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                                                                                              Table Of Contents
Phone Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3                 Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           33
Hours of Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3                   Geology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       33
Calendar / Important Dates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4                           Health Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                33
Campus Map (Pasco) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5                      Health Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             34
Campus Map (Richland / Chase Centre) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6                                        High School Equivalency Program (HEP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                       35
Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7                        History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     35
Financial Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8                     Human Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               35
Refund / Withdrawal Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9                                 Industrial Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                36
Grading System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10                  Intercultural Studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                36
Social Security Number Disclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10                                   Japanese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        36
Emergency Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10                          Literature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      36
Records and Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10                         Machine Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    36
Gold Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10           Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           37
Web Registration & Web Tuition Payment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11                                            Medical Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               40
Web Registration Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12                                Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   40
Degree Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13                  Non Destructive Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     41
Small Business Development Center (SBDC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14                                                Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     41
Intramurals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14             Nursing Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               42
Finals Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15                 Nutrition & Food Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                      42
Worker Retraining. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15                    Paralegal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       42
CAMP Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15                    Paramedic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         43
                                                                                                                       Parent Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               43
Credit Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                                                              Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          43
Administrative Office Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                16   Phlebotomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            43
Adult Basic Education (ABE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           17   Physical Education Professional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            44
Anthropology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               17   Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                44
Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   18   Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     45
Astronomy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            20   Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           46
Autobody Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        20   Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          46
Automotive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            20   Radiologic Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     46
Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       20   Reading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       47
Business Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       21   Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       48
Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           23   Russian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     48
Chinese. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        24   Seniors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     48
Computer Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        24   Social Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           48
Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    25   Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       49
Criminal Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              27   Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     49
Dental Hygiene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                28   Speech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      49
Early Childhood Education (ECE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               29   Theatre Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          50
Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           29   Vocational ESL (VESL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   51
Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          29   Welding Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    51
Emergency Medical Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                30
Emergency Medical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     30   Apprenticeship Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
English As A Foreign Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               30   Community Education Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Engineering Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                          30
English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       31
                                                                                                                       Distance Learning Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
English As A Second Language (ESL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                    32   Fast Track Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Environmental Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       32   Weekend Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Fire Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          33   Workshop Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      33   WorkSource Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
General Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     33


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                                                                 Phone Directory / Hours of Operation
Columbia Basin College .................. (509) 547-0511 ...........7:30am - 4:30pm, Monday – Friday
* Admissions/Registration ...........................................ext. 2241, 2799 ................ 7:30am - 6:00pm, Monday – Tuesday
                                                                                                                               7:30am - 4:30pm, Wednesday - Thursday
                                                                                                                               7:30am - noon, Friday
  Transcripts ......................................................................ext. 2243
* Assessment Center......................................................ext. 2370
  Athletics ..........................................................................ext. 2369
  Bookstore .......................................................................ext. 2293 ............................ 7:30am - 7:00pm, Monday – Thursday; 7:30am - 1:00pm, Friday
  Cafeteria ..........................................................................ext. 2226 ............................ 7:00am - 2:00pm, Monday – Friday
  Cashier .............................................................................ext. 2419 or (509) 546-0419
  Campus Security ............................................ext. 2219
      After hours cell phone .............................(509) 521-4599
* Career and Employment Services Center ...........ext. 2275
      Career/Transfer Center........................................ext. 2633
      Employment Security..........................................ext. 2718
      WorkFirst ..................................................................ext. 2719
      Worker Retraining ................................................ext. 2446
  Chase Centre .................................................................ext. 3100 or 3113
* Counseling/Student Development.......................ext. 2305 or 2300
  The Resource Center ..................................................ext. 2325
      TTY .............................................................................(509) 546-0400
  Esvelt Gallery .................................................................ext. 2374 or 2331
* Financial Aid ..................................................................ext. 2304
      Veterans’ Services .................................................ext. 2579
  Fitness Center ...............................................................ext. 2258 ............................ 6:00am - 7:00pm, Monday – Thursday; 6:00am - 5:00pm, Friday
                                                                                                                               8:00am - noon, Saturday; closed Sunday
  Intramural/Wellness Program .................................ext. 2228 or 2522
  KIOSK hours of operation ........................................................................................ 8:00am - 8:00pm, Monday – Sunday
  Library ..............................................................................ext. 2287 ............................ 7:30am - 9:00pm, Monday – Thursday; 7:30am - 5:00pm, Friday
                                                                                                                               9:00am - 5:00pm, Saturday
  Minority Business Counselor ...................................ext. 2430
  Outreach Office ............................................................ext. 2521 or 2530
  President’s Office .........................................................ext. 2202
  Student Employment .................................................ext. 2275
  Student Programs .......................................................ext. 2223
      ASCBC Executive Council ...................................ext. 2392
      Program Board.......................................................ext. 2236
      Student Activities .................................................ext. 2223
* Student Support Services.........................................ext. 2713
  Switchboard ..................................................................ext. 0.................................... 7:00am - 7:15pm, Monday – Thursday; 7:00am - 4:30pm, Friday
* Tutoring Center ............................................................ext. 2676 ............................ 8:30am - 2:00pm, Monday & Thursday
                                                                                                                               8:30am - 7:30pm, Tuesday & Wednesday

Small Business Development Center ........................ext. 3137

                              * Please call for hours of operation.
                                                                                                                                    Community College District #19 provides equal opportunity in education and employment and does
                                                                                                                                    not discriminate upon the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in accordance with Title
                                                                                                                                    VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of
          Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in all college sponsored events and programs. If you          the Rehabilitation Act of 1974.
          have a disability and require an accommodation, please contact the CBC Resource Center, (509) 547-0511,
          ext. 2252, or TTY/TDD at (509) 546-0400. This notice is available in alternative media by request.                        Class schedules for Columbia Basin College are published quarterly by CBC. Every effort is made to provide
Columbia Basin College complies with the spirit and letter of state and federal laws, regulations and executive orders              accurate information. Policies, class and fee information contained herein, however, may have changed
pertaining to civil rights, equal opportunity and affirmative action. CBC does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color,
national origin, religion, age, marital status, physical, mental or sensory disability, sexual orientation or Vietnam veteran       subsequent to the time of publication. Students are therefore advised to consult with the counseling
status in its educational programs or employment. Questions may be referred to Camilla Glatt, Vice President for Human
                                                                                                                                    office or with the appropriate college division for any possible corrections or revisions.
Resources & Legal Affairs, (509) 547-0511, ext. 2348.

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                                                Calendar / Important Dates
            SEPTEMBER 2007                                      May 21             Registration - This is the first day for currently registered Spring students
    S      M      T      W    Th    F     S                                        to begin registration for Fall quarter. Registration priority is based on total
                                                                                   earned credits.
                                          1                                        (State and college employees, seniors, and those registering for ESL, ABE and PED classes cannot
                                                                                   register by WEB Registration)
    2      3      4      5    6     7     8
                                                                June 4             Not currently enrolled student advising/registration
    9     10     11      12   13   14    15
16        17     18      19   20   21    22                     August 14          Call-in tuition due by 2:30 p.m.

23        24     25      26   27   28    29          !$         August 16          Web E-check and walk-in tuition due by 2:30 p.m.
                                                                                   (If you register after tuition due date, tuition is due at time of registration.)

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                                                                September 3        HOLIDAY

               OCTOBER 2007                                     September 4        FYI Workshop begins
    S      M      T      W    Th    F     S
                                                                September 10       Open advising/registration
           1      2      3    4     5     6
    7      8      9      10   11   12    13                     September 17       First day of Fall Quarter

14        15     16      17   18   19    20                     September 19       LAST day to ADD a class
21        22     23      24   25   26    27
                                                       !                           by Web and without instructor’s signature.

28        29     30      31                                     September 21       LAST day to ADD a class with instructor’s signature.
                                                     !$                            LAST day to receive 100% REFUND *(except Title IV recipients).
            NOVEMBER 2007
    S      M      T      W    Th    F     S           !         September 28       LAST day to change from AUDIT to CREDIT (10th day).

                              1     2     3           $         October 8          LAST day to receive 50% REFUND *(except Title IV recipients).

    4      5      6      7    8     9    10                     November 9         LAST day to change from CREDIT to AUDIT (40th day).
11        12     13      14   15   16    17
                                                      !                            LAST day to WITHDRAW without receiving “0.0” grade *(40th day).

18        19     20      21   22   23    24                     November 12        HOLIDAY (No evening classes)

25        26     27      28   29   30                           November 21-23     THANKSGIVING BREAK (No classes)

             DECEMBER 2007                                      November 22, 23    HOLIDAY (College closed)
    S      M      T      W    Th    F     S
                                                                December 5, 6, 7   FINALS
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                                                                December 7         Last day of Fall Quarter
    2      3      4      5    6     7     8
    9     10     11      12   13   14    15                     December 13        KIOSK grades available

16        17     18      19   20   21    22                     January 2, 2008    Winter Quarter classes begin
23        24     25      26   27   28    29                     * See REFUND and WITHDRAWAL procedures on Page 9.
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               JANUARY 2008
    S      M      T      W    Th    F     S
                                                                                               New Student
                  1      2    3     4     5
                                                                                           Advising Registration
    6      7      8      9    10   11    12                                        ✔ Required for priority advising and registration!
13        14     15      16   17   18    19                                        ✔ Plan ahead! Get the RIGHT information!
                                                                                   ✔ Call CBC 547-0511 ext. 2305 or ext. 2300!
20        21     22      23   24   25    26
27        28     29      30   31

                              Beginning & End                            Non-Instructional Day/
X       State Holidays
                              of quarter
                                                    Inservice
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                             Columbia Basin College Parking Regulations
                            1.   Student parking is identified by WHITE striped lines on all
                                 paved parking lots. Parked vehicles must be completely
                                 within the white lines, no parking in paved lots except within
                                 the white lines. Violators will be ticketed.
                            2.   Vehicles may not be over the white lines of parking space at
                                 any point.
                            3.   Vehicles must be parked head in only. NO BACKED IN
                                 PARKING PERMITTED.
                            4.   No vehicle may be parked outside of designated parking
                                 lots. NO PARKING ON STREETS.
                            5.   Paved parking spaces with YELLOW STRIPING are reserved
                                 for faculty and staff only. No student or visitor parking
                                 permitted at any time.
                            6.   Visitor parking south of the Administration Bldg. is reserved
                                 for temporary guests to conduct business. No student
                                 parking permitted at any time.
                            7.   Handicap parking reserved for Washington State Certified
                                 Handicapped individuals only. Violators will be fined $50.
                            8.   Washington State Certified Vehicles may use handicap space
                                 only when handicapped passenger is present at time vehicle
                                 is parked.
                            9.   Parking behind the Vocational Bldg. is limited to those
                                 vehicles currently being worked on by shop students. No
                                 other parking permitted.
                           10.   15-minute parking only in administration building “loop”
                                 (south side of Administration building).
                           11.   15-minute parking only for vendors in north administration
                                 parking lot.

                            WARNING:
                            Failure to pay any parking citation will result in grades
                            and transcripts being withheld and registration for the
                            following quarter denied until payment has been made.
                                         For more information, contact
                                       CBC Security, 547-0511, ext. 2219.

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                                               Registration Information
    Students planning to pursue a degree or certificate program must
    complete the following steps to formalize their admission to CBC.

1       Admissions
        Students who are NOT currently enrolled should contact
the Admissions staff for assistance in enrolling in the college. Some
                                                                        If you have a diagnosed disability, please contact The Resource
                                                                        Center for special accommodations at 547-0511, ext. 2252, or
                                                                        TTY (509) 546-0400.
                                                                        The final step in admission/advising/registration procedures is
of the college programs have specific entrance requirements.
                                                                        payment of tuition and fees (See page 8).
A $26 nonrefundable application fee must be submitted with all
new applications. Students returning after an absence of more
than one year will be charged the $26 application fee. For admis-
sions help call 547-0511, extension 2241 or 2799.
                                                                        6       Residency Requirements
                                                                                 A resident student is one who is a U.S. citizen and has
                                                                        met specific requirements to demonstrate permanent residence


2       Reciprocity Agreement
         Washington community and technical colleges (CTCs)
offer reciprocity to students transferring within the CTC system
                                                                        in the state of Washington.* Permanent residence in the state of
                                                                        Washington is evidenced by physical presence in the state as well
                                                                        as having a sufficient number of permanent Washington docu-
                                                                        ments. Documentation should be dated one year and one day
who are pursuing the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) degree or          prior to the commencement of the quarter for which a student
the Associate in Science – Transfer (AS-T) degree. Students who         is applying for residency status.
completed an individual course that met distribution degree
requirements or fulfilled entire areas of their degree require-         These documents can include:
ments at one college will be considered to have met those same          ❖ Voter’s Registration
requirements if they plan to complete the same degree when they
transfer to another community or technical college in Washing-          ❖ Washington State Driver’s License
ton. These degree requirements include communication skills,            ❖ Car Registration
quantitative skills, or distribution requirements or either the DTA     ❖ Bank Accounts
or AS-T degree at Columbia Basin College. Students must initiate
the review process and must be prepared to provide necessary            ❖ Federal Tax Return (required)
documentation to both the sending and receiving institution. Stu-       Students wishing to change their residency classification must
dents will be required to fulfill a minimum of 30 credits of degree     complete a residency questionnaire and provide necessary docu-
applicable course work at Columbia Basin College and must be            mentation. Application for reclassification prior to registration
continuously enrolled, as defined under the Catalog Option Policy       into classes is preferred. Application for a change in classification
in the current CBC catalog. For procedural information, contact         will be accepted up to the 30th calendar day from the start of
the Admissions and Registration department at Columbia Basin            the quarter. Applications made after the 30th day are reviewed
College or refer to the Reciprocity Policy and Procedure.               for the next quarter. The burden of proof that a student, parent,


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                                                                        or legally appointed guardian has established a domicile in the
        Assessment/Testing                                              state of Washington primarily for purposes other than education
        Students who have not yet successfully completed a col-         lies with the student.
lege level English composition or math course will be required
                                                                        *Special regulations may apply to some eligible non-citizens,
to complete the ASSET/COMPASS prior to enrolling in an English
                                                                        Washington higher education employees, and to military person-
or math course.
                                                                        nel and their dependents stationed in the state of Washington.

4       Advising
        Advising is the process in which a student, with the assis-
                                                                        For further information, contact the Admissions/Registration
                                                                        Services department (509) 547-0511, ext. 2300.
tance of an academic advisor/counselor, selects courses accord-
ing to his or her educational goals. Therefore, all new students
seeking a degree or certificate must meet with an academic
advisor/counselor prior to registration.
                                                                        7       FYI-First Year Introduction
                                                                                  Register for the mandatory 12-hour transition workshop
                                                                        for all new degree or certificate seeking students (including Run-
                                                                        ning Start). Students must complete FYI prior to registering for

5       Registration
        Registration is the process following advising and course
selection. Students may register using Web registration at http://
                                                                        their second quarter classes. Call 547-0511, ext. 2532.



www.columbiabasin.edu/student (see page 11) or by complet-
ing a registration form at the Admissions/Registration office on
the Pasco campus.


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                                                                                                  Financial Information

8             Payment
              See Calendar on page 4 for payment schedule.
Checks returned because of stop payment or insufficient funds will be charged
    the current service fee and will result in further collection processes.
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                                                                                                                  Student Financial Services
                                                                                                                                   If you have not yet completed the Free Application for
                                                                                                                         Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you should do so immediately. Ap-
                                                                                                                         plicants must have all requested information submitted to the
                                                                                                                         Student Financial Services Office no latter than April 10, 2007*, in
                                     TUITION AND FEES:                                                                   order to determine financial aid eligibility for Fall Quarter 2007.
                                  2007-2008 Academic Year                                                                Applications received after the April 10* deadline will be reviewed
     The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges will set Tuition                                               to determine eligibility in the order received. All late applicants
     and Fee rates for the 2007-2008 academic year once the budget is passed
     by the State Legislature. The new rates will be published on CBC’s Website                                          should be prepared to pay for tuition, fees and books should
     at www.columbiabasin.edu as soon as they are available.                                                             eligibility not be determined by appropriate due dates. The FAFSA
                                                                                       US                    S.E. Asia   application is available at the Student Financial Services Office
                                                 Resident
                                                                                     Non-Res                 Veteran     in the Student Services Center on the Pasco campus, or on the
   Per Credit Charges:                                                                                                   Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
     State Tuition Operating Fee                     59.55                               79.55               218.05
      State Tuition Building Fee                      7.30                               20.50                20.50      Once you have applied for financial aid, you may check your
         Student Activity Fee                         6.25                                6.25                 6.25      status by accessing the Web at www.columbiabasin.edu. Go to
         CBC Technology Fee                           3.00                                3.00                 3.00
                                                                                                                         the KIOSK link, then to Financial Aid Inquiry. You will need your
       CBC Comprehensive Fee                          1.55                                1.55                 1.55
         Total Per Each Credit
                                                                                                                         Student ID Number and your Pin Number (your birth date). For
                                                     77.65                               110.85              249.35
   Per Credit Charges:
                                                                                                                         additional information, call 547-0511, ext. 2304.
       ASB Auditorium/HUB Fee                        17.50                               17.50                17.50       *Applications will still be accepted after this date. However the eligibility may not
   Total Charges Per Credit:
                                                                                                                          be determined in enough time to pay tuition and fees prior to the quarter begin-
                   1                               95.15                              128.35                 266.85       ning. If an applicant is eligible for aid the award will be made retroactive.
                   2                              172.80                              239.20                 516.20
                   3                              250.45                              350.05                 765.55
                   4                              328.10                              460.90                1014.90                           Fall Quarter Tuition Due Dates
                   5                              405.75                              571.75                1264.25
                   6                              483.40                              682.60                1513.60                               Call in August 14th $25 fee.
                   7                              561.05                              793.45                1762.95
                   8                              638.70                              904.30                2012.30
                                                                                                                                                   Walkin/Web August 16th
                   9                              716.35                             1015.15                2261.65
                   10                             794.00                             1126.00                2511.00
                                                                                                                                        PAY ON TIME TO AVOID LATE FEES!
                   11                             818.95                             1150.95                2539.75
                   12                             843.90                             1175.90                2568.50
                   13                             868.85                             1200.85                2597.25
                   14                             893.80                             1225.80                2626.00
                   15                             918.75                             1250.75                2654.75
                   16                             942.15                             1274.15                2681.95
                   17                             965.55                             1297.55                2709.15
                   18                             988.98                             1320.95                2736.35           Students are encouraged to pay tuition & fees
          Per Credit Over 18                         66.85                               100.05              238.55                       at time of registration.
                                                                                                                                 Please see calendar for tuition due dates.
The above schedule of tuition and fees includes comprehensive and technology fees as well as
special fees levied by the Associated Student Body of Columbia Basin College. Special course and/or
                                                                                                                                Past due accounts will be sent to collection.
laboratory fees may apply to certain courses and will result in additional charges. See course materials.

Special Tuition Rates:
                                                                                                                                            STEPP: Student Tuition Easy Pay Plan
   Course Challenge . . . . . . . . .            .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   $15.00 per credit
   Preschool Co-ops/Parent Education             .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   $11.00 per credit           A payment plan is offered for students who want to spread their tuition into
   High School Completion-Resident .             .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   $11.00 per credit           3 monthly installments (2 for summer). The first payment is always due on
   Industrial First Aid (1 credit) . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   $66.85
                                                                                                                          tuition due date or at the time of registration (whichever is later). There is a
   Journeyman (up to 2 credits) . . .            .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   $66.85 per credit
                                                                                                                          quarterly enrollment fee of $20 to participate in STEPP. See the cashier for
   ESL (English as a Second Language)            .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   $25.00 per quarter
                                                                                                                          more information and to enroll in the plan.
   ABE (Adult Basic Education) . . . .           .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   $25.00 per quarter
   GED Preparation . . . . . . . . .             .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    .   $25.00 per quarter
*The above tuition charges do not include college or special fees which may apply.
**Students enrolled in 10 or more regular credits will not be charged additional tuition for Parent Education.

Special Fees:                                                                                                                 Have you registered for FYI?
   Gen’l Ed Development Test (GED) . . . . . . .
   Placement Tests/Proctored Exams . . . . . . .
                                                                         .
                                                                         .
                                                                             .
                                                                             .
                                                                                 .
                                                                                 .
                                                                                     .
                                                                                     .
                                                                                          .
                                                                                          .
                                                                                              $75.00 (retake $15)
                                                                                              $20.00-$25.00
                                                                                                                                           First Year Introduction
   Nursing Test (TEAS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       .   .   .   .    .   $40.00                      Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new Running
   Malpractice Insurance (Healthcare Programs) .                         .   .   .   .    .   $19.00-$30.00                 Start and new degree and certificate seeking students.
   Distance Learning Fee. . . . . . . . . . . . .                        .   .   .   .    .   $31.75 per class
                                                                                                                                   For more information contact the Office of
   Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials) .                      .   .   .   .    .   $10.50-$32.00 per lab
   Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials) .                      .   .   .   .    .   $5.00-$15.00 per credit
                                                                                                                             Student Success and Retention at 547-0511, ext. 2532.
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                                        Refund / Withdrawal Information
                           Refunds                                     Withdrawal Policy
    (Please see Administrative Policy Manual for full text of policy.)
                                                                        And Procedures
CBC will refund tuition and refundable fees if official withdrawal                             Withdrawal from a course must be initiated by the student by
from college or course(s) occurs within the specified time frame                               using Web Registration, submitting a Schedule Change form to
listed below. Certain fees are non-refundable or refundable only                               the registration office or meeting with a counselor before the
if withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of instruction. The “first                         deadlines published in the quarterly class schedule. Students
day of instruction” is defined as the first day of scheduled classes                           are encouraged to meet with their counselor or advisor and
for the quarter. “Instruction days” are Monday through Friday.                                 instructor prior to withdrawing from a class or from college. The
“Calendar days” are all days including weekend days and holidays.                              counselor or advisor will review with the student the implications
If a deadline for refund falls on a weekend day or a holiday on                                of withdrawing and other possible options.
which the college is closed, the deadline will be the next weekday                             Any student receiving financial aid is advised to speak with Finan-
that the college is open for business.                                                         cial Services staff prior to withdrawing from a class, as there may
                                                                                               be a negative impact on a student’s ability to receive financial aid
REFUND EXCEPTIONS:                                                                             in the future and the student may owe a return of funds.
1. Non-Refundable Fees
      The application fee is non-refundable. The auditorium fee, per-credit                    The institution sets final withdrawal deadlines based upon 75
      comprehensive fee, and lab fees are not refundable unless withdrawal                     percent of the scheduled class meetings. A student may with-
      occurs prior to the first day of instruction.                                            draw from a full-term course with no record on the transcript if
2. Small Balance Refund Amount                                                                 the withdrawal has been processed before the 11th day of the
      No refund checks will be processed for credit balances that are less than
                                                                                               quarter. A student withdrawing from a full-term course after the
      $25. These refunds may be applied to future CBC charges or redeemed in
      cash from the Cashier’s Office (cash balances permitting).                               10th day but before the 41st day of the quarter shall have a “W”
3. Special Courses                                                                             recorded on their transcript. For summer quarter and all alterna-
      The refund policy may not apply to contract classes, continuing education                tive class schedules (i.e. fast track courses), call the registration
      classes, workshops or other courses on special schedules.                                office for withdrawal deadlines.
4. Title IV Federal Financial Assistance                                                       Types of withdrawals:
      Students receiving Title IV federal financial assistance should refer to
      Financial Services for adding, dropping and withdrawal policies. Federal                 ❖ Student withdrawal: initiated by the student. A Petition for
      regulations supercede CBC’s refund policy.                                               Exception may be submitted by the student requesting an official
                                                                                               withdrawal after withdrawal deadlines. The petition must be sub-
Warning: Withdrawal may result in the student owing amounts                                    mitted to the Admissions and Registration office. Circumstances
to the Title IV program AND to CBC. Consult the Financial Services                             for the request need to be documented. If approved, a “W” will
Office AND the Cashier’s Office before withdrawing.                                            be recorded on the transcript.
                                                                                               ❖ Administrative withdrawal: initiated by the instructor. Withdrawal
                                                                                               may be the result of excessive absences or, if in the instructor’s
                                                                                               opinion, further participation in the class will be of little value to
                                                                                               the student and/or detrimental to the best interest of the class.
                                  CBC will refund tuition & refundable fees
     REFUNDS                           if official withdrawal occurs:
                                up to 100% REFUND                up to 50% REFUND
     FULL SESSIONS                  (On or Before)                  (On or Before)

                                                               6th day of the quarter and
       Fall, Winter, Spring       5th day of the quarter
                                                               within first 20 calendar days

                                                               4th day of the quarter and
            Summer                3rd day of the quarter
                                                               within first 15 calendar days

                                up to 100% REFUND                up to 50% REFUND
      Mini-Sessions                 (On or Before)                  (On or Before)

                                                                3rd day of the session and
      Half-quarter courses        2nd day of the session
                                                               within first 10 calendar days

                                                               3rd day of the session and
       Four-week courses          2nd day of the session
                                                               within first 7 calendar days

                                                               2nd day of the session and
      Three-week courses          1st day of the session
                                                               within first 5 calendar days


       Two-week courses           1st day of the session        2nd or 3rd day of session


    One-week or less courses   Before 1st day of the session    On 1st day of the session


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                                                            Miscellaneous Information
                             Grading System                                                                        Records and Transcripts
Columbia Basin College uses the decimal grading system. Quarter grades                     Student Access to Educational Records
will be posted as numbers, (e.g. 3.3 rather than traditional letter grades of A,           The college may release certain student directory information without student
B, C, D, and F.) A “Y” grade indicates no grade was reported. A “Z” grade will             consent. Such information may include student name, address, date of birth,
be awarded rather than a “0.0” grade for students who do not meet mini-                    major field of study, quarter of attendance, degrees and awards received, previ-
mum course requirements in buy-time options, clinicals, cooperative work                   ously attended educational institutions, participation in activities and sports
educational programs, practicums, workshops and courses numbered 99                        and weight and height of members of athletic teams. The college provides to
and below (except MTH 91, 95 & ENG 99). The decimal grading scale and the                  military recruiters the additional information of the student’s home telephone
letter grade equivalents are as follows.                                                   listing. Students who do not want their directory information released without
                    Decimal                          Letter                                their consent must file a Non-disclosure Request to Admissions and Registration
                    Grades                           Grade                                 department. The request will be honored for one year. Students must renew
                    4.0 - 3.8                           A                                  their requests annually.
                    3.7 - 3.5                           A-
                                                                                           The provisions of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) also
                    3.4 - 3.2                           B+
                                                                                           establish the right of students to inspect and review their education records
                    3.1 - 2.9                           B
                                                                                           and provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data
                    2.8 - 2.6                           B-
                                                                                           through informal and formal processes. Contact the Admissions and Registra-
                    2.5 - 2.3                           C+
                                                                                           tion department for details and assistance with this process.
                    2.2 - 2.0                           C
                    1.9 - 1.6                           C-                                 Access to academic transcripts, and ability to register, may be blocked if a student
                    1.5 - 1.3                           D+                                 has not complied with college financial, academic or disciplinary directives.
                    1.2 - 1.0                           D                                  Other records may also be withheld by the Security Office if there is a concern
                    0.9 - 0.7                           D-                                 about compromising a criminal investigation.
                       0.0                              F




                Emergency Messages                                                                                                 Gold Card
Messages are delivered to students during class only in case of a life-threat-             A Gold Card is an identification card issued to senior citizens (age 60 and
ening emergency. Messages regarding other medical emergencies are de-                      over), upon application. It serves as an identification card to facilitate reg-
livered between classes if possible. Due to the size of the student body and               istration and admittance to selected Columbia Basin College classes and
limited staff, other messages cannot be delivered. To leave an emergency                   events.
message, call Security at (509) 547-0511, ext. 2219.                                       Gold Card holders are eligible to enroll in CBC classes, with the exception
                                                                                           of special-fee and self-support classes, such as those offered through Com-
                                                                                           munity Education. Enrollment can begin the third day of each quarter, based
                                                                                           on space availability, on an audit basis, with no grade for the class. The basic
          Social Security Number Disclosure                                                fee is $1.00 per class plus $1.50 per credit, comprehensive fees and/or lab
 “Student’s social security number is confidential and, under a federal law called the     fees, if applicable, with a limit of two classes per quarter. With the exception
 Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act, the college will protect it from unauthorized    of summer quarter, gold card holders may attend Columbia Basin College
 use. Disclosure may be authorized for the purposes of state and federal aid, Hope/Life-
                                                                                           sponsored events, music and drama presentations, athletics, guest speakers
 time Learning tax credits, academics, transcripts, or accountability research.”
                                                                                           and campus entertainment at no cost.
                                                                                           Senior Citizen Community Education classes are also available for seniors. A
                                                                                           Gold Card cannot be used for senior classes. Please check the class sched-
                       Drug & Alcohol Abuse                                                ule for fees, or call Community Education at 547-0511, ext. 2225 for further
In compliance with public law 101-226, the Drug Free School and Communi-                   information.
ties Act Amendment of 1989, Columbia Basin College is legally required and                 To obtain a gold card, please contact Debbie Risk, Columbia Basin College
morally committed to the prevention of illicit drug use and abuse of alco-                 (547-0511, ext. 2436). Applications are available at the Pasco campus.
hol by students. CBC, in compliance with federal law, is prepared to educate
and inform students of the health risks associated with the use of various
illicit drugs and abuse of alcohol, to refer them to counseling and treatment
resources, and to inform them of legal penalties for noncompliance. Assis-
tance is available through the counseling center.                                                                          Admission Rules
                                                                                           1. In accordance with WAC 131-12-010, any applicant for admission to Columbia Basin College shall
                                                                                           be admitted when, as determined by the chief administrative officer or his/her designee, such ap-
                                                                                           plicant:
                                                                                              A.   is competent to profit from the curricular offerings of the college; and
    State Employees Tuition Waiver Program                                                    B.   would not, by his or her presence or conduct, create a disruptive atmosphere within the
  Contact the office of Admissions and Registration for policies and pro-                          college inconsistent with the purposes of the institution; and
                                                                                              C.   is eighteen years of age or older; or
  cedures. (547-0511, ext. 2799)                                                              D.   is a high school graduate; or
                                                                                              E.   has applied for admission under the provisions of a student enrollment program such as
                                                                                                   Running Start or a successor program, or other local student enrollment options program.
                                                                                           2. Those students aged 16 and over who meet the provisions of Title III -- Adult Education Program
                                                                                           may enroll in certain adult basic education classes. Individuals admitted into such classes will be al-
                  Application For Graduation                                               lowed to continue as long as they are able to demonstrate, through measurable academic progress,
Candidates for degrees, certificates, and diplomas should meet with their                  an ability to benefit.
program advisor or counselor at least two quarters prior to the anticipated                The college does not desire to replace or duplicate the functions of the local public school, so
                                                                                           admission exceptions are rare. Persons may appeal for special admissions through the office
completion date. When all requirements are fulfilled, candidates for degrees,              of Admissions and Registration. Criteria for granting an appeal are: competency in academic
certificates, and diplomas are required to formally apply to graduate.                     skills, ability to benefit in an adult learning environment and unique artistic or technical talent.


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                                     Web Registration & Web Tuition Payment
How do you register for classes?
  ✓    Read the Student Bulletin daily to find out when registration begins.
  ✓    Check your registration access time. This is the time you can begin to register. It is NOT an appointment
       with a counselor.
  ✓    Decide which classes you need to take. Quarterly class schedules are available on campus or on the web at
       www.columbiabasin.edu/schedules/
  ✓    Students on academic probation must meet with a counselor to register. Call the Counseling and Student
       Development Office at 547-0511, ext. 2305 to schedule appointment. You will need to know your access
       time to make an appointment.
  ✓    Use the Schedule Planner or Web Registration to register for your classes. See information below.
  ✓    Pay your tuition by the deadline published in the Quarterly Class Schedule. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to pay your tuition by the deadline or drop classes.
       Should you fail to pay your tuition or drop classes, you risk the possibility of receiving failing grades and/or being sent to collection.
  ✓    If you are on a wait list for a class, check your schedule daily. This is the only way you will know when you have been added to a class. The wait list
       process will be discontinued after the date tuition is due.
Schedule Planner
  1.   Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” under “Student Services” on the left side of the screen.
  2.   Click on “Schedule Planner.”
  3.   Select the quarter from the drop-down box and click “Select Courses.”
  4.   Reserve the times you are not available for classes by clicking individual boxes in the time grid. You can also reserve the hour for every day by clicking in
       the far right column or whole day by clicking the column heading.
  5.   Type in course(s) you need or click on “View Course List” to select courses from an alphabetical listing.
           Note: Use four-digit numbers for course numbers. Lecture courses end in zero, lab courses end with a one. For example, to enter English Composition (ENG 101),
                   type in “ENG 1010.” Course numbered under 100, should be entered with a leading zero (MTH 95 would be entered as “MTH 0950”).
  6.   Click on “Submit Selections.”
  7.   Select the desired course(s) and click “Register.”
  8.   This will take you to Web Registration and enter the line numbers for the courses you selected. Go to step 3 below.
Web Registration
  1.   Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” under “Student Services” on the left side of the screen.
  2.   Click on “Web Registration.”
  3.   Enter your Student I.D. number and PIN.
  4.   Click “Register.”
  5.   A reminder of the tuition due date will be displayed. If you are registering after this date, tuition is due at the time of registration. Click “Continue.”
  6.   On the welcome screen, verify your name and the quarter. Click “Continue.”
  7.   The registration process will continue. The course(s) you selected will be processed. You can also add and drop classes from this screen. Click “Finish”
       when completed.
  8.   Click “View My Schedule” to print your schedule.
  9.   If you are at a public terminal, be sure to close the browser to protect your privacy.
Web Tuition Payment
Web E-payment – Avoid long lines and busy phone lines!
Web E-payment is now available to pay your outstanding tuition and fees. You must use your checking account number and bank routing number as found on your per-
sonal check. (Help screens on the website will show you exactly how to enter the information.)
NOTE: Your checking account number must be used. Debit and credit card numbers will be returned as invalid accounts. Accounts that are invalid, closed, or
with insufficient funds to process the transaction will be charged a fee in accordance with CBC’s Returned Check Policy ($10 for insufficient funds, $30 for invalid
or closed accounts).
Please call the Cashier’s Office at 546-0419 if you have questions or need help using Web E-payment.
   1. Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” under “Student Services” on the left side of the screen.
   2. Click on “Web E-payment.”
   3. Enter your Student I.D. number and your name.
   4. Choose the quarter for which you are paying OR “all charges” from the drop down box.
   5. Review the charge information and verify that the Student I.D. number is correct.
   6. Click on “Make Payment” to be directed to a secure site with US Bank (CBC’s bank) to complete the transaction.
   7. You will be asked to register on the bank’s site. Your banking information is kept confidential on the bank site. CBC will not gain access to your banking
        information by using this service.
   8. Payment will not be made until you check the “confirm” box on the bank’s website. Once you have pressed confirm please do not “confirm” the payment
        again or it will post twice. Your payment, if made on the web before 3:00 pm, will be posted to your CBC account the next business day. Payments made
        after 3:00 pm will be posted the second business day from your web payment. See note below regarding tuition due dates.
   NOTE: For tuition due date deadlines CBC will honor payments that are pending with the bank before the deadline but have not yet been posted to the CBC
        system.

                   KIOSK hours 8:00am - 8:00pm, Monday - Sunday

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                                                             Web Registration
             If you have any questions, please call the Registration Office at 547-0511, ext. 2799.

                                                        Schedule Planning Worksheet
                          M                        T                      W                       Th                       F                      Sa
    7 a.m.
    8 a.m.
    9 a.m.
   10 a.m.
   11 a.m.
   12 p.m.
    1 p.m.
    2 p.m.
    3 p.m.
    4 p.m.
    5 p.m.
    6 p.m.
    7 p.m.


                                                             Registration Worksheet
      Item #                                  Course                                    Credits                 Days/Time                     Location




                                                                     Terminology
Registration/Register .....................Signing up for classes.
Access Time .......................................The time you can begin to register for classes.
Student ID Number ........................College-assigned, nine-digit number.
PIN.........................................................Initially set to your six-digit birth date (MMDDYY).
                                                            Protect your privacy by personalizing your PIN.
Item Number.....................................Four-digit number assigned to each class.
Line Number .....................................Same as Item Number.
Variable Credit Class .......................Class that allows you to enroll in a range of credits.
Prerequisite........................................A class, skill or knowledge requirement that must be achieved before taking some courses.
Entry Code .........................................A code you will need to override a prerequisite for a class or when instructor permission is required to
                                                            enroll in a class. This can be obtained from the instructor of the class or the division office.
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                                                        Degree Options
     Associate in Applied Science Degree
     (Employment Preparation)
       Administrative Office Technology               Business Administration                     Human Services
       Accounting                                     Computer Science                            Machine Technology
       AG Business Management                         Criminal Justice                            Medical Assistant
       Agriculture Production                         Dental Hygiene                              Nursing (ADN)
       Agri-Chemical Business                         Early Childhood Education                   Paralegal
       Autobody Technology                            Engineering Technology                      Paramedic
       Automotive Technology                          Fire Science                                Radiologic Technology
                                                                                                  Welding Technology

     Associate in Arts & Science Degree
     (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B.A. or B.S.)
       Accounting                                     Foreign Languages                           Music
       Art                                            General Studies                             Nursing
       Business Administration                        Health and Physical Education               Philosophy
       Criminal Justice                               Home Economics                              Political Science
       Drama                                          History                                     Psychology
       Economics                                      Management                                  Public Affairs
       Elementary Education                           Marketing                                   Secondary Education
       English                                        Mathematics                                 Sociology
       Fine Arts                                      Medical Technology                          Special Education

     Associate in Science                                                Associate in Science
     (Transfer Degree) (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B.S.)       (Transfer Degree) (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B.S.)
       Engineering                                                         Biological Sciences
       Computer Science                                                    Chemistry
       Physics                                                             Environmental Sciences
       Atmospheric Sciences                                                Resource Sciences
                                                                           Ecology and Earth Sciences

     Pre-Professional Preparation
       Pre-Chiropractic                               Pre-Medical                                 Pre-Veterinary
       Pre-Dental                                     Pre-Optometry
       Pre-Law                                        Pre-Pharmacy




                     Advising at your
                       Fingertips

     www.columbiabasin.edu/onlineadvising

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                         Small Business Development Center / Intramurals
                                              CBC-SBDC 2007
                                    Small Business Development Center
                                         1600 N. 20th Ave. Pasco (509) 547-0511 ext. 3137

                                                                                  Our schedule includes the following classes:
The Small Business Development                                                    Considerations in Starting a Minority or HUB Business
Center is a no-fee service agency                                                 Payroll (Hands on with Quickbooks)
                                                                                  Marketing and Advertising
collaboratively funded by CBC,                                                    Market Research & Analysis
                                                                                  Customer Relations
the SBDC, and TRIDEC.                                                             Financing for Your Business
                                                                                  Hiring for Success
                                                                                  Developing Your Employee Handbook
We provide assistance to entrepreneurs, independent business owners
                                                                                  Legal Issues in Human Resources
and managers interested in developing, improving or expanding their
                                                                                  Time and Office Management
business. Coaching is available in a variety of areas from developing a
                                                                                  How to Buy, Sell, or Evaluate Your Business
business, marketing or financial planning, to interviewing and hiring,
                                                                                  How to do Business with the Government
training, customer service, and computer applications for businesses.
                                                                                  Tax Responsibilities
Services include one-on-one counseling, networking, education
                                                                                  Web Page Design (Hands on)
programs, and access to innovative assessment programs, patenting
                                                                                  Logo Design
information, and marketing research. Contact us at 547-0511 ext. 3137
                                                                                  And more!
for more information.
We offer seminars and workshops to help the small business owner             Create a Class
or manager. The classes are generally three hours and are held on a          If you or your organization requires training, we will work with you to
weeknight at the SBDC building in Pasco. Our instructors share their         create a class customized for your needs. You provide 6-12 people, we
expertise, focus their information and material on small business            will do the rest. Call us with your idea and let us help you get the training
application, and provide an interactive learning experience. Class size is   and skills you need.
limited to provide a setting to maximize interaction.                        No Fee Business Start-Up Information Sessions
Don’t delay in registering for your class. Call 547-0511 ext. 3137, or       Do you need some very basic information about how to start your own
stop by 1600 N. 20th Ave., Pasco. We accept checks and cash. Your paid       business? We offer 2-4 business information sessions per month. These
registration ensures your space.                                             two-hour sessions cover business licenses, loans and funding options,
                                                                             business structures, business plans, networking, reference and resource
                                                                             lists. Please call 547-0511 ext. 3137 to sign up for the next session.
                                                                                  To receive our class schedule, to be added to our mailing list,
                                                                                or to find out more about how we can help you in your business,
                                                                                                 please call 547-0511 ext. 3137.




                                                  CBC Co-Ed Intramurals
 Intramural sports and related activities play a valuable role in the total student experience at CBC. Participation in intramurals helps create a re-
 warding collegiate experience by creating a new dimension to student life away from the classroom. Intramural activities provide students unique
 opportunities for social interaction, promotion of personal fitness and self esteem, and outlets for organized fun!

 Funded by your student activities fee, CBC Intramurals offers the following co-ed sports during the fall, winter, and spring quarters from 11:30am
 -12:30pm on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays of each week:

 Fall - Flag Football
 Winter - Basketball
 Spring - Soccer and Frisbee Ulitmate
 Additional activities anticipated for 2007-08 include bowling, golf, game room activities, & 3-on-3 sports tournaments. Equipment can also be
 checked out from the Fitness Center at any time.

          For more information or to share your great ideas, please contact the Intramurals Coordinator: Laura Stoker 547-0511 x2522.

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                    Finals Schedule / Worker Retraining / CAMP Program

                                               Finals Schedule Fall 2007
     Special Notes: 1.) All Math 95 and Math 98 students who are enrolled in a day section will take the final exam at the
     special time indicated below. Evening Math 95 and Math 98 sections will take the final during their regularly scheduled
     time for evening finals. 2.) Evening English 201 sections will take the final on the last regularly scheduled class day.
                 REGULAR CLASS TIME                                                                                                            EXAM TIME
                 Wednesday, December 5, 2007:
                      6:50 a.m. - 7:50 a.m., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   . 6:50 a.m. - 8:50 a.m.
                      10:20 a.m. - 11:20 a.m., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .9:20 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.
                      12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
                      4:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m., All Monday/Wednesday classes                 .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   . 5:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m.
                      7:30 p.m., All Monday/Wednesday classes . . . . . . . .              .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   . 7:30 p.m. - 9:40 p.m.
                 Thursday, December 6, 2007:
                      8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
                      11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   10:20 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.
                      1:50 p.m. - 2:50 p.m., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .12:40 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.
                      3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   . 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                      4:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m., All Tuesday/Thursday classes.            .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   . 5:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m.
                      7:30 p.m. - 9:40 p.m., All Tuesday/Thursday classes. .           .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   . 7:30 p.m. - 9:40 p.m.
                 Friday, December 7, 2007:
                      9:10 a.m. - 10:10 a.m., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
                      Math 95/98, All Day Sections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
                       Classes scheduled at times other than the above times, weekend classes, and evening classes
                                       will conduct finals on the last regularly scheduled class day.


                                           ATTENTION NEW STUDENTS!
                                    Have a successful start at CBC – Register for FYI today!
             First Year Introduction is a mandatory 12-hour workshop for all new degree and certificate seeking students
                                             to help with the transition to college and CBC.
                    For more information contact the Office of Student Success and Retention at 547-0511, ext. 2532.

                                                      WORKER RETRAINING
Are you unemployed? Is your occupation or industry in decline? Are your skills no longer in demand? Are you a displaced home-
maker? If you are unemployed, through no fault of your own, with limited opportunity to return to your previous occupation or you
have been a homemaker for the past two years and have lost your source of support, you may be eligible for Worker Retraining.
Worker Retraining may allow individuals who are unemployed to participate in retraining while receiving unemployment insurance
benefits. To qualify for Worker Retraining, an individual must be currently receiving Washington State unemployment insurance or
have exhausted their unemployment benefits within the past two years. Financial assistance for training in technical or vocational
programs may be available to eligible dislocated workers or long-term unemployed individuals. Training Completion Aid may also
be available for individuals who have exhausted their unemployment insurance benefits.
 For more information about program eligibility, call Columbia Basin College Worker Retraining office at (509) 547-0511 ext 2446.


                       College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
                           ATTENTION MIGRANT AND SEASONAL FARM WORKERS!
                               Columbia Basin College now has applications available for the
                                          College Assistance Migrant Program.
     If you or your parents have been farm workers in the last two years, you may be eligible for college financial services, career
                                         and personal counseling, and instructional support.
                                            Call CBC today, 547-0511, extension 2507.
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                                                                                         Administrative Office Technology                                                               Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                           COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                                LOCATION               LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION




                                          HOW TO READ THE CLASS OFFERINGS
                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
                                                              LINE#         SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY             TIME                    LOCATION


                                                                                                AGRICULTURE
                                                              AG            101        Field Crops
                                                              Principles of crop production including crop growth, development,
                                                              yield and quality. High-yield production techniques of locally grown
                                                              crops will be included.
                                                              6030      AA        5     STAFF                       MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM                K101

                                                             COURSE NUMBER                     TITLE OF               DISTRIBUTION
                                                                OF CLASS                        CLASS                     CODE



                                                              ENG           101        English Composition [C]
                                                              Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition, with
                                                              emphasis on organizing unified and coherent essays. Prerequisite: A                                               DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
                                                              passing grade in ENG 99 or ASSET score of 43 or above.
                                              LINE #          0522      AA        5     STAFF                       MTWTh           6:50AM- 7:50AM                N101          WHERE CLASS MEETS
                                                              8057      WB        5     STAFF                        MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                A329
                                     FEES AND NOTES            Footnotes may include dates, fees, and other info about class.
                                    RELATED TO CLASS
                                                                                                                                                                                      NIGHT
                                                                     SECTION          INSTRUCTOR               DAYS CLASS               TIME CLASS                             DISTANCE LEARNING
                                                                                                                 MEETS                    MEETS                               & FAST TRACK CLASSES
                                                                        CREDITS CLASS
                                                                          IS WORTH



        ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY                                                                                        AOT 1091                    Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                                                                                                                Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned pro-
AOT 101                     Keyboarding I                                                                                       gram stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as
Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers, symbols,                                                       efficient use of the service keys. Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key
and operational keys using a computer. It is recommended that a student                                                         pad. Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a
take CA 100 in the same quarter as AOT 101.                                                                                     maximum of six credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101 or instructor’s permission.
9907     07        2        WILLIAMSON                 ARR           ARR                                                        8606     DII       3        SULLIVAN, M                ARR            ARR
Contact Worker Retraining at Columbia Basin College at 734-5904 for orientation dates and times. This is an                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
open entry course.                                                                                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                                an on-line class at CBC.
6000     AA        2        JOHNSTON, K             MTWTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM                      W180D
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                                 8608     DII       3        RAY, B                     ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
6002     BA        2        RAY, B                  MTWTh             9:10AM-10:10AM                      W180D                 to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                                 an on-line class at CBC.
6005     DA        2        STAFF                   MTWTh             3:00PM- 4:00PM                      W180D
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                                 AOT 1092                    Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
8600     DII       2        SULLIVAN, M                ARR           ARR                                                        Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned
$10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not                  program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as
previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                       well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops 10-key proficiency using
8602     DII       2        SULLIVAN, M                ARR           ARR                                                        10-key pad. Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093
$10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make                  for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1091 or instruc-
occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                       tor’s permission.
                                                                                                                                8610     DII       3        SULLIVAN, M                ARR            ARR
AOT 102                     Keyboarding II                                                                                      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                                to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
Reinforces keyboarding skills. Introduces appropriate formatting of business                                                    an on-line class at CBC.
letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using a word process-                                                     8612     DII       3        RAY, B                     ARR            ARR
ing software. Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100 or advanced placement                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
for comparable skills.                                                                                                          to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                                an on-line class at CBC.
9908     08        2        WILLIAMSON                 ARR           ARR
Contact Worker Retraining at Columbia Basin College at 734-5904 for orientation dates and times. This is an
open entry course.                                                                                                              AOT 1093                    Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
6006     AA        2        RAY, B                  MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      W180D                 Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                                 program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as
6008     BA        2        RAY, B                  MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      W180D                 well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops 10-key proficiency using
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                                 10-key pad. Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093
6010     CA        2        RAY, B                  MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      W180D                 for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1092 or instruc-
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                                 tor’s permission.
8604     DII       2        SULLIVAN, M                ARR           ARR                                                        8614     DII       3        SULLIVAN, M                ARR            ARR
$10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not                  to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                       an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                                                                8616     DII       3        RAY, B                     ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                                to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                                an on-line class at CBC.

                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                                           Credit Classes – 16
          Credit Classes                                                    Administrative Office Technology – Anthropology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
AOT 114                     Editing                                                                                AOT 142                     General Office Procedures
Develops competency to proofread and edit business documents for correct                                           Bridges the gap between the classroom and the office by prioritizing work
usage of grammar, punctuation, sentence construction, parallelism, and use                                         and managing time, preparing realistic office assignments, filing office docu-
of numbers. Introduction to machine transcription. Develops competency                                             ments, and conducting online research. Prerequisites: AOT 117, AOT 172 or
to produce transcribed business documents in timely manner. Waiver con-                                            AOT 173, and Internet proficiency.
sidered for students achieving COMPASS scores of Writing 87 and Reading                                            6034     AA        5        MARTINEZ, G              MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      W165
82, or 10 credits of college English writing courses with 2.0 or above. Pre-                                       $10.50 lab fee.
requisites: AOT 102 and eligibility for ENG 099.
6012     AA        5        JOHNSTON, K              MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                     W160     AOT 172                     Word Processing I
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    Develops employable word processing skills and implements effective ap-
                                                                                                                   plication in a business environment using a word processing software, cur-
AOT 117                     Office Orientation                                                                     rently Microsoft Word. Topics covered include all major functions of Word,
Encompasses business ethics, personal values, human relations, and effec-                                          including margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graph-
tive communication in an office environment. Focuses on attaining and                                              ics, merge, styles, outline, tables of contents, and templates. Preparation for
retaining entry-level employment. Provides an opportunity to shadow an                                             Microsoft Office User Certification. Prerequisite: AOT 102.
office professional.                                                                                               8620     AA        5        DYE, S                     MW             5:15PM- 7:25PM                      W160
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
6014     AA        3        CRIDER, T                  TTh            9:10AM-11:20AM                      W160
6016     BA        3        CRIDER, T                  MW             12:40PM- 2:50PM                     W160     8622     DII       5        JOHNSTON, K                ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
8618     DII       3        CRIDER, T                  ARR            ARR                                          occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                                                   AOT 1952                    Supervised Employment
AOT 124                     Intermediate Spreadsheet Applications                                                  A supervised work experience involving the application and practice of skills
Develops employable application skills using a spreadsheet software, cur-                                          and principles learned in the classroom. Supervised Employment site must
rently Microsoft Excel. Emphasizes creation and design of spreadsheets in-                                         meet degree or certificate specialty requirement. One credit equals 33 work
cluding formulas, projections, charting, Web pages, lists, macros, and mul-                                        hours. May be repeated for credit and experience. Prerequisites: AOT 102,
tiple workbooks as needed for effective presentations in the business/office                                       AOT 117, and instructor’s permission.
environment. Preparation for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Excel                                     8626     DII      1-15 MARTINEZ, G                     ARR            ARR
Certification. Prerequisites: CA 100 and eligibility for MTH 106.                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
6018     AA        5        MARTINEZ, G              MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      W165     an on-line class at CBC.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   AOT 243                     Administrative Office Management
AOT 125                     Database Applications                                                                  Integrates application of technical skills while assisting executives in carry-
Develops employable application skills using a database software, currently                                        ing out management responsibilities; applies managerial and leadership
Microsoft Access. Emphasis is on creating the structure, the data file, queries,                                   skills while completing a simulated executive office simulation. Emphasis
and the forms and reports needed for effective presentations in a business/                                        on problem-solving, decision-making processes, responsibilities, and imple-
office environment. Includes creating an application system using macros,                                          mentation. Includes conducting on line research. Prerequisites: AOT 126,
wizards, and switchboard. Prerequisite: CA 100.                                                                    AOT 142, and Internet proficiency.
6020     AA        5        CRIDER, T                MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                     W165     8628     DII       2        MARTINEZ, G                ARR            ARR
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
6022     BA        5        CRIDER, T                  TTh            5:15PM- 7:25PM                      W165     occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    previously taken an on-line class at CBC.


AOT 128                     Web Page Maintenance                                                                                      ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE)
Introduces fundamental concepts and techniques of maintaining and up-
dating Web page content. Students learn fundamental elements of design                                             All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and evening at the Pasco
using HTML, FrontPage, and a Web browser. Prerequisite: CA 100.                                                    campus and WorkSource as well as at various locations throughout the
                                                                                                                   community. For information on assessment and registration times, please
6024     AA        5        MARTINEZ, G              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     W165
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    call 547-0511 ext. 2301.

AOT 129                     Accounting Software                                                                                                         ANTHROPOLOGY
Introduction to accounting software, currently QuickBooks Pro, includes
establishing a business, journalizing, and preparation of financial state-                                         ANT 101                     Introduction to Anthropology [S/B]
ments. Set up new company and make entries to existing accounting re-                                              The field of anthropology is the scientific study of people from all periods
cords. Prerequisites: CA 100 and concurrent enrollment in AOT 130 or in-                                           of time and in all areas of the world. Anthropology, as a discipline, focuses
structor’s permission.                                                                                             on both the biological and cultural characteristics of our species Homo sa-
6026     AA        3        JOHNSTON, K              MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                      W165     piens. In this course we will explore this discipline by looking at how each
6028     DII       3        JOHNSTON, K               ARR             ARR                                          of the major branches of anthropology attempts to answer the basic ques-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   tion: What does it mean to be human?
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                           2000     AA        5        HABERMAN, D                TTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM                       A126

AOT 130                     Practical Accounting                                                                   ANT 111                     Introduction to Physical Anthropology [M/S]
Applies fundamentals of accounting theory and bookkeeping procedures                                               Physical Anthropology is the study of human beings from an evolutionary
covering the accounting cycle, use of special journals, and financial state-                                       and biological perspective and ANT 111 provides an introduction to this
ments. Provides practical training in the use of bookkeeping procedures,                                           sub-field of anthropology. In this course we will examine our own species
forms, and systems using manually prepared solutions for a service business.                                       (Homo sapiens) by looking at the biological basis of life, the processes of
Prerequisites: Eligibility for MTH 106 or higher or COMPASS Pre-Algebra 59                                         evolution, our primate relatives both living and extinct, and the variation
or Algebra 26-32 or higher; and COMPASS Reading 82 or higher.                                                      seen in modern human populations.
6030     AA        5        JOHNSTON, K               DAILY           12:40PM- 1:40PM                   W180A      2002     AA        5        TAFF, M                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       A126
6032     DII       5        JOHNSTON, K                ARR            ARR                                          8200     DII       5        TAFF, M                   ARR             ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                           an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room L107.

17 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                   Art                                                        Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION          LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR               DAY          TIME                LOCATION
ANT 120                     Introduction to Cultural Anthropology [S/B]                                                  ART       116               Art History Ancient World [H]
Cultural Anthropology is the branch of anthropology that studies the spe-                                                A comparative study of architecture, sculpture, and pictorial arts from the
cies Homo sapiens from a cultural perspective. This course examines and                                                  ancient cultures of the world. A chronological survey of prehistoric, Meso-
attempts to explain the diversity and similarity of cultures and peoples                                                 potamian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic arts.
throughout the world.                                                                                                    0124     AA        5        PETRE, T              MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM         D114
2004     AA        5        TAFF, M                  MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      A126
                                                                                                                         ART       119               Art History of Asia [H]
                                                   ART                                                                   A survey of painting, sculpture, ceramics, and architecture of India, China,
                                                                                                                         Southeast Asia, and Japan with emphasis on the political, philosophical, and
ART       110               Introduction to Art [H]                                                                      religious courses that shape Far Eastern art.
A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encounters in vari-                                           0125     AA        5        PIERCE, K             MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM         D114
ous areas of art. The class emphasis is on building a general appreciation of
the techniques, styles and history of art.                                                                               ART       1571              Surface Design
0100     AA        5        GRAVENSLUND              MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                       P201          An exploratory class in the field of surface design, which is the coloring, pat-
0102     BA        5        PIERCE, G                MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       P201          terning and transformation of fabric, fiber and other materials, directed toward
0104     CA        5        DRYBURGH, M              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      P201          art and design. The class emphasis is on the studying design on cloth and
0106     DA        5        CRAIG, J                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      P201          experimenting with the various techniques used to achieve the design.
8000     DII       5        BARLOW, H                 ARR             ARR                                                0126     FT        3        GERTON, V                Sa            9:00AM- 4:30PM         P201
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         $10.50 lab fee. Class meets Saturdays September 29 thru November 17.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard Barlow by the second day of class via email              ART       199               Digital Art and Design
at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.                                                                                      An introduction to the use of digital media in art. This course will acquaint
8002     DII       5        BARLOW, H                  ARR            ARR                                                the student with the basic fundamentals of using the Creative Suite program
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken            that includes Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. These computer
an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who         programs are used for creating graphic design layouts, working with digital
are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard Barlow by the second day of class via email
at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.                                                                                      imagery, or creating your own unique digitally-based works of art.
0108     EA        5        MILLER, D                MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       D114          8006     WB        5        STAFF                   MW             6:00PM- 8:30PM       B104B
8004     XB        5        NETH, T                   TTh             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       P201
                                                                                                                         ART       2011              Photography I
ART       111               Design I                                                                                     A basic course in the use of the photographic equipment, either traditional
Introduction to the formal elements and principles of design common to all                                               or digital, to expose and compose photographs. This will include elements
two-dimensional media. The student examines the formal elements of line,                                                 of design and composition to aid in relating your ideas of people and the
shape, form, space, pattern, texture and color, and applies the principles of                                            world around you. Students will learn to use new technologies using com-
unity and variety, balance, focus, repetition, rhythm, movement and propor-                                              puters and computer software to enlarge and print pictures.
tion. Students are introduced to spatial and ordering strategies through a                                               0128     AA        3        MC ADIE, I             TWTh           12:40PM- 2:20PM       B106A
sequence of design and color theory problems which emphasize creative                                                                                MC ADIE, I             TWTh           12:40PM- 2:20PM        B106
                                                                                                                         $30 lab fee.
problem-solving, using a variety of media and techniques. Recommended
for all art, design, photography and architecture students, and for anyone                                               0130     BA        3        MC ADIE, I             TWTh            3:00PM- 4:40PM       B106A
with a general interest in art.                                                                                                                      MC ADIE, I             TWTh            3:00PM- 4:40PM        B106
                                                                                                                         $30 lab fee.
0112     AA        5        PIERCE, G                MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       P201
0114     BA        5        CRAIG, J                 MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      P201          ART       2021              Photography II
                                                                                                                         A study of photography for the advanced student photographer with a
ART       1121              3D Design II                                                                                 working knowledge of photographic equipment, computers and software,
This course of study is an introduction to the visual and tactile elements
                                                                                                                         enabling them to manipulate photographs. ART 111 and ART 2011 recom-
and principles that relate to three-dimensional forms in space. The student
                                                                                                                         mended.
will execute various aesthetic design problems that focus on arriving at a
better understanding of a three-dimensional dialogue, applicable to sculp-                                               0132     AA        3        MC ADIE, I             TWTh            3:00PM- 4:40PM       B106A
ture, architecture and ceramics, as well as product package and landscape                                                                            MC ADIE, I             TWTh            3:00PM- 4:40PM        B106
                                                                                                                         $30 lab fee.
design. ART 111 recommended.
0116     AA        5        CRAIG, J                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       P101          ART       2081              Digital Photography
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                         An introduction to the use of computers and software to enhance, alter or
                                                                                                                         repair photographs. Students will do text exercises and work on their own
ART       1131              Drawing I                                                                                    prints, slides or negatives.
A basic studio course that focuses on the fundamental skills: Observation,
composition, development of forms and personal expression. Surveys a wide                                                8016     WB        2        MC ADIE, I               W             6:00PM- 9:30PM       B106A
                                                                                                                                                     MC ADIE, I               W             6:00PM- 9:30PM        B106
range of media and techniques and examines master works of drawing.                                                      $30 lab fee.
0118     AA        3        STAFF                     MTW             8:00AM- 9:40AM                       P202
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                          ART       211               Graphic Design I
0120     BA        3        PETRE, T                   TTh            12:40PM- 3:10PM                      P202          An introductory class in the theory and application of graphic design used
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                         in today’s advertising and industrial graphics. Industry-accepted computer
                                                                                                                         software for vector drawing and page layout will be extensively used by the
ART       1141              Drawing II
                                                                                                                         student. Recommended: ART 111 and ART 1131.
A continuation of ART 1131 with emphasis on individual direction, compo-
sition, color, expanded technique, and media experiences. Prerequisite: ART                                              0134     AA        5        MILLER, D               MW             2:00PM- 4:30PM       B104B
                                                                                                                         $10.50 lab fee.
1131 or instructor’s permission.
0122     AA        3        PETRE, T                   TTh            12:40PM- 3:10PM                      P202
$10.50 lab fee.




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                                Credit Classes – 18
          Credit Classes                                                          Art
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR      DAY   TIME                 LOCATION         LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY     TIME              LOCATION
ART       212               Graphic Design II                                           ART       2261              Jewelry II
An intermediate class in the theory and application of graphic design used              A continuation of ART 2251 with emphasis on advanced fabrication tech-
in today’s advertising and industrial graphics. Industry accepted computer              niques and contemporary jewelry design. Prerequisite: ART 2251.
software for bit mapped image creation and manipulation will be exten-                  0150     AA        3        NETH, T                    TTh      12:40PM- 3:10PM       P101
sively used by the student. Further use of page layout software will be ex-             $10.50 lab fee.
plored. Prerequisite: ART 211.
0136     AA        5        MILLER, D       MW     2:00PM- 4:30PM        B104B          ART       230               Professional Practices
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         This course will focus on preparing the art major for admission into an ac-
                                                                                        credited art program as well as exploring the business aspects of being a
ART       2151              Painting I                                                  professional artist.
An introduction to techniques of painting in oil or acrylic; preparation of             0152     AA        2        DRYBURGH, M                TTh      11:30AM-12:30PM      W144
wood, canvas and paper supports; color mixing and application methods.
Traditional and experimental approaches to subject matter, composition,                 ART       2331              Jewelry Casting I
and expression.                                                                         Exploratory of the lost wax casting technique to make fine jewelry. How to
0138     AA        3        PETRE, T        MW    12:40PM- 3:10PM          P202         create an original design in wax, cast it in metal and polish it to a finished
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         piece of jewelry.
                                                                                        0154     FT        3        GERTON, R                  SaSu      8:00AM- 5:00PM       P101
ART       2161              Painting II                                                 $10.50 lab fee. Class meets November 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18.
Continuation of ART 2151 with greater emphasis on individual development
of subject matter, technique and personal expression. Oil, acrylic or mixed             ART       2341              Jewelry Casting II
media. Prerequisite: ART 2151.                                                          Advanced exploratory of the lost wax casting technique to make fine jew-
0140     AA        3        PETRE, T        MW    12:40PM- 3:10PM          P202         elry.
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         0156     FT        3        GERTON, R                  SaSu      8:00AM- 5:00PM       P101
                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee. Class meets November 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18.
ART       2171              Watercolor I
An introduction to traditional watercolor painting with media explorations              ART       2521              Studio Problems - Graphic
of transparent and opaque media. Recommended for fine arts, illustration                Individual, contracted, advanced study in computer graphics. Studio and
and graphic art majors.                                                                 seminar.
8018     WB        3        STARKEY, K      MW     6:00PM- 8:30PM          P202         0158     AA       1- 3      MILLER, D                  MW        2:00PM- 4:30PM     B104B
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         $10.50 lab fee.


ART       2181              Watercolor II                                               ART       2531              Studio Problems - Drawing
A continuation of ART 2171 with emphasis on contemporary composition                    Individual, contracted, advanced study in drawing. Studio and seminar.
and illustrative techniques. Recommended for fine arts, illustration and                0160     AA       1- 3      PETRE, T                   TTh      12:40PM- 3:10PM       P202
graphic art majors. Prerequisite: ART 2171.                                             $10.50 lab fee.

8020     WB        3        STARKEY, K      MW     6:00PM- 8:30PM          P202
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         ART       2541              Studio Problems - Painting
                                                                                        Individual, contracted, advanced study in painting. Studio and seminar.
ART       2201              Sculpture I                                                 0162     AA       1- 3      PETRE, T                   MW       12:40PM- 3:10PM       P202
A study of three-dimensional form with emphasis on the inter-relationships              $10.50 lab fee.
between space and form through the techniques of modeling, mold-mak-
ing, and casting. Recommended: ART 111 and ART 1121.                                    ART       2551              Studio Problems - Sculpture
                                                                                        Individual, contracted, advanced study in sculpture. Studio and seminar.
0142     AA        3        CRAIG, J        MTW    8:00AM- 9:40AM          P101
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         0164     AA       1- 3      CRAIG, J                   MTW       8:00AM- 9:40AM       P101
                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.
ART       2221              Pottery I
A basic introduction to ceramic forms with emphasis on production by hand               ART       2561              Studio Problems - Jewelry
methods. Consideration of the nature and possibilities of clay, clay body for-          Individual, contracted, advanced study in jewelry. Studio and seminar.
mulation, and introductory glaze testing as well as loading and firing pro-             0166     AA       1- 3      NETH, T                    TTh      12:40PM- 3:10PM       P101
                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.
cedures for bisque and glaze kilns.
0144     AA        3        PIERCE, G       MTW   10:20AM-12:00PM          P101         ART       2571              Studio Problems - Pottery
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                        Individual, contracted, advanced study in pottery. Studio and seminar.
8022     WB        3        GRAVENSLUND     TTh    6:00PM- 8:30PM          P101
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         0168     AA       1- 3      PIERCE, G                  MTW      10:20AM-12:00PM       P101
                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.

ART       2231              Pottery II                                                  8026     WB       1- 3      GRAVENSLUND                TTh       6:00PM- 8:30PM       P101
                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.
A continuation of ART 2221 with special emphasis on wheel technique, glaze
formulation, and design of clay forms. Prerequisite: ART 2221.                          ART       2581              Studio Problems - Watercolor
0146     AA        3        PIERCE, G       MTW   10:20AM-12:00PM          P101         Individual contracted advanced study in water color. Studio and seminar.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                        $10 lab fee.
8024     WB        3        GRAVENSLUND     TTh    6:00PM- 8:30PM          P101
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         8028     WB       1- 3      STARKEY, K                 MW        6:00PM- 8:30PM       P202
                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.

ART       2251              Jewelry I
The design and construction of jewelry using a variety of media and tradi-              ART       2591              Studio Problems - Photography
tional fabrication techniques of metal working. Recommended: ART 111.                   Individual, contracted, advanced study in photography. Studio and semi-
                                                                                        nar.
0148     AA        3        NETH, T         TTh   12:40PM- 3:10PM          P101
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                         0170     AA       1- 3      MC ADIE, I                TWTh      12:40PM- 2:20PM     B106A
                                                                                                                    MC ADIE, I                TWTh      12:40PM- 2:20PM      B106
                                                                                        $30 lab fee.
                                                                                        8029     WB       1- 3      MC ADIE, I                  W        6:00PM- 9:30PM     B106A
                                                                                                                    MC ADIE, I                  W        6:00PM- 9:30PM      B106
                                                                                        $30 lab fee.



19 – Credit Classes                                                                                                   *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                  Astronomy – Biology                                       Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                          COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY     TIME                LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY    TIME                 LOCATION
ART       2611              Studio Problems-Jewelry Casting                                    AMT 2201                    Advanced Electrical and Electronics Lab
Individual contracted advanced study in the exploratory of the lost wax                        Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 220.
casting technique to make fine jewelry.                                                        6308     AA        5        PRATHER, M     MTWTh     8:10AM- 1:00PM          V133
                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.
0172     FT       1- 3      GERTON, R                  SaSu      8:00AM- 5:00PM         P101
$10.50 lab fee. Class meets November 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18.
                                                                                               AMT 223                     Brakes/Suspension II
                                         ASTRONOMY                                             This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a highly devel-
                                                                                               oped understanding of the theory, diagnosis and service of the advanced
AST       101               Astronomy [M/S]                                                    steering, suspension, and brake systems, with a heavy emphasis on the elec-
A survey of astronomy including history of astronomy, the solar system,                        tronic side of those systems. Prerequisites: AMT 220 and AMT 2201.
galaxies, cosmology, and current topics. Several night observation ses-                        6310     AA        2        PRATHER, M     MTWTh     7:00AM- 8:00AM        V132B
sions are held. Lecture and lab must be taken concurrently. Prerequisite:
MTH 095 or MTH 096.                                                                            AMT 2231                    Brakes/Suspension II Lab
8486     WB        4        GEORGE, A                  MW        6:00PM- 8:00PM         S237   Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 223.
                                                                                               6312     AA        5        PRATHER, M     MTWTh     8:10AM- 1:00PM          V133
AST       1011              Astronomy Lab [M/S]                                                $10.50 lab fee.
Lab to be taken concurrently with AST 101.
8488     WB        1        GEORGE, A                  MW        8:10PM- 9:00PM         S237                                            BIOLOGY
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                               BIO       100               General Biology [M/S]
                            AUTOBODY TECHNOLOGY                                                An introductory course in basic biological principles and processes. The lab
                                                                                               illustrates the basic concepts discussed in lecture and acquaints students
ABT       111               Basic Repair                                                       with general laboratory procedures. Primarily for non-science majors.
This course introduces students to repair techniques for shaping and restoring                 5000     AAW 4              STAFF          MTWTh    10:20AM-11:10AM          S239
body panels to their original shape using hand and power tools. Each lab and                   5002     BAW 4              STAFF          MTWTh    11:30AM-12:20PM          S239
lecture class includes instructions on the safe use of hand and power tools.                   8500     WBW 4              STAFF           MW      6:10PM- 8:00PM           S154
Students will take ASSET test first week of class if not previously taken.
                                                                                               BIO       1001              General Biology Lab [M/S]
6200     BA        5        LOZANO, R                 DAILY     12:00PM-12:50PM         V127
                                                                                               Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 100.
ABT       1111              Basic Repair Lab                                                   5004     AAW 1              STAFF            F      10:20AM-12:10PM          S154
                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.
Students spend hands-on time using basic metal straightening, power and
hand tool techniques.                                                                          5006     BAW 1              STAFF            F      12:40PM- 2:30PM          S154
                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.
6202     AA       1- 9      BRICKEY, L                DAILY      8:00AM-11:50AM         V126
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                8502     WBW 1              STAFF            T       6:10PM- 8:00PM          S154
                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.
6204     BA       1- 9      LOZANO, R                 DAILY      1:00PM- 3:50PM         V126
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                               BIO       105               Cell Biology for Health Sciences [M/S]
ABT       211               Repair Methods                                                     An introduction to basic cell structure and physiology with emphasis on:
This course has two segments. In the first segment, students learn the basics                  Function and structure of cell membranes; metabolism and enzyme func-
of vehicle repair estimating using estimating manuals and computer gen-                        tion; genetics and protein synthesis; genetics of viruses, prokaryotes, and
erated estimates. In the second segment, students learn to use basic and                       eukaryotes; cell signaling and communication. The use of models, micro-
advanced measuring tools and equipment for straightening and replacing                         scope slides and physiological experiments illustrate cellular structure and
structural components.                                                                         function. Prerequisite: Strongly recommended: high school chemistry, or
                                                                                               CHM 100/CHM 1001 or higher, or concurrent enrollment. This course does
6208     AA        5        HAYES, R                  DAILY      7:00AM- 7:50AM         V122
                                                                                               not satisfy the prerequisite for BIO 112/BIO 1121 or BIO 113/BIO 1131.
ABT       2111              Repair Methods Lab                                                 5008     AAW       4        CEPEDA, O      MTWTh    9:10AM-10:00AM           S238
Lab to be taken concurrently with ABT 211.                                                     5010     BAW       4        RUSCH, M       MTWTh    10:20AM-11:10AM          S238
6210     AA       1- 9      HAYES, R                  DAILY      8:00AM-11:50AM         V126   5012     CAW       4        TAFF, G        MTWTh    1:50PM- 2:40PM           S239
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                5014     DAW       4        COCHRAN, J     MTWTh    1:50PM- 2:40PM           S238
                                                                                               8504     WBW       4        STAFF           MW      6:10PM- 8:10PM           S153
                                         AUTOMOTIVE                                            BIO       1051              Cell Biology for Health Sciences Lab [M/S]
AMT 110                     Introduction Automotive Technology                                 Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 105.
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student basic knowledge                     5018     AAW 1              RUSCH, M         T      11:30AM- 1:20PM          S153
                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.
and understanding of all eight vehicle systems including: Electrical, engines,
brakes, suspension, manual transmissions and drive train components, heat-                     5020     BAW 1              RUSCH, M         W      11:30AM- 1:20PM          S153
                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.
ing and air conditioning, automatic transmissions and engine performance.                      5022     CAW       1        STAFF            Th     11:30AM- 1:20PM          S153
Prerequisite: Completion of college placement test.                                            $10.50 lab fee.
6302     AA        4        VON HOLTEN               MTWTh       7:00AM- 8:00AM       V132A    5024     DAW 1              STAFF            F      11:30AM- 1:20PM          S153
                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.
AMT 1101                    Introduction Automotive Technology Lab                             8506     WBW 1              STAFF            T       6:10PM- 8:10PM          S153
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 110.                                                     $10.50 lab fee.
6304     AA       10        VON HOLTEN               MTWTh       8:10AM- 1:00PM         V133
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                BIO       110               Human Biology [M/S]
                                                                                               The biology of the human organism. Evolution, ecology, the functioning of
AMT 220                     Advanced Electrical and Electronics                                cells, tissues and the major organ systems form the core of the class. Empha-
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a highly developed                  sis is placed on providing the student with sufficient background to make
understanding of the theory, diagnosis and service of the advanced automo-                     informed decisions relating to the biological aspects of the human species.
tive electrical and electronic operating systems. Prerequisite: AMT 1402.                      Primarily for non-science majors.
6306     AA        2        PRATHER, M               MTWTh       7:00AM- 8:00AM       V132A    5030     BAW 4              CEPEDA, O      MTWTh    8:00AM- 8:50AM           S239
                                                                                               5032     CAW 4              CEPEDA, O      MTWTh    10:20AM-11:10AM          S154
                                                                                               5034     DAW 4              CEPEDA, O      MTWTh    11:30AM-12:20PM          S154

                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                        Credit Classes – 20
          Credit Classes                                         Biology – Business Administration
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR      DAY     TIME                 LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
BIO       1101              Human Biology Lab [M/S]                                 BIO       2601              Microbiology Lab [M/S]
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 110.                                          Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 260.
5038     BAW 1              STAFF            F       8:00AM- 9:50AM          S151   5082     AAW 2              VON REIS, J                TTh            10:20AM-12:20PM                      S246
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                     $10.50 lab fee.
5040     CAS       1        STAFF           W        8:00AM- 9:50AM          S154   8514     WBW 2              VON REIS, J                TTh            4:00PM- 6:00PM                       S246
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                     $10.50 lab fee.
5042     DAW 1              STAFF           Th       8:00AM- 9:50AM          S154
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                     BIO       299               Special Studies
                                                                                    Intended for student projects of undergraduate research.
BIO       111               Core Biology-The Cell [M/S]                             5084     AAW 1-15 VON REIS, J                          ARR            ARR
An introductory cell biology lecture and lab course for biology majors, pre-        $10.50 lab fee.
medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy and other pre-pro-
fessional students planning to transfer to a four-year university. This is the                             BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
first of a three quarter series with an emphasis on cell chemistry, structure,
metabolism, energetics, cell division, cell signaling, the molecular basis of       BA        101               Introduction to Business
inheritance and development, and the basis of genetic engineering. Health           A critical survey of the theory, principles, and practices of modern business.
Science majors are advised to take BIO 105/BIO 1051. Prerequisite: A grade          The theme is building world class employees who produce and distribute
of 2.0 or better in CHM 100/CHM 1001 or higher.                                     world class goods and services in an increasingly competitive global mar-
5044     AAW 4              RUSCH, M       MTWTh     9:10AM-10:00AM          S153   ketplace. Critical thinking, systems understanding, resource allocation, hu-
5046     BAW 4              VON REIS, J    MTWTh     1:50PM- 2:40PM          S153   man relations, and technology application are emphasized.
                                                                                    1010     AA        5        HOLAND, G                MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                     B103
BIO       1111              Core Biology-The Cell Lab [M/S]                         1012     BA        5        BAYLESS, S               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                    W180C
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 111.
5048     AAW 1              RUSCH, M         F       9:10AM-11:00AM          S153   BA        107               Federal Income Taxes
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                     This course emphasizes tax planning and tax recognition, not tax expertise.
5050     BAW 1              RUSCH, M         F       1:50PM- 3:40PM          S153   Students will be aware of the many issues and general solutions in taxation,
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                     including tax considerations in business decision-making, tax effects of busi-
                                                                                    ness transactions; taxation of compensation; fringe benefits; capital gains;
BIO       221               Anatomy/Physiology I [M/S]                              fixed asset transactions; tax credits; alternative minimum tax and passive
The structure and functions of systems of the human body; integumentary,            activity rules, but leaving the detailed tax planning or compliance work for
skeletal, muscular, and nervous. The use of human models and cats illustrate        other tax courses. Recommended prerequisite: BA 251.
the systems. Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or better in BIO 105/BIO 1051 or BIO
111/BIO 1111. Recommended CHM 100/CHM 1001.                                         8102     DII       5        WEND, T                    ARR            ARR
                                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
5054     AAW       4        LYNCH, J       MTWTh    8:00AM- 8:50AM           S156   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                    an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/18/07, 7:00 p.m., Room B102.
5056     BAW       4        LYNCH, J       MTWTh    9:10AM-10:00AM           S156
5058     CAW       4        HARRIS, S       MW      12:40PM- 2:30PM          S156   BA        111               Computerized Accounting
5060     DAW       4        HARRIS, S       MW      3:00PM- 4:50PM           S156
                                                                                    This course will require students to use QuickBooks to account for service and
BIO       2211              Anatomy/Physiology I Lab [M/S]                          merchandising businesses. The different modules include Accounts Receiv-
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 221.                                          able, Accounts Payable, Payroll and integration of Microsoft Excel and Word.
5062     AAW 2              LYNCH, J        MW      10:20AM-12:00PM          S156   Prerequisites: BA 251 and BA 252 or concurrent enrollment in BA 252.
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                     8104     DII       4        WYSOCKI, C                 ARR            ARR
                                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
5063     BAW 2              LYNCH, J        TTh     10:20AM-12:00PM          S156   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                     an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:30 p.m., Room B102.
5064     CAW       2        HARRIS, S       TTh     12:40PM- 2:30PM          S156
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                    BA        1111              Computerized Accounting Lab
5066     DAW 2              HARRIS, S       TTh      3:00PM- 4:50PM          S156   Lab to be taken concurrently with BA 111.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                    8106     DII       1        WYSOCKI, C                 ARR            ARR
                                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
BIO       222               Anatomy/Physiology II [M/S]                             to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
Continuation of BIO 221/BIO 2211: Endocrine, digestive, respiratory, circu-         an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:30 p.m., Room B102.
latory, lymphatic, urinary and reproductive systems. Prerequisite: A grade
of 2.0 or better in BIO 221/BIO 2211.                                               BA        120               Personal Finance
                                                                                    A decision-making approach to personal financial planning. Students will
5068     AAW 4              BRADY, M        MW      10:20AM-11:10AM          S151
5069     BAW 4              BRADY, M       MTWTh    3:00PM- 3:50PM           S151   use course materials and Internet resources to develop personal financial
                                                                                    strategies.
BIO       2221              Anatomy/Physiology II Lab [M/S]                         8108     DII       5        WYSOCKI, C                 ARR            ARR
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 222.                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                    to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
5070     AAW 2              BRADY, M        MW      12:40PM- 2:30PM          S151   an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:00 p.m., Room B102.
$10.50 lab fee.
5071     BAW 4              BRADY, M        TTh     12:40PM- 2:30PM          S151   BA        150               Advertising Principles
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                     Study of when and how to use the major advertising mediums, with empha-
                                                                                    sis on local advertising. The course will include media buying, copy-writing,
BIO       260               Microbiology [M/S]                                      layouts, production, market research, and sales promotion.
Basic principles, concepts and techniques in the study of bacteria, protists,
                                                                                    1014     AA        5        WHITE, G                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                     B104A
fungi, and viruses. Concepts of immunity and the role of micro-organisms
in medicine. Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or better in BIO 105/BIO 1051 or BIO      BA        1952              Supervised Employment
111/BIO 1111. Strongly recommended: CHM 100/CHM 1001, BIO 221/BIO                   A supervised paid work experience in a community agency, business, or in-
2211 and BIO 222/BIO 2221 (for nursing majors) or BIO 112/BIO 1121 and              dustrial firm involving the application and practice of skills and principles
BIO 113/BIO 1131 (for biology majors).                                              learned in the classroom. Instructor’s permission required.
5080     AAW 4              VON REIS, J     MW      10:20AM-12:20PM          S246   8110     AA       1-15 HOLAND, G                       ARR            ARR
8512     WBW 4              VON REIS, J     MW      4:00PM- 6:00PM           S246


21 – Credit Classes                                                                                               *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                Business Administration                                        Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY    TIME                 LOCATION
BA        1962              Employment Seminar                                                                     BA        265              Marketing Principles
Designed to provide students with insight into the many aspects of the world                                       Study of marketing functions from the viewpoint of the manager covering
of work through discussions of their personal work environments, encom-                                            such topics as marketing, distribution channels, price market grid, transpor-
passing actual on-the-job training and observations. Concurrent enrollment                                         tation, and consumer behavior.
with BA 1952. May be repeated to a maximum of six credits.                                                         1032     AA       5        HOLAND, G      MTWTh     10:20AM-11:20AM         B103
8112     AA       1- 5      HOLAND, G                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   BA        267              Marketing Special Projects
BA        250               Management Information Systems                                                         A practical and student-centered project oriented class, utilizing marketing
An overview of management information systems foundations and essen-                                               skills to develop marketing plans for the Tri-Cities area business and chari-
tials including database management, electronic commerce, and emerging                                             table organizations. The use of primary and secondary data collection, re-
technologies. Development, management, and organization of information                                             search, business start-up planning, profitable business decision making, and
systems complete this basic course.                                                                                business communications skills as they relate to a final project. Prerequisite:
1016     AAW 5              WYSOCKI, C                 MW             9:10AM-10:10AM                     B104B     Instructor’s permission.
                            WYSOCKI, C                 TTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      B102     1034     AA      1-15 HOLAND, G           MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM         B103
$10.50 lab fee.
8114     DII       5        WYSOCKI, C                 ARR            ARR                                          BA        268              Marketing Special Projects II
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project course uti-
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 6:00 p.m., Room B102.            lizing material provided by proposing clients. Included in this project is the
                                                                                                                   development of a marketing promotional plan for-profit and not- for-profit
BA        251               Principles of Accounting                                                               companies. This special project is designed to help the student use market-
Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situations. Intro-                                        ing skills related to primary and secondary data collecting and added re-
duction to the accounting cycle for service and merchandising firms con-                                           searched data, business startup planning, making a business more profit-
trolling to purchases and sales with business papers, special journals, and                                        able, and decision-making as they relate to the final promotion of a product
subsidiary ledgers.                                                                                                or business. As in course BA 267 more advanced projects will be assigned
1018     AAW       5        WEND, T                  MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       B101    and above skills will be expanded.
1020     BAW       5        WEND, T                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       B101    1036     AA      1-15 HOLAND, G           MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM         B103
1022     CAW       5        WEND, T                  MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      B101    Instructor’s permission required.
1024     DAW       5        WYSOCKI, C               MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      B102
8116     DII       5        MALONE, C                 ARR             ARR                                          BA        269              Marketing Special Projects III
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project course uti-
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.            lizing material provided by proposing clients, student researched data. In-
8118     WB        5        HOLMES, J                  TTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM                       B101    cluded in this project is the development of a marketing promotional plan
                                                                                                                   for-profit and not-for-profit companies. This special project is designed to
BA        252               Principles of Accounting                                                               help the student use marketing skills related to effective business promo-
The theory and practice of accounting, including financial statements. Em-                                         tion and/or product development. Selling skills, creative planning and im-
phasis on partnership and corporate accounting. Prerequisite: BA 251 or                                            plementation training will be utilized for the clients benefit. As in course BA
instructor’s permission.                                                                                           268 more technical and advanced projects and research will be assigned and
1026     AAW 5              WYSOCKI, C               MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      B102    the above skills will be expanded to client specifications.
8120     DII 5              MALONE, C                 ARR             ARR                                          1038     AA      1-15 HOLAND, G           MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM         B103
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   Instructor’s permission required.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.
                                                                                                                   BA        271              Human Relations Business
BA        253               Principles of Accounting                                                               Study of the individual and his or her growth and development. Course is
A continuation of BA 252. Introduction of manufacturing and cost account-                                          designed to enable students to establish goals and lead others in the ac-
ing. Analysis of financial statements, budgeting and cost volume analysis.                                         complishment of those goals. It is aimed at heightening the students aware-
Prerequisite: BA 252.                                                                                              ness of leadership and management.
1028     AAW 5              KEY, G                   MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       B106    8128     WB       5        HOLAND, G       MW       5:00PM- 7:10PM          B103
8122     DII 5              MALONE, C                 ARR             ARR                                          BA        2952             Supervised Employment
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      A supervised, paid work experience in a community agency, business or in-
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.
                                                                                                                   dustrial firm involving the application and practice of skills and principles
                                                                                                                   learned in the classroom. Instructor’s permission required.
BA        254               Business Law
An introduction to the American legal system including its social, politi-                                         1040     AA      1- 5      HOLAND, G       ARR      ARR
cal, and philosophical roots. The court system and judicial procedures are                                                                    WYSOCKI, C      ARR      ARR
                                                                                                                                              KEY, G          ARR      ARR
critically examined, and the class inquires extensively into business torts,
crimes, and contracts.
1030     AAW 5              KEY, G                   MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                       I107
8124     DII 5              WYSOCKI, C                ARR             ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 6:30 p.m., Room B102.

BA        262               Management Principles
A study of the essentials of management in merchandising, manufacturing,
agriculture, agrichemical business, and service businesses.
8126     WB        5        JUDY, B                    MW             7:30PM- 9:40PM                     B104A




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                            Credit Classes – 22
          Credit Classes                                                     Chemistry
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY    TIME                LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME              LOCATION

                                         CHEMISTRY                                 CHM 1101                     General Chemistry/Health Science Lab [M/S]
                                                                                   Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 110.
CHM 100                     Survey of Chemistry [M/S]                              5106      AA        1        GASSMAN, C          T        10:20AM-12:10PM       S134
Basic introduction to chemical principles as they apply to the structure and        $10.50 lab fee.
behavior of matter. Illustrations from everyday life, environmental topics,        8526      WB        1        LINI, D             T         6:00PM- 8:00PM       S134
medicine, and biochemistry will be used to illustrate chemical principles. Top-     $10.50 lab fee.
ics include: Measurement in science, properties of matter, atomic structure,
bonding, nuclear chemistry, mole concept, gas laws, solutions, and acids/          CHM 111                      General Chemistry I [M/S]
bases. Assumes no previous chemistry and designed to fulfill the chemistry         Fundamental concepts, stoichiometry, atomic structure and chemical
requirement for the AAS degree in Nursing at CBC. Course may also be used          bonding, nomenclature, periodic table trends, reactions, oxidation-reduc-
to fulfill the general science requirement for the AA degree. Prerequisite: MTH    tion and gas laws. Problem-solving techniques stressed. Prerequisite: High
091/MTH 096 or higher. (MTH 106 and Vocational Math do not apply.)                 school chemistry with a grade of B or better, or CHM 101/CHM 1011, with
                                                                                   a grade of 2.0 or better.
5086     AA        4        HYLDEN, J       MTWTh    8:00AM- 9:00AM         S151
5088     BA        4        GASSMAN, C      MTWTh    12:40PM- 1:30PM        S226   5108      AA        4        GRANT, K          MTWTh      9:10AM-10:00AM        S145
8516     WB        4        LINI, D          MW      5:00PM- 8:00PM         S143   5110      BA        4        ROGERS, T         MTWTh      11:30AM-12:20PM       N104
                                                                                   8527      WB        4        GRANT, K           MW        5:00PM- 8:30PM        S238
CHM 1001                    Survey of Chemistry Lab [M/S]
Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 100.                                         CHM 1111                     General Chemistry I Lab [M/S]
                                                                                   Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 111.
5090     AA        1        STAFF            W       9:10AM-11:00AM         S136
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    5112      AA        1        HYLDEN, J           T        10:20AM- 1:10PM       S138
                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
5092     BA        1        ZABARAUSKAS      Th      1:50PM- 3:40PM         S136
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    5114      BA        1        HOPPE, E            Th        1:50PM- 4:40PM       S138
                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
8518     WB        1        LINI, D          W       5:00PM- 8:00PM         S136
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    5115      CA        1        STAFF               T         1:50PM- 4:40PM       S138
                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
CHM 101                     Introduction to Chemistry [M/S]                        8528      WB        1        GRANT, K            W         5:00PM- 8:30PM       S138
                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
Introduction to chemical principles, chemical measurements, matter and
energy, atomic theory, periodic properties, mole concept, molecules, com-
pounds and chemical bonding, nomenclature and chemical equations, stoi-            CHM 199                      Special Studies
                                                                                   5087      AA       1- 4      GASSMAN, C        MTWTh       9:10AM-10:10AM       S226
chiometry and chemical calculations, gas laws, solids, liquids, phase changes,      $10.50 lab fee.
oxidation-reduction reactions, solutions, reaction rates and chemical equi-
librium, and acids/bases. The course is directed toward students needing a         CHM 1991                     Special Studies
knowledge of the fundamentals of inorganic chemistry and planning to ob-           5091      AA       1- 1      GASSMAN, C          Th       10:20AM-12:10PM       S141
tain a degree in the physical/life science/engineering disciplines. Excellent       $10.50 lab fee.
preparation for CHM 111/CHM 1111. Prerequisite: MTH 095 or MTH 098.
                                                                                   CHM 221                      Organic Chemistry I [M/S]
5094     AA        4        ROGERS, T       MTWTh    10:20AM-11:10AM        S226   Stresses nomenclature, structure, stereochemistry, and introduces concep-
5096     BA        4        ROGERS, T       MTWTh    12:40PM- 1:30PM        S239
8520     WB        4        LUCKE, R          M      5:00PM- 8:00PM         S226
                                                                                   tual material needed to understand reaction mechanisms and synthesis.
                            LUCKE, R          W      5:00PM- 6:00PM         S226   Prerequisite: CHM 113/CHM 1131.
                                                                                   5116      AA        3        GRANT, K           MTW        8:00AM- 8:50AM       S143
CHM 1011                    Introduction to Chemistry Lab [M/S]
Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 101.                                         CHM 2211                     Organic Chemistry I Lab [M/S]
5098     AA        1        STAFF            W       8:00AM- 9:50AM         S134   Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 221.
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    5118      AA        3        HYLDEN, J          TTh        1:50PM- 4:40PM       S141
                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
5100     BA        1        ZABARAUSKAS      W       10:20AM-12:10PM        S134
$10.50 lab fee.
5102     CA        1        COOKE, J         W       12:40PM- 2:30PM        S134   CHM 2861                     Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry
8522     WB        1        LUCKE, R         W       6:00PM- 8:00PM         S134   beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry
                                                                                   out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with
CHM 110                     General Chemistry/Health Science [M/S]                 other students). Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,
Fundamentals of inorganic chemistry with special emphasis on the applica-          or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission
tion of principles to the health sciences. Topics covered include: Measure-        is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used
ments, energy, atomic structure, chemical bonding, nomenclature, mole              as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses.
concept, stoichiometry, gas laws, liquid and solid states, solutions, equilib-     5119      AA       1- 3      ROGERS, T           F         9:00AM- 1:00PM       S141
rium, acid/base chemistry, oxidation-reduction and nuclear chemistry. (Stu-         $10.50 lab fee.
dents pursuing an Associate Degree in Nursing should take CHM 100/CHM              5120      BA       1- 3      GRANT, K           ARR       ARR                   S141
1001). Prerequisite: MTH 091/MTH 096 or higher. (MTH 106 and Vocational             $10.50 lab fee.
Math do not apply.)
5104     AA        4        GASSMAN, C      MTWTh    8:00AM- 8:50AM         S226   CHM 2862                     Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
8524     WB        4        LINI, D           Th     5:00PM- 8:00PM         S226   Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry
                            LINI, D            T     5:00PM- 6:00PM         S226   beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the
                                                                                   instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry
                                                                                   out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with
                                                                                   other students). Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,
                                                                                   or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission
                                                                                   is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used
                                                                                   as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses.
                                                                                   5122      AA       1- 3      GRANT, K           ARR       ARR                   S141
                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.




23 – Credit Classes                                                                                               *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                     Chinese – Computer Application                                             Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                  COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME               LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                   DAY          TIME                           LOCATION
CHM 2863                    Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                CHM 2869                    Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry                  Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry
beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the            beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the
instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry       instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry
out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with          out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with
other students). Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,         other students). Prerequisite: CHM101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,
or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission          or high school Chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission
is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used         is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used
as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses.                   as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses.
5124     AA       1- 3      GRANT, K           ARR       ARR                    S141   5136     AA       1- 3      GRANT, K                    ARR            ARR                               S141
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.

CHM 2864                    Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry
                                                                                                                                     CHINESE
beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the            CHIN 101                    Chinese First Quarter [H]
instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry       Introduction to the Chinese language including speaking and listening skills,
out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with          reading, writing, and grammar and Chinese culture including geography,
other students). Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,         customs, daily life, and heritage. Designed for the novice learner of Chinese,
or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission          with little or no proficiency in the Chinese language. Recommended that
is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used         students have successfully completed at least ENG 099.
as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses.                   2502     AA        5        SUN, Y                    MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                    A329
5126     AA       1- 3      GRANT, K           ARR       ARR                    S141
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   COMPUTER APPLICATION
CHM 2865                    Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                CA        100               Introduction to Microcomputers
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry                  Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or in-
beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the            terface systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet
instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry       software through hands-on experience. Recommended: Keyboarding ex-
out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with          perience or AOT 101 taken concurrently.
other students). Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,
or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission          6218     AA        4        JOHNSTON, K                 MW             9:10AM-11:20AM
                                                                                       $10.50 lab fee.
is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used         6222     BA        4        FREER, J                  MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                    T547
as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses.                   $10.50 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
5128     AA       1- 3      GRANT, K           ARR       ARR                    S141   6224     BA        4        STAFF                       TTh            12:40PM- 2:50PM                  W160
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                       6226     CA        4        FREER, J                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                    T547
CHM 2866                    Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                $10.50 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry                  6228     CA        4        CRIDER, T                 MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                     I105
beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the            $10.50 lab fee.
instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry       8632     DA        4        DYE, S                      TTh            5:15PM- 7:25PM                   W160
out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with          $10.50 lab fee.
other students). Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,         8634     DII       4        SIDWELL, K                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission          visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used         taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/17/07 at 5:00 p.m. in T550. Contact ksidwell@
                                                                                       columbiabasin.edu for info.
as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses.
5130     AA       1- 3      GRANT, K           ARR       ARR                    S141   8636     DII       4        JOHNSTON, K                 ARR            ARR
                                                                                       $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                        occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
                                                                                       previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
CHM 2867                    Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                6232     EA        4        FREER, J                  MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                   T547
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry                  $10.50 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the            8638     EA        4        CABLE, M                    MW             5:15PM- 7:25PM                     I105
instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry       $10.50 lab fee.
out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with          6234     FA        4        FREER, J                  MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                   T547
                                                                                       $10.50 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
other students). Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,
or high school Chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission          6219     JA        4        CABLE, M                    MW             9:10AM-11:20AM
                                                                                       $10.50 lab fee.
is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used
as a substitute for required credits in other CBC Chemistry courses.                   8640     WB        4        SIDWELL, K                  MW             5:00PM- 7:20PM                    T547
                                                                                       $10.50 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
5132     AA       1- 3      GRANT, K           ARR       ARR                    S141   8642     WK        4        LUND, E                       F            5:00PM- 9:30PM                   W165
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.

CHM 2868                    Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                CA        172               Word Processing
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry                  Develops employable word processing skills and implements effective appli-
beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By arrangement with the            cation in a business environment using a word processing software, currently
instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry       Microsoft Word. Topics covered include all major functions of Word, includ-
out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with          ing margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graphics, merge,
other students). Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2.0 or higher,         styles, outline, tables of contents, and templates. Preparation for Microsoft Of-
or high school Chemistry with a grade of B or better. Instructor’s permission          fice User Certification. (Cross-coded with AOT 172). Prerequisite: CA 100.
is also required to enroll. Note: Credits earned in this course cannot be used         8644     BA        5        DYE, S                      MW             5:15PM- 7:25PM                   W165
as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses.                   $10.50 lab fee.
5134     AA       1- 3      GRANT, K           ARR       ARR                    S141   8646     DII       5        JOHNSTON, K                 ARR            ARR
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                        $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
                                                                                       occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
                                                                                       previously taken an on-line class at CBC.

                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                  Credit Classes – 24
          Credit Classes                                                                           Computer Science
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                 DAY          TIME                             LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION

                                 COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                                CS        110               Windows Operating Systems 1
                                                                                                                 This is an introductory Operating System course using Windows XP. Topics
CS        101               Introduction to Computers and Information                                            include: Operating system fundamentals, organizing disks, managing files,
                            Technology                                                                           system maintenance, customizing computer systems, system backup, OLE
CS 101 is a five-credit introductory class designed to meet the needs of all                                     technology, shortcuts, troubleshooting tools, system performance, com-
students as defined in CBC’s “Using Information Technology & Tools Student                                       puter safeguards, solving problems, and optimizing computer systems.
Learning Outcome.” The class emphasizes the cognitive aspects of dealing                                         Prerequisite: CS 101. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better
with Information Technology (IT): Evaluating information, learning practi-                                       before taking this class.
cal IT skills, solving problems, and dealing with information related issues                                     8310     DII       5        MIJIC, M                   ARR            ARR
such as privacy, security, ethics, etc. Students will also learn computer ba-                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                                                                                                 visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
sics, using Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email and Internet skills to                                       taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/17/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T549. Contact mmijic@
locate, present and report information. Prerequisite: There is no prerequi-                                      columbiabasin.edu for info.
site for the class.                                                                                              3016     EAW       5        HENRY, C                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      T559
                                                                                                                 $10.50 lab fee.
3000     AA        5        FREER, J                MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                      T547
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                 CS        113               Introduction to the Internet
3002     DAW 5              HUMPHREY, D             MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM                      T547
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                  Effective use of the Internet is recognized as an important asset for profes-
8300     DII       5        WOLF, D                   ARR           ARR                                          sionals in virtually every area of work or study. The students will learn how
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional        to use the Internet in a productive way to access services, resources, and
visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously   information. Prerequisite: Computer experience.
taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 5:00 p.m. in T550. Contact dwolf@
columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                      8312     DII       2        WOLF, D                    ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                                                                                                 visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
CS        102               Visual Basic 1 [Q/SR]                                                                taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/17/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact dwolf@
This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic.NET. It is                                      columbiabasin.edu for info.
designed for those with little or no programming experience. Topics include:                                     3018     FAW       2        STAFF                      MW             12:40PM- 1:40PM                      T548
Program development cycle, fundamentals of programming in Visual Ba-                                             $10.50 lab fee.
sic, decisions, repetitions, controls, functions, and procedures. Prerequisite:
MTH 095 or MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better                                        CS        114               HTML (Internet Publishing 1)
before taking this class.                                                                                        This course will provide the students with the skills needed to create Web
                                                                                                                 pages using XHTML. The students will learn how to include text, pictures,
3004     BAW 5              DEHAAN, M               MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      T559
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                  and hypertext links, as well as tables, forms, and frames. They will also learn
3006     CAW       5        HENRY, C                MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      T559    how to create and manipulate image maps and animated GIFs. In addition,
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                  students will be exposed to the critical design concepts including: Visual de-
3008     DAW 5              WOLF, D                 MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM                      T559    sign, user interface design, designing for accessibility, and designing techni-
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                  cally correct (valid) documents. Prerequisite: CS 101. All prerequisites must
8302     DII       5        WOLF, D                   ARR           ARR                                          be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously   3020     FA        5        SAKO, T                  MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      T550
taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/17/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact dwolf@      $10.50 lab fee.
columbiabasin.edu for info.
3010     EAW       5        MIJIC, M                MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM                      T559    CS        122               PC Hardware 2
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                  This is the second course in a two-course series designed to provide the
8304     XB        5        MIJIC, M                  TTh            5:00PM- 7:20PM                      T559    knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for a successful computer service
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                  technician as defined by experts from companies across the industry. Stu-
                                                                                                                 dents will learn how to troubleshoot and repair hardware problems, and
CS        106               Database Systems                                                                     install components. Hardware topics include: Memory, I/O busses, remov-
This is a beginning database course in which the student will create, modify,                                    able and fixed drives, optical drives, graphics and sounds, and printers. Pre-
and implement relational databases using Microsoft Access. Topics include:                                       requisite: CS 109. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better be-
Tables, queries, forms, reports, sharing information with other programs,                                        fore taking this class.
data access pages, advanced queries, managing database objects, and cre-
ating macros and switchboards. Prerequisite: CS 101. All prerequisites must                                      3022     CA        5        SAKO, T                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       T544
                                                                                                                 $10.50 lab fee.
be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.
3012     BAW 5              HENRY, C                MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      T549    CS        150               Computer Security
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                  This class covers the basics of computer security. Students will learn about
8306     XB        5        SIDWELL, K                TTh            7:30PM- 9:50PM                      T566    virus protection, installing security patches, using firewalls to protect net-
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                 works, cryptography and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), and legal issues.
CS        109               PC Hardware 1                                                                        Prerequisites: CS 109 and CS 110, or instructor’s permission. All prerequisites
This is the first course in a two-course series designed to provide the knowl-                                   must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.
edge, skills, and abilities essential for a successful computer service techni-                                  8314     DII       5        DEHAAN, M                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
cian as defined by experts from companies across the industry. Hardware                                          to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
topics include: Power supply, CPUs, and motherboards. Other topics in-                                           an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mdehaan@
                                                                                                                 columbiabasin.edu for info.
clude: DOS Operating System, number systems, working safely and pro-
fessionally, and the customer relations skills necessary in the industry. Pre-
requisite: CS 101.
3014     EAW       5        HUMPHREY, D             MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM                      T544
$10.50 lab fee.
8308     WB        5        SIDWELL, K                TTh            5:00PM- 7:20PM                      T544
$10.50 lab fee.




25 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                            *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                     Computer Science                                                      Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
CS        161               C++1 [Q/SR]                                                                            CS        203               Advanced Graphics Software & Multimedia
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the                                   This class teaches the student how to use PhotoShop. The focus is on both
C++ programming language. C++ is an extension of C language, which in-                                             using the software and the elements of design as they specifically apply to
cludes both procedural and object-oriented programming. It is the basis                                            online applications. The students will learn color theory, typography, using
for most PC based windows programs. Students will learn C++ keywords,                                              layers, compression and the various file formats, and preparing images for
control structures, functions, arrays, strings, and introduction to classes and                                    use on the Web. Students will learn how to use the basic PhotoShop tools,
objects. Prerequisite: MTH 095 or MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed                                        as well as the filters, the pen tool, the shape tools, and the selection tools.
with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.                                                                     Students will also learn advanced techniques such as converting between
3024     BAW 5              ROBBINS, T               MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       T548    paths and selections, using masks to selectively apply filter or changes to
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    an image, etc. Prerequisite: CS 101. All prerequisites must be passed with a
8316     DII       5        ROBBINS, T                 ARR            ARR                                          2.0 or better before taking this class.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an   3036     DA        5        SAKO, T                  MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      T548
on-line class at CBC. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC Homepage/elearning        $10.50 lab fee.
one week before quarter starts. All students log into WebCT to get class materials on 9/17/07. Contact trobbins@
columbiabasin.edu for questions.
                                                                                                                   CS        206               Database Design
8318     WBW 5              HUMPHREY, D                TTh            5:00PM- 7:20PM                       T566    An advanced course designed to help students understand concepts in-
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   cluding: SQL, integrity constraints, relational database design, normaliza-
CS        162               C++2 [Q/SR]                                                                            tion, and physical database design. Students also gain hands-on experi-
This is an intermediate C++ course that provides students an understand-                                           ence using Microsoft. Prerequisites: CS 106, MTH 095 or MTH 098, and/or
ing of key object-oriented programming (OOP) theories and concepts, and                                            instructor’s permission. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or bet-
how to create and manipulate objects in a GUI environment. The students                                            ter before taking this class.
will learn advanced features of C++ including: Arrays, strings, file process-                                      3038     CAW       5        WOLF, D                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       T548
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
ing, classes, inheritance, composition, pointers, virtual functions, templates,
and introduction to linked lists. Prerequisite: CS 161. All prerequisites must                                     CS        207               Word Implementation
be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.                                                           This class teaches application-specific skills that will enable students to ef-
3026     DAW 5              ROBBINS, T               MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      T550    fectively implement, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft Word within a
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   corporate environment. There is a strong emphasis on the skills required for
8320     DII       5        ROBBINS, T                 ARR            ARR                                          supporting users of Microsoft Word in a workgroup. This class is designed
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an   to help prepare students for the MOUS Word Expert Certification test. (Extra
on-line class at CBC. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC Homepage/elearning
one week before quarter starts. All students log into WebCT to get class materials on 9/17/07. Contact trobbins@   study and product experience are typically required to pass a certification
columbiabasin.edu for questions.                                                                                   exam). Prerequisite: AOT 172, CS 107, or instructor’s permission. All prereq-
                                                                                                                   uisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.
CS        171               C# 1                                                                                   8324     DII       5        DEHAAN, M                  ARR            ARR
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
C# programming language using Microsoft Visual Studio. Topics included:                                            an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mdehaan@
Visual programming, visual studio, control structures, object-oriented pro-                                        columbiabasin.edu for info.
gramming, selection structure, repetition structure, methods, and classes.
Prerequisite: MTH 095 or MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed with a                                          CS        208               Advanced Spreadsheets
2.0 or better before taking this class.                                                                            An advanced spreadsheets course with topics including: Integrating Excel
8322     FAW       5        ROBBINS, T               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      T566    with other Windows programs and the World Wide Web, working with mul-
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    tiple worksheets, data tables and scenario management, using solver for
                                                                                                                   complex problems, importing data into Excel, exchanging Excel with Visual
CS        1952              Work-based Learning 1                                                                  Basic, and installation and troubleshooting user’s problems. Prerequisite:
An internship course designed to provide a single contact point for quality                                        AOT 124 or instructor’s permission. All prerequisites must be passed with a
technical support service and/or other computer related service in a timely                                        2.0 or better before taking this class.
manner for college faculty, staff, administrators, and/or a local employer. It                                     8326     DII       5        DEHAAN, M                  ARR            ARR
also provides practical experience for technical support students as an inte-                                      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
gral part of the overall academic program. This course is for academic credits                                     an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mdehaan@
only and non-paying. Students are required to work 55 hours to earn one                                            columbiabasin.edu for info.
credit hour. Prerequisite: CS student and instructor’s permission.
3028     GA       1- 2      DEHAAN, M                  MW             1:50PM- 2:50PM                       T566    CS        222               Novell
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    This course is an introduction to Novell Netware. It provides students with
3030     GA       1- 5      DEHAAN, M                MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       T566    basic knowledge about implementing NetWare and using it’s manage-
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    ment tools. The course will contain information on setting up and manag-
                                                                                                                   ing network access for users, managing the file system, securing NDS and
CS        1953              Work-based Learning 2                                                                  the file system, and server installation. Prerequisites: CS 109 and MTH 095
Required for Computer Science program students who receive on-the-job                                              or MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before
training on information systems or any computer-related assignments. In-                                           taking this class.
structor’s signature is required for registration. Includes components of job                                      3040     EAW       5        WOLF, D                  MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      T549
search skills/career management, written communication, and cultural di-                                           $10.50 lab fee.
versity. Students are required to work 33 hours to earn one credit hour, and
are paid by the employer. In addition, students must meet the requirements
of job performance specified by the employer and learning objectives. Em-
ployers and the college cooperate in providing an educational experience
relevant to the demands of today’s work. Prerequisite: CS student, a job
placement, and instructor’s permission.
3032     GA       1- 2      DEHAAN, M                  MW             1:50PM- 2:50PM                       T566
$10.50 lab fee.
3034     GA       1- 5      DEHAAN, M                MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       T566
$10.50 lab fee.



                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                              Credit Classes – 26
          Credit Classes                                         Computer Science – Criminal Justice
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY     TIME                 LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
CS        223               Unix/Linux                                               CS        262               Game Programming Design
This course will prepare students to administer UNIX and Linux. This course          A course in Game Programming Design helps students understand impor-
covers topics related to: Installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and          tant fundamentals of how to develop game applications using object-ori-
optimization of a Linux Server. Students will learn to set up and maintain           ented development techniques. Course projects will involve developing,
users, groups, and file systems. The students will learn how to use critical         debugging, and optimizing games for multiple hardware platforms. Pre-
thinking and troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot the server, printers,             requisite: CS 162 or CS 172. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or
and workstations. Prerequisite: CS 224, MTH 095 or MTH 098, or instructor’s          better before taking this class.
permission. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before             8334     XB        5        BEE, J                     MW             7:30PM- 9:50PM                       T566
taking this class.                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.

3042     BA        5        SAKO, T       MTWTh       8:00AM- 9:00AM          T549
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                      CS        270               Data Structures in C#
                                                                                     This class is the third in a series of three in which the student will learn the C#
CS        224               Networking Essentials                                    programming language in the .Net framework. The students will learn about
Theory, design, installation, configuration, and management of computer              how to implement and use different types of data-structures. This will lead
networks. Focuses on local area network concepts with emphasis on con-               the students to create data-driven programs and algorithms. The students
figuring TCP/IP, subnetting, the ISO stack, interconnect devices, and physi-         will learn more about lists, arrays, stacks, queues, trees, searching, sorting,
cal media. Prerequisite: CS 109. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0         and Windows forms. The course starts at a level that assumes a good working
or better before taking this class.                                                  knowledge of C#. Prerequisite: CS 172 or instructor’s permission. All prereq-
3044     CAW       5        HUMPHREY, D   MTWTh       9:10AM-10:10AM          T549   uisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                      8336     WB        5        BEE, J                     MW             5:00PM- 7:20PM                       T566
                                                                                     $10.50 lab fee.
CS        227               Windows Professional
This course will prepare students for working with Microsoft Windows Pro-            CS        299               Special Studies
fessional. The students will learn about installation, managing accounts,            8338     DII      1- 5      DEHAAN, M                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
configuration, interactive Access, disk resource management, printing, per-          to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
formance tuning and optimization, and troubleshooting. This class will help          an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mdehaan@
                                                                                     columbiabasin.edu for info.
to prepare students to pass one of the Windows exams. Prerequisites: CS
224 and MTH 095 or MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0
or better before taking this class.                                                                                       CRIMINAL JUSTICE
8328     CAW       5        DEHAAN, M     MTWTh       9:10AM-10:10AM          T559
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                      CJ        131               Introduction to Criminal Justice
                                                                                     An overview of the criminal justice system in America. A look at philoso-
CS        228               Windows Server                                           phy, history, Constitutional limitations, agencies, and processes within the
This course will prepare students to work with Windows Server. This course           criminal justice system. A study of local, state, and federal careers in the
covers topics related to: Installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and op-      criminal justice field.
timization of a Windows Server. The students will learn to set up and main-          1200     AA        3        HEIMBIGNER                MWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      B107
tain users, groups, and file systems. The students will learn how to use criti-
cal thinking and troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot the server, printers,         CJ        132               Criminal Law & Procedure
and workstations. This class will help to prepare students to pass one of the        A study of the classification of crimes, criminal responsibility, and the ele-
Windows exams. Prerequisites: CS 224 and MTH 095 or MTH 098. All prereq-             ments of a crime. Determining the difference between crimes against prop-
uisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.                erty, crimes against the public, and crimes against a person. The study of
3046     DAW 5              DEHAAN, M     MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM          T566
                                                                                     the constitutional defenses, searches, seizures and arrest. An overview of
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                      the pretrial process, the trial, sentencing, and appeals.
8330     WB        5        MIJIC, M         TTh      7:30PM- 9:50PM          T547   1202     AA        5        HEIMBIGNER               MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      B107
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                     CJ        136               Delinquent Behavior/Youth
CS        231               Network Infrastructure                                   A study of the causes of juvenile delinquency, Washington law concern-
This course will prepare students to install, manage, monitor, configure,            ing juvenile problems, the role of law enforcement agencies and juvenile
and troubleshoot DNS, DHCP, Remote Access, Network Protocols, IP Rout-               delinquency.
ing, and WINS in a Windows network infrastructure. In addition, this class           1206     AA        3        HEIMBIGNER                TWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       B107
will also prepare students to manage, monitor, and troubleshoot Network
Address Translation and Certificate Services. It also prepares the student to        CJ        137               Constitutional Law
pass one of the MCSA/MCSE exams. Prerequisites: CS 228 and MTH 095 or                A study of the provisions of the U.S. Constitution with primary emphasis on
MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before tak-           the Bill of Rights and the 14th Amendment and the application to law en-
ing this class.                                                                      forcement and the Criminal Justice System.
8332     XBW 5              HUMPHREY, D      TTh      7:30PM- 9:50PM          T566   1208     AA        5        HEIMBIGNER               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       B107
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                     CJ        1972              Internship
CS        232               Network Security                                         A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the law en-
This course will prepare students to design network security solutions. These        forcement environment. The experience shall consist of a minimum of six
solutions include: Analyzing business requirements, identifying security             hours per week. The experience assignment will be at the discretion of the
needs, and applying the security recommendations to assist in the control            agency where the student is placed. The agency will make an effort to give
and monitoring of network service resources. The students will also learn            the student a well-rounded experience; the assignment may be terminated
how to use critical thinking and troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot se-           by either party at any time. Instructor’s permission required.
curity problems throughout the network. Prerequisites: CS 224, CS 228, and           1210     AA       1- 5      HEIMBIGNER                 ARR            ARR
MTH 095 or MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better
before taking this class.
3048     DA        5        MIJIC, M         MW      10:20AM-11:20AM          T549
$10.50 lab fee.




27 – Credit Classes                                                                                                *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                     Dental Hygiene                                                   Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                           COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
 LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                             LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                 DAY          TIME                            LOCATION
CJ         198             Special Projects                                                                     DHYG 121                  General Pathology
A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the law en-                                     This course focuses on the study of commonly encountered systemic diseases:
forcement environment. The experience shall consist of a minimum of six                                         Etiology, presentation, treatment and effect on dental treatment. Emphasizes
hours per week. The experience assignment will be for the student to con-                                       the principles of inflammation, immunology, healing, and repair. Prerequi-
duct a research project that will benefit the student in the criminal justice                                   sites: Acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program.
field. Instructor’s permission required.                                                                        4314    AA       1        STAFF                       W            ARR                                T527
                                                                                                                Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
1212      AA      1- 3     HEIMBIGNER                 ARR            ARR                                        expected during these hours.

                                    DENTAL HYGIENE                                                              DHYG 146                  Restorative Dentistry IV
                                                                                                                Fourth course dealing with restorative dentistry skills and materials. Expands
DHYG 110                   Dental Anatomy                                                                       on previous restorative techniques and information. Prerequisite: Concur-
Study of the histology of the head and neck regions. Intro to tooth anato-
                                                                                                                rent enrollment in DHYG 1461. Due to the nature of the program curricu-
my. Prerequisites: Acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene
                                                                                                                lum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous
program.
                                                                                                                quarters. Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion
4300      AA      2        STAFF                        M            ARR                                 T527   of quarterly Dental Hygiene Program courses.
 Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
 expected during these hours.                                                                                   4318    AA       1        STAFF                       M            ARR                                T527
                                                                                                                Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
                                                                                                                expected during these hours.
DHYG 112                   Oral Radiology I
First in a series on oral radiology. Focuses on radiation physics, biology, pro-
                                                                                                                DHYG 1461                 Restorative Dentistry IV Lab
tection, recognition of anatomical landmarks, and evidence of pathologies.
                                                                                                                Fourth course dealing with restorative dentistry skills. Laboratory exercises
Prerequisites: Acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene pro-
                                                                                                                in the placement and finishing of amalgam and composite restorations on
gram. Required concurrent enrollment in DHYG 1121.
                                                                                                                prepared model teeth and clinic patients. Prerequisite: Concurrent enroll-
4302      AA      1        STAFF                        W            ARR                                 T527   ment in DHYG 146. Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter
 Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
 expected during these hours.                                                                                   builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters. Continuing
                                                                                                                enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental
DHYG 1121                  Oral Radiology I Lab                                                                 Hygiene Program courses.
First in a series of oral radiology labs. Application of protection, film place-                                4320    AA       3        STAFF                      M             ARR                                T524
ment and proper exposure and developing techniques are introduced.                                                                        STAFF                      Th            ARR                                T524
Identification of oral structures present in radiographs is introduced. Pre-                                    Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
                                                                                                                expected during these hours. $10.50 lab fee.
requisites: Acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program.
Required concurrent enrollment in DHYG 112.                                                                     DHYG 214                  Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques V
4304      AA      1        STAFF                        M            ARR                                 T524   Fifth in a series of Clinical Dental Hygiene Technique courses. Provides an
 Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
 expected during these hours. $10.50 lab fee.                                                                   expanded learning experience through discussion case presentation, and
                                                                                                                study of clinical cases. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in DHYG 2141.
DHYG 113                   Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques I                                                 Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the
Introduces basic principles used in the practice of dental hygiene, including                                   knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters. Continuing enrollment
infection control, patient assessment and treatment. Prerequisites: Accep-                                      is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene Pro-
tance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program. Required con-                                           gram courses.
current enrollment in DHYG 1131.                                                                                4326    AA       1        STAFF                       T            ARR                                T527
                                                                                                                Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
4306      AA      2        STAFF                        M            ARR                                 T524   expected during these hours.
 Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
 expected during these hours.
                                                                                                                DHYG 2141                 Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques V Lab
DHYG 1131                  Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques I Lab                                             Fifth in a series of Clinical Dental Hygiene Technique Lab courses. Provides
Introduces basic skills used in the practice of dental hygiene, including in-                                   progressive clinical experience, application of knowledge and skills; includ-
fection control, patient assessment, and treatment. Skills are practiced in a                                   ing restorative care for clinic patients. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment
pre-clinical setting on dental models and student partners. Prerequisites:                                      in DHYG 214. Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter
Acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program. Required                                           builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters. Continuing
concurrent enrollment in DHYG 113.                                                                              enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental
4308      AA      3        STAFF                        T            ARR                                 T575   Hygiene Program courses.
                           STAFF                       Th            ARR                                 T524   4328    AA       6        STAFF                      WF            ARR                                T575
Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is                               STAFF                      M             ARR                                T575
expected during these hours.                                                                                    Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
                                                                                                                expected during these hours.
DHYG 114                   Dental Health Education
The course covers the principles and practices of prevention and control of                                     DHYG 222                  Periodontics II
dental disease with emphasis on plaque control, motivation and personal                                         Second in a series on periodontology. Provides background knowledge of
and patient oral hygiene education and techniques. Prerequisites: Accep-                                        the treatment of periodontal disease, including concepts concerning treat-
tance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program.                                                         ment planning and evaluation of treatment options and outcomes. Includes
4310      AA      1        STAFF                        M            ARR                                 T527   case presentation. Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter
 Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
 expected during these hours.                                                                                   builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters. Continuing
                                                                                                                enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental
DHYG 116                   Head and Neck Anatomy                                                                Hygiene Program courses.
Study of the head and neck regions, and oral anatomy. Identification of nerves,                                 4316    AA       3        STAFF                      TTh           8:00AM- 9:30AM                     T524
                                                                                                                Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
bones, and muscles associated with the head, neck and oral regions. Prereq-                                     expected during these hours.
uisites: Acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program.
4312      AA      2        STAFF                        W            ARR                                 T527
 Dental Clinic hours are 7:30a.m. until 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday. Dental Hygiene student attendance is
 expected during these hours.




                             *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                         Credit Classes – 28
          Credit Classes                                                            Early Childhood Education – Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                     LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.     CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                   DAY           TIME                              LOCATION

                 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                                                                                                          ECONOMICS
ECE       103             Art                                                                            EC        201                Principles of Economics I [S/B]
Provides the student with a basic understanding of the methods used for                                  This course introduces such important concepts as: Market systems and
teaching visual art to young children in a developmentally appropriate                                   their alternatives, supply and demand, measurement and determination of
manner.                                                                                                  a nation’s output and income, inflation and unemployment, both demand-
7302     WB       3       FAZZARI, C                     T            5:00PM- 7:10PM              A024   side and supply-side aspects of fiscal and monetary policies, federal debt,
                                                                                                         and international trade and finance.
ECE       106             Child Growth & Development                                                     1050     AAW         5       KEY, G                    MTWTh             9:10AM-10:10AM                       B106
A study of the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development of                                 1052     BAW         5       SCHAU, D                  MTWTh             10:20AM-11:20AM                      L102
children from conception through eight years of age and related theories.                                1048     CAW         5       KEY, G                    MTWTh             11:30AM-12:30PM                      B101
An emphasis will be given to current early childhood brain development                                   8130     DII         5       SCHAU, D                   ARR              ARR
research.                                                                                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                         to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
7304     WB       3       CAMPBELL, K                   M             7:30PM- 9:40PM              A024   an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 5:00 p.m., Room L102.
                                                                                                         9106     WD          5       THOMAS, T                   MW              5:00PM- 7:10PM                      E102*
ECE       113             Stars 20 Hour Basic Training
This class meets the Washington State Training and Registry System (STARS)                               EC        202                Principles of Economics II [S/B]
requirements for child care providers. Instruction will provide an overview                              Microeconomic concepts are applied to business and household decision-
of the core competency areas including child growth and development,                                     making as well as public policy. Major topics include: Scarcity and choice,
child guidance, and health and safety as well as current state policies and                              production possibilities, alternative allocative mechanisms, supply and de-
early childhood research.                                                                                mand analysis, elasticity, consumer choice, production and costs, market
7306     WB       2       STAFF                         Sa            8:00AM-12:00PM              A024   structures, antitrust and regulation, and public microeconomics.
Class meets Sept. 22 - OCT 20, 2007. Call 547-0511 ext. 2640 for information.
                                                                                                         1054     AAW 5               SCHAU, D                  MTWTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM                       B102
                                                                                                         8132     DII 5               SCHAU, D                   ARR              ARR
ECE       117             Feeding Growing Bodies And Minds                                               This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
Students will learn about young children’s nutritional needs and what can                                to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                         an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 5:00 p.m., Room L102.
be done in an early learning setting to help meet those needs. Class will
explore ways to prevent the current childhood obesity epidemic in our cul-
ture by learning information about reading nutrition labels, menu planning,                                                                         EDUCATION
handling children’s food allergies, cooking with kids and more.
                                                                                                         ED        100                College Success
7308     WB       3       STAFF                         Th            7:30PM- 9:40PM              A024   This course is designed to assist students in learning effective techniques
ECE       209             Parent Involvement                                                             for having a college experience that is successful both academically and
Assists students to develop strategies for encouraging parent participation                              personally. Topics will include: Time management, test taking, communica-
in an early childhood setting.                                                                           tion skills, learning styles and campus resources. The development of critical
                                                                                                         thinking skills will be incorporated throughout the course.
7312     WB       3       STAFF                         Th            5:00PM- 7:10PM              A024
                                                                                                         9000     AAW 3               MYERS, K                    MTW             11:30AM-12:30PM                     G103G
                                                                                                         $5.50 testing fee.
ECE       222             Sign Language Level 1
An introduction to sign language using either the Signing Exact English                                  8978     BAW 3               CASEY, B                     Th             5:00PM- 7:20PM                       A334
                                                                                                         $5.50 testing fee.
(SEE) or American Sign Language (ASL) method. This course provides an
opportunity for students to gain a better understanding of sign language,                                8980     DIH         3       OATES, J                      W             5:00PM- 7:20PM                       A331
its application and to build a basic signing vocabulary.                                                                              BRANDES, D                    W             5:00PM- 7:20PM                       A331
                                                                                                         This course is conducted primarily in the classroom and through the Internet. WebCT orientations are available
7314     WB       3       BENFIELD, M                   W             7:30PM- 9:40PM              A024   for those who have not previously taken an online class at CBC. These are listed in the Distance Learning section
                                                                                                         of the schedule. DI fee $31.75. This is a fast track class that begins on 9/26/07 and ends on 10/31/07.
ECE       230             First Aid, Health, Safety & Nutrition
Emphasizes setting up and maintaining safe and healthy environments for                                  ED        101                Introduction to Education
young children. Course content includes basic First Aid and CPR, accident                                Students receive an overview of the history and philosophy of education as
prevention and safety procedures, identification of good health practices                                well as develop an awareness of current educational requirements based on
and basic nutritional needs of children.                                                                 legislation for K-12 schools. Students also begin to develop a personal philos-
                                                                                                         ophy of education. This class must be taken in conjunction with ED 1972.
7316     WB       3       CRAMER, R                     M             5:00PM- 7:10PM              A024
                          RUHLMAN, E                    M             5:00PM- 7:10PM              A024   8982     WB          4       HARDY, L                      T             5:00PM- 8:30PM                       W147
Additional $15.00 fee will be collected during class for CPR and Food-handlers cards.
                                                                                                         ED        135                College Major/Career Planning
ECE       289             Deveopmentally Appropriate Practice                                            This course is designed to assist students in gaining insight into interests,
Developmentally Appropriate Practice is the basis for best practices for all                             values, personality, strengths, and the decision-making processes neces-
early childhood programs. This course provides the student with a basic                                  sary for choosing a college major and planning a career. This course is for
understanding of what developmentally appropriate practice is for young                                  those who are choosing, changing, or confirming their educational goals.
children from birth to age eight. The course explores strategies for how to                              Topics will include growing career opportunities, job hunting techniques,
create a caring community of learners, enhance young children’s develop-                                 goal setting and tools for success.
ment and learning, awareness of the importance of constructing appro-                                    9002     AA          3       KONGSLIE, L                TWTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM                       A333
priate curriculum, understanding the importance of assessing children’s                                  $25 testing fee.
learning and development, and how to establish reciprocal relationships                                  8984     DIH         3       DE LEON, C                    T             5:00PM- 7:20PM                       A329
                                                                                                         This course is conducted primarily in the classroom and through the Internet. WebCT orientations are available
with families.                                                                                           for those who have not previously taken an online class at CBC. These are listed in the Distance Learning section of
7310     WB       3       FAZZARI, C                    W             5:00PM- 7:10PM              A024   the schedule. DI fee $31.75. This is a fast track class that begins on 9/25/07 and ends on 12/4/07.$25 testing fee.
                                                                                                         8986     DII         3       DE LEON, C                  ARR             ARR
                                                                                                         This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                         to campus. Students who have not successfully completed a WebCT class are required to attend WebCT
                                                                                                         orientation. DI fee $31.75, Testing fee $25. Mandatory class orientation Thursday 9/20 4:00pm-5:00pm in the
                                                                                                         Career/Transfer Center.
                                                                                                         9004     FT          3       KONGSLIE, L                TWTh             11:30AM- 1:10PM                      G101
                                                                                                         This is a fast track class that starts 10/17/07 and ends 11/29/07. $25 testing fee.




29 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                     *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                  Emergency Medical Technician – Engineering Technology                                               Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                          COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY      TIME                            LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                 DAY          TIME                             LOCATION
ED        1972              Field Experience                                                                   ENT       1711              Technical Drafting
Students have an opportunity to observe theory in action and to gain ex-                                       An introductory course in mechanical drawing which includes: Geometric con-
perience in the field of education. This class must be taken in conjunction                                    struction, orthographic projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, isometric
with ED 101.                                                                                                   and oblique drawings, dimensions, threads, fasteners, and lettering.
8990     WB       1- 1      HARDY, L                      ARR      ARR                                         5401     AA        3        JETTE, S                  MW             12:40PM- 3:00PM                     N104
                                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.

                 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN                                                                  8820     WB        3        DURHAM, R                 MW             5:00PM- 7:20PM                      N101
                                                                                                                                           DURHAM, R                 MW             5:00PM- 7:20PM                      N103
EMT 101                     Emergency Medical Technician-Basic                                                 $10.50 lab fee.
This is the entry-level course to the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) profes-
sion and is designed for those who aspire to become an Emergency Medi-                                         ENT       1721              Technical Drafting
cal Technician-Basic. The course will focus on: EMT roles and responsibilities,                                This course will build on the fundamentals of: Multi-view projection, sec-
airway management, patient assessment, medical & trauma emergencies,                                           tional views, auxiliary views, shop fabrication processes, and dimensioning.
anatomy and physiology, documentation, lifting and moving, and commu-                                          Prerequisite: ENT 1711 or instructor’s permission.
nications. The course also includes practical labs and a total of 10 hours of                                  8822     WB        3        DURHAM, R                 MW             5:00PM- 7:20PM                      N101
                                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.
clinical experience in the Emergency Department to provide direct hands-
on experience with a variety of patients. Upon successful completion of this                                   ENT       214               Strength of Materials
course, the student will be eligible to take the Washington State Certification                                A study of stress and deformation of materials. Topics include: Axial and
Exam and may be considered for the Pre-Paramedic Short Term Certificate.                                       torsional loading, stress-strain relationships, shearing stresses, temperature
Current Health Care Provider CPR card required. Malpractice Insurance fees                                     stresses, and engineering applications. Prerequisite: ENT 135 or instructor’s
are added into the registration. Immunization records must be presented the                                    permission.
first day of class. A Washington state background check must be completed
prior to admittance into this course. More information is available from the                                   5404     AA        5        JETTE, S                MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     N104
Health Sciences Division office at 509/547-0511 ext 4000.                                                      ENT       2161              Mechanical Drafting & Design
P818     WB       10        STAFF                         TTh      6:00PM- 9:00PM                       204    Fundamentals of design, assembly drawings, dimensioning systems, and a
                            STAFF                          Sa      ARR                                E108*    mechanical design/drafting project. The primary emphasis of this course will
Emergency medical technician application submission required for consideration into the program. Application
is on the web site.                                                                                            be the application of CAD to mechanical drawings using Auto-CAD. Prereq-
                                                                                                               uisite: ENT 1361 or instructor’s permission.
                              EMERGENCY MEDICAL                                                                5406     AA        5        WYATT, P                MTWTh            11:30AM- 1:30PM                     N102
                                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.

EMS 100                     CPR-Cardiopulminary Resuscitation
This course is the foundational level of training for all first responders and EMS
                                                                                                               ENT       2191              Construction Estimating
                                                                                                               An overview of the techniques used in estimating material quantities in
workers. The course covers the risk factors and early indicators of heart attacks
                                                                                                               construction projects. Prerequisite: ENT 122, completion of or concurrent
and strokes, prudent heart living, airway obstruction, and cardiopulmonary
                                                                                                               enrollment in ENT 2261, or instructor’s permission.
resuscitation for adults, children and infants. Upon the successful completion
of the course the student will receive a Health Care Provider card.                                            5408     AAW 1              WYATT, P                  MW             9:10AM-10:10AM                      N103
                                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
P806     AA        1        PATRICK, J                     F        8:00AM- 5:00PM                     G101    occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
Class will meet on Friday, Nov 2 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.                                                         previously taken an on-line class at CBC.

                                                                                                               ENT       267               Auto-CAD I
                 ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE                                                                 This course utilizes Auto-CAD for computer-aided drafting (CAD). The course
EFL       095               Reading & Writing I                                                                shows how to use Auto-CAD to set up drawings, additional draw and edit
This course is designed for non-native speakers of English to strengthen their                                 commands, dimensioning, and text. Students will utilize drafting and edit-
ability to effectively read basic academic texts, develop vocabulary, improve                                  ing techniques to efficiently produce their drawings. Prerequisite: ENT 1161,
speed and comprehension, and identify relationships between ideas. The                                         ENT 1721, or equivalent.
writing component will focus on the creation and use of effective sentenc-                                     8824     WB        2        CONNERLY, M                 T            6:00PM- 8:00PM                      N102
es to express ideas in a paragraph. Prerequisites: ASSET reading score of 23
- 26 or writing score of 23 - 26, or instructor’s permission.                                                  ENT       2671              Auto-CAD I Lab
                                                                                                               This course is offered to complement the ENT 267 course. Students must be
7101     AA        5        WAGAR, D                     MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM                    W190     concurrently enrolled in ENT 267.
                                                                                                               8826     WB        1        CONNERLY, M                 T            8:00PM-10:00PM                      N102
                       ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                                                  $10.50 lab fee.

ENT       111               Introduction to Engineering                                                        ENT       268               Auto-CAD II
This course introduces students to the role of the engineer, engineering di-                                   This course goes beyond the basic fundamentals of Auto-CAD and exam-
mensions and standards, and the basic methodology of engineering problem                                       ines ways to use it in today’s work place. Emphasis is placed on advanced
solving. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in MTH 095 or MTH 098.                                            commands including: Blocks, dimensions, attributes and extracting them,
5400     AA        5        WYATT, P                     MTWTh     10:20AM-11:20AM                     N103    paper space/model space, xrefs and file management. The class then cus-
ENT       1161              Basic Drafting                                                                     tomizes a menu creating: Custom pulldown menus, toolbars, and macros.
Basic principles of drafting to include lettering, geometric construction, me-                                 Prerequisite: ENT 267.
chanical drawings, orthographic projection, sectional views, auxiliary views,                                  8828     WB        2        LIMBAUGH, J                Th            6:00PM- 8:00PM                      N102
isometric and oblique drawings, threads, fasteners and basic applications.                                     ENT       2681              Auto-CAD II Lab
5402     AA        5        JETTE, S                     MTWTh      8:00AM-10:10AM                     N101    This course is offered to complement the ENT 268 course. Students must be
                            JETTE, S                     MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM                     N102    concurrently enrolled in ENT 268.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                               8830     WB        1        LIMBAUGH, J                Th            8:00PM-10:00PM                      N102
                                                                                                               $10.50 lab fee.




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                         Credit Classes – 30
          Credit Classes                                                                  English
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                          COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY     TIME                      LOCATION         LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                   DAY          TIME                             LOCATION
ENT       270               3-D                                                                ENG 086                    Writing Skills
The focus of this course is three-dimensional drawings using Auto-CAD. Af-                     This class is for students needing individualized instruction to improve their
ter completion, the students will be proficient in wire line and surface 3-D                   proficiency in basic writing skills. After interpreting diagnostic testing in the
modeling. There will also be a brief overview of rendering and transferring                    Learning Opportunities Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for
of rendered information to other presentation software. Prerequisite: ENT                      each student. The grade is pass/no-credit. Class held in the Learning Oppor-
268 or instructor’s permission.                                                                tunities Center (LOC) where instruction is conducted in a lab format.
8832     WB        2        SNOWHITE, L      M        6:00PM- 8:00PM               N102        7802      AA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, S              MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      A221
                                                                                               7804      BA      1- 3     WALTERS, G                MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      A221
ENT       2701              3-D Lab                                                            7806      CA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N                MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     A221
This course is offered to complement the ENT 270 course. Students must be                      7808      DA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N                MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                     A221
concurrently enrolled in ENT 270.                                                              7810      EA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N                MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                     A221
8834     WB        1        SNOWHITE, L      M        8:00PM-10:00PM               N102        7812      FA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, D              MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                      A221
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                7814      GA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, S              MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM                      A221
                                                                                               7816      HA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N                MTWTh            4:10PM- 5:10PM                      A221
ENT       271               Drawing Production                                                 8394      WB      1- 3     HAGAN, J                   MW              5:20PM- 8:40PM                      A221
This course simulates actual drawing projects in a variety of disciplines such                 9824      WK      1        LEE, M                      Sa             9:30AM-11:30AM                      A221
as; civil, structural, architectural, mechanical, and electrical. Students are ex-             9826      WK      1        LEE, M                      Sa             9:30AM-11:30AM                      A221
pected to develop and manage large sets of drawings. Prerequisite: ENT 268                     9830      WK      2        LEE, M                      Sa             8:30AM-12:30PM                      A221
or instructor’s permission.                                                                    8892      WK1     1        LEE, M                      Sa             8:30AM-10:30AM                      A221
8836     WB        2        STAFF            W        6:00PM- 8:00PM               N102        8396      XB      1- 3     ARTER, M                   TTh             5:20PM- 8:40PM                      A221

ENT       2711              Drawing Production Lab                                             ENG 091                    Grammar Skills
This course is offered to complement the ENT 271 course. Students must be                      A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence structure, us-
concurrently enrolled in ENT 271.                                                              age, and mechanics. The grade is pass/no credit. Class is held in the Learning
                                                                                               Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format. Prerequisite:
8838     WB        1        STAFF            W        8:00PM-10:00PM               N102
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                ASSET score of 23-32 or COMPASS score of 1-12.
                                                                                               7818      AA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, S              MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                     A221
ENT       2801              Extended CAD Lab                                                   7820      BA      1- 3     WALTERS, G                MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                     A221
This is an open lab class to support Auto-CAD. It allows for intermediate                      7822      CA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                   B104B
and advanced skill placement. Specific projects may be assigned. It will                       7824      DA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N                MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                    A221
be a variable credit, continued enrollment class. Prerequisite: ENT 267 or                     7826      EA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N                MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                    A221
instructor’s permission.                                                                       7828      FA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, D              MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                     A221
                                                                                               7830      GA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, S              MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM                     A221
5410     AA       1- 3      WYATT, P         ARR     ARR
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                7832      HA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N                MTWTh            4:10PM- 5:10PM                     A221
                                                                                               8398      WB      1- 3     HAGAN, J                   MW              5:20PM- 8:40PM                     A221
ENT       299               Special Problems                                                   8898      WK      1        LEE, M                      Sa             8:30AM-10:30AM                     A221
A class to explore new approaches and applications to engineering. Pre-                        9360      WK      1        LEE, M                      Sa             9:30AM-11:30AM                     A221
requisites: student must be enrolled in the ENT program and have the in-                       9832      WK      1        LEE, M                      Sa             10:30AM-12:30PM                    A221
structor’s permission.                                                                         9836      WK      2        LEE, M                      Sa             8:30AM-12:30PM                     A221
                                                                                               8400      XB      1- 3     ARTER, M                   TTh             5:20PM- 8:40PM                     A221
5412     AA       1-15 WYATT, P              ARR     ARR
                                                                                               ENG 098                    Writing Prep I
                                          ENGLISH                                              This course is designed to teach the basics of writing well-developed and
                                                                                               grammatically correct single and multiple paragraph papers. Prerequisite:
  Accelerated English 98/99 Fall Quarter                                                       An ASSET score between 33-38 or COMPASS score of 13-44.
  Why take English 98 one quarter, English 99 the next and wait until spring before            0500      AA      5        BEEMAN, S                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      V120
  you take English 101? Take both English 98 and 99 fall quarter and you’re ready to           0502      BA      5        COMMEREE, N               MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      A330
                                                                                                Students must register for both ENG 98 (Section BA) and ENG 99 (Section BA) for a two hour accelerated English
  go winter quarter with college level classes.                                                 program for students who want to devote two hours a day to complete their prerequisites for English 101 in one
                                                                                                quarter vs. two separate quarters.
  Fall quarter we are offering an accelerated English program for students who want            0504      CA      5        MATHESIUS, M              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     D105
  to devote two hours a day to complete their prerequisites for English 101.                   0506      DA      5        MATHESIUS, M              MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                     N103
  The course will be an accelerated, intensive program where you will not only work            8036      WB      5        PEARSON, D                 MW              5:00PM- 7:10PM                      A334
                                                                                                This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of word
  on essay organization and development skills, but grammar, reading and vocabu-                processing.
  lary as well.
                                                                                               ENG 099                    Writing Prep II
                                                                                               An intensive composition course designed to prepare students for college
                                                                                               reading and writing. Successful completion of this course will make the stu-
                                                                                               dent eligible for ENG 101. Prerequisite: ENG 098 or an ASSET score between
                                                                                               39-42 or COMPASS score of 45-77.
                                                                                               0510      AA      5        LEE, M                    MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                      A330
                                                                                               0512      BA      5        COMMEREE, N               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      A330
                                                                                                Students must register for both ENG 98 (Section BA) and ENG 99 (Section BA) for a two hour accelerated English
                                                                                                program for students who want to devote two hours a day to complete their prerequisites for English 101 in one
                                                                                                quarter vs. two separate quarters.
                                                                                               0514      CA      5        FREESE, J                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                     W144
                                                                                               0516      DA      5        PEARSON, D                MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                    A333
                                                                                               0518      EA      5        WAKEMAN, C                MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                    L101
                                                                                               0520      FA      5        PEDERSEN, R               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                    B102
                                                                                               8038      XB      5        PEARSON, D                 TTh             5:00PM- 7:10PM                    B104B
                                                                                                This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of word
                                                                                                processing.




31 – Credit Classes                                                                                                         *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                           English – Environmental Science                                                     Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY           TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                   DAY           TIME                               LOCATION
ENG 100                    Reading And Writing In College                                                            ENG 205                     Technical Writing [C]
This is an intensive reading and writing course designed to prepare students                                         This course emphasizes students technical communication skills for use in
for the reading and writing they will do in college. Students will respond to                                        the workplace and other academic settings. Students will employ various
and make connections between thematically linked texts. Successful com-                                              methods of analyzing and writing for different audiences and purposes.
pletion of this course will make the student eligible for ENG 101.                                                   Students will also use traditional and online resources for problem solving,
0522     AA       5        JAMES, G                   MTWTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM                       T435    research, documentation, and editing. Prerequisite: ENG 101.
                                                                                                                     0575     AA        5        PEDERSEN, R               MTWTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM                        A332
ENG 101                    English Composition [C]                                                                   0576     BAW       5        ABBOTT, D                 MTWTh             10:20AM-11:20AM                       A329
Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition, with em-                                        0578     CA        5        COMMEREE, N               MTWTh             11:30AM-12:30PM                       A334
phasis on organizing unified and coherent essays. Prerequisite: A passing grade                                      8052     WBW       5        ABBOTT, D                  MW               5:00PM- 7:10PM                        A329
in ENG 099 or ASSET score of 43 or above or COMPASS score above 78.
0524     AA       5        WAKEMAN, C                 MTWTh             6:50AM- 7:50AM                      A329     ENG 240                     Creative Writing
0526     BA       5        FIGUEROA, R                MTWTh             6:50AM- 7:50AM                     B104B     A study of creative writing, emphasizing diverse styles and techniques. Pre-
This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of word               vious completion of ENG 101 is strongly recommended.
processing.
                                                                                                                     8054     DII       5        HOLMES, M                   ARR             ARR
0528     CA       5        FIGUEROA, R                MTWTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM                     B104B     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of word               to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
processing.                                                                                                          an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those unable
                                                                                                                     to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes by the second day of class, either via email at
0530     DA       5        HAMPTON, F                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                         I106   mholmes@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2316.
8045     DII      5        STAFF                       ARR             ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken        ENG 241                     Creative Writing
an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                             A continuation of ENG 240. Prerequisite: ENG 240.
8047     DII      5        SEALY, B                     ARR            ARR                                           8056     DII       5        HOLMES, M                   ARR             ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken        to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who     an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those unable
are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email     to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes by the second day of class, either via email at
at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2760.                                                                mholmes@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2316.
0532     EA       5        JOHNSON, B                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      K101
0533     FA       5        HOSTETLER, R               MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      A334      ENG 255                     English Grammar [H]
0534     GA       5        HOLMES, M                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      A332      An introduction to the terms, concepts (including phonemics, morphology,
0536     HA       5        RASMUSSEN, D               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      S239      and syntax), and analytical methods of English grammar. Prerequisite: ENG
0538     IA       5        JOHNSON, B                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      W147      101 or concurrent with ENG 101.
0540     JA       5        FIGUEROA, R                MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       I106     8058     DII       5        SEALY, B                    ARR             ARR
0542     KA       5        LAMBERT, D                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      I106     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
0544     LA       5        HOSTETLER, R               MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     A334      to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                     an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
0546     MA       5        SCHOLAR, M                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     V120      are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email
0548     NA       5        HOSTETLER, R               MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                     A332      at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2760.
0550     OA       5        WAKEMAN, C                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                    W180C
0552     PA       5        JOHNSON, B                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      I107                      ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
0553     QA       5        LAMBERT, D                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                     D104
0554     RAW      5        ABBOTT, D                  MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                     A329      All levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are offered during
0556     SA       5        JAMES, G                   MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                     B101      the day and evening at the Pasco campus, as well as at various locations
0558     TA       5        HOSTETLER, R               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                     D105      throughout the community. We also offer First Language Spanish Literacy
0560     UA       5        PIERACCI, M                MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                      B101      classes. For more information on ESL classes, contact 547-0511, ext. 2352.
0562     VAW      5        ABBOTT, D                  MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                      A329
8040     WB       5        HAMPTON, F                  MW              5:00PM- 7:10PM                      A333
8044     WK       5        FIGUEROA, R                   F             5:00PM- 7:10PM                     B104B                                  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
                           FIGUEROA, R                  Sa             8:00AM-10:10AM                     B104B      ENVS 100                    Environmental Science [M/S]
This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of word
processing.                                                                                                          A multidisciplinary course designed to provide both the non-science and
8042     XB       5        SMURTHWAITE                  TTh             5:00PM- 7:10PM                     Q108*     science major the background necessary to understand environmental prob-
                                                                                                                     lems that have arisen due to human activities. Topics include: Food chains;
ENG 201                    Advanced English Composition [C]                                                          energy production; nutrient cycles; forest and wildlife management; popu-
An advanced expository writing course, focusing on research essays and                                               lation demographics; air and water pollution; ozone depletion and global
other aspects of college writing. Prerequisite: ENG 101.                                                             warming. Lab and lecture must be taken concurrently.
0564     AA       5        PEARSON, D                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                        A331    5138     AAS 4              COCHRAN, J                MTWTh             11:30PM-12:20PM                       S243
0566     BA       5        SCHOLAR, M                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                        V121    5140     BAW 4              COCHRAN, J                MTWTh             10:20AM-11:10AM                       S243
0567     CA       5        THONNEY, T                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                        I107    8840     WBW 4              COOKE, J                   TTh              6:10PM- 8:00PM                        S243
0568     DA       5        PEDERSEN, R                MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                       A331
This is a learning communities course. Students must be enrolled in both HIS 233 line# 2024 and ENG 201 line#        ENVS 1001                   Environmental Science Lab [M/S]
0568.
                                                                                                                     Lab to be taken concurrently with ENVS 100.
8048     DII      5        MEINERS, E                   ARR            ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional            5142     AAW 1              COCHRAN, J                    F             10:20AM-12:10PM                       S243
visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously       $10.50 lab fee.
taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those
unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners by the second day of class either via email      5144     BAW 1              COCHRAN, J                    F             12:30PM- 2:20PM                       S243
at emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2613.                                                              $10.50 lab fee.

8050     DII      5        DECHTER, K                   ARR            ARR                                           8842     WBW 1              COOKE, J                      W             6:10PM- 8:00PM                        S243
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits     $10.50 lab fee.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
heading. Those unable to attend must contact Kathy Dechter by the second day of class, via email at Kathy.
Dechter@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2331.
0570     EA       5        MEINERS, E                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       A334
0572     FA       5        PEARSON, D                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      A330
0574     GA       5        SCHOLAR, M                 MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                     B104A
8046     WB       5        DECHTER, K                  MW              5:00PM- 7:10PM                       D104

                             *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                                   Credit Classes – 32
          Credit Classes                                                Fire Science – Health Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY    TIME                     LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                   DAY         TIME                              LOCATION

                                         FIRE SCIENCE                                                                              GEOGRAPHY
FCA       160               Fire Ground Tactics                                           GEO 101                     Physical Geography [M/S]
Discussion of basic firefighting tactics of company response, including size-             Physical Geography provides an introduction to the physical earth. It may
up, rescue, exposure, ventilation and fire problems and tactics used.                     include processes, which impact the earth; it may also include the relation-
4200     AA        3        STAFF             MTW     11:00AM-11:50AM             E201*   ship between humans and the earth. Study of the physical areas and envi-
                                                                                          ronment of the earth. Topics include the weather, climate, water cycle, soils,
FCA       177               Wildland/Urban Interface                                      and land form studies. The class also covers how humans influence and are
Discussion of basic firefighting tactics of wild-land fires that threaten homes           influenced by their physical environment.
within urban areas. In addition to general firefighting tactics, discussions              5146     AA        5        COPELAND, J               MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM                      S229
on determining if a home or a group of homes can be safely protected will                 5148     BA        5        COPELAND, J               MTWTh           1:40PM- 2:40PM                       S229
be presented.                                                                             8851     DII       5        WALKER, C                  ARR            ARR
4201     AA        3        STAFF             MTW     12:00PM-12:50PM             E201*   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                                                                          visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
                                                                                          taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory Course Introduction: 9/19/07 @ 5:00 PM in S230. Please contact Carol
FCA       190               Introduction to Fire Inspection and Codes                     Walker if further information is required at cwalker@columbiabasin.edu. This course is conducted primarily
A course designed to give the new firefighter a basic concept of inspections              through the Internet.
involving the International Fire Code and the International Building Code.                8853     DII       5        WALKER, C                   ARR           ARR
                                                                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
4202     AA        3        STAFF             MTW      1:00PM- 1:50PM             E201*   visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
                                                                                          taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory Course Introduction: 9/19/07 @ 6:00 PM in S230. Please contact Carol
                                                                                          Walker if further information is required at cwalker@columbiabasin.edu. This course is conducted primarily
FS        121               Fire Tactics                                                  through the Internet.
Discussion of basic firefighting tactics of company response, including size-
up rescue, exposure, ventilation and fire problems and tactics used.
8422     AA       1- 3      STAFF              W       7:00PM-10:00PM             F107*
                                                                                                                                      GEOLOGY
8424     AA       1- 3      STAFF              M       7:00PM-10:00PM             F107*   GEL       101               Physical Geology I [M/S]
FS        131               Introduction to Fire Inspections                              Composition and structure of the earth. Study and identification of com-
A course designed to give the new inspector a basic concept of inspec-                    mon minerals and the three major rock groups. Plate tectonics concept of
tions that deal with fire hazards, authority to inspect and how to conduct                the evolution of surface features of continents. A study of volcanic, seismic,
a pre-fire plan.                                                                          weathering and ground water processes. Outline of geologic development
                                                                                          of the Pacific Northwest, including field studies. Lecture and lab must be
8429     WF        3        STAFF               T      7:00PM-10:00PM             E201*   taken concurrently.
                                                                                          5150     AA        3        COPELAND, J                  M            8:00AM- 8:50AM                       S229
                                           FRENCH                                                                     COPELAND, J                  W            8:00AM- 9:50AM                       S229
                                                                                          Students must register for same section of lecture and lab class.
FR        101               French 1st Quarter [H]
Introduction to the French language including conversational skills, read-                5152     BA        3        COPELAND, J                  M            11:30AM-12:20PM                      S229
                                                                                                                      COPELAND, J                  W            11:30AM- 1:20PM                      S229
ing, writing and grammar and French culture including geography, customs,                 Students must register for same section of lecture and lab class.
daily life and heritage. Designed for the novice learner of French, with little           8852     WBW 3              WURSTNER, S                 MW            5:00PM- 7:00PM                       S229
or no proficiency in the French language. Recommended that students have                  Students must register for same section of lecture and lab class.
successfully completed at least ENG 099.
2504     AA        5        CORNEAUX, I       MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM              L101   GEL       1011              Physical Geology I Lab [M/S]
2506     WB        5        CORNEAUX, I        TTh     6:00PM- 8:10PM              A333   Lab to be taken concurrently with GEL 101.
                                                                                          5154     AA        2        COPELAND, J                 TTh           8:00AM- 9:50AM                       S229
                            GENERAL ENGINEERING                                           $10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                          5156     BA        2        COPELAND, J                 TTh           11:30AM- 1:20PM                      S229
GE        101               Engineering Drawing I                                         $10.50 lab fee.
Principles of mechanical drawing: Geometric construction, orthographic                    8854     WBW 2              WURSTNER, S                 MW            7:10PM- 8:00PM                       S229
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee.
projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, isometric and oblique drawings,
dimensions, threads, fasteners and lettering.
5403     AA        3        JETTE, S           MW     12:40PM- 3:00PM              N104                                    HEALTH EDUCATION
$10.50 lab fee.
8844     WB        3        DURHAM, R          MW      5:00PM- 7:20PM              N101   HE        160               Diet, Exercise & Weight [PE]
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                           Class is designed to promote and achieve knowledge in the areas of diet,
                                                                                          exercise, and weight management for today’s lifestyles as it relates to the
GE        102               Engineering Drawing II                                        students’ total well-being.
Descriptive geometry: Lines, points, planes, successive auxiliary views, in-              4600     AA        2        LEAHY, E                    TTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM                     G103G
tersections, and developments. Prerequisite: GE 101.                                      Class ends November 13

5404     AA        3        JETTE, S           MW     12:40PM- 3:00PM              N104
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                           HE        170               Health and Wellness [PE]
                                                                                          Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the college age
                                                                                          student. Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and preventing disease and
                                                                                          illness with a wellness lifestyle.
                                                                                          4601     AA        3        HASELHUHN, S               MTW            12:40PM- 1:40PM                    G103G
                                                                                          Class ends 11/19
                                                                                          8460     DII       3        VLADIMIROFF                 ARR           ARR
                                                                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                          to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                          an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
                                                                                          by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2254.
                                                                                          8462     DII       3        DUNTERMAN, D                ARR           ARR
                                                                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                          to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
                                                                                          on-line class at CBC. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman by the second
                                                                                          day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2239.




33 – Credit Classes                                                                                                     *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                          Health Information Technology                                                    Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
HE        199             Health and Fitness for Life                                                              HIT       147             Medical Terminology
This is a foundation course designed to prepare students for living the rest                                       Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the medical office.
of their lives in a state of optimal health by providing the necessary knowl-                                      Major topics to be studied are: cells and oncology, tissues and the integu-
edge and skills that are desirable in order to make meaningful, beneficial,                                        mentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, special
and successful choices in the area of physical fitness, nutritional awareness,                                     senses, glands, cardiovascular system; blood and lymphatic-immune systems,
stress management, and other aspects of health. This class requires lab ac-                                        respiratory system; digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system,
tivities in the fitness center.                                                                                    pregnancy and human development; and general diseases, lab tests, diagno-
4602     AA        3      VLADIMIROFF                 MTW             11:30AM-12:30PM                      G103    ses, surgery, pharmacology, and therapy. Emphasis is placed on identifying
Class ends 11/19                                                                                                   and labeling word parts, defining and building medical terms, basic anatomy
8472     WB        3      LEAHY, E                      Th            7:30PM-10:00PM                       G103    and becoming familiar with common diseases of the systems.
                                                                                                                   6046     AA       5       BLOOMSBURG,M                TTh             12:40PM- 2:50PM                    I106
HE        220             Drugs and Health [PE]                                                                    6048     AC       5       MC BURNEY, J               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                    R101*
This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and awareness                                           6050     AC       5       ELLNER, H                  MWTh             11:30AM-12:45PM                   R101*
of chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s total well-being.                                         8648     CA       5       MC BURNEY, J                TTh             5:15PM- 7:25PM                    W180A
4603     AA        3      STOKER, L                   MTW             8:00AM- 9:00AM                       G103    8650     DII      5       BLOOMSBURG,M                ARR             ARR
Class ends 11/19                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
8466     DII       3      STOKER, L                    ARR            ARR                                          an on-line class at CBC.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Laura Stoker by the    HIT       152             Pharmacotherapy for Health Information
second day of class, either via email at lstoker@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2522.
                                                                                                                                             Technology
HE        230             First-Aid Safety [PE]                                                                    Emphasis is placed on the understanding of the action of drugs, including
Course designed to help students learn first-aid skills and accident preven-                                       the absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of drugs, by the
tion. Advanced first-aid and CPR card given for successful completion.                                             body. Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a minimum 2.0.
4604     AA        3      PATRICK, J                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       G101    6052     DII      2       BLOOMSBURG                                  ARR
Class ends 10/31
4605     BA        3      PATRICK, J                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       G101    HIT       154             Anatomy & Physiology for Health Information
Class ends 10/31                                                                                                                             Technology
4606     CA        3      VLADIMIROFF                 MTW             10:20AM-11:20AM                      G101    A study of the structure and function of the human body utilizing a system
Class ends 11/19                                                                                                   approach. Emphasis is placed on the gross and microscopic anatomy as well
                                                                                                                   as the physiology of the cell, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous sys-
HE        240             Stress Management [PE]                                                                   tem, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, reproductive, endocrine and diges-
A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or minimize this                                           tive systems. Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a minimum 2.0.
stress. Theories, implications, and practical applications are emphasized.
                                                                                                                   6054     DII      4       BLOOMSBURG                                  ARR
4607     AA        3      DUNTERMAN, D                MTW             9:10AM-10:10AM                       G103
Class ends 11/19
                                                                                                                   HIT       155             Introduction to Medical Coding
4608     BA        3      HASELHUHN, S                MTW             9:10AM-10:10AM                       N104    Introduction to medical coding concepts, methods, and guidelines using
Class ends 11/19
                                                                                                                   International Classification of Diseases 9th Edition (ICD-9-CM), and Current
4609     CA        3      STOKER, L                   MTW             10:20AM-11:20AM                      G103    Procedural Terminology (CPT). Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a mini-
Class ends 11/19
                                                                                                                   mum 2.0.
4610     DA        3      DUNTERMAN, D                MTW             10:20AM-11:20AM                    G103G
Class ends 11/19                                                                                                   6056     AA       4       BLOOMSBURG,M               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                    W180A
8468     DII       3      VLADIMIROFF                  ARR            ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   HIT       156             Intermediate Medical Coding
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      An intermediate presentation of medical coding concepts, methods and
an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2254.           guidelines using the International Classification of Diseases 9th Edition
8470     WB        3      STOKER, L                     M             5:00PM- 7:20PM                       G103    (ICD-9-CM) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT). This course covers
                                                                                                                   the rules and regulations regarding coding. Prerequisite: AOT 155/HIT 155
                                                                                                                   or AOT 150 with a minimum 2.0.
           HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                                   6058     AA       4       BLOOMSBURG                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      W160
HIT       115             Legal Aspects of the Medical Office I
An introduction of the basics of the American legal system, the physician-                                         HIT       158             Pathophysiology for Health Information
patient relationship, the medical record and its uses; informed consent; li-                                                                 Technology
censure, certification and registration; the basic laws protecting patient in-                                     Emphasis is placed on the disease processes affecting the human body via
formation including knowledge of HIPAA regulations and how they pertain                                            an integrated approach to specific disease entities including the causes,
to the medical assistant. Prerequisite: Internet proficiency.                                                      diagnosis, and treatment of disease. Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a
6040     AC        2      ELLNER, H                    MW             10:20AM-11:20AM                    R101*     minimum 2.0.
                                                                                                                   6060     DII      4       BLOOMSBURG                   ARR            ARR
HIT       118             Legal Aspects of the Medical Office III                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
An introduction to the American legal system; the physician-patient rela-                                          an on-line class at CBC.
tionship; the laws and statutes that apply to health professions; the basis of
medical law; the litigation processes; employment and safety laws including                                        HIT       245             Medical Office Procedures
quality improvement programs and incident reports; medical ethics, and bio-                                        Integrates application of skills with knowledge of medical office procedures
ethics; professional and ethical conduct and behavior; and ethical issues in                                       to complete a simulated medical office project. Includes conducting online re-
the medical office; the medical record and its uses; the basic laws protecting                                     search. Prerequisites: AOT 142, AOT 147/HIT 147, and Internet proficiency.
patient information including knowledge of HIPPA regulations and how they                                          8652     DII      2       MARTINEZ, G                  ARR            ARR
pertain to the medical office. Prerequisite: Internet proficiency.                                                 $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
                                                                                                                   occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
6042     AA        3      BLOOMSBURG,M                TWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                   W180A      previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
6044     AC        3      ELLNER, H                    MW             10:20AM-11:40AM                   R101*




                            *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                                Credit Classes – 34
          Credit Classes                                                                       History – Human Services
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
HIT       283               Medical Transcription I                                                                HIS       104             U.S. History [S/B]
Prepares students to transcribe reports commonly dictated in physicians’                                           Survey of American history from the colonial period through the Civil War
offices and clinics. History and physical examinations, pharmacology and                                           and Reconstruction. Emphasis is placed on early colonial development, the
laboratory procedures, chart notes, letters, initial office evaluations, con-                                      American Revolution, the building of the nation, territorial expansion, slav-
sultations, and discharge summaries in several specialties are covered. Em-                                        ery, the Civil War and Reconstruction.
phasis is on accuracy, appropriate formats and acquiring skill in the use of                                       2016     AAW 5            STAFF                      MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       L102
references. Prerequisites: AOT 114, HIT 147, and AOT 172.                                                          8204     DII 5            FLYNN, G                    ARR             ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
6062     AA        4        CRIDER, T                MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM                      W160     to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room B106.


        HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM                                                                            HIS       105             U.S. History [S/B]
                                                                                                                   A survey of American history from the post-Civil War era to the present.
           (HEP) ADULT BASIC EDUCATION                                                                             Emphasis is upon the political, social, economic, and cultural forces which
This program is intended to meet special needs of migrant and seasonal                                             have shaped modern America. Special emphasis is given to industrializa-
farm workers pursuing a high school equivalency certificate. All levels of                                         tion, class, and race relations, social reform movements, foreign policy and
ABE/GED are offered during the day and evening at the Pasco campus. For                                            political change, including the World Wars, the Great Depression, and post-
more information call 547-0511 ext. 2775.                                                                          war politics to the present.
                                                                                                                   2018     AA       5       STAFF                      MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     W131
                                             HISTORY                                                               2020     BA       5       STAFF                      MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                     L109
                                                                                                                   8206     DII      5       FLYNN, G                    ARR             ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
  Learning Community                                                                                               to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation, Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room B106.
  “The Composition of War”
  Is human history really just war interrupted by periodic outbreaks of peace? Find out                            HIS       110             History of Modern East Asia [S/B]
  the answer in a study of the social, cultural, political, and technical aspects of war                           A history of East Asia. Major emphasis will be upon the history of China, an
  from the Bronze Age to the Global War on Terror.                                                                 analysis of modernization in Japan, and issues of colonialism and national-
  This learning community combines History 233 (War in History) and English 201 (Ad-                               ism in East Asia.
  vanced Composition). The writing assignments and research projects in English 201                                2022     AA       5       SUN, Y                     MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                    B104A
  will be situated in the issues and events addressed in History 233, offering students                            HIS       111             Colonial Latin America
  who are interested in military history a unique opportunity to deepen their under-                               This course is a survey of colonial Latin American history from the arrival
  standing of war by studying, researching, and writing about it.                                                  of the Europeans in the Americans in the late 1400s to the independence
  The class requires concurrent enrollment or, in exceptional circumstances, permission                            movements that led to the creation of various Latin American countries dur-
  of the instructors; students earn 10 credits and satisfy a communications and a social                           ing the first decades of the 19th century.
  and behavioral science requirement. Students must be registered in both the ENG 201                              2025     AA       5       VALADEZ, M                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     W190
  (line #0568) with Bob Pedersen and HIS 233 (line# 2024) with Robert Chisholm.
                                                                                                                   HIS       233             War In History [S/B]
  These courses are scheduled for fall quarter, 2007. Class will meet daily from 9:10                              A study of the history of warfare in the Western world from the Ancient pe-
  - 11:20 am in A331.                                                                                              riod to the present. Students will be introduced to the study of war in terms
  For more information contact the instructors:                                                                    of its social, political, economic, technological, and cultural roots and its ef-
  Robert Chisholm, Social Science Division - rchisholm@columbiabasin.edu                                           fects on these various fields.
  Bob Pedersen, English Department - bpedersen@columbiabasin.edu                                                   2024     AAW 5            CHISHOLM, R                MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       A331
                                                                                                                   This is a learning communities course. Students must be enrolled in both HIS 233 line# 2024 and ENG 201 line#
                                                                                                                   0568.
HIS       101               World Civilizations [H]
A study of world civilizations from their origins through late antiquity. Em-                                                                         HUMAN SERVICES
phasis will be placed upon Western, East Asian, and South Asian civilizations.
Philosophies, religions, and political and social systems will be covered.                                         HS        101             Introduction to Social Work
2006     AAW 5              CHISHOLM, R              MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      L102    An overview of social work experience including history, purpose and tasks,
                                                                                                                   practice settings, and future trends of social work profession.
HIS       102               World Civilizations [H]                                                                4900     AA       5       KENDALL, B                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                    W180C
The development of world civilizations from the end of the classical age to
the beginning of the modern. Political, social, economic and cultural devel-                                       HS        104             Community Resources
opment will be covered with emphasis upon Europe, Asia and Africa.                                                 Introduction to publicly and privately funded social services. The services
2008     AAW 5              WOODS, M                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                     B104A     provided by the agencies will be reviewed. Students will also learn how to
2010     BAW 5              WOODS, M                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     A126     facilitate an appropriate referral and act as an effective advocate for peo-
                                                                                                                   ple in need.
HIS       103               World Civilizations [H]                                                                4902     AA       3       KENDALL, B                  MTW             9:10AM-10:10AM                       V120
An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the birth of the
modern age to the present. Emphasis is on the development of the mod-                                              HS        222             Alcohol/Drug Pharmacology/Physiology
ern nation-state, international relations, socioeconomic developments and                                          Physical response of the human body to alcohol and other drugs, current
shifting patterns of thought.                                                                                      research findings, basic information and terminology essential for working
2012     AA        5        VALADEZ, M               MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      L109     on treatment teams with physicians and nurses and for communicating
2014     BA        5        VALADEZ, M               MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                     W150     with patients and families.
8202     DII       5        WOODS, M                  ARR             ARR                                          4904     AA       3       BARR, K                     MTW             11:30AM-12:30PM                      L107
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
on-line class at CBC. WebCT orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
heading. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.




35 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                            *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                  Industrial Drawing – Machine Technology                                        Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR        DAY     TIME                LOCATION
HS        233             Chemical Dependency and the Law                                                          LIT       195               Bible as Literature [H]
This course will allow the student to have an enhanced understanding of                                            Readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, in appropriate cul-
the legal ramifications of chemical dependency. Topics that will be covered                                        tural, historical and literary contexts. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG 101 or
are ethical and legal obligations and limitations of the chemical depen-                                           currently enrolled in ENG 099.
dency counselor, search and seizure law practices, domestic law as related                                         0606     AA        5        THONNEY, T      MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM         D105
to chemical dependency, the influence and effect of drugs on the criminal
justice and corrections systems, and other related topics.                                                         LIT       203               Mythology [H]
4906     AA       3       BARR, K                     MTW             1:50PM- 2:50PM                       L107    The theory of mythology and the use of Greco-Roman myths in art, litera-
                                                                                                                   ture, and music. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG 101 or currently enrolled in
HS        240             Survey of Chemical Dependency                                                            ENG 099.
This course is designed to provide the student with a basic knowledge of                                           8070     WB        5        PIERACCI, M       TTh      5:00PM- 7:10PM         A332
chemical dependency, disease concepts, theories of addiction, rates of prev-
alence, and problems associated with addiction.                                                                    LIT       225               American Literature [H]
4908     AA       3       BARR, K                     TWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      L107    A survey of American literature from the founding of Jamestown to the Civil War
                                                                                                                   Era. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG 101 or currently enrolled in ENG 099.
HS        2972            Alcohol/Drug Practicum                                                                   0608     AA        5        JAMES, G        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM         B103
Students will acquire practical experience within a qualified chemical depen-
dency agency to assist in utilizing skills learned within the classroom.                                           LIT       227               American Literature [H]
4910     AA      1- 6     BARR, K                      ARR            ARR                                          A survey of American literature from World War I to the present. Prerequi-
                                                                                                                   site: Eligible for ENG 101 or currently enrolled in ENG 099.
                            INDUSTRIAL DRAWING                                                                     0610     AA        5        HOLMES, M       MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM        A332

DRW 106                   Industrial Drawing                                                                       LIT       264               English Literature [H]
A basic course in the technique of sketching and drawing. The welding                                              A survey of English literature from Beowulf to 1640. Prerequisite: Eligible for
student will learn to create orthographic, oblique, and isometric render-                                          ENG 101 or currently enrolled in ENG 099.
ings. The course also teaches dimensioning for the welding shop fabrica-                                           0612     AA        5        MEINERS, E      MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM     W180B
tion drawings.
                                                                                                                   LIT       270               Shakespeare [H]
6500     AA       2       GUILBAULT, F                 MW             12:00PM-12:50PM                      V128    Shakespeare as dramatist and poet. Readings from comedies, histories
6502     BA       2       GUILBAULT, F                 MW             10:00AM-10:50AM                      V128
                                                                                                                   and tragedies. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG 101 or currently enrolled in
                                                                                                                   ENG 099.
                          INTERCULTURAL STUDIES                                                                    0614     AAW 5              ABBOTT, D       MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM         A329
ICS       120             Survey of Hispanic Culture [H]
An introduction to the culture and civilization of the Spanish speaking                                                                        MACHINE TECHNOLOGY
world; taught in English.
                                                                                                                   MT        111               Basic Machine Tech I
2026     AAW 5            CRUZ, A                    MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       V121
2028     DII 5            VALADEZ, M                  ARR             ARR                                          This course is designed to give the students skills in using measuring instru-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   ments, and concepts of machining with a metal lathe. Upon completion of
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      this course, the student should know how to turn and measure diameters
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room L101.
                                                                                                                   within .001”, cut threads, knurl, and cut tapers. Student will take ASSET test
                                                                                                                   first week of class if not previously taken.
                                           JAPANESE                                                                6504     BA        5        WALKER, R       DAILY      ARR                    V134
JPSE 101                  Japanese First Quarter [H]                                                               6505     CA        5        WALKER, R        ARR       ARR                    V134
Introduction to the Japanese language including speaking and listening                                             MT        1111              Basic Machine Tech I Lab
skills, reading, writing, and grammar and the Japanese culture including ge-                                       Work on projects using the lathe to practice the concepts taught in the
ography, customs, daily life, and heritage. Designed for the novice learner                                        class.
of Japanese, with little or no proficiency in the Japanese language. Recom-
                                                                                                                   6506     BA       1- 9      WALKER, R       DAILY      10:00AM- 1:30PM        V134
mended that students have successfully completed at least ENG 099.                                                 $10.50 lab fee.
2508     AA       5       RYDER, N                   MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       L107    6507     CA       1- 9      WALKER, R        ARR       ARR                    V134
2510     BA       5       RYDER, N                   MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       L107    $10.50 lab fee.


                                         LITERATURE                                                                MT        1211              Basic Machine Tech II Lab
                                                                                                                   Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the con-
LIT       140             The Cinema [H]                                                                           cepts taught in class. Prerequisite: MT 1111 or instructor’s permission.
The twentieth century art form is studied by observing and discussing film                                         6510     AA       1- 9      WALKER, R       DAILY      10:00AM- 1:30PM        V134
which demonstrates the growth of ideas and techniques in this medium.                                              $10.50 lab fee.
Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG 101 or currently enrolled in ENG 099.
0600     AA       5       MATHESIUS, M                 MW             12:40PM- 2:50PM                      A334    MT        1311              Basic Machine Tech III Lab
                                                                                                                   Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the con-
LIT       150             Introduction to Literature [H]                                                           cepts taught in the class. Prerequisite: MT 1211 or instructor’s permission.
This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry and drama and                                           6514     AA       1- 9      WALKER, R       DAILY      10:00AM- 1:30PM        V134
is designed to help students develop a method of reading and evaluating lit-                                       $10.50 lab fee.
erature. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG 101 or currently enrolled in ENG 099.
0602     AA       5       JAMES, G                   MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      A329
                                                                                                                   MT        211               Advanced Machine Tech I
8068     DII      5       MATHESIUS, M                ARR             ARR                                          This course is designed to build skills and knowledge in Computer Numeri-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   cal Controlled (CNC) milling. Upon completion of this course, the student
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      should be able to program, set up, and operate a CNC milling machine. Pre-
an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed at www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under Distance Learning. Those
who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Matt Mathesius by the second day of class, either     requisite: MT 131 or instructor’s permission.
via email at mathesiusm@columbiabasin.edu or by phone ext. 2215.
                                                                                                                   6516     AA        5        WALKER, R       DAILY      ARR                    V134



                            *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                Credit Classes – 36
          Credit Classes                                                   Mathematics
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME               LOCATION
MT        2111              Advanced Machine Tech I Lab                            MTH 081                    Fractions
Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the con-          Fraction operations and word problems. Class held in the Learning Op-
cepts taught in class. Prerequisite: MT 211 or instructor’s permission.            portunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless other-
6518     AA       1- 9      WALKER, R         DAILY   10:00AM- 1:30PM       V134   wise noted. Prerequisite: ASSET score between 29-32 or COMPASS score
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    between 20-27.
                                                                                   9658     AA       1        SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM         A221
MT        221               Advanced Machine Tech II                               7858     BA       1        WALTERS, G        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM         A221
This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in CNC. Upon completion       7860     CA       1        SMITH, A          MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM        A221
of this course, the student should be able to program, set up, and operate a       7862     DA       1        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM        A221
CNC equipment. Prerequisite: MT 211 or instructor’s permission.                    7864     EA       1        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM        A221
6520     AA        5        WALKER, R         DAILY   ARR                   V134   7866     FA       1        SANDMEIER, D      MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM         A221
                                                                                   7868     GA       1        SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      3:00PM- 4:00PM         A221
MT        2211              Advanced Machine Tech II Lab                           7870     HA       1        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      4:10PM- 5:10PM         A221
Work on projects using the CNC to practice the concepts taught in class.           8536     WB       1        HAGAN, J           MW        5:20PM- 8:40PM         A221
Prerequisite: MT 2111 or instructor’s permission.                                  9866     WK       1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221
6522     AA        9        WALKER, R         DAILY    9:00AM-12:30PM       V134   9868     WK       1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    9870     WK       1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221
                                                                                   8538     XB       1        ARTER, M           TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM         A221
MT        231               Advanced Machine Tech III
This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in Computer Aided             MTH 082                    Measures/Decimals/Percentages
Manufacturing (CAM). Upon completion of this course, the student should            Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements and graphs. Class
be able to draw a part in a solid modeling software, write a program with          held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab
the CAM system, and machine the part on a CNC. Prerequisite: MT 221 or             format unless otherwise noted.
instructor’s permission.                                                           7872     AA       2        SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM         A221
6524     AA        5        WALKER, R         DAILY   ARR                   V134   7874     BA       2        WALTERS, G        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM         A221
                                                                                   7876     CA       2        SMITH, A          MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM        A221
MT        2311              Advanced Machine Tech III Lab                          7878     DA       2        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM        A221
Work on projects using Solidworks, CAM system and CNC milling machine              7880     EA       2        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM        A221
to practice the concepts taught in class. Prerequisite: MT 2211 or instruc-        7882     FA       2        SANDMEIER, D      MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM         A221
tor’s permission.                                                                  7884     GA       2        SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      3:00PM- 4:00PM         A221
                                                                                   7886     HA       2        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      4:10PM- 5:10PM         A221
6501     AA        9        WALKER, R         ARR     ARR
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    8540     WB       2        HAGAN, J           MW        5:20PM- 8:40PM         A221
6526     AA        9        WALKER, R         DAILY    9:00AM-12:30PM       V134   9872     WK       2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    8542     XB       2        ARTER, M           TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM         A221

MT        291               Basic Tool/Die                                         MTH 083                    Review Basics
This course is design to teach the students the basics of tool and die. The        A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power and square
students work on various projects in Tool and Die design using CAD/CAM             roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (fractions, decimals, per-
and CNC machines.                                                                  centages) and tables and graphs. Class held in the Learning Opportunities
                                                                                   Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Pre-
6528     AA       1-18 WALKER, R              ARR     ARR                   V134   requisite: ASSET score between 33-37 or COMPASS score between 28-43.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                   7888     AA       2        RASMUSSEN, D      MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM         A221
                                                                                   7890     BA       2        WALTERS, G        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM         A221
                                         MATHEMATICS                               7892     CA       2        SMITH, A          MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM        A125
                                                                                   Class is taught in a classroom.
MTH 080                     Whole Numbers
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Class held in the Learn-      7894     DA       2        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM        A221
ing Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless oth-       7912     EA       2        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM        A221
                                                                                   7914     FA       2        SANDMEIER, D      MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM         A221
erwise noted. Prerequisite: ASSET score between 23-28 or COMPASS score
                                                                                   7916     GA       2        SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      3:00PM- 4:00PM         A221
between 1-19.                                                                      7918     HA       2        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      4:10PM- 5:10PM         A221
7840     AA        1        SANDMEIER, S     MTWTh    8:00AM- 9:00AM        A221   8544     WB       2        HAGAN, J           MW        5:20PM- 8:40PM         A221
7842     BA        1        WALTERS, G       MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM        A221   9874     WK       2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221
7844     CA        1        SMITH, A         MTWTh    10:20AM-11:20AM       A221   8546     XB       2        ARTER, M           TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM         A221
7846     DA        1        LIEBLER, N       MTWTh    11:30AM-12:30PM       A221
7848     EA        1        LIEBLER, N       MTWTh    12:40PM- 1:40PM       A221   MTH 084                    Algebra/Geometry
7850     FA        1        SANDMEIER, D     MTWTh    1:50PM- 2:50PM        A221   This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic
7852     GA        1        SANDMEIER, S     MTWTh    3:00PM- 4:00PM        A221   concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles,
7854     HA        1        LIEBLER, N       MTWTh    4:10PM- 5:10PM        A221   and area and volume. For the student who has never taken algebra or who
8531     WB        1        HAGAN, J          MW      5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221   needs a refresher before enrolling in MTH 091. Prerequisite: MTH 082 with
9860     WK        1        LEE, M             Sa     8:30AM-10:30AM        A221   appropriate TABE test score or MTH 083 or ASSET 38-40/COMPASS 44-50
9862     WK        1        LEE, M             Sa     9:30AM-11:30AM        A221   placement.
9864     WK        1        LEE, M             Sa     10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
8534     XB        1        ARTER, M          TTh     5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221   7920     AA       2        SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh       8:00AM- 9:00AM        A221
                                                                                   7921     BA       2        LIEBLER, N        MTWTh       9:10AM-10:10AM        A125
                                                                                   Class is taught in a classroom.
                                                                                   7922     CA       2        FREESE, J          MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM       A221
                                                                                   7924     DA       2        LIEBLER, N         MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM       A221
                                                                                   7926     DII      2        LIEBLER, N          ARR       ARR
                                                                                   7928     EA       2        RASMUSSEN, D       MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM       A221
                                                                                   7930     FA       2        SANDMEIER, D       MTWTh       1:50PM- 2:50PM       A221
                                                                                   7932     GA       2        SANDMEIER, S       MTWTh       3:00PM- 4:00PM       A221
                                                                                   7934     HA       2        LIEBLER, N         MTWTh       4:10PM- 5:10PM       A221
                                                                                   8548     WB       2        HAGAN, J            MW         5:20PM- 8:40PM       A221
                                                                                   9876     WK       2        SUNDBLAD, T           Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM       A221
                                                                                   8550     XB       2        ARTER, M             TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM       A221
37 – Credit Classes                                                                                             *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                          Mathematics                                                      Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
MTH 095                     Intermediate Algebra                                                                   MTH 097                     Algebra Review 2
This course is a rapid coverage of high school level algebra. Topics include:                                      The second course of a three-quarter sequence (MTH 096, MTH 097, MTH
Integer and rational exponents, operations with polynomials and factoring,                                         098) which covers Elementary and Intermediate AlegeAlgebraics include:
operations with rational and radical expressions, solving quadratic and ratio-                                     Operations with polynomials, factoring polynomials, solving equations by
nal equations, graphs of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, complex                                        factoring, exponents, scientific notation, operations with rational expres-
numbers, functions, and applications of all of the aforementioned. Prerequi-                                       sions, solving rational equations, and applications of all of the aforemen-
site: 2.0 or better in MTH 097 is acceptable but not advised or ASSET/COM-                                         tioned. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 096 or ASSET/COMPASS
PASS test placement.                                                                                               test placement.
5500     AA        5        ZHANG, L                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      S226    5522     AA        5        SCHWENK, S               MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      W144
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
5502     BA        5        MIJIC, M                 MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       S145    5524     BAW 5              BOURAMA, T               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       V127
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
5504     CA        5        ROBINSON, R              MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM                       S248    5526     CA        5        CRIDDLE, N               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       S151
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
5506     DA        5        VO, T                    MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      S248    5528     DA        5        CRAWFORD, C              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      S248
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
8552     DII       5        ZHANG, L                   ARR            ARR                                          8566     DII       5        SCHWENK, S                 ARR            ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation 9/17/07 @ 7:00 PM in S230. Contact Limin Zhang at lzhang@           taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation meeting on 9/17/07 @ 5:00 PM in S230. Contact Sharon
columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://      Schwenk at sschwenk@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This course is primarily conducted through
mymathlab.com/.                                                                                                    the Internet at http://mymathlab.com/.
8554     WB        5        LAM, H                     MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S247    5530     EA        5        STAFF                    MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      S249
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
8556     XB        5        TARBERT, C                 TTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S145    5532     FA        5        ZABARAUSKAS              MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      A332
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
8558     YB        5        ETHERIDGE, D               MW             7:30PM- 9:40PM                       D104    5534     GA        5        JULIAN, R                MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      D104
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   5536     HA        5        STAFF                    MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       S249
MTH 096                     Algebra Review 1                                                                       $10.50 lab fee.
The first course of a three-quarter sequence (MTH 096, MTH 097, MTH 098)                                           8568     WB        5        DESTEESE, S                MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S239
which covers Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. Topics include: Op-                                              $10.50 lab fee.
erations with real numbers, solutions of linear equations and inequalities,                                        8570     XB        5        DAVIS, R                   TTh            7:30PM- 9:40PM                       S235
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
graphing lines, and applications of the aforementioned. Prerequisite: MTH
084 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement.
                                                                                                                   MTH 098                     Algebra Review 3
5508     AA        5        KIPPES, J                MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                       S248    The third course of a three-quarter sequence (MTH 096, MTH 097, MTH 098)
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   which covers Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. Topics include: Graphs
5510     BA        5        ERNST, L                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       S249
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, operations with radical expres-
5512     CA        5        ZHANG, L                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       S143    sions, complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, functions and appli-
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    cations of the aforementioned. A grade of 2.0 or better in this class will sat-
5514     DA        5        STAFF                    MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      D104    isfy the Intermediate Algebra Proficiency requirement for the AA degree.
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 097.
5516     EA        5        MICKELSON, J             MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      S248    5538     AA        5        RAWLINS, D               MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                       S145
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
5518     FA        5        HOWARD, B                MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      S238    5540     BA        5        MEIER, P                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       S248
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
5520     GA        5        GUILBAULT, F             MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       S247    5542     CA        5        MCNICKLE, M              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      S143
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
8560     WB        5        CUSTER, J                  MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S235    5544     DA        5        JINDAL, M                MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      S143
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    $10.50 lab fee.
8562     XB        5        THRASHER, M                TTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S239    8572     DII       5        MEIER, P                   ARR            ARR
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
8564     YB        5        BRENCHLEY, D               TTh            7:30PM- 9:40PM                       S247    an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation 9/18/07 @ 5:00 PM in S230. Contact Paul Meier at pmeier@
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                                    columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://
                                                                                                                   www.mymathlab.com/. Students will be required to make occasional visits.
                                                                                                                   8574     WB        5        WIETSMA, M                 MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       A332
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   8576     YB        5        FLYNN, K                   TTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S247
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.

                                                                                                                   MTH 100                     Algebraic Tools for Vocational Application
                                                                                                                   Designed to introduce the vocational student to the algebraic tools needed
                                                                                                                   to solve problems applicable to their trade. The course contains formulas
                                                                                                                   for the area and volumes of common surfaces and solids, powers and roots,
                                                                                                                   equation solving, methods of approximation, and some statistics. This course
                                                                                                                   does not satisfy the prerequisite requirements for courses requiring MTH
                                                                                                                   095. Prerequisite: MTH 084 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement.
                                                                                                                   5546     AA        2        GUILBAULT, F               MW             11:00AM-12:00PM                      V128
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                              Credit Classes – 38
          Credit Classes                                                                                  Mathematics
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
MTH 106                     Business Mathematics                                                                   MTH 147                     Finite Math [M/S] [Q/SR]
Mathematical concepts used in business such as interest, buying, selling,                                          Fundamental concepts of mathematics emphasizing appreciation and
and depreciation. Required by some majors for AAS degree; does not satisfy                                         respect for precise definitions and logical reasoning. A course especially
math requirement for AA degree. This course does not satisfy the prerequi-                                         suited for students in the behavioral, managerial and social sciences. Top-
site requirements for courses requiring MTH 095. Prerequisite: MTH 084 or                                          ics include matrices, systems of linear equations and inequalities, finance,
ASSET/COMPASS test placement.                                                                                      probability and counting techniques, game theory, decision analysis and
5548     AA        5        MACDUFF, D               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      S143    Markov chains. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 095, MTH 098 or
5550     BA        5        MACDUFF, D               MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       S143    ASSET/COMPASS test placement.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   5564     AA        5        MCNICKLE, M              MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       S247
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
MTH 121                     Structure of Elementary Math [M/S]                                                     8586     DII       5        MEIER, P                   ARR            ARR
An introduction to problem-solving principles and strategies, sets and log-                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
ic, numeration systems, properties of the real number system and its sub-                                          an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation 9/18/07 @ 6:00 PM in S230. Contact Paul Meier at pmeier@
systems, and applications of mathematics. Primarily for elementary edu-                                            columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://
                                                                                                                   www.mymathlab.com/. Students will be required to make occasional visits.
cation majors. This course satisfies the quantitative skills requirement for
the AA degree provided that MTH 122 is also successfully completed. Pre-                                           8588     WB        5        WEIER, C                   MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S145
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
requisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 095, MTH 098, or ASSET/COMPASS
test placement.                                                                                                    MTH 154                     Precalculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]
5552     AA        5        BARTRAND, M              MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      S247    Designed to prepare the student for entry into Basic Calculus. Precalculus I
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   together with Precalculus II is designed to prepare the student for entry into
MTH 123                     Algebra/Probability/Stats Elementary                                                   the calculus sequence: MTH 231, MTH 232, MTH 233 and MTH 234. The topics
                                                                                                                   include absolute value, complex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, ra-
                            [M/S][Q/SR]                                                                            tional, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions,
An elementary introduction to algebraic reasoning, probability and statistics.                                     theory of equations, and sequences and series. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or
Primarily for elementary education majors. This course satisfies the Quantita-                                     better in MTH 095, MTH 098 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement. Students
tive Skills requirement for the AA degree, provided that MTH 121 has been                                          completing MTH 154 may not receive graduation credit for MTH 157.
successfully completed. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 121.
                                                                                                                   5566     AA        5        MCNICKLE, M              MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                       S247
5554     AA        5        SCHWENK, S               MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     W144     $10.50 lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   5568     BA        5        JINDAL, M                MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       S248
8578     WB        5        STATON, C                  MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       D114    $10.50 lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   5570     CA        5        MICKELSON, J             MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       S238
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
MTH 130                     Math Appreciation [M/S] [Q/SR]
This class is designed for the student who has successfully completed Inter-                                       5572     DA        5        MICKELSON, J             MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      W150
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
mediate Algebra. The course will attempt to make mathematics enjoyable,                                            8590     DII       5        ZHANG, L                   ARR            ARR
practical, understandable and informative using a variety of real-life applica-                                    Mandatory orientation meeting on 9/17/07 @ 6:00 PM in S230. Contact Limin Zhang at lzhang@columbiabasin.
tions. Topics include: Linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic models,                                      edu for further information. This course is conducted primarily though the Internet at http://mymathlab.com/.
geometry, tessellations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability                                  5574     EA        5        SCHWENK, S               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       S235
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
and statistics. The class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement for the
AA degree. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 095, MTH 098 or AS-                                         5576     FA        5        BARTRAND, M              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      S247
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
SET/COMPASS test placement.
                                                                                                                   5578     GAW 5              BOURAMA, T               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      S235
5556     AA        5        CRIDDLE, N               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      S249    $10.50 lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                   5580     HA        5        ZHANG, L                 MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       S235
8580     DII       5        BOURAMA, T                 ARR            ARR                                          $10.50 lab fee.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      8592     WB        5        WEND, C                    MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S249
an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation meeting on 9/17/07 @ 8:00 PM in S230. Contact Toure Bourama         $10.50 lab fee.
@ tbourama@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet
at http://mymathlab.com/.                                                                                          8594     XB        5        WITTMAN, R                 TTh            7:30PM- 9:40PM                       S248
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.

MTH 143                     Basic Statistics [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                          MTH 155                     Precalculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]
A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such as busi-
                                                                                                                   Precalculus II is the second quarter of the precalculus sequence. Precalculus
ness, behavioral sciences, computer science, etc. A study of both descriptive
                                                                                                                   II is predominantly trigonometry. The topics include trigonometric functions
and inferential statistics. It includes measures of central tendency, probabil-
                                                                                                                   and their inverses, solving triangles, circular functions, identities, conditional
ity, sampling methods, hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation.
                                                                                                                   equations, complex numbers in polar form, conic sections, parametric and
Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 095, MTH 098 or ASSET/COM-
                                                                                                                   polar equations, systems of equations, matrices and determinants, and vec-
PASS test placement.
                                                                                                                   tors. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 154. Students completing
5558     AA        5        REYES-SPINDO             MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       N104    MTH 155 may not receive graduation credit for MTH 157.
$10.50 lab fee.
5560     BA        5        ERNST, L                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      S249    5582     AA        5        MICKELSON, J             MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                       S249
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee.
5562     CA        5        CRAWFORD, C              MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       S248    5584     BA        5        CRAWFORD, C              MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       S235
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee.
8582     DII       5        BOURAMA, T                 ARR            ARR                                          8596     WB        5        SCHERRER, C                MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S248
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation meeting on 9/17/07 @ 8:00 PM in S230. Contact Toure Bourama
@ tbourama@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet
at http://mymathlab.com/.
8584     WB        5        STEPHENSON                 MW             7:30PM- 9:40PM                       S248
$10.50 lab fee.




39 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                           Medical Assistant – Music                                              Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
 LINE#    SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME                  LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
MTH 157                     Precalculus I & II [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                             MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Precalculus I & II is a condensed, accelerated combination of Precalculus I
and Precalculus II. Selected topics from Precalculus I and Precalculus II are             MA        111             Pharmacology I
covered in one quarter, allowing the better prepared student to complete                  This class will provide a basic knowledge of pharmacology including the legal
the precalculus preparation in one quarter rather than two. The topics in-                ethical issues, the terms and abbreviations, the involvement of governmen-
clude polynomial, rational, logarithmic and circular functions. Also, analytic            tal agencies, the role of the providers and allied health professional, read-
geometry, complex numbers, vectors, and sequences and series. Prerequi-                   ing, interpreting and documenting the medication orders; and the effects
site: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 095 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement.                  of medication and common drugs used with each body system including
Students completing MTH 157 may not receive graduation credit for MTH                     antioplastics, analgesics, antipyretics, nutritional supplements and alterna-
154 and/or MTH 155.                                                                       tive medicines. Prerequisites: MTH 082 or ASSET score of MTH 083. Required
5586     AA        5        BARTRAND, M       MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM           S247   admission into the Medical Assistant program. Information available at the
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                           Health Sciences division office (509)547-0511 ext. 4000.
                                                                                          4400     AA       5       CLARKE, H                  MTWTh            7:50AM- 9:10AM                      E108*
MTH 210                     Basic Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]                                   Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
Designed for non-physical science majors such as business, management,                    and at the Health Sciences web sites.
behavioral science and social science. Topics include: Relations, functions,
exponential and logarithmic functions, derivatives and their applications, in-            MA        114             Human Body Structure, Function and Diseases I
tegrals and their applications, and functions of several variables. Prerequisite:         This is the first of two structure and function classes introducing cellular
Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 154 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement.                        function, organ systems of the body, the anatomy and physiology of the
                                                                                          integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine systems, the senses
5588     AA        5        JINDAL, M         MTWTh       9:10AM-10:10AM           S247   and the blood, and the common diseases and their pathology of each of
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                          these body systems. Prerequisites: AOT 147/HIT 147. Required admission
MTH 231                     Calculus with Analytic Geometry I [M/S] [Q/SR]                into the Medical Assistant program. Information available at the Health Sci-
The first course in the sequence for students whose major field of study re-              ences division office (509) 547-0511 ext. 4000.
quires a full year of calculus. Topics include limits of algebraic and trigono-           4442     AA       4       CLARKE, H                  MTWTh            9:20AM-10:10AM                      E102*
metric expressions, the derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions,
applications of the derivative, and an introduction to antiderivatives and the                                                            MUSIC
definite and indefinite integral. Prerequisites: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH
154 and MTH 155 or MTH 157 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement.                               MUS 101                   Music Theory
5590     AA        5        MEIER, P          MTWTh       8:00AM- 9:00AM          W147    Courses must be taken in sequence. The melodic, rhythmic and harmonic
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                           elements of music through ear-training, sight singing, writing, analysis, and
5592     BA        5        CRIDDLE, N        MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM           S235   keyboard work. This course should be taken concurrently with MUS 171.
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                           Some music background is required. Students with no piano background
                                                                                          should take MUS 134 concurrently. Offered Fall quarter only.
MTH 232                     Calculus with Analytic Geometry II [M/S] [Q/SR]               0400     AA       5       HUBBS, R                   MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       P103
A continuation of MTH 231. Topics include: Applications of the definite inte-             0402     BA       5       HUBBS, R                   MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      P103
gral; differentiation and integration of logarithmic, exponential and inverse
trigonometric functions; hyperbolic functions and their inverses, techniques              MUS 115                   Music Appreciation [H]
of integration; indeterminate forms and improper integrals. Prerequisite:                 The study of musical literature from early times to the present. Emphasis
Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 231 or equivalent.                                          on listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, attendance at
5594     AA        5        ERNST, L          MTWTh       9:10AM-10:10AM           S249   concerts, and films.
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                           0404     AA       5       BURROUGHS, R               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       P203
                                                                                          0406     BA       5       BURROUGHS, R               MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      P203
MTH 233                     Calculus with Analytic Geometry III [M/S] [Q/SR]              8031     DII      5       PEDERSEN, R                 ARR             ARR
A continuation of MTH 232. Topics include: Infinite sequences and series,                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                          to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
conics, parametric equations, polar coordinates, arc length, vectors in two               an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
and three dimensions, surfaces, cylindrical coordinates, and spherical coor-              heading. Those unable to attend must contact Bob Pedersen by the second day of class, via email at bpedersen@
                                                                                          columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2387.
dinates. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 232 or equivalent.
8598     WB        5        TATE, C            TTh        7:30PM- 9:40PM           S249   MUS 116                   History of Jazz [H]
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                          The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white America.
MTH 234                     Multi-variable Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]                          This is an intercultural humanities course. Emphasis on listening and enjoy-
An introduction to the calculus applied to functions of two or three variables.           ment through the use of recordings, attendance at concerts, and films.
Topics include functions of several variables, partial derivatives, differentials,        0408     AA       5       CAZIER, D                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       D104
directional derivatives, multiple integration, vector fields, line integrals, Green’s     8033     DII      5       CLARK, D                    ARR             ARR
                                                                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
Theorem, surface integrals, the Divergence Theorem and Stokes’s Theorem.                  to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 233 or equivalent.                            an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
                                                                                          are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Clark by the second day of class, either via email
5596     AAW 5              BOURAMA, T        MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM           S238   at dclark@columbiabasin.edu or x 2331.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                          MUS 118                   Band
                                                                                          Instruction and performance of standard and contemporary wind literature.
                                                                                          In all performing groups a maximum of six elective credits may be applied
                                                                                          to an A.A. Degree.
                                                                                          8034     WB      1- 2     HUBBS, R                       T            7:30PM- 9:30PM                       P103
                                                                                          MUS 122                   Applied Music
                                                                                          Private lessons on wind, percussion and keyboard instruments. Instruction
                                                                                          may be by CBC faculty or by instructors approved by the CBC music depart-
                                                                                          ment. There may be additional fees charged by the instructor. These courses
                                                                                          are intended for students who are pursuing a degree in music.
                                                                                          0410     AA       1       HUBBS, R                     ARR            ARR

                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                     Credit Classes – 40
          Credit Classes                                                    Music – Nursing
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY    TIME                   LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                   DAY          TIME                             LOCATION
MUS 123                     Applied Music                                             MUS 204                   Music Theory
Private vocal lessons. Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by instructors ap-        Melody harmonization, harmonic dictation, chromatic harmony, advanced
proved by the CBC Music department. There may be additional fees charged              modulation, 20th century techniques, and oral composition. Prerequisite:
by the instructor. These courses are intended for students who are pursu-             MUS 103. This course should be taken concurrently with MUS 274. Offered
ing a degree in music.                                                                Fall Quarter only.
0412     AA        1        CAZIER, D       ARR     ARR                               0432     AA      5        BURROUGHS, R              MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      P102
MUS 124                     Applied Music                                             MUS 240                   Jazz Theory and Improvisation
Private lessons on string instruments. Instruction may be by CBC faculty or           A combination of jazz theory and improvisation techniques for the small
by instructors approved by the CBC Music department. There may be ad-                 group setting. The emphasis will be on individual solving skills. Performance
ditional fees charged by the instructor. These courses are intended for stu-          required at various CBC concerts and jazz festivals.
dents who are pursuing a degree in music.                                             0434     AA      1        LYDEEN, T                   ARR            ARR
0414     AA        1        BURROUGHS, R    ARR     ARR                               0435     BA      1        HABERMAN, S                 ARR            ARR
MUS 125                     Orchestra                                                 MUS 242                   Advanced Vocal Jazz
Introduction in and performance of standard orchestral literature. In all per-        Emphasis on traditional and contemporary vocal jazz concepts in an ad-
forming groups a maximum of six elective credits can be applied to an AA              vanced ensemble situation. Extensive audition required each spring for
degree. Prerequisites: Orchestra instrument background and instructor’s               the following academic year. Performances required on and off campus. A
permission.                                                                           maximum of six credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree.
8035     WB        1        BURROUGHS, R     Th      7:30PM- 9:30PM            P103   Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission.
                                                                                      0436     AA      1- 3     CAZIER, D                  DAILY           1:50PM- 2:50PM                      P203
MUS 134                     Piano Class
Group piano instruction for all students interested in beginning piano. Stu-          MUS 274                   Advanced Ear Training
dents may take more than one quarter.                                                 This class will focus on developing the skills to correctly identify chord pro-
0416     AA        2        MANCINELLI K    MTTh     9:10AM-10:10AM            P102   gressions and melodic dictation. There will also be continued work with Ear
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                       Training concepts. This class should be taken concurrently with MUS 204.
0418     BA        2        MANCINELLI K    MTTh    10:20AM-11:20AM            P102   Offered Fall Quarter only.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                      0438     AA      1        BURROUGHS, R                  F            8:00AM- 8:50AM                      P103
MUS 137                     Jazz Band                                                 MUS 281                   Advanced Chorus
Study, rehearse, and perform jazz, commercial, and big band literature. Per-          Instruction and performance of advanced choral literature from a variety of
formances required on and off campus. A maximum of six elective credits               historical periods and cultures. Performances required on and off campus.
from this course can be applied to an AA degree. Prerequisite: Audition and/          A maximum of six credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree.
or instructor’s permission.                                                           Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission.
0420     AA       1- 3      HUBBS, R        DAILY   12:40PM- 1:40PM            P103   0440     AA      1- 3     CAZIER, D                  DAILY           11:30AM-12:30PM                     P203
MUS 140                     Vocal Jazz
Emphasis on swing and vocal jazz concepts within a performance ensem-                                         NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
ble. Performances required on and off campus. In all performing groups a              NDT 101                   Basic NDT Theory in VT, PT, RMT
maximum of six elective credits from this course can be applied to an AA              An introductory level study of non destructive testing, welding codes and
degree. Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission.                                        standards as applied in the construction trades and maintenance repair
0422     AA       1- 3      CAZIER, D       DAILY    1:50PM- 2:50PM            P203   programs. Includes discussion of NDE techniques, AWS, API inspection stan-
                                                                                      dards, ASME Sections V and IX codes and introduces their use. The training
MUS 147                     Instrument Ensemble                                       will follow SNT-TC-1A format for Visual Testing Level I (VT-I), Magnetic Par-
The following ensembles will be organized if enrollment warrants: Brass               ticle Testing Level I (MT-I) and Penetrant Testing Level I (PT-I). Upon comple-
ensemble, woodwind ensemble, string ensemble, and mixed instrumental                  tion of this course, the student should be able to minimally identify proper
ensemble. A maximum of six elective credits from this course can be ap-               welding codes, follow inspection procedures and be able perform Level I
plied to an AA degree.                                                                NDE for the three techniques VT, PT and MT.
0424     AA        1        BURROUGHS, R    ARR     ARR                               6845     AA      5        DAVIS, R                   DAILY           1:00PM- 2:00PM                      V128
MUS 161                     Beginning Folk Guitar                                     6843     WB      5        DAVIS, R                   DAILY           6:00PM- 7:00PM                      V128
Group guitar instruction in the fundamentals of folk guitar playing for the
beginner, including basic strums, chords and note reading.                                                                       NURSING
8037     WB        2        POLK, M         MW       5:00PM- 7:00PM            D105   NRS      101              Basic Pharmacology
MUS 171                     Ear Training Fundamentals                                 Drug dosage calculations and administration techniques. Emphasis is on
This class will focus on developing the skills to correctly identify major and        mathematic computations for various forms of drug administration utiliz-
minor scales, intervals, rhythmic patterns, and triads in root position. This class   ing household, metric and Apothecary measurements. Prerequisite: Admis-
should be taken concurrently with MUS 101. Offered Fall Quarter only.                 sion to the Nursing program.
0426     AA        1        BURROUGHS, R     F       9:10AM-10:10AM            P103   5234     AAW 3            HORNTVEDT, T                 MT            8:00AM- 9:00AM

MUS 181                     Chorus                                                    NRS      111              Nursing I
Instruction and performance of standard choral literature from a variety of           Initial course in the Nursing Program. Includes theory and clinical practice
historical periods and cultures. Performances required on and off campus.             in the fundamentals of Nursing care and the introduction of the Nursing
Open to all students. A maximum of six credits from this course can be ap-            process. Concepts of growth and developmental tasks for all ages and be-
plied to an AA degree.                                                                ginning-level professional communication skills are presented. Emphasis is
                                                                                      on safety, health maintenance and basic skills development. Prerequisites:
0428     AA        1        CAZIER, D       TTh     11:30AM-12:30PM            P203   Admission to the Nursing program and BIO 221/BIO 2211 or concurrent en-
                                                                                      rollment. All must have a grade of 2.0 or above.
                                                                                      4050     AAW 7            BURNS, L                     M             9:10AM-11:20AM
                                                                                      Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
                                                                                      and at the Health Sciences web sites.



41 – Credit Classes                                                                                               *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                          Nursing Assistant – Paralegal                                                  Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                   DAY          TIME                             LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
NRS      1111             Nursing I Lab                                                                          NA        1001            Nursing Assistant Lab
Lab to be taken concurrently with NRS 111.                                                                       This course provides the skills laboratory and clinical requirements for the
4056     AAW 4            BURNS, L                     TW            6:50AM-11:20AM                              Nursing Assistant lecture course. The student will be involved in on-cam-
                                                                                                                 pus learning laboratory experiences as well as clinical rotations within com-
NRS      1351             Nursing Trends Lab                                                                     munity health facilities.
A campus laboratory experience designed to allow the Nursing student time                                        4073     AC       4       STAFF                        TWF            10:30AM- 1:10PM                    Q110*
to gain proficiency in Nursing skills before actual practice in the hospital set-                                Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
                                                                                                                 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
ting. Students enrolled in the Nursing [rogram register for this class each
quarter. Pass/Fail class. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Nursing program.
4075     AAW 2            TUCKER, K                   ARR            ARR                                                               NUTRITION & FOOD SCIENCE
NRS      201              Pharmacology                                                                           NFS       111             Nutrition & Food Science [M/S]
This class will supplement, review and reinforce information provided on                                         Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients. Economic, cultural
pharmacology of drugs that have been covered in Nursing I, II, III, and IV.                                      and psychological influences are considered. The need for vitamins, miner-
Students will review drug classifications and pharmacological principles                                         als, and special nutritional requirements at different stages of the life cycle
associated with medication administration, while relating this information                                       and special topics of current concern are included.
to a corresponding patient diagnosis as well as understanding the related                                        4080     AAW      5       BURLINGAME J               MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      S145
nursing implications. Students will also be challenged with medication cal-                                      4082     BAW      5       BURLINGAME J               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      S145
culations through out the course of the program. Prerequisites: Current en-                                      4083     CAW      5       BURLINGAME                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      S145
rollment in NRS 211/NRS 2111.                                                                                    8480     DII      5       BARTON, D                   ARR             ARR
                                                                                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
4029     AAW 1            MOFFITT, S                  ARR            ARR                                         to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                 an on-line class at CBC.
NRS      211              Nursing IV                                                                             8482     WBW 5            PEDERSON, A                  TTh            7:30PM- 9:40PM                       S238
The first course in the second level of the Nursing program. Emphasis is on
the application of the nursing process in the delivery of nursing care to in-                                                                             PARALEGAL
dividuals experiencing acute medical/surgical and psychiatric illness. Class-
room and clinical experiences are directed toward increasing the student’s                                       PL        101             Introduction to Paralegalism
knowledge of pathophysiological and psychiatric dysfunctions and devel-                                          Basic paralegal procedures designed to acquaint those interested in the
oping advanced nursing skills in assessment, planning, and implementa-                                           paralegal field with a broader understanding of the judicial process.
tion of patient care. Prerequisite: Student must meet minimal requirements                                       8160     AA       5       HOFFMANN, R                  TTh            7:30PM- 9:50PM                    W180B
for entry into the second year of the Nursing program under the following
conditions: An LPN with advanced placement; a student continuing in the                                          PL        105             Law Office Management
Nursing program from the first year with a minimum 2.5 GPA in Nursing                                            Office management including policies, budgeting, personnel, purchasing,
and a 2.0 in all supporting courses; BIO 260/BIO 2601 with a grade of 2.0 or                                     billing, etc., to relieve attorney from routine duties.
above or concurrent enrollment.                                                                                  8164     WB       3       WHITLOW, R                    W             7:30PM- 9:50PM                    W180B
4000     AAW 5            MOFFITT, S                MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM
                                                                                                                 PL        121             Beginning Contract Law
NRS      2111             Nursing IV Lab                                                                         A three-quarter series of courses that study promissory agreements between
Lab to be taken concurrently with NRS 211.                                                                       two or more persons which create, modify, or destroy legal relations. Courses
4010     CA      5        SOMMERS, C                   TW            6:50AM-12:00PM                              include the study of offer, acceptance, and consideration.
                                                                                                                 8168     WB       3       STAFF                         Th            5:00PM- 7:20PM                    W180C
NRS      2351             Nursing Trends Lab
A campus laboratory experience designed to allow the nursing student to                                          PL        131             Introduction to Torts
gain proficiency in nursing skills before actual practice in the hospital set-                                   A three-quarter series of courses that includes an introduction to the field
ting: Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Nursing program.                                                           of personal injury case law. Emphasis on principles such as international in-
4022     AA      1        MORRIS, P                    M             11:30AM-12:30PM                             juries, negligent injuries, activities for which one may be held strictly liable
                                                                                                                 and products liability. The student also develops an understanding of the
                                                                                                                 principles of case and tort analysis.
                              NURSING ASSISTANT
                                                                                                                 8170     XB       3       HOFFMANN, R                   Th            5:00PM- 7:20PM                    W180B
NA       100              Nursing Assistant
This course leads to the ability of those completing the course to become                                        PL        141             Probate Procedures
eligible for testing as a Nursing Assistant Certified. The course covers com-                                    The study of probate laws, practices, and procedures necessary to probate
munication and interpersonal skills, infection control, safety and emergency                                     estates. Special emphasis on the skills necessary for a paralegal to handle
procedures, promoting resident independence, respecting resident rights,                                         probate matters.
basic nursing skills, personal care skills, mental health and social services                                    8171     WB       3       BEELER, G                     M             7:30PM- 9:50PM                    W180B
needs, care of the cognitively impaired resident, basic restorative care, resi-
dent rights, HIPAA, First Aid and CPR for the health care provider, HIV/AIDS,                                    PL        146             Paralegal Ethics
dementia, and cultural awareness. Concurrent enrollment into NA 1001                                             This course will explore ethics and the practice of law. Special attention will
lab. Students will be required to demonstrate skills associated with each of                                     be paid to ethics for paralegal practice and issues that the paralegal might
the course subjects within the laboratory or clinical setting. More informa-                                     encounter.
tion is available from the Health Sciences Division office at (509)547-0511                                      8172     WB       3       FEENEY, K                     M             5:00PM- 7:20PM                    W180B
ext. 4000.                                                                                                       PL        150             Introduction to Legal Writing
4072     AA      4        STAFF                       TWF            9:00AM-10:20AM                     F109*    This is the first of a three-quarter sequence of courses that examine and
Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                            develop legal research and writing skills. This course examines the funda-
                                                                                                                 mentals of legal research and writing. Students become familiar with the
                                                                                                                 American court system, criminal and civil legal process, legal citations, and
                                                                                                                 the law library. Lectures, practical exercises, as well as writing assignments,
                                                                                                                 will be used to assist the students in understanding the topics covered in
                                                                                                                 this course. Prerequisites: PL 101 and ENG 101.
                                                                                                                 8174     WB       3       WHITLOW, R                    W             5:00PM- 7:20PM                    W180B

                            *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                              Credit Classes – 42
          Credit Classes                                                                      Paramedic –Phlebotomy
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                 DAY          TIME                             LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                   DAY          TIME                             LOCATION
PL        1972              Internship                                                                           PED       087             Parent-Toddler-Sibling
Supervised learning in a law office or other legal facility. Jobs are planned                                    Brothers and sisters ages three and under come to class once a week. A
to give students on-the-job training as legal assistants enabling them to see                                    quality early childhood program taught by an early childhood specialist is
the practical use of course work they have completed. Prerequisite: At least                                     offered to the children. Parents assist in the classroom with developmen-
45 credits of paralegal courses.                                                                                 tally appropriate activities. During discussion time with a parent education
8176     WB       1- 3      WALKER, C                 ARR            ARR                                         instructor, parents explore parenting siblings, develop realistic age-level
                                                                                                                 expectations, clarify personal child rearing values, explore child guidance
PL        221               Labor Law                                                                            techniques, and discuss contemporary family issues.
Survey of the field of labor law and relations as it relates to paralegal work.                                  9506     AA      1- 2     STAFF                            W         9:15AM-11:15AM                      A024
Prerequisites: 15 credits of 100-level PL courses.
8178     AA        3        DICKERSON, T                T            5:00PM- 7:20PM                   W180B      PED       088             Parent-Toddler
                                                                                                                 Parents and child(ren) ages 24 to 36 months attend school together once a
                                         PARAMEDIC                                                               week. A quality early childhood program taught by an early childhood spe-
                                                                                                                 cialist is offered to the children. Parents assist in the classroom with devel-
PMD 204                     Paramedic IV                                                                         opmentally appropriate activities. During group discussion lead by a par-
This is the fourth course in the Paramedic sequence. It provides skills and                                      ent education instructor, parents develop realistic age-level expectations,
knowledge necessary to assess and manage trauma emergencies specifically:                                        clarify personal child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques, and
Mechanism of injury, soft tissue & burn injuries, as well as head, neck, chest,                                  discuss contemporary family issues.
abdominal and other musculoskeletal trauma. The course follows the 1998                                          9508     AA      1- 2     STAFF                        Th            9:15AM-11:15AM                      A024
DOT National Standard Curriculum for EMT-Paramedics, and is designed to                                          9510     BA      1- 2     STAFF                         F            9:15AM-11:15AM                      A024
give students the foundation to continue training to become eligible to take
the National Registry EMT-Paramedic Exam. The lab portion of the course in-                                      PED       089             CO-OP Preschool
troduces the students to the policies & procedures of the field and hospital                                     Parents and child(ren) ages 3 to 5 years attend school together one day
internship sites, where they continue to work on their minimum competen-                                         and the child attends an additional one or two days per week. A quality
cies in the emergency department, respiratory therapy, cardiac catheteriza-                                      preschool program taught by an early childhood specialist is offered to the
tion lab and the intensive care units. Students continue the field/ambulance                                     children. Parents assist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate
clinical competencies. At the end of this course, the areas of neonate and                                       activities. Through observation, participation and discussion with a parent
pediatric care will begin, with completion in PMD 205. Prerequisite: Comple-                                     education instructor, parents have an opportunity to better understand
tion of PMD 203/PMD 2033 with a grade of 2.0 or above.                                                           their own child and his/her individual needs as well as explore a variety of
4108     AAW 6              NILSON, E                 ARR            ARR                                         parenting issues.
Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog   9512     AA      1- 3     STAFF                       MWF            9:00AM-11:30AM
and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                                           STAFF                       MWF            9:00AM-11:30AM
                                                                                                                 Class meets at the Wright Avenue Fire Station, Richland.
PMD 2043                    Paramedic IV Lab                                                                     9514     BA      1- 3     STAFF                        TTh           9:00AM-11:30AM
Lab to be taken concurrently with PMD 204.                                                                                                 STAFF                        TTh           9:00AM-11:30AM
4110     AAW 3              NILSON, E                 ARR            ARR                                         Class meets at the Wright Avenue Fire Station, Richland.
$10.50 lab fee.

                                                                                                                                                        PHILOSOPHY
                                 PARENT EDUCATION
                                                                                                                 PHI       101             Introduction to Philosophy
The Parenting and Early Learning Program office completes all registrations                                      A study of the fundamental questions concerning humans and the uni-
for parent education classes. Enrollment may be done at any time during the                                      verse that recur in the history of their thoughts; religion, knowledge, real-
quarter. For further information, to schedule a visit, or to register for classes                                ity, and morality.
call 547-0511 ext. 2640.
                                                                                                                 2076     AA       5       BULLERT, G                 MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM                     L109
PED       085               Parent-Infant                                                                        PHI       120             Logic [H]
Parents and infants 0-12 months attend class together once each week in a                                        A study of the principles of formal and informal thinking: Induction, deduc-
specially designed infant/toddler environment. Class time is spent in active                                     tion, and language.
parent-child interactions and in group discussions lead by parent education                                      2078     AA       5       WAKEMAN, C                MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      D114
instructors. The class helps parents develop realistic age-level expectations,
clarify child rearing values, explore methods of child guidance, strengthen                                      PHI       131             World Religions [H]
family communication, explore contemporary family issues and relax and                                           A survey of the major religious systems of the world, including Hinduism,
enjoy their role as parents.                                                                                     Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
9500     AA       1- 2      STAFF                       F            9:15AM-11:15AM                      A024    2080     AA       5       BULLERT, G                 MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM                     B107
PED       086               Parent-Young Toddler
Parents and child(ren) ages 12 to 24 months attend class together once a                                                                                PHLEBOTOMY
week. A quality early childhood program, taught by an early childhood spe-                                       PHLEB 100                 Phlebotomy I
cialist is offered to the children. Parents assist in the classroom with devel-                                  This first quarter is lecture for the two quarter sequence. Students must pass
opmentally appropriate activities. During group discussion lead by a par-                                        this first quarter with 70% or higher in order to continue into the following
ent education instructor, parents develop realistic age-level expectations,                                      quarter, PHLEB 1001 Lab. Perquisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a grade of 2.0 or
clarify personal child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques and                                     higher. Malpractice Insurance fees are added into the registration. A Wash-
discuss contemporary family issues.                                                                              ington state background check must be completed prior to admittance into
9502     AA       1- 2      STAFF                      M             9:15AM-11:15AM                      A024    this course. Immunization records must be presented the first day of class.
9504     BA       1- 2      STAFF                      T             9:15AM-11:15AM                      A024    Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Phlebotomy program. Information avail-
                                                                                                                 able at the Health Sciences Division office (509)547-0511 ext. 4000.
                                                                                                                 8402     WB       4       STAFF                        TTh           3:00PM- 5:00PM                       242
                                                                                                                 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
                                                                                                                 and at the Health Sciences web sites.




43 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                          *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                            Physical Education Professional – Physical Education                                    Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME                LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                     DAY          TIME                               LOCATION

          PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL                                               PE         1131              Aerobic Dance II [PE]
                                                                                        Continued study and advanced techniques of this activity. Dance steps and
PEC       180               Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries                    routines executed to increase cardiovascular rate. Students test and record im-
This course includes information on preventative procedures such as taping              provements in pulse rates and pulmonary recovery. Prerequisite: PE 1121.
and bracing. Care of initial injury including American Red Cross Certification          4626      AA        1        ELGIN, K                      MW             9:10AM-10:10AM                       G103F
for Adult CPR and First Aid. Rehabilitation and return to activity protocol. This        $10.50 lab fee.
is good information for coaches, athletes, or active people in general.
4701     AA        3        STOKER, L          MTW        9:10AM-10:10AM       G103G    PE         1141              Aerobic Dance III [PE]
Class ends 11/19                                                                        Advanced study in this activity. Dance steps and routines rigorously executed
                                                                                        for improving cardiovascular rate and leading to figure trimming and toning.
PEC       236               Fundamentals of Volleyball                                  Improvements will be tested and recorded. Prerequisite: PE 1131.
This is an introductory course in the history and development of power vol-             4628      AA        1        ELGIN, K                      MW             9:10AM-10:10AM                       G103F
leyball. It is also a study of the basic skills and organization of offensive and        $10.50 lab fee.
defensive strategies.
4700     AA        2        PATRICK, J         TTh       12:40PM- 1:40PM         G103   PE         1171              Yoga I [PE]
                                                                                        An introductory course to Hatha Yoga. The course will emphasize physical
PEC       242               Theory of Basketball                                        exercises, breathing exercises, and meditation practice.
Advanced concepts and theory in basketball coaching and continuation of                 4630      AA        1        LEAHY, E                      TTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                       G103F
fundamentals of basketball will supply students with up-to-date informa-                 $10.50 lab fee.
tion concerning fundamentals, practice organization, game preparation,
and player evaluation. Prerequisite: PEC 235.                                           PE         1191              Yoga II [PE]
4702     AA        2        HOLDEN, C          DAILY      1:50PM- 2:50PM         G103   A continuation course to a Hatha Yoga practice. The course will include in-
Class ends OCT 11.                                                                      termediate physical poses, yoga breathing exercises, and selected medi-
4704     BA        2        SCHUMACHER,        DAILY      4:00PM- 5:00PM         G103   tations.
Class ends OCT 11.                                                                      4632      AA        1        LEAHY, E                      TTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                       G103F
                                                                                         $10.50 lab fee.
PEC       243               Theory of Volleyball
Theory of volleyball for prospective coaches and advanced players with the              PE         1201              Weight Training I [PE]
aspects of philosophy, psychology, methods, and organization.                           The student will be exposed to theories of weight training. Emphasis will be
4706     AA        2        PATRICK, J         TTh       12:40PM- 1:40PM         G103   placed on strength development, muscular endurance, and flexibility. The
                                                                                        student will design an individual program with the use of free weights and
PEC       248               Theory of Baseball I                                        multi-station machines.
Introduces the student to the complexities of offensive and defensive strat-            4634      AA        1        BEARD, J                      MW             11:30AM-12:30PM                       G106
egies. A complete review of the mental aspects of individual and team play.              $10.50 lab fee.
Prerequisite: PEC 250.                                                                  4636      BA        1        BEARD, J                      TTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                       G106
                                                                                         $10.50 lab fee.
4708     AA        2        HASELHUHN, S      MTWTh       6:00PM- 7:00PM         G101
Class ends 10/09/07.
                                                                                        PE         1211              Weight Training II [PE]
PEC       250               Baseball Fundamentals                                       An intermediate program with the student designing his/her individual
Study of the basics involved in the total offensive and defensive scheme                workout program.
of baseball. Methods of instruction and techniques of performance will be               4638      AA       1- 2      BEARD, J                      MW             11:30AM-12:30PM                       G106
covered along with specific progress drills.                                             $10.50 lab fee.

4710     AA        3        HASELHUHN, S      MTWTh       6:00PM- 7:00PM         G101   4640      BA       1- 2      BEARD, J                      TTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                       G106
Class ends 10/24/07.                                                                     $10.50 lab fee.

                                                                                        PE         1221              Weight Training III [PE]
                              PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                        An advanced program with the student designing her/his individual work-
PE        1101              Aerobics Step Training I [PE]                               out program.
A low-impact exercise program that involves stepping up and down on a                   4642      AA       1- 2      BEARD, J                      MW             11:30AM-12:30PM                       G106
                                                                                         $10.50 lab fee.
platform of adjustable height to the accompaniment of music, leading to
improved cardiovascular conditioning, as well as lower body endurance                   4644      BA       1- 2      BEARD, J                      TTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                       G106
                                                                                         $10.50 lab fee.
and strength.
4620     AA        1        ELGIN, K           TTh       10:20AM-11:20AM       G103F    PE         1271              Fitness Center I [PE]
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                        A total fitness program that develops individual fitness levels in cardiovas-
                                                                                        cular training with benefits of weight training to improve muscle tone and
PE        1111              Aerobics Step Training II [PE]                              physical conditioning.
Continued study and involvement offering a greater level of conditioning
through the use of more intense training techniques involved with step                  4646      AA        1        STOKER, L                    ARR             ARR                                   G106
training.                                                                                                            VLADIMIROFF                  ARR             ARR                                   G106
                                                                                                                     ROGERS, S                    ARR             ARR                                   G106
4622     AA        1        ELGIN, K           TTh       10:20AM-11:20AM       G103F                                 PATRICK, J                   ARR             ARR                                   G106
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                                                     DUNTERMAN, D                 ARR             ARR                                   G106
PE        1121              Aerobic Dance I [PE]                                                                     BEARD, J                     ARR             ARR                                   G106
Dance steps and routines rigorously executed to increase cardiovascular                                              HASELHUHN, S                 ARR             ARR                                   G106
                                                                                                                     STOKER, L                    ARR             ARR                                   G106
rate, leading to figure trimming and toning. Records on improvements in                 4648      BA        2        STOKER, L                    ARR             ARR                                   G106
pulse rates and pulmonary recovery will be kept.                                         $10.50 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded
                                                                                         class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation.
4624     AA        1        ELGIN, K           MW         9:10AM-10:10AM       G103F     Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
$10.50 lab fee.




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                        Credit Classes – 44
           Credit Classes                                                                        Physical Education – Physics
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                      DAY          TIME                               LOCATION     LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
PE        1281             Fitness Center II [PE]                                                                       PE        1611              Basketball II [PE]
A continuation of the total fitness program with more involvement in strength,                                          The students will expand their knowledge of the skills of basketball, and
flexibility, muscle toning, aerobic exercise, and body composition.                                                     additional skills will be introduced. Team strategy at a more advanced level
4650     AA       1        STOKER, L                     ARR             ARR                                   G106     will be emphasized. Prerequisite: PE 1601.
4652     BA       2        STOKER, L                     ARR             ARR                                   G106     4676     FT        1        HOLDEN, C                MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      G001
$10.50 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded   $10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.
class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation.
Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.                                                                                     4674     FT        1        SCHUMACHER,              MTWTh            5:00PM- 6:00PM                       G001
                                                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.

PE        1291             Fitness Center III [PE]
An advanced, self-paced approach to fitness through the use of specialized                                              PE        1621              Basketball III [PE]
exercises, multiple weight machines, and aerobic equipment.                                                             Review of advanced basketball skills. Introduction of offensive patterns, de-
                                                                                                                        fensive sets, and individual style of play. The class will also involve usage of
4654     AA       1        STOKER, L                     ARR             ARR                                   G106     fast break and the transition game. Prerequisite: PE 1611.
4656     BA       2        STOKER, L                     ARR             ARR                                   G106
$10.50 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded   4680     FT        1        HOLDEN, C                MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      G001
class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation.            $10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.
Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
                                                                                                                        4678     FT        1        SCHUMACHER,              MTWTh            5:00PM- 6:00PM                       G001
                                                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.
PE        1321             Golf I [PE]
Basic stroke instruction with all clubs to provide the student with sufficient                                          PE        1871              Baseball I [PE]
skill to enjoy playing the game. The rules, courtesies, and safety factors will                                         Introduces the student to basic skills of baseball. Student will be given in-
be taught and tested.                                                                                                   struction in all phases of the game, with main purpose being to gain an un-
4658     AA       1        DUNTERMAN, D                MTWTh             11:30AM-12:30PM                                derstanding of fundamentals.
4659     BA       1        DUNTERMAN, D                MTWTh             12:40PM- 1:40PM                                4682     FT       1- 2      ROGERS, S                 DAILY           10:00AM- 2:00PM                      G101
$10.50 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golfland, Argent and Road 42. Class meets first four weeks of the quarter          $10.50 lab fee. Class meets 09/10/07 to 09/21/07.
and will end 10/11.

PE        1331             Golf II [PE]                                                                                 PE        1881              Baseball II [PE]
Techniques on special shots such as sand shots, sidehill, and downhill lies                                             Students will expand their knowledge of the skills of baseball taught at the
are emphasized. Prerequisite: PE 1321.                                                                                  beginning level. Team strategy will be taught at a more advanced level. Pre-
                                                                                                                        requisites: PE 1871.
4660     AA       1        DUNTERMAN, D                MTWTh             11:30AM-12:30PM
4661     BA       1        DUNTERMAN, D                MTWTh             12:40PM- 1:40PM                                4684     FT        1        ROGERS, S                 DAILY           10:00AM- 2:00PM                      G101
                                                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee. Class meets 9/10 to 9/14.
$10.50 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golfland, Argent and Road 42. Class meets first four weeks of the quarter
and will end 10/11.
                                                                                                                        PE        1891              Baseball III [PE]
PE        1351             Golf Swing Analysis Strategies [PE]                                                          Advanced level of skills will be taught, and theory of baseball strategy will
A comprehensive study of the individual parts of the modern golf swing with                                             be introduced in all phases of the game. Specific drills will be used for de-
intensive training directed toward precise control and more power.                                                      velopment of specialized skills. Prerequisites: PE 1881.
4662     AA       2        KASCH, M                       MW             12:40PM- 1:40PM                                4686     FT        1        ROGERS, S                 DAILY           10:00AM- 2:00PM                      G101
$10.50 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golfland, Argent and Road 42. Class meets first four weeks of the quarter          $10.50 lab fee. Class meets 9/10 to 9/14.
and will end 10/11.
                                                                                                                        PE        1901              Cardio Kickboxing I [PE]
PE        1481             Jogging I [PE]                                                                               This course involves the study and implementation of martial art style kicks
Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime                                                and punches, along with exercises to enhance flexibility, cardiovascular en-
skills in aerobic fitness. Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and en-                                          durance, and increased stamina.
joying jogging. Offered for the beginning jogger or walker through the                                                  4688     AA        1        ELGIN, K                   TTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                    G103F
competitive runner.                                                                                                     $10.50 lab fee.
4664     AA       1- 2     PATRICK, J                    ARR             ARR
$10.50 lab fee. Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via
email at jpatrick@columbiabasin.edu.
                                                                                                                        PE        1991              Pilates
                                                                                                                        A group exercise course based on the Pilates method of physical condition-
PE        1491             Jogging II [PE]                                                                              ing. Course will emphasize stretching and strengthening of muscles follow-
Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime                                                ing a set series of exercises by Joseph Pilates.
skills in aerobic fitness. Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and en-                                          4629     AA        1        LEAHY, E                   TTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                     G103F
                                                                                                                        $10.50 lab fee.
joying jogging. Offered for the intermediate jogger or walker through the
competitive runner.
4666     AA       1- 2     PATRICK, J                    ARR             ARR                                                                                         PHYSICS
$10.50 lab fee. Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via
email at jpatrick@columbiabasin.edu.                                                                                    PHY 100                     Concepts of Physics [M/S]
                                                                                                                        Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elementary algebraic
PE        1501             Jogging III [PE]                                                                             procedures. Selected topics from classical and modern physics. Primarily for
Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime                                                the non-science major. Prerequisite: MTH 095 or MTH 096.
skills in aerobic fitness. Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and                                              5260     AA        4        SIDIBE, A                 MTW             9:10AM-10:10AM                       S237
enjoying jogging. Offered for the advanced jogger or walker through the                                                 8430     DII       4        SIDIBE, A                 ARR             ARR
competitive runner.                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                        to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
4668     AA       1- 2     PATRICK, J                    ARR             ARR                                            on-line class at CBC. Mandatory Orientation: 9/18/07 @ 7:00 PM in room S230. Contact Aissata Sidibe at asidibe@
$10.50 lab fee. Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via     columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the internet.
email at jpatrick@columbiabasin.edu.
                                                                                                                        PHY 1001                    Concepts of Physics Lab [M/S]
PE        1601             Basketball I [PE]                                                                            Lab to be taken concurrently with PHY 100.
Beginning skills and strategy, this class is suitable for anyone with a desire to
                                                                                                                        5262     AA        1        SIDIBE, A                    F            11:10AM- 1:10PM                      S237
learn the basics of the game, with emphasis on rules and court procedure.                                               $10.50 lab fee.
4672     FT       1        HOLDEN, C                   MTWTh             12:40PM- 1:40PM                       G001     5263     BA        1        SIDIBE, A                    T            11:30AM- 1:30PM                      S237
$10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.                                                                                     $10.50 lab fee.
4670     FT       1        SCHUMACHER,                 MTWTh             5:00PM- 6:00PM                        G001
$10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.


45 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                                   *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                  Political Science – Radiologic Technology                                      Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME                 LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                   DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
PHY 105                     General Physics I [M/S]                                      PSY       101              General Psychology [S/B]
This course is designed for those students that are not majoring in a four-              Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior and mental process-
year Engineering or Physical Science Degree. Topics include measurement                  es. Some areas of study are personality and learning theory, neurobiology,
and units, vectors, motion in one and two dimensions, Newton’s laws, work                motivation, cognition, memory, research design and methods.
and energy, momentum and collisions, circular motion, gravity, rotational                2036     AA       5        DELICH, J                 MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                      L109
motion. Prerequisite: MTH 113 or equivalent with a 2.0 or higher.                        2038     BA       5        TAFF, M                   MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                      A126
5264     AA        4        STAFF             MTWTh       8:00AM- 8:50AM          S145   2040     CA       5        DELICH, J                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      L109
                                                                                         2042     DAW      5        MAGELSEN, L               MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     W155
PHY 1051                    General Physics I Lab [M/S]                                  8210     DII      5        MONTGOMERY,                ARR             ARR
Lab to be taken concurrently with PHY 105.                                               This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                         to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
5266     AA        1        STAFF               W        12:40PM- 2:30PM          S237   an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation, Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room B102.
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                         8212     DII      5        MEADOWS, D                  ARR            ARR
5268     BA        1        STAFF               W         3:00PM- 4:50PM          S237   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                          to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
                                                                                         on-line class at CBC. WebCT orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
                                                                                         heading. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
PHY 201                     Engineering Physics I [M/S]
                                                                                         2044     EAW      5        BEARD, K                  MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      B106
Physics for Engineering or Physical Science majors. Mechanics. Prerequisite:             2046     FA       5        TAFF, M                   MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      A126
MTH 231, or equivalent, with a G.P.A. of 2.0 or better.                                  2048     GAW      5        MAGELSEN, L               MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       A126
5270     AA        4        SIDIBE, A          MTW       8:00AM- 9:00AM           S237   2050     HAW      5        STAFF                     MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM                       L109
5271     BA        4        SIDIBE, A          MTW       10:20AM-11:20AM          S237   8214     WBW      5        STAFF                      MW              5:00PM- 7:10PM                       B107
8434     WB        4        STAFF              TTh       5:00PM- 7:00PM           S237
                                                                                         PSY       201              Social Psychology [S/B]
PHY 2011                    Engineering Physics I Lab [M/S]                              Interaction between the individual and the group with emphasis on how
Lab to be taken concurrently with PHY 201.                                               the group influences the behavior of individuals. Topics include conformity,
5272     AA        1        SIDIBE, A           F         9:00AM-11:10AM          S237   aggression, communication, attitudes, attribution processes, group dynam-
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                         ics and the social construction of reality.
5273     BA        1        STAFF               F         7:00AM- 9:00AM          S237   2052     AAW 5             CHAKRABARTI               MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      B106
$10.50 lab fee.
8436     WB        1        STAFF               Th        7:00PM- 9:00PM          S237   PSY       202              Introduction to Abnormal Psychology [S/B]
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                         Explores mental disorders from sociocultural, neurobiological, psycho dy-
                                                                                         namic, cognitive, and behavioral perspectives. Describes maladaptive mental
                                  POLITICAL SCIENCE                                      disorders as well as their incidence and treatment. Prerequisite: PSY 101.
PS        100               American Government [S/B]                                    2054     AAW 5             BEARD, K                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      W155
A survey of the system and process of American national politics and gov-                PSY       230              Human Sexuality
ernment; including the structure and function of the executive, legislative,             A survey of human sexuality from biological, psychological, sociocultural,
and judicial branches; and the American political party system.                          and sociobiological perspectives. Topics include sexual orientation, sexual
2030     AA        5        BULLERT, G        MTWTh       8:00AM- 9:00AM          L102   dysfunction, and sexually transmitted diseases.
8208     WB        5        BULLERT, G         TTh        5:00PM- 7:10PM          L109   8216     WB       5        DELICH, J                   MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                       L109
PS        103               International Relations [S/B]                                PSY       240              Developmental Psychology [S/B]
An examination of various theoretical approaches to international politics,              A comprehensive survey of psychological development of the human from
causes of war, approaches to peace, and sources of conflict in the contem-               conception to death in relation to biological, physical, social and psycho-
porary world.                                                                            logical conditions. Prerequisite: PSY 101.
2032     AAW 5              LARSON, J         MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM          B105   2056     AA       5        DELICH, J                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      L109
                                                                                         8218     DII      5        BEARD, K                   ARR             ARR
                                         PSYCHOLOGY                                      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                         to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                         an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 pm., Room W155.
PSY       100               Applied Psychology [S/B]
Designed to meet requirements for students graduating with vocational
and technical degrees. The application of psychology in the workplace and                                          RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
the development of human relations skills is emphasized.
                                                                                         RATEC           105        Introduction to Radiographic Technique
2034     AA        3        DELICH, J          TWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM          L101   Introduces concepts of electromagnetic radiation necessary to understand-
                                                                                         ing the production and control of x-radiation. Students learn how the ra-
                                                                                         diographic image is created and what factors affect the appearance of that
                                                                                         image. Prerequisite: Acceptance into program.
                                                                                         4800     ACW 2             STAFF                       MW             9:30AM-10:30AM                  HSC141*
                                                                                         Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
                                                                                         and at the Health Sciences web sites.

                                                                                         RATEC           106        Computed Imaging
                                                                                         Presents computed imaging in comparison to screen-film technology. Topics
                                                                                         include identifying components, understanding how they affect the image
                                                                                         and quality control. Prerequisite: Acceptance into program.
                                                                                         4802     ACW 2             STAFF                         F            8:30AM-10:30AM                  HSC141*




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                    Credit Classes – 46
          Credit Classes                                                      Reading
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR        DAY    TIME              LOCATION     LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME              LOCATION
RATEC            108        Positioning and Related Anatomy II                     RDG 083                      Vocabulary Improvement
Provides demonstration and film evaluation experience in positioning and           This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to increase their
related anatomy of the spine, pelvis and lower extremities. Format includes        vocabulary using an in-context approach. Two levels of text are available,
one hour lecture and two hours lab each week. Prerequisite: Acceptance             based on reading level. Grading is pass/no credit. Class held in the Learning
into program.                                                                      Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format.
4804     ACW 3              STAFF             MW      8:30AM- 9:20AM   HSC141*     7712      AA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM        A221
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    7714      BA       1- 3      WALTERS, G        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM        A221
                                                                                   7716      CA       1- 3      SMITH, A          MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM       A221
RATEC            1103 Clinical Education I                                         7718      DA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM       A221
Provides supervised clinical experience at an affiliated health care site. Be-     7720      EA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM       A221
ginning RATEC students are assigned to clinical education sites, 40 hours          7722      FA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, D      MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM        A221
per week for two weeks. Students get an orientation to hospital and depart-        7724      GA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      3:00PM- 4:00PM        A221
ment procedures, participate in ancillary radiology activities, and observe        7726      HA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      4:10PM- 5:10PM        A221
and perform diagnostic radiologic procedures. Prerequisite: Acceptance             8708      WB       1- 3      HAGAN, J           MW        5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221
into program.                                                                      9298      WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM        A221
4820     ACW 3              WHITE, B          ARR    ARR                           9302      WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                    9304      WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
                                                                                   8781      WK1      1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
RATEC            1113 Clinical Education II                                        8710      XB       1- 3      ARTER, M           TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221
Second in a series of supervised clinical education experiences. Students are
assigned to clinical sites, 15 hours per week. Students observe and perform        RDG 086                      Reading Skills
diagnostic radiologic procedures. Prerequisite: Acceptance into program.           Designed for students needing individualized instruction to improve their
                                                                                   proficiency in basic reading skills. After interpreting diagnostic testing in the
4808     ACW 5              WHITE, B          ARR    ARR                           LOC, the instructor develops a program for each student. Grading is pass/
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                   no credit. Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where
RATEC            125        Medical Terminology                                    instruction is a lab format. For those students whose schedules do not al-
Presents a systematic approach to medical terminology combining word               low for Reading 091, this class serves as an alternate. Prerequisite: Minimum
roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Prerequisite: Acceptance into program.              ASSET score of 32 or teacher recommendation.
4810     ACW 1              STAFF             ARR    ARR                           7728      AA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM        A221
                                                                                   7730      BA       1- 3      WALTERS, G        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM        A221
                                           READING                                 7732      CA       1- 3      SMITH, A          MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM       A221
                                                                                   7734      DA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM       A221
RDG 079                     Spelling                                               7736      EA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM       A221
This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through the             7738      FA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, D      MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM        A221
use of spelling rules and in-context exercises. Grading is pass/no credit.         7740      GA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      3:00PM- 4:00PM        A221
Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction            7742      HA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      4:10PM- 5:10PM        A221
is a lab format.                                                                   8712      WB       1- 3      HAGAN, J           MW        5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221
                                                                                   9390      WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
7680     AA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S     MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM        A221    9391      WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM        A221
7682     BA       1- 3      WALTERS, G       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM        A221    9392      WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
7684     CA       1- 3      SMITH, A         MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM       A221    9396      WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
7686     DA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM       A221    8714      XB       1- 3      ARTER, M           TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221
7690     EA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM       A221
7692     FA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, D     MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM        A221    RDG 089                      Speed Reading
7694     GA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S     MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM        A221    This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading com-
7696     HA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM        A221    prehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software. Grading
8700     WB       1- 3      HAGAN, J          MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221    is pass/no credit. Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
9266     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM        A221    where instruction is a lab format.
9270     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
9272     WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM        A221    7744      AA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM        A221
8773     WK1      1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM        A221    7746      BA       1- 3      WALTERS, G        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM        A221
8702     XB       1- 3      ARTER, M          TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221    7748      CA       1- 3      SMITH, A          MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20PM       A221
                                                                                   7750      DA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM       A221
RDG 080                     Study Techniques                                       7752      EA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM       A221
Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies            7754      FA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, D      MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM        A221
for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time)       7756      GA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh      3:00PM- 4:00PM        A221
management, creating a study system, test preparation and taking. This is          7758      HA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N        MTWTh      4:10PM- 5:10PM        A221
a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center            8716      WB       1- 3      HAGAN, J           MW        5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221
                                                                                   9314      WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM        A221
(LOC). Instruction includes textbook and Web activities.
                                                                                   9316      WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
7698     AA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S     MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM        A221    9318      WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
7781     BA       1- 3      WALTERS, G       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM        A221    8784      WK1      1         SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
7700     CA       1- 3      SMITH, A         MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM       A221    8718      XB       1- 3      ARTER, M           TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221
7702     DA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM       A221
7704     EA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM       A221    RDG 091                      Reading Skills
7706     FA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, D     MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM        A221    Reinforces six essential reading comprehension skills: Recognizing vocabu-
7708     GA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S     MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM        A221    lary in context, locating main ideas, understanding supporting details, iden-
7710     HA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM        A221    tifying transitions, making inferences, outlining, and summarizing. This class
8704     WB       1- 3      HAGAN, J          MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221    gives students an opportunity to practice and improve these strategies in
9282     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM        A221    a supportive, non-threatening environment. Prerequisite: Minimum ASSET
9286     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM       A221    score of 32 or COMPASS score of 45-60 or teacher recommendation.
9288     WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
9284     WK1      1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM        A221    7760      AA       3         WALTERS, G        MWTh       10:20AM-11:20AM       V121
                                                                                    $5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
8706     XB       1- 3      ARTER, M          TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM        A221
                                                                                   7762      BA       3         WALTERS, G        MWTh       11:30AM-12:30PM       D105
                                                                                    $5.50 LASSIE testing fee.

47 – Credit Classes                                                                                               *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                              Real Estate – Social Science                                                 Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                  DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                             LOCATION
RDG 099                     College Reading Skills                                                                 RDG 115                     Vocabulary Improvement
Breaks reading down into the skills necessary for academic success: Identi-                                        This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with empha-
fication of unfamiliar words, main ideas, supporting details, and inferences;                                      sis on Greek and Latin root words. Also included are words often confused
distinguishing among organization patterns, and between fact and opinion.                                          and misused, descriptive words, action words, name derivatives and words
Prerequisite: Minimum ASSET score of 35 or COMPASS score of 61-81 or suc-                                          from various academic disciplines. Class is held in the Learning Opportuni-
cessful completion of RDG 091 or teacher recommendation.                                                           ties Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format.
7764     AA       3         ARTER, M                  MWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      V127    7792     AA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S            MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          7793     BA       1- 3      WALTERS, G              MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       A221
7766     BA       3         BEEMAN, S                 MWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      A125    7794     CA       1- 3      SMITH, A                MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          7795     DA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N              MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      A221
7768     CA       3         WALTERS, G                MWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      A125    7796     EA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N              MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
                                                                                                                   7797     FA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, D            MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       A221
7799     WB       3         BARR, K                      T            5:00PM- 8:00PM                       A334    7798     GA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S            MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM                       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
                                                                                                                   7801     HA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N              MTWTh            4:10PM- 5:10PM                       A221
                                                                                                                   8728     WB       1- 3      HAGAN, J                 MW              5:20PM- 8:40PM                       A221
RDG 105                     Speed Reading                                                                          3664     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T               Sa             8:30AM-10:30AM                       A221
This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading                                            8794     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T               Sa             9:30AM-11:30AM                       A221
comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software.                                                 8795     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T               Sa             10:30AM-12:30PM                      A221
Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction                                         9364     WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T               Sa             8:30AM-12:30PM                       A221
is a lab format.                                                                                                   8730     XB       1- 3      ARTER, M                 TTh             5:20PM- 8:40PM                       A221
7770     AA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S             MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       A221
7772     BA       1- 3      WALTERS, G               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       A221                                              REAL ESTATE
7774     CA       1- 3      SMITH, A                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      A221
7776     DA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N               MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      A221    RE        207               Principles of Real Estate
7778     EA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      A221    An overview of the sale, financing, transfer, and management of real estate,
7780     FA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, D             MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       A221    through lectures, discussion, workbooks and video materials. Course comple-
7782     GA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S             MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM                       A221    tion qualifies for taking the Washington State Real Estate Licensing Exam.
7783     HA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N               MTWTh            4:10PM- 5:10PM                       A221    1015     AA       1- 5      BAYLESS, S              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                    W180C
8720     WB       1- 3      HAGAN, J                  MW              5:20PM- 8:40PM                       A221
9330     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T                Sa             9:30AM-11:30AM                       A221
9332     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T                Sa             10:30AM-12:30PM                      A221                                                RUSSIAN
9334     WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T                Sa             8:30AM-12:30PM                       A221    RUS       101               Russian First Quarter [H]
8787     WK1      1         SUNDBLAD, T                Sa             8:30AM-10:30AM                       A221    Introduction to the Russian language including speaking and listening skills,
8722     XB       1- 3      ARTER, M                  TTh             5:20PM- 8:40PM                       A221    reading, writing, and grammar and Russian culture including geography,
RDG 110                     Study Techniques                                                                       customs, daily life, and heritage. Designed for the novice learner of Russian,
Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies                                            with little or no proficiency in the Russian language. Recommended that
for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time)                                       students have successfully completed at least ENG 099.
management, creating a study system, test preparation and taking. This is                                          2534     AA        5        NOVITSKAIA              MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      L107
a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center
(LOC). Instruction includes textbook and Web activities.                                                                                                       SENIORS
7784     AA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S             MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          SNR       015               Senior Fitness
7785     BA       1- 3      WALTERS, G               MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       A221    Class includes total fitness program involving strength, flexibility, muscle
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          toning, and aerobic exercise. Orientation and instructor’s permission are
7786     CA       1- 3      SMITH, A                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      A221    required for this class.
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
                                                                                                                   4657     AA        0        STOKER, L                  ARR           ARR                                  G106
7787     DA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N               MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                      A221    Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. New users must complete an
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.

7800     DII      1- 3      SANDMEIER, S               ARR            ARR
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required
to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                                                                            SOCIAL SCIENCE
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                                                   SSCI 290                    Social Research Methods [S/B]
7788     EA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N               MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                      A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          This course introduces students to the theory, methodology, and some
7789     FA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, D             MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM                       A221    of the specific techniques of social science research. Students will learn
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          how to compose research questions, review the literature, make measure-
7790     GA       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S             MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM                       A221    ments and obtain data, perform basic analyses of qualitative and quantita-
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          tive data, and write up research findings. The course will also explore the
7791     HA       1- 3      LIEBLER, N               MTWTh            4:10PM- 5:10PM                       A221    philosophical underpinnings and ethical considerations involved in social
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.                                                                                          research. This course is intended for students majoring in the social or be-
8724     WB       1- 3      HAGAN, J                   MW             5:20PM- 8:40PM                       A221    havioral sciences.
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
                                                                                                                   2070     AA        4        HELFORD, R              MTWTh             8:00AM- 8:50AM                      L101
8792     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T                 Sa            8:30AM-10:30AM                       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
                                                                                                                   SSCI 2901                   Social Research Methods Lab [S/B]
9346     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T                 Sa            10:30AM-12:30PM                      A221    Lab to be taken concurrently with SCCI 290.
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
9348     WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T                 Sa            8:30AM-12:30PM                       A221    2072     AA        1        HELFORD, R                  T            12:40PM- 2:30PM                    B104B
                                                                                                                   $10.50 lab fee.
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
8793     WK1 1              SUNDBLAD, T                 Sa            9:30AM-11:30AM                       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
8726     XB       1- 3      ARTER, M                   TTh            5:20PM- 8:40PM                       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                              Credit Classes – 48
          Credit Classes                                                                            Sociology – Speech
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                                LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME              LOCATION

                                         SOCIOLOGY                                                                  SPA      205              Spanish for Spanish Speakers [H]
                                                                                                                    Native or near-native speakers of Spanish will develop and improve reading,
SOC 101                   Introduction to Sociology [S/B]                                                           writing, and grammar skills in their native language, while learning to appre-
An introduction to the scientific study of society. Emphasis on relationship                                        ciate the depth and diversity of Latino culture both in the United States and
of the individual to society, inequality, social institutions, and deviant be-                                      abroad. Special attention will be given to spelling, accents, grammar, and
havior.                                                                                                             vocabulary of standard Spanish. Students will also be introduced to a com-
2060     AAW      5       HELFORD, R                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                        A333    prehensive and analytical survey of Spanish and Latin American literature.
2062     BA       5       STAFF                      MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                       W150    2532    AA       5        CRUZ, A           MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM       A331
2064     CAW      5       CHISHOLM, R                MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                       A330
8250     DIH      5       CHAKRABARTI                 TTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM                        W155                                           SPEECH
Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $31.75 fee.
8252     DII      5       CHAKRABARTI                  ARR            ARR                                           SPE      101              Speech Essentials [C]
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an    This course is recommended for students with no previous speech expe-
on-line class at CBC. WebCT orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning       rience. Students are taught to set a specific purpose for their speech and
heading. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
                                                                                                                    then to accomplish the purpose they have set for themselves. The course
2066     WBW 5            STAFF                        MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                         A126   also deals with problems of self-confidence, organizing ideas, developing
SOC 201                   Global Social Problems [S/B]                                                              content, and articulation of ideas. Recommended to be taken in tandem
Examines conditions that adversely affect the quality of life in the United                                         with, or after completing ENG 101.
States. Deviant behavior (crime, alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual deviance,                                           0302    AA       3        QUINLEY, V        MWTh        9:10AM-10:10AM       P204
                                                                                                                    Class ends 11/19/07.
mental illness) and problems of inequality (including poverty, racism, and
sexism) will be covered.                                                                                            0304    BA       3        FISHER, S          TWTh       8:00AM- 9:00AM       D104
                                                                                                                    Class ends 11/15/07.
2068     AAW 5            HELFORD, R                 MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                        A333   0306    CA       3        SAMS, C            TWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM       A333
8254     DII 5            HELFORD, R                  ARR             ARR                                           Class ends 11/15/07.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an    0308    DA       3        FISHER, S          MTTh      10:20AM-11:20AM       K101
on-line class at CBC. WebCT orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning       Class ends 11/19/07.
heading. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
                                                                                                                    0310    EA       3        WARD, R           MWTh       11:30AM-12:30PM        I106
                                                                                                                    Class ends 11/19/07.
                                             SPANISH                                                                0314    FA       3
                                                                                                                    Class ends 11/19/07.
                                                                                                                                              SAMS, C            MTTh       1:50PM- 2:50PM       A330
SPA       101             Spanish-1st Quarter [H]                                                                   0303    GA       3        WUTZKE, J          TWTh       8:00AM- 9:00AM       D113
Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, read-                                         Class ends 11/19/07.
ing, writing and grammar and Hispanic culture including geography, cus-                                             8072    WB       3        QUINLEY, V          M         5:00PM- 7:10PM       P204
toms, daily life and heritage. Designed for the novice learner of Spanish,                                          8074    XB       3        WUTZKE, J           Th        5:00PM- 7:10PM       A331
with little or no proficiency in the Spanish language. Recommended that
students have successfully completed at least ENG 099.                                                              SPE      102              Speech Essentials [C]
                                                                                                                    This course is an extended SPE 101 and recommended for students who
2512     GA       5       CRUZ, A                    MTWTh            12:40PM- 1:40PM                       A331    plan to transfer to a senior institution on a semester system. This course is
2514     AA       5       CRUZ, A                    MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                        B105
                                                                                                                    recommended for students with no previous speech experience. In addi-
2516     BA       5       YEDIDIA, S                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                        W131
2518     CA       5       SANDNESS, B                MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                        B105    tion to the goals as stated in SPE 101, the student will develop more poise
2520     DA       5       YEDIDIA, S                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                        W131    and self-confidence while performing before the audience. Additionally, in-
2522     EA       5       SPETS, S                   MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                       A330    teractive communication skills and interviewing techniques are introduced.
2524     FA       5       SANDNESS, B                MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                       B105    Credit not granted for both SPE 101 and SPE 102.
8256     WB       5       COMPSON, M                  TTh             6:00PM- 8:10PM                        B105    0316    AA       5        FISHER, S         MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM        D105
8258     WB       5       PATTEE, C                   MW              6:00PM- 8:10PM                        B105    0318    BA       5        WUTZKE, J         MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM       P204
SPA       102             Spanish-2nd Quarter [H]                                                                   SPE      110              Communication Behavior [C]
Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, reading,                                      An introduction to the basic elements that impact our communication with
writing and grammar and Hispanic culture including geography, customs,                                              each other. The course is designed to illustrate to the student the reasons
daily life and heritage. Prerequisite: SPA 101 or instructor’s permission.                                          for communication failures in two-party and small group situations. Among
2526     AA       5       O’BARR, R                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                        W132    other areas, active listening, conflict communication, self-esteem, and as-
                                                                                                                    sertiveness will be covered.
SPA       103             Spanish-3rd Quarter [H]                                                                   0320    AA       3        SAMS, C            MTTh       9:10AM-10:10AM    W180B
Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, read-                                         Class ends 11/19/07.
ing, writing, grammar, Hispanic culture including geography, customs, daily                                         0324    BA       3        FISHER, S          TWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM       K101
life and heritage. Prerequisite: SPA 102 or instructor’s permission.                                                Class ends 11/15/07.

2528     AA       5       O’BARR, R                  MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                       W132    0326    CA       3        WUTZKE, J          TWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM       D113
                                                                                                                    Class ends 11/15/07.
SPA       201             Spanish-4th Quarter [H]                                                                   8076    WB       3        BACON, J            Th        5:00PM- 7:10PM      A329
Extensive practice in all four language skills (reading, writing, speaking, lis-                                    8078    XB       3        FISHER, S            T        5:00PM- 7:10PM     B104A
tening). The course includes cultural readings and short stories and an in-                                         8079    YB       3        SAMS, C             M         5:00PM- 7:10PM      A331
depth review of basic Spanish grammar, expansion of basic vocabulary, and
a broadening of the student’s understanding of Hispanic culture. Prerequi-
site: SPA 103 or instructor’s permission.
2530     AA       5       SANDNESS, B                MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM                        B105




49 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                             *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                  Speech – Theatre Arts                                                     Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY           TIME                              LOCATION
SPE       111             Communication Behavior [C]                                                               SPE       260             Multicultural Communications [C]
This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their commu-                                            Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-sensitive
nication with friends, family and coworkers. It is designed to heighten the                                        methods of identifying basic problems involving communication failures
student’s awareness of personality styles and communication behaviors and                                          across ethnic and racial settings. The course is designed to encourage par-
their respective impact on interpersonal and group communication. Credit                                           ticipants to explore their own cultural identities in relationship to their
not granted for both SPE 110 and SPE 111.                                                                          cultures and those of others in order to improve the quality of their inter-
0327     AA       5       BRANDES, D                 MTWTh            6:50AM- 7:50AM                       A331    personal communication skills. They will also learn to apply various multi-
0328     BA       5       FLEISCHMAN                 MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                       I107    cultural approaches to behavior modification, racism, sexism, the valuing
0330     CA       5       FLEISCHMAN                 MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                       K101    of cultural diversity, collaboration, and the move toward inherent pluralism.
0332     DA       5       FLEISCHMAN                 MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                      D113    Prerequisite: ENG 101.
8080     DII      5       CLARY, C                    ARR             ARR                                          0340     AA       5       SAMS, C                    MTWTh            8:00AM- 9:00AM                     W180B
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      0341     BA       5       WUTZKE, J                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM                      D113
an on-line class at CBC. If you have questions about the class, contact Cathy Clary at claryc@columbiabasin.edu    0342     CA       5       SAMS, C                    MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                     W147
or by phone (509) 547-0511 ext. 2309.
                                                                                                                   8085     DII      5       BACON, J                    ARR             ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
SPE       141             Debate I                                                                                 to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving through debate                                         are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email
format and impromptu speaking. Includes principles of argumentation and                                            at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2331.
analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and logic; de-                                      8086     DII      5       BACON, J                      ARR           ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
tection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods of refutation and                                         to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a minimum of two debate tour-                                          an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
                                                                                                                   are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email
naments. SPE 101 or equivalent recommended.                                                                        at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2331.
0334     AA       2       FISHER, S                      F            9:30AM-11:30AM                       D104    8084     WB       5       TIJERINA, A                   MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM                     B104A
SPE       142             Debate II
Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving through debate                                                                                THEATRE ARTS
format and persuasive speaking. Includes principles of argumentation and                                           THA 1051                  Rehearsal and Performance
analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and logic; de-                                      Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage. After
tection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods of refutation and                                         play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected
rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a minimum of two debate tour-                                          for cast and production staff positions, will be involved in rehearsals and
naments. SPE 101 or equivalent recommended.                                                                        performances.
0336     AA       2       FISHER, S                      F            9:30AM-11:30AM                       D104    0200     AA      1- 3     QUINLEY, V                    ARR           ARR                                   P104
SPE       143             Debate III                                                                               0202     BA      1- 3     CAMPBELL, R                   ARR           ARR                                   P104
Provides investigation and practice in oral problem-solving through debate                                         0203     CA      1- 3     WUTZKE, J                     ARR           ARR                                   P104
format and extemporaneous speaking. Includes principles of argumenta-                                              THA 1061                  Rehearsal and Performance
tion and analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and                                        Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage. After
logic; detection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods of refuta-                                       play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected
tion and rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a minimum of two de-                                          for cast and production staff positions, will be involved in rehearsals and
bate tournaments. SPE 101 or equivalent recommended.                                                               performances.
0338     AA       2       FISHER, S                      F            9:30AM-11:30AM                       D104    0204     AA      1- 3     QUINLEY, V                    ARR           ARR                                   P104
SPE       220             Communication Skills for Conflict Resolution                                             0206     BA      1- 3     CAMPBELL, R                   ARR           ARR                                   P104
                                                                                                                   0207     CA      1- 3     WUTZKE, J                     ARR           ARR                                   P104
This course is highly recommended for those majoring in a number of disci-
plines including Business Administration, Human Resources, Human Services,                                         THA 1071                  Rehearsal and Performance
Criminal Justice, Pre-Law, Psychology and Communications. Many employ-                                             Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage. After
ers today are looking for people skilled in dispute resolution techniques. In-                                     play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected
terpersonal dispute in the workplace is the major reason for termination of                                        for cast and production staff positions, will be involved in rehearsals and
employees. In this active and thought-provoking class, students will study                                         performances.
and develop communication and dispute resolution skills through role-play                                          0208     AA      1- 3     QUINLEY, V                    ARR           ARR                                   P104
and practicing the mediation process. The class is designed to develop com-                                        0210     BA      1- 3     CAMPBELL, R                   ARR           ARR                                   P104
munication skills that promote active and constructive problem-solving and                                         0211     CA      1- 3     WUTZKE, J                     ARR           ARR                                   P104
dispute resolution in both personal and work relationships.
0339     AA       5       PARA, B                      TTh            12:40PM- 2:50PM                      D114    THA 115                   Introduction to Theatre [H]
                                                                                                                   An exploration of the many facets of theatre and the many creative artists who
                                                                                                                   comprise the theatre arts. The student studies the history of theatre, styles of
                                                                                                                   production, plays, playwrights, directors, actors, critics, and designers.
                                                                                                                   0212     AA       5       CAMPBELL, R                MTWTh             9:10AM-10:10AM                       P104
                                                                                                                   THA 120                   Acting-Beginning
                                                                                                                   An introductory course in acting fundamentals. Basic fundamentals such
                                                                                                                   as the playing of actions and objectives, imagination, relaxation and con-
                                                                                                                   centration will be explored through improvisation, scene-work, and the
                                                                                                                   study of theory.
                                                                                                                   0214     AA       3       QUINLEY, V                  MWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM                       P104
                                                                                                                   Class ends 11/19/07.




                            *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                                                 Credit Classes – 50
           Credit Classes                                                     Welding Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR               DAY    TIME               LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR               DAY    TIME              LOCATION
THA 1261                    Stagecraft                                                    WT        101               Oxy-Acetylene Process
A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an                 A theoretical approach to give the student an understanding in the areas of
emphasis on construction techniques. During lab times, students will gain                 oxy-acetylene cutting, welding and brazing of various metals. This class is for
a working knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety and crew                the beginning entry level student. Subject matter will focus on background
protocol.                                                                                 of the process and safety of this process and equipment and its uses.
0216     AA       1- 3      CAMPBELL, R             MTWTh   11:30AM- 1:30PM        P104   6806     AA        1        MITCHELL, C              M       1:00PM- 1:50PM       V130
                                                                                          6808     BA        1        TONNING, H               M       3:00PM- 3:50PM       V129
THA 1271                    Stagecraft
A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an                 WT        1011              Oxy-Acetylene Process Lab
emphasis on construction techniques. During lab times, students will gain                 This course is designed to fit the needs of beginning level students in a
a working knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety and crew                variety of process. Oxy-acetylene, Cutting, Shielded Metal Arc Welding,
protocol.                                                                                 Gas Metal Arc Welding (Mig), Flux Core Arc Welding, and Gas Tungsten Arc
0218     AA       1- 3      CAMPBELL, R             MTWTh   11:30AM- 1:30PM        P104   Welding. This includes background safety, present concepts applications
                                                                                          and methods of operation.
THA 1281                    Stagecraft                                                    6810     AA       1- 3      MITCHELL, C             TThF    11:00AM-12:50PM       V130
A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an                 $10.50 lab fee.
emphasis on construction techniques. During lab times, students will gain                 6812     BA       1- 3      TONNING, H              TThF     9:00AM-10:50AM       V129
a working knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety and crew                $10.50 lab fee.
protocol.
0220     AA       1- 3      CAMPBELL, R             MTWTh   11:30AM- 1:30PM        P104
                                                                                          WT        1021              Introduction to Shield Metal Arc Welding
                                                                                          An introduction to mild steel arc welding, consisting of manipulative skills
THA 199                     Special Studies                                               using the shield metal arc process with E6010 type mild steel electrode. Pre-
An exploration in technology and design of sound. The focus of the class                  requisite: ASSET test placement with a math minimum of 32 and a reading
will be on sound systems, live sound mixing and the creation of effects for               minimum of 35 or instructor’s permission.
theatre. Students will get hands on with a variety of equipment. No prior                 6814     AA       1-10 MITCHELL, C                  DAILY    7:00AM-10:50AM       V130
knowledge of sound equipment is required.                                                 $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

0222     AA        3        CAMPBELL, R              TTh     1:50PM- 2:50PM        P104   6816     BA       1-10 TONNING, H                   DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM       V130
Arrange 1 hour additional per week.                                                       $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                          8658     WB       1-10 SAARI, G                     TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
THA 2251                    Touring Children’s Theatre
This course involves adapting and developing material from children’s sto-                8660     XB       1-10 CURRY, D                     MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
ries and original literature into theatrical presentations. Emphasis is on en-
semble acting and improvisation skills. The second half of the quarter fo-                WT        1031              Advanced Shield Metal Arc Welding
cuses on performance as group tours area grade schools.                                   This course will develop welding skills to meet AWS and ASME standards
0224     AA       1- 3      QUINLEY, V              MWTh    12:40PM- 1:40PM        P204   using the shielded metal arc process. Prerequisite: WT 1021 or instructor’s
$10.50 lab fee.
                                                                                          permission.
THA 299                     Special Studies                                               6820     AA       1-10 CURRY, D                     DAILY    7:00AM-10:50AM       V130
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
This course will explore the design process and applications as it relates to
Theatre Arts. The focus will be on scenic and costume design. No Prereq-                  6822     BA       1-10 TONNING, H                   DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM       V130
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
uisites required.
                                                                                          8662     WB       1-10 SAARI, G                     TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
0226     AAW 3              WUTZKE, J                ARR    ARR                           $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                            ABBOTT, D                ARR    ARR                           8664     XB       1-10 CURRY, D                     MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                            VOCATIONAL ESL (VESL)
                                                                                          WT        1041              Shield Metal Arc Welding Certification
This course is primarily designed for ESL students who are interested in                  Advanced development of arc welding skills to meet AWS, WABO and ASME
learning vocational skills in a computer lab setting. Call 547-0511 ext. 2352             certification standards using the shielded metal process. Prerequisite: WT
for registration information.                                                             1031 or instructor’s permission.
                                                                                          6826     AA       1-10 CURRY, D                     DAILY    7:00AM-10:50AM       V130
                            WELDING TECHNOLOGY                                            $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                          6828     BA       1-10 TONNING, H                   DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM       V130
WT        100               Basic Welding                                                 $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
A basic introduction to Welding designed for students exploring the trade.                8666     WB       1-10 SAARI, G                     TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
Introductory information about various welding processes will be presented                $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
including safety concepts. This class will meet the welding requirements of               8668     XB       1-10 CURRY, D                     MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
the Autobody Program. Concurrent enrollment in WT 1001 is required.                       $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

6800     AA        1        CURRY, D                 T       1:00PM- 1:50PM        V130
6802     BA        1        EDWARDS, L               M       1:00PM- 1:50PM        V130   WT        1051              Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Certificate
                                                                                          An introduction to gas metal arc welding, consisting of manipulative skills
WT        1001              Basic Welding Lab                                             using the gas metal arc process. Prerequisite: WT 1031 or instructor’s per-
This class is designed for students wanting to explore the welding trade.                 mission.
It is also available for automotive and autobody students to meet their re-               6832     AA       1-10 CURRY, D                     DAILY    7:00AM-10:50AM       V130
quired welding class. The class will provide hands-on demonstrations, as                  $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
well as personalized instruction of various welding applications including                6834     BA       1-10 STANDLEY, D                  DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM       V130
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
safety, set-up and tear down, and methods of operation for oxy-actylene,
arc welding, and wire feed welding.                                                       8670     WB       1-10 CURRY, D                     MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6804     AA       1- 3      CURRY, D                 WF     12:00PM- 2:50PM        V130   8672     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                    Sa      7:00AM-12:50PM       V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8654     WB       1- 3      SAARI, G                 TTh     6:30PM- 9:30PM        V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                         8674     XB       1-10 SAARI, G                     TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8656     XB       1- 3      CURRY, D                 MW      6:30PM- 9:30PM        V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

51 – Credit Classes                                                                                                     *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                              Welding Technology                                              Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                DAY    TIME               LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR               DAY   TIME                LOCATION
WT        1301             Metallic Arc Refresher                                         WT        2301             Pipe Welding Refresher
Designed primarily for tradesmen who need upgrading in Shielded Metal-                    This course is designed for tradesmen who need upgrading on pipe weld-
lic Arc Welding. Includes instruction and practice for upgrading skills, test             ing procedures and skills for employment in the piping field. Includes in-
qualifications and special application. Prerequisite: Trade experience. A test            struction and practice for upgrading welding test qualifications and special
may be given to verify experience.                                                        applications. Prerequisite: Trade experience. A test may be given to verify
6838     AA       1-10 STANDLEY, D                  ARR      7:00AM-10:50AM        V130   experience.
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                         6866     AA       1-10 MC DOWELL, T                 ARR    7:00AM-10:50AM         V130
6840     BA       1-10 STANDLEY, D                  ARR      7:00AM-10:50AM        V130   $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                         6868     BA       1-10 TONNING, H                   ARR   12:00PM- 3:50PM         V130
8676     UB       1-10 CURRY, D                     MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM        V130   $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                         8695     WB       1-10 MC DOWELL, T                 MW     6:30PM- 9:30PM         V129
8678     VB       1-10 SAARI, G                     TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM        V130   $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                         8696     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                   Sa     7:00AM-12:50PM         V130
8680     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                    Sa      7:00AM-12:50PM        V130   $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                         8697     XB       1-10 MITCHELL, C                  TTh    6:30PM- 9:30PM         V129
                                                                                          $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
WT        201              Weldability of Metals
This course introduces the concepts that explain the metallurgical behavior
and determine the weldability of ferrous and non ferrous metals. Prerequi-
sites: WT 1041, WT 108, and WT 1081.
6844     AA       1- 5     DAVIS, R                 DAILY   12:00PM-12:50PM        V128
6846     BA       1- 5     DAVIS, R                 DAILY   4:00PM- 4:50PM         V128
WT        2011             Introduction to Pipe Welding
An introduction to pipe welding using mild steel pipe and the shield metal
arc process with E6010/E7081 covered electrode. Develop the necessary
welding skills and techniques to prepare for certification in accordance with
ASME code. Prerequisite: WT 1041, WT 1051, or instructor’s permission.
6848     AA       1-10 MC DOWELL, T                 DAILY    7:00AM-10:50AM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6850     BA       1-10 TONNING, H                   DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8682     WB       1-10 MC DOWELL, T                 MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8684     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                    Sa      6:30PM- 9:30PM        V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8686     XB       1-10 MITCHELL, C                  TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT        2021             Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)
This course is designed for the welding of plate and pipe using the Gas Tung-
sten Arc Welding (GTAW) process. Instruction will stress developing proper
manipulative techniques and skills necessary to certify using the GTAW pro-
cess. Prerequisite: WT 2011 or instructor’s permission.
6854     AA       1-10 MC DOWELL, T                 DAILY    7:00AM-10:50AM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6856     BA       1-10 TONNING, H                   DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8688     WB       1-10 MC DOWELL, T                 MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8690     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                    Sa      7:00AM-12:50PM        V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8691     XB       1-10 MITCHELL, C                  TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT        2031             Pipe Welding Certification
This course will have special emphasis on qualification tests for piping and
tubing. Prerequisite: WT 2021 or instructor’s permission.
6860     AA       1-10 MC DOWELL, T                 DAILY    7:00AM-10:50AM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6862     BA       1-10 TONNING, H                   DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8692     WB       1-10 MC DOWELL, T                 MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8693     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                    Sa      7:00AM-12:50PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8694     XB       1-10 MITCHELL, C                  TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM        V129
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                         Credit Classes – 52
        Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                         COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR   DAY   TIME   LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME        LOCATION




53 – Credit Classes                                                                      *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                               Apprenticeship Programs
                CARPENTRY APPRENTICESHIP                                                                      MILLWRIGHT APPRENTICESHIP
Carpenters work with power and hand tools. They build forms for concrete and frame             Millwrights are crafts people who do precision machine installation and assembly us-
buildings, walls, footings, and sheathing. Carpenters install doors, windows, store-           ing sophisticated measuring instruments. They install and align heavy industrial ma-
fronts and handrails, build cabinets, counter tops, and finished stair handrails. They         chinery such as conveyor systems, pumping systems, packaging systems, compres-
also work on drywalling, wood flooring, metal jams, and ceilings. Carpenters do inte-          sors, electric generators, and turbines.
rior and exterior finish work, work with drywall and metal studs, install other interior
systems, welding, and many other related work processes. They also must read blue-             Millwrights work in hydroelectric dams, paper mills, nuclear power generating sta-
prints, measure accurately, and calculate dimensions. They may be involved in the              tions, gas or coal-fired generation plants, smelters, and refineries. They use highly
original construction or remodel of almost every kind of structure, including houses,          precise optical measuring and leveling instruments. You need good math skills along
commercial buildings, bridges, churches, factories, and highways.                              with the ability to think problems through, practical thinking, manual dexterity, and
                                                                                               the ability to work to very small tolerances (to a thousandth of an inch). May have to
For information on the Carpenters Apprentice program please contact:                           lift heavy objects.
2819 W. Sylvester                                                                              For information regarding the Millwright Apprenticeship program please contact:
Pasco, WA 99301
(509) 545-1781                                                                                 2819 West Sylvester
At CBC contact John Roberts (509) 547-0511 ext. 2320                                           Pasco, WA 99302
                                                                                               (509) 545-9339
                   ELECTRICAL LINEWORKERS                                                      At CBC contact John Roberts (509) 547-0511 ext. 2320

                       APPRENTICESHIP                                                                             PAINTER APPRENTICESHIP
Electrical lineworkers construct and maintain electric transmission and distribution           Painters and decorators prepare and paint a diverse array of surfaces. There are three
facilities that deliver electricity to our homes, factories, and commercial and retail busi-   main areas of the industry: industrial (steel structures like ship tanks and bridges),
nesses. Apprentices work for various contractors on all types of power line construc-          commercial buildings (everything from small businesses to high skyscrapers), and
tion, both underground and overhead.                                                           residential buildings (homes and small apartments). Painters need to be skilled with
For information regarding the Electrical Lineworkers Apprenticeship program please             a wide variety of hand and power tools, depending upon the type of surface prepa-
contact:                                                                                       ration and coating required.
6162 NE 80th Ave.                                                                              Work is conducted indoors and outdoors at floor level, on ladders, rigging and scaffold-
Portland, OR 97218                                                                             ing. Painters and decorators use a variety of chemicals and are exposed to fumes from
(503) 253-8202                                                                                 paints and solvents. Workers may have to travel great distances to work sites.

                        ELECTRICAL WORKERS                                                     For information regarding the Painters Apprenticeship program please contact:
                          APPRENTICESHIP                                                       P.O. Box 11953
Construction and residential electricians work in all phases of the electrical construc-       Spokane, WA 99211
tion and service industry. They do the electrical construction work on projects ranging        or
from single-family residences to state-of-the-art industrial plants. Workers install con-      7209 E. Trent
duits and wire all lighting, along with switches and converters, to complex systems in-        (509) 533-8814
corporating computerization and high technology in the installation and maintenance            Spokane, WA 99212
of electrical systems. Their work includes both small and large commercial installation,       (509) 928-3556
up to, and including, high-rise buildings. Electricians also do repair and maintenance
on all electrical installations. The low voltage/sound and communication apprentice-                                 PLUMBING/PIPEFITTING
ship includes work processes in fiber optics, telephone systems, sound and fire alarm                                   APPRENTICESHIP
systems, LAN, and structured wiring systems.
                                                                                               Plumbers, steamfitters, and refrigeration fitters are all crafts people who install piping
For information regarding the Electrical Workers Apprenticeship program please                 systems that carry water, steam, air and other liquids or gases necessary for sanitation,
contact:                                                                                       industrial production, heating and air conditioning, and many other uses. They also
8340 Gage Blvd. #414                                                                           alter, remodel and repair existing piping systems and install plumbing fixtures, radia-
Kennewick, WA 99336                                                                            tors and other heating units, some appliances, as well as refrigeration and air condi-
(509) 783-0589                                                                                 tioning equipment. Workers measure, cut and bend pipe, weld, braze, caulk, solder,
www.jatc112.org                                                                                glue or thread joints at residential and commercial job sites.
                                                                                               For information regarding the Plumbing/Pipefitting Apprenticeship program please
               IRONWORKER APPRENTICESHIP                                                       contact:
Ironworkers assemble and erect steel framework and other metal parts in buildings, on          1328 Road 28
bridges, dams, and other steel structures. They raise, place, and join steel girders and       Pasco, WA 99301
columns to form structural frameworks, including the welding of metal decking.                 (509) 547-6480

Ironworkers generally work outside at construction sites. Work is conducted in all kinds
of weather. Ironworkers often work at great heights erecting the steel frameworks of
                                                                                                              SHEET METAL APPRENTICESHIP
skyscrapers, stadiums and bridges. Work can also be confined to cramped quarters.              Sheet metal workers fabricate, install and service heating, venting, and air conditioning
Substantial physical strength is required to carry and place the reinforcing steel for         systems, blowpipe and industrial systems, metal roofing, coping and flashing, stainless
concrete structures. “Tying iron” requires heavy lifting and bending.                          steel work for restaurants, kitchens, and hospitals. They prepare shop and field draw-
                                                                                               ings manually and with computer programs. They provide HVAC/R service.
For information regarding the Ironworker Apprenticeship program please contact:                For information regarding the Sheet Metal Apprenticeship program please contact:
16610 E. Euclid                                                                                1718 W. Sylvester Street
(509) 922-3577                                                                                 Pasco, WA 99301
Spokane, WA 99216                                                                              (509) 547-0511 ext. 2680
                                                                                               johnm@bossig.com
                                                                                               At CBC contact Ken Cox (509) 547-0511 ext. 2683


                                                                                                                                               Apprenticeship Classes – 54
          Community Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                           COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR        DAY   TIME              LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME        LOCATION

                              COMMUNITY SERVICE
CSRE 002                   Traffic Control
Columbia Basin College offers the Evergreen Flagger Training Certification
Program which is the most recognized course for Flagger Training for Wash-
ington State. This Flagger card is accepted in Oregon and Idaho as well. The
handbook and instructor’s manual are constantly updated and contains all
the timely information and requirements. Class will be held at the Columbia
Basin College Pasco Campus, 8:30am-4:00pm. See the program web site for
location on campus. Please pre-register for class.
R210     AA       0        SWEATT, V         Sa     8:30AM- 4:00PM       V121
Class starts 9/22/07.
R220     BA       0        SWEATT, V         Sa     8:30AM- 4:00PM       V121
Class starts 10/20/07.
R230     CA       0        SWEATT, V         Sa     8:30AM- 4:00PM       V121
Class starts 11/17/07.




55 – Community Education                                                                                   *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                                         Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                         COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
 LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY       TIME                       LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION

                              DISTANCE LEARNING                                                       ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
The following classes display “ARR” under the “Location,” “Time” and “Day” head-              AOT 101                   Keyboarding I
ings because they are not offered at any traditional times and locations. In-                 Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers, symbols,
stead, the instructors and students use technology to create a virtual learning               and operational keys using a computer. It is recommended that a student
environment.                                                                                  take CA 100 in the same quarter as AOT 101.
Some distance learning classes have a mandatory orientation that students                     8600     DII      2       SULLIVAN, M                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                              $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
must attend. You may also choose to attend a WebCT orientation. See below for                 occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
more information. This orientation meeting is listed at the end of each course                previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
description.                                                                                  8602     DII      2       SULLIVAN, M                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                              $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
Who should take distance classes? Distance education helps students with tight                occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
                                                                                              previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
schedules learn at any time of the night or day, reduce commuting time and
spend more time with their families. But this type of learning is not for everyone.
                                                                                              AOT 102                   Keyboarding II
Distance classes are best suited to students who meet deadlines, stay on task,
                                                                                              Reinforces keyboarding skills. Introduces appropriate formatting of business
and learn well on their own.
                                                                                              letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using a word process-
Please note that basic computer literacy, including some Internet skills, is neces-           ing software. Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100 or advanced placement
sary for some classes. Contact the coordinator of Distance Education at 547-0511,             for comparable skills.
ext. 2373 or go to the webpage at: www.columbiabasin.edu/distance.                            8604     DII      2       SULLIVAN, M                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                              $10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
If you do not have an Internet connection at home, stop by the lab in Room W-                 occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
                                                                                              previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
140 on the Pasco campus, and ask the staff to help you.
                                                                                              AOT 1091                  Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                       HYBRID CLASSES                                         Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned pro-
These are a combination of computer-based instruction and traditional face-to-                gram stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as
face instruction. One or more class meetings are replaced by computer-based                   efficient use of the service keys. Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key
activities. The computer-based activities are not optional in hybrid classes; they            pad. Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a
are required. Hybrid classes are coded DIH in the quarterly schedule.                         maximum of six credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101 or instructor’s permission.
                                                                                              8606     DII      3       SULLIVAN, M                  ARR            ARR
                WebCT Orientation Schedule - Fall Quarter 2007                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
An introduction to WebCT, (the distance learning software used for Internet-based             an on-line class at CBC.
courses at CBC,) will be conducted prior to the first week of Fall quarter. As participants   8608     DII      3       RAY, B                       ARR            ARR
will learn the skills essential for survival in a WebCT class, the orientation is highly      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
recommended for students who are new to online learning. In some cases, this                  an on-line class at CBC.
general orientation may replace the orientations for specific classes. Please consult
the footnotes for your class or contact your instructor for additional information            AOT 1092                  Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
about WebCT orientation.                                                                      Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned
                                                                                              program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as
         See website at www.columbiabasin.edu/distance for                                    well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops 10-key proficiency using
               orientation dates, times, and locations.                                       10-key pad. Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093
                                                                                              for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1091 or instruc-
                                                                                              tor’s permission.
                                                                                              8610     DII      3       SULLIVAN, M                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                              an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                              8612     DII      3       RAY, B                       ARR            ARR
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                              an on-line class at CBC.

                                                                                              AOT 1093                  Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                                                                              Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned
                                                                                              program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as
                                                                                              well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops 10-key proficiency using
                                                                                              10-key pad. Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093
                                                                                              for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1092 or instruc-
                                                                                              tor’s permission.
                                                                                              8614     DII      3       SULLIVAN, M                  ARR            ARR
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                              an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                              8616     DII      3       RAY, B                       ARR            ARR
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                              an on-line class at CBC.




                                                                                                                                                                    Distance Learning– 56
          Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
AOT 117                   Office Orientation                                                                                                          ANTHROPOLOGY
Encompasses business ethics, personal values, human relations, and effec-
tive communication in an office environment. Focuses on attaining and                                              ANT 111                   Introduction to Physical Anthropology [M/S]
retaining entry-level employment. Provides an opportunity to shadow an                                             Physical Anthropology is the study of human beings from an evolutionary
office professional.                                                                                               and biological perspective and ANT 111 provides an introduction to this
8618     DII      3       CRIDER, T                    ARR            ARR                                          sub-field of anthropology. In this course we will examine our own species
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   (Homo sapiens) by looking at the biological basis of life, the processes of
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                           evolution, our primate relatives both living and extinct, and the variation
                                                                                                                   seen in modern human populations.
AOT 129                   Accounting Software                                                                      8200     DII      5       TAFF, M                      ARR            ARR
Introduction to accounting software, currently QuickBooks Pro, includes                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
establishing a business, journalizing, and preparation of financial state-                                         an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room L107.
ments. Set up new company and make entries to existing accounting re-
cords. Prerequisites: CA 100 and concurrent enrollment in AOT 130 or in-                                                                                              ART
structor’s permission.
6028     DII      3       JOHNSTON, K                  ARR            ARR                                          ART       110             Introduction to Art [H]
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encounters in vari-
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                           ous areas of art. The class emphasis is on building a general appreciation of
                                                                                                                   the techniques, styles and history of art.
AOT 130                   Practical Accounting                                                                     8000     DII      5       BARLOW, H                    ARR            ARR
Applies fundamentals of accounting theory and bookkeeping procedures                                               This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
covering the accounting cycle, use of special journals, and financial state-                                       an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
ments. Provides practical training in the use of bookkeeping procedures,                                           are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard Barlow by the second day of class via email
                                                                                                                   at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.
forms, and systems using manually prepared solutions for a service business.
Prerequisites: Eligibility for MTH 106 or higher or COMPASS Pre-Algebra 59                                         8002     DII      5       BARLOW, H                    ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
or Algebra 26-32 or higher; and COMPASS Reading 82 or higher.                                                      to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
6032     DII      5       JOHNSTON, K                  ARR            ARR                                          are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard Barlow by the second day of class via email
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                                                                         BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
AOT 172                   Word Processing I
Develops employable word processing skills and implements effective ap-                                            BA        107             Federal Income Taxes
plication in a business environment using a word processing software, cur-                                         This course emphasizes tax planning and tax recognition, not tax expertise.
rently Microsoft Word. Topics covered include all major functions of Word,                                         Students will be aware of the many issues and general solutions in taxation,
including margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graph-                                             including tax considerations in business decision making, tax effects of busi-
ics, merge, styles, outline, tables of contents, and templates. Preparation for                                    ness transactions; taxation of compensation; fringe benefits; capital gains;
Microsoft Office User Certification. Prerequisite: AOT 102.                                                        fixed asset transactions; tax credits; alternative minimum tax and passive
8622     DII      5       JOHNSTON, K                  ARR            ARR                                          activity rules, but leaving the detailed tax planning or compliance work for
$10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make     other tax courses. Recommended prerequisite: BA 251.
occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                                          8102     DII      5       WEND, T                      ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
AOT 1952                  Supervised Employment                                                                    an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/18/07, 7:00 p.m., Room B102.
A supervised work experience involving the application and practice of skills
and principles learned in the classroom. Supervised Employment site must                                           BA        111             Computerized Accounting
meet degree or certificate specialty requirement. One credit equals 33 work                                        This course will require students to use QuickBooks to account for service and
hours. May be repeated for credit and experience. Prerequisites: AOT 102,                                          merchandising businesses. The different modules include Accounts Receiv-
AOT 117, and instructor’s permission.                                                                              able, Accounts Payable, Payroll and integration of Microsoft Excel and Word.
8626     DII     1-15 MARTINEZ, G                      ARR            ARR                                          Prerequisites: BA 251 and BA 252 or concurrent enrollment in BA 252.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   8104     DII      4       WYSOCKI, C                   ARR            ARR
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                           to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:30 p.m., Room B102.
AOT 243                   Administrative Office Management
Integrates application of technical skills while assisting executives in carry-                                    BA        1111            Computerized Accounting Lab
ing out management responsibilities; applies managerial and leadership                                             Lab to be taken concurrently with BA 111.
skills while completing a simulated executive office simulation. Emphasis                                          8106     DII      1       WYSOCKI, C                   ARR            ARR
on problem-solving, decision-making processes, responsibilities, and imple-                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
mentation. Includes conducting online research. Prerequisites: AOT 126, AOT                                        an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:30 p.m., Room B102.
142, and Internet proficiency.
8628     DII      2       MARTINEZ, G                  ARR            ARR                                          BA        120             Personal Finance
$10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make     A decision-making approach to personal financial planning. Students will
occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                                          use course materials and Internet resources to develop personal financial
                                                                                                                   strategies.
                                                                                                                   8108     DII      5       WYSOCKI, C                   ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:00 p.m., Room B102.




57 – Distance Learning
                                                                                                                                                              Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
BA        250             Management Information Systems                                                                                          COMPUTER SCIENCE
An overview of management information systems foundations and essen-
tials including database management, electronic commerce, and emerging                                             CS        101             Introduction to Computers and Information
technologies. Development, management, and organization of information                                                                       Technology
systems complete this basic course.                                                                                CS 101 is a five credit introductory class designed to meet the needs of all
8114     DII      5       WYSOCKI, C                   ARR            ARR                                          students as defined in CBC’s “Using Information Technology & Tools Student
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   Learning Outcome.” The class emphasizes the cognitive aspects of dealing
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 6:00 p.m., Room B102.            with Information Technology (IT): Evaluating information, learning practi-
                                                                                                                   cal IT skills, solving problems, and dealing with information related issues
BA        251             Principles of Accounting                                                                 such as privacy, security, ethics, etc. Students will also learn computer ba-
Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situations. Intro-                                        sics, using Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email and Internet skills to
duction to the accounting cycle for service and merchandising firms con-                                           locate, present and report information. Prerequisite: There is no prerequi-
trolling to purchases and sales with business papers, special journals, and                                        site for the class.
subsidiary ledgers.                                                                                                8300     DII      5       WOLF, D                      ARR            ARR
8116     DII      5       MALONE, C                    ARR            ARR                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 5:00 p.m. in T550. Contact dwolf@
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.            columbiabasin.edu for info.


BA        252             Principles of Accounting                                                                 CS        102             Visual Basic 1 [Q/SR]
The theory and practice of accounting, including financial statements. Em-                                         This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic.NET. It is
phasis on partnership and corporate accounting. Prerequisite: BA 251 or                                            designed for those with little or no programming experience. Topics include:
instructor’s permission.                                                                                           Program development cycle, fundamentals of programming in Visual Ba-
                                                                                                                   sic, decisions, repetitions, controls, functions, and procedures. Prerequisite:
8120     DII      5       MALONE, C                    ARR            ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   MTH 095 or MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      before taking this class.
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.
                                                                                                                   8302     DII      5       WOLF, D                      ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
BA        253             Principles of Accounting                                                                 visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
A continuation of BA 252. Introduction of manufacturing and cost account-                                          taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/17/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact dwolf@
                                                                                                                   columbiabasin.edu for info.
ing. Analysis of financial statements, budgeting and cost volume analysis.
Prerequisite: BA 252.                                                                                              CS        110             Windows Operating Systems 1
8122     DII      5       MALONE, C                    ARR            ARR                                          This is an introductory Operating System course using Windows XP. Topics
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      include: Operating system fundamentals, organizing disks, managing files,
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.            system maintenance, customizing computer systems, system backup, OLE
                                                                                                                   technology, shortcuts, troubleshooting tools, system performance, com-
BA        254             Business Law                                                                             puter safeguards, solving problems, and optimizing computer systems.
An introduction to the American legal system including its social, politi-                                         Prerequisite: CS 101. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better
cal, and philosophical roots. The court system and judicial procedures are                                         before taking this class.
critically examined, and the class inquires extensively into business torts,                                       8310     DII      5       MIJIC, M                     ARR            ARR
crimes, and contracts.                                                                                             This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                                                                                                   visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
8124     DII      5       WYSOCKI, C                   ARR            ARR                                          taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/17/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T549. Contact mmijic@
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   columbiabasin.edu for info.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/19/07, 6:30 p.m., Room B102.
                                                                                                                   CS        113             Introduction to the Internet
                                                                                                                   Effective use of the Internet is recognized as an important asset for profes-
                          COMPUTER APPLICATION                                                                     sionals in virtually every area of work or study. The students will learn how
CA        100             Introduction to Microcomputers                                                           to use the Internet in a productive way to access services, resources, and
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or in-                                            information. Prerequisite: Computer experience.
terface systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet                                           8312     DII      2       WOLF, D                      ARR            ARR
software through hands-on experience. Recommended: Keyboarding ex-                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                                                                                                   visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
perience or AOT 101 taken concurrently.                                                                            taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/17/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact dwolf@
                                                                                                                   columbiabasin.edu for info.
8634     DII      4       SIDWELL, K                   ARR            ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously     CS        150             Computer Security
taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/17/07 at 5:00 p.m. in T550. Contact ksidwell@
columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                        This class covers the basics of computer security. Students will learn about
8636     DII      4       JOHNSTON, K                  ARR            ARR                                          virus protection, installing security patches, using firewalls to protect net-
$10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make     works, cryptography and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), and legal issues.
occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not     Prerequisites: CS 109 and CS 110, or instructor’s permission. All prerequisites
previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                                                   must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.
CA        172             Word Processing                                                                          8314     DII      5       DEHAAN, M                    ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
Develops employable word processing skills and implements effective ap-                                            to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
plication in a business environment using a word processing software, cur-                                         an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mdehaan@
                                                                                                                   columbiabasin.edu for info.
rently Microsoft Word. Topics covered include all major functions of Word,
including margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graph-
ics, merge, styles, outline, tables of contents, and templates. Preparation
for Microsoft Office User Certification. (Cross-coded with AOT 172). Prereq-
uisite: CA 100.
8646     DII      5       JOHNSTON, K                  ARR            ARR
$10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not
previously taken an on-line class at CBC.



                                                                                                                                                                                         Distance Learning– 58
          Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY           TIME                               LOCATION
CS        161             C++1 [Q/SR]                                                                              EC        202              Principles of Economics II [S/B]
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the                                   Microeconomic concepts are applied to business and household decision-
C++ programming language. C++ is an extension of C language, which in-                                             making as well as public policy. Major topics include: Scarcity and choice,
cludes both procedural and object-oriented programming. It is the basis                                            production possibilities, alternative allocative mechanisms, supply and de-
for most PC based windows programs. Students will learn C++ keywords,                                              mand analysis, elasticity, consumer choice, production and costs, market
control structures, functions, arrays, strings, and introduction to classes and                                    structures, antitrust and regulation, and public microeconomics.
objects. Prerequisite: MTH 095 or MTH 098. All prerequisites must be passed                                        8132     DII      5        SCHAU, D                     ARR             ARR
with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
8316     DII      5       ROBBINS, T                   ARR            ARR                                          an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 5:00 p.m., Room L102.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
on-line class at CBC. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC Homepage/elearning
one week before quarter starts. All students log into WebCT to get class materials on 9/17/07. Contact trobbins@                                             EDUCATION
columbiabasin.edu for questions.
                                                                                                                   ED        135              Career Planning Strategies
CS        162             C++2 [Q/SR]                                                                              This course is designed to assist students in gaining insight into interests,
This is an intermediate C++ course that provides students an understand-                                           values, personality, strengths, and the decision-making processes neces-
ing of key object-oriented programming (OOP) theories and concepts, and                                            sary for choosing a college major and planning a career. This course is for
how to create and manipulate objects in a GUI environment. The students                                            those who are choosing, changing, or confirming their educational goals.
will learn advanced features of C++ including: Arrays, strings, file process-                                      Topics will include growing career opportunities, job hunting techniques,
ing, classes, inheritance, composition, pointers, virtual functions, templates,                                    goal setting and tools for success.
and introduction to linked lists. Prerequisite: CS 161. All prerequisites must                                     8986     DII      3        DE LEON, C                   ARR             ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the internet. Students may be required to make occasional visits
be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.                                                           to campus. Students who have not successfully completed a WebCT class are required to attend WebCT
8320     DII      5       ROBBINS, T                   ARR            ARR                                          orientation. DI fee $31.75, Testing fee $25. Mandatory class orientation Thursday 9/20 4:00pm-5:00pm in the
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   Career/Transfer Center.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
on-line class at CBC. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC Homepage/elearning
one week before quarter starts. All students log into WebCT to get class materials on 9/17/07. Contact trobbins@
columbiabasin.edu for questions.
                                                                                                                                                                 ENGLISH
                                                                                                                   ENG 101                    English Composition [C]
CS        207             Word Implementation                                                                      Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition, with em-
This class teaches application-specific skills that will enable students to ef-                                    phasis on organizing unified and coherent essays. Prerequisite: A passing grade
fectively implement, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft Word within a                                             in ENG 099 or ASSET score of 43 or above or COMPASS score above 78.
corporate environment. There is a strong emphasis on the skills required for                                       8045     DII      5        STAFF                        ARR             ARR
supporting users of Microsoft Word in a workgroup. This class is designed                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to help prepare students for the MOUS Word Expert Certification test. (Extra                                       to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC.
study and product experience are typically required to pass a certification
exam). Prerequisite: AOT 172, CS 107, or instructor’s permission. All prereq-                                      8047     DII      5        SEALY, B                     ARR             ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
uisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
8324     DII      5       DEHAAN, M                    ARR            ARR                                          are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2760.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mdehaan@
columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                        ENG 201                    Advanced English Composition [C]
                                                                                                                   An advanced expository writing course, focusing on research essays and
CS        208             Advanced Spreadsheets                                                                    other aspects of college writing. Prerequisite: ENG 101.
An advanced spreadsheets course with topics including: Integrating Excel                                           8048     DII      5        MEINERS, E                   ARR             ARR
with other Windows programs and the World Wide Web, working with mul-                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                                                                                                   visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
tiple worksheets, data tables and scenario management, using solver for                                            taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those
complex problems, importing data into Excel, exchanging Excel with Visual                                          unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners by the second day of class either via email
                                                                                                                   at emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2613.
Basic, and installation and troubleshooting user’s problems. Prerequisite:
AOT 124 or instructor’s permission. All prerequisites must be passed with a                                        8050     DII      5        DECHTER, K                   ARR             ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
2.0 or better before taking this class.                                                                            to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
8326     DII      5       DEHAAN, M                    ARR            ARR                                          heading. Those unable to attend must contact Kathy Dechter by the second day of class, via email at Kathy.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   Dechter@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2331.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mdehaan@
columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                        ENG 240                    Creative Writing
                                                                                                                   A study of creative writing, emphasizing diverse styles and techniques. Pre-
CS        299             Special Studies                                                                          vious completion of ENG 101 is strongly recommended.
8338     DII     1- 5     DEHAAN, M                    ARR            ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   8054     DII      5        HOLMES, M                    ARR             ARR
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 9/18/07 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mdehaan@            to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                        an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those unable
                                                                                                                   to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes by the second day of class, either via email at
                                                                                                                   mholmes@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2316.
                                         ECONOMICS
                                                                                                                   ENG 241                    Creative Writing
EC        201             Principles of Economics I [S/B]                                                          A continuation of ENG 240. Prerequisite: ENG 240.
This course introduces such important concepts as: Market systems and                                              8056     DII      5        HOLMES, M                    ARR             ARR
their alternatives, supply and demand, measurement and determination of                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
a nation’s output and income, inflation and unemployment, both demand-                                             an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those unable
side and supply-side aspects of fiscal and monetary policies, federal debt,                                        to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes by the second day of class, either via email at
                                                                                                                   mholmes@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2316.
and international trade and finance.
8130     DII      5       SCHAU, D                     ARR            ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 5:00 p.m., Room L102.


59 – Distance Learning
                                                                                                                   Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY      TIME      LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION

                                                                        ENG 255                   English Grammar [H]
                                                                        An introduction to the terms, concepts (including phonemics, morphology,
                                                                        and syntax), and analytical methods of English grammar. Prerequisite: ENG
                                                                        101 or concurrent with ENG 101.
                                                                        8058     DII      5       SEALY, B                     ARR            ARR
                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits

               World-Class                                              to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                        an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
                                                                        are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email

                Learning Solutions.                                     at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2760.


                                                                                                                GEOGRAPHY
                                                                        GEO 101                   Physical Geography [M/S]
                                                                        Physical Geography provides an introduction to the physical earth. It may
                                                                        include processes, which impact the earth; it may also include the relation-
                                                                        ship between humans and the earth. Study of the physical areas and envi-
                                                                        ronment of the earth. Topics include the weather, climate, water cycle, soils,
               Earn your Bachelor‘s degree online.                      and land form studies. The class also covers how humans influence and are
                                                                        influenced by their physical environment.
                              • Business Administration                 8851     DII      5       WALKER, C                    ARR            ARR
                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                  – Management Information              visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
                                                                        taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory Course Introduction: 9/19/07 @ 5:00 PM in S230. Please contact Carol
                                    Systems                             Walker if further information is required at cwalker@columbiabasin.edu. This course is conducted primarily
                                                                        through the Internet.
                                  – Management and                      8853     DII      5       WALKER, C                    ARR            ARR
                                    Operations                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                                                        visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
                                                                        taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory Course Introduction: 9/19/07 @ 6:00 PM in S230. Please contact Carol
                              • Criminal Justice                        Walker if further information is required at cwalker@columbiabasin.edu. This course is conducted primarily
                                                                        through the Internet.
                              • Humanities
                              • Human Development                                                      HEALTH EDUCATION
                              • Social Sciences                         HE        170             Health and Wellness [PE]
                                                                        Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the college age
                              • Nursing (RN to BSN)                     student. Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and preventing disease and
                                                                        illness with a wellness lifestyle.
                                                                        8460     DII      3       VLADIMIROFF                  ARR            ARR
                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                        to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                        an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
                                                                        by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2254.
                                                                        8462     DII      3       DUNTERMAN, D                 ARR            ARR
                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                        to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
                                                                        on-line class at CBC. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman by the second
                                                                        day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2239.

                                                                        HE        220             Drugs and Health [PE]
                                                                        This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and awareness
                                                                        of chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s total well-being.
                                                                        8466     DII      3       STOKER, L                    ARR            ARR
                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                        to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                        an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Laura Stoker by the
                                                                        second day of class, either via email at lstoker@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2522.

                                                                        HE        240             Stress Management [PE]
                                                                        A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or minimize this
                                                                        stress. Theories, implications, and practical applications are emphasized.
                                                                        8468     DII      3       VLADIMIROFF                  ARR            ARR
                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                        to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                        an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
                                                                        by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2254.

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                                                                                                                                              Distance Learning– 60
          Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION

           HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                                                           HIS       105             U.S. History [S/B]
                                                                                                                   A survey of American history from the post-Civil War era to the present.
HIT       147             Medical Terminology                                                                      Emphasis is upon the political, social, economic, and cultural forces which
Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the medical office.                                         have shaped modern America. Special emphasis is given to industrializa-
Major topics to be studied are: cells and oncology, tissues and the integu-                                        tion, class, and race relations, social reform movements, foreign policy and
mentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, special                                          political change, including the World Wars, the Great Depression, and post-
senses, glands, cardiovascular system; blood and lymphatic-immune systems,                                         war politics to the present.
respiratory system; digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system,                                         8206     DII      5       FLYNN, G                     ARR            ARR
pregnancy and human development; and general diseases, lab tests, diagno-                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
ses, surgery, pharmacology, and therapy. Emphasis is placed on identifying                                         an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation, Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room B106.
and labeling word parts, defining and building medical terms, basic anatomy
and becoming familiar with common diseases of the systems.
8650     DII      5       BLOOMSBURG,M                 ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                                             INTERCULTURAL STUDIES
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      ICS       120             Survey of Hispanic Culture [H]
an on-line class at CBC.                                                                                           An introduction to the culture and civilization of the Spanish speaking
                                                                                                                   world; taught in English.
HIT       152             Pharmacotherapy for Health Information                                                   2028     DII      5       VALADEZ, M                   ARR            ARR
                          Technology                                                                               This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
Emphasis is placed on the understanding of the action of drugs, including                                          an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room L101.
the absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of drugs, by the
body. Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a minimum 2.0.
                                                                                                                                                            LITERATURE
6052     DII      2       BLOOMSBURG                                  ARR
                                                                                                                   LIT       150             Introduction to Literature [H]
HIT       154             Anatomy & Physiology for Health Information                                              This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry and drama and
                          Technology                                                                               is designed to help students develop a method of reading and evaluating lit-
A study of the structure and function of the human body utilizing a system                                         erature. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG 101 or currently enrolled in ENG 099.
approach. Emphasis is placed on the gross and microscopic anatomy as well                                          8068     DII      5       MATHESIUS, M                 ARR            ARR
as the physiology of the cell, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous sys-                                      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
tem, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, reproductive, endocrine and diges-                                      an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed at www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under Distance Learning. Those
tive systems. Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a minimum 2.0.                                                    who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Matt Mathesius by the second day of class, either
                                                                                                                   via email at mathesiusm@columbiabasin.edu or by phone ext. 2215.
6054     DII      4       BLOOMSBURG                                  ARR
HIT       158             Pathophysiology for Health Information                                                                                          MATHEMATICS
                          Technology
Emphasis is placed on the disease processes affecting the human body via                                           MTH 084                   Algebra/Geometry
an integrated approach to specific disease entities including the causes,                                          This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic
diagnosis, and treatment of disease. Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a                                          concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles,
minimum 2.0.                                                                                                       and area and volume. For the student who has never taken algebra or who
                                                                                                                   needs a refresher before enrolling in MTH 091. Prerequisite: MTH 082 with
6060     DII      4       BLOOMSBURG                   ARR            ARR                                          appropriate TABE test score or MTH 083 or ASSET 38-40/COMPASS 44-50
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      placement.
an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                                                   7926     DII      2       LIEBLER, N                   ARR            ARR
HIT       245             Medical Office Procedures                                                                MTH 095                   Intermediate Algebra
Integrates application of skills with knowledge of medical office procedures                                       This course is a rapid coverage of high school level algebra. Topics include:
to complete a simulated medical office project. Includes conducting online re-                                     Integer and rational exponents, operations with polynomials and factoring,
search. Prerequisites: AOT 142, AOT 147/HIT 147, and Internet proficiency.                                         operations with rational and radical expressions, solving quadratic and ratio-
8652     DII      2       MARTINEZ, G                  ARR            ARR                                          nal equations, graphs of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, complex
$10.50 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make
occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not     numbers, functions, and applications of all of the aforementioned. Prerequi-
previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                                          site: 2.0 or better in MTH 097 is acceptable but not advised or ASSET/COM-
                                                                                                                   PASS test placement.
                                             HISTORY                                                               8552     DII      5       ZHANG, L                     ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
HIS       103             World Civilizations [H]                                                                  an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation 9/17/07 @ 7:00 PM in S230. Contact Limin Zhang at lzhang@
An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the birth of the                                       columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the internet at http://
                                                                                                                   mymathlab.com/.
modern age to the present. Emphasis is on the development of the mod-
ern nation-state, international relations, socioeconomic developments and
shifting patterns of thought.                                                                                      MTH 097                   Algebra Review 2
                                                                                                                   The second course of a three-quarter sequence (MTH 096, MTH 097, MTH
8202     DII      5       WOODS, M                     ARR            ARR                                          098) which covers Elementary and Intermediate AlegeAlgebraics include:
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an   Operations with polynomials, factoring polynomials, solving equations by
on-line class at CBC. WebCT orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
heading. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.                                                         factoring, exponents, scientific notation, operations with rational expres-
                                                                                                                   sions, solving rational equations, and applications of all of the aforemen-
HIS       104             U.S. History [S/B]                                                                       tioned. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 096 or ASSET/COMPASS
Survey of American history from the colonial period through the Civil War                                          test placement.
and Reconstruction. Emphasis is placed on early colonial development, the                                          8566     DII      5       SCHWENK, S                   ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
American Revolution, the building of the nation, territorial expansion, slav-                                      visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously
ery, the Civil War and Reconstruction.                                                                             taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation meeting on 9/17/07 @ 5:00 PM in S230. Contact Sharon
                                                                                                                   Schwenk at sschwenk@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This course is primarily conducted through
8204     DII      5       FLYNN, G                     ARR            ARR                                          the internet at http://mymathlab.com/.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room B106.


61 – Distance Learning
                                                                                                                                                              Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                              LOCATION
MTH 098                   Algebra Review 3                                                                         MUS 116                   History of Jazz [H]
The third course of a three-quarter sequence (MTH 096, MTH 097, MTH 098)                                           The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white America.
which covers Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. Topics include: Graphs                                           This is an intercultural humanities course. Emphasis on listening and enjoy-
of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, operations with radical expres-                                      ment through the use of recordings, attendance at concerts, and films.
sions, complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, functions and appli-                                          8033     DII      5       CLARK, D                     ARR            ARR
cations of the aforementioned. A grade of 2.0 or better in this class will sat-                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
isfy the Intermediate Algebra Proficiency requirement for the AA degree.                                           an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 097.                                                                   are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Clark by the second day of class, either via email
                                                                                                                   at dclark@columbiabasin.edu or x 2331.
8572     DII      5       MEIER, P                     ARR            ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation 9/18/07 @ 5:00 PM in S230. Contact Paul Meier at pmeier@                                  NUTRITION & FOOD SCIENCE
columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://
www.mymathlab.com/. Students will be required to make occasional visits.                                           NFS       111             Nutrition & Food Science [M/S]
                                                                                                                   Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients. Economic, cultural
MTH 130                   Math Appreciation [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                           and psychological influences are considered. The need for vitamins, miner-
This class is designed for the student who has successfully completed Inter-                                       als, and special nutritional requirements at different stages of the life cycle
mediate Algebra. The course will attempt to make mathematics enjoyable,                                            and special topics of current concern are included.
practical, understandable and informative using a variety of real-life applica-                                    8480     DII      5       BARTON, D                    ARR            ARR
tions. Topics include: Linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic models,                                      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
geometry, tessellations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability                                  an on-line class at CBC.
and statistics. The class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement for the
AA degree. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 095, MTH 098 or AS-
SET/COMPASS test placement.                                                                                                                                     PHYSICS
8580     DII      5       BOURAMA, T                   ARR            ARR                                          PHY 100                   Concepts of Physics [M/S]
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elementary algebraic
an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation meeting on 9/17/07 @ 8:00 PM in S230. Contact Toure Bourama         procedures. Selected topics from classical and modern physics. Primarily for
@ tbourama@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet
at http://mymathlab.com/.                                                                                          the non-science major. Prerequisite: MTH 095 or MTH 096.
                                                                                                                   8430     DII      4       SIDIBE, A                    ARR            ARR
MTH 143                   Basic Statistics [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such as busi-                                        on-line class at CBC. Mandatory Orientation: 9/18/07 @ 7:00 PM in room S230. Contact Aissata Sidibe at asidibe@
ness, behavioral sciences, computer science, etc. A study of both descriptive                                      columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the internet.
and inferential statistics. It includes measures of central tendency, probabil-
ity, sampling methods, hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation.                                                                             PSYCHOLOGY
Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 095, MTH 098 or ASSET/COM-
PASS test placement.                                                                                               PSY       101             General Psychology [S/B]
8582     DII      5       BOURAMA, T                   ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior and mental process-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   es. Some areas of study are personality and learning theory, neurobiology,
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      motivation, cognition, memory, research design and methods.
an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation meeting on 9/17/07 @ 8:00 PM in S230. Contact Toure Bourama
@ tbourama@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet      8210     DII      5       MONTGOMERY,                  ARR            ARR
at http://mymathlab.com/.                                                                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
                                                                                                                   an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation, Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 p.m., Room B102.
MTH 147                   Finite Math [M/S] [Q/SR]
Fundamental concepts of mathematics emphasizing appreciation and                                                   8212     DII      5       MEADOWS, D                   ARR            ARR
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
respect for precise definitions and logical reasoning. A course especially                                         to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
suited for students in the behavioral, managerial and social sciences. Top-                                        on-line class at CBC. WebCT orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
                                                                                                                   heading. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
ics include matrices, systems of linear equations and inequalities, finance,
probability and counting techniques, game theory, decision analysis and                                            PSY       240             Developmental Psychology [S/B]
Markov chains. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 095, MTH 098 or                                         A comprehensive survey of psychological development of the human from
ASSET/COMPASS test placement.                                                                                      conception to death in relation to biological, physical, social and psycho-
8586     DII      5       MEIER, P                     ARR            ARR                                          logical conditions. Prerequisite: PSY 101.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken      8218     DII      5       BEARD, K                     ARR            ARR
an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation 9/18/07 @ 6:00 PM in S230. Contact Paul Meier at pmeier@            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://      to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
www.mymathlab.com/. Students will be required to make occasional visits.                                           an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/17/07, 6:00 pm., Room W155.


                                                MUSIC                                                                                                          READING
MUS 115                   Music Appreciation [H]                                                                   RDG 110                   Study Techniques
The study of musical literature from early times to the present. Emphasis                                          Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies
on listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, attendance at                                            for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time)
concerts, and films.                                                                                               management, creating a study system, test preparation and taking. This is
8031     DII      5       PEDERSEN, R                  ARR            ARR                                          a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits   (LOC). Instruction includes textbook and Web activities.
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning         7800     DII     1- 3     SANDMEIER, S                 ARR            ARR
heading. Those unable to attend must contact Bob Pedersen by the second day of class, via email at bpedersen@      $5.50 LASSIE testing fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required
columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2387.                                                                        to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                                   have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.




                                                                                                                                                                                         Distance Learning– 62
          Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY           TIME                              LOCATION    LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR   DAY   TIME   LOCATION

                                         SOCIOLOGY
SOC 101                   Introduction to Sociology [S/B]
An introduction to the scientific study of society. Emphasis on relationship
of the individual to society, inequality, social institutions, and deviant be-
havior.
8252     DII      5       CHAKRABARTI                   ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
on-line class at CBC. WebCT orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
heading. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

SOC 201                   Global Social Problems [S/B]
Examines conditions that adversely affect the quality of life in the United
States. Deviant behavior (crime, alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual deviance,
mental illness) and problems of inequality (including poverty, racism, and
sexism) will be covered.
8254     DII      5       HELFORD, R                    ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an
on-line class at CBC. WebCT orientation times are listed at www.columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning
heading. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.


                                               SPEECH
SPE       111             Communication Behavior [C]
This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their commu-
nication with friends, family and coworkers. It is designed to heighten the
student’s awareness of personality styles and communication behaviors and
their respective impact on interpersonal and group communication. Credit
not granted for both SPE 110 and SPE 111.
8080     DII      5       CLARY, C                      ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. If you have questions about the class, contact Cathy Clary at claryc@columbiabasin.edu
or by phone (509) 547-0511 ext. 2309.

SPE       260             Multicultural Communications [C]
Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-sensitive
methods of identifying basic problems involving communication failures
across ethnic and racial settings. The course is designed to encourage par-
ticipants to explore their own cultural identities in relationship to their
cultures and those of others in order to improve the quality of their inter-
personal communication skills. They will also learn to apply various multi-
cultural approaches to behavior modification, racism, sexism, the valuing
of cultural diversity, collaboration, and the move toward inherent pluralism.
Prerequisite: ENG 101.
8085     DII      5       BACON, J                      ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email
at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2331.
8086     DII      5       BACON, J                      ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
to campus. There is a $31.75 fee. WebCT Orientations are available for students who have not previously taken
an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the Distance Learning section of the schedule. Those who
are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email
at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2331.




63 – Distance Learning
                                                                                                                                                            Fast Track
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                     DAY           TIME               LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR           DAY    TIME               LOCATION

                                                     ART                                              PE        1871            Baseball I [PE]
                                                                                                      Introduces the student to basic skills of baseball. Student will be given in-
ART       1571             Surface Design                                                             struction in all phases of the game, with main purpose being to gain an un-
An exploratory class in the field of surface design, which is the coloring, pat-                      derstanding of fundamentals.
terning and transformation of fabric, fiber and other materials, directed toward                      4682     FT      1- 2     ROGERS, S           DAILY   10:00AM- 2:00PM        G101
art and design. The class emphasis is on the studying design on cloth and                             $10.50 lab fee. Class meets 09/10 to 09/14.
experimenting with the various techniques used to achieve the design.
0126     FT       3        GERTON, V                      Sa             9:00AM- 4:30PM        P201   PE        1881            Baseball II [PE]
$10.50 lab fee. Class meets Saturdays September 29 thru November 17.                                  Students will expand their knowledge of the skills of baseball taught at the
                                                                                                      beginning level. Team strategy will be taught at a more advanced level. Pre-
ART       2331             Jewelry Casting I                                                          requisites: PE 1871.
Exploratory of the lost wax casting technique to make fine jewelry. How to                            4684     FT       1       ROGERS, S           DAILY   10:00AM- 2:00PM        G101
create an original design in wax, cast it in metal and polish it to a finished                        $10.50 lab fee. Class meets 09/10 to 09/14.
piece of jewelry.
0154     FT       3        GERTON, R                     SaSu            8:00AM- 5:00PM        P101   PE        1891            Baseball III [PE]
$10.50 lab fee. Class meets November 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18.                                         Advanced level of skills will be taught, and theory of baseball strategy will
                                                                                                      be introduced in all phases of the game. Specific drills will be used for de-
ART       2341             Jewelry Casting II                                                         velopment of specialized skills. Prerequisites: PE 1881.
Advanced exploratory of the lost wax casting technique to make fine jew-                              4686     FT       1       ROGERS, S           DAILY   10:00AM- 2:00PM        G101
elry.                                                                                                 $10.50 lab fee. Class meets 09/10 to 09/14.
0156     FT       3        GERTON, R                     SaSu            8:00AM- 5:00PM        P101
$10.50 lab fee. Class meets November 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18.

ART       2611             Studio Problems-Jewelry Casting
Individual contracted advanced study in the exploratory of the lost wax
casting technique to make fine jewelry.
0172     FT       1- 3     GERTON, R                     SaSu            8:00AM- 5:00PM        P101
$10.50 lab fee. Class meets November 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18.


                                           EDUCATION
ED        135              College Major/career Planning
This course is designed to assist students in gaining insight into interests,
values, personality, strengths, and the decision-making processes neces-
sary for choosing a college major and planning a career. This course is for
those who are choosing, changing, or confirming their educational goals.
Topics will include growing career opportunities, job hunting techniques,
goal setting and tools for success.
9004     FT       3        KONGSLIE, L                  TWTh             11:30AM- 1:10PM       G101
This is a fast track class that starts 10/17/07 and ends 11/29/07. $25 testing fee.


                              PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PE        1601             Basketball I [PE]
Beginning skills and strategy, this class is suitable for anyone with a desire to
learn the basics of the game, with emphasis on rules and court procedure.
4672     FT       1        HOLDEN, C                   MTWTh             12:40PM- 1:40PM       G001
$10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.
4670     FT       1        SCHUMACHER,                 MTWTh             5:00PM- 6:00PM        G001
$10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.

PE        1611             Basketball II [PE]
The students will expand their knowledge of the skills of basketball, and
additional skills will be introduced. Team strategy at a more advanced level
will be emphasized. Prerequisite: PE 1601.
4676     FT       1        HOLDEN, C                   MTWTh             12:40PM- 1:40PM       G001
$10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.
4674     FT       1        SCHUMACHER,                 MTWTh             5:00PM- 6:00PM        G001
$10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.

PE        1621             Basketball III [PE]
Review of advanced basketball skills. Introduction of offensive patterns, de-
fensive sets, and individual style of play. The class will also involve usage of
fast break and the transition game. Prerequisite: PE 1611.
4680     FT       1        HOLDEN, C                   MTWTh             12:40PM- 1:40PM       G001
$10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.
4678     FT       1        SCHUMACHER,                 MTWTh             5:00PM- 6:00PM        G001
$10.50 lab fee. Class ends Oct. 11.




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                    Fast Track – 64
          Weekend Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR             DAY         TIME                           LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME               LOCATION

                            COMPUTER APPLICATION                                                         MTH 083                  Review Basics
                                                                                                         A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power and square
CA        100               Introduction to Microcomputers                                               roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (fractions, decimals, per-
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or in-                                  centages) and tables and graphs. Class held in the Learning Opportunities
terface systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet                                 Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Pre-
software through hands-on experience. Recommended: Keyboarding ex-                                       requisite: ASSET score between 33-37 or COMPASS score between 28-43.
perience or AOT 101 taken concurrently.                                                                  9874    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa        8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
8642     WK        4        LUND, E                 F           5:00PM- 9:30PM                   W165
$10.50 lab fee.                                                                                          MTH 084                  Algebra/Geometry
                                                                                                         This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic
                                           ENGLISH                                                       concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles,
                                                                                                         and area and volume. For the student who has never taken algebra or who
ENG 086                     Writing Skills                                                               needs a refresher before enrolling in MTH 091. Prerequisite: MTH 082 with
This class is for students needing individualized instruction to improve their                           appropriate TABE test score or MTH 083 or ASSET 38-40/COMPASS 44-50
proficiency in basic writing skills. After interpreting diagnostic testing in the                        placement.
Learning Opportunities Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for                               9876    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa        8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
each student. The grade is pass/no-credit. Class held in the Learning Oppor-
tunities Center (LOC) where instruction is conducted in a lab format.                                                                           READING
9824     WK        1        LEE, M                 Sa           9:30AM-11:30AM                    A221
9826     WK        1        LEE, M                 Sa           9:30AM-11:30AM                    A221   RDG 079                  Spelling
9830     WK        2        LEE, M                 Sa           8:30AM-12:30PM                    A221   This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through the
8892     WK1       1        LEE, M                 Sa           8:30AM-10:30AM                    A221   use of spelling rules and in-context exercises. Grading is pass/no credit.
                                                                                                         Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction
ENG 091                     Grammar Skills                                                               is a lab format.
A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence structure, us-
                                                                                                         9266    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221
age, and mechanics. The grade is pass/no credit. Class is held in the Learning                           9270    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221
Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format. Prerequisite:                              9272    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221
ASSET score of 23-32 or COMPASS score of 1-12.                                                           8773    WK1     1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221
8898     WK        1        LEE, M                 Sa          8:30AM-10:30AM                     A221
9360     WK        1        LEE, M                 Sa          9:30AM-11:30AM                     A221   RDG 080                  Study Techniques
9832     WK        1        LEE, M                 Sa          10:30AM-12:30PM                    A221   Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies
9836     WK        2        LEE, M                 Sa          8:30AM-12:30PM                     A221   for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time)
                                                                                                         management, creating a study system, test preparation and taking. This is
ENG 101                     English Composition [C]                                                      a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center
Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition, with em-                            (LOC). Instruction includes textbook and Web activities.
phasis on organizing unified and coherent essays. Prerequisite: A passing grade
                                                                                                         9282    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221
in ENG 099 or ASSET score of 43 or above or COMPASS score above 78.                                      9286    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221
8044     WK        5        FIGUEROA, R             F           5:00PM- 7:10PM                  B104B    9288    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221
                            FIGUEROA, R            Sa           8:00AM-10:10AM                  B104B    9284    WK1     1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221
This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of word
processing.
                                                                                                         RDG 083                  Vocabulary Improvement
                                                                                                         This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to increase their
                                         MATHEMATICS                                                     vocabulary using an in-context approach. Two levels of text are available,
MTH 080                     Whole Numbers                                                                based on reading level. Grading is pass/no credit. Class held in the Learning
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Class held in the Learn-                            Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format.
ing Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless oth-                             9298    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221
erwise noted. Prerequisite: ASSET score between 23-28 or COMPASS score                                   9302    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221
between 1-19.                                                                                            9304    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221
                                                                                                         8781    WK1     1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221
9860     WK        1        LEE, M                 Sa          8:30AM-10:30AM                     A221
9862     WK        1        LEE, M                 Sa          9:30AM-11:30AM                     A221   RDG 086                  Reading Skills
9864     WK        1        LEE, M                 Sa          10:30AM-12:30PM                    A221   Designed for students needing individualized instruction to improve their
                                                                                                         proficiency in basic reading skills. After interpreting diagnostic testing in the
MTH 081                     Fractions                                                                    LOC, the instructor develops a program for each student. Grading is pass/
Fraction operations and word problems. Class held in the Learning Op-
                                                                                                         no credit. Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where
portunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless other-
                                                                                                         instruction is a lab format. For those students whose schedules do not al-
wise noted. Prerequisite: ASSET score between 29-32 or COMPASS score
                                                                                                         low for Reading 091, this class serves as an alternate. Prerequisite: Minimum
between 20-27.
                                                                                                         ASSET score of 32 or teacher recommendation.
9866     WK        1        SUNDBLAD, T            Sa          8:30AM-10:30AM                     A221
                                                                                                         9390    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221
9868     WK        1        SUNDBLAD, T            Sa          9:30AM-11:30AM                     A221
                                                                                                         9391    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221
9870     WK        1        SUNDBLAD, T            Sa          10:30AM-12:30PM                    A221
                                                                                                         9392    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221
MTH 082                     Measures/Decimals/Percentages                                                9396    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221
Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements and graphs. Class                                  RDG 089                  Speed Reading
held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab                               This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading com-
format unless otherwise noted.                                                                           prehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software. Grading
9872     WK        2        SUNDBLAD, T            Sa           8:30AM-12:30PM                    A221   is pass/no credit. Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
                                                                                                         where instruction is a lab format.
                                                                                                         9314    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221
                                                                                                         9316    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221
                                                                                                         9318    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221
                                                                                                         8784    WK1     1        SUNDBLAD, T         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221

65 – Weekend Classes                                                                                                                *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                                       Weekend Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                  COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR              DAY   TIME              LOCATION   LINE#     SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR               DAY   TIME              LOCATION
RDG 105                     Speed Reading                                              WT        2301             Pipe Welding Refresher
This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading                This course is designed for tradesmen who need upgrading on pipe weld-
comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software.                     ing procedures and skills for employment in the piping field. Includes in-
Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction             struction and practice for upgrading welding test qualifications and special
is a lab format.                                                                       applications. Prerequisite: Trade experience. A test may be given to verify
9330     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM        A221   experience.
9332     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM       A221   8696     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                   Sa     7:00AM-12:50PM       V130
9334     WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM        A221   $10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8787     WK1      1         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
RDG 110                     Study Techniques
Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies
for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time)
management, creating a study system, test preparation and taking. This is
a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center
(LOC). Instruction includes textbook and Web activities.
8792     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa     8:30AM-10:30AM       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
9346     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
9348     WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa     8:30AM-12:30PM       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.
8793     WK1 1              SUNDBLAD, T             Sa     9:30AM-11:30AM       A221
$5.50 LASSIE testing fee.

RDG 115                     Vocabulary Improvement
This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with empha-
sis on Greek and Latin root words. Also included are words often confused
and misused, descriptive words, action words, name derivatives and words
from various academic disciplines. Class is held in the Learning Opportuni-
ties Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format.
3664     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
8794     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM        A221
8795     WK       1         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
9364     WK       2         SUNDBLAD, T             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM        A221

                            WELDING TECHNOLOGY
WT        1051              Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Certificate
An introduction to gas metal arc welding, consisting of manipulative skills
using the gas metal arc process. Prerequisite: WT 1031 or instructor’s per-
mission.
8672     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                   Sa     7:00AM-12:50PM       V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT        1301              Metallic Arc Refresher
Designed primarily for tradesmen who need upgrading in Shielded Metal-
lic Arc Welding. Includes instruction and practice for upgrading skills, test
qualifications and special application. Prerequisite: Trade experience. A test
may be given to verify experience.
8680     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                   Sa     7:00AM-12:50PM       V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT        2011              Introduction to Pipe Welding
An introduction to Pipe Welding using mild steel pipe and the shield metal
arc process with E6010/E7081 covered electrode. Develop the necessary
welding skills and techniques to prepare for certification in accordance with
ASME code. Prerequisite: WT 1041, WT 1051, or instructor’s permission.
8684     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                   Sa     6:30PM- 9:30PM       V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT        2021              Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)
This course is designed for the welding of plate and pipe using the Gas Tung-
sten Arc Welding (GTAW) process. Instruction will stress developing proper
manipulative techniques and skills necessary to certify using the GTAW pro-
cess. Prerequisite: WT 2011 or instructor’s permission.
8690     WK       1-10 EDWARDS, L                   Sa     7:00AM-12:50PM       V130
$10.50 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.




                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                Weekend Classes – 66
          Workshop Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY          TIME                             LOCATION    LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY     TIME                           LOCATION

                                         WORKSHOP                                                                 W870     DA       0       STAFF                       TWThF      5:20PM- 8:40PM                    S145
                                                                                                                  Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.

WKSP 000                  Community Fitness                                                                       W872     DB       0       STAFF                       TWThF      5:20PM- 8:40PM                    S226
                                                                                                                  Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W600     AA       0       STOKER, L                    ARR           ARR
Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. New users must complete an   W874     DC       0       STAFF                       TWThF      5:20PM- 8:40PM                    S235
orientation. Call 547-0511 ext. 2258 to schedule an orientation. Hours (M-TH) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.               Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
                                                                                                                  W876     DD       0       STAFF                       TWThF      5:20PM- 8:40PM                    S238
WKSP 090                  First Year Introduction                                                                 Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
Introduction to the academic culture, purpose, expectations, resources, pro-                                      W878     DE       0       STAFF                       TWThF      5:20PM- 8:40PM                    S239
cedures and policies. Required for all degree and certificate seeking students                                    Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
prior to enrollment in second quarter of classes. There is a fee of $50.                                          W880     DF       0       STAFF                       TWThF      5:20PM- 8:40PM                    S247
                                                                                                                  Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W100     AA       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      A126
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.                                                         W882     DG       0       STAFF                       TWThF      5:20PM- 8:40PM                    S248
                                                                                                                  Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W102     AB       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      A329
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.                                                         W884     DH       0       STAFF                       TWThF      5:20PM- 8:40PM                    S249
                                                                                                                  Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W104     AC       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      A330
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W106     AD       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      A331    WKSP 097                  Self Guided First Year Introduction
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.                                                         Degree or certificate seeking students may elect to complete the mandatory
W108     AE       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      A332    orientation by taking a self-guided workshop. The workshop assesses stu-
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.                                                         dent’s knowledge of college, general policy and procedures and resources
W110     AF       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      A333    available to students at CBC. There is a fee of $50.
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
                                                                                                                  W892     AAW 0            STAFF                        ARR       ARR
W112     AG       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      S226    Please contact the Office of Student Success and Retention (509)547-0511 ext. 2532 for more information.
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.                                                         Permission required.
W114     AH       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      S235
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W116     AI       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      S238
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W118     AJ       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      S239
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W120     AK       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      S247
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W122     AL       0       STAFF                       TWThF           8:00AM-11:20AM                      S248
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W132     BA       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                      S249
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W134     BB       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                      G101
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W136     BC       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                      L101
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W138     BD       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                      L107
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W140     BE       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                      L109
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W142     BF       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                     W132
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W144     BG       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                     W144
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W146     BH       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                     W147
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W148     BI       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                     W150
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W150     BJ       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                     W155
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W152     BK       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                   W180B
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W154     BL       0       STAFF                       TWThF           9:10AM-12:30PM                    W180C
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W164     CA       0       STAFF                       TWThF           1:50PM- 5:10PM                      S226
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W166     CB       0       STAFF                       TWThF           1:50PM- 5:10PM                      S235
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W168     CD       0       STAFF                       TWThF           1:50PM- 5:10PM                      S238
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W170     CE       0       STAFF                       TWThF           1:50PM- 5:10PM                      S239
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W172     CF       0       STAFF                       TWThF           1:50PM- 5:10PM                      S247
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.
W174     CG       0       STAFF                       TWThF           1:50PM- 5:10PM                      S248
Class meets prior to fall quarter on September 4-7, 2007.




67 – Workshop Classes                                                                                                                          *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                                                    WorkSource Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                         COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR               DAY          TIME                            LOCATION    LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR        DAY     TIME               LOCATION

                             WORKSOURCE CLASSES                                                               MTH 080                  Whole Numbers
                                                                                                              Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Class held in the Learn-
Self-paced courses designed for persons who need to improve or learn                                          ing Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless oth-
workplace computer skills. Classes are held at WorkSource Columbia Ba-                                        erwise noted. Prerequisite: ASSET score between 23-28 or COMPASS score
sin, 815 N. Kellogg, Suite D, Kennewick. For additional information regard-                                   between 1-19.
ing how the Worker Retraining Program might provide financial assistance                                      9941    01      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
for these courses, please call 547-0511, ext. 2446. To contact an instructor,                                 9942    02      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
please call 734-5904.                                                                                         9943    03      0.3      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                                                                                                              9944    04      0.3      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
BT          1003            Word 2003
9901       01     1- 1      DYE, S                   ARR           ARR                                        MTH 081                  Fractions
                            WILLIAMSON               ARR           ARR                                        Fraction operations and word problems. Class held in the Learning Op-
                                                                                                              portunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless other-
BT          1003            Excel 2003                                                                        wise noted. Prerequisite: ASSET score between 29-32 or COMPASS score
9902       02     1- 1      DYE, S                   ARR           ARR
                            WILLIAMSON               ARR           ARR                                        between 20-27.
                                                                                                              9945    05      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
BT          1003            PowerPoint 2003                                                                   9946    06      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
9903       03     1- 1      DYE, S                   ARR           ARR                                        9947    07      0.3      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                            WILLIAMSON               ARR           ARR                                        9948    08      0.3      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
BT          1003            Access 2003                                                                       MTH 082                  Measures/Decimals/Percentages
9904       04     1- 1      DYE, S                   ARR           ARR                                        Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements and graphs. Class
                            WILLIAMSON               ARR           ARR                                        held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab
                                                                                                              format unless otherwise noted.
BT          1003            Windows XP
9905       05     1- 1      DYE, S                   ARR           ARR                                        9949    09      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                            WILLIAMSON               ARR           ARR                                        9950    10      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                                                                                                              9951    11      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
BT          1003            Outlook                                                                           9952    12      0.3      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
9906       06     1- 1      DYE, S                   ARR           ARR                                        9953    13      0.3      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                            WILLIAMSON               ARR           ARR                                        9954    14      0.3      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                                                                                                              9955    15      0.3      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
CA          100             Introduction to Microcomputers                                                    9956    16      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or in-                                       MTH 083 Review Basics
terface systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet                                      A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power and square
software through hands-on experience. Recommended: Keyboarding ex-                                            roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (fractions, decimals, per-
perience or AOT 101 taken concurrently.                                                                       centages) and tables and graphs. Class held in the Learning Opportunities
9909       09      4        DYE, S                    F            8:00AM-12:30PM                    W160     Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Pre-
9910       10      4        DYE, S                    F            1:00PM- 5:30PM                    W160     requisite: ASSET score between 33-37 or COMPASS score between 28-43.
Class meets at Columbia Basin College, Pasco Campus. Contact Worker Retraining at 734-5904 for orientation
dates and times. $10.50 lab fee.                                                                              9957    17      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                                                                                                              9958    18      0.4      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
AOT 101                     Keyboarding I                                                                     9959    19      0.4      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers, symbols,                                     9960    20      0.4      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
and operational keys using a computer. It is recommended that a student                                       9961    21      0.4      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
take CA 100 in the same quarter as AOT 101.                                                                   9962    22      0.2      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
9907       07      2        WILLIAMSON               ARR           ARR                                        MTH 084                  Algebra/Geometry
Contact Worker Retraining at Columbia Basin College at 734-5904 for orientation dates and times. This is an
open entry course.                                                                                            This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic
                                                                                                              concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles,
AOT 102                     Keyboarding II                                                                    and area and volume. For the student who has never taken algebra or who
Reinforces keyboarding skills. Introduces appropriate formatting of business                                  needs a refresher before enrolling in MTH 091. Prerequisite: MTH 082 with
letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using a word process-                                   appropriate TABE test score or MTH 083 or ASSET 38-40/COMPASS 44-50
ing software. Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100 or advanced placement                                         placement.
for comparable skills.                                                                                        9963    23      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
9908       08      2        WILLIAMSON               ARR           ARR                                        9964    24      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
Contact Worker Retraining at Columbia Basin College at 734-5904 for orientation dates and times. This is an   9965    25      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
open entry course.
                                                                                                              9966    26      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
            Classes below are held in the WorkSource Center,                                                  RDG 079                  Spelling
           815 N. Kellogg, Suite D, Kennewick, (509) 734-7477.                                                This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through the
                                                                                                              use of spelling rules and in-context exercises. Grading is pass/no credit.
        All levels of ABE/GED are offered at the WorkSource from 8:00AM- 4:00PM                               Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction
        for information on assessment & registration call (509) 547-0511 ext. 2301.                           is a lab format.
                                                                                                              9971    31      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
ENG 091                     Grammar Skills                                                                    9972    32      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence structure, us-                                   9973    33      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
age, and mechanics. The grade is pass/no credit. Class is held in the Learning                                9974    34      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format. Prerequisite:                                   9975    35      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
ASSET score of 23-32 or COMPASS score of 1-12.                                                                9976    36      0.5      ISAKSON, G       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
9967       27      0.7      ISAKSON, G             MTWTh           8:00AM- 4:00PM
9968       28      0.7      ISAKSON, G             MTWTh           8:00AM- 4:00PM
9969       29      0.8      ISAKSON, G             MTWTh           8:00AM- 4:00PM
9970       30      0.8      ISAKSON, G             MTWTh           8:00AM- 4:00PM

                              *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                              WorkSource Classes – 68
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