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SCHEDULE Richland Community College

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									SPRING
       2013

SCHEDULE
                                           Table of Contents - Spring 2013 Schedule

Academic Calendar ...........................................2              Students Services and General Information ... 47
Registering for Classes......................................3                   Academic Success Center .................... 47
       New Students ..........................................3                  Achieving College Excellence ............... 47
       Returning Students ..................................3                    Adele P. Glenn Academy for Early
       Currently Enrolled Students ....................3                         Childhood Education ............................. 47
Advising..............................................................3          Administrative Drop Policy .................... 47
Tuition and Fees.................................................4               Adult Education .....................................48
Methods of Payment ..........................................5                   Audit Policy ............................................48
Fees .................................................................5          Adults Who are Reentering Education ..48
Scholarships ......................................................5             Bus Service ...........................................48
How to Pay for College ......................................5                   Campus Life...........................................48
Faculty & Advisors .............................................6                Campus Vision ......................................48
Available Counseling Locations ........................8                         Career Center ........................................48
Programs of Study .............................................8                 Clinton Extension Center ......................48
Certificates Offered ...........................................9                Continuing & Professional Education ...48
Registration Form ............................................ 10                Counseling Services .............................48
Spring 2013 Courses ....................................... 12                   Economic Development and Innovative
       Once-a-Week Classes .......................... 12                         Workforce Solutions ..............................48
       Off-Campus Classes ............................. 14                       English as a Second Language ............49
       Online and Hybrid Classes.................... 16                          Emerging Scholars Program .................49
Spring Course Schedule.................................. 18                      Fairview Park Plaza Center...................49
                                                                                 Fitness Center .......................................49
                                                                                 Graduation .............................................49
                                                                                 Honors Opportunities Program .............49
                                                                                 Library Services ....................................49
                                                                                 Mathematics Enrichment Center...........49
                                                                                 Non-discrimination Policy .....................50
                                                                                 Online Learning Help Desk ...................50
        Registration Dates                                                       Perkins Program ....................................50
                                                                                 Start Out Successful .............................50
                                                                                 Student IDs ............................................50
        Currently Enrolled Students                                              Student Support Services/TRiO ...........50
                                                                                 Success.net ...........................................50
        Begins November 5, 2012                                                  Technical Resource Center ................... 51
        All Students
        Begins November 13, 2012


                                            Academic Calendar Spring 2013
    Spring 2013
    January 14            T              Classes Begin
    January 19            S              Saturday Classes Begin
    January 21            M              Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Observance (College Closed)
    February 20           M              Presidents’ Day (College Closed)
    February 26           T              Professional Development Day (College Closed)
    March 8               F              Midterm
    March 11-16           M-Sa           Spring Break (No Classes)
    March 29-30           F,Sa           Spring Holiday (College Closed)
    May 10                F              Last day to withdraw with a “W”: 16-weeks & 2nd 8-week classes*
    May 11                S              Finals
    May 13-16             M-Th           Final Exams
    May 17                F              Graduation
    May 27                M              Memorial Day (College Closed)

    * For all other classes, contact the Registrar at registrar@richland.edu or (217) 875-7211, Ext. 284, for
    alternate withdrawal dates.




2          Spring 2013
                                                Registering for Classes

New Students                                                         Choose Classes
1. Complete the Admission Information Form online                    Check the class schedule for classes you want at
   at myRichland.edu.                                                the times and locations most convenient for you.
2. Provide official high school transcripts or proof of
   GED, ACT scores and official transcripts from any
   colleges attended. High school and college transcripts
                                                                     Check Prerequisites
                                                                     Check the course listings to see if the classes you want have
   should be sent directly to the Student Records Office.
                                                                     prerequisites. Prerequisites must be met through satisfactory
   Hand-delivered transcripts will only be accepted in a
                                                                     prior coursework, ACT scores, or placement testing before you
   sealed envelope from the institution.
                                                                     register.
3. Complete placement testing in Mathematics, English,
   and Reading (or program - specific areas) in Room S116.
   Testing is not timed and could take as long as 2 hours.           Register for Classes
   Photo ID required.                                                Complete the Registration Form and deliver the information
4. Complete the Angel Online Orientation, if enrolled in an          requested on the form to the Student Services Center by one
   online or hybrid course at Richland for the first time or using   of the following methods:
   the Angel LMS for the first time. Contact the Online Learning
   Office at ochelp@richland.edu for more information.               In Person:
                                                                     Student Services Center - C129
Returning Students                                                   By Phone:
1.	 Re-admission: If you are a former student who has not            Call 217-875-7211, Ext. 267
    attended Richland since Spring 2011 or earlier, you must
    complete an Admission Information Form prior to registering      By Fax:
    for classes, online at myRichland.edu. Official high school      Fax form on page 10 to 217-875-7783.
    and college transcripts must be on record with Richland.
                                                                     By Mail:
Currently Enrolled Students                                          Mail form on page 10 to
                                                                     Student Records Office
1.	 Advisement: Make an appointment with your advisor prior to       Richland Community College
    November 7 to review your progress and plan your courses.        One College Park
    Your official high school transcripts (or GED transcript) and    Decatur, IL 62521-8513
    college transcripts must be on file with the Student Records
    Office.                                                          Through my.richland.edu
                                                                     Must have prior approval of an advisor.
Returning And Currently Enrolled                                     At Richland’s Satellite Locations:
Students                                                             Clinton Extension Center
1. Complete placement testing in the Testing Center, Room            Clinton High School (northeast corner)
   S116. If it has been more than 2 years since you took place-      1200 Highway 54 West, Clinton, IL
   ment tests and you have not taken any English, math, or           217-935-6791
   reading courses, plan to re-test at no cost to you. Photo ID
   required.                                                         Fairview Park Plaza Center
2. Complete the Angel Online Orientation, if enrolled in an          1485 W King Street, Decatur, IL
   online or hybrid course at Richland for the first time or using   217-462-0480
   the Angel LMS for the first time. Contact the Online Learning
   Office at ochelp@richland.edu for more information.               For all methods, indicate name and section of class. Students
                                                                     who register in person will receive immediate confirmation
Advising                                                             of classes. If registering by phone, fax, mail or Internet, your
                                                                     schedule of classes and invoice will be mailed to you; you will
Walk-in Advisement
Advisors are available on a first-come, first-serve basis in the     be notified of scheduling problems within 3 working days.
Student Services Center, C129, during the following hours:           Textbook information is available
Monday-Thursday–8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.                                at http://www.rccbookstore.net
Friday–8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Appointment
Call 875-7211, Ext. 267, for an appointment with
an advisor. Appointments are available Monday
through Friday.
Faculty Advisement
Have a faculty member approve your schedule and review
your program before or after class or during their office hours.
See pages 6-7 for a listing of faculty.
No Advisement Necessary
If you are registering for one course that does not
have a prerequisite, go directly to the Student Services Center
(C129).                                                                              Registration Dates
                                                                                     Currently Enrolled Students
                                                                                     November 5, 2012
                                                                                     All Students
                                                                                     November 13, 2012



                                                                                                          Spring 2013                3
                                                      Spring 2013 Tuition and Fees
In-District Students and Out-of-District Students With                        (Out-of-state and International students pay
Charge-Back Authorization                                                      an additional $267.33 per credit hour.)
  Tuition .................................................. $96.00
  Academic/Technology Fee ................... $5.00                           Registration Fee .................................... $12.00
  Total (per credit hour) .........................$101.00
                                                                              This list does not include required fees for certain courses.
Tuition and Fees for Online Courses                                           These fees range from $8.00 to $325.00 per course. A
  Per Credit Hour Tuition ...................... $140.00                      complete list of fees is available in the Business Office.
  Academic/Technology Fee ................... $5.00
  Total (per credit hour) ....................... $145.00                     100% of tuition & fees is due before classes begin.
  Tuition and Fees for Online Nursing Courses                                 An online payment plan is available.
  Per Credit Hour Tuition .......................$115.00                      * Tuition and Fee charges are subject to change.
  Academic/Technology Fee ................... $5.00
  Total (per credit hour) ....................... $120.00
  Out-of-District Students Without
  Charge-Back Authorization
  Tuition ................................................. $96.00
  Academic/Technology Fee ................... $5.00
  Out-of-district fee.............................. $135.00
  Total (per credit hour) ....................... $236.00


    Tuition Deadlines

    100% of tuition and fees are due January 9, 2013, or you must be signed up for the Online Payment
    Plan. See www.richland.edu/cashier for more information on how to pay for your tuition.

    Refund Schedule
Tuition refunds will be issued to eligible students based upon effective dates of withdrawal. The date that a written request for
withdrawal is received by the Admissions & Records Office determines the effective date of withdrawal. Full refund of tuition
and fees will be made if the College cancels a course. Non-Attendance is not considered an official drop. Refunds will be
determined on the basis of the following schedule:
Length of class                                  Refund Period                                        %
	 16	Week	Class	                        	        1st	9	school	days	of	term	           	               100%
	 	    	                                	        Thereafter	         	                	               0%
	 12	Week	Class	                        	        1st	5	school	days	of	class	          	               100%
	 	    	                                	        Thereafter	         	                	               0%
	 4-8	Week	Class	                       	        1st	5	school	days	of	class	          	               100%
	 	    	                                	        Thereafter	         	                	               0%
	 2-3	Week	Class	                       	        1st	3	school	days	of	class	          	               100%
	 	    	                                	        Thereafter	         	                	               0%
	 Less	than	2	Weeks	                    	        Prior	to	day	1	     	                	               100%
	 	    	                                	        Thereafter	         	                	               0%
Federal Financial Aid Refunds                                         Billing Note
In accordance with Federal regulations, refunds for                   • Students adding or dropping a class after the
students attending the College who receive federal                      session has begun will NOT receive a revised
financial assistance and withdraw before completion                     statement and should inquire at the Business
of 60% of the semester of attendance will be                            Services Office (N136) for their revised balance.
calculated on a pro rata basis.                                       • Students are financially responsible for tuition and
The pro rata formula for determining a refund is                        fees for all classes for which a drop slip is not filed
the number of weeks remaining in the semester (as                       within the refund period.
of the last recorded day of attendance) divided by
the number of weeks of enrollment for which the
student was charged. This will equal the amount to
be refunded to the student and/or to the federal aid
program from which funds were awarded.




4          Spring 2013
                Methods of Payment                                                      Scholarships
In-Person                                                          Scholarships are available through the Foundation Office.
The Cashier’s Window is generally open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.       Students must complete the FAFSA before applying for most
Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays.           scholarships.
During certain peak and off-peak times, hours may vary.
Please call 875-7200 to verify hours for any given day. A night    www.richland.edu/foundation/scholarships
depository is also available inside the main entrance for your
convenience.                                                                   Financial Aid and Billing
Credit Cards                                                       Students who register for classes are responsible for payment
RCC accepts VISA, MasterCard, and Discover.                        of their tuition bill even if they do not attend classes or
                                                                   receive financial aid. Students who do receive financial aid or
FACTS Tuition Payment Plan                                         scholarships will automatically have these awards applied to
Budget for monthly payments to be deducted from                    their bill and will be responsible for any unpaid balance.
your bank or credit card account. More information
is available at the Cashier Window or online at                    How to Apply for Financial Aid:
www.richland.edu/cashier/facts                                     1. Pick up the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
                                                                      (FAFSA on the Web Worksheet). The 2012-2013
Mail                                                                  application is for Fall 2012, Spring 2013
Make checks payable to Richland Community College and                 and Summer 2013. Applications are available
include your Richland student ID number.                              in Richland’s Student Services Center or on the
                                                                      Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
                                                                   2. If you need help completing your FAFSA, please come to
Apply early. You must pay your balance if you have
                                                                      the Financial Aid Office, Room N136.
not received an aid award letter. You may apply for
                                                                   3. Your application can be submitted electronically on the
a deferment with the Financial Aid Office.
                                                                      Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov


                             Fees                                               How to Pay for College
Academic/Technology Fee                                            Available Financial Aid
The academic/technology fee includes the following services        - Up to $5,550 in Pell Grant funds.
and privileges: use of the computer labs, both                     - Up to $1,796 in MAP funds for tuition and some fees paid to
for computer-based classes and for open lab use;                       Richland (if funds are available).
updated technology for students; and student enrichment
                                                                   - Up to $450 in Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
programs, including student clubs and organizations, student
                                                                       funds (“0” EFC, limited funding).
handbooks, entertainment, and events.
                                                                   - Up to $10,500 in student loans and $4,800 in College Work
Residency Policy                                                       Study. The amount a student can actually borrow may not
A student is considered a resident of Richland Community               exceed cost of attendance minus other assistance.
College District 537 if the student establishes a permanent
                                                                   - You may be eligible for other scholarships; information
residence within the
                                                                       available in the Financial Aid Office.
District at least 30 days prior to enrollment.
                                                                   Students who apply and complete their Financial Aid file
Senior Citizens’ Tuition                                           early will be given priority consideration for Federal and State
District 537 residents who are 65 or older or who will become      funding.
65 years old during the calendar year are eligible to enroll
without the payment of tuition in regularly scheduled credit       Veterans who are receiving VA Benefits other than IVG or ING
courses, other than credit courses designed specifically           must submit a copy of their class schedule each semester to
for senior citizens, provided that such enrollment does not        the Financial Aid Office to be certified.
over-enroll the course and tuition-paying students enrolled
                                                                   Reminder:
constitute the minimum number required for the course.
                                                                   Illinois National Guard Grant recipients must re-apply once per
Such waiver does not apply to all other fees associated with
                                                                   academic year.
enrollment in such a course.
                                                                   Deadline Dates:
Veterans’ Services
                                                                   For full year consideration apply by 10/1/12,
Veterans’ benefits such as the G.I. Bill, the Illinois Veterans’
                                                                   For Spring and Summer consideration apply by 03/01/13,
Grant, Veterans’ Vocational Rehabilitation, the Veterans’
                                                                   For Summer only consideration apply by 06/15/13.
Assistance Program, and the National Guard/Naval Militia
Program are available to veterans who qualify. Contact the
                                                                   Veterans receiving Montgomery GI Bill Benefits and enrolling
Financial Aid Office, Room N136, 875-7200.
                                                                   in accelerated classes or 8-week classes are encouraged
Course Fees and Insurance Fees                                     to check with the Veterans’ Rep. in the Financial Aid Office
Certain courses have additional fees to help cover supplies.       for information on how payment for these classes will be
Course fees are subject to change without notice.                  calculated.
                                                                   Contact the Financial Aid Office in the Student Services
                                                                   Center, Room N136, 875.7200.




                                                                                                        Spring 2013               5
                                        Faculty and Advisors 217. 875.7211
Accounting                                                    Earth Science
    Carol Hood .........................S223 ...Ext. 456          Dr. John Cordulack...............S12 .. Ext. 384
    Sara Richardson ............... C249 .. Ext. 444          Economics
African-American Studies                                          Brad Hemenway .................S221 ...Ext. 278
    Evyonne Hawkins .............. C222 ...Ext. 432           Education
Agriculture                                                       Evyonne Hawkins .............. C222 ...Ext. 432
    David McLaughlin .......... Ag Bldg ...Ext. 562           Emergency Medical Technology
Anthropology                                                      Health Professions Office ..S162 ...Ext. 750
    Dr. John Cordulack...............S12 .. Ext. 384          Engineering
Arabic                                                            Dr. John Cordulack.............S120 .. Ext. 384
    CEHFA Office .....................C162 .. Ext. 386            Jason Smith....................... C227 ...Ext. 439
Archaeology                                                   Engineering Technology
    Dr. John Cordulack...............S12 .. Ext. 384              John Daum ...................... E152A ...Ext. 447
Art                                                               Gary Kilmartin ................. E154A .. Ext. 406
    Gil Rocha .......................... W209 ...Ext. 391     English
Automotive                                                        Gail Bauer..........................W137 ...Ext. 273
    Curt Happe .........................E125 .. Ext. 360          Karen Becker.....................W130 ...Ext. 363
                                                                  David Dubose ....................W128 .. Ext. 369
Biofuels/Bio Process                                              Dr. Sean Gallagher ............W131 .. Ext. 365
    David Larrick ......................E197 ...Ext. 730          Robert Grindy ....................W132 ...Ext. 367
Biology                                                           Dr. Laurie Hughes .............W135 ...Ext. 373
    Dr. Srinivasan Durairaj .... S146A ...Ext. 357                Rosemarie King ................. C163 ...Ext. 349
    Jill Feinstein ........................S128 ...Ext. 498       Kris Sulzberger..................W133 ...Ext. 310
    Dr. Gordon Gurley ..............S129 ...Ext. 398              Dr. Richard Tomlinson .......W134 ...Ext. 371
    Dr. Chris Merli.....................S124 ...Ext. 395          Deborah Yaden .................W129 ...Ext. 361
    Carol Stokes .......................S121 ...Ext. 389      Environmental Studies
Business                                                          Dr. John Cordulack.............S120 .. Ext. 384
    Keith Ashby ....................... C248 ...Ext. 403      French
    Steve Gilbertz.....................S224 ...Ext. 458           CEHFA Office .....................C162 .. Ext. 386
    Maureen Ruski .................. S222 .. Ext. 464
                                                              Fire Science
Career Development                                                Anthony Vespa ...................S130 ...Ext. 327
    Michael Diggs .....................N129 ...Ext. 205
                                                              GED/ESL
Chemistry                                                         Lisa Carr ............................W121 ...Ext. 501
    Craig Lucas ........................S126 .. Ext. 399
    Dr. Chris Merli.....................S124 ...Ext. 395      German
                                                                  CEHFA Office .....................C162 .. Ext. 386
Chinese
    CEHFA Office .....................C162 .. Ext. 386        Graphic Arts
                                                                  Gil Rocha .......................... W209 ...Ext. 391
Communication
    Michelle Stephens .............W154 ...Ext. 215           Health
    Alex Wiertelak ...................W128 .. Ext. 369            Health Professions Office ..S162 ...Ext. 750
Criminal Justice                                              Health Information Technology
    Sterling Morrell ...................S130 ...Ext. 327          Jenna Curry ....................... C227 ...Ext. 405
Culinary Arts                                                 Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
    Brian Tucker ......................SC05 ...Ext. 291           J. Lynn Hudson................ E168A ...Ext. 457
    Ryan Rogiers.....................SC07 ...Ext. 297         History
Dance                                                             Steve Austin .................... S145C ...Ext. 392
    CEHFA Office .....................C162 .. Ext. 386            Janilyn Kocher ....................S127 ...Ext. 431
Drafting (CAD)                                                Horticulture
    Brett Willits .......................E167A ...Ext. 435        David McLaughlin .......... Ag Bldg ...Ext. 562
Early Childhood Education                                     Hospitality
    Jeanne Helm ..................... C226 .. Ext. 496            Keith Ashby ....................... C248 ...Ext. 403




6        Spring 2013
                                        Faculty and Advisors 217. 875.7211
Information Technology                                        Pre-Law
    Faith Brenner ..................... C250 ...Ext. 541         Larry Klugman ....................S131 ...Ext. 407
    David Kirby ........................W210 ...Ext. 494      Psychology
Journalism                                                       Pixie Fennessey .................S122 ...Ext. 409
    Alex Wiertelak ...................W212 ...Ext. 210           Kristine Palmer ...................S125 ...Ext. 556
Mathematics                                                      Dr. Mary Beth Wade ...........S123 ...Ext. 397
    Marcella Cremer .................C219 ...Ext. 482         Radiography
    Chris Ferrill ........................ C228 .. Ext. 500      Matt Cardinal ......................S165 ...Ext. 759
    Andrew Hynds ................... C224 ...Ext. 754            Susan Grimm .....................S166 ...Ext. 758
    James Jones ..................... C223 .. Ext. 490        Reading
    Jon Odell ........................... C220 .. Ext. 486       Gail Bauer..........................W137 ...Ext. 273
Music                                                         Renewable Energies
    Dr. Lily Siu ......................... C160 ...Ext. 342      David Larrick ......................E197 ...Ext. 730
Nurse Assistant                                               Sequestration
    Judy Miller ..........................S170 ...Ext. 766       David Larrick ......................E197 ...Ext. 730
Nursing                                                       Service Learning
    Shelly Baldwin .................. ..S171 ...Ext. 393         Heather Kind-Keppel..........C133 .. Ext. 305
    Joyce Clay ..........................S168 ...Ext. 757
    Mary Crisler .................... S145B .. Ext. 534       Sociology/Social Work
    Richard Harmon ................. S111 ... Ext. 412           Pixie Fennessey .................S122 ...Ext. 409
    Karen Hartman ...................S172 ...Ext. 755            Kristine Palmer ...................S125 ...Ext. 556
    Jean Litchfield ....................S167 ...Ext. 760      Spanish
    Judy Maloney .....................S169 ...Ext. 761           Dr. Sean Gallagher ............W131 .. Ext. 365
    Virginia Ostermeier ............E107 .. Ext. 536          Surgical Technology
    Mary Ann Riedell ................E105 ...Ext. 532            Katherine B. Lee.................S173 ...Ext. 763
    Karen Vercellino .............. S146B ...Ext. 359            Brooke Oliver...................... S174 ...Ext. 756
Office Technology                                             Theatre
    Sharon Beube ................... C245 .. Ext. 448            Michelle Stephens .............W154 ...Ext. 215
    Crystal Kitchens ................C251 .. Ext. 446
                                                              Welding Technology
    Sara Richardson ............... C249 .. Ext. 444
                                                                 Leo Suhre .........................E117B ...Ext. 408
Personal Development
    Deborah McGee .................N129 ...Ext. 222           Advisors
    Kathryn Mast ......................N120 ...Ext. 314
                                                              All academic programs and undeclared students
Philosophy                                                        Rose Best ...........................N130 ...Ext. 266
    Thomas Morrow .................C161 ...Ext. 347               Marcus Brown ....................N131 ...Ext. 253
Pharmacy Technology                                               Stuart Coon ........................N121 ...Ext. 280
    Health Professions Office ..S162 ...Ext. 750                  Michael Diggs .....................N129 ...Ext. 205
Physics                                                           Janean Garrett ...................N127 .. Ext. 304
    Jason Smith....................... C227 ...Ext. 439           Todd Hauser .......................N130 ...Ext. 269
                                                                  Heather Kind-Keppel..........C133 .. Ext. 305
Physical Education
                                                                  Meredith Johnson-Palmer ..N135 ...Ext. 438
    Scott Broyles .....................W175 .. Ext. 290
                                                                  Yolanda Mabry ...................N122 ...Ext. 572
Physical Science                                                  Kathryn Mast ......................C131 ...Ext. 314
    Jason Smith....................... C227 ...Ext. 439           Deborah McGee .................N128 ...Ext. 222
Political Science                                                 Gary O’Connor ...................N126 ...Ext. 283
    Larry Klugman ....................S131 ...Ext. 407            Cathy Sebok .......................N125 ...Ext. 558
Power Generation–Nuclear                                          Janey Stewart.....................N130 ...Ext. 266
    Jack Adwell ....................... C244 ...Ext. 462          Scott Zickerman .................N130 ...Ext. 269
Practical Nursing
    Carol Myers ........................S226 ...Ext. 547
                                                              Student Support Services/TRiO
    Vicki McMahon .................. C246 ...Ext. 762
                                                                  Laquitta Ford ......................C143 ...Ext. 441
                                                                  Samuel London ..................C143 ...Ext. 289
                                                                  Kim Parkinson-Hahn ..........C143 ...Ext. 289




                                                                                                    Spring 2013           7
                                        Available Counseling Locations
Career Counseling                                                 Fairview Park Plaza Center
Career counseling is provided by the Student Services             The RCC Fairview Park Plaza Center is located at 1485 W.
Centers and advisors. Numerous career advisement                  King Street, Decatur, and is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
materials are available, including the computer-assisted          p.m. Monday through Friday. The Center offers most of
career guidance system, Strong Interest Inventory, and the        the services found at Richland’s main campus. For class
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Contact the Career Services          information, please call 462-0480.
Center, Room C129, at 875-7211, Ext. 307, or the SSC office,
Room C129, Ext. 267.

Clinton Center
The RCC Clinton Center is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday. (Closed 12:00 noon- 1 :00 p.m.) The
Center offers most of the services found at Richland’s main
campus. For an appointment, call 935-6791. The Center is
located within Clinton High School (northeast entrance).



                                                  Programs of Study

     Baccalaureate/Transfer Degrees                                      Career & Technical Education
The Associate in Arts, Associate of Arts in Teaching,                        Degrees/Certificates
Associate in Science, Associate in Fine Arts, and Associate
in Engineering Science degrees (AA, AAT, AS, AFA, AES             The occupational programs leading to a Basic Certificate,
degrees) are designed for students planning to continue their     Advanced Certificate, or Associate in Applied Science
formal education at a four-year university or college. Students   Degree are designed for students who want to concentrate on
planning to earn a transfer degree should follow the transfer     knowledge and skills directly related to employment. Students
curriculum listed in the College Catalog or call the Student      pursuing one of the occupational programs should refer to
Services Center, 875-7211, Ext. 267.                              the College Catalog or call the Student Services Center, 875-
                                                                  7211, Ext. 267, for detailed information.
Areas of concentration for transfer degrees:
 Accounting                    Journalism                          AAS Degrees offered in the following areas:
 African-American              Mathematics                         Accounting
   Studies                     Music                               AgriBusiness & Agriculture
 Agribusiness                  Paraprofessional                    Automotive Technology
 Anthropology                    Educator                          Business
 Art                           Philosophy                          Criminal Justice
 Biology                       Physics                             Criminal Justice — Corrections
 Business                      Political Science                   Culinary Arts
 Chemistry                     Pre-Dentistry                       Drafting and Design Engineering
 Communication                 Pre-Forestry                        Early Childhood Education
 Computer Science              Pre-Law                             Electrician*
 Early Childhood               Pre-Medicine                        Emergency Medical Services
   Education                   Pre-Veterinary                      Engineering Technology
 Economics                     Psychology                          Fire Science
 Elementary Education          Secondary Education                 Graphic Arts
 Engineering                   Sequestration                       Health Information Technology
 English                       Sociology                           Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
 Foreign Language              Special Education                   Horticulture
 Geography/                    Teacher Education                   Hospitality Management
   Earth Science               Theatre                             Information Technology
 History                                                           Nursing*
                                                                   Office Technology
                                                                   Paraprofessional Education
                                                                   Power Generation - Nuclear
                                                                   Radiography*
      Registration Dates                                           Surgical Technology*
                                                                   Welding Technology
      Currently Enrolled Students                                  * Special admission requirements must be met for
                                                                    some programs.
      Begins November 5, 2012
      All Students
      Begins November 13, 2012




8        Spring 2013
                                                    Liberal Studies
Associate in Liberal Studies (ALS) Degree
The curriculum is designed for students who desire up to two years of college study for their personal development.
It is also designed to provide students an initial opportunity to pursue various areas of interest and subsequently to select a
more specific education objective, such as a particular occupational program or a baccalaureate-oriented associate degree.
Both baccalaureate-oriented and occupational-oriented courses may be taken as part of this program. The degree itself is not
intended to be a transfer degree, though some of the courses used may transfer to other schools.

                                                Certificates Offered
Accounting                                                        Graphic Arts
      Accounting Specialist                                             Graphic Arts Certificate
      Advanced Accounting Specialist                                    Multi Media Specialty
      Basic Accounting                                            Health Information Technology
Automotive Technology                                                   Coding Certificate
      Automotive Brake, Steering and Suspension                   Heating, Ventilation, A/C, & Refrigeration
      Automotive Service Specialist                                     Commercial Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
      Senior Automotive Repair Technician                               Residential Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
      Automotive Engine Rebuilder                                       Refrigeration
      Automotive HVAC Specialist                                  Horticulture
      Automotive Trans & Driveline Specialist                           Floral Design
      Automotive Performance Specialist                                 Greenhouse
Business                                                                Landscape and Turf
      Banking Specialist                                          Hospitality Management
      Entrepreneur                                                      Hospitality Management
      Human Resource Management                                         Operations Management
      Marketing Specialist                                              Food Service Management
      Management Specialist                                       Information Technology
Criminal Justice                                                        Desktop Support Specialist
      Patrol Officer                                                    Microsoft Office Specialist
      Emergency Telecommunications                                      CCNA Prep
      Probation & Parole                                                Computer Literacy
Criminal Justice — Corrections                                          Network Specialist
      Correctional Officer                                              COMPTIA Net+Prep
Culinary Arts                                                           COMPTIA Security+Prep
      Baking & Pastry                                                   MCSA Prep
      Food Preparation                                                  Object-Oriented Programming
      Chef’s Assistant                                                  Programming Specialist
      Culinary Management                                               Systems Programming
Drafting and Design Engineering                                         Web Programming
      Auto CAD                                                    Nurse Assistant (CNA)
      Drafting and Design                                         Office Technology
Early Childhood Education                                               Accounting Office Clerk
Emergency Medical Technology                                            Advanced Office Specialist Accounting
Engineering Technology                                                  Receptionist
      Biofuel Technician                                                Office Assistant
      Biofuel Control System Technician                                 Business Office Specialist
      Bio Process Operator                                        Legal Office Specialist
      CNC Operator                                                      Medical Office Specialist
      CNC Technology                                                    Medical Coding
      Industrial Maintenance                                            Medical Transcription
      Electrical Systems                                          Pharmacy Technology
      Building Maintenance                                        Power Generation–Nuclear
      Facilities Maintenance                                      Practical Nursing* (LPN)
Fluid Power Systems                                               Transportation (CDL)
      Instrumentation                                             Welding Technology
      Machine Repair                                                    Welding
      Manufacturing Engineering                                         Welding Technician
      Mechanical Systems                                                Pipefitting and Pipe Welding
      Wind Energy Systems                                         * Special admission requirements must be met for some
Fire Science                                                        programs.
      Fire Science Technology Specialist
      Fire Company Officer
      Fire Technician
      Fire Inspector
      Fireground Commander




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                                             Currently Enrolled Student
                                             Registration: November 5, 2012
                                             All Student Registration: November 13, 2012
                                             Classes begin: January 14, 2013




             How to Read the Course Listings
                                                                     Instructional
    Course No. & Title                                 Credit Hrs.        Fee

   ELTRN110-Intro to Electricity & Electronics 3 Credits + $20 fee
   (Prerequisite: Math 091 or equivalent competencies)
    02 5:30-9:10 pm-M, W - .................................................. Moore
              begins 00/00/2011 and ends 00/00/2011

Section No.      Days Class Meets                        Instructor
     Time(s) Class Meets          Date Class Begins/Ends




Textbook information is available
at http://www.rccbookstore.net




                                                                                      Spring 2013   11
                                       Spring Once-a-Week Classes


Monday                                                   Tuesday
ACCT 205    Y2    6:00 - 8:30 pm--Axe,                   BUS 100     F1   5:30 - 8:10 pm--Staff
BUS 245     01    6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff                  BUS 237     01   6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff
BUS 255     01    6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff                  CIS 110     Y1   6:00 - 7:50 pm--Staff
CRJ 110     01    5:30 - 8:20 pm--Staff                  CS 161      Y1   3:00 - 4:50 pm--Brenner
ENGT 105    01    5:30 - 8:20 pm--DeBose                 CS 251      Y1   12:00 - 1:50 pm--Brenner
FIRE 140    01    6:00 - 8:50 pm--Wyngaard               ECE 210     Y1   1:00 - 2:00 pm--Helm
FIRE 230    01    8:30 -11:50 am--Jones                  ENGT 125    01   12:15 - 3:15 pm--Staff
HLTH 120    01    6:30 - 9:20 pm--Frahlman               FIRE 113    01   8:30 -11:50 am--Jackson
HLTH 140    03    7:00 - 8:15 pm--Staff                  HIT 245     01   6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff
HORT 146    01    5:30 - 8:50 pm--Boyd                   HLTH 197    Y2   5:00 - 9:00 pm--Clay
HORT 211    01    5:30 - 8:50 pm--Black                                   01/15/2013 to 02/05/2013
HORT 246    01    5:30 - 8:50 pm--Boyd                   HORT 125    01   5:30 - 8:50 pm--McLaughlin
MATH 106    01    11:00 am-12:50 pm--Staff               IT 141      Y2   6:00 - 8:50 pm--Kirby
OT 113      Y1    10:00 -11:15 am--Richardson            IT 153      Y1   9:00 -10:50 am--Brenner
OT 114      Y1    10:00 -11:50 am--Beube                 MATH 095    Y1   7:30 - 9:00 pm--Cremer
OT 143      01    5:30 - 9:20 pm--Staff                  MATH 106    02   5:30 - 7:20 pm--Staff
OT 170      Y1    1:00 - 2:15 pm--Beube                  MUSIC 150   01   5:00 - 6:50 pm--Beyt
P DEV 100   01    3:00 - 4:00 pm--Diggs                  OT 243      Y1   10:30 am-12:20 pm--Kitchens
PHRMT 156   01    12:40 - 1:30 pm--Hackney               P DEV 101   01   3:00 - 4:00 pm--Mast
SOCIO 110   05    5:30 - 8:20 pm--Moorehead              P GEN 101   01   6:00 - 8:30 pm--Staff
                                                         P REL 100   02   6:00 - 8:40 pm--Ruski
                                                         PSYCH 150   01   5:30 - 8:20 pm--Parkinson




  Instructors are using technology in many courses
                                                           About the Course Listings:
  in addition to those designated as online and hybrid     TBA = To Be Announced
  courses. Students may need access to a computer
  to submit assignments, take quizzes and tests,           IAI = Qualifies under the Illinois
  and communicate with other students. Technology          Articulation Initiative
  workshops and computer courses are offered
  regularly for students to improve their skills. Open     Prerequisite = What is required
  computer labs are also available for student use.        before you can take the course




     You can view your financial aid award letter on myRichland! If you have
 questions about your award, visit the Financial Aid & Veterans’ Affairs Office.


12     Spring 2013
                                  Spring Once-a-Week Classes

Wednesday                                       Friday
Biol 101  Y1 7:00 - 8:10 pm --Merli             ENGL 101    03   9:00 -11:50 am--Hughes
BUS 110   F1 5:30 - 8:10 pm--Staff              HLTH 140    01   9:00 -11:40 am--Justice
ECE 114   Y1 1:00 - 3:00 pm--Helm               HVAC 140    Y1   10:00 am-12:00 pm--Hudson
ENGL 253  01 5:30 - 8:20 pm--Becker             HVAC 206    Y1   5:30 - 7:30 pm--Staff
FIRE 112  01 8:30 -11:50 am--Wyngaard           THTRE 180   01   1:00 - 5:00 pm--Staff
HLTH 140  04 7:00 - 8:00 pm--Acciavatti
IT 120
IT 130
          Y1 0:00 -11:50 am--Beube
          Y1 1:00 - 2:50 pm--Beube
                                                Saturday
                                                HLTH 110    01   8:30 am- 5:00 pm--Minton
IT 141    Y1 3:00 - 5:50 pm--Kirby                               02/02/2013 to 02/02/2013
IT 271    Y1 6:00 - 8:50 pm--Clark              HLTH 110    02   8:30 am- 5:00 pm--Minton
LDEV 110  50 8:00 am- 3:00 pm--DeVore,                           04/06/2013 to 04/06/2013
          08/18/2012 to 05/22/2013              HOSP 110    01   8:00 am- 5:00 pm--Ashby
OT 119    Y1 10:00 -11:15 am--Richardson,                        02/02/2013 to 02/09/2013
OT 230    01 5:30 - 9:20 pm--Staff
PSYCH 110 05 5:30 - 8:20 pm--Fennessey

Thursday
ACCT 102  Y2 7:30 - 9:20 pm--Axe
BUS 102   01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff
BUS 110   02 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Ruski
BUS 225   V1 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff
BUS 235   01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff
BUS 240   01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff
CIS 110   Y2 6:00 - 7:50 pm--Staff
CRJ 114   01 5:30 - 8:20 pm--Powers
CS 230    Y1 12:00 - 1:50 pm--Brenner
ENGT 107  01 5:30 - 9:20 pm--Staff                Section Numbering System
FIRE 120  01 8:30 -10:50 am--McAdamis
FIRE 280  01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--Pruitt                    01, 02, etc. Main Campus Courses
HIT 245   01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Staff                     Y#           Hybrid Courses
HLTH 110  Y1 4:00 - 6:00 pm--Minton                    V#           Online Courses
          01/31/2013 to 02/21/2013                     D#           Distance Class
HLTH 110  Y2 4:00 - 6:00 pm--Minton                Off-campus locations
          03/25/2013 to 03/25/2013
                                                       A#           Decatur Area Technical Academy
                                                       B#           Warrensburg-Latham High School
HLTH 140  02 5:30 - 8:00 pm--Justice                   C#           Clinton Center
HLTH 297  01 4:10 - 5:00 pm--Justice                   E#           Eisenhower High School
HORT 126 01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--Staff                      F#           Fairview Park Plaza Center
HORT 235 01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--McLaughlin,                G#           Cerro Gordo High School
IT 230    Y1 6:00 - 7:50 pm--Staff                     J#           Decatur Christian High School
IT 280    Y1 12:00 - 1:50 pm--Brenner                  K#           MacArthur High School
IT 282    Y1 9:00 -10:50 am--Brenner                   L#           Lutheran School Association
IT 284    Y1 9:00 -10:50 am--Brenner                   M#           Maroa-Forsyth High School
IT 285    Y1 6:00 - 8:50 pm--Hanes                     N#           Meridian High School
P GEN 104 01 6:00 - 8:30 pm--Staff                     P#           Sangamon Valley High School
SOCIO 105 01 5:30 - 7:20 pm--Joy                       Q#           Central A & M High School
                                                       R#           Argenta-Oreana High School
                                                       S#           St. Teresa High School
                                                       U#           Mt. Zion High School




                                                                               Spring 2013      13
                                           Spring 2013 Off-Campus Classes
                                                                      F1 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,W,F--Fairview Park Plz Staff
Argenta
                                                                    Mathematics
ENGL 102 (IAI)--Composition 2                 [3 Credits]           All	mathematics	courses	which	are	prerequisites	for	other	
(prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)                         mathematics	courses	must	be	completed	with	a	‘C’	or	better	if	
  R1    11:55 am - 12:40 pm--M,T,W,Th,F          Cowgill            they	are	to	be	to	be	used	as	prerequisites
        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
PSYCH110 (IAI)--Intro to Psychology           [3 Credits]           MATH 096--Developmental Mathematics [4 Credits]
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                            (is	designed	for	students	who	have	placed	into	a	developmen-
  R1    8:15 - 9:05 am--M,W,F                                       tal	mathematics	sequence	except	MATH	095.	This	course	is	
        Argenta-Oreana H.S.                   Moorehead             repeatable	up	to	three	times.)
        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only                                F1 --Fairview Park Plz                        Staff
                                                                    Flex	Schedule.	Attend	class	in	the	Mathematics	Enrichment	
Cerro Gordo                                                         Center	minimum	of	4	hrs/week.		
ENGL 102 (IAI) --Composition 2              [3 Credits]             This	class	is	web-enhanced.
(prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)                         PSYCH110 (IAI) --Intro to Psychology       [3 Credits]
  G1    2:25 - 3:01 pm - 1:25 pm--M,T,W,Th--                        (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
        Cerro Gordo H.S.               Jane Henricks                    F1  12:00 - 1:15 pm--T,Th--
        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only                                      Fairview Pk Plz                          Staff
        Begins	01/05/2013	Ends	05/25/2013                           SOCIO110 (IAI) --Intro to Sociology        [3 Credits]
                                                                    (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
Clinton                                                                 F1   1:30 - 2:45 pm--T,Th--
ENGL 102 (IAI) --Composition 2                [3 Credits]                    Fairview Park Plz                        Staff
(prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)
  C1 8:15 - 9:05 am--M,W,F--Clinton Center Staff
                                                                    Lutheran School Assn. - Decatur
                                                                    Socio 110 (IAI) --Intro to Sociology       [3 Credits]
HIST 112 (IAI) --European Civ: The Modern Era                        L1 12:20 - 1:10 pm--M,W,F
                                         [4 Credits]                       LSA H.S.                             Parkinson
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                                   Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
  D8 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th--Clinton H.S.    Staff
PSYCH110 (IAI) --Intro to Psychology [3 Credits]                    Macon
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                            ENGL 102 (IAI) --Composition 2              [3 Credits]
  C1 8:00 - 9:15 am--T,Th--Clinton H.S.    Staff                    (prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)
                                                                        N1   8:45 - 9:31 am--M,T,W,Th,F--
                                                                             Meridian H.S.                        Hagen
Fairview Park Plaza-Decatur                                                  begins	01/02/2013	and	ends	05/18/2013
Adult Education/GED (ABE/ASE/ESL)                                            Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
                                                                        11:47 am - 12:33 pm--M,T,W,Th,F--
                                                                        N2
Courses	in	Adult	Education	are	FREE	but	do	not	give	college	            Meridian H.S                         Hagen
credit.		These	courses	are	offered	at	various	times	and	at	var-         begins	01/02/2013	and	ends	05/18/2013
ious	locations	throughout	Richland’s	District	such	as	Illinois	
                                                                        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
workNet	Center,	Clinton	Extension	Center,	and	Fairview	Park	
Plaza.		On-campus	classes	are	also	available.		Registration	 PSYCH110 (IAI) --Intro to Psychology [3 Credits]
is	held	at	the	main	campus	and	at	off-campus	sites	before	      (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
the	beginning	of	each	semester	and	at	scheduled	times	            N1 7:50 - 8:40 am--M,W,F--Meridian H.S. Staff
during	the	semester.		Call	875-7211,	ext.	355,	for	additional	          Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
information.
AF AM 100--African American Students [4 Credits]                    Maroa
        F1 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M<W,F                                    ENGL 102 (IAI) --Composition 2              [3 Credits]
        Fairview Park Plaza                           Staff         (prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)
ENGL 090 --Reading and Study Skills 2 [3 Credits]                     M1 7:10 - 8:00 am--M,W,F--
        F1 2:00 - 3:50 pm--M<W,F                                            Maroa-Forsyth H.S                         Staff
        Fairview Park Plaza                           Staff                 Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
ENGL 097--Developmental Writing                [3 Credits]
        F1 3:00 - 4:00 pm--M<W,F                                    Moweaqua
        Fairview Park Plaza                           Staff         PSYCH110 (IAI) --Intro to Psychology       [3 Credits]
ENGL 101 (IAI) --Composition 1                 [3 Credits]          (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
(prerequisite:	one	of	the	following:	1)	“C”	or	better	in	English	
090	and/or	097;	2)	score	of	40th	percentile	or	above	on	ACT	            Q1   7:30 - 8:45 am--T,Th
(English	and	Reading)	or	SAT	(Verbal);	3)	satisfactory	scores	               Central A&M H.S.                         Staff
on	Richland’s	English	and	Reading	Comprehension	place-              	        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
ment	tests;	or	4)	evidence	of	equivalent	competencies)



14       Spring 2013
                                           Spring 2013 Off-Campus Classes

Mt Zion
ENGL 102 (IAI) --Composition 2              [3 Credits]
(prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)
U1      7:45 - 8:35 am--M,W,F--Mt Zion H.S.       Staff
        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
SOCIO110 (IAI) --Introduction to Sociology [3 Credits]
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
U1      8:39 - 9:28 am--M,W,F--
        Mt Zion H.S.                          Staff	
  	     Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only

St Teresa-Decatur
ENGL 102 (IAI) --Composition 2              [3 Credits]
(prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)
  S1    7:45 - 9:00 am--T,Th--St Teresa H.S.       Staff
        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
SOCIO110 (IAI) --Intro to Sociology          [3 Credits]
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
  S1    8:00 - 8:50 am--M,W,F--St Teresa H.S.      Staff
        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only

Warrensburg
ENGL 102 (IAI) --Composition 2              [3 Credits]
(prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)
  B1    8:40 - 9:30 am--M,W,F--
        Warrensburg-Latham H.S.                    Staff




                                                                   Have you applied for
                                                                  Financial Aid? Be sure
                                                                   you have completed
                                                                  the 2012-2013 FAFSA
                                                                     at www.fafsa.gov
                                                                    for the Spring 2013
                                                                   semester. Once your
                                                                      FAFSA has been
                                                                    processed, you will
                                                                   receive a letter from
                                                                 the Financial Aid Office
                                                                    outlining your next
                                                                           steps.

                                                                             Spring 2013   15
                                 Spring 2013 Online and Hybrid Classes
                   Online Classes                                                     Hybrid Classes
In an online class, all instruction is provided online and no     A hybrid class is a combination of face-to-face classroom
face-to-face classroom instruction is required. Students may      instruction and online instruction. A portion of the instruction
be required to attend an orientation or take proctored exams      is provided online, but some regular face-to-face instruction
on campus or at an approved location near the student;            is still required. Face-to-face time requirements will vary
please refer to the course schedule for more information.         between hybrid courses and sections; please refer to
Classes are designated by V1, V2, etc. There is a $10 fee         the course schedule for more information. Classes are
assessed per credit hour for all online classes.                  designated by Y1, Y2, etc. There is a $5 fee assessed per
                                                                  credit hour for all hybrid classes.



                     Online Student Orientation to the Angel Learning Management System
  To be successful in online and hybrid courses, all students need to complete a one-time online Intro to Angel. Students who
  have not completed this Intro should visit http://www.richland.edu/online/orientation for information about accessing and
  completing this orientation. Students must complete the orientation before they will be able to access their online or hybrid
  course. Once the orientation is complete, courses will show up in Angel on the first day of class.
                                        Questions? E-mail ochelp@richland.edu


              Online and hybrid sections start at various times during the semester.
                        Check the class listing for complete information.
ACCT 101 V1 Richardson                                            ECE 103 V1 Helm
ACCT 102 Y2 Axe                                                   ECE 114 Y1 Helm
ACCT 205 Y1 Richardson                                            ECE 203 V1 Helm
ACCT 205 Y2 Axe                                                   ECE 210 Y1 Helm
ACCT 211 V1 Richardson                                            ECE 290 Y1 Helm
AF AM120 V1 Hawkins                                               ECE 290 Y2 Helm
AF AM130 V1 Hawkins                                               ECE 290       Y3 Helm
ART 100 V1 Staff                                                  ECON 231 V1 Hemenway
ART 100 V2 Staff                                                  ECON 232 V1 Hemenway
ART 152 V1 Tury                                                   ED 100 V1 Hawkins
ART 220 V1 Rocha                                                  ED 101 V1 Mast
BIOL 101 Y1 Merli                                                 ED 200 V1 Hawkins
BIOL 106 V1 Feinstein                                             EMT 120 Y1 Blassi
BIOL 106 V2 Feinstein                                             Additional hospital clinical hours by arrangement
BUS 100 V1 Gilbertz                                               EMT 200 Y1 Crystal
BUS 110 V1 Ruski                                                  EMT 260 Y1 Crystal
BUS 121 V1 Ashby,                                                 Additional hospital/field clinical hours by arrangement
BUS 225 Y1 Staff                                                  ENGL 101 V1 Hughes
BUS 232 V1 Gilbertz                                               ENGL 101 V2 Hughes
BUS 263 V1 Ashby,                                                 ENGL 101 Y1 Tomlinson
CHEM 106 V1 Merli                                                 ENGL 101 Y2 Staff
CIS 110 Y1 Staff                                                  ENGL 102 V1 Becker
CIS 110 Y2 Staff                                                  ENGL 102 V2 Tomlinson
                                                                  ENGL 102 V3 Gallagher
COMM 101 V1 Staff                                                 Honors Section
COMM 101 V2 Staff                                                 ENGL 102 V4 King-Grindy
COMM 101 V3 Staff                                                 ENGL 102 Y1 Tomlinson
COMM 101 V4 Staff                                                 Winter Interterm In class:12/17 thru 12/27 Online: 01/02
CS 105 V1 Brenner                                                 thru 01/14
CS 161 V1 Brenner                                                 ENGL 102 Y2 Staff
CS 161 Y1 Brenner                                                 ENGL 110 V1 Tomlinson
CS 230 V1 Brenner                                                 ENGL 220 Y1 Grindy
CS 230 Y1 Brenner                                                 ENGL 222 Y1 Grindy
CS 251 V1 Brenner                                                 HIST 101 V1 Austin
Contact instructor at fbrenner@richland.edu                       HIST 102 V1 Austin
during first week of class.                                       HIST 112 V1 Kocher
CS 251 Y1 Brenner                                                 HIST 112 V2 Kocher
Contact instructor at fbrenner@richland.edu                       HIST 270 V1 Austin
during first week of class.                                       HIT 101 V1 Bollinger
ECE 101 V1 Helm,                                                  HIT 115 V1 Ferriell
ECE 102 V1 Helm                                                   HIT 195 V1 Curry


16      Spring 2013
                               Spring 2013 Online and Hybrid Classes
HLTH 110 Y1 Minton,                                       PSYCH145 V1 Wade
Must complete online modules before on-campus practice    PSYCH145 V2 Wade
and testing session.                                      PSYCH200 V1 Hawkins
HLTH 110 Y2 Minton Must complete online modules           SOCIO110 V1 Palmer
before on-campus practice and testing session.            SOCIO110 V2 Palmer
HLTH 197 V1 Riedell                                       SOCIO200 V1 Palmer
HLTH 197 Y1 Clay                                          SOCIO225 V1 Staff
HLTH 197 Y2 Clay                                          THTRE150 V1 Staff
 Must be eligible for Engl 101                            THTRE210 V1 Staff
HLTH 297 V1 Riedell                                       THTRE230 V1 Staff
HOSP 110 V1 Ashby                                         ALL ‘V’ sections are subject to a $10 per credit
Textbook is required and must be purchased before first   hour online charge.
class. Read chapters 1-7 before class begins.
                                                          ALL ‘Y’ sections are subject to a $5 per credit hour
HUMAN100 V1 Tomlinson
                                                          online charge.
HUMAN100 V2 Staff
HUMAN106 V1 Staff
HVAC 140 Y1 Hudson
HVAC 206 Y1 Staff
IT 120 Y1 Beube
IT 130 Y1 Beube
IT 131 V1 Brenner
IT 141 Y1 Kirby
IT 141 Y2 Kirby
IT 153 V1 Brenner
IT 153 Y1 Brenner
IT 230 Y1 Staff
IT 280 V1 Brenner
IT 280 Y1 Brenner
IT 282 V1 Brenner
IT 282 Y1 Brenner
IT 284 V1 Brenner
IT 284 Y1 Brenner
IT 285 Y1 Hanes
MATH 095 Y1 Cremer
MATH 110 V1 Cremer
MUSIC100 V1 Staff
MUSIC100 V2 Staff
OT 113 Y1 Richardson
OT 114 Y1 Beube
OT 118 V1 Richardson
OT 119 Y1 Richardson                                           Students enrolled in online or
OT 120 V1 Beube
OT 140 V1 Kitchens                                             hybrid courses for the FIRST
OT 140 V2 Kitchens
OT 141 V1 Perkins                                              time at Richland must complete
OT 141 V2 Perkins
OT 142 V1 Kitchens                                             the Angel online orientation and
OT 150 V1 Beube
OT 170 Y1 Beube
                                                               will not be able to access their
OT 232 V1 Staff
OT 240 V1 Perkins
                                                               courses until the first day of
OT 242 V1 Camp                                                 class. To access the orientation,
OT 243 Y1 Kitchens
OT 244 V1 Camp                                                 go to angel.richland.edu and log
OT 245 V1 Richardson
OT 248 V1 Kitchens                                             in using your Richland NetID
OT 248 V2 Camp
OTK 101 Y1 Staff                                               and password.
P REL110 V1 Ruski
PHIL 110 V1 Morrow
PHIL 120 V1 Morrow
POL S120 V1 Lusvardi
PSYCH110 V1 Wade
PSYCH110 V2 Wade
                                                                                        Spring 2013          17
                                                Spring 2013 Classes

 Accounting                                                   African American Studies
 ACCT 100--Accounting Fundamentals [3 Credits]                AF AM100 (IAI) --African American Studies
  01 11:00 am-12:50 pm--M,W                  Staff                                                    [3Credits]
                                                                01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                  Staff
       begins	02/20/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
                                                                02 1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,Th                    Staff
 ACCT 101 (IAI) --Financial Accounting [4 Credits]              F1 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,W,F--Fairview Park Plaza
   01 9:00 am-10:50 pm--T,Th                        Hood                                                   Staff
   02 11:00 am-12:50 pm--M,TW                       Hood      AF AM120 (IAI) --The African-American Experience
   03 11:00 am- 12:50 pm--T,Th                      Hood      (Formerly AF AM101)                    [3 Credits]
   04 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                       Reynolds       01 11:00 am-12:15 pm--T,Th              Hawkins
   V1                                        Richardson         02 11:00 am-12:15 pm--M,W               Hawkins
 ACCT 102 (IAI) --Managerial Accounting                         03 5:30 - 7:20 pm--M,W                     Staff
             Fundamentals                     [4 Credits]       V1                                      Hawkins
 (prerequisite:	ACCT	101)                                     AF AM130--African American Social Movements
    01 9:00 -10:50 am--T,Th                  Richardson                                              [3 Credits]
   02 11:00 am-12:50 pm--T,Th                Richardson         V1                                      Hawkins
   03 7:30 - 9:20 pm--M,W                       Heneghan      AF AM140 (IAI) --African American Women
   Y2 7:30 - 9:20 pm--Th                             Axe                                             [3 Credits]
 ACCT 202--Intermediate Accounting 2 [4 Credits]                01 5:30 - 6:45 pm--M,W                     Staff
 (prerequisite:	ACCT	201)                                     Agriculture
   01 9:00 -10:50 am--M,W                           Hood      AGRIC195--Contemporary Issues
   02 5:30 - 7:20 pm--M,W                       Heneghan                  in AgriBusiness                [3 Credits]
 ACCT 205--Small Business Accounting                            01 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,W                         Staff
                                    [3 Credits] +$21 fee      AGRIC232--Agricultural Economics           [3 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	ACCT	101	(or	OT	160)	or	consent	of	             01 2:00 - 3:15 pm--T,Th                        Staff
 full-time	Accounting	instructor)                             AGRIC290--Work Exp Practicum + Seminar
   Y1 2:00 - 3:50 pm--T,Th                   Richardson                                                  [3 Credits]
   Y2 6:00 - 8:30 pm--M	                             Axe      (prerequisite:	sophomore	standing	and	a	minimum	
 ACCT 211 (IAI) --Managerial Cost Accounting                  completion	of	45	credit	hours	toward	an	Agribusiness	
                                              [4 Credits]     Degree	or	approval	of	the	Dean)
 (prerequisite:	ACCT	101)                                       01                                      McLaughlin
   V1                                        Richardson
 ACCT 290--Work Exp Practicum & Seminar
                                              [3 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	completion	of	45	credit	hours		
 or	approval	of	appropriate	instructional	team)               Section Numbering System
   01                                               Hood           01, 02, etc. Main Campus Courses
 ACCT 295--Special Advanced Projects [3 Credits]                   Y#           Hybrid Courses
 (prerequisite:	completion	of	45	credit	hours	or	ap-               V#           Online Courses
 proval	of	appropriate	instructional	team)                         D#           Distance Class
   01                                               Hood       Off-campus locations
                                                                   A#           Decatur Area Technical Academy
 Adult Education/GED                                               B#           Warrensburg-Latham High School
                                                                   C#           Clinton Center
  (ABE/ASE/ESL)                                                    E#           Eisenhower High School
 Courses in Adult Education are FREE but do not give               F#           Fairview Park Plaza Center
 college credit. These courses are offered at various times        G#           Cerro Gordo High School
 and at various locations throughout Richland’s District           J#           Decatur Christian High School
 such as Illinois workNet Center, Clinton Extension Center,        K#           MacArthur High School
 and Fairview Park Plaza. On-campus classes are also               L#           Lutheran School Association
 available. Registration is held at the main campus and at         M#           Maroa-Forsyth High School
 off-campus sites before the beginning of each semester            N#           Meridian High School
 and at scheduled times during the semester. Call 875-             P#           Sangamon Valley High School
 7211, ext. 355, for additional information.                       Q#           Central A & M High School
                                                                   R#           Argenta-Oreana High School
                                                                   S#           St. Teresa High School
                                                                   U#           Mt. Zion High School




18      Spring 2013
                                               Spring 2013 Classes
                                                              ART 127--Digital Photography 1 [3 Credits] +$75 fee
American Sign Language                                          01 5:00 - 7:50 pm--M,W                          Staff
SIGN 101--Beginning Sign Language 1 [4 Credits]               ART 129--Digital Photography 2 [3 Credits] +$98 fee
  01 4:30 - 6:20 pm--M,W                  Staff               (prerequisite:	ART	127)
                                                                01 5:00 - 7:50 pm--M,W                          Staff
Arabic                                                        ART 131--Advanced Ceramics 1 [3 Credits] +$50 fee
ARAB 115--Conversational Arabic 1             [3 Credits]     (prerequisite:	ART	122)
 01 5:30 - 6:45 pm--T,Th                            Staff       01 12:30 - 3:20 pm--T,Th                      Kramer
Art                                                           ART 140--Principles of Graphic Design
ART 100 (IAI) --Art Appreciation              [3 Credits]                                        [3 Credits] +$78 fee
(This	course	is	not	for	fine	or	graphic	art	majors.)          (prerequisite:	completion	of	or	concurrent	enrollment	
                                                              in	ART	101	and	111)
  01    9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                        Staff
  02 11:30 am-12:45 pm--T,Th                         Staff      01 12:00 - 2:50 pm--T,Th                        Staff
  03 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                          Staff            begins	01/17/2012	and	ends	05/17/2012
  04 3:30 - 4:45 pm--T,Th                            Staff
  V1                                                 Staff    ART 151--Computer Graphics 1 [3 Credits] +$78 fee
  V2                                                 Staff    (prerequisite:	ART	140)
ART 101--Intro to Drawing 1 [3 Credits] +$35 fee                01 8:35 -10:42 am--T,T                   Huskin
  01 12:05 - 2:23 pm--M,W                          Rocha      ART 152--Computer Graphics 2 [3 Credits] +$98 fee
  02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                            Staff    (prerequisite:	ART	151)
ART 102--Intro to Drawing 2 [3 Credits] +$35 fee                V1                                         Tury
(prerequisite:	ART	101)
  01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                            Stafff   ART 220 (IAI) --Art History 2:Renaissance-Rococo
ART 111--Design 1                   [3 Credits] +$35 fee                                              [3 Credits]
  01 8:35 -10:42 am--M,W                           Rocha       V1                                          Rocha
ART 112--Design 2                   [3 Credits] +$35 fee      ART 230 (IAI) --Art History 3: Modern Art [3 Credits]
(prerequisite:	ART	111)                                         01 8:30 - 9:45 am--T,Th                       Rocha
  01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--M,W                             Staff    ART 251--Computer Graphics 3 [3 Credits] +$78 fee
                                                              (prerequisite:	ART	152)
ART 117--Painting 1                 [3 Credits] +$35 fee
  01 3:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                     Zimmerman          01         TBA                                 Staff
ART 118--Painting 2                 [3 Credits] +$35 fee      ART 252--Graphic Arts 4           [3 Credits] +$98 fee
(prerequisite:	ART	117)                                       (prerequisite:	ART	152,	ART	160,	or	ART	251)
  02 3:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                     Zimmerman          01         TBA                                 Staff
ART 119--Sculpture 1                [3 Credits] +$50 fee      ART 260--3D Computer Modelingfor Game Design
  01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--M,W                             Staff                                               [3 Credits]
                                                                01         TBA                                 Staff
ART 121--Ceramics 1                 [3 Credits] +$50 fee
  01 12:30 - 3:20 pm--T,Th                        Kramer      ART 290--Work Experience/Internship [1-5 Credits]
                                                              (prerequisite:	sophomore	standing)
ART 122--Ceramics 2                 [3 Credits] +$50 fee
(prerequisite:	ART	121)                                         01                                             Staff
                                                                02                                             Staff
  01 12:30 - 3:20 pm--T,Th                        Kramer        03                                             Staff
ART 123--Watercolor 1               [3 Credits] +$35 fee        04                                             Staff
  01 3:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                     Zimmerman          05                                             Staff
ART 124--Watercolor 2               [3 Credits] +$35 fee
(prerequisite:	ART	123)                                       Astronomy
  02 3:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                     Zimmerman        ASTRO105 (IAI) --Intro to Astronomy          [4 Credits]
ART 125--Photography 1: Black and White                       (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	and	successful	
                                    [3 Credits] +$78 fee      completion	of	MATH	091	[“C”	or	better	grade]	or	
  01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                        Huskins      equivalent	competencies)
ART 126--Photography 2: Black and White                         01 7:30 - 9:20 pm--M,W                         Bricker
                                    [3 Credits] +$78 fee
(prerequisite:	ART	125	or	evaluation	of	portfolio)
  01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                        Huskins




                                                                                               Spring 2013               19
                                                Spring 2013 Classes

 Automotive Technology                                      Biology
 Purchases required for Automotive students:                BIOL 101 (IAI) --Concepts of Biology 1
 1. Safety glasses.                                                                              [4 Credits] +$20 fee
 2. Uniform shirt, which is purchased from Automotive       (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
    Coordinator.                                              01 8:00 - 9:15 am--M,F                           Stokes
 3. NATEF approved tool set. Contact Curtis Happe,                  (Lab) 8:00 -9:50 am--W                     Stokes
    Automative Coordinator, for details prior to                    This class is web-enhanced.
    purchasing tools.                                         02 8:30 -9:45 am--M,F                           Durairaj
                                                                    (Lab) 8:30 -10:20 am--W                   Durairaj
 4. The Automotive program at RCC is master
                                                                    This class is web-enhanced.
    certified by National Automotive Technicians
                                                              03 9:30 -10:45 am--M,T                           Stokes
    Education Foundation (NATEF). ASE Certification
                                                                    (Lab) 10:00 -11:50 am--W                   Stokes
    exam will be given in April & May 2013; these tests
                                                                    This class is web-enhanced.
    will be computer based. Please check the ASE
                                                              04 9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                          Owens
    website at ase.com for specific dates and times
                                                                    10:00 am-11:50 pm--F                       Owens
    to register.
                                                                    This class is web-enhanced.
 AUTO 201--Suspension & Steering Alignment                    05 10:30 - 12:20 pm--W                           Owens
                               [4 Credits] +$28 fee                 (Lab)11:00 am-12:15 pm--T,Th               Owens
  01 12:00 - 4:40 pm--M,T,W,Th               Happe                  This class is web-enhanced.
       begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	02/14/2013                  06 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,F                           Stokes
                                                                    (Lab)1:00 - 2:50 pm--W                     Stokes
 AUTO 205--Manual Drive Train & Axles                               This class is web-enhanced.
                               [4 Credits] +$28 fee            07 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,F                          Gurley
  01 12:00 - 4:40 pm--M,T,W,Th               Happe                  (Lab) 1:00 - 2:50 pm--W                    Gurley
       begins	02/15/2013	and	ends	04/08/2013                        This class is web-enhanced.
                                                              08 2:30 - 3:45 pm--T,Th                          Gurley
 AUTO 206--Automatic Transmissions/                                 (Lab) 2:30 - 4:20 pm--F                    Gurley
             Transaxles           [4 Credits] +$28 fee              This class is web-enhanced.
   01 5:30 - 9:32 pm--T,Th                     Atkinson       09 3:00 - 4:15 pm--T,Th                            Merli
 AUTO 207--Advanced Automotive Electronics                          (Lab) 3:00 - 4:50 pm--W                      Merli
                                  [4 Credits] +$28 fee              This class is web-enhanced.
 (prerequisite:	AUTO	102	or	permission	of	instructor)         10 5:10 - 7:25 pm--M,W                           Bricker
   01 12:00 - 4:40 pm--M,T,W,Th                  Happe              Includes lab time
                                                              11 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T                               Merli
         begins	04/09/2013	and	ends	05/10/201
                                                                    5:30 - 8:20 pm--Th                           Merli
 AUTO 209--Advanced Driveability Problem                            Includes lab time. This class is web enhanced.
             Diagnosis            [4 Credits] +$28 fee        Y1                                                 Merli
 (prerequisite:	AUTO	102,	203,	and	207)                             (Lab) 6:00 - 7:50 pm--W                      Merli
   01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--M,W                        Happe      BIOL 102 (IAI)--Concepts of Biology 2 [4 Credits]
                                                            +$20 fee
 AUTO 290--Automotive Internship            [3 Credits]
                                                            (prerequisite:	successful	completion	[“C”	or	better	
 (prerequisite:	minimum	completion	of	45	credit	hours	
                                                            grade]	of	BIOL	101)
 toward	Automotive	Technology	Degree)
                                                              01 10:30 am -12:20 pm--Th                        Stokes
     01                                             Happe           (Lab)11:00 -11:50 am--M,T,F                Stokes
                                                                    This class is web-enhanced.
                                                            BIOL 106 (IAI)--Issues in Human Biology [3 Credits]
     Instructors are using technology in many courses       (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
     in addition to those designated as online and hybrid     V1                                             Feinstein
     courses. Students may need access to a computer          V2                                             Feinstein
     to submit assignments, take quizzes and tests,                 	begins	02/11/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
     and communicate with other students. Technology
     workshops and computer courses are offered
     regularly for students to improve their skills. Open
     computer labs are also available for student use.



     About the Course Listings:
     TBA = To Be Announced
     IAI = Qualifies under the Illinois
     Articulation Initiative
     Prerequisite = What is required
     before you can take the course


20        Spring 2013
                                              Spring 2013 Classes
BIOL 201 (IAI)--Human Anatomy & Physiology 1                 BUS 110--Business Mathematics                [3 Credits]
                                   [4 Credits] +$20 fee        01 9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                         Ruski
(prerequisite:	successful	completion	[“C”	or	better	           02 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Th                           Ruski
grade]	of	BIOL	101	or	successful	completion	[“B”	or	           F1 5:30 - 8:10 pm--W--Fairview Park Plaza Staff
better	grade	for	each	course]	of	two	years	of	high	                  This class is web-enhanced.
school	biology	and	1	year	of	high	school	chemistry	                  V1                                        Ruski
within	the	last	three	years)                                 BUS 225--Small Business Development [3 Credits]
                                                               01 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,W                           Staff
  01     8:30 - 9:45 am--M,F                     Feinstein     Y1 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Th                            Staff
         (Lab) 8:30 - 10:20 am--W                Feinstein   BUS 232--Business Law & Ethics               [3 Credits]
         This class is web-enhanced.                         (prerequisite:	BUS	231	or	equivalent	competencies)
  02 11:00 am - 1:15 pm--T,Th                                  01 11:00 am-12:15 pm--M,W                     Gilbertz
         Includes lab time.                        Gurley      V1                                            Gilbertz
         This class is web-enhanced.                         BUS 235--Human Resource Management [3 Credits]
  03 5:30 - 6:45 pm--M,W                           Gurley    (prerequisite:	BUS	100)
         (Lab) 7:00 - 8:50 pm--M                   Gurley
                                                               01 6:00 - 8:40 pm-Th                             Staff
         This class is web-enhanced.
  Y1 1:00 - 2:50 pm--W                           Feinstein   BUS 237--Benefits Administration             [3 Credits]
         (Lab) 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M                 Feinstein   (prerequisite:BUS	235’)
BIOL 202 (IAI)--Human Anatomy and Physiology 2                  01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--T                            Staff
                                     [4 Credits] +$20 fee    BUS 240--Marketing Fundamentals              [3 Credits]
(prerequisite:	successful	completion	[“C”	or	better	         (prerequisite:	completion	of	or	concurrent	enrollment	
grade]	of	BIOL	201	or	successful	completion	of	BIOL	         in	OT	119	or	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
201	proficiency	exam)
                                                               01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Th                            Staff
  01 10:00 - 11:15 am--M,F                       Feinstein   BUS 245--Advertising and Sales Promotion
         (Lab) 10:30 am -12:20 pm--W             Feinstein                                                [3 Credits]
         This class is web-enhanced.                           01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--M                             Staff
  02 5:30 - 6:45 pm--M,W                         Feinstein   BUS 255--Principles of Banking              [3 Credits]
         (Lab) 7:00 - 8:50 pm--M                 Feinstein     01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--M                             Staff
         This class is web-enhanced.                         BUS 290--Work Exp Practicum & Seminar
Y1       9:00 - 10:15 am--T                      Feinstein                                                [3 Credits]
         (Lab) 9:00 - 10:50 am--Th               Feinstein   (prerequisite:	sophomore	standing	and	a	minimum	
BIOL 210 (IAI)--Environmental Biology                        completion	of	45	credit	hours	toward	a	Business	or	
                                     [4 Credits] +$20 fee    Hospitality	Management	degree,	or	approval	from	the	
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                     appropriate	full-time	faculty)
  01 1:30 - 2:45 pm--M,W                           Larrick           A AS HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT MAJOR
         (Lab)12:00 - 1:50 pm--F                   Larrick     01                                             Ashby
BIOL 220 (IAI)--Microbiology [4 Credits] +$32 fee                           A AS MANAGEMENT MAJOR
(prerequisite:	successful	completion	[“C”	or	better	           02                                              Ruski
grade]	of	BIOL	101	or	successful	completion	[“B”	or	                         A AS MARKETING MAJOR
better	grade	for	each	course]	of	two	years	of	high	            03                                           Gilbertz
school	biology	and	1	year	of	high	school	chemistry	          BUS 295--Workplace Simulation & Project
within	the	last	three	years)                                                                             [3 Credits]
  01 11:00 am-12:15 pm--M,W                       Durairaj   (prerequisite:	student	seeking	AAS	degree	or	certifi-
         (Lab)11:00 am-12:50 pm--F                Durairaj   cate	in	Business	or	Hospitality	Management	who	has	
         This class is web-enhanced                          completed	at	least	45	credit	hours	of	college	work	or	
  02 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,W                          Durairaj   who	has	approval	of	appropriate	instructional	team)
         (Lab) 1:00 - 2:50 pm--W                  Durairaj           A AS HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT MAJOR
         This class is web-enhanced                            01                                             Ashby
  03 5:00 - 7:15 pm--W                            Durairaj                  A AS MANAGEMENT MAJOR
         (Lab) 5:00 - 7:15 pm--M                  Durairaj     02                                              Ruski
         This class is web-enhanced.                                         A AS MARKETING MAJOR
                                                               03                                           Gilbertz
Business
BUS 100--Business Fundamentals         [3 Credits]           Career Planning and
 01 9:30 -10:45 am--M,W
 02 1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,T
                                          Gilbertz
                                          Gilbertz
                                                             Development
 F1 5:30 - 8:10 pm--T--Fairview Park Plaza Staff             CDEV 112--Career Planning and Development
      This class is web-enhanced.                                                                   [3-0-3]
 V1                                       Gilbertz           Y1    11:00 -11:50 am--M,W               Diggs
BUS 102--Teller Fundamentals            [2Credits]
 01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--Th                       Staff




                                                                                              Spring 2013               21
                                               Spring 2013 Classes

 Chemistry                                                   Communication
 CHEM 100 (IAI) --Concepts of Chemistry                      COMM 101 (IAI) --Public Speaking           [3 Credits]
                                      [4 Credits] +$20 fee   (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	Engl.	101)	
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	MATH	098)                    (Formerly	SPCH	101)
   01 5:30 - 8:15 am--M,W                                      01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                       Staff
         Includes lab time.                         Lucas      02 8:30 - 9:45 am--T,Th                        Staff
   Y1 8:30 - 10:20 am--T                             Merli     03 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                      Staff
         (Lab) 8:30 - 10:20 am--Th                   Merli     04 11:30 am-12:45 pm--T,Th                     Staff
 CHEM 106 (IAI) --Chemistry in Everyday Life                   05 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                      Staff
                                      [4 Credits] +$90 fee     06 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,W,F                       Staff
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	and	MATH	098)         07 1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,Th                        Staff
                                                               08 2:30 - 3:45 pm--T,Th                        Staff
   V1                                                Merli     09 5:30 - 6:45 pm--M,W                         Staff
 CHEM 110--Survey of Organic Chemistry                         V1                                             Staff
                                      [5 Credits] +$20 fee     V2                                             Staff
 (prerequisite:	CHEM	100	with	“C”	or	better	grade)             V3                                             Staff
   01 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,F                           Lucas      V4                                             Staff
         (Lab) 1:00 - 3:00 pm--W                    Lucas    COMM 120--Business & Professional Speaking
 CHEM 131 (IAI) --General Chemistry 1                                                                   [3 Credits]
                                      [4 Credits] +$20 fee     01 12:05 - 1:20 pm--T,Th                       Staff
 (prerequisite:	MATH	116	and	either	(1)	one	year	of	           A1 8:30 -10:48 am-                          Bowman
 high	school	chemistry	with	“B”	or	better	grade	or	(2)	              begins	01/08/2013	and	ends	05/22/2013		
 CHEM	100	with	“B”	or	better	grade)                                  Dual	credit	students	only
   01 10:00 -11:15 am--M,W                          Lucas       A2 12:05 - 2:23 pm                         Bowman
         (Lab) 9:00 -11:40 am--F                    Lucas            begins	01/08/2013	and	ends	05/22/2013	
                                                                     Dual	credit	students	only
 CHEM 132 (IAI) --General Chemistry 2
                                      [5 Credits] +$20 fee   COMM 250--Argumentation and Debate [3 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	MATH	116	with	MATH	121	strongly	rec-         (prerequisite:	Comm	101)
 ommended	and	CHEM	131	with	“B”	or	better	grade)               01 9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                Staff
   01 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                        Lucas
         (Lab) 1:30 - 5:00 pm--T                    Lucas
                                                             Computer Information
 CHEM 202 --Organic Chemistry 2
                                    [5 Credits] +$500 fee    Systems
 (prerequisite:	CHEM	201	or	equivalent	competencies)         CIS 101--Computer Literacy                  [1 Credits]
   01 --Millikin University                          Staff   (Office	2007.	Students	are	not	charged	tuition	or	fees	
 Must	see	Dean	of	Mathematics	and	Sciences	Dr.	              for	this	course)
 Cordulack	for	co-enrolled	class	at	Millikin	University        01 5:30 - 8:30 pm--M,T,W,Th,F                    Staff
                                                                       begins	01/07/2013	and	ends	01/11/2013	

 Chinese                                                       02 5:30 - 8:30 pm--M,T,W,Th,F
                                                                       begins	02/04/2013	and	ends	02/08/2013	
                                                                                                                Staff

 CHIN 102--Beginning Chinese 2                [4 Credits]
                                                               03 5:30 - 8:30 pm--M,T,W,Th,F                    Staff
 (prerequisite:	CHIN	101)
                                                                       begins	03/04/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
   01 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                          Staff
 CHIN 115--Conversational Chinese 1           [3 Credits]    CIS 110 (IAI) --Business Applications for
   01 3:45 - 5:00 pm--T,Th                          Staff               Microcomputers       [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                               01 8:00 - 9:50 am--M,W                       Staff
                                                               02 9:00 -10:50 am--T,Th                      Staff
                                                               03 11:00 am-12:50 pm--M,W                    Staff
                                                               04 1:00 - 2:50 pm--T,Th                      Staff
                                                               05 2:00 - 3:50 pm--M,W                       Staff
                                                               Y1 6:00 - 7:50 pm--T                         Staff
                                                               Y2 6:00 - 7:50 pm--Th                        Staff
 Textbook information is available at
 http://www.rccbookstore.net                                 Computer Science
                                                             CS 105--Foundations of Information Technology
                                                                                          [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                              01 10:00 - 11:50 am--M,W                 Brenner
                                                              V1                                       Brenner




22     Spring 2013
                                            Spring 2013 Classes
CS 161--COBOL Programming [4 Credits] +$28 fee
(prerequisite:	IT	131	or	concurrent	enrollment)            Culinary Arts
   V1                                           Brenner    BUS 101--Intro to Hospitality Industry
   Y1 3:00 - 4:50 pm--T                         Brenner                                                 [3 Credits]
                                                           01          10:00 am- 12:20 pm--T,Th              Ashby
CS 230--Event-Driven Programming
                                                                          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
                                    [3Credits] +$21 fee
                                                           BUS 121--Purchasing and Product
(prerequisite:	IT	131	or	concurrent	enrollment)
                                                                                                        [3 Credits]
V1                                              Brenner
                                                           01          2:00 pm- 3:15 pm--M,W                 Ashby
Y1        12:00 - 1:50 pm--Th                   Brenner
                                                           V1                                                Ashby
CS 251--Object-Oriented Programming
                                   [4 Credits] +$28 fee    BUS 263--Catering and Banquet Management
(prerequisite:	IT	131	or	concurrent	enrollment	and	                                                     [3 Credits]
MATH	116)                                                  01          2:00 pm- 3:15 pm--T,Th                Ashby
   V1                                           Brenner    V1                                                Ashby
Contact	instructor	at	fbrenner@richland.edu	during	        CA 105--Culinary Fundamentals
   first	week	of	class.		                                                                     [4 Credits] +$120 fee
   Y1 12:00 - 1:50 pm--T                        Brenner      01 8:00 am- 1:20 pm--T,Th                      Rogiers
Contact	instructor	at	fbrenner@richland.edu	during	                begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	
first	week	of	class.                                       CA 115--Culinary Applications
                                                                                              [4 Credits] +$150 fee
Criminal Justice                                           (prerequisite:	CA	105)
                                                             01 8:00 am- 1:20 pm--M,W                       Rogiers
CRJ 110 (IAI) --Criminal Justice Fundamentals
                                             [3 Credits]   	 	     begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
                                                             02 5:00 -10:20 pm--M,W                          Tucker
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
                                                                   begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
  01 5:30 - 8:20 pm--M                            Evans
                                                           CA 120--Baking Fundamentals
CRJ 113--Fundamentals of Investigations                                                       [4 Credits] +$150 fee
            and Investigative Reporting [3 Credits]        (prerequisite:	CA	105)
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
                                                             01 8:00 am- 1:20 pm--M,W                       Rogiers
  01 9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                          Staff   	 	     begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	
CRJ 114 --Criminal Law                       [3 Credits]     02 5:00 -10:20 pm--T,Th                        Floerke
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                   	 	     	begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	
                                                           CA 150--Culinary Math                        [3 Credits]
  01 5:30 - 8:20 pm--Th                          Powers
                                                           (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	MATH	090)
CRJ 116--Probation/Parole                    [3 Credits]
                                                             01     8:00 - 9:50 am--T,Th                     Ashby
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
                                                           	 	     begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
  01 11:00 am-12:15 pm--M,W                      Powers
                                                           CA 210--Garde Manger               [3 Credits] +$150 fee
CRJ 125--Patrol Procedures                   [3 Credits]   (prerequisite:	CA	115)
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
                                                             01 8:00 am- 1:20 pm--T,Th                      Rogiers
  01 8:00 - 9:15 am--T,Th                       Dawson     	 	     begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
CRJ 290--Work Experience Practicum & Seminar               CA 220--Pastry Fundamentals [3 Credits] +$150 fee
                                             [3 Credits]   (prerequisite:	CA	120)
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	and	approval	of	
                                                             01 5:00 -10:20 pm--T,Th                        Floerke
the	Criminal	Justice	Coordinator)                          	 	     begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
  01                                             Morrell
                                                           CA 230--International Cuisine [4 Credits] +$150 fee
CRJ 295--Special Projects                    [3 Credits]   (prerequisite:	CA	115)
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	and	completion	
                                                           	 01	 5:00	-10:20	pm--M,W	                       Tucker
of	CRJ	110,	PSYCH	110,	and	SOCIO	110;	sophomore	
                                                           	 	      begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
standing;	minimum	completion	of	45	hours	toward	the	
AAS	in	Criminal	Justice;	and	approval	of	the	Criminal	     CA 290--Work Exp Practicum & Seminar
Justice	Coordinator)                                                                                    [3 Credits]
                                                           (Prerequisite:	completion	of	45	credit	hours	toward	a	
  01                                             Morrell
                                                           Culinary	Arts	degree	or	approval	of	ful-time	Culinary	
                                                           Arts	instructor)
                                                           	 01                                             Tucker




                                                                                            Spring 2013               23
                                             Spring 2013 Classes
 CA 295--Special Advanced Projects            [3 Credits]   DRAFT242--Commercial Architecture
 (Prerequisite:	completion	of	45	credit	hours	toward	a	                                      [3 Credits] +$27 fee
 Culinary	Arts	degree	or	approval	of	ful-time	Culinary	     (prerequisite:	DRAFT	245)
 Arts	instructor)                                             01 2:00 - 4:25 pm--T,Th                       Willits
   01                                             Tucker      02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                       Willits
                                                            DRAFT243--Structural Steel Detailing
 Dance                                                      (prerequisite:	DRAFT	245)
                                                                                             [3 Credits] +$27 fee
 DANCE150--Hip Hop                          [1 Credits]
 	 01 12:00 -12:50 pm--T,Th                     Herrick       01 2:00 - 4:25 pm--T,Th                       Willits
                                                              02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                       Willits
 DANCE160--Modern Dance                     [1 Credits]
 	 01 1:00 - 1:50 pm--T,Th                      Herrick     DRAFT245--Residential Architecture
                                                                                             [3 Credits] +$21 fee
 DANCE170--Belly Dance 1                    [1 Credits]     (prerequisite:	DRAFT	220)
 	 	01 2:00 - 2:50 pm--T,Th             Braden-Duncan
                                                              01 2:00 - 4:25 pm--T,Th                       Willits
                                                              02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                       Willits
 Drafting                                                   DRAFT290--Work Experience Practicum
 DRAFT101--Drafting Fundamentals                                                                       [3 Credits]
                                  [4 Credits] +$28 fee      (prerequisite:	Minimum	completion	of	30	credit	hours	
   01 9:00 -11:50 am--M,W                       Willits     toward	a	Drafting	degree	or	approval	from	Drafting	
   02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                       Staff      faculty)
 DRAFT102 (IAI) --Industrial Drafting                         01                                            Willits
                                  [4 Credits] +$28 fee
                                                            DRAFT295--Workplace Simulation & Project
 (prerequisite:	DRAFT	101	or	equivalent	competencies)
                                                                                                       [3 Credits]
   01 10:00 am-12:50 pm--T,Th                   Willits     (prerequisite:	Minimum	completion	of	30	credit	hours	
 DRAFT110--Technical Design [3 Credits] +$27 fee            toward	a	Drafting	degree	or	approval	from	the	Drafting	
   01 4:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                       Willits     faculty)
 DRAFT130--Tool Design Drafting [4 Credits] +$36 fee          01                                            Willits
 (prerequisite:	DRAFT	101)
   01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--M,W                       Seider      Early Childhood Education
 DRAFT210--Microstation           [3 Credits] +$27 fee      ECE 101--Intro to Early Childhood Education
 (prerequisite:	DRAFT	101	or	equivalent	competencies)                                                    [3 Credits]
   01 1:00 - 3:25 pm--M,W                       Willits     (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	090	and	ENGL	097)
   02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                      Willits       V1                                               Helm
 DRAFT215--AutoCad                [3 Credits] +$21 fee      ECE 102--School-Age Child Care               [2 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	DRAFT	101	(or	concurrent	enrollment)or	     (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	090	and	ENGL	097)
 consent	of	full-time	instructor)
                                                              V1                                               Helm
   01 1:00 - 3:25 pm--M,W                       Willits
                                                            ECE 103--Child Guidance                      [2 Credits]
   02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                      Willits
                                                            (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	090	and	ENGL	097)
 DRAFT220--Intermediate CAD [3 Credits] +$27 fee
                                                              V1                                               Helm
 (prerequisite:	DRAFT	210	or	DRAFT	215)
                                                            ECE 114--Play Activities for Young Children
   01 2:00 - 4:25 pm--T,Th                      Willits
                                                                                                         [3 Credits]
   02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                      Willits
                                                            (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	090	and	ENGL	097)
 DRAFT230--Advanced CAD           [3 Credits] +$27 fee
                                                              Y1 1:00 - 3:00 pm--W                             Helm
 (prerequisite:	DRAFT	220)
                                                            ECE 203--Child, Family and Community [3 Credits]
   01 2:00 - 4:25 pm--T,Th                      Willits
   02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                      Willits     (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
 DRAFT235--Solid Modeling (3-D)Solid Works/                   V1                                               Helm
             Inventor             [3 Credits] +$27 fee      ECE 210--Curriculum Design for Early Childhood
 (prerequisite:	DRAFT	230	or	equivalent	competencies)                                                    [3 Credits]
   01 2:00 - 4:25 pm--T,Th                      Willits     (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	and	completion	
   02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                      Willits     of	ECE	101	or	permission	from	the	Early	Childhood	
                                                            Education	Professor)
 DRAFT236--Pro-Engineer            [4 Credits] +$36 fee
  01 2:00 - 4:25 pm--T,Th                        Willits    	 Y1 1:00 - 2:00 pm--T                             Helm
  02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                        Willits




24    Spring 2013
                                             Spring 2013 Classes
ECE 221--Teaching Strategies for Special Needs
                                             [3 Credits]    Education
(prequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	or	permission	from	   ED 100--Intro to Public Education           [3 Credits]
the	Early	Childhood	Professor	and/or	Dean)                    01 8:30 - 9:20 am--M,W,F                      Palmer
  01 10:00 -11:15 am--T,Th                        Shipley     V1                                           Hawkins
ECE 290--Work Experience Practicum & Seminar                ED 101--The Community of Higher Education
               [3 Credits]                                    V1                                      Mast/McGee
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101,	completion	of	     ED 102--Field Experience in Education
a	sufficient	portion	of	the	Early	Childhood	program	                                                 [1-3 Credits]
to	justify	a	learning	experience	in	the	employment	         (prerequisite:	ED	100	or	current	enrollment	in	ED	100)
setting,	and	permission	from	the	Early	Childhood	
Education	Professor	and/or	Dean)                            ED 200--Educational Psychology           [3 Credits]
                                                            (prerequisite:	PSYCH	110)
  Y1                                                Helm
  Y2                                                Helm      V1                                        Hawkins
  Y3                                                Helm    ED 999 (IAI) --Test of Academic Proficiency
                                                            Preparation                              [3 Credits]
Earth Science                                               (prerequisite:	consent	of	instructor)
                                                            01      1:00 - 3:00 pm--M,W                    Staff
EASCI210 (IAI) --Physical Geography
                                     [4 Credits] +$20 fee
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                    Emergency Medical
  01 110:00 -11:15 am--T,Th                       Newton    Technology
        (Lab)10:00 -11:50 am--W                   Newton    EMT 120--EMT - Basic                 [6 Credits] +$60 fee
EASCI230 (IAI) --Intro to Meteorology                       (prerequisite:	pass	reading	test,	HLTH	110-	CPR,	or	
                                     [4 Credits] +$20 fee   current	BLS	Health	Care	Provider	CPR	certification,	
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	and	MATH	091)       18	years	of	age,	and	high	school	diploma	or	GED)
  01 5:30 - 7:45 pm--M,W                            Staff     Y1          4:30 - 8:30 pm--M                      Blassi
                                                              (Lab)       4:30 - 7:30 pm--W                      Blassi
Economics                                                   Additional hospital clinical hours by arrangement
ECON 231 (IAI) --Macroeconomics              [3 Credits]    EMT 200--Paramedic 1                 [7 Credits] +$70 fee
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                    (prerequisite:	current	BLS	Health	Care	provider	CPR	
                                                            certification,	and	current	EMT-B	or	higher	license)
  02 9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                    Hemenway
  03 12:30 - 1:45 pm--T,Th                   Hemenway         Y1 4:00 - 8:00 pm--T                             Crystal
  V1                                         Hemenway                 (Lab) 4:00 - 7:00 pm--Th                    Staff
ECON 232 (IAI) --Microeconomics              [3 Credits]    EMT 260--Paramedic 4                 [7 Credits] +$70 fee
(prerequisite:	ECON	231)                                    (prerequisite:	currently	licensed	as	EMT-B	or	higher,	
                                                            and	completion	of	EMT	240)
  01 11:00 am-12:15 pm--T,Th                 Hemenway
  V1                                         Hemenway         Y1 4:00 - 8:00 pm--M                             Crystal
                                                                     (Lab) 4:00 - 7:00 pm--W                   Crystal
                                                                     Additional hospital/field clinical hours by
                                                                     arrangement




                                                                                               Spring 2013                25
                                               Spring 2013 Classes
                                                                01  9:00 -11:50 am--T,Th                   Daum
 Engineering                                                  	 	   begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013	
 ENGR 212 (IAI) --Dynamics                [4 Credits]         	 02  5:00 - 7:50 pm--T,Th                    Staff
 (prerequisite:	ENGR	211	and	concurrent	enrollment	in	              begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013	
 or	completion	of	MATH	221)                                   ENGT 151 (IAI) --Cutting & Workholding
     01    8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,Th,F                 Smith                                    [2 Credits] +$14 fee
                                                               01 9:00 -11:50 am--T,Th                      Staff
                                                                    begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
 Engineering Technology                                        02 5:00 - 7:50 pm--T,Th                      Staff
 ENGT 101--Motor Control Fundamentals                               begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
                                     [4 Credits] +$28 fee
   01 1:00 - 3:50 pm--T,Th                       Kilmartin    ENGT 160--Metrology             [2 Credits] +$14 fee
                                                                01 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,W                       Daum
 ENGT 102--Blueprint Reading [3 Credits] +$21 fee
   01 9:00 -11:50 am--M,W                           Willits   ENGT 211--PLC Applications [3 Credits] +$21 fee
   02 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T,Th                           Staff    (prerequisite:	ENGT	210)
 ENGT 103--Fluid Power Fundamentals                             01 10:00 -11:50 am--T,Th                  Kilmartin
                                     [3 Credits] +$21 fee     ENGT 213--Robotic Fundamentals
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	MATH	091)                                                     [3 Credits] +$21 fee
   01 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                           Staff    (prerequisite:	ENGT	104	or	ENGT	210)
 ENGT 104 (IAI) --CNC Fundamentals                              01 9:00 -10:50 am--M,W                       Daum
                                     [3 Credits] +$21 fee     ENGT 215--Motion Control Systems
   01 5:00 - 7:40 pm--M,W                            Staff                                    [3 Credits] +$21 fee
 ENGT 105--Occupational Safety                                (prerequisite:	ENGT	214)
                                     [3 Credits] +$21 fee       01 9:00 -10:50 am--M,W                    Kilmartin
   01 5:30 - 8:20 pm--M                           Dubose
                                                              ENGT 218--Wind Turbine Repair & Maintenance
 ENGT 107--BioFuel Manufacturing                                                                       [2 Credits]
 Fundamentals                        [3 Credits] +$21 fee     (prerequisite:	ENGT	118)
   01 5:30 - 9:20 pm--Th                             Staff
                                                                01 10:00 -11:15 am--T,Th                      Staff
 ENGT 108 (IAI) --Principles of Renewable Energy[3
 Credits]                                                     ENGT 220--Process Control Applications
 (prerequisite:	eligibity	for	MATH	091)                                                       [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                              (prerequisite:	ENGT	120)
   01 9:00 -10:15 am--M,W                            Staff
                                                                01 1:00 - 4:40 pm--M,W                    Kilmartin
 ENGT 111--Motor Control Applications
                                                                      begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
                                     [4 Credits] +$28 fee
 (prerequisite:	ENGT	101)                                     ENGT 252 (IAI) --CAM Applications
   01 5:00 - 7:50 pm--T,Th                       Kilmartin                                        [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                              (prerequisite:	DRAFT	236	or	DRAFT	215	and	ENGT	
 ENGT 114--Wind Turbine Mechanical Systems
                                                              104	or	consent	of	full-time	Engineering	Technology	
                                              [4 Credits]
                                                              instructor)
 (prerequisite:	ENGT	108)
                                                                01 3:30 - 5:20 pm--M,W                          Daum
   01 9:00 -11:15 am--T,Th                           Staff
                                                              ENGT 290--Work Experience Practicum & Seminar
 ENGT 120--Process Control Fundamentals
                                                                                                           [3 Credits]
                                     [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                              (prerequisite:	approval	of	instructor)
 (prerequisite:	ENGT	101)
                                                                             A AS CNC/MANUFACTURING
    01 1:00 - 4:40 pm--M,W                       Kilmartin
                                                                01                                                Daum
 	       begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
                                                                         A AS ELEC SYST/INSTRUMENTATION
 ENGT 125--BioProcess Operation Fundamentals                    02                                             Kilmartin
                                  [2 Credits] +$14 fee                  A AS MECH SYST/FLUID POWER /MACH
   01 12:15 - 3:25 pm--T                           Staff        03                                                 Daum
 ENGT 130--Power Transmission Fundamentals                    ENGT 295--Workplace Simulation & Project
                                  [4 Credits] +$28 fee                                                       [3 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	MATH	091	and	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	        (prerequisite:	student	should	be	in	last	semester	of	study)
 or	approval	of	the	instructor)                                              A AS CNC/MANUFACTURING
   01 5:30 - 7:45 pm pm--M,W                       Staff        01                                                Daum
                                                                         A AS ELEC SYST/INSTRUMENTATION
 ENGT 150 (IAI) --Machining Fundamentals                        02                                             Kilmartin
                                  [2 Credits] +$14 fee                  A AS MECH SYST/FLUID POWER /MACH
                                                                03                                                Daum




26        Spring 2013
                                               Spring 2013 Classes

English                                                         10 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,W,F                         Staff
ENGL 088--Reading + Study Skills 1            [3 Credits]       11 3:30 - 4:45 pm--M,W                         Grindy
 01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                           Staff       12 5:30 - 6:45 pm--T,Th                       Hughes
        Must also be enrolled with ENGL 095-02                  V1                                         Tomlinson
  02 10:00 -11:15 am--T,Th                          Staff       V2                                            Hughes
  03 1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,Th                           Staff       Y1 1:00 - 3:50 pm--M,T,W,Th,F              Tomlinson
  04 5:30 - 6:45 pm--T,Th                        Dubose         Y2 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,W,F                         Staff
ENGL 090--Reading + Study Skills 2            [3 Credits]     ENGL 102 (IAI) --Composition 2              [3 Credits]
(prerequisite:	“C”	or	better	in	ENGL	088)                     (prerequisite:	ENGL	101	with	“C”	or	better)
  01 8:30 -9:45 am--T,Th                           Palmer       01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,W,F                         Staff
  02 9:00 -9:50 am--F                               Bauer       02 8:30 - 9:45 am--T,Th                  King-Grindy
        Must also be enrolled in ENGL 097-04                    03 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                  Sulzberger
  03    11:00 -11:50 am--M,W,F                       Staff      04 10:00 -11:15 am--T,Th                      Becker
  04    11:00 am-12:15 pm--M,W                      Bauer       05 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                 Sulzberger
  05    11:00 am-12:15 pm--T,Th                     Bauer       06 11:30 am-12:45 pm--T,Th               King-Grindy
        Must also be enrolled in ENGL 097-02                    07 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,W                     Gallagher
  06  12:30 - 1:45 pm--M,W                   Bauer                    Honors Section
  07  12:30 - 1:45 pm--T,Th                  Bauer              08 1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,Th                       Becker
  08  4:00 - 5:15 pm--T,Th                    Staff             09 4:00 - 5:15 pm--T,Th                    Tomlinson
  09  5:30 - 6:45 pm--T,Th                    Staff             10 5:30 - 6:45 pm--T,Th                    Tomlinson
  F1  2:00 - 3:00 pm--M,W,F--Fairview Park Plaza                B1 8:40 - 9:30 am--M,W,F--Warrensburg-Latham
                                              Staff                                                         H.S. Staff
                                                                C1 8:15 - 9:05 am--M,W,F-- Clinton Center Staff
ENGL 095--Developmental Writing 1      [3 Credits]
                                                                G1 12:41 - 1:25 pm--M,T,W,Th            Cerro Gorda
 01 9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                    Yaden
                                                                                                            H.S. Staff
 02 11:00 am-12:15 pm--M,W                    Staff
        Must also be enrolled in ENGL 088-01                  	       Dual	Credit-High	School	Students	Only
  03 11:00 am-12:15 pm--T,Th                       Yaden        M1 7:10 - 8:00 am--M,W,F-- Maroa-Forsyth H.S.
  04 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,W,F                       DuBose                                                          Staff
  05 3:00 - 4:15 pm--M,W                         DuBose       	       Dual	Credit-High	School	Students	Only		
  06 5:00 - 6:15 pm--M,W                         DuBose         N1 8:45 - 9:31 am--M,T,W,Th,F--
ENGL 097--Developmental Writing 2             [3 Credits]             Meridian H.S.                            Hager
(prerequisite:”C”	or	better	in	ENGL	095)                      	       begins	01/02/2013	and	ends	05/18/2013	
  01 8:00 - 9:15 am--T,Th                           Yaden     	        Dual	Credit-High	School	Students	Only		
  02 9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                           Bauer         N2   1:47 am-12:33 pm--M,T,W,Th,F-- Meridian H.S.
  03 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                          Staff
                                                                                                              Hager	
  04 11:00 am-11:50--F                              Bauer
                                                                  	    begins	01/02/2013	and	ends	05/18/2013	
        Must also be enrolled in ENGL 090-05
  05     12:30 - 1:45 pm--T,Th                        Staff            Dual	Credit-High	School	Students	Only
  06     2:00 - 3:15 pm--T,Th                       Yaden         R1   11:55 am-12:40 pm--M,T,W,Th,F--
  07     3:30 - 4:45 pm--M,W                          Staff                               Argenta-Oreana H.S. Staff
  08     5:00 - 6:15 pm--M,W                          Staff   	        begins	01/03/2013	and	ends	05/22/2013
  F1     3:00 - 4:00 pm--M,W,F--Fairview Park Plaza                   Dual	Credit-High	School	Students	Only
                                                      Staff       S1      7:45 - 9:00 am--T,Th--       St Teresa High
ENGL 101 (IAI) --Composition 1                 [3 Credits]                                                School Staff
(prerequisite:	one	of	the	following:	1)	“C”	or	better	in	             Dual Credit-High School Students Only
English	090	and/or	097;	2)	score	of	40th	percentile	or	          U1 7:45 - 8:35 am--M,W,F--Mt Zion H.S           Staff
above	on	ACT	(English	and	Reading)	or	SAT	(Verbal);	                  Dual	Credit-High	School	Students	Only
3)	satisfactory	scores	on	Richland’s	Sentence	Skills	           V1                                             Becker
and	Reading	Comprehension	placement	tests;	or	4)	               V2                                          Tomlinson
evidence	of	equivalent	competencies)                            V3                                          Gallagher
                                                                          Honors Section
  01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                            Staff     V4                                        King-Grindy
  02 8:30 - 9:45 am--T,Th                          Becker       Y1 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th,F               Tomlinson
  03 9:00 -11:50 am--F                             Hughes
                                                              	       begins	12/17/2012	and	ends	01/14/2013	
  04 10:00 -11:15 am--T,Th                    King-Grindy
  05 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                           Staff           Winter Interterm In class:12/17 thru 12/28
  06 11:00 am-12:15 pm--T,Th                        Grindy      Online:
  07 11:00 -11:50 am--M,W,F                           Staff     01/02 thru 01/11
  08 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                           Staff
  09 1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,Th                       Gallagher




                                                                                               Spring 2013               27
                                              Spring 2013 Classes
     Y2    5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                  Staff      be	listed	on	the	Illinois	Health	Care	Worker	Registry.)
 	         begins	02/12/2013	and	ends	05/10/2013              01 7:30 am- 3:30 pm--M,F--Off Campus-
 ENGL 110--Communicating in the Workplace                                TBA                                  Miller
                                          [3 Credits]       	        begins	05/10/2013	and	ends	05/13/2013	
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                            (Lab) 9:00 am- 3:00 pm--Th Miller
   01 11:00 am-11:50 am--M,W,F            Sulzberger        	        begins	05/09/2013	and	ends	05/09/2013	
   V1                                      Tomlinson        Required	to	register	in	Health	Professions	Office	S162
         begins	02/11/2013	and	ends	05/10/2013
 ENGL 115 (IAI) --Intro to Literature        [3 Credits]    HLTH 110--Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                             [0.5 Credits] +$5 fee
                                                             01 8:30 am- 5:00 pm--Sa                  Minton
   01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                King-Grindy           begins	02/02/2013	and	ends	02/02/2013
 ENGL 220--Intro to Creative Writing         [3 Credits]            Before	class,	students	are	required	to	
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                           purchase	the	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers	
   Y1 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                      Grindy            Student	Manual	to	read	and	review
 ENGL 222--Advanced Creative Writing [3 Credits]              02    8:30 am- 5:00 pm--Sa                    Reason
 (prerequisite:	ENGL	220	or	equivalent	competencies)                begins	04/06/2013	and	ends	04/06/2013
   Y1 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                      Grindy            Before	class,	students	are	required	to	
 ENGL 241 (IAI) --Film History                [3 Credits]           purchase	the	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers	
 (prerequisite:	ENGL	101,	124,	126,	128,	140,	or	150)               Student	Manual	to	read	and	review.
 01      1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,Th                     Grindy      Y1    4:00 - 6:00 pm--Th                      Minton
 ENGL 253--Introduction to Shakespeare [3 Credits]                  begins	01/31/2013	and	ends	02/21/2013	
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                           Must	complete	online	modules	before	on-	
   01 5:30 - 8:20 pm--W                   Becker/Morrow             campus	practice	and	testing	session.		
 ENGL 261 (IAI) --Fantasy & Mythology         [3 Credits]     Y2    4:00 - 6:00 pm--Th                     Minton
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                           begins	03/28/2013	and	ends	04/25/2013	
   01 2:00 - 3:15 pm--M,W                    Sulzberger             Must	complete	online	modules	before	on-
                                                                    campus	practice	and	testing	session.
 Fire Science                                               HLTH 120--Wellness and Healthful Living [3 Credits]
 FIRE 112--Techniques of Firefighting 2 (Module C)            01 6:30 - 9:20 pm--M                           Frahlman
                                [4 Credits] +$10 fee        HLTH 130--Phlebotomy                  [5 Credits] +$89 fee
   01 8:30 -11:50 am--W                   Wyngaard          (prerequisite:	high	school	diploma	or	GED	certificate,	
 FIRE 113--Techniques of Firefighting 3                     eligibility	for	MATH	091,	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
           (Module C Extension) [3 Credits] +$10 fee          01 (Clinical)5:30 - 7:00 pm--Th--
   01 8:30 -11:50 am--T                     Jackson                   Decatur Memorial Hosp.                  Hoffman
 FIRE 120--Fire Prevention Principles 1                     	 	       begins	03/07/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
                                [3 Credits] +$10 fee        	 	       Additional	clinical	hours	by	arrangement	        	
   01 8:30 -10:50 am--Th                  McAdamis            	       (Lecture)5:30 - 9:10 pm--T              Hoffman
                                                            	 	       begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	
 FIRE 140--Fire Service Instructor-Basic                    	 	       (Lab)	5:30	-	7:00	pm--Th	               Hoffman
                                [3 Credits] +$10 fee        	 	       begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	02/28/2013	
   01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--M                   Wyngaard          	
 FIRE 230--Fire Service Hydraulics                          HLTH 140--Medical Terminology [3 Credits] +$30 fee
                                [4 Credits] +$10 fee          01 9:00 -11:40 am--F                             Justice
   01 8:30 -11:50 am--M                       Jones           02 5:30 - 8:00 pm--Th                            Justice
 FIRE 280--Management 2         [3 Credits] +$10 fee          03 7:00 - 8:15 pm--M                           Acciavatti
   01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--Th                       Pruitt                 7:00 - 8:15 pm--W                      Acciavatti
                                                              This	class	is	web-enhanced.
 German                                                     HLTH 141--Nurse Assistant Training
 Germ 102--Beginning German 2                [3 Credits]                                         [8 Credits] +$119 fee
 (prerequisite:	Germ	101	or	consent	of	instructor)          (prerequisite:	meet	eligibility	requirements	for	
   01 TBA                                          Staff    admission	to	the	College,	be	at	least	16	years	of	age,	
 Germ 201--Intermediate German 1             [3 Credits]    and	successfully	complete	Nurse	Assistant	reading	
 (prerequisite:	Germ	102	or	consent	of	instructor)          pre-test	or	demonstrate	8th	grade	reading	level	by	
                                                            an	approved	exam.	All	students	who	register	for	the	
     01    TBA                                      Staff
                                                            program	must	complete	the	Illinois	Healthcare	Worker	
                                                            Background	Check-Uniform	Conviction	Information	
 Health                                                     Act	(Public	Act#89-197).)
 HLTH 040--Nurse Assistant Competency Skills                  01 (Clinical) 9:00 am- 1:15 pm--Th--Off Campus-
             Assessment         [0.5 Credits] +$20 fee                TBA                                        Miller
 (prerequisite:	Student	must	have	completed	an	ap-          	 	       begins	02/07/2013	and	ends	05/02/2013	
 proved	Basic	Nurse	Assistant	Training	program	and	                   (Lecture) 9:00 -11:00 am--M,T,W          Miller


28        Spring 2013
                                            Spring 2013 Classes
	 	   begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	05/08/2013	               HIT 290--Health Professional Practice Exp
      (Lab) 9:00 am- 1:15 pm--Th Miller                                                           [3 Credits]
	 	   begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	01/31/2013
  02 (Clinical)9:00 am- 1:15 pm--F--TBA       Miller       (prerequisite:	Sophomore	standing	and	a	minimum	
      begins	02/08/2013	and	ends	05/03/2013	               completion	of	45	credit	hours	toward	the	Health	
      (Lecture)12:00 - 2:00 pm--M,T,W         Miller       Information	Technology	degree	or	approval	from	the	
      begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	05/08/2013                Health	Information	Technology	full-time	faculty.)
      (Lab) 9:00 am- 1:15 pm--F               Miller         01                                              Curry
	 	   begins	01/18/2013	and	ends	02/01/2013
  03 (Clinical) 8:00 am-12:30 pm--Sa--TBA Harmon           Heating, Ventilation,
	 	   begins	02/09/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013	
      (Lecture) 9:00 am- 3:00 pm--Su        Harmon         Air Conditioning
	 	   begins	01/20/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013                HVAC 106--Tools & Piping      [3 Credits] +$21 fee
      (Lab)8:00 am-12:30 pm--Sa             Harmon          02 5:30 - 9:00 pm--T,Th                     Staff
	 	   begins	01/19/2013	and	ends	02/02/2013                      begins	02/19/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013
HLTH 197--Special Topics in Healthcare                     HVAC 130--Electricity Fundamentals
                        [1-3 Credits] $10+0-$30 fee                                      [3 Credits] +$21 fee
           CARDIAC RHYTHM INTERPRETATION
                                                            01 5:30 - 9:00 pm--M,W                      Staff
  V1                                            Riedell          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/07/2013
                   END OF LIFE CARE
  Y1     4:00 - 8:00 pm--F                     Clay        HVAC 132--Control Applications [3 Credits] +$21 fee
  Y1     9:00 am- 5:00 pm--Sa                  Clay        (prerequisite:	HVAC	130)
         begins	02/08/2013	and	ends	02/09/2013               01 5:30 - 9:00 pm--M,W                      Staff
          PARTNER /FAM & CHILDREN W/SPECIAL                        begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/13/2013
  Y3     5:00 - 9:00 pm--T                      Clay
         begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	02/05/2013	            HVAC 140--Troubleshooting Air Conditioning
         Must	be	eligible	for	ENGL	101                                 Systems             [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                           (prerequisite:	HVAC	132	or	ENGT	111;	and	HVAC	102	
HLTH 220--Nutrition and Diet Therapy [3 Credits]           or	concurrent	enrollment)
(prerequisite:	completion	of	ENGL	090	with	a	grade	of	       Y1 10:00 am-12:00 pm--F                    Hudson
“C”	or	above,	or	tested	out	of	ENGL	090)
                                                           HVAC 206--Troubleshooting Refrigeration
  01 5:30 - 6:45 pm--M,W                     Acciavatti                Systems             [3 Credits] +$21 fee
HLTH 297--Advanced Topics in Healthcare                    (prerequisite:	HVAC	102	and	HVAC	132)
                            [1-3 Credits] +$10-$30 fee       Y1 5:30 - 7:30 pm--F                         Staff
(prerequisite:	permission	of	the	instructor)
                                                           HVAC 230--Motors and Controls [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                   TR AUMA NURSING
                                                           (prerequisite:	HVAC	132)
  02     4:10 - 5:00 pm--Th                     Justice
       ADVANCED CARDIAC RHYTHM INTERPRETATION                 02 5:30 - 9:00 pm--T,Th                     Staff
  V1                                            Riedell            begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	02/15/2013


Health Information Technology                              Heating, Ventilation, Air
HIT 101--Intro to Hlth Information Technology
                                           [3 Credits]
                                                           Conditioning Fast-Track
                                                           This is the second half of the Fast-Track HVAC&R
  V1                                          Bollinger    program that started during Fall Semester 2012.
HIT 115--Computers in Healthcare           [3 Credits]     In order to receive your certification, you will need to
(prerequisite:	CIS	110	&	HIT	101)                          ensure that you complete your non-HVAC&R degree
  V1                                            Ferriell   requirements by the end of spring semester 2013.
HIT 195--Coding Workplace Simulation [2 Credits]           HVAC 230--Motors and Controls [3 Credits] +$21 fee
(prerequisite:	HIT	101,	OT	143,	OT	243)                    (prerequisite:	HVAC	132)
  V1                                             Curry       01 10:00 am- 2:40 pm--M,T,W,Th            Hudson
HIT 210--Advanced ICD-10 Coding                                    begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	01/31/2013	
                                  [3 Credits] +$21 fee
(prerequisite:	OT	143)                                     HVAC 240--Residential Air Conditioning
                                                                                             [3 Credits] +$21 fee
  01 10:00 -11:50 am--M,W                        Curry     (prerequisite:	HVAC	140	or	concurrent	enrollment)
HIT 240--Quality Improvement in Healthcare                   01 10:00 am- 2:40 pm--M,T,W,Th               Hudson
(prerequisite:	HIT	101)                    [3 Credits]             begins	03/25/2013	and	ends	04/11/2013	
  01 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,W                         Curry
HIT 245--Health Info Law & Ethics                          HVAC 242--Residential Heating Systems
(prerequisite:	HIT	101)                    [3 Credits]                                     [3 Credits] +$21 fee
  01 6:00 - 8:40 pm--T                             Staff   (prerequisite:	HVAC	132	or	ENGT	111)
                                                             01 10:00 am- 2:40 pm--M,T,W,Th             Hudson
                                                                   begins	02/04/2013	and	ends	02/21/2013




                                                                                             Spring 2013              29
                                            Spring 2013 Classes
 HVAC 250--Commercial Air Conditioning                    HIST 270 (IAI) --History of Non-Western
                                 [3 Credits] +$21 fee                 Civilization: China          [4 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	HVAC	132	or	ENGT	111	and	HVAC	140	        (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
 or	concurrent	enrollment)                                  V1                                            Austin
   01 10:00 am- 2:40 pm--M,T,W,Th             Hudson
         begins	04/15/2013	and	ends	05/02/2013
                                                          Horticulture
 HVAC 252--Commercial Heating Systems                     HORT 110--Turf Management [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                 [3 Credits] +$21 fee       01 8:00 - 9:50 am--M,W             McLaughlin
 (prerequisite:	HVAC	242	or	concurrent	enrollment)        HORT 121--Landscape Design Principles
   01 5:30 - 9:00 pm--T,Th                    Hudson                                  [3 Credits] +$21 fee
         begins	02/25/2013	and	ends	03/21/2013            (prerequisite:	HORT	120)
 HVAC 290--Work Experience and Seminar [3 Credits]          01 10:00 -11:50 am--M,W                  McLaughlin
 (prerequisite:	minimum	completion	of	45	credit	hours	    HORT 125--Integrated Pest Management
 toward	the	HVAC	degree)                                                                    [3 Credits] +$31 fee
   01                                           Hudson      01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--T                     McLaughlin
 HVAC 295--Workplace Simulation & Project [3 Credits]     HORT 126--Small Scale Livestock Management
 (prerequisite:	HVAC	140	and	sophomore	standing)                                            [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                            01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--Th                           Staff
   01                                           Hudson
                                                          HORT 146--Contemporary Floral Design
                                                                                            [3 Credits] +$21 fee
 History                                                    01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--M                            Boyd
 HIST 101 (IAI) --United States to 1877 [4 Credits]       HORT 200--Perennial Plant Material
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                                                   [3 Credits] +$21 fee
   01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,Th,F                 Kocher       01 1:00 - 2:50 pm--M,W                       Koenigs
         This class is web-enhanced.                      HORT 211--Horticulture Mechanics
   V1                                           Austin                                      [3 Credits] +$21 fee
 HIST 102 (IAI) --United States since 1877 [4 Credits]    (prerequisite:	HORT	110	or	previous	turf	experience)
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                   01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--M                           Black
   01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,T,Th,F                 Austin    HORT 231--Bedding and Plant Production
         This class is web-enhanced.                                                        [3 Credits] +$21 fee
   02 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,T,Th,F                Kocher     (prerequisite:	HORT	230)
         This class is web-enhanced                         01 9:00 -10:50 am--T,Th                  McLaughlin
   03 4:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                      Austin    HORT 235--Small Farm Business Management
         This class is web-enhanced                                                         [3 Credits] +$21 fee
   04 7:30 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                       Staff      01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--Th                    McLaughlin
   V1                                           Austin
                                                          HORT 246--Wedding Flowers                   [3 Credits]
 	       begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	
                                                          (prerequisite:	HORT	145)
 HIST 112 (IAI) --European Civ: The Modern Era              01 5:30 - 8:50 pm--M                            Boyd
                                          [4 Credits]
                                                          HORT 290--Work Experience Practicum
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
                                                                      & Seminar                       [3 Credits]
   01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,T,Th,F                Kocher      (prerequisite:	minimum	completion	of	30	credit	hours	
         This class is web-enhanced.                      toward	a	Horticulture	degree	or	approval	from	Horti-
   02 11:00 -11:50 am--M,T,Th,F               Kocher      culture	faculty)
         This class is web-enhanced.                        01                                       McLaughlin
   D1 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                      Staff     HORT 295--Workplace Simulation & Project
   D8 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th--Clinton Center.     Staff                                                 [3 Credits]
   V1                                         Kocher      (prerequisite:	minimum	completion	of	30	credit	hours	
   V2                                         Kocher      toward	a	Horticulture	degree	or	approval	from	the	
         begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013            Horticulture	faculty)
 HIST 202 (IAI) --Modern East Asia                          01                                       McLaughlin
                                            [4 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
   01         1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,Th,F    Austin
              This class is web-enhanced         Austin



Remember that you must apply for financial aid every year. The FAFSA for the 2013-
     2014 academic year is available at www.fafsa.gov beginning January 1, 2013.


30     Spring 2013
                                             Spring 2013 Classes
                                                            IT 116--Windows Client Operating Systems
Hospitality Management                                                                        [3 Credits] +$21 fee
BUS 101--Intro to Hospitality Industry [3 Credits]            01 9:00 -10:50 am--M,W                           Staffl
  (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
                                                            IT 120--Spreadsheet Applications [3 Credits] +$21 fee
  01 10:00 am-12:20 pm--T,Th                       Ashby
                                                            (prerequisite:	CIS	110	or	OT	116	or	consent	of	full-time	
          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013	
                                                            Information	Technology	instructor)
BUS 121--Purchasing & Product Identificatio
                                                              Y1 10:00 -11:50 am--W                          Beube
                                              [3 Credits]
  (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
  01 2:00 - 3:15 pm--M,W                           Ashby    IT 130--Word Processor Applications
	 V1	 	 	                                          Ashby                                         [3 Credits] +$21 fee
BUS 261--Bar & Beverage Management [3 Credits]              (prerequisite:	CIS	110	or	OT	114	or	consent	of	full-time	
  (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                  Information	Technology	instructor)
  01 9:00 -11:50 am--M,W                           Ashby      Y1 1:00 - 2:50 pm--W                              Beube
          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013	            IT 131--Programming Logic          [3 Credits] +$21 fee
BUS 262--Dining Room Management [3 Credits]                 (Visual	Logic	and	Visio	2007)
  (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                    01 1:00 - 2:50 pm--M,W                          Brenner
  01 9:00 -11:50 am--M,W                           Ashby      V1                                              Brenner
          begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
                                                            IT 141--Networking Fundamentals [4 Credits] +$48 fee
BUS 263--Catering & Banquet Management                        01 3:00 - 5:50 pm--W                               Kirby
                                              [3 Credits]     Y1 6:00 - 8:50 pm--T                               Kirby
  01 2:00 - 3:15 pm--T,Th                          Ashby
                                                            IT 153--Web Development                        [3 Credits]
  V1                                               Ashby
                                                            (prerequisite:	student	must	possess	fundamental	
HOSP 110--Food Service Sanitation             [1 Credits]   computer	skills	in	a	Windows	environment	or	approval	
  01 8:00 am- 5:00 pm--Sa                          Ashby    of	full-time	Information	Technology	instructor)
          begins	02/02/2013	and	ends	02/09/2013	
                                                              V1                                              Brenner
  Textbook is required and must be purchased before           Y1 9:00 -10:50 am--T                            Brenner
  first class. Read chapters 1-7 before first class.        IT 173--A+ Computer Technologies [4 Credits] +$48 fee
  V1                                               Ashby      01 9:00 -11:50 am--T,Th                            Kirby
	 	       begins	02/02/2013	and	ends	02/09/2013	
  Textbook is required and must be purchased before         IT 220--Data Management Applications
  first class. Read chapters 1-7 before class begins.                                             [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                            	 (prerequisite:	CIS	110	or	consent	of	full-time	
                                                              Information	Technology	instructor)
Humanities                                                     01 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                           Staff
HUMAN100 (IAI) --Intro to the Arts       [3 Credits]        IT 230--Project Management            [3 Credits] +$21 fee
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                    	 (prerequisite:	CIS	110	or	consent	of	full-time	
  01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                     Staff          Information	Technology	instructor)
  02 11:00 -11:50 am--M,W,F                    Staff           Y1 6:00 - 7:50 pm--Th                             Staff
  03 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,W,F                     Staff        IT 241--Network Routing Technologies
  V1                                      Tomlinson                                            [4 Credits] +$48 fee
  V2                                           Staff        (prerequisite:	IT	141	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better)
HUMAN106 (IAI) --Cultures of the Islamic                      01 12:00 - 2:50 pm--M,W                            Kirby
            Middle East                  [3 Credits]        IT 245--Network Security           [3 Credits] +$36 fee
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                    (prerequisite:	IT	141	or	consent	of	full-time	Information	
  V1                                           Staff        Technology	instructor)
HUMAN107 (IAI)--People and Cultures                           01 1:00 - 2:50 pm--T,Th                           Kirby
            of Sub Saharan Africa        [3 Credits]
                                                            IT 246--Voice Over IP Fundamentals
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                                                       [3 Credits] +$36 fee
  01         TBA                               Staff        (prerequisite:	IT	141	or	consent	of	full-time	Information	
                                                            Technology	instructor)
Information Technology                                        01 3:00 - 4:50 pm--T,Th                           Kirby
CIS 110 (IAI) --Business Applications for                   IT 271--Windows Server Operating Systems
           Microcomputers       [3 Credits] +$21 fee                                           [3 Credits] +$36 fee
  01 8:00 - 9:50 am--M,W                       Staff        (prerequisite:	IT	116	or	consent	of	full-time	Information	
  02 9:00 -10:50 am--T,Th                      Staff        Technology	instructor)
  03 11:00 am-12:50 pm--M,W                    Staff          01 6:00 - 8:50 pm--W                              Clark
  04 1:00 - 2:50 pm--T,Th                      Staff
  05 2:00 - 3:50 pm--M,W                       Staff        IT 280--Advanced Systems Development
  Y1 6:00 - 7:50 pm--T                         Staff                                            [4 Credits] +$28 fee
  Y2 6:00 - 7:50 pm--Th                        Staff        (prerequisite:	CS	161	and	CS	230)
                                                              V1                                              Brenner
                                                              Y1 12:00 - 1:50 pm--Th                          Brenner




                                                                                              Spring 2013            31
                                               Spring 2013 Classes
 IT 282--Dynamic Web Development
                                     [3 Credits] +$21 fee
 (prerequisite:	student	must	possess	fundamental	
 computer	skills	in	a	Windows	environment	or	approval	
 of	full-time	Information	Technology	instructor)
   V1                                              Brenner
   Y1 9:00 -10:50 am--Th                           Brenner
 IT 284--Web Programming             [3 Credits] +$21 fee
 (prerequisite:	IT	282	or	consent	of	full-time	Information	
 Technology	instructor)
   V1                                              Brenner
   Y1 9:00 -10:50 am--Th                           Brenner
 IT 285--Systems Analysis and Design
                                     [4 Credits] +$28 fee
 (prerequisite:	sophomore	standing	and	a	minimum	
 completion	of	45	credits	hours	toward	an	IT	degree,	
 or	approval	from	the	full-time	Information	Technology	
 faculty)                                                       Have you applied for
   Y1 6:00 - 8:50 pm--Th                            Hanes
 IT 295--Workplace Simulation & Projects [3 Credits]
                                                               Financial Aid? Be sure
 (prerequisite:	sophomore	standing	and	a	minimum	
 completion	of	45	credit	hours	toward	an	IT	degree	or	
                                                                you have completed
 approval	from	the	full-time	Information	Technology	           the 2012-2013 FAFSA
 faculty)
            A AS DESKTOP SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
                                                                  at www.fafsa.gov
     01
                A AS NETWORK TECHNOLOGY
                                                     Staff       for the Spring 2013
     02
                 A AS PROGR AMER /ANALYST
                                                     Kirby      semester. Once your
     03                                           Brenner          FAFSA has been
 Journalism                                                      processed, you will
 JOURN101--News Writing                        [3 Credits]      receive a letter from
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	and	typing	
 ability)                                                     the Financial Aid Office
   01         TBA                                    Staff       outlining your next
 JOURN110 (IAI) --Intro to Mass Media [3 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                               steps.
   01         TBA                                    Staff
 JOURN220--Intro to Television Production
                                               [3 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                     Section Numbering System
   01         TBA                                    Staff        01, 02, etc. Main Campus Courses
 JOURN222--Radio/TV Broadcasting               [3 Credits]        Y#           Hybrid Courses
 (prerequisite:	completion	of	COMM	101	with	a	“C”		               V#           Online Courses
                                                                  D#           Distance Class
 or	better)                                                   Off-campus locations
   01         TBA                                    Staff        A#           Decatur Area Technical Academy
                                                                  B#           Warrensburg-Latham High School
                                                                  C#           Clinton Center
 Leadership Development                                           E#           Eisenhower High School
 LDEV110--Leadership Development              [3 Credits]         F#           Fairview Park Plaza Center
                                                                  G#           Cerro Gordo High School
  50   8:00 am- 3:00 pm--W--TBA                   DeVore          J#           Decatur Christian High School
 LDEV111--Community Leadership                [3 Credits]         K#           MacArthur High School
                                                                  L#           Lutheran School Association
     01    9:30 - 10:45 am--T,Th             Kind-Keppel          M#           Maroa-Forsyth High School
                                                                  N#           Meridian High School
                                                                  P#           Sangamon Valley High School
                                                                  Q#           Central A & M High School
                                                                  R#           Argenta-Oreana High School
                                                                  S#           St. Teresa High School
                                                                  U#           Mt. Zion High School




32        Spring 2013
                                              Spring 2013 Classes
                                                             (is	designed	for	students	who	have	placed	into	a	
Mathematics                                                  developmental	mathematics	sequence,	except	MATH	
All mathematics courses which are prerequisites              095.	This	course	is	repeatable	up	to	three	times.
for other mathematics courses must be completed
with a ‘C’ or better if they are to be to be used as            01                                            Hynds
prerequisites.                                               Flex Schedule (Prefer Morning). Attend class in the
                                                             Mathematics Enrichment Center minimum of 4 hrs/
MATH 087--General Mathematics Skills [4 Credits]             week. This class is web-enhanced.
  01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,T,W,Th,F                     Roth        02                                            Hynds
  02 5:15 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                          Haws      Flex Schedule (Prefer Afternoon) Attend class in the
MATH 090--Pre Algebra                        [4 Credits]     Mathematics Enrichment Center minimum of 4 hrs/
(prerequisite:	both	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	087	          week. This class is web-enhanced.
with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	        03                                             Staff
mathematics	placement	exam,	and	(2)	eligibility	for	         Flex Schedule (Prefer Evening) Attend class in the
ENGL	101	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	ENGL	090)               Mathematics Enrichment Center minimum of 4 hrs/
  01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,Th,F                       Roth     week. This class is web-enhanced.
  02 5:30 - 7:20 pm--M,W                         O’Brien        04 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,T,W,Th,F                  Staff
  03 10:00 -10:50 am--M,T,W,Th                     Wells     Special	Accommodations-Must	see	ASC	Director.
Special	Accommodations                                          F1 --Fairview Park Plaza                       Staff
MATH 091--Basic Algebra                      [4 Credits]     Flex Schedule. Attend class in the Mathematics
(prerequisite:	both	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	090	          Enrichment Center minimum of 4 hrs/week. This class
                                                             is web-enhanced.
with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	
mathematics	placement	exam,	and	(2)	eligibility	for	         MATH 098--Intermediate Algebra                [4 Credits]
ENGL	101	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	ENGL	090	and	           (prerequisite:	all	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	091	with	a	
ENGL	097)                                                    “C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	math-
  01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,T,Th,F                      Ferrill   ematics	placement	exam,	(2)	MATH	095	with	a	“C”	or	
        This class is web-enhanced.                          better	grade	or	one	year	of	high	school	geometry,	and	
  02 11:00 -11:50 am--M,T,Th,F                    Phillips   (3)	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	
        This class is web-enhanced.                          ENGL	090	and	ENGL	097)
  03 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,T,Th,F                Traughber        01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,Th,F                     Phillips
        This class is web-enhanced.	                                   This class is web-enhanced..
  04 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,Th,F                 Traughber        02 11:00 -11:50 am--M,T,Th,F                      Odell
        This class is web-enhanced.	                                   This class is web-enhanced..
   05 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                         Ferrill     03 2:00 - 2:50 pm--M,T,Th,                        Odell
        This class is web-enhanced.	                                   This class is web-enhanced..
  06 7:30 - 9:20 pm--M,W                            Staff      04 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                          Vinton
        This class is web-enhanced.	                                   This class is web-enhanced.
MATH 095--Basic Geometry                     [4 Credits]     MATH 104--Technical Mathematics               [4 Credits]
(prerequisite:	both	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	091	          (prerequisite:	both	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	091	
with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	     with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	
mathematics	placement	exam,	and	(2)	eligibility	for	         mathematics	placement	exam	and	(2)	eligibility	for	
ENGL	101	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	ENGL	090	and	           ENGL	101	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	ENGL	090	and	
ENGL	097)                                                    ENGL	097)
  01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,T,Th,F                     Hynds       01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                      Daum
  Y1 7:30 - 9:00 pm--T                           Cremer        02 5:30 - 7:20 pm--M,W                            Staff
                                                             MATH 106--Mathematics for Health Careers
Mathematics Enrichment Center                                                                              [2 Credits]
          SPRING AND FALL SEMESTER HOURS                     (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	MATH	091)
Richland Main Campus                                           01 11:00 am-12:50 pm--M                           Staff
Mondays and Thursdays                9:00 am - 7:00 pm         02 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T                              Staff
Fridays                              9:00 am - 3:00 pm
                                                             MATH 110 (IAI) --Concepts of Mathematics
Fairview Plaza                                                                                             [4 Credits]
Tuesdays and Thursdays            10:00 am - 7:00 pm         (prerequisite:	all	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	098	with	a	
Summer	hours	vary;	please	call	to	confirm.	Closed	           “C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	math-
during	holiday	breaks	according	to	the	College	              ematics	placement	exam,	(2)	MATH	095	with	a	“C”	or	
calendar.                                                    better	grade	or	one	year	of	high	school	geometry,	and	
MATH 096--Developmental Mathematics              [4          (3)	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
Credits]




                                                                                                Spring 2013               33
                                               Spring 2013 Classes
     01    9:00 - 9:50 am--M,T,Th,F                 Odell    MATH 121 (IAI) --Calculus & Analytic
           This class is web-enhanced.		                                 Geometry 1                      [5 Credits]
   02      5:30 - 7:20 pm--M,W                     Cremer    (prerequisite:	successful	completion	of	both	MATH	116	
   V1                                              Cremer    with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	and	MATH	117	with	a	“C”	or	
 MATH 112 (IAI) --Math for Elem Sch Teaching 2               better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	mathematics	
                                               [4 Credits]   placement	exam)
 (prerequisite:	MATH	111	with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	        01 7:45 - 8:50 am--M,T,Th,F                    Ferrill
 equivalent	competencies	and	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)       MATH 122 (IAI) --Calculus & Analytic
   01 2:30 - 4:20 pm--M,W                          Cremer                Geometry 2                      [4 Credits]
 MATH 113 (IAI) --Intro to Applied Statistics                (prerequisite:	MATH	121	with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	
                                               [4 Credits]   equivalent	competencies)
 (prerequisite:	all	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	098	with	       01 2:30 - 3:40 pm--M,W,F                       Jones
 a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	                 This class is web-enhanced.
 mathematics	placement	exam,	and	(2)	MATH	095	               MATH 160 (IAI) --Finite Mathematics for
 with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	one	year	of	high	school	      Businessand Social Sciences[4 Credits]
 geometry,	and	(3)	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                 (prerequisite:	MATH	116	with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	
   01 9:30 -10:40 am--M,W,F                         Jones    equivalent	competencies)
           This class is web-enhanced..                        01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,T,Th,F                     Ferrill
   02 1:00 - 2:10 pm--M,W,F                         Jones
                                                             MATH 170 (IAI) --Intro to Statistics [4 Credits]
           This class is web-enhanced.
   03 7:30 - 9:35 pm--T,Th                           Staff   (prerequisite:	MATH	160	with	a	“C”	or	better	grade)
           begins	02/11/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013               01 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,T,Th,F                    Hynds
           This class is web-enhanced.                               This class is web-enhanced.
 MATH 116--College Algebra                     [4 Credits]   MATH 171 (IAI) --Concepts of Statistics [4 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	all	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	098	with	a	   (prerequisite:	MATH	116	with	a	“C”	or	better	grade)
 “C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	math-        01 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,T,Th,F                    Hynds
 ematics	placement	exam,	(2)	MATH	095	with	a	“C”	or	                 This class is web-enhanced.
 better	grade	or	one	year	of	high	school	geometry,	and	      MATH 190 (IAI) --Calculus for Business
 (3)	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                                           & Social Science                 [4 Credits]
   01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,T,Th,F                      Odell   (prerequisite:	successful	completion	of	MATH	116	
           This class is web-enhanced.                       with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	
   02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,Th,F                       Odell   mathematics	placement	exam)
           This class is web-enhanced.                         01 11:00 -11:50 am--M,T,Th,F                     Ferrill
   03 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                           Staff
                                                             MATH 230 (IAI) --Differential Equations [4 Credits]
 MATH 117--Trigonometry                        [3 Credits]   (prerequisite:	MATH	122	with	a	“C”	or	better	grade	or	
 (prerequisite:	all	of	the	following:	(1)	MATH	098	with	a	   equivalent	competencies)
 “C”	or	better	grade	or	satisfactory	score	on	the	math-
                                                               01 11:00 am-12:10 pm--M,W,F                     Jones
 ematics	placement	exam,	(2)	MATH	095	with	a	“C”	or	
                                                                     This class is web-enhanced.
 better	grade	or	one	year	of	high	school	geometry,	and	
 (3)	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
   01 1:00 -1:50 pm--M,T,Th                         Vinton




          Students enrolled in online or
          hybrid courses for the FIRST
          time at Richland must complete
                                                                    Instructors are using technology in many courses
          the Angel online orientation                              in addition to those designated as online and hybrid
                                                                    courses. Students may need access to a computer
          and will not be able to access                            to submit assignments, take quizzes and tests,
                                                                    and communicate with other students. Technology
          their courses until the first day                         workshops and computer courses are offered
          of class.                                                 regularly for students to improve their skills. Open
                                                                    computer labs are also available for student use.




34        Spring 2013
                                              Spring 2013 Classes
                                                               Y4   (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--F--
Music                                                               Decatur Memorial Hosp.             Litchfield
MUSIC100 (IAI) --Music Appreciation [3 Credits]                     begins	01/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
  01 8:30 - 9:45 am--T,Th                      Staff         9:00 am-12:00 pm--T,Th                  Ostermeier
  02 10:00 -11:15 am--T,Th                     Staff                begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013
  03 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                    Staff
  04 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                    Staff         Web-enhanced	class.	Lab	skill	completion	pending	
  V1                                           Staff         coordination	with	lab	faculty.	Students	are	required	to	
  V2                                           Staff         prepare	for	clinical	in	the	hospital	setting	the	evening	
	 	   begins	02/11/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	                 prior	to	clinical.
MUSIC150--Class Guitar                   [2 Credits]
                                                             NURS 152--Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing
  01      5:00 - 6:50 p--T                     Staff
                                                                                               [4 Credits] +$65 fee
MUSIC190 (IAI) --Intro to American Music [3 Credits]         (prerequisite:	completion	of	NURS	112	and	completion	
  01      12:00 - 12:5o pm--M,W,F              Staff         of	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	NURS	154,	NURS	155,	
                                                             PSYCH	145,	BIOL	202)
Nursing                                                        Y1 (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--W--St. Mary’s
NURS 111--Intro to Nursing        [1 Credits] +$10 fee                                                 Hosp Crisler
(prerequisite:	admission	to	Associate	Degree	Nursing	                begins	01/23/2013	and	ends	03/20/2013	
Program)                                                             (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--W--Heritage Beh
  Y1 8:00 am- 3:00 pm--M,T                     Baldwin               Health Cntr                             Crisler
        begins	01/07/2013	and	ends	01/08/2013                        begins	03/27/2013	and	ends	04/17/2013	
  Y2 8:00 am- 3:00 pm--Th,F                    Baldwin               9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                     Crisler
        begins	01/10/2013	and	ends	01/11/2013                  Y2 (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--F--St. Mary’s
                                                                     Hosp                                    Crisler
NURS 112--Medical-Surgical Nursing I Concepts                        begins	01/25/2013	and	ends	03/22/2013	
Basic to Nursing Practice          [9 Credits] +$115 fee
                                                                     (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--F--Heritage Beh
(prerequisite:	completion	of	NURS	111	and	completion	                Health Cntr                             Crisler
of	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	BIOL	201,	PSYCH	110,	                 begins	04/05/2013	and	ends	04/26/2013	
and	ENGL	101)
                                                                     9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                     Crisler
  Y1         (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--W--St.Mary’s         Y3 (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--M--St. Mary’s
  Hosp                                       Ostermeier              Hosp                                    Crisler
        begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013	                       begins	01/28/2013	and	ends	04/01/2013	
  9:00 am-12:00 pm--T,Th                     Ostermeier              (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--M--Heritage Beh
        begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013                        Health Cntr                             Crisler
Web-enhanced	class.	Lab	skill	completion	pending	                    begins	04/08/2013	and	ends	04/29/2013	
coordination	with	lab	faculty.	Students	are	required	to	             9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                        Crisler
prepare	for	clinical	in	the	hospital	setting	the	evening	
                                                             NURS 154--Pharmacological Principles for
prior	to	clinical.
                                                                         Nursing Practice       [3 Credits] +$30 fee
  Y2 (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--F--                        (prerequisite:	must	be	accepted	into	the	ADN	or	LPN	
         St. Mary’s Hosp                       Ostermeier    nursing	program,	or	have	current	PN	licensure,	or	
         begins	01/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013               approval	of	the	Nursing	Program	Director.)
	 	      9:00 am-12:00 pm--T,Th                Ostermeier      Y1 1:00 - 3:00 pm--Th                         Vercellino
         begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013                 V1                                          Ostermeier
Web-enhanced	class.	Lab	skill	completion	pending	            NURS 155--Medical-Surgical Nursing II Care of the
coordination	with	lab	faculty.	Students	are	required	to	                 Chronically Ill Client [5 Credits] +$50 fee
prepare	for	clinical	in	the	hospital	setting	the	evening	    (prerequisite:	completion	of	NURS	112	and	completion	
prior	to	clinical.                                           of	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	NURS	152,	NURS	154,	
  Y3 (Clinical) 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--W--                        PSYCH	145,	BIOL	202).
         Decatur Memorial Hosp.                      Staff     Y     (Clinical) 6:00 am-12:00 pm--M--St. Mary’s
         begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013                       Hosp                                    Vercellino
  9:00 am-12:00 pm--T,Th                       Ostermeier            begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	05/13/2013	
         begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	                 9:00 am-12:00 pm--Th                         Vercellino
Web-enhanced	class.	Lab	skill	completion	pending	                    	begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013	
coordination	with	lab	faculty.	Students	are	required	to	     Students are required to prepare for clinical in the
prepare	for	clinical	in	the	hospital	setting	the	evening	      hospital setting the evening prior to clinical. This
prior	to	clinical.                                             class also meets Wednesday, January 16, 2013, for




                                                                                               Spring 2013                35
                                                  Spring 2013 Classes
   Poster/Skills day from 8:00 am- 2:00 pm.                             begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013
   Y2 (Clinical) 6:00 am-12:00 pm--W--St. Mary’s                Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	faculty/agencies	
          Hosp                                   Vercellino
                                                                as	needed.	This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	
          begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013	
                                                                16,	2013,	for	Poster/Skills	Day	8:00	a.m.	-	2:00	p.m.	
   9:00 am-12:00 pm--Th          Vercellino                     First	day	of	class	January	17,	2012,	MCHD	8:00	a.m.	-	
          	begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013	               12:00	p.m.	Hospital	Orientation	2:00	p.m.-5:00	p.m.
 Students are required to prepare for clinical in the
                                                                NURS 250--Medical-Surgical III Care of the
   hospital setting the evening prior to clinical. This
                                                                            Surgical Client[      5 Credits] +$76 fee
   class also meets Wednesday, January 16, 2013, for
   Poster/Skills day from 8:00 am- 2:00 pm.                     (prerequisite:	completion	of	NURS	152,	NURS	154,	
   Y3 (Clinical) 6:00 am- 1:20 pm--F--St. Mary’s                NURS	155,	and	completion	of	or	concurrent	enrollment	
   Hosp                                          Vercellino     in	NURS	206,	BIOL	220,	SOCIO	110,	or	admission	to	
          	begins	01/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	               the	LPN	Bridge	Program)
    9:00 am-12:00 pm--Th                         Vercellino       Y1 (Clinical) 6:00 am-12:00 pm--F--
          begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013	                        Decatur Memorial Hosp.               Hartman
                                                                        begins	01/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
 Students are required to prepare for clinical in the
   hospital setting the evening prior to clinical. This                 9:00 am-12:00 pm--Th                  Baldwin
   class also meets Wednesday, January 16, 2013, for                    begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013
   Poster/Skills day from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm. NURS               Students	are	required	to	prepare	for	clinical	in	the	
 NURS 203--LPN Bridge Course [6 Credits] +$78 fee               hospital	setting	the	evening	prior	to	clinical.	This	class	
 (prerequisite:	Admission	to	LPN-Bridge	Program)                also	meets	Wednesday,	January	16,	2013,	for	Poster/
   Y1 8:00 am-12:00 pm--T                          Litchfield   Skills	Day	from	8:00	a.m.	-	2:00	p.m.
          begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013	                  Y2 (Clinical) 6:00 am-12:00 pm--M--
          This class is web-enhanced.                                   Decatur Memorial Hosp.                    Hartman
          Scheduled clinical by arrangement with                        begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	05/13/2013
          faculty/agencies as needed.                                   9:00 am-12:00 pm--Th                      Baldwin
 NURS 206--Family Health Nursing               [6 Credits]              begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013
 +$160 fee                                                      Students	are	required	to	prepare	for	clinical	in	the	
 (prerequisite:	completion	of	NURS	152,	NURS	154,	              hospital	setting	the	evening	prior	to	clinical.	This	class	
 NURS	155,	and	completion	of,	or	concurrent	enroll-             also	meets	Wednesday,	January	16,	2013,	for	Poster/
 ment	in	NURS	250,	BIOL	220,	SOCIO	110,	or	admis-               Skills	Day	from	8:00	a.m.	-	2:00	p.m.
 sion	to	the	LPN	Bridge	Program).                                 Y3 (Clinical) 6:00 am-12:00 pm--W--
   Y1 Clinical) 2:00 - 8:00 pm--M--Decatur Memorial                     Decatur Memorial Hosp.                    Hartman
          Hosp.                                         Clay            begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013
          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	05/13/2013                         9:00 am-12:00 pm--Th                      Baldwin
          9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                         Clay              begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013
          begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013                 Students	are	required	to	prepare	for	clinical	in	the	
 Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	faculty/agencies	       hospital	setting	the	evening	prior	to	clinical.	This	class	
 as	needed.	This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	           also	meets	Wednesday,	January	16,	2013,	for	Poster/
 16,	2013,	for	Poster/Skills	Day	8:00	a.m.	-	2:00	p.m.	         Skills	Day	from	8:00	a.m.	-	2:00	p.m.
 First	day	of	class	January	14,	2013,	MCHD	8:00	a.m.	-	
 12:00	p.m.	Hospital	Orientation	2:00	p.m.-5:00	p.m.
   Y2 (Clinical) 5:45 -11:45 am--W--St. Mary’s Hosp
   Litchfield
          begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013	
 	 	      9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                        Clay
          begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013
 Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	faculty/agencies	
 as	needed.	This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	
 16,	2013,	for	Poster/Skills	Day	8:00	a.m.	-	2:00	p.m.	
                                                                          Registration Dates
 First	day	of	class	January	14,	2013,	MCHD	8:00	a.m.	-	                   Currently Enrolled Students
 12:00	p.m.	Hospital	Orientation	2:00	p.m.-5:00	p.m.
   Y3 (Clinical) 8:00 am- 2:00 pm--M--Decatur
                                                                          Begins November 5, 2012
          Memorial Hosp.                             Clay
          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	05/13/2013	                          All Students
                                                                          Begins November 13, 2012
     9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                                Clay




36       Spring 2013
                                                 Spring 2013 Classes
NURS 252--Medical-Surgical IV Care of the                        This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	16,	2013,	
            Acutely Ill Client   [5 Credits] +$75 fee            for	Poster/Skills	day	from	8:00am-2:00pm
(prerequisite:	completion	of	NURS	206,	NURS	250,	                  Y3 (Clinical) 2:00 - 7:30 pm--W--
BIOL	220,	SOCIO	110,	and	completion	of	or	concur-                        Decatur Memorial Hosp.         Staff/Maloney
rent	enrollment	in	NURS	254,	Fine	Arts	elective,	and	                    begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013
HLTH	197/297)
                                                                         9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                  Maloney
  Y1 (Clinical) 6:00 am-12:00 pm--M--                                    begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013
        Decatur Memorial Hosp.                 Riedell
        begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	05/13/2013                    This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	16,	2013,	
                                                                 for	Poster/Skills	day	from	8:00am-2:00pm
        1:00 - 3:00 pm--Th                     Riedell
        begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013                      Y4 (Clinical)1:30 - 9:30 pm--W--Decatur Memorial
                                                                         Hosp                                   Staff
Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	faculty/agencies	as	              begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013
needed.	This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	
                                                                         9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                Maloney
16,	2013,	for	Poster/Skills	day	from	8:00am-2:00pm
                                                                         begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013
  Y2 (Clinical) 6:00 am-12:00 pm--W--
        Decatur Memorial Hosp.                     Riedell       This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	16,	2013,	
        begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013                    for	Poster/Skills	day	from	8:00am-2:00pm
        1:00 - 3:00 pm--Th                         Riedell
        begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013                    Office Technology
Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	faculty/agencies	as	      OT 113--Editing and Proofreading
needed.	This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	                                                    [3 Credits] +$21 fee
16,	2013,	for	Poster/Skills	day	from	8:00am-2:00pm               (prerequisite:	OT	114	and	OT	119)
  Y3 (Clinical) 6:00 am-12:00 pm--F--                              Y1 10:00 -11:15 am--M                       Richardson
        Decatur Memorial Hosp.                     Riedell       OT 114--Word Processing & Presentation
        begins	01/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	                                                       [3 Credits] +$21 fee
        1:00 - 3:00 pm--Th                         Riedell       (prerequisite:	touch-key	minimum	skills	of	25	NWAM	
        begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013                    for	five	minutes	with	five	or	fewer	errors.)
Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	faculty/agencies	as	        Y1 10:00 -11:50 am--M                            Beube
needed.	This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	                OT 116--Database Applications
16,	2013,	for	Poster/Skills	day	from	8:00am-2:00pm                                                   [3 Credits] +$21 fee
  Y4 (Clinical) 11:00 am- 5:00 pm--W--                           (Access	and	Excel	2007)
        Decatur Memorial Hosp                        Staff         01 8:00 - 9:50 am--M,W                           Beube
        begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013                    OT 118--Introduction to Medical Transcription
        1:00 - 3:00 pm--Th                         Riedell                                           [3 Credits] +$21 fee
        begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013                    	 V1                                          Richardson
Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	faculty/agencies	as	      OT 119--Business English                      [3 Credits]
needed.	This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	                (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	090	and	ENGL	097)
16,	2013,	for	Poster/Skills	day	from	8:00am-2:00pm                 Y1 10:00 -11:15 am--W                       Richardson
NURS 254--Transition from Education                              OT 120--Business Communications
              to Practice            [6 Credits] +$313 fee                                           [3 Credits] +$21 fee
(prerequisite:	completion	of	NURS	206,	NURS	250,		               (prerequisite:	OT	114	(or	concurrent	enrollment)	and	
BIOL	220,	and	SOCIO	110	and	completion	of	or	concurrent	     	   OT	119)
enrollment	in	NURS	252,	Fine	Arts	elective,and	HLTH	197/297)       V1                                               Beube
  Y1 (Clinical) 6:00 am- 12:00 pm--W--                           OT 140--Medical Terminology                   [3 Credits]
         Decatur Memorial Hosp.                     Maloney        01 9:00 -10:15 am--T,Th                        Kitchens
         begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013                     V1                                             Kitchens
                                                                   V2                                             Kitchens
         9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                        Maloney
         begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013                   OT 141--Anatomy and Physiology Fundamentals
                                                                                                               [3 Credits]
This	class	also	meets	Wednesday,	January	16,	2013,	              (prerequisite:	OT	140	or	HLTH	140	)
for	Poster/Skills	day	from	8:00am-2:00pm
                                                                   V1                                              Perkins
  Y2 (Clinical) 6:00 am- 12:00 pm--M--                             V2                                              Perkins
        Decatur Memorial Hosp.             Maloney
        begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	05/13/2013                    OT 142--Medical Transcription 1 [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                                 (prerequisite:	OT	118,	OT	141	(or	concurrent	enrollment))
        9:00 am-12:00 pm--T                Maloney
        begins	01/15/2013	and	ends	05/14/2013                      V1                                             Kitchens




                                                                                                   Spring 2013               37
                                              Spring 2013 Classes
 OT 143--Basic ICD-9 Coding                  [3 Credits]     to	taking	this	course)
 (prerequisite:	OT	141	or	concurrent	enrollment)                               A AS ADMIN/GENER AL
   01 5:30 - 9:20 pm--M                            Staff       01                                             Beube
                                                                             A AS ADMIN/ACCT-LEGAL
 OT 150--Records Management [3 Credits] +$21 fee
                                                               02                                        Richardson
 (prerequisite:	OT	114	(or	concurrent	enrollment)	and	
                                                                        A AS MEDICAL OFFICE SPECIALIST
 OT	116)
                                                               03                                           Kitchens
   V1                                             Beube
                                                             OT 295--Workplace Simulation & Project
 OT 160--Office Accounting         [3 Credits] +$21 fee                                                  [3 Credits]
   01 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M,W                    Richardson      (prerequisite:	sophomore	standing	and	a	minimum	
 OT 170--Professional Office Procedures                      completion	of	45	credit	hours	toward	an	OT	degree,	or	
                                   [3 Credits] +$21 fee      approval	from	the	full-time	Office	Technology	faculty)
 (prerequisite:	OT	114	or	concurrent	enrollment)                               A AS ADMIN/GENER AL
   Y1 1:00 - 2:15 pm--M                           Beube        01                                             Beube
                                                                             A AS ADMIN/ACCT-LEGAL
 OT 210--Statistical Keyboard Entry
                                   [3 Credits] +$21 fee        02                                        Richardson
                                                                        A AS MEDICAL OFFICE SPECIALIST
 (prerequisite:	minimum	touch-typing	speed	of	35	
                                                               03                                          Kitchens
 NWAM	for	five	minutes	with	five	or	fewer	errors)
                                                             OTK 100--Keyboarding               [1 Credits] +$7 fee
   01 5:30 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                         Staff
                                                             (Note:	no	previous	keyboarding	skills	required.	
 OT 230--Legal Terminology and Writing [3 Credits]           Recommended	course	for	Business,	Information	
 (prerequisite:	OT	114	or	concurrent	enrollment)             Technology,	and	Office	Technology	students	and	all	
   01 5:30 - 9:20 pm--W                              Staff   students	needing	keyboard	skills.)
 OT 232--Legal Procedures           [3 Credits] +$21 fee       01 1:00 - 2:50 pm--M,W                          Staff
 (prerequisite:	OT	230	or	equivalent	competencies)                   begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
   V1                                                Staff   OTK 101--Keyboarding Speed and Accuracy
 OT 240--Pharmacology Fundamentals [3 Credits]                                                  [1 Credits] +$7 fee
 (prerequisite:	OT	140	or	HLTH	140	or	equivalent	            (prerequisite:	touch-keyboarding	skills	of	20	net	words	
 competencies)                                               a	minute)
   V1                                            Perkins       Y1 1:00 - 2:50 pm--M,W                           Staff
 OT 242--Medical Transcription 2                                     begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
                                    [3 Credits] +$21 fee
 (prerequisite:	OT	142	with	grade	of	“C”	or	better)
                                                             Personal Development
   V1                                               Camp
                                                             P DEV100--Human Potential Seminar [1 Credits]
 OT 243--Basic CPT Coding                    [3 Credits]       01 3:00 - 4:00 pm--M                       Diggs
 (prerequisite:	OT	141	or	concurrent	enrollment)                   begins	01/21/2013	and	ends	01/21/2013	
   Y1 10:30 am-12:20 pm--T                      Kitchens
                                                             P DEV101--Seminar in College and Life Skills [1 Credits]
 OT 244--Interpreting Healthcare Records                       01 3:00 - 4:00 pm--T                           Diggs
                                             [3 Credits]            begins	03/26/2013	and	ends	03/26/2013	
 (prerequisite:	OT	140	or	HLTH	140	and	OT	141)
   V1                                               Camp     P DEV111--Job Preparation                [1 Credits]
                                                                    Dual	Credit	students	only	
 OT 245--Reimbursement Principles
             in Healthcare                   [3 Credits]       A1 10:20 -11:00 am--M,T,W,Th,F              Rueff
 (prerequisite:	OT	140	or	HLTH	140)                                 begins	01/08/2013	and	ends	05/22/2013	
   V1                                        Richardson        A2 11:50 am-12:30 pm--M,T,W,Th,F          Ferriell
                                                                    begins	01/08/2013	and	ends	05/22/2013	
 OT 248--Pathophysiology            [3 Credits] +$21 fee
 (prerequisite:	OT	141	or	concurrent	enrollment)               A3 8:30 -10:48 am--M,T,W,Th,F                Brue
                                                               A4 12:05 - 2:23 pm--M,T,W,Th,F               Brue
   V1                                           Kitchens            begins	08/18/2012	and	ends	05/22/2013	
   V2                                               Camp
 OT 290--Work Experience Practicum                             A5 8:30 -10:48 am--M,T,W,Th,F           Bowman
         & Seminar                           [3 Credits]            begins	08/16/2012	and	ends	05/22/2013	
 (prerequisite:	sophomore	standing	and	a	minimum	              A6 12:05 - 2:23 pm--M,T,W,Th,F          Bowman
 completion	of	45	credit	hours	toward	an	OT	degree,	or	             begins	08/16/2012	and	ends	05/22/2013	
 approval	from	the	full-time	Office	Technology	faculty.	       A7 11:40 am-12:20 pm--M,T,W,Th,F--Hope
 Students	must	also	pass	the	typing	requirement	of	50	              Academy                                Rueff
 NWAM	for	five	minutes	with	five	or	fewer	errors	prior	             begins	08/16/2012	and	ends	05/22/2013




38     Spring 2013
                                                Spring 2013 Classes
                                                                  02                                            Broyles
Personnel Relations                                             Contact	instructor	at	sbroyles@richland.edu	or	875-
P REL100--Human Relations                   [3 Credits]         7211	ext.	290	prior	to	March	18,	2013,	for	orientation	
(prerequisite:	successful	completion	of	OT	119	or	              dates	and	times
eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                                               begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
  01 11:00 am-12:15 pm--T,Th                     Ruski            03                                            Broyles
  02 6:00 - 8:40 pm--T                           Ruskii         Contact	instructor	at	sbroyles@richland.edu	or	875-
P REL110--Supervision                       [3 Credits]         7211	ext.	290	prior	to	March	18,	2013,	for	orientation	
  01 11:00 am-12:15 pm--M,W                        Staff        dates	and	times
  V1                                             Ruski
                                                                        begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
                                                                  04                                            Broyles
Pharmacy Technology                                             Contact	instructor	at	sbroyles@richland.edu	or	875-
PHRMT155--Pharmacy Technician [6 Credits] +$60 fee              7211	ext.	290	prior	to	March	18,	2013,	for	orientation	
(prerequisite:	completion	of	PHRMT150,	PHRMT	152,	              dates	and	times
and	MATH	106,	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	above)
                                                                        begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013
  01 9:00 am-12:00 pm--M,W                     Hackney
PHRMT156--Pharmacy Technician
            Work Experience                 [2 Credits]         Physics
(prerequisite:	PHRMT	150,	MATH	106	and	PHRMT	                   PHYS 100 (IAI)--Physics of the Modern World
152	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	above;	completion	of	or		                                                          [4 Credits]
co-enrollment	in	PHRMT155	and	PHRMT157)                         (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101	and	successful	
  01 12:40 - 1:30 pm--M                        Hackney          completion	of	MATH	091	[with	a	“C”	or	better	grade]	or	
        Also	requires	38	hours	of	pharmacy	rotations	           equivalent	competencies)
        at	times	&	locations	assigned	by	instructo                01 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,T,Th,F                      Smith
                                                                PHYS 101 (IAI)--Intro to Physics 1
PHRMT157--Pharmacy Technician
                                                                                                     [4 Credits] +$20 fee
            Certification Review                [1 Credits]
                                                                (prerequisite:	successful	completion	of	MATH	098	
(prerequisite:	completion	of	[with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	above]		
                                                                [with	a	“C”	or	better	grade]	or	equivalent	competencies	
or	co-enrollment	in	PHRMT155	and	PHRMT156).
                                                                and	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
  01 12:40 - 1:30 pm--W                            Hackney
                                                                  01 2:00 - 4:20 pm--T,Th                            Staff
                                                                PHYS 102--Intro to Physics 2 [4 Credits] +$20 fee
Philosophy                                                      (prerequisite:	successful	completion	of	PHYS	101	
PHIL 100 (IAI)--Critical Thinking               [3 Credits]     [with	a	“C”	or	better	grade]	or	equivalent	competencies	
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                        and	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
  01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                         Morrow        01 5:00 - 7:20 pm--T,Th                        Staff
PHIL 110 (IAI) --Intro to Philosophy            [3 Credits]     PHYS 151 (IAI)--Mechanics and Wave Motion
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                                                         [4 Credits] +$20 fee
  01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                          Morrow      (prerequisite:	MATH	121	or	equivalent,	MATH	122	or	
  V1                                                Morrow      equivalent	or	concurrent	enrollment,	and	one	year	of	
PHIL 120 (IAI) --Intro to Ethics                [3 Credits]     high	school	physics	or	PHYS	101)
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                          01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                     Smith
  V1                                                Morrow              (Lab) 9:00 -10:50 am--Th                Smith
PHIL 230 (IAI)--Philosophy of Religion          [3 Credits]     PHYS 153--Thermodynamics and Modern
(prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                                    Physics              [4 Credits] +$20 fee
                                                                (prerequisite:	PHYS	152	or	equivalent	competencies	
  01 8:30 - 9:45 am--T,Th                           Morrow      and	MATH	122	or	concurrent	enrollment)
                                                                  01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                      Smith
Physical Education                                                      (Lab) 9:00 - 10:50 pm--T                Smith
P ED 110--Personal Fitness        [1 Credits] +$20 fee
  01                                            Broyles
Contact	instructor	at	sbroyles@richland.edu	or	875-
                                                                Political Science
7211	ext.	290	prior	to	March	18,	2013,	for	orientation	         POL S100 (IAI) --People and Politics     [3 Credits]
                                                                   01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F               Klugman
dates	and	times
                                                                  02 12:30 - 1:45 pm--T,Th                     Staff
        begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/08/2013
                                                                POL S110 (IAI)--American National Government
                                                                                                         [3 Credits]
                                                                (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)




                                                                                                  Spring 2013             39
                                               Spring 2013 Classes
   01 11:00 am-12:15 pm--T,Th               Klugman           Web-enhanced	class.	Students	are	required	to	
   02 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                Klugman           prepare	for	clinical	in	the	hospital	setting	the	evening	
 POL S120 (IAI) --Pol in States and Communities               before	clinical.	Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	
                                          [3 Credits]         faculty/agencies	as	needed.
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                        02 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--T,Th--St. Mary’s Hosp Myers
   V1                                        Lusvardi                   9:00 am-12:00 pm--M,W                  McMahon
                                                                        begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013

 Power Generation                                             Web-enhanced	class.	Students	are	required	to	prepare		
                                                              for	clincal	in	the	hospital	setting	the	evening	before	
 P GEN101--Intro to Power Plant Systems 1                     clinical.	Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	
                                  [4 Credits] +$28 fee        faculty/agencies	as	needed.
 (prerequisite:	PHYS	101	or	equivalent	competencies)
                                                              PN 113--PN Licensure Preparation [1 Credits] +$169 fee
   01    6:00 - 8:30 pm--T                        Staff       (prerequisite:	grade	of	“C”	or	better	in	PN	106,	and	
 P GEN104--Intro to Radiation Protection 1                    completion	of	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	ENGL	101	
                                            [4 Credits]       and	Special	Topics	in	Healthcare	elective)
 (prerequisite:	Math	098	and	completion	or	concurrent	          01 1:15 - 2:15 pm--W                            Myers
 enrollment	in	P	GEN101)                                              begins	01/16/2013	and	ends	03/06/2013
   01 6:00 - 8:30 pm--Th                          Staff               12:15 - 1:15 pm--W                        Myers
                                                                      begins	03/20/2013	and	ends	05/15/2013
 Practical Nursing
 PN 104A--Transitions II Trends and Issues
                                   [1 Credits] +$10 fee
                                                              Psychology
 (prerequisite:	completion	of	PN	103A	and	NURS	154)           PSYCH100--Practical Psychology                [3 Credits]
                                                                01 2:00 - 3:15 pm--T,Th                           Staff
   01 8:00 am- 4:30 pm--F                    McMahon
         begins	01/11/2013	and	ends	01/18/2013	               PSYCH110 (IAI) --Intro to Psychology [3 Credits]
                                                              (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
 PN 105--Alterations Across the Lifespan I                      01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                    Fennessey
                                      [7 Credits] +$70 fee      02 11:00 -11:50 am--M,W,F                   Fennessey
 (prerequisite:	grade	of	“C”	or	better	in	PN	104A)              03 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F                   Fennessey
   01 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--T,Th--St. Mary’s Hosp                   04 8:30 - 9:45 am--T,Th                          Wade
                                                  McMahon       05 5:30 - 8:20 pm--W                        Fennessey
          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/07/2013                 06 7:30 - 8:45 pm--T,Th                           Staff
                                                                 07 2:00 - 4:15 pm--T,Th                          Staff
          9:00 am- 1:00 pm--M,W                   McMahon
                                                     /Myers           begins	02/11/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	
          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/06/2013                  C1 8:00 - 9:15 am--T,Th           Clinton Center Staff
                                                                 F1 12:00 - 1:15 pm--T,Th--Fairview Park Plaza
 Web-enhanced	class.	Students	are	required	to	
                                                                                                                  Staffl
 prepare	for	clinical	in	the	hospital	setting	the	evening	
 before	clinical.	Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	       N1 8:45 - 9:31 am--M,T,W,Th,F--
 faculty/agencies	as	needed.                                          Meridian H.S.                               Staff
                                                                      begins	01/02/2013	and	ends	05/18/2013
   02 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--T,Th--St. Mary’s Hosp Myers
          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/07/2013               	 Q1     7:30 - 8:45 am--T,Th
                                                                       Central A&M H.S.                           Staff
          9:00 am- 1:00 pm--M,W            McMahon/Myers
                                                              	        Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
          begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/06/2013
                                                                  R1   11:55 am - 12:40 pm--M,T,W,Th,F            Staff
 Web-enhanced	class.	Students	are	required	to	
 prepare	for	clinical	in	the	hospital	setting	the	evening	             Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
 before	clinical.	Scheduled	clinical	by	arrangement	with	             Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
 faculty/agencies	as	needed.                                  V1                                          Wade
 PN 106--Alterations Across the Lifespan II                   V2                                          Wade
                                   [6 Credits] +$100 fee      PSYCH145 (IAI) --Human Growth & Development
 (prerequisite:	grade	of	“C”	or	better	in	PN	105	and	                                                [3 Credits]
                                                              (prerequisite:	PSYCH	110)
 completion	of	or	concurrent	enrollment	in	ENGL	101	
 and	a	Special	Topics	in	Healthcare	Elective)                   01 12:00 - 1:15 pm--T,Th                  Wade
                                                                      This class is web-enhanced
   01 7:00 am- 3:30 pm--T,Th--St. Mary’s Hosp McMahon            02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,W,F                  Staff
         begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013                  V1                                        Wade
         9:00 am-12:00 pm--M,W           Myers/ McMahon         V2                                        Wade
         begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/16/2013




40     Spring 2013
                                             Spring 2013 Classes
PSYCH150 (IAI) --Child Psychology    [3 Credits]            RADT 225--Radiography Clinical V
(prerequisite:	PSYCH	110)                                                                       [4 Credits] +$80 fee
  01 5:30 - 8:20 pm--T                                      (prerequisite:	completion	of	RADT	215,	RADT	218,	
PSYCH200 --Educational Psychology [3 Credits]               and	RADT	219,	and	BIOL	202	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	
(prerequisite:	PSYCH	110)                                   better	and	concurrent	enrollment	in	or	completion	
                                                            with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	in	RADT	228,	RADT	230,	
  V1                                     Hawkin
                                                            ENGL	101,	and	PSYCH	110)
PSYCH210 (IAI) --Social Psychology   [3 Credits]
                                                              Y1 8:00 am- 4:00 pm--M,T,W--
(prerequisite:	PSYCH	110)
                                                                    St. Mary’s Hosp                           Grimm
  01 12:00 - 1:15 pm--M,W                 Wade                Y2 8:00 am- 4:00 pm--M,T,W--
  This class is web-enhanced.                                       Decatur Memorial Hosp.                    Grimm
PSYCH250--Human Sexuality            [3 Credits]              Y3 8:00 am- 4:00 pm--M,T,W--
(prerequisite:	PSYCH	110)                                           Memorial Medical-Spfld                    Grimm
  01 12:00 -12:50 pm--M,W,F              Palmer             RADT 228--Radiographic Image Analysis
  This class is web-enhanced.                                                                 [1.5 Credits] +$15 fee
                                                            (prerequisite:	completion	of	RADT	215,	RADT	218,	
PSYCH280 (IAI) --Abnormal Psychology [3 Credits]            and	RADT	219,	and	BIOL	202	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	
(prerequisite:	PSYCH	110)                                   better	and	concurrent	enrollment	in	or	completion	
  01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F          Fennessey
                                                            with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	in	RADT	225,	RADT	230,	
                                                            ENGL	101,	and	PSYCH	110)
Radiography                                                   V1                                              Grimm
RADT 120--Principles of Radiography II                      RADT 230--Radiography Seminar [3 Credits] +$360 fee
                                     [3 Credits] +$30 fee   (prerequisite:	completion	of	RADT	215,	RADT	218	and	
(prerequisite:	completion	of	RADT	110,	RADT	115,	           RADT	219,	and	BIOL	202	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	
RADT	116,	RADT	118	and	BIOL	101	with	a	grade	of	            and	concurrent	enrollment	in	or	completion	with	a	
“C”	or	better	and	concurrent	enrollment	in	or	comple-       grade	of	“C”	or	better	in	RADT	228,	RADT	225,	ENGL	
tion	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	in	RADT	125,	RADT	       101,	and	PSYCH	110)
126,	RADT	128,	and	BIOL	201)
                                                              Y1 9:30 -11:00 am--Th                           Grimm
   Y1 8:00 -10:30 am--T                          Cardinal           begins	01/19/2012	and	ends	05/18/2012
RADT 125--Radiography Clinical II                                   (Lab)12:00 - 2:21 pm--Th                  Grimm
                                   [3 Credits] +$130 fee
(prerequisite:	completion	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	
in	RADT	110,	RADT	115,	RADT	116,	RADT	118	and	              Sequestration
BIOL	101	and	concurrent	enrollment	in	or	completion	        CCS 115--Intro to Carbon Capture & Storage
with	a	grade	“C”	or	better	in	RADT	120,	RADT	126,	                                                   [3 Credits]
RADT	128	and	BIOL	201)                                      (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	Engl	101)
   Y1 8:00 am- 4:00 pm--Th,F--                                 01 9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                   Larrick
         St. Mary’s Hosp.                        Cardinal
   Y2 8:00 am- 4:00 pm--Th,F--
         Decatur Memorial Hosp.                  Cardinal   Sociology
   Y3 8:00 am- 4:00 pm--Th,F--                              SOCIO100--People, Society, and Culture [3 Credits]
         Memorial Medical-Spfld                  Cardinal     01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                        Staff
RADT 126--Imaging Equipment [3 Credits] +$30 fee            SOCIO105--Domestic Violence and Intervention
(prerequisite:	completion	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	    Techniques                                  [2 Credits]
in	RADT	110,	RADT	115,	RADT	116,	RADT	118	and	                 01 5:30 - 7:20 pm--Th                           Joy
BIOL	101	and	concurrent	enrollment	in	or	completion	        SOCIO110 (IAI) --Intro to Sociology        [3 Credits]
with	a	grade	“C”or	better	in	RADT	120,	RADT	125,	           (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)
RADT	128	and	BIOL	201)                                        01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                      Palmer
   Y1 8:30 -10:10 am--W                          Cardinal   	       This class is web-enhanced.	
RADT 128--Radiographic Procedures III                         02        9:30 -10:45 am--T,Th                  Staff
                                   [3 Credits] +$100 fee      03        1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,Th                  Staff
(prerequisite:	completion	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	      04        12:30 - 1:45 pm--M,W,F                Staff
in	RADT	110,	RADT	115,	RADT	116,	RADT	118	and	                           begins	02/11/2013	and	ends	05/17/2013	
BIOL	101	and	concurrent	enrollment	in	or	completion	          05         5:30 - 8:20 pm--M             Moorehead
with	a	grade	“C”	or	better	in	RADT	120,	RADT	125,	            06         7:30 - 8:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
RADT	126	and	BIOL	201)                                        F1        1:30 - 2:45 pm--T,Th--Fairview Park Plaza
                                                                                                              Staff
   Y1 11:10 am-12:00 pm--M                          Clark
                                                              L1 12:20 - 1:10 pm--M,W,F
         (Lab) 8:30 -11:00 am--M                    Clark
                                                                    LSA H.S.                             Parkinson
   Y2 11:10 am-12:00 pm--M                          Clark
                                                                    Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
         (Lab)12:30 - 3:00 pm--M                    Clark
   Y3 1:10 am-12:00 pm--M                           Clark   	 S1 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,W,F--St Teresa H.S. Staff
         (Lab)12:30 - 3:00 pm--T                    Clark           Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only
                                                            	 U1    7:45 - 8:35 am--M,W,F--Mt Zion H.S.       Staff
                                                                    Dual	Credit-H.S.	Students	Only


                                                                                             Spring 2013              41
                                              Spring 2013 Classes
   V1                                         Palmer
   V2                                         Palmer        Surgical Technology
 SOCIO130 (IAI)--Criminology              [3 Credits]       SURGT120--Principles of Surgical Technology
 (prerequisite:	eligibility	for	ENGL	101)                                                    I[4 Credits] +$40 fee
                                                            (prerequisite:	completion	of	SURGT	110,	completion	of	
   01 5:30 - 6:45 pm--T,Th                      Staff
                                                            or	concurrent	enrollment	in	SURGT	125,	SURGT	128,	
 SOCIO200 (IAI) --Marriage and the Family                   and	BIOL	201	with	a	“C”	or	better.)
                                          [3 Credits]
 (prerequisite:	SOCIO	110	or	PSYCH	110)                       01 8:00 -11:50 am--T                            Lee
   01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,W,F                  Palmer        SURGT125--Fundamentals of Surgical Technology
                                                                                              [3 Credits] +$30 fee
         This class is web-enhanced.
                                                            (prerequisite:	completion	of	SURGT	100,	concurrent	
   V1                                         Palmer        enrollment	in	or	completion	of	SURGT	120,	SURGT	
 SOCIO210 --Sociology of Deviant Behavior                   128,	BIOL	201	with	a	“C	or	better.)
                                          [3 Credits]         30 8:00 -10:50 am--Th                         Oliver
 (prerequisite:	SOCIO	110)                                          begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	03/28/2013	
   01 2:00 - 3:15 pm--M,W                 Fennessey                 (Lab)11:00 am- 3:40 pm--Th              Oliver
 SOCIO225 (IAI) --Race, Class & Gender in the                       begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	04/04/2013	
             United States                [3 Credits]
                                                              31 8:00 -10:50 am--Th                         Oliver
 (prerequisite:	SOCIO	110)
                                                                    	begins	01/17/2013	and	ends	03/28/2013	
   V1                                           Staff
                                                                    (Lab) 8:00 am-12:40 pm--F               Oliver
                                                                    begins	01/18/2013	and	ends	04/05/2013	
 Spanish                                                    SURGT128--Intro to the Clinical Experience
 SPAN 101--Beginning Spanish 1                [4 Credits]                                      [1 Credits] +$10 fee
   01 10:00 -10:50 am--M,T,Th,F                 Gallagher   (prerequisite:	completion	of	SURGT	100	and	SURGT	
 SPAN 102--Beginning Spanish 2                [4 Credits]   125;	concurrent	enrollment	in	or	completion	of	SURGT	
 (prerequisite:	SPAN	101	or	consent	of	instructor)          120,	BIOL	201	with	a	“C	or	better.)
   01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,T,W,Th                  Gallagher     11 (Clinical) 6:30 am- 2:30 pm--Th--St. Mary’s
 SPAN 202 (IAI) --Intermediate Spanish 2 [4 Credits]                Hosp                                     Oliver
 (prerequisite:	SPAN	201	or	1	or	consent	of	instructor)             begins	04/11/2013	and	ends	05/09/2013	
   01 11:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th                 Gallagher     12 6:30 am- 2:30 pm--F--Decatur Memorial
                                                                    Hosp.                                    Oliver
                                                                    begins	04/12/2013	and	ends	05/10/2013
                                                            SURGT202--Work Experience Practicum
                                                                                            [9 Credits] +$280 fee
                                                            (prerequisite:	SURGT	201	or	approval	of	the	Surgical	
                                                            Technology	Director)
                                                              01 8:00 - 9:50 am--W                            Lee
                                                              12 (Clinical)6:30 am- 3:30 pm--M,T--
       Have you applied for                                         Decatur Memorial Hosp.                   Staff

      Financial Aid? Be sure                                        begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/05/2013	
                                                              14 (Clinical) 6:30 am- 3:30 pm--M,T--
       you have completed                                           Memorial Hospital-Spfld
                                                                    begins	01/14/2013	and	ends	03/05/2013
                                                                                                           Oliver

      the 2012-2013 FAFSA                                     22 (Clinical) 6:30 am- 3:30 pm--M,T--St. Mary’s
                                                                    Hosp                                     Staff
         at www.fafsa.gov                                           begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/07/2013
        for the Spring 2013                                   24 (Clinical) 6:30 am- 3:30 pm--M,T--
                                                                    Memorial Hospital-Spfld                Oliver
       semester. Once your                                          begins	03/18/2013	and	ends	05/07/2013

          FAFSA has been                                    SURGT290--Internship in Surgical Technology
                                                                                               [5 Credits] +$50 fee
        processed, you will                                 (prerequisite:	permission	of	the	Surgical	Technology	
                                                            Program	Director)
       receive a letter from                                  01                                               Lee

     the Financial Aid Office
        outlining your next
               steps.

42     Spring 2013
                                                  Spring 2013 Classes

Theatre                                                           Welding
THTRE150 (IAI) --Theatre Appreciation [3 Credits]                 All Welding courses are offered in a fast-track mode.
 01 9:00 - 9:50 am--M,W,F                   Staff                 This means that a student works on one course at a
 02 1:00 - 2:15 pm--T,Th                    Staff                 time until completed and then moves on to the next
 V1                                         Staff                 course. If a student signs up after January 14, 2013,
                                                                  he or she should seek counsel with the Welding
THTRE160--Theatre Production                   [1-3 Credits]      Coordinator to determine the number of classes for
 01                                                    Staff      which to register. The semester ends May 17, 2013. If
 02                                                    Staff      a student starts a course, he must complete it by the
 03                                                    Staff      end of the semester.
THTRE170--Introduction to Acting                [1-3 Credits]     Section one and two of all Welding courses are
  01           3:00 - 4:00 pm--T,Th                       Staff   designed to provide 240 hours of workforce
THTRE180--Stage Craft 1                         [1-3 Credits]     preparation over a period of 15 weeks. A student who
  01           1:00 - 5:00--F                             Staff   takes section one or two may complete as many as
THTRE210 (IAI)--Theatre History                   [3 Credits]     eight courses (22 credits) in a given semester. Student
  V1                                                      Staff   dedication and previous welding experience tend to
THTRE230 (IAI)--Play Analysis for Production [3 Credits]          dictate the speed at which courses can be completed.
(prerequisite:	completion	of	ENGL	101	or	instructor’s	approval)   Sections three, four, and five of the Welding courses
  V1                                                      Staff   are designed to provide 240 hours of workforce
                                                                  preparation over a period of 15 weeks. A student who
                                                                  takes section three, four, or five may complete as
                                                                  many as eight courses in a given semester. However,
                                                                  most students are only able to complete two courses
                                                                  in the 15-week time period.
                                                                  Students are required to purchase the following
                                                                  supplies by the first day of class: leather welding
                                                                  gloves, safety glasses, protective green welding coat
                                                                  or leathers, leather shoes or boots, welding helmet
                                                                  (optional), and face shield (optional). These supplies
                                                                  can be purchased at any local supplier.
                                                                  Please be advised that the Welding Technology
                                                                  program utilizes the Angel Online Learning
                                                                  Management System. Having this online component
                                                                  allows the Welding Technology program to provide
                                                                  self-paced studies on or off the campus for students
                                                                  enrolled in any Welding Technology course.
                                                                  NOTE: All Section 05 Welding courses are Midnight
                                                                  Welding. They meet from 12:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m.

  About the Course Listings:                                      WELD 100--Oxy-Acetylene and Plasma
                                                                              Arc Cutting           [1 Credits] +$15 fee
  TBA = To Be Announced                                             01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre
                                                                           (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th         Suhre
  IAI = Qualifies under the Illinois                                02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre
                                                                          Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
  Articulation Initiative                                           03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                         Tuvell
                                                                          (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell
  Prerequisite = What is required                                   04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff
  before you can take the course                                          (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                Staff
                                                                    05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
                                                                          (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell
   Instructors are using technology in many courses               WELD 101--Shielded Metal Arc Welding
   in addition to those designated as online and hybrid                        [4 Credits] +$60 fee
   courses. Students may need access to a computer                (prerequisite:	WELD	100	or	equivalent	competencies)
   to submit assignments, take quizzes and tests,                   01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre
   and communicate with other students. Technology                        (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
   workshops and computer courses are offered                        02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                  Suhre
   regularly for students to improve their skills. Open                   (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
   computer labs are also available for student use.                 03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                        Tuvell
                                                                          (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell

                                                                    04    5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                     Staff
                                                                          (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th               Staff
                                                                    05    12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                  Mertell
                                                                          (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell




                                                                                                   Spring 2013              43
                                             Spring 2013 Classes
 WELD 102--Shielded Metal Arc Welding Advanced             WELD 202--Welder Certification [2 Credits] +$30 fee
                                   [4 Credits] +$60 fee    (prerequisite:	WELD	102,	WELD	201	and	WELD	204	
 (prerequisite:	WELD	101	or	equivalent	competencies)       or	equivalent	competencies)
   01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre       01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
          (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th         Suhre             (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
    02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                  Suhre       02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
         (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th          Suhre             (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
   03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                         Tuvell     03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell           (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell
    04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                        Staff     04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                          Staff
          (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th               Staff           (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
    05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                    Mertell     05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
         (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell           (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell
 WELD 103--Welding Tools & Safety                          WELD 204--Pipe Welding            [4 Credits] +$60 fee
                                   [3 Credits] +$45 fee    (prerequisite:	WELD	102	and	WELD	205	or	equivalent	
   01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre     competencies)
         (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
                                                             01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
   02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre
                                                                   (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
         (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
                                                             02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
   03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                         Tuvell
                                                                   (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell
                                                             03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                         Tuvell
   04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff
                                                                   (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                Staff
                                                              04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff
    05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                    Mertell
                                                                   (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
         (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell
                                                             05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
 WELD 190--Maintenance Repair Welding                              (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell
                                   [2 Credits] +$30 fee
                                                           WELD 205--Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
 (prerequisite:	WELD	100	and	WELD	101	or	equivalent	
                                                                                             [3 Credits] +$45 fee
 competencies)
                                                           (prerequisite:	WELD	101	or	equivalent	competencies)
   01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre
                                                             01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
         (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
                                                                   (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
   02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre
                                                             02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
         (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
                                                                    (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
   03     5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                     Tuvell
                                                              03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                        Tuvell
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell
                                                                   (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell
   04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff
                                                             04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                          Staff
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                Staff
                                                                   (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
   05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
                                                             05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
         (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell
                                                                   (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell
 WELD 195--Industrial Welding Fundamentals
                                                           WELD 230--Pipefitting Fundamentals
                                   [3 Credits] +$45 fee
                                                                                             [3 Credits] +$45 fee
   01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre
                                                           (prerequisite:	WELD	103)
         (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
   02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre       01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
         (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th          Suhre             (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
    03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                        Tuvell     02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell            (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th          Suhre
   04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff     03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                         Tuvell
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                Staff           (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell
    05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                    Mertell      04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff
         (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell           (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th Staff
                                                              05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                    Mertell
 WELD 201--Gas Metal Arc and Flux Core Arc
                                                                   (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell
             Welding (Mig)         [2 Credits] +$30 fee
   01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre     WELD 231--Pipefitting Applications [4 Credits] +$60 fee
         (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th          Suhre     (prerequisite:	WELD	103	or	approval	of	instructor)
   02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                   Suhre       01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
         (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th          Suhre             (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
    03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                        Tuvell     02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell           (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th           Suhre
   04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff     03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                         Tuvell
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                Staff           (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell
   05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell     04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                          Staff
         (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell           (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
                                                             05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
                                                                   (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell




44     Spring 2013
                                            Spring 2013 Classes
WELD 232--Pipefitting Techniques [4 Credits] +$60 fee         WELD 242--Aluminum Plate & Pipe [3 Credits] +$45 fee
(prerequisite:	WELD	103	or	consent	of	instructor)             (prerequisite:	completion	of	basic	Welding	Certificate	
  01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre       or	consent	of	instructor)
        (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th            Suhre         01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre
   02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                    Suhre               (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
        (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th            Suhre         02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre
   03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                         Tuvell              (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                 Tuvell        03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                          Tuvell
  04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                          Staff              (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                 Tuvell
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff        04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                          Staff
  05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                      Mertell              (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
         (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell        05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
WELD 233--Pipe Fabrication [3 Credits] +$45 fee                       (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th              Mertell
(prerequisite:	WELD	103	or	consent	of	instructor)
  01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre
        (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
  02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre
        (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
  03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                          Tuvell
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                 Tuvell
   04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
   05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
        (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th               Mertell
WELD 234--Field Maintenance & Safety
                                   [4 Credits] +$60 fee
(prerequisite:	WELD	103	or	consent	of	instructor)
  01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre
        (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
  02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre
        (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
  03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                          Tuvell
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                 Tuvell
   04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
  05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                      Mertell
        (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th               Mertell
WELD 240--Non-Ferrous Welding [3 Credits] +$45 fee
(prerequisite:	completion	of	basic	Welding	Certificate	
or	consent	of	instructor)
  01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre
        (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
  02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre
        (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
  03 5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                          Tuvell
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                 Tuvell
   04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                         Staff
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff
   05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                     Mertell
        (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th               Mertell
WELD 241--GMAW/FCAW Pipe [3 Credits] +$45 fee
(prerequisite:	completion	of	basic	Welding	Certificate	
or	consent	of	instructor)
  01 8:00 - 8:50 am--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre    Instructors are using technology in many courses
        (Lab) 9:00 -11:50 am--M,T,W,Th            Suhre    in addition to those designated as online and hybrid
  02 1:00 - 1:50 pm--M,T,W,Th                     Suhre    courses. Students may need access to a computer
        (Lab) 2:00 - 4:50 pm--M,T,W,Th            Suhre
  03     5:00 - 5:50 pm--M,W                      Tuvell
                                                           to submit assignments, take quizzes and tests,
         (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--M,W                Tuvell   and communicate with other students. Technology
  04 5:00 - 5:50 pm--T,Th                          Staff   workshops and computer courses are offered
        (Lab) 6:00 - 9:20 pm--T,Th                 Staff   regularly for students to improve their skills. Open
  05 12:00 - 12:50 am--T,Th                      Mertell
                                                           computer labs are also available for student use.
        (Lab) 1:00 - 4:00 am--T,Th               Mertell




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     Students enrolled in online or
     hybrid courses for the FIRST            Section Numbering System
                                                  01, 02, etc. Main Campus Courses
     time at Richland must complete               Y#           Hybrid Courses
                                                  V#           Online Courses
     the Angel online orientation and             D#           Distance Class
                                              Off-campus locations
     will not be able to access their             A#           Decatur Area Technical Academy
                                                  B#           Warrensburg-Latham High School
     courses until the first day of               C#           Clinton Center
                                                  E#           Eisenhower High School
     class. To access the orientation,            F#           Fairview Park Plaza Center
                                                  G#           Cerro Gordo High School
     go to angel.richland.edu and log             J#           Decatur Christian High School
                                                  K#           MacArthur High School
     in using your Richland NetID                 L#
                                                  M#
                                                               Lutheran School Association
                                                               Maroa-Forsyth High School
                                                  N#           Meridian High School
     and password.                                P#           Sangamon Valley High School
                                                  Q#           Central A & M High School
                                                  R#           Argenta-Oreana High School
                                                  S#           St. Teresa High School
                                                  U#           Mt. Zion High School




Remember that you must apply for financial aid every year. The FAFSA for the 2013-
     2014 academic year is available at www.fafsa.gov beginning January 1, 2013.



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Academic Success Center/                                 A.C.E. (Achieving
Accommodations                                           College Excellence)
Services are available to students with disabilities     A.C.E. is a program for students who are repeating
by contacting the Director of the Academic Success       a core college course (English, mathematics, or
Center in Room C148 or by calling 875-7211, Ext. 379.    science) three or more times. This program provides
Students must present appropriate documentation.         special workshops designed to access academic
Services include taped/large printed materials;          needs and assist the students in developing study
arrangements for readers, tutors, note takers, and       skills that will facilitate student success.
interpreters; testing accommodations; screen reading     Call 875-7211, Ext. 314.
program and voice synthesizer; Braille printer.
                                                         Adele P. Glenn Early
Academic Success                                         Childhood Education Center
Center/Testing                                           Richland is committed to providing children and
                                                         families
Admission to many Richland courses and programs
requires testing for placement in English, reading,      Richland is committed to providing children and
math, and health. Initial placement tests are free.      families with a quality early childhood education
CLEP and DSST testing is available by appointment.       program focused on Kindergarten Readiness. This
Make-up tests for some Richland classes and exams        program will provide an environment that includes
from other universities are also administered by the     hands-on exploration with many opportunities for
Testing Center. Call 875-7211, Ext. 238, Room S116.      children to be creative through the visual arts, dance
                                                         and music in accordance with “Creative Curriculum,”
    Testing Center Hours:                                Project Approach,” and Reggio Emilia methods. The
           Monday - Thursday—8:00 a.m. to 8:00p.m.       Center is a licensed facility under the Department of
           Friday—8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.                 Children and Family Services.
           Saturday—9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Spring & Fall semesters only.                            Children of Richland students, staff, faculty and
                                                         members of the community may be registered to
Summer	hours	vary.	Closed	during	holiday	breaks	         attend the Center. Registration and medical record
according	to	the	College	calendar.                       forms must be completed for all children and a $10
                                                         registration fee is required. Children ages 2 (toilet
Academic Success                                         trained) to 12 years old are eligible to attend. School-
Center/Tutoring                                          age care for children ages 6 to12 years old is available
The Academic Success Center/Tutoring services            after 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. (5:30 p.m. on Fridays)
offers free tutoring to students who may need help       and during the day in the summer. “Drop-in” care
with classes or programs. Both student and faculty       is offered for children who are already registered to
tutors are available on an appointment or drop-in        attend the Center; parents must contact the Center for
basis for many areas of study including math, biology,   space availability.
chemistry, reading comprehension, study skills,
vocabulary building, and research, and for specific      The Center is open from 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
written assignments. Computers are available any         Monday through Thursday and 7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
time the ASC is open. Biology and chemistry tutoring     on Fridays during regular semesters. During the
is available with hours varying each semester.           summer and semester breaks, the Center is open from
The ASC also offers study groups each semester.          7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. The Center is open whenever
Schedules are posted with location and time.             the College is open, including when no classes are
Call 875-7211, Ext. 419, Room S118.                      in session, to accommodate working parents. The
    ASC Hours:                                           Center is closed during days when the College is
           Mon.-Thurs–8am - 6pm                          closed.
           Fri.–8am - 5pm                                Administrative Drop Policy
Spring & Fall semesters only.                            Regular attendance is required for all Richland
Summer	hours	vary.	Closed	during	holiday	breaks	         classes. At midterm the College can administratively
according	to	the	College	calendar.                       drop students who have failed to meet attendance
                                                         requirements of the instructor. Failure to attend the
                                                         first two classes of a course may also cause a student
                                                         to be dropped.
                                                         Students must not assume they will be automatically
                                                         dropped because they have not attended class and
                                                         must complete a “Change of Schedule” form available
                                                         in the Student Records Office in order to stop attending
                                                         a class. Failure to do so may result in a grade of “F”
                                                         for a course.




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                              Student Services and General Information

                                                                Interest inventories, career information, job interview
 Adult Education                                                and resumé resources including software, computers
 Adult basic and adult secondary classes reviewing              and printers are available.
 reading, writing, and mathematics are offered free
                                                                The Career Center also posts on-campus and
 of charge to students preparing to take the GED test,
                                                                off-campus full- and part-time job openings. College
 needing instruction in the basic skills, or needing
                                                                catalogs and applications for other colleges/universities
 review for job testing.
                                                                are available in the Career/Transfer Center, Room
 A one-hour orientation is held at the Richland Adult           C129. Call 875-7211, Ext. 307, or go to the website
 Education Center.                                              at www.richland.edu/transfer.
 For more information about orientation, class times,
 and locations, call 875-7211, Ext. 355, Room W121.
                                                                Clinton Extension Center
 Audit Policy                                                   The Clinton Extension Center is open from
 Students must complete an Audit Form in the Student            8:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
 Records Office at the time of registration. Courses for        (Closed 12 noon — 1:00 p.m.) The Center offers
 which a student has enrolled for credit or audit cannot        admissions, academic advising, registration, placement
 be changed after the 10th day of class. All fees apply         testing, credit classes, GED classes, and many other
 to an audited course.                                          services. The Clinton Center is located inside of
                                                                Clinton High School (northeast entrance). Walk-ins
 AWARE (Adults Who Are                                          are welcome. For an appointment, call 935-6791.

 Reentering Education)                                          Continuing & Professional
 AWARE is a program designed to provide support
 for adults who are beginning their college career by           Education
 offering one-on-one personalized support, specialized          Continuing and Professional Education Division offers
 academic skills workshops, personal counseling,                classes and programs, leisure learning, personal interest,
 career exploration, and peer support groups. Call              professional/technical/career development, computer
 875-7211, Ext. 314.                                            and business training, and youth programming.
                                                                For more information or a listing of upcoming
 Bus Service                                                    programs, call 875-7211, Ext. 265.
 Decatur Public Transit provides bus service to RCC
 from 6:35 a.m. until 6:45 p.m. Monday - Saturday.              Counseling Services
 Buses load and unload at the main entrance on the              Trained Counselors are available to provide individual
 northeast side of the campus. Bus passes may be                and group counseling on a short-term basis. The purpose
 purchased at the Cashier's Window, Room C129.                  of short-term counseling is to focus on personal
                                                                issues that may prevent a student from achieving
                                                                academic success. Counselors can also help students
 Campus Life                                                    make contact with appropriate community resources.
 The Campus Life Program is funded by the Academic              Contact Student Services Center, 875-7211, Ext. 267,
 Fee to provide a wide variety of cultural, social, and         Room C129.
 educational programs throughout the year, as well as
 providing student clubs and organizations with operational
 funds. You can join a club by contacting the club or
                                                                Economic Development
 organization, stopping by the Campus Life Office,              and Innovative Workforce
 Room C131, or calling 875-7211, Ext. 305. Meetings
 and events are posted on bulletin boards and on the            Solutions
 Campus Vision monitors throughout the College.                 The Economic Development and Innovative Workforce
                                                                Solutions (EDIWS) group serves as the College’s chief
                                                                outreach to the business, industry, and governmental
 Campus Vision                                                  sectors. The group is responsible for the development
 A series of television monitors mounted throughout the         of innovative, entrepreneurial, and strategic initiatives
 College offers access to information concerning student        designed to proactively respond to economic development
 activities, registration and scheduling updates, meeting       and training needs within a global community.
 times, daily events, seminars and workshops, and special       The group encompasses several academic divisions
 announcements. Contact Marketing, Room W118A, for              including the Business and Technology Division,
 additional information.                                        Continuing and Professional Education Division,
                                                                and Correctional Education Division. The group also
 Career Center                                                  includes Adult Education, Partners in Education,
 The Career Center houses resources to assist students          Creative Center for Learning, and Dual Credit
 with career decision-making and/or finding a job and           Programming. While the purview of academic credit
 information on transferring to 4-year colleges/universities.




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programs is vast, EDIWS also provides a host of           myRichland portal or online at www.richland.edu/
noncredit training and development addressing             records/graduation, before registering for his/her
entrepreneurial product development and incubation,       last semester’s classes.
business and industry training, community programs,
and transitional workforce initiatives. The group         Honors Opportunities
manages the programming for the Shilling Community
Education Center, Center for Sustainability and
                                                          Program
                                                          Students with excellent academic skills are encouraged
Innovation, Agribusiness Education Center, Fairview       to apply for this program designed to offer an added
Park Plaza Center, and other extension sites. The         dimension to their studies through small class seminars,
EDIWS contributes to the coordination of new              special lectures, programs, and field trips.
resources to develop facilities and infrastructure that
accommodates workforce development as guided by           The Honors Program is open to students who plan to
the College’s Master Facilities and Strategic Plans.      complete an associate degree at Richland. Tuition is
                                                          waived 100% for Honors Program participants. For
                                                          more information, call 875-7211, Ext. 349 or Ext. 373.
English as a Second
Language (ESL)                                            Library Services
                                                          The Learning Resources Center (library) offers a
ESL courses are designed for individuals who are
                                                          wide range of research materials. These sources
native speakers of another language and who need
                                                          include books, newspapers, databases, videos,
to improve their English reading, writing, and speaking
                                                          and many other research materials available to
skills. Classes are free and textbooks are loaned.
                                                          the College community. The library staff provides
Call 875-7211, Ext. 355.
                                                          formal classroom research instruction to students in
                                                          various classes including English, Communication,
E.S.P. (Emerging                                          and Health. In addition, trained library staff members
                                                          assist faculty and students in making the best use of
Scholars Program)                                         available learning tools and resources. The library
E.S.P. is for students who are in need of additional
                                                          offers students one-on-one research assistance as
support services to maintain academic excellence.
                                                          well as information literacy workshops to help students
E.S.P. provides college survival skills workshops,
                                                          succeed. The library provides a comprehensive inter-
one-on-one personalized support, referrals to
                                                          library loan service. In addition, the library provides
academic support services and peer support
                                                          a large computer area for students and community
groups. Call 875-7211, Ext. 314.
                                                          members to conduct research, listen to audio CDs
                                                          and DVDs, access online classroom information, and
Fairview Park Plaza Center                                utilize computer programs for writing assignments.
The RCC Fairview Center is located at 1485 W. King        A limited number of laptops are available for checkout
Street, Decatur, and is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00       within the library to Richland students with required
p.m. Monday through Friday. The Center offers many        identification.
of the services available at Richland's main campus.      Room C155, 875-7211, Ext. 303, or visit Richland’s
For class information, please call 462-0480.              Kitty Lindsay Learning Resources Center at www.
                                                          richland.edu/lrc.
Fitness Center
The Fitness Center allows students to develop a           Mathematics Enrichment Center
personalized fitness program based on individual          The Mathematics Enrichment Center allows students
goals and abilities through aerobics, personal fitness,   to advance more quickly and efficiently through
and personal defense. Individual fitness workouts to      the developmental mathematics sequence so that
meet class requirements may be completed any time         they can find college success. Thirty-one computer
during Fitness Center hours on a first-come, first-       learning stations are accessible on a walk-in basis.
served basis. Locker room and shower facilities are       The software program, MyMathLab, has powerful
available. Located at the main campus, Room W175.         multimedia learning aids. These include instant
    Fitness Center Hours:                                 textbook access, interactive explanations, immediate
             Monday-Friday— 5:45 a.m.-6:30 p.m.           feedback, a pop-up on demand video instructor, and
                                                          an individualized study plan that changes each time
             Saturday — 7:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.              a student takes a quiz or test. Students receive both
                                                          classroom instruction and hands-on application.
Graduation                                                The Mathematics Enrichment Center is fully staffed
                                                          with professors and tutors, and students receive
Any student planning to graduate must complete an
Application for Graduation, available through students’   personalized one-on-one assistance as needed.
                                                          Help numbers are available for after-hours tutoring.




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 Contact 217.875.7211, Ext. 383, Room W117,                    -Any individual with other barriers to educational
 http://www.richland.edu/mec                                   achievement.
 Spring and Fall Semester Hours                                Students enrolled in an occupational area are
   Mondays-Thursdays                9:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.      automatically enrolled in the Perkins Program.
   Fridays                          9:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.      Call 875-7211, Ext. 223 or Ext. 740, Room E182.
 Summer	hours	vary;	please	call	to	confirm.	Closed	
 during	holiday	breaks	according	to	the	College	calendar.      S.O.S. (Start Out Successful)
 FAIRVIEW PARK PLAZA                                           S.O.S. is a program for recent high school graduates
   Tuesdays & Thursdays           10:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.       in need of supplementary academic support and
                                                               guidance in college. S.O.S. provides assistance in
 Non-discrimination Policy                                     advising, course selection, college skills workshops,
                                                               and referral to other specialized services.
 Richland Community College subscribes to the
                                                               Call 875-7211, Ext. 314.
 principles and laws of the State of Illinois and the
 Federal Government pertaining to civil rights and equal
 opportunity, including applicable Executive Orders.           Student IDs
 Richland Community College policy prohibits                   Student IDs may be obtained at the College
 discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,    Switchboard Office, Room C115.
 marital or parental status, national origin or ancestry,
 age, mental or physical disabilities (except where
 they are bona fide occupational qualifications), sexual
                                                               Student Support
 orientation, military or veteran’s status, or other legally   Services/TRiO
 protected characteristics or conduct.                         Student Support Services/TRiO Program provides
                                                               educational support to low income, first- generation
 The College’s non-discrimination policy applies to
                                                               (neither parent with a bachelor’s degree) college
 the admission and retention of students; recruitment,
                                                               students and to students with physical or learning
 employment, and retention of faculty and staff; and
                                                               disabilities. Competitive applications are accepted
 access to and treatment in the College’s programs
                                                               until capacity is reached. Services include tutoring,
 and activities. Complaints alleging violations of this
                                                               advising, study skills development, and much more.
 policy should be immediately reported to the Equal
                                                               SSS/TRiO is funded through the U.S. Department of
 Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) officer,
                                                               Education. To apply, call 875-7211, Ext. 440, or stop
 as designated by the President. Complaints reported
                                                               in Room C143.
 to the EEOC officer shall be resolved within the
 College grievance resolution process.
                                                               SuccessNet
 Online Learning Help Desk                                     SuccessNet is a system that provides faculty feedback
                                                               to students to help them be successful. Students
 The Online Learning Help Desk is the place for
                                                               receive feedback regarding areas for improvement
 students using the Angel Learning Management
                                                               and strategies to make those improvements.
 System to receive assistance. Help Desk staff answer
                                                               Students can learn to become more independent,
 questions, give personal assistance on a one-on-one
                                                               self-confident, and efficient learners. Students will
 basis, and assist with computer/technology issues.
                                                               learn how to respond effectively to specific academic
 Contact the Help Desk (Room W143) at ochelp@
                                                               challenges, to articulate their own educational goals,
 richland.edu or at 217/875-7211, Ext. 376.
                                                               and to succeed at any level. Students will receive
                                                               faculty and academic advisor support, information on
 Perkins Program                                               workshops, and referral services.
 The Perkins Program is a federally-funded program
 designed to help students become academically
 successful. For a student to be eligible for the
 Perkins Program, he or she must be enrolled in an
 occupational program and meet one of the following
 requirements:
 -Student is enrolled in a non-traditional field for gender
 (i.e.: female in drafting or male in nursing).
 -English is the student’s second language.
 -Student is considered low income.
 -Student has a disability.
 -Student has taken or is required to take a
 developmental math or English course.
 -Student is a single parent (including a single pregnant
 woman) or a displaced homemaker.




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Technical Resource Center
The Technical Resource Center has 24 computers
and a color printer available for students to work on
homework assignments. A student ID card is required.
Internet access is available, as well as a scanner to
scan graphics and text. An assistant is on duty to         Students enrolled in online or
assist students. Tutoring is also furnished for students
taking computer classes. Room C150, Ext. 510.              hybrid courses for the FIRST
    Hours:
                                                           time at Richland must complete
           Monday-Thursday—7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
           Friday—7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.                   the Angel online orientation and
           Saturday—8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.*
           (*Not open Saturdays in the Summer)
                                                           will not be able to access their
                                                           courses until the first day of
                                                           class. To access the orientation,
     Registration Dates                                    go to angel.richland.edu and log
     Currently Enrolled Students                           in using your Richland NetID
     Begins November 5, 2012                               and password.
     All Students
     Begins November 13, 2012




         Looking for
         MEETING SPACE?
         The Richland Community College
         Fairview Park Plaza Center has
         rentable meeting facilities for your
         business needs.

         Call 462-0482 today for details.

            • 3 DIFFERENT SIZED CLASSROOMS
            • CONFERENCE ROOM
            • WI-FI AVAILABLE
            • CONVENIENT LOCATION
            • AFFORDABLE PRICING



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              PASSPORT
                            to S U C C E S S
                               PAT H WAY T O AC H I E V I N G S T U D E N T S U C C E S S

                                Do you want to be successful in your classes?
                                               LEARN how to:
                      • take effective notes • remember information • meet deadlines
                         • study effectively • prepare for tests • control test anxiety




     TO SIGN UP FOR THESE WORKSHOPS
     Call THE STUDENT SERVICES CENTER                                                                 Free!
     SEE YOUR ADVISOR OR EMAIL: KMAST@RICHLAND.EDU



     One College Park | Decatur, Illinois 62521 | 217.875.7200 | richland.edu




PASSport to SUCCESS Workshop Series
Do you want to be successful in your classes? Learn how to take effective notes, remember information, meet deadlines, study
effectively, prepare for tests, and control test anxiety. Richland offers the PASSport workshop series to help students become
more independent, self-confident, and efficient learners. We help students build success from the beginning of the student’s
academic career by offering these workshops, which are designed to assist the student in achieving his or her learning potential,
and improving academic performance. To sign up for these workshops, see your assigned academic advisor or email: kmast@
richland.edu




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