
Technician. Upon successful completion of the program, the student is eligible for the National Registry of Advanced
   Emergency Medical Technician practical and writeen examinations. Upon successful completion of the National
           Registry examinations, the student will also recieve a State of Iowa Advanced EMT certification.
  The Emegency Medical Technician Basic Course is a 16 week program that includes theory, practical lab, clinical
 practice and field internship. It consists of 8 modules of instruction, airway management, patient assessment, medial
emergencies, trauma, infants and children and ambulance operations. The course is based on the National Emergency
 Medical Services Education Standards & Instruction Guidelines which is the National Standard Curriculum for EMS
education which is the foundation of knowledge and skills of the Emergency Medical Technician. Thie course include
  recognition and stabilization of pediatric & adult medical traumatic diseases and injuries, agitated delirium, sickle,
     terminally ill, developmental disabilities, etc. Also included in this program is the AHA Pediatric Emergency
Assessment Recognition & Stabilization certification course. Other skills taught in the EMT program include using the
 Automated External Defibrillator, hand held nebulizer, as well as some medications. Upon successful completion of
the program, the student may sit for the National Registry EMT Examination to obtain a National EMT license, and a
                                              State of Iowa EMT certification.




     Bridging into the Associate Degree Nursing Program facilitates the changing role from a practical nurse into a
registered nurse. Concepts of caring, human needs and the nursing process will be discussed. APA format, role of the
  RN, test taking strategies, stress, time management, and intravenous and nasogastric skills the RN is responsible for
   will be taught. Concepts of critical thinking and evidence based practice will be integrated throughout the course.
     This course will introduce the student into diesel theory, fuel systems, air management and engine controls for
                                          passenger vehicles and light duty trucks.
   This course introduces basic information relating to the indentification of parasites, urine collection, exmination of
 blood samples, indentification of veterinary pathogens, and chemical constituents of body fluids. Through lecture and
                     lab format students use hands-on activities to integrate theory with application.
   This course introduces selected phases of veterinary surgical nursing, application of sterile techniques, and surgical
     equipment. Topics include pre-anesthetic considerations, general anesthetic agents, anesthesia monitoring and
                                               diagnostic imaging techniques.
This course introduces animal anatomic landmarks, terminology and the function of body systems. Comparisons of the
structure and function of various animals will be conducted. Veterinarian procedures are discussed and the role of the
                                             veterinary's assistant is explored.
  This course reviews the basic concepts of veterinary anatomy and physiology in relation to medicine administration.
   Students are familiarized with veterinary drugs, their modes of administration and specific function in animal body
                                                          systems.

 This course provides hands-on opportunities for students to practice what they learned in lectures in other veterinary
    classes. The hands-on practical lab projects may include but are not limited to collecting blood, urine and fecal
samples, microscopic skills, bandaging/wound management, animal restraint methods, medicine administration, parasite
 diagnosis, instrument preparation, and anesthesia application. The lab project involve both individual and team work.
    This course introduces small and large animal care and management. Students study the history, characteristics,
              housing, equipment, handling, reproduction, diseases and ailments of small and large animals.

   This course introduces students to veterinary pratices, facilities and administrative duties. The course integrates
      applied human relations, accounting and business procedures that are relevant to the veterinary profession.
  This course is a continuation of substations with an emphasis on diagnostic troubleshooting and repair for various
                                                      scenarious.
This course consists of actual hands-on experience in an out-of-doors college laboratory. This experience parallels the
 basics learned in an apprentice program. The course will cover substation planning, construction and operation and
                                                     maintenance.

This course covers the construction, purpose, uses and calculations for distribution transformers. The course will also
study the installation of single and/or three=phase banking practices that are used in the private and public sector of the
 electric utility industry. Autotransformers used in the transmission and distribution of small and large blocks of power
    will also be studied. Reclosures, circuit breakers and protective devices such as fuses, lightining arrests, cut-outs,
     sectionalizers and the related equipment will also be covered. capacitors and regulators will be discussed as to
                                       controlling voltage loss and the power factor.
   Information on how resource data is collected and analyzed for use in the substation will be covered in this course.
  Communication systems will also be covered in programming and minitoring substations. Automation processes will
be cover that relate to the "smart grid" technology. Diagnostics and troubleshooting by use of current technology will
                                                      also be covered.
  This course is designed to give a broad understanding of simple relays that are used in the protection of high voltage
      lines and substations. Emphasis is on understanding design, construction and application, performing testing,
      calibrating, cleaning and adjusting relays. The course will also cover metering principles, meter construction,
component parts and installation and testing of electric watt-hour meters. The course will also cover meter test bench,
                                           test standards and an electric counter.

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    This course presents logic circuits as building blocks