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									                                                                                        General Information        1

                                                                                  2006-2007 Catalog




11605 132nd Avenue NE
Kirkland, Washington 98034-8506
(425) 739-8100
www.lwtc.ctc.edu

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             President’s Message
                                                                   INvESTMENTS vErSuS ExPENSES

                                                                   Many of us confuse expenses and investments. My
                                                                   children make fun of the older vehicle I drive (and
                                                                   maybe the epoxy holding the outside mirror in place
                                                                   is a bit much!) and want me to “invest” in a newer
                                                                   car, but mine works fine. I view transportation as an
                                                                   expense to be minimized, so I can invest in important
                                                                   things like a college savings plan (for my new
                                                                   grandchildren) and the LWTC Foundation which helps
                                                                   provide scholarships for you.

                                                                   While enrolling in college is expensive, LWTC is likely
                                                                   to be your smartest investment ever. According to two
                                                                   award winning economists, your lifetime earnings will
                                                                   increase an average of $4.96 for every dollar you invest
                                                                   at LWTC including tuition, fees, books and foregone
                                                                   earnings (from attending college instead of working full
                                                                   time.) Earning a degree from LWTC means an increase
                                                                   in average lifetime earnings of nearly $300,000.

                                                                   While you are investing in yourself by coming to
                                                                   LWTC, the state of Washington is also making a big
                                                                   investment in you. Tuition covers only a small part
                                                                   of the cost of operating this college. Besides basic
                                                                   operations, LWTC is building new facilities and starting
                                                                   new programs to help you build your own brighter
                                                                   future. Our new $1million fitness center will open this
                                                                   fall. We are spending $1.6 million on new science labs
              MISSION STATEMENT                                    and are designing a new, $32 million, three story allied
                                                                   health building. We also have some exciting plans for
               To prepare students for                             our Redmond campus, for the Duvall area, and for
                  today’s careers &                                a major land acquisition to be used by our
             tomorrow’s opportunities.                             horticulture program.

                                                                   Potential new programs in various stages of planning
                                                                   include Paralegal Assistant, Renewable Energy
                                                                   Specialist, Physical Therapy Assistant, Occupational
                                                                   Therapy Assistant, Funeral Services Education, Health
                                                                   Unit Coordinator, Medical/Clinical Lab Technician,
                                                                   Massage Therapist, Surgical Technician, Health
                                                                   Information Technician, EMT/Paramedic, Medical
                                                                   Coding/Billing Specialist, EKG Technician,
                                                                   Phlebotomist, Advanced Nurse Assistant, and
                                                                   Home Health Aide.

                                                                   For you and for LWTC, the best is yet to be!



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Table of Contents
      AbOuT LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL COLLEGE
       President’s Message .........................................................................................................................................................2
       We guarantee our graduates.............................................................................................................................................5
       About Lake Washington Technical College........................................................................................................................6
       Selecting a program of study ............................................................................................................................................7
       Frequently asked questions .............................................................................................................................................8
       Accreditation ....................................................................................................................................................................9
       Key to course prefixes ....................................................................................................................................................10
      PrOGrAMS Of STudy
       Program listing by division.............................................................................................................................................14
            Accounting .......................................................................................................................................................16-20
            Accounting Assistant .............................................................................................................................................19
            Accounting Entrepreneurship...............................................................................................................................20
            Accounting Paraprofessional.................................................................................................................................17
            Accounting, Practical ............................................................................................................................................18
            Administrative Assistant ...................................................................................................................................21-25
            Architectural Graphics .....................................................................................................................................26-27
            Auto Collision Body Technician........................................................................................................................28-29
            Auto Collision Paint Technician .......................................................................................................................30-31
            Auto Repair Technician ....................................................................................................................................32-33
            Baking Arts ...........................................................................................................................................................34
            Building and Plant Maintenance .....................................................................................................................35-38
            Business Applications Support ........................................................................................................................39-43
            Child Care Manager .........................................................................................................................................44-45
            Civil Engineering Graphics...............................................................................................................................46-47
            Computer Security and Network Technology ...................................................................................................48-51
            Cosmetology .........................................................................................................................................................52
            Culinary Arts (Commercial Cooking)...............................................................................................................53-54
            Dental Assistant ...............................................................................................................................................55-56
            Dental Front Office Manager .................................................................................................................................57
            Dental Hygiene ................................................................................................................................................58-60
            Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technician.........................................................................................................61-62
            Electronics Technician .....................................................................................................................................63-64
            Electronics, Automated Manufacturing ................................................................................................................65
            Electronics, Digital................................................................................................................................................65
            Electronics, Manufacturing Specialist ...................................................................................................................66
            Engineering Graphics ...........................................................................................................................................67
            Engineering Graphics Technician .........................................................................................................................68
            Environmental Horticulture ............................................................................................................................69-70
            Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer ..................................................................................................................71-72
            Fitness Specialist/Group Exercise Instructor ........................................... see page 2 in “2 Programs of Study-New”
            Floristry ................................................................................................................................................................73
            Horticulture, Floristry Option ...............................................................................................................................74
            Hospitality, Wine Education ..................................................................................................................................75
            Hotel Operations..............................................................................................................................................76-78
            Human Resources Generalist ...............................................................................................................................79
            Information Technology Applications Development (ITAD) .............................................................................80-83
            Legal Support Professional ..............................................................................................................................84-87
            Machine Technology ........................................................................................................................................88-89
            Medical Assistant .............................................................................................................................................90-91
            Medical Transcription ...........................................................................................................................................92
            Multimedia Design and Production (MMDP) ................................................................................................93-104
            Nursing ...............................................................................................................................................................105
            Nursing Assistant ................................................................................................................................................107
            Nursing, Practical ...............................................................................................................................................106
            Office Assistant ...................................................................................................................................................108
            Power Equipment, Marine and Motorcycle Service Technician....................................................................109-110
            Professional Technical Education–AAS-T ................................................. see page 3 in “2 Programs of Study-New”
            Property Management (This program is no longer offered) ........................................................................111-113
            Science Technician .............................................................................................................................................114


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             Table of Contents                                                                                    continued

                           Social and Human Services .........................................................................................................................115-117
                           Welding Fabrication and Maintenance Technology-Certificate ............................................................................118
                           Welding Fabrication & Maintenance Technology–AAS .............................. see page 4 in “2 Programs of Study-New”
                      General Education Requirements ................................................................................................................................119
                     SuPPOrT SErvICES fOr STudENTS ANd COMMuNITy
                      Support services for students.......................................................................................................................................121
                      Counseling and special services ...................................................................................................................................122
                      Job placement assistance .............................................................................................................................................124
                      Student government and activities ...............................................................................................................................126
                      Student conduct...........................................................................................................................................................126
                      Services to the community ..........................................................................................................................................127
                      Extended Learning .......................................................................................................................................................127
                      Continuing Education ..................................................................................................................................................127
                      Corporate Education/Customized Training ..................................................................................................................127
                      Distance Learning ........................................................................................................................................................125
                     ENrOLLMENT SErvICES
                      Admissions ..................................................................................................................................................................130
                      Degree- or certificate-seeking students ........................................................................................................................130
                      Course transferability ...................................................................................................................................................131
                      Registration ..................................................................................................................................................................132
                      International students .................................................................................................................................................133
                      High School Programs
                            Lake Washington Technical Academy..................................................................................................................135
                            Running Start .....................................................................................................................................................135
                            General Education ..............................................................................................................................................136
                            Adult High School Completion ............................................................................................................................136
                            Underage Enrollment .........................................................................................................................................136
                            Tech Prep ............................................................................................................................................................137
                      Student records............................................................................................................................................................133
                  5   TuITION ANd fINANCIAL AId
                      Tuition and fees ...........................................................................................................................................................140
                      Refunds........................................................................................................................................................................140
                      Estimated 2006-2007 degree and certificate program costs ........................................................................................141
                      2006-2007 tuition rates ..............................................................................................................................................144
                      Financial aid programs ........................................................................................................................................145, 147
                      Veteran’s benefits .........................................................................................................................................................146
                  6   ACAdEMIC INfOrMATION
                      General requirements for degrees and certificates ......................................................................................................152
                      Graduation ...................................................................................................................................................................154
                      Grading ........................................................................................................................................................................154
                      Attendance ...................................................................................................................................................................157
                  7   COurSE dESCrIPTIONS
                      Alphabetical listing by course prefix .............................................................................................................................160
                  8   dIrECTOry
                      Calendar ......................................................................................................................................................................228
                      Board of trustees .........................................................................................................................................................229
                      Faculty..........................................................................................................................................................................230
                      Administrators and support staff .................................................................................................................................234
                      College phone numbers ...............................................................................................................................................235
                      Maps ...........................................................................................................................................................................236
                      Index ...........................................................................................................................................................................238




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We Guarantee Our Graduates
  Lake Washington Technical College guarantees that        4. The employer, graduate, dean, counselor and
  its graduates will have the job skills necessary for        appropriate faculty member will develop a written
  entry-level employment in the technical field for           educational plan for retraining. Retraining will be
  which they are trained.                                     limited to 15 credit hours related to the identified
                                                              skill deficiency and to those classes regularly
  If an employer judges a graduate as lacking in skills       scheduled during the period covered by the
  identified as program competencies, up to fifteen           retraining plan.
  tuition-free credit hours of additional training will
  be provided. The guarantee will apply to students        5. All retraining must be completed within a
  earning an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)            calendar year from the time the educational plan
  degree, a Certificate of Proficiency or a Certificate       is agreed upon.
  of Completion awarded in December of 1999 or
  thereafter. Conditions which apply to this guarantee     6. The graduate and/or employer is responsible for
  are as follows:                                             the cost of books, insurance, uniforms, fees and
                                                              other course-related expenses.
  1. The graduate must have earned the Associate of
     Applied Science degree, the Certificate of            7. The guarantee does not imply that the graduate
     Proficiency or Certificate of Completion from            will pass any licensing or qualifying examination
     Lake Washington Technical College beginning              for a particular career.
     December, 1999 or thereafter and must have
     completed the graduation requirements within a        8. The student’s sole option through Lake
     five-year span.                                          Washington Technical College to remedy skill
                                                              deficiencies shall be limited to 15 credit hours
  2. Within 12 months of graduation, the graduate             of tuition-free coursework under conditions
     must be employed full-time in an area directly           described above.
     related to the area of program concentration.
                                                           9. Activation of the graduate guarantee program may
  3. The employer must certify in writing that the            be initiated by the graduate through contact with
     employee is lacking entry-level skills identified        the registrar within 90 days of the graduate’s
     by the college as the exit-level program                 initial employment.
     competencies and must specify the areas of
     deficiency within 90 days of the graduate’s initial
     employment.




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            About Lake Washington
                     Technical College
                 LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL COLLEGE                            Our COMMuNITy
                 Whether improving basic skills, building on existing         The college directly serves the communities of
                 professional abilities, or changing careers, students        Kirkland, Redmond, Bellevue, Kenmore, Mercer
                 will find Lake Washington Technical College offers           Island, Bothell, Woodinville, Carnation, Duvall,
                 affordable professional and technical training for           North Bend, Fall City, Sammamish, Issaquah,
                 today’s job market.                                          Snoqualmie, Skykomish, Clyde Hill and Medina.
                                                                              Lake Washington Technical College serves
                 Lake Washington Technical College is one of                  students from outside our service area as well as
                 Washington state’s thirty-four community and                 international students from around the world.
                 technical two-year institutions of higher education.
                 The college offers career and technical training             Lake Washington Technical College’s main campus
                 opportunities to a diverse student body in over 100          is located in the city of Kirkland, off Interstate 405,
                 degree and certificate options in Information                in northern King County, and is ten miles east of
                 Technology, Business & Service, Health & Fitness,            Seattle, west of Redmond and just north of Bellevue.
                 Manufacturing & Transportation Technologies and Arts,        Located on the eastern shore of Lake Washington,
                 Language & Science. Serving over 8,000 students,             Kirkland has built a sophisticated, urban lifestyle
                 the college has an annual budget of $24 million and          around the water-front. More than two miles of
                 dedicated full-time faculty and staff totaling 180.          waterfront and nearly a quarter of the city’s total
                 Enrollment is open to all without discrimination.            10.5 square-mile area is public parks and moorage.
                                                                              Opportunities for outdoor recreation abound. The
                 The college’s 54-acre main campus is located in the          surrounding area offers a wealth of diverse arts,
                 Totem Lake area of Kirkland with 390,094 square feet         entertainment, and cultural attractions.
                 of high-technology training space. The college serves
                 communities located east of Lake Washington to the           Kirkland is Washington state’s eighteenth most
                 Cascade foothills, an area of more than 300                  populated city. To the east are the foothills of the
                 square miles.                                                Cascade Mountains, to the west, Seattle and the
                                                                              Olympic Peninsula. Portland, Oregon is three hours
                 A second facility situated near Marymoor Park was            south. Vancouver, British Columbia is two hours
                 created to serve the community’s educational and             north. The city is close to the major employment
                 workforce training needs while enhancing our                 centers of Seattle, Bellevue, and employers Boeing,
                 corporate partnerships. The Redmond campus serves            PACCAR, and Microsoft. Kirkland’s strong local
                 education, business, and industry all under one roof.        economy is characterized by a healthy mix of small
                 It is an excellent site for LWTC to bring a college to the   business, corporate headquarters, light industrial
                 people of Redmond. The campus will also enhance              and manufacturing, and a growing base of high-
                 our corporate partnership by providing a place for           tech, biotech and home-based businesses.
                 businesses to conduct meetings, seminars and events.

                 Students at Lake Washington Technical College learn
                 what it takes to excel in their career. The college
                 places a premium on students learning quickly
                 while mastering the skills of their chosen discipline.
                 Skills application by working in realistic job settings
                 is an integral dimension of education at the college.
                 Class-rooms, laboratories and equipment are as
                 contemporary as possible. In many cases students
                 learn in the same settings and with the same
                 equipment as they will find on the job.


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Selecting a Program of Study
 yOur PrEfErENCES CAN GuIdE                                yOur vALuES
 STudy ANd CArEEr PLANS                                    You make all kinds of personal value decisions–
 Deciding which career is best for you is not only a       where to live, what to do for entertainment, what
 very important decision, it’s often a very difficult      kind of clothes to wear or food to eat. Think about
 one. Our counselors and advisers know this and will       these choices and by assessing them, you’ll help
 work to help you match your interests and abilities       identify the priorities in your life.
 with appropriate careers. You can start your career
 decision process by taking a self-inventory of what’s     LIfESTyLE
 important to you.                                         The kind of career you choose can influence the
                                                           kind of life you’ll live. For example, some health
 yOur INTErESTS                                            care workers often work weekends, but they find
 Your interests play an important role in career           the work rewarding and good for their self-esteem
 selection. When you enjoy what you do, you increase       because it fulfills a personal value.
 your chances for success because you find your work
 satisfying and fulfilling.                                AdvISING ANd COuNSELING SErvICES
                                                           The college’s counselors and advisers are available
 yOur SKILLS ANd AbILITIES                                 to offer academic, career, and personal counseling
 Identify what you are good at and then talk to others     to students and prospective students. Appointments
 about your strengths. Your skills and abilities are the   are available by calling Student Development at
 key to knowing yourself better and making a positive      (425)739-8100, Ext. 501. Advising services are also
 career decision. When you enter a program that            available online at advising@lwtc.edu.
 features your strengths, class work will be easier
 for you.

 yOur PrEfErrEd WOrK STyLE
 Think about the kind of work structure and the
 kind of environment you want to work in. Consider
 the amount of responsibility you’ll want and the
 amount of stress you can handle. These personal
 characteristics affect your career success. Think
 about whether you prefer to work alone or with
 others, be your own boss, work outdoors, work in a
 large company or a small business, or interact with
 the public.




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             frequently Asked Questions
                 CAN I TAKE JuST A fEW CLASSES Or                          WHAT CrEdENTIALS WILL I rECEIvE AT THE
                 SHOrT-TErM TrAINING TO uPGrAdE                            ENd Of My PrOGrAM?
                 My SKILLS?                                                Lake Washington Technical College offers programs
                 Lake Washington Technical College offers a full range     of study that will lead to Associate of Applied Science
                 of technical higher education options, including          (A.A.S.), Associate of Applied Science-Transfer
                 individual classes, special short-term training           (A.A.S.-T.), and Certificates of Completion and
                 programs, professional certification preparation and      Proficiency. The length of time to completion varies
                 adult continuing education options.                       depending on the program you choose and the
                                                                           number of classes you would take each quarter.
                 IS fINANCIAL AId AvAILAbLE?
                 Yes. The college participates in many forms of            HOW CAN I bE SurE I’LL bE AbLE TO fINd
                 financial aid from scholarships to loans and work         A JOb IN THE CArEEr ArEA I SELECT?
                 study opportunities. More financial aid information is    The college has among the highest job placement
                 available in the Financial Aid section of this catalog.   rates of any college in the area, in part because of
                                                                           its strong links with business and industry. While we
                 WILL I rECEIvE PErSONAL ATTENTION                         cannot guarantee a job for every graduate, we make
                 frOM My INSTruCTOrS?                                      every effort to provide relevant training in areas with
                 A commitment to individualized instruction is one         employment demand.
                 of the aspects that set Lake Washington Technical
                 College apart from others. Here, small class sizes        WILL My dEGrEE Or CErTIfICATE bE
                 and teachers who demonstrate skills until you can         rECOGNIzEd AMONG POTENTIAL
                 master them successfully alone mean you’ll have the       EMPLOyErS?
                 personal attention you need to learn in a way that        Graduates of Lake Washington Technical College
                 suits you best.                                           have a high job placement rate because employers
                                                                           recognize their training and skills as valuable.
                 WHAT OTHEr EduCATIONAL OPTIONS                            Business and industry leaders serve on the college’s
                 dO yOu OffEr?                                             advisory committees to assure the training students
                 We offer online distance learning classes, adult basic    receive is of the highest quality.
                 education, English as a Second Language courses
                 and adult high school completion courses. A               CAN I GET STArTEd AT ANy TIME?
                 technical high school, Lake Washington Technical          Some programs permit students to enroll any
                 Academy, is operated on the college campus. For the       quarter. Others enroll at the beginning of each
                 latest information on the college’s educational           quarter while still others admit students once a year.
                 offerings, consult the Class Schedule, available at       To learn more about when a particular program is
                 www.lwtc.ctc.edu or by phoning to obtain a printed        open for enrollment, please make an appointment
                 version at (425)739-8100.                                 with a Student Development adviser.

                 HOW MuCH WILL My EduCATION COST?
                 The answer depends upon the program you select,
                 and whether you’re working toward a certificate, an
                 A.A.S. degree or just want to take a few skill-building
                 classes. One thing is certain-you’ll find the best
                 education value at Lake Washington Technical College
                 where costs are among the lowest in the state’s
                 higher education system. For more information on
                 program costs, see the Tuition Rates page.




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  HOW dO I fINd uPdATEd INfOrMATION?                          WHAT ArE GLObAL OuTCOMES?
                                                                                                       continued


  The material in this catalog has been compiled               All programs at Lake Washington Technical College
  and organized to provide the reader with a                  aim to provide students with workplace skills that
  comprehensive view of the programs and                      include Communication, Critical Thinking, Global
  courses at Lake Washington Technical College. It            and Cultural Awareness, Teamwork, and Technical
  includes academic requirements and procedures               and Information Literacy. Each program includes
  necessary for admission and graduation.                     coursework used to assess student performance in
  Information on programs and courses is arranged             these global outcomes.
  in alphabetical order. A listing by division is available
  on pages 14-15.                                                COMMuNICATION
                                                                 The ability to understand, interpret, and
  Because curriculum revisions and program changes               respond to information conveyed in verbal,
  usually occur during the period the catalog is in              non-verbal, written and symbolic ways using
  circulation, students should contact the college for           a variety of formats.
  specific information. The quarterly Class Schedule
  gives information on courses offered, class hours,             CrITICAL THINKING
  and class locations and has the latest calendar dates,         The ability to address problems using
  fees and details on registration.                              factual information to formulate related,
                                                                 new information.
  Both the Lake Washington Technical College Catalog
  and the Class Schedule are regularly updated online            GLObAL ANd CuLTurAL AWArENESS
  at www.lwtc.ctc.edu, or you may obtain a printed               The ability to connect to the world via the
  copy by phoning the college at (425)739-8100. All              people in it through their traditions, ways of life,
  announcements in the college catalog are subject               mores, ethnicities, behaviors, and beliefs.
  to change without notice and do not constitute an
  agreement between Lake Washington Technical                    TEAMWOrK
  College and the student.                                       The ability to work cooperatively in a group to
                                                                 advance a common goal.
  IS LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL COLLEGE
  AN ACCrEdITEd COLLEGE?                                         TECHNICAL ANd INfOrMATION LITErACy
  Lake Washington Technical College is accredited                The ability to understand and use computers,
  by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and                    software, and other equipment to perform job
  Universities (NWCCU), 8060 165th. Avenue NE, Suite             tasks and to search for, gather, evaluate, and
  100, Redmond, WA 98052-3981.                                   use information resources that may come in
                                                                 a variety of formats.




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                                                                    KEy TO COurSE PrEfIxES
                                                                    PrEfIx       COurSE NAME
                                                                    ABED         Adult Basic Education
                                                                    ACBT         Auto Collision Body Technician
                                                                    ACCT         Accounting
                                                                    ACPT         Auto Collision Paint Technician
                                                                    APPR         Apprenticeship
                                                                    ARCH         Architectural Graphics
                                                                    ARGT         Architectural Graphics
                                                                    ART          Art
                                                                    AUTO         Automotive Repair Technician
                                                                    BAKE         Baking
                                                                    BIOL         Biology
                                                                    BPMT         Building/Plant Maintenance
                                                                    BUHR         Human Resources
                                                                    BUSA         Business Applications Support
                                                                    CEGT         Civil Engineering Graphics
                                                                    CFOR         Information Assurance &
                                                                                 Computer Forensics
                                                                    CHEM         Chemistry
                                                                    CISA         Computer Applications
                                                                    CIVE         Civil Engineering Graphics
                                                                    CJUS         Criminal Justice
                                                                    COME         7-hr HIV AIDS Training
                                                                    COSM         Cosmetology
                                                                    CSNT         Computer Services & Network Technician
                                                                    CULA         Culinary Arts
                                                                    CWEX         Cooperative Work Experience
                                                                    DENT         Dental Assistant
                                                                    DFOM         Dental Front Office Manager
                                                                    DHET         Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician
                                                                    DHYG         Dental Hygiene
                                                                    EASL         English as a Second Language
                                                                    ECEM         Child Care Manager
                                                                    ECON         Economics
                                                                    EDUC         Education
                                                                    ELEC         Electronics Technician
                                                                    ENGL         English
                                                                    ENGR         Engineering Graphics




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KEy TO COurSE PrEfIxES continued
PrEfIx         COurSE NAME
ENGT           Engineering Graphics
FLDS           Floristry
FTNS           Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer
GEOG           Cartography
GISA           Geographic Info Systems
HMDS           College Strategies
HORT           Environmental Horticulture
HOSP           Hospitality
HOTL           Hotel Services & Operations
IFAD           First Aid/CPR
INTL           International Students
ITAD           Information Technology
               Applications Development
LEGL           Legal Support Professional
MACH           Machine Technology
MATH           Mathematics
MEDA           Medical Assisting
METR           Medical Transcription
MMDP           Multimedia Design & Production
NURS           Nursing
OFTC           Office Assistant
PAED           Parent Education
PEQT           Power Equipment, Marine
               & Motorcycle Service Technician
PHIL           Philosophy
PHYS           Physics
PMGT           Property Management
PRET           Pre-Employment Training
PRMT           Machine Technology
PSYC           Psychology
SHSV           Social and Human Services
SOCI           Sociology
SPCH           Speech
STEC           Science Technician
TRAN           Transportation Core
WELD           Welding Fabrication &
               Maintenance Technology




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              Programs by Division
                    buSINESS & SErvICE
                    Accounting ......................................................................................................................................16-20
                    Administrative Assistant ...................................................................................................................21-25
                    Baking Arts............................................................................................................................................34
                    Business Applications Support.........................................................................................................39-43
                    Child Care Manager..........................................................................................................................44-45
                    Cosmetology..........................................................................................................................................52
                    Culinary Arts (Commercial Cooking) ...............................................................................................53-54
                    Environmental Horticulture.............................................................................................................69-70
                    Floristry ...........................................................................................................................................73-74
                    Hospitality/Wine Education ...................................................................................................................75
                    Hotel Operations ..............................................................................................................................76-78
                    Human Resources Generalist ...............................................................................................................79
                    Legal Support Professional...............................................................................................................84-87
                    Office Assistant ...................................................................................................................................108
                    Property Management ..................................................................................................................111-113
                    Social & Human Services .............................................................................................................115-117

                    HEALTH & fITNESS
                    Dental .............................................................................................................................................55-60
                    Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer/Group Exercise Instructor ........................................................71-72
                    Medical Assistant..............................................................................................................................90-91
                    Medical Transcription ...........................................................................................................................92
                    Nursing ........................................................................................................................................105-107
                    Science Technician..............................................................................................................................114




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   INfOrMATION TECHNOLOGy
   Architectural Graphics .....................................................................................................................26-27
   Civil Engineering Graphics ...............................................................................................................46-47
   Computer Security & Network Technology .......................................................................................48-51
   Engineering Graphics.....................................................................................................................667-68
   Information Technology Applications Development (ITAD) .............................................................80-83
   Multimedia Design & Production (MMDP) ....................................................................................93-104

   MANufACTurING & TrANSPOrTATION TECHNOLOGIES
   Auto Collision Body Technician ........................................................................................................28-29
   Auto Collision Paint Technician........................................................................................................30-31
   Auto Repair Technician ....................................................................................................................32-33
   Building and Plant Maintenance......................................................................................................35-38
   Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician ............................................................................................61-62
   Electronics .......................................................................................................................................63-66
   Machine Technology ........................................................................................................................88-89
   Power Equipment, Marine & Motorcycle Service Technician .......................................................109-110
   Welding Fabrication & Maintenance ....................................................................................................118




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              Accounting
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                     TErM THrEE
                 102 CrEdITS                                             ACCT      220 Financial Accounting II                   5
                                                                         CISA      113 Excel II                                  4
                 The Accounting A.A.S. Degree prepares students                        Technical Elective                        5
                 to gain a solid background in accounting. General                     General Education                         5
                 education courses, business courses, and computer
                 skills related to accounting such as spreadsheets,      TErM fOur
                 computerized accounting software, and payroll           ACCT      230 Financial Accounting III                  5
                 systems complete the curriculum. Students find jobs     ACCT      255 Income Tax I                              5
                 in companies ranging from small proprietorships                       General Education                         5
                 to corporate accounting departments, governmental
                 organizations and public accounting firms.              TErM fIvE
                                                                         ACCT      256 Income Tax II                             5
                 Accounting AAS graduates will:                          ACCT      245 Computerized Accounting                   3
                 • Perform accounting tasks for small, medium,           ACCT      270 Managerial/Cost Accounting                5
                   and large sized businesses at entry or higher
                   level positions.                                      TErM SIx
                 • Effectively apply manual and computerized             ACCT      280 Accounting Projects                       3
                   systems to prepare accounting statements              ECON      201 Macro Economics                           5
                   and reports.
                                                                         ACCT      240 Payroll Accounting                        5
                 • Utilize spreadsheet software to record data and
                   prepare accounting-related reports.                                 General Education                         5
                 • Create and maintain payroll records required          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               102
                   under federal and state laws.                         GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS-25
                                                                         CrEdITS
                 Prerequisite: Keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or            Business Communications (BUSA 101)                      5
                 concurrent enrollment in a keyboarding class. Any       Written Communication                                   5
                 developmental coursework a student may be required      Oral Communication                                      5
                 to complete may increase the program length.            Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                                         Social Science                                          5
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                         each of the categories listed above.
                 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS
                 ACCT      111   Introduction to Accounting          5
                 ACCT      112   Business Calculator Applications    3
                 CISA      101   Computer Applications               2
                 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                         3
                                 General Education (Math)            5

                 TErM TWO
                 ACCT      210 Financial Accounting I                5
                 BUSA      102 Introduction to Business              5
                 CISA      112 Excel I                               4
                               General Education                     5




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Accounting Paraprofessional
 ACCOuNTING PArAPrOfESSIONAL                            TErM THrEE
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                             ACCT      220 Financial Accounting II                5
 90 CrEdITS                                             CISA      113 Excel II                               4
                                                                      Technical Elective                     5
 The Accounting Paraprofessional certificate program                  General Education                      5
 prepares students to gain extensive training in
 accounting through continuous application of           TErM fOur
 their accounting knowledge in many phases of the       ACCT      230   Financial Accounting III             5
 program. Students find jobs in companies ranging       ACCT      255   Income Tax I                         5
 from small proprietorships to corporate accounting     ACCT      105   QuickBooks                           3
 departments, governmental organizations and public     ACCT      240   Payroll Accounting                   5
 accounting firms.
                                                        TErM fIvE
 Prerequisites: Keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or          ACCT      256   Income Tax II                        5
 concurrent enrollment in a keyboarding class.
                                                        ACCT      245   Computerized Accounting              3
                                                        ACCT      270   Managerial/Cost Accounting           5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                        ACCT      280   Accounting Projects                  3
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS    TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                90
 ACCT      111   Introduction to Accounting         5   GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 ACCT      112   Business Calculator Applications   3   CrEdITS
 CISA      101   Computer Applications              2   BUSA      100 Business Math                           5
 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                        3   BUSA      101 Business Communications                 5
                 General Education (Math)           5                   Social Science                        5
                                                        See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 TErM TWO                                               each of the categories listed above.
 ACCT      210 Financial Accounting I               5
 BUSA      102 Introduction to Business             5
 CISA      112 Excel I                              4
               General Education                    5




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              Practical Accounting
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                              TErM fOur
                 72 CrEdITS                                              ACCT      105 QuickBooks                             3
                                                                         ACCT      230 Financial Accounting III               5
                 The Practical Accounting certificate program provides   ACCT      245 Computerized Accounting                3
                 students with an extensive training in accounting                     Technical Elective                     5
                 through continuous application of their accounting
                                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                72
                 knowledge in many phases of the program. Students
                 find jobs in companies ranging from small               GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                         CrEdITS
                 proprietorships to corporate accounting departments,
                 governmental organizations and public accounting        Business Communication                                5
                 firms.                                                  Business Math                                         5
                                                                         Social Science                                        5
                 Prerequisite: Keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or            See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 concurrent enrollment in a keyboarding class. Any       each of the categories listed above.
                 developmental coursework a student may be required
                                                                         TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–5 CrEdITS
                 to complete may increase the program length.
                                                                         ACCT      255 Income Tax I                         5
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          CISA      111 Word                                 4
                                                                         BUSA      180 Small Business Management            5
                 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS     CWEX      197 Co-op Work Experience              3-5
                 ACCT      111   Introduction to Accounting         5    CWEX      190 Co-op Seminar                        1
                 ACCT      112   Business Calculator Applications   3    See faculty adviser/instructor for pre-approval.
                 CISA      101   Computer Applications              2
                 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                        3
                                 General Education (Math)           5

                 TErM TWO
                 ACCT      210 Financial Accounting I               5
                 BUSA      102 Introduction to Business             5
                 CISA      112 Excel I                              4
                               General Education                    5

                 TErM THrEE
                 ACCT      220 Financial Accounting II              5
                 CISA      113 Excel II                             4
                 ACCT      240 Payroll Accounting                   5
                               General Education                    5




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Accounting Assistant
  ACCOuNTING ASSISTANT
  CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
  27 CrEdITS

  The Accounting Assistant certificate program
  prepares students for an accounting career by
  training, retraining or upgrading skills. Learn the
  basic accounting cycle, journals, ledgers and
  financial statements. Prepare for an accounting clerk
  position or with some experience, keep books for a
  small business.

  Prerequisite: Keyboarding skill of 30 wpm or
  concurrent enrollment in a keyboarding class. Any
  developmental coursework a student may be
  required to complete may increase the
  program length.

  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

  COurSES                                     CrEdITS
  ACCT       111   Introduction to Accounting         5
  ACCT       112   Business Calculator Applications   3
  ACCT       210   Financial Accounting I             5
  CISA       101   Computer Applications              2
  ACCT       220   Financial Accounting II            5
  CISA       112   Excel I                            4

[ ACCT
    - OR -
  ACCT
             245   Computerized Accounting

             105 Quickbooks
                                                      3

                                                      3
  TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               27




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              Accounting Entrepreneurship
                 ACCOuNTING ENTrEPrENEurSHIP
                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                 30 CrEdITS

                 The Entrepreneurship program is designed to
                 prepare individuals to start their own business.
                 Students will acquire knowledge regarding the
                 principles of accounting, marketing, and
                 management as they pertain to starting and
                 managing a small business. Students will write
                 a business plan and gain exposure to the laws
                 governing business (with a regional focus). Finally,
                 students will learn how to manage financial and
                 human resources as well as market their business.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
                 ACCT      111   Introduction to Accounting         5
                 BUSA      102   Introduction to Business           5
                 BUSA      250   Business Law                       5
                 BUSA      180   Small Bus Management               5
                 BUSA      210   Entrepreneurship                   5
                                 Technical Electives                5

                 TECHNICAL ELECTIvES
                 BUSA      220   Business Promotions                5
                 BUSA      230   Business Investment                5
                 ACCT      105   Quickbooks                         3
                 BUSA      191   Customer Service/Help Desk         3
                 CISA      172   E-Commerce                         4
                 ECON      201   Macro Economics                    5
                 OFTC      111   Business English                   5
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                              30
                 See faculty adviser/instructor for pre-approval.




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Administrative Assistant
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TErM THrEE
 111 CrEdITS                                              ACCT      111   Introduction to Accounting              5
                                                          CISA      112   Excel I                                 4
 The Administrative Assistant A.A.S. degree program       OFTC      121   Business English II                     5
 covers additional material not covered in the            PSYC      100   Human Relations                         5
 certificate program such as desktop publishing,
 business law, and office administration. Students will   TErM fOur
 find positions as administrative assistants and office   CISA      114   Access                                  4
 managers, and can expect to be favorably positioned      CISA      124   PowerPoint                              3
 for career ladder moves. The program also provides       BUSA      250   Business Law                            5
 a foundation for sitting for the Certified               CISA      235   Outlook                                 2
 Professional Secretary exam after completion of 2                        General Education                       5
 years working in the field. Any developmental course
 work a student may be required to complete may           TErM fIvE
 increase the program length.                             ITAD      112 HTML                                      5
                                                          CISA      215 Publisher                                 3
 Administrative Assistant AAS graduates will:             BUSA      100 Business Math                             5
 • Be prepared for employment as administrative
                                                                        General Education                         5
   professionals supporting higher management.
 • Integrate various Microsoft applications and
                                                          TErM SIx
   prepare to take MOS certification.
 • Organize and maintain business files and records       CISA      225   Integ Appl Bus Productivity             3
   both manually and electronically.                      CISA      154   Front Page                              4
 • Demonstrate a basic understanding of economics,        BUSA      198   Job Search                              2
   accounting and business law as well as a strong        HMDS      101   InfoPower                               2
   understanding of organizational communication                          General Education                       5
   patterns.                                              TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               111

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring.                   GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                          CrEdITS
                                                          Written Communication                                   5
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
                                                          Oral Communication                                      5
 CISA      120   Business Desktop Management        5
                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
 CISA      220   Office Administration              3
                                                          Social Science                                          5
 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                        3     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 OFTC      110   Office Skills                      3     each of the categories listed above.
                 General Education                  5

 TErM TWO
 CISA      111   Word                               4
 OFTC      111   Business English I                 5
 OFTC      106   Keyboard Skillbuilding I           3
 BUSA      101   Business Communications            5
 BUSA      191   Customer Service/Help Desk         3




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              Administrative Assistant
                 HuMAN rESOurCES                                        CISA      124   PowerPoint                           3
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                             CISA      154   FrontPage                            4
                 84 CrEdITS                                             CISA      120   Business Desktop Management          5
                                                                        CISA      225   Integrated Applications              3
                 The Human Resources certificate is designed to         CISA      235   Outlook                              2
                 teach the basic office skills for a Human Resources    OFTC      105   Keyboarding                          3
                 Office. These skills include basic employment law,     OFTC      106   Keyboard Skillbuilding I             3
                 administrative procedures, computer skills, and        OFTC      110   Office Skills                        3
                 records processing. Students may find jobs as          OFTC      111   Business English I                   5
                 Human Resources Assistants or general
                                                                        OFTC      121   Business English II                  5
                 clerical support.
                                                                        TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                84
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring.                 GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENT–15
                                                                        CrEdITS
                 COurSES                                     CrEdITS    Social Science (PSYC 100)                             5
                 ACCT      111 Introduction to Accounting          5    Written Communication                                 5
                 BUHR      150 Human Resources/                         Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                               Ethics Time Management              3    See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 BUHR      151 Human Resource                           each of the categories listed above.
                               Information System                  4
                 BUHR      159 Human Resources Overview            1
                 BUHR      183 Employment Law I                    3
                 BUSA      191 Customer Service/Help Desk          3
                 BUSA      198 Job Search Skills                   2
                 CISA      111 Word                                4
                 CISA      112 Excel I                             4
                 CISA      114 Access                              4




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Administrative Assistant
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                               TErM THrEE
 79 CrEdITS                                               BUSA      191   Customer Service/Help Desk           3
                                                          CISA      124   PowerPoint                           3
 The Administrative Assistant certificate program         CISA      235   Outlook                              2
 gives students extensive training in the areas of        CISA      112   Excel I                              4
 keyboarding, word processing, office procedures,         PSYC      100   Human Relations                      5
 interpersonal skills, business English, organizational                   Technical Elective                   3
 skills, and accounting. Computer skills are
 emphasized in all areas of training. Mastery of these    TErM fOur
 skills prepares students for full time employment in     CISA      114 Access                                 4
 a variety of office positions. Students find positions   BUSA      100 Business Math                          5
 such as secretaries, word processors, administrative     CISA      225 Integrated Applications
 assistants, receptionists and bookkeepers. Any                         for Business Productivity              3
 developmental course work a student may be               CISA      154 Front Page                             4
 required to complete may increase the                    BUSA      198 Job Search                             2
 program length.                                                        Technical Elective                     3

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring.                   TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                79
                                                          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS     CrEdITS
 CISA      120   Business Desktop Management        5     Written Communication (BUSA 101)                      5
 OFTC      111   Business English I                 5     Quantitative Reasoning (BUSA 100)                     5
 CISA      111   Word                               4     Social Science (PSYC 100)                             5
 OFTC      110   Office Skills                      3     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                          each of the categories listed above.
 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                        3

 TErM TWO
 ACCT      111   Introduction to Accounting         5
 OFTC      121   Business English II                5
 OFTC      106   Keyboard Skillbuilding I           3
 BUSA      101   Business Communications            5




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              Administrative Assistant
                 AdMINISTrATIvE SuPPOrT                                  HEALTH OffICE OCCuPATIONS
                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                               CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                 44 CrEdITS                                              36.5 CrEdITS

                 The Administrative Support certificate program          The Health Occupations option is designed to meet
                 gives students extensive training in the areas of       the needs of basic office skills for the medical
                 keyboarding, word processing, interpersonal skills,     and dental settings by teaching customer service,
                 organizational skills and office procedures. Computer   computer skills, record processing and legal
                 skills are emphasized in all areas of training.         requirements. Students may find jobs as Customer
                 Students find support positions that require a broad    Service Representatives, Accounts Receivable
                 base of software knowledge for entry level data         Representatives, Medical Records Clerk and
                 processing, information tracking and reception. Any     general clerical support in a medical setting. Any
                 developmental coursework a student may be required      developmental coursework a student my be required
                 to complete may increase the program length.            to complete may increase the program length.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS      TErM ONE                                  CrEdITS
                 CISA      111 Word                               4      BUSA     111   Business Computer Applications   3
                 CISA      120 Business Desktop Management        5      MEDA     115   Law and Ethics                   4
                 OFTC      105 Keyboarding                        3      MEDA     116   Medical Terminology I            5
                               Technical Elective                 3      OFTC     106   Keyboard Skillbuilding I         3
                                                                         OFTC     111   Business English I               5
                 TErM TWO                                                ACCT     111   Introduction to Accounting       5
                 OFTC      106 Keyboard Skill Building I          3      BUSA     191   Customer Service                 3
                               or Demonstrated Proficiency
                                                                         BUSA     198   Job Search Skills                2
                 CISA      112 Excel I                            4
                                                                         IFAD     156   First Aid/CPR                  0.5
                 CISA      124 PowerPoint                         3
                                                                         MEDA     114   Coding/Billing/Insurance         3
                 CISA      235 Outlook                            2
                                                                         OFTC     110   Office Skills                    3
                 BUSA      198 Job Search Skills                  2
                                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            36.5
                 TErM THrEE
                 BUSA      191 Customer Service/Help Desk         3
                 CISA      114 Access                             4
                               Technical Elective                 3
                 PSYC      100 Human Relations                    5
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            44




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Administrative Assistant
 dENTAL OffICE OCCuPATIONS                               OffICE OCCuPATIONS
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                               CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 30.5 CrEdITS                                            19 CrEdITS

 The Health Occupations option is designed               This Certificate program is designed to prepare
 to meet the needs of basic office skills for the        students to gain employment in entry level office
 medical and dental settings by teaching customer        assistant or customer service positions. Students
 service, computer skills, record processing and         will acquire problems solving, communication and
 legal requirements. Students may find jobs as           job search skills. The following program outlines
 Customer Service Representatives, Accounts              the courses students will take to complete this one
 Receivable Representatives, Medical Records Clerk       quarter Customized Job Skills Training.
 and general clerical support in a medical setting.
 Any developmental coursework a student may be           Admission Dates: Beginning of each quarter.
 required to complete may increase the
 program length.                                         TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS
                                                         CISA      101   Computer Applications             2
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          CISA      120   Business Desktop Management       5
                                                         BUSA      198   Job Search Skills                 2
 COurSES                                     CrEdITS     PSYC      100   Human Relations                   5
 ACCT      112   Business Calculator Applications 3      PRET      099   Office Skills                     5
 BUSA      111   Business Computer Applications     3
                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             19
 BUSA      191   Customer Service                   3
 BUSA      198   Job Search Skills                  2
 DENT      111   Introduction to Dental Assisting   2
 DENT      114   Ethics/Law & Office Management 2
 DFOM      116   Dental Office Overview             4
 IFAD      156   First Aid/CPR                    0.5
 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                        3
 OFTC      106   Keyboard Skillbuilding I           3
 OFTC      111   Business English I                 5
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            30.5




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              Architectural Graphics
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                     ARGT      232 Architectural Graph–
                 120 CrEdITS                                                           Commercial II                             4
                                                                         ARGT      233 Architectural Graph–
                 This program’s intent is to prepare students for                      Commercial III                            4
                 careers with construction firms, architectural          ARGT      241 Architectural Illustration                4
                 product manufacturers, building design firms, city,     ARGT      261 Architectural Problems I                  4
                 county and state architectural and civil engineering    ARGT      262 Architectural Problems II                 4
                 departments and corporate architectural and civil       CEGT      211 Civil Engineering Graphics I              4
                                                                                       Civil Engineering Graphics Elective       4
                 engineering departments. Technicians are needed
                 to develop site plans, construction details, building   CISA      101 Computer Applications                     2
                 designs, cost estimates, specification plans for        ENGR      111 Engineering Graphics I                    4
                 remodeling and additions to existing buildings.         ENGR      113 Dimensioning & Tolerancing                4
                 Any developmental coursework a student may be           ENGR      115 Engineering Graphics II                   4
                 required to complete may increase the                   ENGT      101 Introduction to Technology                1
                 program length.                                         ENGT      102 Technical Employment Preparation          1
                                                                         ENGT      131 Computer Aided
                 Architectural Graphics AAS graduates will:                            Drafting & Design I                       4
                 • Be prepared for entry-level positions in the          ENGT      132 Computer Aided
                                                                                       Drafting & Design II                      4
                    architectural engineering field.
                                                                         ENGT      133 Computer Aided
                 • Demonstrate skills as problem solvers,                              Drafting & Design III                     4
                    design thinkers                                      ENGT      202 Specialized Tech
                 • Be well grounded in basic drafting fundamentals,                    Employment Prep                           2
                    concepts and techniques.                                           Technical Electives                       3
                 • Perform to current industry standards and be
                    reliable members of today’s workforce.               TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               120
                 • Demonstrate skills in research techniques & use       GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
                    of library resources.                                CrEdITS
                                                                         Physics (PHYS 114)                                      5
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          Written Communication                                   5
                                                                         Oral Communication                                      5
                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                      CrEdITS     Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 ARCH      201 History of American Architecture      3   Social Science                                          5
                 ARCH      205 Theory of Architecture                3   See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 ARGT      111 Architectural Print Reading I         2   each of the categories listed above.
                 ARGT      112 Construction Techniques               4
                 ARGT      121 Architectural Graphics                4   TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–3 CrEdITS
                 ARGT      211 Architectural Print Reading II        2   Technical electives may be taken from ARGT, ARCH,
                 ARGT      221 Architectural Graph–                      CEGT, CIVE, ENGT, GEOG, or GISA areas. Student
                               Residential I                         4   should consult an academic adviser.
                 ARGT      222 Architectural Graph–
                               Residential II                        4
                 ARGT      225 Construction Mgmt & Estimating        4
                 ARGT      231 Architectural Graph–
                               Commercial I                          4




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Architectural Graphics
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                ENGR      111 Engineering Graphics I                 4
 83 CrEdITS                                                ENGR      113 Dimensioning & Tolerancing             4
                                                           ENGR      115 Engineering Graphics II                4
 The architectural graphics certificate option prepares    ENGT      101 Introduction to Technology             1
 students for careers with construction firms,             ENGT      131 Computer Aided
 architectural product manufacturers, building design                    Drafting & Design I                    4
 firms, city, county and state engineering departments     ENGT      132 Computer Aided
 and corporate engineering departments. Technicians                      Drafting & Design II                   4
 are needed to develop site plans, construction details,   ENGT      102 Technical Employment Preparation       1
 building designs, cost estimates, specification plans                   Technical Electives                    9
 for remodeling and additions to existing buildings.       TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                83
 Any developmental coursework a student may be
                                                           GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 required to complete may increase the                     CrEdITS
 program length.                                           Written Communication                                 5
                                                           Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.            Social Science                                        5
                                                           See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                      CrEdITS
                                                           each of the categories listed above.
 ARGT      111   Architectural Print Reading I        2
 ARCH      201   History of American Architecture     3    TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–9 CrEdITS
 ARGT      112   Construction Techniques              4    Technical electives may be taken from ARGT, ARCH,
 ARGT      121   Architectural Graphics               4    CEGT, CIVE, ENGT, GEOG, or GISA areas. Student
 ENGT      133   Computer Aided                            should consult an academic adviser.
                 Drafting & Design III                4
 ARGT      221   Architectural Graph–Residential I    4
 ARGT      222   Architectural Graph–Residential II   4
 ARGT      211   Architectural Print Reading II       2
 ARGT      225   Construction Mgmt & Estimating       4
 CEGT      211   Civil Engineering Graphics I         4
 CISA      101   Computer Applications                2




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              Auto Collision Body Technician
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                     TErM THrEE
                 113 CrEdITS                                             ACBT      131 Metal Straightening Techniques            6
                                                                         ACBT      132 Surface Preparation                       5
                 This program consists of two quarters of general        ACBT      133 Measuring Systems                         5
                 collision repair training followed by four quarters                   General Education                         5
                 of specialized training in auto body repair. The
                 laboratory area is designed to simulate an actual       TErM fOur
                 industry repair shop environment and offers the         ACBT      211 Auto Body Welding                         4
                 most current tools, equipment and computerized          ACBT      212 Damage Identification & Analysis          5
                 instruments available. Students will spend their        ACBT      213 Panel Replacement
                 first quarter of training in a transportation core                    & Adjustment I                            6
                 curriculum. Hazardous material handling and                           General Education                         5
                 management skills are included to strengthen
                 technical training. Any developmental coursework a      TErM fIvE
                 student may be required to complete may increase        ACBT      221 Panel Replacement
                 the program length. Please note that term five and                    & Adjustment II                           8
                 term six will be offered on a different schedule and    ACBT      222 Unibody & Frame Alignment                 7
                 may not be offered every quarter.
                                                                         TErM SIx
                 Auto Collision Body Technician AAS graduates will:      ACBT      231 Mechanical & Electrical Systems           5
                 • Be prepared for employment as automotive              ACBT      232 Glass Replacement                         5
                   collision body technicians.                           ACBT      233 Advanced Shop Procedures                  5
                 • Meet ASE and I-CAR skill standards.
                                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               113
                 • Be prepared to successfully pass the ASE industry
                   certification.                                        GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                                         CrEdITS
                 • Dismantle collision related components
                   (Tear Down), replace damaged parts (R&R), and         Written Communication                                   5
                   straighten dents.                                     Oral Communication                                      5
                                                                         Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          Social Science                                          5
                                                                         See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS      each of the categories listed above.
                 TRAN      110   Computer Basics/Transport Trades    2
                 TRAN      112   Shop and Business Practices         5
                 TRAN      113   Basic Electrical Systems            4
                 TRAN      125   Mechanical Principles               5
                                 General Education                   5

                 TErM TWO
                 ACBT      121 Basic Body Repair/Refinishing        10
                 ACBT      122 Collision Est/Elec. Disarm            6
                               General Education                     5




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Auto Collision Body Technician
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                              TErM THrEE
 79-83 CrEdITS                                           ACBT      131 Metal Straightening Techniques         6
                                                         ACBT      132 Surface Preparation                    5
 The Auto Collision Body Technician program              ACBT      133 Measuring Systems                      5
 prepares technicians to work in the Auto Collision                    General Education                      5
 industry. The laboratory area simulates an actual
 industry repair shop environment and offers the         TErM fOur
 most current tools, equipment and computerized          ACBT      211 Auto Body Welding                4
 instruments available. The first quarter of training    ACBT      212 Damage Identification & Analysis 5
 is spent in a transportation core curriculum. The       ACBT      213 Panel Replacement & Adjustment I 6

                                                         [
 remaining quarters are spent learning the elements                    General Education Elective
 of auto body repair technical skills in preparation     - OR -
 for entry-level employment. Hazardous material                          Special Projects                   1-5
 handling and management skills are included to
 strengthen technical training. Any developmental        TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            79-83
 coursework a student may be required to complete        GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 may increase the program length. The program            CrEdITS
 offers several certificate options. The certificates    Written Communication                                 5
 added together create a career ladder with expand-      Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 able learning opportunities. The certificate programs   Social Science                                        5
 meet part of the requirements for the A.A.S. degree.    See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                         each of the categories listed above.
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS
 TRAN      110 Computer Basics/
               Transportation Trades                2
 TRAN      112 Shop and Business Practices          5
 TRAN      113 Basic Electrical Systems             4
 TRAN      125 Mechanical Principles                5
               General Education                    5

 TErM TWO
 ACBT      121 Basic Body Repair/Refinishing      10
 ACBT      122 Collision Estimate/Elec. Disarm     6
               General Education                   5




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              Auto Collision Paint Technician
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                        TErM THrEE
                 112 CrEdITS                                                ACPT      131 Automotive Finishes I                     6
                                                                            ACPT      132 Refinish Preparation                      6
                 This program consists of six months of general             ACPT      133 Spray Gun Operation                       3
                 collision repair technical skills followed by twelve                     General Education                         5
                 months of specialized training in auto painting
                 and refinishing. The laboratory area is designed to        TErM fOur
                 simulate an actual industry repair environment and         ACPT      211 Paint Application I                       6
                 includes a high-technology state-of-the-art painting       ACPT      212 Paint Mixing                              3
                 booth with the latest in high-tech equipment.              ACPT      213 Paint Tinting & Matching I                6
                 Students will spend their first quarter of training in a
                 transportation core curriculum. Hazardous material         TErM fIvE
                 management and management skills are included              ACPT      221 Automotive Finishes II                    6
                 to strengthen technical skills. Any developmental          ACPT      222 Paint Application II                      6
                 coursework a student may be required to complete           ACPT      223 Paint Tinting & Matching II               3
                 may increase the program length. Please note that                        General Education                         5
                 term V and term VI will be offered on a different
                 schedule and may not be offered every quarter.             TErM SIx
                                                                            ACPT      231 Paint Problems                            6
                 Auto Collision Paint Technician AAS graduates will:        ACPT      232 Specialized Paint Finishes                6
                 • Prepare for employment as automotive collision           ACPT      233 Pinstriping & Detailing                   3
                   paint technicians.
                 • Meet ASE and I-CAR skill standards.                      TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               112
                 • Evaluate surface substrates in planning sequences
                   needed in prepping a surface for required                GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                                            CrEdITS
                   surface coatings.
                                                                            Written Communication                                   5
                 • Evaluate surface condition, featheredge, sand,
                   mask, and apply undercoat products.                      Oral Communication                                      5
                                                                            Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.             Social Science                                          5
                                                                            See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS       each of the categories listed above.
                 TRAN      110   Computer Basics/Transport Trades     2
                                                                            TECHNICAL ELECTIvE–OPTIONAL
                 TRAN      112   Shop and Business Practices          5
                                                                            See faculty adviser/instructor for pre-approval.
                 TRAN      113   Basic Electrical Systems             4
                 TRAN      125   Mechanical Principles                5
                                 General Education                    5

                 TErM TWO
                 ACPT      121 Basic Body Repair/Refinishing         10
                 ACPT      122 Collision Estimate/Elec. Disarm        6
                               General Education                      5




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Auto Collision Paint Technician
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                TErM TWO
 77 CrEdITS                                                ACPT      121 Basic Body Repair/Refinishing         10
                                                           ACPT      122 Collision Estimate/Elec. Disarm        6
 These certificate programs prepare students for                         General Education                      5
 entry-level positions in the auto painting and
 refinishing industry. The laboratory area simulates       TErM THrEE
 an actual industry repair environment and includes        ACPT      131 Automotive Finishes I                  6
 a high-technology painting booth. First quarter is        ACPT      132 Refinish Preparation                   6
 spent training in a transportation core curricu-          ACPT      133 Spray Gun Operation                    3
 lum. The remaining quarters are spent developing                        General Education                      5
 general automotive painting and refinishing skills.
 Hazardous material management and management              TErM fOur
 skills are included to strengthen technical skills. Any   ACPT      211 Paint Application I                    6
 developmental coursework a student may be                 ACPT      212 Paint Mixing                           3
 required to complete may increase the program             ACPT      213 Paint Tinting & Matching I             6
 length. The program offers several certificate
 options. The certificates added together create a         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                77
 career ladder with expandable learning opportunities.     GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 The certificate programs meet part of the                 CrEdITS
 requirements for the A.A.S. degree.                       Written Communication                                 5
                                                           Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.            Social Science                                        5
                                                           See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS       each of the categories listed above.
 TRAN      110 Computer Basics/
               Transportation Trades                 2
 TRAN      112 Shop and Business Practices           5
 TRAN      113 Basic Electrical Systems              4
 TRAN      125 Mechanical Principles                 5
               General Education                     5




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              Auto Repair Technician
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      COurSE                                       CrEdITS
                 117 CrEdITS                                              TRAN      110 Computer Basics/
                                                                                        Transportation Trades                  2
                 Today’s automobile is designed and engineered at a       TRAN      112 Shop and Business Practices            5
                 higher level of technology than ever before. This        TRAN      113 Basic Electrical Systems               4
                 produces a high demand for trained repair                TRAN      125 Mechanical Principles                  5
                 technicians who can meet the increased technical         AUTO      120 Electrical/Electronics Systems        14
                 challenges. This program prepares students for           AUTO      124 Maintenance Procedures                 2
                 employment in automotive dealership service              AUTO      134 Engine Performance–Ignition            4
                 centers, independent repair shops, and specialty or      AUTO      135 Engine Performance–Fuel                4
                 customized shops. The auto repair technician field       AUTO      136 Engine Performance–Emission            4
                 is rapidly changing and relies more and more on          AUTO      138 Engine Performance–
                 advanced knowledge–particularly in the electrical                      Comp. Controls                         4
                 and electronics areas. As a well-trained technician      AUTO      140 Brake Systems                         10
                 with current skills, you can expect rapid employment     AUTO      144 Suspension, Steering & Alignment       6
                 and a steady rising income. In addition this program     AUTO      210 Engine Repair                         10
                 includes preparation for the ASE (Automotive Service     AUTO      215 Heating and Air
                 Excellence) certification.                                             Conditioning Service                      6
                                                                          AUTO      220 Automatic Transmission
                 Auto Repair Technician AAS graduates will:                             and Transaxles                            8
                 • Perform repairs on various vehicles and                AUTO      225 Manual Transmission and Axles             8
                   components                                             AUTO      298 Job Search                                1
                 • Meet minimum competency in seven categories            TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               117
                   identified as essential for employability: adherence
                   to policy/attendance, technical knowledge/skill        GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                                          CrEdITS
                   application, work planning, quality of work,           Written Communication                                   5
                   interpersonal skills, and oral/written
                                                                          Oral Communication                                      5
                   communication.
                 • Be prepared to succeed on the ASE certification.       Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                                          Social Science                                          5
                 The following program outline is the sequence of         See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                          each of the categories listed above.
                 courses for this area of study. It is the student’s
                 responsibility to work out his or her individual
                 schedule with a counselor or adviser.
                 • TRAN 110, 112, 113, and 125 must be taken in
                    the first quarter.
                 • AUTO 120 Electrical/Electronics must be
                    completed before Engine Performance Series
                    (AUTO 134, 135, 136 and 138)
                 • AUTO 298 must be completed in the last quarter
                    of training
                 • CWEX Cooperative Work Experience may be
                    completed in the student’s last 2 quarters of
                    training, used as a requirement for classes within
                    the quarter the student is registered for by
                    instructor permission only.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.




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Auto Repair Technician
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                COurSE                                       CrEdITS
 89 CrEdITS                                                TRAN      110 Computer Basics/
                                                                         Transportation Trades                  2
 Today’s automobile is designed and engineered at a        TRAN      112 Shop and Business Practices            5
 higher level of technology than ever before. This         TRAN      113 Basic Electrical Systems               4
 produces a high demand for trained repair                 TRAN      125 Mechanical Principles                  5
 technicians who can meet the increased technical          AUTO      120 Electrical/Electronics Systems        14
 challenges. This program prepares students for            AUTO      124 Maintenance Procedures                 2
 employment in independent repair shops, and
 specialty or customized shops. The auto repair            TECHNICAL ELECTIvES: SELECT A MINIMuM Of
 technician field is rapidly changing and relies more      42 CrEdITS WITH INSTruCTOr APPrOvAL
 and more on advanced knowledge - particularly in          AUTO      134 Eng. Performance–
                                                                         Ignition Systems                       4
 the electrical and electronics areas. As a well-trained
 technician with current skills, you can expect rapid      AUTO      135 Eng. Performance–Fuel Systems          4
 employment and a steadily rising income. In addition      AUTO      136 Eng. Performance–
                                                                         Emission Systems                       4
 this program includes preparation for the ASE
                                                           AUTO      138 Eng. Performance–
 (Automotive Service Excellence) certification.                          Comp. Controls                         4
                                                           AUTO      140 Brake Systems                         10
 The following program outline is the sequence of          AUTO      144 Suspension, Steering & Alignment       6
 courses for this area of study. It is the student’s       AUTO      210 Engine Repair                         10
 responsibility to work out his or her individual sched-   AUTO      215 Heating and Air
 ule with a counselor or adviser.                                        Conditioning Service                   6
 • TRAN 110, 112, 113, and 125 must be taken               AUTO      220 Automatic Transmission
    before Technical Electives                                           and Transaxles                         8
 • AUTO 120 Electrical/Electronics must be                 AUTO      225 Manual Transmission and Axles          8
    completed before Engine Performance Series             AUTO      298 Job Search                             1
    (AUTO 134, 135, 136 and 138)
 • AUTO 298 must be completed in the last quarter          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                89
    of training                                            GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 • CWEX Cooperative Work Experience may be                 CrEdITS
    completed in the student’s last 2 quarters of          Written Communication                                 5
    training and used as a requirement for classes         Quantitative Reasoning                                5
    within the quarter the student is registered for by    Social Science                                        5
    instructor permission only.                            See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                           each of the categories listed above.
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.




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              baking Arts
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TErM TWO
                 120 CrEdITS                                              BAKE      101 Introduction to Bakery                15
                                                                                        General Education                     10
                 The Baking Arts program prepares student for
                 management positions in fine bakery establishments.      TErM THrEE
                 Students will receive comprehensive instructions         BAKE      102 Cake Decorating/
                 regarding the preparation of creams, custards,                         Working Chocolate                     15
                 pudding and related sauces. Lectures and                               General Education                      5
                 demonstrations teach yeast raised dough mixing
                 methods, rolled in dough and basic cake mixing           TErM fOur
                 methods as well as decorating styles and techniques.     BAKE      103 Advanced Bakery Technique             15
                 Coursework will also cover the selection and proper                    General Education                      5
                 use and handling of various chocolates used in
                 baking and decorating. Program emphasis will be on       TErM fIvE
                 learning bakery skills and management of bakery          CULA      218 Supervision                           15
                 operations.                                                            Technical Elective                     2

                 Baking Arts AAS graduates will:                          TErM SIx
                 • Be prepared for employment as Bakers, Baker            CULA      235 Management                            15
                   Helpers, Baker Apprentices.                            CULA      137 Nutrition in Food Service              3
                 • Be prepared for Certification from the American
                   Culinary Federation as a Certified Pastry              TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               120
                   Culinarian.                                            GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                 • Obtain a variety of industry certificates including:   CrEdITS
                   1st Aid, CPR, Food Handler Permit, and Serv-Safe       Written Communication                                   5
                   Certification.                                         Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                                          Oral Communications                                     5
                 Prerequisite: Completion of Math 70 or equivalent        Social Science                                          5
                 placement scores.                                        See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                          each of the categories listed above.
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
                 HOSP      101   Introduction to Hospitality         3
                 HOSP      103   Introduction to Management          3
                 HOSP      106   Hospitality Basics                  4
                 HOSP      110   Hospitality Service                10




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building & Plant Maintenance
 ELECTrONICS ENdOrSEMENT                                  TErM THrEE
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      BPMT      131 Electrical Troubleshooting II          1
 107-111 CrEdITS                                          BPMT      132 Electrical Troubleshooting
                                                                        Laboratory II                          4
 This program prepares technicians to work in             BPMT      133 Programmable Controls                  6
 building and office complexes, food processing           BPMT      134 Programmable Controls Lab              5
 plants, and a wide variety of industrial and                           General Education Requirement          5
 manufacturing plants where technicians are
 responsible for operating, maintaining, and trouble-     TErM fOur
 shooting heating and cooling equipment. The              BPMT      241   Boiler Principles                    9
 equipment includes but is not limited to motors and      BPMT      242   Boiler Operation                     2
 controls, and electronic, pneumatic, hydraulic, and      BPMT      243   Mechanical Maintenance               3
 mechanical systems. Any developmental coursework         BPMT      244   Mechanical Maintenance Lab           2
 a student may be required to complete may increase       IFAD      151   Industrial First Aid                 1
 the program length.

 Building & Plant Maintenance AAS graduates will:         TErM fIvE
 • Obtain employment as Maintenance Technicians           ELEC      135 D.C. Electricity and Electronics   5
   and Facilities Engineers.                              ELEC      136 A.C. Electricity and Electronics   5
 • Be prepared for a wide range of entry to mid-level     ELEC      137 Intro to Semiconductors/
   positions with emphasis on electronic skills,                        Analog Electronics                 5
   machining skills and welding skills.                   CWEX      190 Cooperative Work
 • Be prepared to take the EPA Universal Technician                     Experience Seminar                 1
   Certification, the City of Seattle DPD Refrigeration   CWEX      197 Cooperative Work
   Operating Engineer, and Boiler Fireman License                       Experience Seminar               1-5
   examinations.                                                        General Education Requirement      5
 • Meet the industry skill standards to operate,          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                         107-111
   troubleshoot, maintain refrigeration & heating
   equipment and repair and replace mechanical/           GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                          CrEdITS
   electrical devices.                                    Written Communication                                 5
                                                          Oral Communication                                    5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, summer.
                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
                                                          Social Science                                        5
                                                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for each
 BPMT      111 Refrigeration Principles            10
                                                          of the categories listed above.
 BPMT      112 Refrigeration Servicing              6
 BPMT      113 Licensing Requirements               3
               General Education Requirement        5

 TErM TWO
 BPMT      121 Electrical Troubleshooting I          4
 BPMT      122 Electrical Troubleshooting
               Laboratory I                          3
 BPMT      123 Motor Control Principles              6
 BPMT      124 Motor Control Lab                     5
               General Education Requirement         5




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              building & Plant Maintenance
                 MACHINING ENdOrSEMENT                                    TErM THrEE
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      BPMT      131 Electrical Troubleshooting II          1
                 107-111 CrEdITS                                          BPMT      132 Electrical Troubleshooting
                                                                                        Laboratory II                          4
                 This program prepares technicians to work in             BPMT      133 Programmable Controls                  6
                 building and office complexes, food processing plants,   BPMT      134 Programmable Controls Lab              5
                 and a wide variety of industrial and manufacturing                     General Education Requirement          5
                 plants where technicians are responsible for
                 operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting heating      TErM fOur
                 and cooling equipment. The equipment includes but        BPMT      241   Boiler Principles                    9
                 is not limited to motors and controls, and electronic,   BPMT      242   Boiler Operation                     2
                 pneumatic, hydraulic, and mechanical systems. Any        BPMT      243   Mechanical Maintenance               3
                 developmental coursework a student may be required       BPMT      244   Mechanical Maintenance Lab           2
                 to complete may increase the program length.             IFAD      151   Industrial First Aid                 1

                 Building & Plant Maintenance AAS graduates will:         TErM fIvE
                 • Obtain employment as Maintenance Technicians           MACH      110 Fundamentals of Machining       8
                   and Facilities Engineers.                              MACH      112 Machining Level I               7
                 • Be prepared for a wide range of entry to mid-level     ELEC      137 Intro to Semiconductors/
                   positions with emphasis on electronic skills,                        Analog Electronics              5
                   machining skills and welding skills.                   CWEX      190 Cooperative Work
                 • Be prepared to take the EPA Universal Technician                     Experience Seminar              1
                   Certification, the City of Seattle DPD Refrigeration   CWEX      197 Cooperative Work
                   Operating Engineer, and Boiler Fireman License                       Experience Seminar            1-5
                   examinations.                                                        General Education Requirement   5
                 • Meet the industry skill standards to operate,
                                                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                         107-111
                   troubleshoot, maintain refrigeration & heating
                   equipment and repair and replace mechanical/           GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                                          CrEdITS
                   electrical devices.
                                                                          Written Communication                                 5
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter summer.                    Oral Communication                                    5
                                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS      Social Science                                        5
                 BPMT      111 Refrigeration Principles            10     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for each
                 BPMT      112 Refrigeration Servicing              6     of the categories listed above.
                 BPMT      113 Licensing Requirements               3
                               General Education Requirement        5

                 TErM TWO
                 BPMT      121 Electrical Troubleshooting I          4
                 BPMT      122 Electrical Troubleshooting
                               Laboratory I                          3
                 BPMT      123 Motor Control Principles              6
                 BPMT      124 Motor Control Lab                     5
                               General Education Requirement         5




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                                                                                     Programs of Study                 2

building & Plant Maintenance
 WELdING ENdOrSEMENT                                      TErM THrEE
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE                             BPMT      131 Electrical Troubleshooting II          1
 107-111 CrEdITS                                          BPMT      132 Electrical Troubleshooting
                                                                        Laboratory II                          4
 This program prepares technicians to work in             BPMT      133 Programmable Controls                  6
 building and office complexes, food processing           BPMT      134 Programmable Controls Lab              5
 plants, and a wide variety of industrial and                           General Education Requirement          5
 manufacturing plants where technicians are
 responsible for operating, maintaining, and trouble-     TErM fOur
 shooting heating and cooling equipment. The              BPMT      241   Boiler Principles                    9
 equipment includes but is not limited to motors and      BPMT      242   Boiler Operation                     2
 controls, and electronic, pneumatic, hydraulic, and      BPMT      243   Mechanical Maintenance               3
 mechanical systems. Any developmental coursework         BPMT      244   Mechanical Maintenance Lab           2
 a student may be required to complete may increase       IFAD      151   Industrial First Aid                 1
 the program length.
                                                          TErM fIvE
 Building & Plant Maintenance AAS graduates will:         WELD      111 Welding Theory                  5
 • Obtain employment as Maintenance Technicians           WELD      112 Oxy/Acetylene Cutting           3
   and Facilities Engineers.                              WELD      113 Shielded Metal Arc Welding      7
 • Be prepared for a wide range of entry to mid-level     CWEX      190 Cooperative Work
   positions with emphasis on electronic skills,                        Experience Seminar              1
   machining skills and welding skills.                   CWEX      197 Cooperative Work
 • Be prepared to take the EPA Universal Technician                     Experience Seminar            1-5
   Certification, the City of Seattle DPD Refrigeration                 General Education Requirement   5
   Operating Engineer, and Boiler Fireman License
   examinations.                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                         107-111
 • Meet the industry skill standards to operate,          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
   troubleshoot, maintain refrigeration & heating         CrEdITS
   equipment and repair and replace mechanical/           Written Communication                                 5
   electrical devices.                                    Oral Communication                                    5
                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter summer.                    Social Science                                        5
                                                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for each
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS      of the categories listed above.
 BPMT      111 Refrigeration Principles            10
 BPMT      112 Refrigeration Servicing              6
 BPMT      113 Licensing Requirements               3
               General Education Requirement        5

 TErM TWO
 BPMT      121 Electrical Troubleshooting I          4
 BPMT      122 Electrical Troubleshooting
               Laboratory I                          3
 BPMT      123 Motor Control Principles              6
 BPMT      124 Motor Control Lab                     5
               General Education Requirement         5




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              building & Plant Maintenance
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                               TErM THrEE
                 85 CrEdITS                                               BPMT      131 Electrical Troubleshooting II          1
                                                                          BPMT      132 Electrical Troubleshooting
                 This program prepares technicians to work in                           Laboratory II                          4
                 building and office complexes, food processing plants,   BPMT      133 Programmable Controls                  6
                 and a wide variety of industrial and manufacturing       BPMT      134 Programmable Controls Lab              5
                 plants where technicians are responsible for                           General Education Requirement          5
                 operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting heating
                 and cooling equipment, motors and controls, and          TErM fOur
                 mechanical systems. Any developmental coursework         BPMT      241   Boiler Principles                    9
                 a student may be required to complete may increase       BPMT      242   Boiler Operation                     2
                 the program length.                                      BPMT      243   Mechanical Maintenance               3
                                                                          BPMT      244   Mechanical Maintenance Lab           2
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, summer.                   IFAD      151   18-Hour First Aid/CPR                1
                                                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                85
                 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS
                 BPMT      111 Refrigeration Principles           10      GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                          CrEdITS
                 BPMT      112 Refrigeration Servicing             6
                                                                          Written Communication                                 5
                 BPMT      113 Licensing Requirements              3
                                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                               General Education Requirement       5
                                                                          Social Science                                        5
                                                                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for each
                 TErM TWO
                                                                          of the categories listed above.
                 BPMT      121 Electrical Troubleshooting I        4
                 BPMT      122 Electrical Troubleshooting
                               Laboratory I                        3
                 BPMT      123 Motor Control Principles            6
                 BPMT      124 Motor Control Lab                   5
                               General Education Requirement       5




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business Applications Support
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                    TErM TWO
 94 CrEdITS                                             BUSA      191   Customer Service/Help Desk              3
                                                        CISA      112   Excel I                                 4
 The Business Applications Support program is           CISA      124   PowerPoint                              3
 designed to meet the growing need for professionally   ITAD      112   HTML                                    5
 trained support professionals. The primary goal        MMDP      122   Photoshop I                             4
 is to prepare students to use the various software
 applications in the work environment as a support      TErM THrEE
 tool to enhance day-to-day business operations.        CISA      281 Project Management                        3
 Any developmental coursework a student may be          ITAD      122 DHTML/JavaScript                          5
 required to complete may increase the                  CISA      215 Publisher                                 3
 program length.                                                      General Education                         5
 Business Applications Support AAS graduates will:      TErM fOur
 • Carry out office administration procedures and       MMDP      133   Dreamweaver                             4
   management support using technology.                 MMDP      153   Web Design                              3
 • Be prepared for entry-level positions in their
                                                        BUSA      198   Job Search Skills                       2
   area of expertise–office software, customer
   service, project management, web maintenance,        CISA      225   Integrated Applications                 3
   and publications/sales.                                              General Education                       5
 • Produce documents using word processing,
   spreadsheet and presentation software                TErM fIvE
 • Be prepared to take MOS (Microsoft Office            BUSA      102 Intro to Business                         5
   Specialist) certification exams.                     CISA      114 Access                                    4
                                                                      General Education                         5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                        TErM SIx
 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS     CWEX      190 Cooperative Seminar                       1
 CISA      120   Business Desktop Management       5    CWEX      197 Cooperative Work Experience I             5
 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                       3                  General Education                         5
 CISA      111   Word                              4    TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   94
 PSYC      100   Human Relations                   5
                                                        GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                        CrEdITS
                                                        Written Communication                                   5
                                                        Oral Communication                                      5
                                                        Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                        Social Science                                          5
                                                        See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                        each of the categories listed above.




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              business Applications Support
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                               TErM THrEE
                 66 CrEdITS                                               CISA      281 Project Management                     3
                                                                          ITAD      122 DHTML/Javascript                       5
                 The Business Applications Support program is             CISA      215 Publisher                              3
                 designed to meet the growing need for professionally                   General Education                      5
                 trained support professionals. The primary goal of the
                 certificate is to prepare students to use the            TErM fOur
                 various software applications in the work                CISA      172 E-Commerce                             4
                 environment as a support tool to enhance day-to-day      MMDP      153 Web Design                             3
                 business operations. Any developmental coursework        BUSA      198 Job Search Skills                      2
                 a student may be required to complete may increase                     General Education                      5
                 the program length.
                                                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                66
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                          CrEdITS
                 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS       Written Communication                                 5
                 CISA      120   Business Desktop Management       5      Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                       3      Social Science (PSYC 100)                             5
                 CISA      111   Word                              4      See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 PSYC      100   Human Relations                   5      each of the categories listed above.

                 TErM TWO
                 BUSA      191   Customer Service/Help Desk        3
                 CISA      112   Excel I                           4
                 CISA      124   PowerPoint                        3
                 ITAD      112   HTML                              5
                 MMDP      122   Photoshop I                       4




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business Applications Support
 PubLICATIONS/SALES/MArKETING SuPPOrT                    WEb MAINTENANCE
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                               CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 35 CrEdITS                                              38 CrEdITS

 The Publications/Sales/Marketing Support Certificate    The Web Maintenance Support Certificate is
 is designed to prepare students for job transitions,    designed to prepare students for job transitions, skills
 skills upgrades, and continuing industry education.     upgrades, and continuing industry education. The
 The primary goal of the certificate is to prepare       primary goal of the certificate is to prepare students
 students to use the various software applications       to use the various software applications in the work
 in the work environment as a support tool to            environment as a support tool to enhance day-to-day
 enhance day-to-day business operations. Graduates       business operations. Graduates will find entry-level
 will find entry-level jobs as Sales Assistants, Sales   jobs as Web Assistants, Web Maintenance Support,
 Coordinators, Marketing Assistants, Marketing           Computer Support Specialist, Web Specialists, Web
 Coordinators, Publications Coordinators, and Sales      Designers, Webmasters, Internet and Intranet Devel-
 Representatives. Any developmental coursework a         opers. Any developmental coursework a student may
 student may be required to complete may increase        be required to complete may increase the program
 the program length.                                     length.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS     TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
 CISA      120 Business Desktop                          CISA      120   Business Desktop Management         5
               Management                           5    OFTC      105   Keyboarding                         3
 OFTC      105 Keyboarding                          3    CISA      111   Word                                4
 CISA      111 Word                                 4    PSYC      100   Human Relations                     5
 PSYC      100 Human Relations                      5
                                                         TErM TWO
 TErM TWO                                                ITAD      112   HTML                                5
 BUSA      191   Customer Service                   3    MMDP      122   Photoshop I                         4
 CISA      124   PowerPoint                         3    MMDP      133   Dreamweaver                         4
 CISA      215   Publisher                          3    MMDP      153   Web Design                          3
 MMDP      122   Photoshop I                        4    ITAD      122   DHTML/Javascript                    5
 ITAD      112   HTML                               5
                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               38
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             35




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              business Applications Support
                 PrOJECT MANAGEMENT SuPPOrT                                 CuSTOMEr SErvICE/PrOduCT SuPPOrT
                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                                  CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                 34 CrEdITS                                                 34 CrEdITS

                 The Project Management Support Certificate is              The Customer Service/Product Support Certificate
                 designed to prepare students for job transitions, skills   is designed to prepare students for job transitions,
                 upgrades, and continuing industry education. The           skills upgrades, and continuing industry education.
                 primary goal of the certificate is to prepare students     The primary goal of the certificate is to prepare
                 to use the various software applications in the work       students to use the various software applications in
                 environment as a support tool to enhance day-to-day        the work environment as a support tool to
                 business operations. Graduates will find entry-level       enhance day-to-day business operations. Graduates
                 jobs as Project Management Coordinators, Project           will find entry-level jobs as Customer Service
                 Management Assistants, Events or Conference                Representatives, Call Center Service Representatives.
                 Coordinators. Any developmental coursework a               Any developmental coursework a student may be
                 student may be required to complete may increase           required to complete may increase the
                 the program length                                         program length.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.             Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS        TErM ONE                                  CrEdITS
                 CISA      120   Business Desktop Management         5      CISA      120   Business Desktop Management        5
                 CISA      111   Word                                4      OFTC      105   Keyboarding                        3
                 OFTC      105   Keyboarding                         3      CISA      111   Word                               4
                 PSYC      100   Human Relations                     5      PSYC      100   Human Relations                    5

                 TErM TWO                                                   TErM TWO
                 BUSA      191   Customer Service                    3      CISA      112   Excel I                            4
                 BUSA      101   Business Communications             5      CISA      114   Access                             4
                 CISA      281   Project Management                  3      CISA      124   PowerPoint                         3
                 CISA      235   Outlook                             2      CISA      281   Project Management                 3
                 CISA      195   Capstone Project                    4      BUSA      191   Customer Service                   3
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               34     TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             34




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business Applications Support
 MICrOSOfT OffICE APPLICATIONS                           IbEST
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                               CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 25 CrEdITS                                              24-28 CrEdITS

 The Microsoft Office certificate is designed to meet    This program prepares students for positions in
 the needs of students to increase their computer        beginning administrative support, reception,
 knowledge. This certificate is directed towards         customer care, and sales/marketing support.
 people who have prior work experience and want to       Graduates will be also be eligible for entry into a
 upgrade their skills by learning the current software   variety of certificate programs (web maintenance;
 applications used in the business community. Any        publication/sales/marketing support; project
 developmental coursework a student may be               management support; customer service/product
 required to complete may increase the                   support; or Microsoft Office applications) as well as
 program length.                                         the full degree program. Any developmental course-
                                                         work a student may be required to complete may
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          increase the program length.

 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS     Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
 CISA      111 Word                                 4
 CISA      112 Excel I                              4    TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS
 CISA      120 Business Desktop Management          5    CISA      111   Word                                4
                                                         CISA      112   Excel I                             4
 TErM TWO                                                CISA      120   Business Desktop Mgmt.              5
 CISA      114 Access                               4    EASL      070   Computer Applications I           1-3
 CISA      124 PowerPoint                           3
 ITAD      112 HTML                                 5    TErM TWO
                                                         CISA      114   Access                              4
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                              25
                                                         CISA      124   PowerPoint                          3
                                                         BUSA      198   Job Search                          2
                                                         EASL      072   Computer Applications II          1-3
                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            24-28




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              Child Care Manager
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TErM THrEE
                 94 CrEdITS                                               ECEM      131   Advocacy/Legal Issues                   1
                                                                          ECEM      132   Parent Interactions                     5
                 Theoretical knowledge is gained through evening          ECEM      133   Program Design                          5
                 classroom lectures; practical experience takes place     ECEM      134   Safety/Health/Nutrition                 5
                 in college lab and in family- and center-based
                 programs where students are employed. Students           TErM fOur
                 develop competencies necessary to plan, implement        ECEM      212 Policies and Procedures                   5
                 and evaluate a quality program for children, following   ECEM      213 Staff Management                          6
                 National Association for the Education of Young          ECEM      214 Financial Planning                        5
                 Children (NAEYC) standards. Program prepares
                 students to seek new employment or update                TErM fIvE
                 professional skills and knowledge as a family care       General Education Requirement                           5
                 provider; program supervisor of child care center;       General Education Requirement                           5
                 child care manager; and lead teacher in child care,      Technical Electives                                     5
                 preschool and Headstart programs. No prerequisite
                 courses required. Any developmental coursework a         TErM SIx
                 student may be required to complete may increase         General Education Requirement                           5
                 the program length.                                      General Education Requirement                           5
                                                                          Technical Electives                                     5
                 Child Care Manager AAS graduates will:
                 • Be prepared for employment as lead teachers and        TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   94
                   managers in early childhood programs.                  GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                 • Plan, implement, and evaluate children’s               CrEdITS
                   programs.                                              Written Communication                                   5
                 • Manage staff, budget, and maintain a safe and          Oral Communication                                      5
                   healthy environment for the children in their care.    Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 • Identify and apply age appropriate guidance            Social Science                                          5
                   techniques.                                            See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                          each of the categories listed above.
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                                          TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–10 CrEdITS
                 TErM ONE                                      CrEdITS    Choose a minimum of 0 elective credits from the
                 ECEM      111 Intro to Early                             following list. (In addition to the following courses,
                               Childhood Education                   5    other business, computer or technology courses may
                 ECEM      112 Child Development                     6    be taken with instructor permission.)
                 ECEM      113 Guidance Techniques                   5    ECEM      150 S.T.A.R.S. Basic
                                                                                            Guidebook Training                   2
                 TErM TWO                                                 ECEM      199 Independent Study*                    1-5
                 ECEM      121   Diversity Issues                    1    ECEM      299 Independent Study*                    1-5
                 ECEM      122   Creative Activities                 5    IFAD      151 First Aid/CPR                            1
                 ECEM      124   Language Activities                 5    BUSA      100 Business Math                            5
                 ECEM      125   Science and Math Activities         5    BUSA      101 Business Communications                  5
                                                                          HOSP      103 Introduction to Management               3
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Child Care Manager
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                             TErM THrEE
 74 CrEdITS                                             ECEM      131   Advocacy/Legal Issues                1
                                                        ECEM      132   Parent Interactions                  5
 Theoretical knowledge is gained through evening        ECEM      133   Program Design                       5
 classroom lectures; practical experience takes         ECEM      134   Safety/Health/Nutrition              5
 place in college lab and in family- and center-based                   General Education                    5
 programs where students are employed. Students
 develop competencies necessary to plan,                TErM fOur
 implement and evaluate a quality program for           ECEM      212 Policies and Procedures                5
 children, following National Association for the       ECEM      213 Staff Management                       6
 Education of Young Children (NAEYC) standards.         ECEM      214 Financial Planning                     5
 Program prepares students to seek new employment                     General Education                      5
 or update professional skills and knowledge as a
 family care provider; program supervisor of child      TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                74
 care center; child care manager; and lead teacher      GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENT–10
 in child care, preschool and Headstart programs. No    CrEdITS
 prerequisite courses required. Any developmental       Written Communication                                 5
 coursework a student may be required to complete       Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 may increase the program length.                       See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                        each of the categories listed above.
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS
 ECEM      111 Intro to Early Childhood Education 5
 ECEM      112 Child Development                  6
 ECEM      113 Guidance Techniques                5

 TErM TWO
 ECEM      121   Diversity Issues                   1
 ECEM      122   Creative Activities                5
 ECEM      124   Language Activities                5
 ECEM      125   Science/Math Activities            5




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              Civil Engineering Graphics
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                     CIVE      205 Theory of Urban
                 120 CrEdITS                                                           Design & Planning                         3
                                                                         ENGT      101 Introduction to Technology                1
                 The Civil Engineering Graphics program is designed to   ENGR      111 Engineering Graphics I                    4
                 prepare a graphics technician to work directly under    ENGR      113 Dimensioning & Tolerancing                4
                 the supervision of an engineer, architect or            ENGR      115 Engineering Graphics II                   4
                 designer producing detailed drawings. Civil             ENGR      121 Descriptive Geometry                      4
                 Engineering Graphics Technicians are specialists        ENGR      122 Engineering Graphics III                  4
                 in translating the rough sketches, layouts and          ENGT      102 Technical Employment
                 written specifications of architects, engineers, or                   Preparation                               1
                 designers into a drawing showing the complete details   ENGT      131 Computer Aided
                 and specifications for the finished product. Any                      Drafting & Design I                       4
                 developmental coursework a student may be required      ENGT      132 Computer Aided
                                                                                       Drafting & Design II                      4
                 to complete may increase the program length.
                                                                         ENGT      133 Computer Aided
                                                                                       Drafting & Design III                     4
                 Civil Engineering Graphics AAS graduates will:          ENGT      202 Specialized Tech
                 • Be prepared for entry-level positions in the civil                  Employment Prep                           2
                    engineering graphics field.                          GEOG      251 Cartography                               4
                 • Demonstrate skills as problem solvers, design         GISA      211 Geographic Information Systems            4
                    thinkers                                                           Technical Electives                       8
                 • Be well grounded in basic drafting fundamentals,
                    concepts and techniques.                             TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               120
                 • Perform to current industry standards and be          TECHNICAL ELECTIvES
                    reliable members of today’s workforce.               Technical electives may be taken from ARGT, ARCH,
                 • Demonstrate skills in research techniques & use       CEGT, CIVE, ENGT, GEOG, or GISA areas. Student
                    of library resources.                                should consult an academic adviser.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
                                                                         CrEdITS

                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                      CrEdITS
                                                                         Physics (PHYS 114)                                      5
                 ARGT      111   Architectural Print Reading I      2    Written Communication                                   5
                 CEGT      211   Civil Engineering Graphics I       4    Oral Communication                                      5
                 CEGT      212   Civil Engineering Graphics II      4    Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 CEGT      221   Surveying                          4    Social Science                                          5
                                                                         See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 CEGT      231   Civil 3D Computer Aided Design I   4
                                                                         each of the categories listed above.
                 CEGT      241   Civil Engineering Materials        4
                 CEGT      251   Boundary Surveys
                                 and Plat Design I                  4
                 CEGT      252   Boundary Surveys
                                 and Plat Design II                 4
                 CEGT      261   Roadway Design and Layout I        4
                 CEGT      262   Roadway Design and Layout II       4
                 CISA      101   Computer Application               2




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Civil Engineering Graphics
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                ENGR      122 Engineering Graphics III               4
 83 CrEdITS                                                ENGT      101 Introduction to Technology             1
                                                           ENGT      131 Computer Aided
 The Civil Engineering Graphics program is designed                      Drafting & Design I                    4
 to prepare a graphics technician to work directly         ENGT      132 Computer Aided
 under the supervision of an engineer, architect or                      Drafting & Design II                   4
 designer producing detailed drawings. Civil Engineer-     ENGT      102 Technical Employment
                                                                         Preparation                            1
 ing Graphics Technicians are specialists in translating
 the rough sketches, layouts and written specifications                  Technical Electives                    6
 of architects, engineers, or designers into a drawing     TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                83
 showing the complete details and specifications for       TECHNICAL ELECTIvES
 the finished product. Any developmental coursework        Technical electives may be taken from ARGT, ARCH,
 a student may be required to complete may increase        CEGT, CIVE, ENGT, GEOG, or GISA areas. Student
 the program length.                                       should consult an academic adviser.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.            GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                           CrEdITS
 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                      CrEdITS       Written Communication                                 5
 ARGT      111   Architectural Print Reading I       2     Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 CEGT      211   Civil Engineering Graphics I        4     Social Science                                        5
 CEGT      212   Civil Engineering Graphics II       4     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                           each of the categories listed above.
 CEGT      221   Surveying                           4
 CEGT      241   Civil Engineering Materials         4
 CEGT      251   Boundary Surveys
                 and Plat Design I                   4
 CEGT      261   Roadway Design and Layout I         4
 CEGT      262   Roadway Design and Layout II        4
 CISA      101   Computer Application                2
 ENGR      111   Engineering Graphics I              4
 ENGR      113   Dimensioning & Tolerancing          4
 ENGR      115   Engineering Graphics II             4
 ENGR      121   Descriptive Geometry                4




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              Computer Security & Network Technology
                 COMPuTEr SECurITy &                                      TErM TWO
                 NETWOrK TECHNICIAN                                       CSNT      128 Operating Systems                         6
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      CSNT      130 Advanced Operating Systems                6
                 120 CrEdITS                                              CFOR      215 Data Communications                       3
                                                                                        General Education Requirement             5
                 This program is designed to prepare the student
                 for a career in the area of microcomputer technical      TErM THrEE
                 support. Technical support personnel may perform         CSNT      235 Network Fundamentals                  15
                 a wide variety of duties, such as service technicians,                 General Education Requirement          5
                 software technicians, network technicians, computer
                 operators, installers, trouble shooters, salespersons,   TErM fOur
                 help desk technicians, and network administra-
                                                                          CSNT      245 Network Administration                15
                 tors. Students will enhance their computer skills to
                                                                                        General Education Requirement          5
                 assist in network design, security implementation
                 and forensics investigations. Any developmental
                                                                          TErM fIvE
                 coursework a student may be required to complete
                 may increase the program length.                         CFOR      255 Network Security                      15
                                                                                        Technical Electives                    5
                 Computer Security & Network Technician AAS
                 graduates will:                                          TErM SIx
                 • Be prepared to perform successfully as computer        CFOR      265 Applied Forensics                     15
                    technicians, network technicians, installers,                       Technical Electives                    5
                    assemblers, troubleshooters, help desk tech
                    support, and network administrators.                  GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                                          CrEdITS
                 • Meet the skills standards of IT Tech Support and
                    Performance Analysis.                                 Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 • Utilize the tools for data system security and         Written Expression                                      5
                    computer forensic evidence analysis.                  Oral Communication                                      5
                 • Prepare to succeed on the CompTIA A+,                  Social Science                                          5
                    Network+, Security+ and similar                       See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                    certification exams.                                  each of the categories listed above.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–10 CrEdITS
                                                                          May be taken from CFOR, CISA, CSNT, ITAD, or MMDP
                 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS       areas and must be approved by faculty Adviser.
                 CSNT      114 PC Tech Fundamentals                 6
                 CSNT      121 PC Hardware                          6
                 CSNT      127 Internet Fundamentals                3
                               General Education Requirement        5




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Computer Security & Network Technology
 NETWOrK TECHNICIAN                                      TErM TWO
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                              CSNT      226   Novell Networking I                  3
 66 CrEdITS                                              CSNT      227   Novell Networking II                 3
                                                         CSNT      228   Microsoft Networking I               3
 This three-quarter Network Technician certificate       CSNT      229   Microsoft Networking II              3
 program is designed to prepare technicians to work      CSNT      240   Microsoft Networking III             3
 in a wide variety of computer-related industries and                    General Education                    5
 has a strong emphasis on Network+ Certification
 and Networking. Graduates find entry-level jobs as      TErM THrEE
 computer field service technicians, software            CSNT      292 Resumes & Interviews                   2
 technicians, computer operators, installers, trouble-   CSNT      297 Applied Customer Service               3
 shooters, salespersons, help desk technicians                         Technical Electives                   16
 and network technicians. The Network Technician                       General Education                      5
 certificate program meets part of the requirements
 for the Computer Service and Networking Technology      TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                66
 A.A.S. degree track.                                    GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–10
                                                         CrEdITS
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring.                  Written Communication                                 5
                                                         Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 CSNT      215   Network Fundamentals I            3     each of the categories listed above.
 CSNT      216   Network Fundamentals II           3
 CSNT      218   Network Fundamentals III          3     TECHNICAL ELECTIvE rEQuIrEMENTS
 CSNT      219   Network Fundamentals IV           3     Elective choices must be pre-approved by an adviser
 CSNT      220   Network Fundamentals V            3     and may include classes from CSNT, CFOR, ITAD,
                                                         CISA, or MMDP programs.
 PSYC      100   Human Relations                   5




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              Computer Security & Network Technology
                 IT SuPPOrT TECH                                          TErM TWO
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                               CSNT      128 Operating Systems                      6
                 60 CrEdITS                                               CSNT      130 Advanced Operating Systems             6
                                                                          CFOR      215 Data Communications                    3
                 This IT Support Tech certificate program is                            General Education Requirement          5
                 designed to prepare technicians to work in a
                 wide variety of computer-related industries and          TErM THrEE
                 has a strong emphasis on A+ Certification and            CSNT      235 Network Fundamentals                  15
                 Networking. Graduates will be prepared for entry-                      General Education Requirement          5
                 level jobs such as computer field service technicians,
                 software technicians, computer operators, installers,    TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                60
                 troubleshooters, salespersons, help desk technicians     GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                 and network technicians. This certificate meets          CrEdITS
                 part of the requirements for the Computer Security       Written Communication                                 5
                 and Network Technology A.A.S. degree track. Any          Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 developmental coursework a student may be required       Social Science                                        5
                 to complete may increase the program length.             See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                          each of the categories listed above.
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter spring.

                 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
                 CSNT      114 PC Tech Fundamentals                6
                 CSNT      121 PC Hardware                         6
                 CSNT      127 Internet Fundamentals               3
                               General Education Requirement       5




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Computer Security & Network Technology
 PC NETWOrK TECHNICIAN
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 15 CrEdITS

 This one quarter PC Network Client Technician award
 program is designed to prepare technicians to enter
 the computer field at a higher level of responsibility
 than would be expected by applicants with an A+
 (stand-alone PC oriented) certification. It prepares
 students with the hands-on background for the
 CompTIA Network+ Certification exam. Graduates
 of this award would be proficient with working with
 PCs, installing operating systems, installing network
 adapters, and connecting them to Microsoft, Novell,
 and UNIX networks. This award program meets part
 of the requirements for the Computer Service and
 Networking Technology A.A.S. degree track.
 Admission Requirements: Completion of Computer
 Technician Certificate OR CompTIA A+ Certification
 with instructor approval AND completion of
 application of admission.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 COurSES                                     CrEdITS
 CSNT      215   Networking Fundamentals I          3
 CSNT      216   Networking Fundamentals II         3
 CSNT      218   Networking Fundamentals III        3
 CSNT      219   Networking Fundamentals IV         3
 CSNT      220   Networking Fundamentals V          3
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             15




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              Cosmetology
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                               TErM ONE                                  CrEdITS
                 88 CrEdITS                                               COSM     111 Cosmetology Theory I                 3
                                                                          COSM     112 Cosmetology Practice I              19
                 This program prepares students to meet state
                 requirements, including hair styling, manicuring and     TErM TWO
                 permanent waving. The program consists of practical      COSM     121 Cosmetology Theory II                3
                 training offered in collaboration with Bellevue Beauty   COSM     122 Cosmetology Practice II             19
                 School and Kirkland Beauty School which are both
                 state accredited.                                        TErM THrEE
                                                                          COSM     131 Cosmetology Theory III               3
                 Cosmetology graduates will:                              COSM     132 Cosmetology Practice III            19
                 • Be prepared for a range of entry-level positions as
                   stylists, colorists, company representatives,          TErM fOur
                   platform artists, and salon managers.                  COSM     211 Cosmetology Theory IV                3
                 • Be prepared to succeed on the cosmetologist            COSM     212 Cosmetology Practice IV             19
                   written and practical exams.
                 • Meet the Skills Standards of Washington for            TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            88
                   Cosmetology as set forth in RCW 18.16.                 50 hours per -week quarter. Students participate
                 • Demonstrate the unique skills to perform               in classroom activities 0 hours per week.
                   excellent Customer Service.
                                                                          The required Written Communication, Quantitative
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           Reasoning, and Social Science are taught within the
                                                                          Cosmetology curriculum.




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Culinary Arts (Commercial Cooking)
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TErM TWO
 120 CrEdITS                                              CULA      116 Basic Preparations                     15
                                                                        General Education                       5
 Students prepare to work in a commercial kitchen
 including restaurants, cafeterias, delis and other       TErM THrEE
 specialty shops. Curriculum includes basic cooking       CULA      127 Introduction to Bakery                 15
 principles, terminology and food handling practices.                   General Education                       5
 The program incorporates every facet of running
 a commercial restaurant. Wait staff, all stations of     TErM fOur
 line cooking, inventory, production of daily specials,   CULA      135 Front Line Cooking                     15
 manager work, sauce preparation, and maintenance                       General Education                       5
 of commercial equipment are included. Any
 developmental coursework a student may be                TErM fIvE
 required to complete may increase the                    CULA      218 Supervision                            15
 program length.                                                        General Education                       5

 Culinary Arts (Commercial Cooking) AAS                   TErM SIx
 graduates will:                                          CULA      235 Management                             15
 • Be prepared for employment as Cooks, Short             CULA      137 Nutrition in Food Service               3
    Order Cooks, Pantry Cooks, Prep Cooks, Front                        Technical Electives                     2
    Line Cooks, Sauté Cooks, and Grill Cooks.
 • Obtain certification from the American Culinary        TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               120
    Federation as a Certified Culinarian.                 GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
 • Meet the Skills Standards of American Culinary         CrEdITS
    Federation                                            Written Communication                                  5
 • Perform excellent Customer Service                     Oral Communication                                     5
                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                 5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           Social Science                                         5
                                                           See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
                                                          each of the categories listed above.
 HOSP      101   Introduction to Hospitality        3
 HOSP      103   Introduction to Management         3
 HOSP      106   Hospitality Basics                 4
 HOSP      110   Hospitality Service               10




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              Culinary Arts (Commercial Cooking)
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                   TErM TWO
                 80 CrEdITS                                                   CULA      116 Basic Preparations                    15
                                                                                            General Education                      5
                 The Culinary Arts certificate program prepares
                 students for a wide variety of entry-level positions in      TErM THrEE
                 the culinary arts field. Positions include all stations of   CULA      127 Introduction to Bakery                15
                 line cooking, inventory, production of daily specials,                     General Education                      5
                 sauce preparation, and equipment maintenance,
                 as well as exposure to entry-level manager duties.           TErM fOur
                 Curriculum includes basic cooking principles,                CULA      135 Front Line Cooking                    15
                 terminology, and food handling practices. Any                              General Education                      5
                 developmental coursework a student may be required
                                                                              TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                80
                 to complete may increase the program length.
                 Prerequisite: MATH 070.                                      GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                              CrEdITS

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.               Written Communication                                 5
                                                                              Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS         Social Science                                        5
                 HOSP      101   Introduction to Hospitality           3      See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 HOSP      103   Introduction to Management            3      each of the categories listed above.
                 HOSP      106   Hospitality Basics                    4
                 HOSP      110   Hospitality Service                  10




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dental Assistant
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TErM TWO
 90 CrEdITS                                               DENT      121   Dental Assisting Practicum I            6
                                                          DENT      124   Study of the Human Body                 4
 The Dental Assistant program is designed to              DENT      127   Dental Materials II                     3
 prepare the student with the necessary background,       DENT      126   Radiology                               3
 knowledge, and specialized skills for a career
 in the field of the dental professional. Students        TErM THrEE
 learn theory and skills from classroom lectures,         DENT      131   Dental Assisting Practicum II           7
 laboratory practice, and hands-on practice in the        DENT      133   Restorative Dentistry Dental Assist     3
 Lake Washington Technical College Dental Clinic.         DENT      136   Radiography                             2
 Additional experiences in private dental practices are   DENT      137   Dental Specialties                      4
 part of the four to six week required internship phase
 of training. Upon completion of this American Dental     TErM fOur
 Association (ADA) accredited program, students will      DENT      211   Dental Assisting Practicum III          4
 be eligible to take the ADA Dental Assisting             DENT      214   Pharmacology/Nutrition                  2
 Certification Examination. There is a formal             DENT      215   Workplace Preparation                   3
 admissions process for entry into this program.          DENT      294   Dental Assisting Internship             6
 Any developmental coursework a student may be
 required to complete may increase the                    TErM fIvE
 program length.
                                                                          General Education Requirement           5
                                                                          General Education Requirement           5
 Dental Assistant AAS graduates will:
 • Provide four handed dentistry.                                         General Education Requirement           5
 • Perform expanded functions such as rubber dam
                                                          TErM SIx
   application, cord packing, coronal polish, fluoride
   application, oral hygiene instructions, temporary                      General Education Requirement           5
   crown fabrication, and alginate impressions.                           Electives                               3
 • Expose and develop patient x-rays and utilize          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   90
   dental technology.
                                                          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
 • Comply with OSHA standards for infection control       CrEdITS
   procedures.                                            Written Communication                                   5
 • Be prepared to pass the Certified Dental Assistant     Oral Communication                                      5
   (CDA) exam.
                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                          Social Science                                          5
 Admission Dates: fall, spring.
                                                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                          each of the categories listed above.
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
 DENT      111 Introduction to Dental Assisting     2
                                                          ELECTIvES–3 CrEdITS
 DENT      112 Introduction to                            See faculty adviser/instructor for pre-approval.
               Chairside Procedures                 6
 DENT      113 Dental Practice Theory               4
 DENT      114 Ethics/Law, Office Management        2
 DENT      115 Oral Science                         3
 DENT      117 Dental Materials I                   3




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              dental Assistant
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                TErM THrEE
                 82 CrEdITS                                                DENT      131 Dental Assisting Practicum II          7
                                                                           DENT      133 Restorative Dentistry
                 Students taking this program will learn theory and                      for Dental Assist                      3
                 skills from classroom lectures, laboratory practice,      DENT      136 Radiography                            2
                 and hands-on practice in the Lake Washington              DENT      137 Dental Specialties                     4
                 Technical College Dental Clinic. Additional                             General Education                      5
                 experiences in private dental practices are part of the
                 four to six week required internship phase of training.   TErM fOur
                 Upon completion of this American Dental Association       DENT      211   Dental Assisting Practicum III       4
                 (ADA) accredited program, students will be eligible       DENT      214   Pharmacology/Nutrition               2
                 to take the ADA Dental Assisting Certification            DENT      215   Workplace Preparation                3
                 Examination. There is a formal admissions                 DENT      294   Dental Assisting Internship          6
                 process for entry into this program. Any                                  General Education                    5
                 developmental coursework a student may be required
                                                                           TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                82
                 to complete may increase the program length.
                                                                           GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                           CrEdITS
                 Admission Dates: fall, spring.
                                                                           Written Communication                                 5
                 TErM ONE                                       CrEdITS    Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 DENT      111 Introduction to Dental Assisting       2    Social Science                                        5
                 DENT      112 Introduction to                             See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                               Chairside Procedures                   6    each of the categories listed above.
                 DENT      113 Dental Practice Theory                 4
                 DENT      114 Ethics/Law, Office Management          2
                 DENT      115 Oral Science                           3
                 DENT      117 Dental Materials I                     3

                 TErM TWO
                 DENT      121   Dental Assisting Practicum I         6
                 DENT      124   Study of the Human Body              4
                 DENT      127   Dental Materials II                  3
                 DENT      126   Radiology                            3
                                 General Education                    5




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dental Front Office Manager
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 19 CrEdITS

 Students taking this program will learn theory and
 skills from classroom lectures, laboratory practice,
 and hands-on practice in the Lake Washington
 Technical College Dental Clinic. Additional
 experiences in private dental practices are part of the
 required internship phase of training.

 Prerequisites: Knowledge of dental terminology and
 experience as a dental receptionist or chairside as-
 sistant.

 Admission Dates: fall.

 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
 DFOM      111 Dental Front Office I                 6

 TErM TWO
 DFOM      121 Dental Front Office II                6

 TErM THrEE
 DFOM      131 Dental Office Manager                 4
 DFOM      194 Dental Office Internship              3
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               19




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              dental Hygiene
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      PrErEQuISITES (GENErAL EduC)               CrEdITS
                 120 CrEdITS (PLuS 55 CrEdITS Of                          CHEM     101 Principles of Chemistry             5
                 PrErEQuISITES)                                           CHEM     102 Introduction to Organic Chemistry   5
                                                                          BIOL     106 Nutrition for
                 This program prepares the student for employment                      Healthcare Professionals            5
                 as a dental hygienist including the expanded duties      BIOL     211 Anatomy & Physiology I              5
                 allowed by Washington State Law. This program has        BIOL     212 Anatomy & Physiology II             5
                 received accreditation status from the Commission        BIOL     215 Microbiology                        5
                 on Dental Accreditation which allows students, upon      ENGL     101 Written Expression                  5
                 graduation, to take the National Board Examination       MATH         Quantitative Reasoning              5
                 and the clinical licensing examination in the state      PSYC     101 General Psychology                  5
                 where she or he plans to practice. Clinical experience   SOCI     110 Introduction to Sociology           5

                                                                          [
                 is provided at Lake Washington Technical College’s
                                                                          SPCH     101 Interpersonal Communications        5
                 dental clinic under the supervision of licensed
                                                                          - OR -
                 dentists and licensed dental hygienists. Additional
                                                                          SPCH     220 Introduction to Public Speaking     5
                 clinical experience occurs in off-campus settings
                 located in the greater Seattle area.
                                                                          TErM ONE

                 There is a formal admissions process for entry into      DHYG     112 Dental Hygiene Practice I           7
                 this program. The curriculum in the Dental Hygiene       DHYG     113 Restorative Dentistry I             3
                 program consists of seven quarters, including a          DHYG     114 Principles & Issues
                                                                                       in Dental Hygiene I                 2
                 six-week summer quarter of full-time professional
                                                                          DHYG     115 Dental Anatomy                      3
                 and clinical education preceded by two quarters
                                                                          DHYG     116 Radiology                           3
                 of prerequisite courses. The prerequisite science
                 courses must be at least seven years current upon        DHYG     118 Periodontology I                    2
                 program entry; be measured by a proficiency
                                                                          TErM TWO
                 examination; or be waived by special petition to the
                 Dental Hygiene Director. The dental hygiene courses      DHYG     122 Dental Hygiene Practice II          8
                 must be taken successively. Any developmental            DHYG     123 Restorative Dentistry II            3
                 coursework a student may be required to complete         DHYG     124 Principles & Issues
                                                                                       Dental Hygiene II                   1
                 may increase the program length.
                                                                          DHYG     125 Community Dental Health I           1
                 Dental Hygiene AAS graduates will:                       DHYG     127 Histology and Embryology            2
                 • Successfully complete both national and regional       DHYG     137 Radiographic Interpretation         2
                   exams required for licensure administered by the       DHYG     139 Pathology I                         2
                   American Dental Association.
                 • Be prepared for employment as expanded duties
                                                                          TErM THrEE
                   Registered Dental Hygienists and members of the
                   oral healthcare team.                                  DHYG     132 Dental Hygiene Practice III         7
                 • Possess the critical thinking and problem-solving      DHYG     133 Restorative Dentistry III           1
                   skills required to develop a dental hygiene            DHYG     134 Principles & Issues
                   diagnosis for all dental patients.                                  Dental Hygiene III                  2
                                                                          DHYG     135 Community Dental Health II          2
                 Admission Dates: fall, by special admission.             DHYG     138 Pharmacology and Pain Control       4




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dental Hygiene                                 (continued)

 TErM fOur
 DHYG      142   Dental Hygiene Practice IV         5
 DHYG      143   Restorative Dentistry IV           1
 DHYG      145   Community Dental Health III        2
 DHYG      218   Periodontology II                  2

 TErM fIvE
 DHYG      212 Dental Hygiene Practice V            9
 DHYG      213 Restorative Dentistry V              3
 DHYG      214 Principles & Issues
               Dental Hygiene IV                    2
 DHYG      215 Community Dental Health IV           2
 DHYG      219 Pathology II                         2

 TErM SIx
 DHYG      222 Dental Hygiene Practice VI          10
 DHYG      223 Restorative Dentistry VI             3
 DHYG      224 Principles & Issues
               Dental Hygiene V                     2
 DHYG      225 Community Dental Health V            2
 DHYG      229 Pathology III                        2

 TErM SEvEN
 DHYG      232 Dental Hygiene Practice VII         10
 DHYG      233 Restorative Dentistry VII            2
 DHYG      234 Principles & Issues
               Dental Hygiene VI                    2
 DHYG      235 Community Dental Health VI           2
 DHYG      239 Pathology IV                         2
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             120




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              dental Hygiene
                 ExPANdEd duTIES
                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                 6 CrEdITS

                 This program prepares the student for full,
                 unrestricted employment as a dental hygienist with
                 expanded duties allowed by Washington State Law.
                 This program is being reviewed by the Washington
                 State Department of Health for accreditation status.
                 When fully accredited, the student will be eligible
                 to take the restorative and anesthetic portions of
                 the Western Regional Clinical Exam as required for
                 licensure in Washington State. Clinical experience is
                 provided at Lake Washington Technical College’s
                 dental clinic under the supervision of licensed
                 dentists and licensed dental hygienists. There is a
                 formal admissions process for entry into this
                 program. The curriculum in the Dental Hygiene
                 program consists of seven quarters, including a
                 six-week summer quarter of full-time professional
                 and clinical education preceded by two quarters
                 of prerequisite courses. The prerequisite science
                 courses must be at least seven years current upon
                 program entry; be measured by a proficiency exami-
                 nation; or be waived by special petition to the Dental
                 Hygiene Director. The dental hygiene courses must
                 be taken successively. Any developmental coursework
                 a student may be required to complete may increase
                 the program length.

                 Admission Dates: fall, by special admission.

                 COurSES                                    CrEdITS
                 DHYG      240 Local Anesthesia
                               for Licensed Dental Hygienists       2
                 DHYG      241 Restorative for
                               Licensed Dental Hygienists           4
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               6




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diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                       TErM THrEE
 120 CrEdITS                                               DHET      121   Bearings/Shaft Seals                    2
                                                           DHET      122   Welding Applications                    4
 Students learn how to diagnose problems and               DHET      123   Heavy Duty Electrical Systems           4
 perform repairs on various vehicle components             DHET      124   Electronic Applications                 3
 including fuel, cooling, electrical, hydraulic, brake,    DHET      125   Basic Maintenance                       2
 suspension and drive-train systems in the trucking                        General Education                       5
 and heavy equipment industry. Students will spend
 their first quarter of training in a transportation       TErM fOur                                           Cr
 core curriculum. The laboratory area simulates an         DHET      211 Fundamentals Hydraulic
 industry environment. Students who have met the                         Fluid Power                               5
 course objectives may be placed in a cooperative          DHET      212 Intermediate Hydraulic
 work experience to further develop their skills on the                  Fluid Power                               4
 job. Any developmental coursework a student may           DHET      213 Advanced Hydraulic Fluid Power            5
 be required to complete may increase the program          CWEX      197 Cooperative Work Experience               2
 length.                                                                 General Education                         5

 Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician AAS                   TErM fIvE
 graduates will:                                           DHET      221   Power Trains/Standard                   5
 • Perform repairs on various diesel vehicle               DHET      222   Power Trains/Power Shift                5
    components                                             DHET      223   Traction and Components                 4
 • Be prepared to succeed on the ASE certification         CWEX      197   Cooperative Work Experience             2
    and Cummins certification exams.                                       General Education                       5
 • Meet minimum competency in seven categories
    identified as essential for employability: adherence   TErM SIx
    to policy/attendance, technical knowledge/skill        DHET      231   Steering/Suspension/Frames              5
    application, work planning, quality of work,           DHET      232   Pneumatics                              4
    interpersonal skills, oral/written communication.      DHET      233   Foundation Brakes                       5
 • Demonstrate advanced skills in: diagnostics,
                                                           IFAD      151   First Aid/CPR                           1
    electronics, hydraulics and power transmissions.
                                                           CWEX      297   Cooperative Work Experience             2
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.            TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               120
                                                           GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS       CrEdITS
 TRAN      110   Computer Basics/Transport Trades    2     PHYS       095 Applied Physics I                        5
 TRAN      112   Shop and Business Practices         5     Written Communication                                   5
 TRAN      113   Basic Electrical Systems            4     Oral Communication                                      5
 TRAN      125   Mechanical Principles               5     Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 General Education                   5     Social Science                                          5
                                                           See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 TErM TWO                                                  each of the categories listed above.
 DHET      131   Engine Principles/Components        3
 DHET      132   Gasoline/Liquid Propane Gas Syst    3     TECHNICAL ELECTIvE: OPTIONAL
 DHET      133   Diesel Systems                      3     See faculty instructor/adviser for pre-approval.
 DHET      134   Fuel Injection                      3
 DHET      135   Diagnostics/Adjustments/Emissions   3
                 General Education                   5




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              diesel & Heavy Equipment Technician
                 dIESEL & HEAvy EQuIPMENT TECHNICIAN                        TErM THrEE
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                 DHET      121   Bearings/Shaft Seals                 2
                 89 CrEdITS                                                 DHET      122   Welding Applications                 4
                                                                            DHET      123   Heavy Duty Electrical Systems        4
                 Students learn how to diagnose problems and                DHET      125   Basic Maintenance                    2
                 perform repairs on various vehicle components              PSYC      100   Human Relations                      5
                 including fuel, cooling, electrical, hydraulic, brake,
                 suspension and drive-train systems in the trucking         TErM fOur
                 and heavy equipment industry. Students will spend          DHET      211 Fundamentals
                 their first quarter of training in a transportation core                 Hydraulic Fluid Power                  5
                 curriculum. The laboratory area simulates an               DHET      212 Intermediate
                 industry environment. Students who have met the                          Hydraulic Fluid Power                  4
                 course objectives may be placed in a cooperative           DHET      221 Power Trains/Standard                  5
                 work experience to further develop their skills on the     DHET      223 Traction and Components                4
                 job. Any developmental coursework a student may be
                 required to complete may increase the                      TErM fIvE
                 program length.                                            DHET      231   Steering/Suspension/Frames           5
                                                                            DHET      232   Pneumatics                           4
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.             DHET      233   Foundation Brakes                    5
                                                                            CWEX      197   Cooperative Work Experience          2
                 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
                                                                            TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                89
                 TRAN      110   Computer Basics/Transport Trades     2
                 TRAN      112   Shop and Business Practices          5     GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                            CrEdITS
                 TRAN      113   Basic Electrical Systems             4
                                                                            (must include 5 credits from each academic area)
                 TRAN      125   Mechanical Principles                5
                                                                            Written Communication                                 5
                                 General Education                    5
                                                                            Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                                                                            Social Science (PSYC 100)                             5
                 TErM TWO
                                                                            See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 DHET      131   Engine Principles/Components         3     each of the categories listed above.
                 DHET      132   Gasoline/Liquid Propane Gas Syst     3
                 DHET      133   Diesel Systems                       3
                 DHET      134   Fuel Injection                       3
                                 General Education                    5




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Electronics Technician
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TErM TWO
 120 CrEdITS                                              ELEC      120 Introduction to Electronics II            6
                                                          ELEC      115 Electronics Manufacturing
 The main focus of the curriculum exposes                               Process/Tech I                            5
 students to a basic core of skills through advanced      ELEC      126 Electronics Manufacturing
 electronics principles and applications. By                            Process/Tech II                           5
 focusing on the idea that a career in high-tech                        General Education Requirement             5
 involves constant and continuing education, the
                                                          TErM THrEE
 student learns the importance of life-long learning.
 Through this, the program prepares its graduates for     ELEC      135 DC Electricity and Electronics            5
 entry level positions in the rapidly growing high-tech   ELEC      136 AC Electricity and Electronics            5
 industries of the 21st century. Graduates will be able   ELEC      137 Intro Semiconductor
                                                                        & Analog Electronics                      5
 to utilize the skills learned in this program to enter
 into either the electronics manufacturing industry as                  General Education Requirement             5
 assemblers, inspectors, managers and testers, or into
                                                          TErM fOur
 any high-tech industry maintaining one of the many
 multi-million dollar machines and devices utilized in    ELEC      211   Digital Electronics I                   5
 almost all high-tech fields today. Any developmental     ELEC      214   Troubleshooting Electronic Circuits     4
 coursework a student may be required to complete         ELEC      215   Solidstate I                            4
 may increase the program length.                         ELEC      216   Solidstate II                           4

 Electronics Technician AAS graduates will:               TErM fIvE
 • Be prepared for entry-level positions as               ELEC      212 Digital Electronics II                    6
    Electronics Technicians, Installers, Assemblers       ELEC      224 Electronic Circuits I                     5
    and Troubleshooters.                                  ELEC      232 Digital Lab                               6
 • Meet the skills standards of Electronics                             General Education Requirement             5
    Technology.
 • Receive exposure to contemporary applications          TErM SIx
    such as microprocessors, data acquisition and         ELEC      226 Intro to Automat
    PLC training as well as system level maintenance                    Manufacturing Operations         6
    and troubleshooting.                                  ELEC      227 Automated Manufacturing Maint I 6
 • Be prepared to succeed on the IPC, CET and FCC         ELEC      228 Automated Manufacturing Maint II 6
    certification and similar exams.
                                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               120
 • Perform excellent customer service both internal
    and external to an organization.                      GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                          CrEdITS
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           Written Communication                                   5
                                                          Oral Communication                                      5
 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS       Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
 ELEC      110 Introduction to Electronics I        6     Social Science                                          5
 ELEC      111 Computer Literacy                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
               Electronics Professionals            3     each of the categories listed above.
 ELEC      113 Career Planning & Leadership         5
 ELEC      114 Elect Testing Process/Techniques I   3
               General Education Requirement        5




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              Electronics Technician
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                             TErM THrEE
                 85 CrEdITS                                             ELEC      135 DC Electricity and Electronics          5
                                                                        ELEC      136 AC Electricity and Electronics          5
                 In addition to major electronics instruction, a        ELEC      137 Intro Semiconductor
                 basic core of skills is incorporated throughout the                  & Analog Electronics                    5
                 curriculum. Students completing this program are                     General Education                       5
                 eligible to take the Associate Certified Electronics
                 Technician examination. Graduates are qualified        TErM fOur
                 for entry-level positions as testers, maintenance      ELEC      211   Digital Electronics I                 5
                 technicians, service laboratory technicians and        ELEC      214   Troubleshooting Electronic Circuits   4
                 satellite up-link or down-link technicians, cable TV   ELEC      215   Solidstate I                          4
                 installers and service telecommunications              ELEC      216   Solidstate II                         4
                 technicians. Any developmental coursework a student                    Technical Elective                    5
                 may be required to complete may increase the
                                                                        TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                 85
                 program length.
                                                                        GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                        CrEdITS
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                                        Written Communication                                 5
                 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS     Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 ELEC      110 Introduction to Electronics I      6     Social Science                                        5
                 ELEC      111 Computer Literacy                        See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                               Electronics Professionals          3     each of the categories listed above.
                 ELEC      113 Career Planning & Leadership       5
                                                                        TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–5 CrEdITS
                 ELEC      114 Electronic Test
                               Process/Technique I                3     See faculty adviser/instructor for pre-approval.
                               General Education                  5

                 TErM TWO
                 ELEC      120 Introduction to Electronics II     6
                 ELEC      115 Electronic Manufacturing
                               Process/Techniques I               5
                 ELEC      126 Electronic Manufacturing
                               Process/Technique II               5
                               General Education                  5




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Electronics
 AuTOMATEd MANufACTurING                                     dIGITAL ELECTrONICS
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                                   CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 33 CrEdITS                                                  32 CrEdITS

 Manufacturing productivity in the United States is          The revolution in information technologies that
 among the most efficient in the world. The same             has swept industries and societies in recent
 fundamental automated control systems and                   times is founded on the principles of digital
 principles underlie the success of this productivity        electronics whereby any “packet” of information
 whether it is found in automobile factories in the          can be translated into an electronic signal. These
 midwest, airplane factories in the northwest or             electronic signals in turn can be converted into
 fruit packaging factories in the south. This short          audio, video, graphic and text formats that can be
 certificate introduces the student to these automated       transmitted worldwide via the internet or locally to
 manufacturing principles, systems and hands-on              your home or office printer. This short certificate
 practices required to effectively work with, install, and   introduces the student to the technical foundations
 troubleshoot automated manufacturing systems.               of current communication technologies and will
                                                             enable you to explore these technologies in more
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.              depth and to work with them more adeptly in your
                                                             workplace.
 COurSES                                      CrEdITS
 ELEC      110 Introduction to Electronics I          6      Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
 ELEC      114 Electronic Test
               Process/Technique I                    3      COurSES                                     CrEdITS
 ELEC      226 Intro to Automated Manufact Ops        6      ELEC      110   Introduction to Electronics I        6
 ELEC      120 Introduction to Electronics II         6      ELEC      114   Elect Testing Process/Techniques I   3
 ELEC      227 Automated Manufacturing Maint I        6      ELEC      120   Introduction to Electronics II       6
 ELEC      228 Automated Manufacturing Maint II       6      ELEC      211   Digital Electronics I                5
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                33     ELEC      212   Digital Electronics II               6
                                                             ELEC      232   Digital Electronics Lab              6
                                                             TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                32




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              Electronics
                 MANufACTurING SPECIALIST
                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                 19 CrEdITS

                 All electronics equipment must be manufactured.
                 The level of sophistication of electronic equipment
                 has grown exponentially over the past few decades.
                 The Puget Sound region is a world class center for the
                 manufacturing of Electronics equipment. Demand
                 is high for qualified manufacturing specialists. This
                 certificate prepares graduates for these opportunities.
                 Internationally recognized certification is possible
                 through successful completion of the IPC-A-610
                 Certification Program.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 COurSES                                    CrEdITS
                 ELEC      115 Electronic Manufacturing
                               Process/Tech I                       5
                 ELEC      126 Electronic Manufacturing
                               Process/Tech II                      5
                 ELEC      128 Technical Documentation              4
                 ELEC      233 IPC-A-610 Certification Program      5
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                              19




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Engineering Graphics
 MECHANICAL dESIGN EMPHASIS                              ENGT      102 Technical
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                                   Employment Preparation                    1
 120 CrEdITS                                             ENGT      131 Computer Aided
                                                                       Drafting & Design I                       4
 The intent of this program is to prepare students       ENGT      132 Computer Aided
 to be technicians specializing in translating the                     Drafting & Design II                      4
 rough sketches, layouts, CAD designs, and written       ENGT      133 Computer Aided
                                                                       Drafting & Design III                     4
 specifications of the engineer or designer into
                                                         ENGT      141 Applied Materials Technology              4
 drawings and CAD databases showing the complete
                                                         ENGT      151 Applied Machine Metal Processes           4
 details and specifications for the finished product.
                                                         ENGT      202 Specialized Tech Employment Prep          2
 Persons trained in engineering graphics with a design
 emphasis work for companies which manufacture           ENGT      211 Industrial Graphics I                     4
 machinery, electrical equipment, computers and          ENGT      212 Industrial Graphics–Sheetmetal            4
 fabricated products. Any developmental coursework       ENGT      213 Industrial Graphics–Plastics              4
 a student may be required to complete may increase      ENGT      214 Industrial Graphics II                    4
 the program length.                                     ENGT      225 3D Parametric Solid Design I              4
                                                         ENGT      251 Industrial Design Graphics                4
 Engineering Graphics AAS graduates will:                ENGT      253 Machine Design Graphics                   4
 • Be prepared for entry-level positions in the          ENGT      255 Tool Design Graphics I                    4
   engineering graphics field.                           ENGT      271 Eng Graph Problems & Analysis I           4
 • Demonstrate skills as problem solvers, design         ENGT      272 Eng Graph Problems & Analysis II          4
   thinkers                                                            Technical Electives                       7
 • Be well grounded in basic drafting fundamentals,
                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               120
   concepts and techniques.
 • Perform to current industry standards and be          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
   reliable members of today’s workforce.                CrEdITS
 • Demonstrate skills in research techniques & use       Written Communication                                   5
   of library resources.                                 Oral Communication                                      5
                                                         Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          Social Science                                          5
                                                         Physics (PHYS 114)                                      5
 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                     CrEdITS      See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 CISA      101 Computer Application                2     each of the categories listed above.
 ENGR      111 Engineering Graphics I              4
 ENGR      113 Dimensioning & Tolerancing          4     TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–7 CrEdITS
 ENGR      115 Engineering Graphics II             4     Technical electives may be taken from ARGT, ARCH,
 ENGR      121 Descriptive Geometry                4     CEGT, CIVE, ENGT, GEOG, GISA, or MACH areas.
                                                         Student should consult an academic adviser.
 ENGR      122 Engineering Graphics III            4
 ENGR      123 Geometric Dimensioning
               & Tolerancing                       2
 ENGT      101 Introduction to Technology          1




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              Engineering Graphics Technician
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                               ENGT      133 Computer Aided
                 83 CrEdITS                                                             Drafting & Design III                  4
                                                                          ENGT      141 Applied Materials Technology           4
                 The Engineering Graphics Certificate is a one-year       ENGT      151 Applied Machine Metal Processes        4
                 program designed to prepare a graphics technician        ENGT      211 Industrial Graphics I                  4
                 to work directly under the supervision of an engineer    ENGT      212 Industrial Graphics–Sheetmetal         4
                 or designer producing detailed drawings. Engineering     ENGT      213 Industrial Graphics–Plastics           4
                 Graphics Technicians are specialists in translating      ENGT      214 Industrial Graphics II                 4
                 the rough sketches, layouts and written specifications                 Technical Electives                    6
                 of architects, engineers, or designers into a drawing
                                                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                83
                 showing the complete details and specifications for
                 the finished product. Any developmental coursework       GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                          CrEdITS
                 a student may be required to complete may increase
                 the program length.                                      Written Communication                                 5
                                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           Social Science                                        5
                                                                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                     CrEdITS       each of the categories listed above.
                 CISA      101   Computer Applications              2
                                                                          TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–6 CrEdITS
                 ENGR      111   Engineering Graphics I             4
                                                                          Technical electives may be taken from ARGT, ARCH,
                 ENGR      113   Dimensioning & Tolerancing         4
                                                                          CEGT, CIVE, ENGT, GEOG, GISA, or MACH areas.
                 ENGR      115   Engineering Graphics II            4     Student should consult an academic adviser.
                 ENGR      121   Descriptive Geometry               4
                 ENGR      122   Engineering Graphics III           4
                 ENGR      123   Geom Dimensioning
                                 & Tolerancing                      2
                 ENGT      101   Introduction to Technology         1
                 ENGT      102   Technical
                                 Employment Preparation             1
                 ENGT      131   Computer Aided
                                 Drafting & Design I                4
                 ENGT      132   Computer Aided
                                 Drafting & Dsn II                  4




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Environmental Horticulture
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                    TErM fOur
 102-105 CrEdITS                                        HORT       211   Landscape Design II                    1
                                                        HORT       212   Turfgrass Management                   3
 Learn plant identification, greenhouses, plant         HORT       225   Career Exploration                     3
 propagation, landscaping, soils, pruning and botany.   HORT       215   Plant Identification–Summer            4
 Through time spent in practical hands-on training,     HORT       216   Greenhouse Operations                  3
 students will learn to propagate, seed, transplant,    HORT       217   Horticulture Laboratory–Summer         3
 design landscape plans, and maintain a variety
 of plants. This program provides students with         TErM fIvE
 knowledge and skills needed for jobs with nurser-      IFAD       151 First Aid/CPR                           1
 ies, greenhouses, landscape firms, garden centers,                    General Education                       5
 and park departments. Industry-based training                         Electives                              10
 experience is an option. No prerequisite courses
 required. Any developmental coursework a student       TErM SIx
 may be required to complete may increase the                            General Education                     5
 program length.                                                         Electives                           2-5
 Environmental Horticulture AAS graduates will:         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                           102-105
 • Be prepared for employment in landscaping firms,     GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
   garden centers, nurseries, public and private        CrEdITS
   gardens and greenhouses.                             Written Communication                                   5
 • Be prepared for WSNLA and PlantAmnesty               Oral Communication                                      5
   certification exams.                                 Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
 • Focus on environmentally responsible practices       Social Science                                          5
 • Provide excellent customer service.                  See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                        each of the categories listed above.
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                        SuGGESTEd ELECTIvES
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS    ACCT      210 Financial Accounting I                    5
 HORT      111   Botany                            5    ENGT      131 Computer Aided
 HORT      112   Tools & Equipment                 1                    Drafting & Design I                     4
 HORT      113   Propagation                       5    SOCI      110 Introduction to Sociology                 5
 HORT      115   Plant Identification–Fall         4    CHEM 101 Principles of Chemistry                        5
 HORT      116   Horticulture Laboratory–Fall      3    BIOL      101 Biology                                   5
                 General Education                 5    CWEX      197 Cooperative Work Experience            2-5
                                                        CISA      101 Computer Applications
 TErM TWO                                                               or Elective                          2-5
 HORT      121   Soils                             4    PSYC      100 Human Relations                           5
 HORT      122   Pruning                           2    HORT      299 Special Projects                     varies
 HORT      123   Pest Management                   4    Choose at least  credits from this list or electives
 HORT      125   Plant Identification–Winter       4    agreed upon by instructor/horticulture adviser.
 HORT      127   Horticulture Laboratory–Winter    3

 TErM THrEE
 HORT      131   Landscape Design I                6
 HORT      132   Landscape Materials               2
 HORT      134   Horticulture Marketing            1
 HORT      135   Plant Identification–Spring       4
 HORT      137   Horticulture Laboratory–Spring    4
                 General Education                 5

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              Environmental Horticulture
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                              TErM THrEE
                 84 CrEdITS                                              HORT      131   Landscape Design I                   6
                                                                         HORT      132   Landscape Materials                  2
                 This program provides students with knowledge and       HORT      134   Horticulture Marketing               1
                 skills needed for jobs with nurseries, greenhouses,     HORT      135   Plant Identification–Spring          4
                 landscape firms, garden centers, and park               HORT      137   Horticulture Laboratory–Spring       4
                 departments. Industry-based training experience                         General Education                    5
                 is an option. Students learn plant identification,
                 greenhouses, plant propagation, landscaping, soils,     TErM fOur
                 pruning and botany. Through time spent in practical     HORT      211   Landscape Design II                  1
                 hands-on training, students will learn to propagate,    HORT      212   Turfgrass Management                 3
                 seed, transplant, design landscape plans, and           HORT      225   Career Exploration                   3
                 maintain a variety of plants. No prerequisite courses   HORT      215   Plant Identification–Summer          4
                 required. Any developmental coursework a student        HORT      216   Greenhouse Operations                3
                 may be required to complete may increase the            HORT      217   Horticulture Laboratory–Summer       3
                 program length.
                                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                84
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                         CrEdITS
                 TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS      Written Communication                                 5
                 HORT      111   Botany                             5    Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 HORT      112   Tools & Equipment                  1    Social Science                                        5
                 HORT      113   Propagation                        5    See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 HORT      115   Plant Identification–Fall          4    each of the categories listed above.
                 HORT      116   Horticulture Laboratory–Fall       3
                                 General Education                  5

                 TErM TWO
                 HORT      121   Soils                              4
                 HORT      122   Pruning                            2
                 HORT      123   Pest Management                    4
                 HORT      125   Plant Identification–Winter        4
                 HORT      127   Horticulture Laboratory–Winter     3
                                 General Education                  5




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fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      FTNS      121 Kinesiology                               5
 107-108 CrEdITS                                          FTNS      122 Exercise Physiology for Special
                                                                        Populations                               5
 This fast-paced program prepares students for            FTNS      126 Fundamentals of Sport and
 employment as fitness instructors or personal                          Exercise Psychology                       3
 trainers in entry-level to mid-management positions      FTNS      127 Research in Exercise Science              3
 in health and fitness clubs, athletic clubs, strength    FTNS      129 Pathophysiology and Exercise              3
 training gyms, corporate fitness centers, YMCAs and      FTNS      131 Cardiovascular &
 recreation organizations. The curriculum is designed                   Respiratory Systems                       4
 to help students prepare for the American College of     FTNS      132 Cardiovascular & Respiratory
                                                                        Systems in Exercise                       5
 Sports Medicine Health/Fitness Instructor, American
                                                          FTNS      137 Professional Skills in Fitness            3
 Council on Exercise Personal Trainer and the
                                                          FTNS      138 Motor Learning and Biomechanics           3
 National Strength and Conditioning Association
                                                          FTNS      139 Cardiac Rehab                             3
 Certified Personal Trainer certification exams.
 Ninety-nine hours of industry-based, internship or       FTNS      141 Nervous, Endocrine, &
                                                                        Lymphatic Systems                         4
 cooperative work experience is required for program      FTNS      142 Certification Review Lab                  2
 completion. Any developmental coursework a
                                                          FTNS      144 Nutrition for Sports Performance          3
 student may be required to complete may increase
                                                          FTNS      146 Functional Fitness                        2
 the program length.
                                                          FTNS      191 Seminar/Internship I                      2
 Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer AAS graduates        FTNS      192 Seminar/Internship II                     2
 will:                                                    FTNS      193 Seminar/Internship III                    2
 • Be prepared for employment as personal trainers        BIOL      106 Nutrition                                 5
    and group exercise instructors in fitness and
    recreation facilities as well as entrepreneurial
    pursuits.
                                                          [
                                                          BUSA
                                                          - OR -
                                                          CISA
                                                                    111 Business Computer Applications

                                                                    101 Computer Applications
                                                                                                                  3

                                                                                                                  2
 • Be prepared for the ACSM, NSCA, and ACE                TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                         107-108
    certification exams.
 • Demonstrate proficiency at fitness testing and         GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                          CrEdITS
    program design
                                                          Written Communication                                   5
 • Demonstrate clinical skills to be able to work with
    special needs populations.                            Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                          Oral Communication                                      5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           Social Science                                          5
                                                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 COurSES                                     CrEdITS
                                                          each of the categories listed above.
 FTNS      111   Principles of Anatomy & Physiology   4
                                                          TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–5 CrEdITS
 FTNS      112   Introduction to Exercise Science     5
                                                          FTNS      120 Sport Safety                         2
 FTNS      115   Fundamentals of Fitness Testing      2
                                                          FTNS      135 Legal Issues in Fitness Mgmt         2
 FTNS      116   Risk Management in Fitness           3
                                                          FTNS      198 Group Exercise Instructor            3
 FTNS      118   Health Promotions and Wellness       3
                                                          FTNS      199 Special Projects                   1-5
 FTNS      119   Fundamentals of Strength
                 Training and Conditioning            4   MEDA      116 Medical Terminology I                5
                                                          See faculty adviser/instructor for pre-approval.




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               fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                COurSES                                      CrEdITS
                 74 CrEdITS                                                FTNS      111   Principles of Anatomy & Physiology   4
                                                                           FTNS      112   Principles of Sport & Exercise       5
                 This fast-paced program prepares students for             FTNS      115   Fundamentals of Fitness Testing      2
                 employment as fitness instructors or personal             FTNS      116   Risk Management in Fitness           3
                 trainers in entry-level positions in health and fitness   FTNS      119   Strength Training & Conditioning     4
                 clubs, athletic clubs, strength training gyms, YMCAs      FTNS      121   Kinesiology                          5
                 and recreation organizations. The curriculum is           FTNS      122   Exercise Physiology for
                 designed to help students prepare for the American                        Special Populations                  5
                 Council on Exercise Personal Trainer and the National     FTNS      126   Fundamentals of Sport
                 Strength and Conditioning Association Certified                           and Exercise Psychology              3
                 Personal Trainer certification exams. Ninety-nine         FTNS      131   Cardiovascular &
                 hours of industry-based, internship or cooperative                        Respiratory Systems                  4
                 work experience is required for program completion.       FTNS      132   Cardiovascular & Respiratory
                                                                                           Systems in Exercise                  5
                 Any developmental coursework a student may be
                                                                           FTNS      137   Professional Skills in Fitness       3
                 required to complete may increase the program
                                                                           FTNS      144   Nutrition for Sports Performance     3
                 length.
                                                                           FTNS      146   Functional Fitness Training          2
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.            FTNS      191   Seminar/Internship I                 2
                                                                           FTNS      192   Seminar/Internship II                2
                                                                           FTNS      193   Seminar/Internship III               2
                                                                           BIOL      106   Nutrition                            5
                                                                           TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                74
                                                                           GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                           CrEdITS
                                                                           Written Communication                                 5
                                                                           Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                                                                           Social Science                                        5
                                                                           See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                           each of the categories listed above.




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floristry
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                               TErM ONE                                 CrEdITS
 39 CrEdITS                                              FLDS   111   Introduction to Floristry         2
                                                         FLDS   112   Flowers & Foliage                 5
 This program prepares students to work as flower        FLDS   113   Basic Floral Design               7
 shop assistants/floral designers. Students will learn   FLDS   114   Indoor Houseplants                3
 to use fresh, dried and silk flowers in practical       FLDS   115   Sales and Service                 4
 and contemporary design. Experience in sales and
 service, care of floriculture materials, wire service   TErM TWO
 marketing, financial accounting for the floral shop,    FLDS   121   Retail Florist Operations         4
 blooming and house plant identification and care,       FLDS   123   Advanced Floral Design            7
 shop maintenance, special event sales and designing     FLDS   125   Floristry Lab                     4
 for weddings, funerals and holidays will prepare the    FLDS   198   Job Search Skills                 3
 student to be a flower shop professional and a floral
 designer. No prerequisite courses required. Any         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                         39
 developmental coursework a student may be
 required to complete may increase the
 program length.

 Floristry graduates will:
 • Be prepared for a wide range of entry-level careers
    in Floristry.
 • Provide proper care and handling for cut flowers
    and foliages commonly used in industry.
 • Create a variety of contemporary designs used in
    industry.
 • Perform excellent customer service.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.




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              Horticulture/Floristry Option
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                       TECHNICAL ELECTIvES
                 114 CrEdITS                                               Choose  credits from the following list.
                                                                           HORT     111 Botany                            5
                 This program offers a special option that trains          HORT     112 Tools & Equipment                 1
                 students to work as a sales person and floral designer    HORT     113 Propagation                       5
                 in the retail floral industry. Students gain hands-on     HORT     115 Plant Identification–Fall         4
                 experience in the use of fresh, dried and silk            HORT     116 Horticulture Lab–Fall             3
                 flowers in practical and contemporary floral design.      HORT     121 Soils                             4
                 The program provides experience in flower shop            HORT     122 Pruning                           2
                 procedures and management, business records,              HORT     123 Pests & Pesticides                4
                 sales and service, care of floriculture materials, wire   HORT     125 Plant Identification–Winter       4
                 service marketing, merchandising for the floral shop,     HORT     127 Horticulture Lab–Winter           4
                 blooming and house plant identification and care, and     HORT      131 Landscape Design I               6
                 shop maintenance. Special event sales, and designing      HORT     132 Landscape Materials               2
                 for weddings, funerals and holidays. A foundation of      HORT     134 Horticulture Marketing            1
                 44 credits in Environmental Horticulture is also
                                                                           HORT     135 Plant Identification–Spring       4
                 required. Any developmental coursework a student
                                                                           HORT     137 Horticulture Lab–Spring           4
                 may be required to complete may increase the
                                                                           HORT     150 Native Washington Plants          3
                 program length.
                                                                           HORT     152 Backyard Wildlife Habitat         2
                 Horticulture/Floristry Option AAS graduates will:         HORT     159 Irrigation Design and Management 3
                 • Be prepared for employment in landscaping firms,        HORT     211 Landscape Design II               1
                   garden centers, nurseries, public and private           HORT     212 Turfgrass Management              3
                   gardens and greenhouses.                                HORT     213 Interiorscapes                    3
                 • Be prepared for WSNLA and PlantAmnesty                  HORT     215 Plant Identification-Summer       4
                   certification exams.                                    HORT     216 Greenhouse Operations             3
                 • Focus on environmentally responsible practices          HORT     217 Horticulture Lab–Summer           3
                 • Provide excellent customer service.                     CWEX     197 Cooperative Work Experience     2-5
                                                                           TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               114
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                                           GENErAL ELECTIvES
                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                        CrEdITS     Choose a minimum of 0 credits from this list.
                 FLDS      111   Introduction to Floristry           2     SOCI     110 Introduction to Sociology               5
                 FLDS      112   Flowers & Foliage                   5     CHEM 101 Principles of Chemistry                     5
                 FLDS      113   Basic Floral Design                 7     BIOL     101 Biology                                 5
                 FLDS      114   Indoor Houseplants                  3     CWEX     197 Cooperative Work Experience           2-5
                 FLDS      115   Sales and Service                   4     ACCT     210 Financial Acct I                        5
                 FLDS      123   Advanced Floral Design              7     CISA     101 Computer Applications                   2
                 FLDS      121   Retail Florist Operations           4
                 FLDS      198   Job Search Skills                   3     GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                                           CrEdITS
                 FLDS      125   Floristry Lab                       4
                                                                           Written Communication                                   5
                 IFAD      151   First Aid/CPR                       1
                                                                           Oral Communication                                      5
                                                                           Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                                           Social Science                                          5
                                                                           See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                           each of the categories listed above.




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Hospitality/Wine Education
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy
 62 CrEdITS

 This certificate provides an extensive wine knowledge
 to prepare students for rapid advancement into the
 Service Industry with an emphasis on Sommelier
 Certification. Students gain expertise in all wine styles
 and countries of origin, production, sales and
 food pairing.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring.

 TErM I                                       CrEdITS
 HOSP       101   Introduction to Hospitality         3
 HOSP       106   Hospitality Basics                  4
 HOSP       103   Introduction to Management          3
 HOSP       110   Hospitality Service                10

 TErM II
 CULA       140 Introduction to Wine *                 3
                General Education Requirements         5
                General Education Requirements         5

 TErM III
 CULA       143 Wine and Food Pairing *                3
 CULA       196 Applied Culinary Techniques            3
                General Education Requirements         5

 TErM Iv
 CULA       145 Anthropology of Wine *                3
 CULA       235 Management                           15
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                62
 GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 CrEdITS
 Written Communication                                 5
 Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 Social Science                                        5
 See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 each of the categories listed above.

 * Must be  or older




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              Hotel Operations
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      HOTL      210   Hospitality Managerial Accounting       4
                 91 CrEdITS                                               HOTL      262   Conference & Event Management           4
                                                                          CWEX      190   Co-op Seminar                           1
                 This program has been revised since publication in       CWEX      197   Co-op Work Experience Internship        4
                 the 2006-07 catalog.                                     BUSA      101   Business Communications                 5
                                                                          CISA      101   Computer Applications                   2
                 This program combines individual and group               SPCH      220   Intro to Public Speaking                5
                 participation in assignments and projects. Students
                 master skills in front desk operations, basic hotel      TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–5 CrEdITS
                 accounting, human relations, managing diversity,         ACCT      111   Intro to Accounting                  5
                 aspects of hospitality management and organization,      BUSA      100   Business Math                        5
                 market strategy, development and tourism. Students       BUSA      102   Introduction to Business             5
                 also participate in industry experience through          BUSA      111   Business Computer Applications       5
                 internships. Internationally recognized American
                                                                          BPMT      111   Refrigeration Principles            10
                 Hotel and Motel Association Certification is available
                                                                          PSYC      100   Human Relations                      5
                 to graduates. Any developmental coursework a
                 student may be required to complete may increase         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   91
                 the program length.                                      GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
                                                                          CrEdITS
                 Hotel Operations AAS graduates will:                     Written Communication                                   5
                 • Be prepared to work in entry-level positions, such     Oral Communication                                      5
                   as Front Desk clerks, housekeeping inspectors,         Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                   guest services, and assistant/coordinators in sales,   Social Science                                          5
                   catering, and human resources.                         Foreign Language                                        5
                 • Understand how each department contributes to          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                   the overall goal of the hotel.                         each of the categories listed above.
                 • Understand the importance of pro-active
                   problem solving to avoid liability in ethical and
                   legal concerns of a hotel operation.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 COurSE                                      CrEdITS
                 HOSP      101 Introduction to Hospitality
                               & Food Services                       3
                 HOSP      103 Introduction to Management            3
                 HOSP      106 Hospitality Basics                    4
                 HOTL      113 Laws of Innkeeping I                  3
                 HOTL      114 Front Office Management               3
                 HOTL      115 Food & Beverage Operations            3
                 HOTL      120 Revenue Management                    3
                 HOTL      131 Hospitality Market Strategy I         3
                 HOTL      133 Facilities Management                 3
                 HOTL      135 Hotel Sales Management                3
                 HOTL      138 Negotiation Skills Seminar            1
                 HOTL      190 Customer Service                      2
                 HOTL      198 Job Search                            2




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Hotel Operations
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                              TErM THrEE
 73 CrEdITS                                              HOTL      198   Job Skills                           3
                                                         HOTL      114   Front Office Management              3
 This certificate program combines individual and        HOTL      190   Customer Service                     3
 group participation in assignments and projects.        CWEX      190   Cooperative Work Experience          1
 Students master skills in front desk operations,        CWEX      197   Internship and Seminar               2
 basic hotel accounting, human relations, managing                       General Education                    5
 diversity, aspects of hospitality management and
 organization, market strategy, development and          TErM fOur
 tourism. Students also participate in industry          HOSP      103 Introduction to Management             3
 experiences through internships. Internationally        HOTL      210 Hospitality Managerial Accounting      4
 recognized American Hotel and Motel Association         HOTL      262 Conference and Event Management        4
 Certification is available to graduates. Any                          General Education Requirement          5
 developmental coursework a student may be
 required to complete may increase the                   TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                73
 program length.                                         GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                         CrEdITS
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          Written Communication                                 5
                                                         Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 TErM ONE                                      CrEdITS   Social Science                                        5
 HOSP      101 Intro to Hospitality & Food Service 3     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 HOSP      106 Hospitality Basics                   4    each of the categories listed above.
 HOSP      110 Hospitality Service                 10

 TErM TWO
 HOTL      113 Laws of Inn keeping I                 3
 HOTL      131 Hospitality Market Strategy I         3
 HOTL      132 Hospitality Ethics                    3
 HOTL      133 Facilities Management                 3
 HOTL      134 Hospitality Industry
               Computer Systems                      3
 HOTL      215 Hospitality Training
               & Diversity Management                3
               General Education                     5




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              Hotel Operations
                 HOTEL rOOMS dIvISION MANAGEMENT                        HOTEL SALES MANAGEMENT
                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                              CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                 40 CrEdITS                                             43 CrEdITS

                 The Hotel Operations Certificate of Completion         The Hotel Operations Certificate of Completion in
                 in Rooms Division Management focuses on the            Sales Management focuses on the sales and revenue
                 operational areas of Front Desk, Reservations,         generation activities of a hotel. Students learn
                 Housekeeping, Night Audit, and Food and Beverage.      critical skills in salesmanship, marketing, revenue
                 Students learn critical skills in guest relations,     management, negotiation, and communication.
                 accounting and finance, legal and ethical issues,      The Sales Management Certificate of Completion
                 management strategies, and communication. The          combines individual and group participation in
                 Rooms Division Certificate of Completion combines      assignments and projects, and provides industry
                 individual and group participation in assignments      exposure through hotel tours and guest speakers.
                 and projects, and provides industry exposure through
                 hotel tours and guest speakers. Any developmental      The following program outline is a suggested
                 coursework a student may be required to complete       sequence of courses for this area of study. Courses
                 may increase the program length.                       listed in the program outline may not be offered
                                                                        in the exact sequential order. It is the student’s
                 Admission Dates: ?                                     responsibility to work out their individual schedule
                                                                        with a counselor or Adviser. Any developmental
                 COurSE                                     CrEdITS     coursework a student may be required to complete
                 HOSP      101 Introduction to                          may increase the program length.
                               Hospitality & Food Service          3
                 HOSP      103 Introduction to Management          3    Admission Dates: ?
                 HOSP      106 Hospitality Basics                  4
                 HOTL      113 Laws of Innkeeping I                3    COurSE                                     CrEdITS
                 HOTL      114 Front Office Management             3    HOSP      103   Introduction to Management          3
                 HOTL      115 Food & Beverage Operations          3    HOTL      113   Laws of Innkeeping I                3
                 HOTL      120 Revenue Management                  3    HOTL      115   Food & Beverage Operations          3
                 HOTL      133 Facilities Management               3    HOTL      120   Revenue Management                  3
                 HOTL      190 Customer Service                    2    HOTL      131   Hospitality Market Strategy I       3
                 HOTL      198 Job Search                          2    HOTL      135   Hotel Sales Management              3
                 HOTL      210 Hospitality Managerial Accounting   4    HOTL      138   Negotiation Skills Seminar          1
                 BUSA      101 Business Communications             5    HOTL      190   Customer Service                    2
                 CISA      101 Computer Applications               2    HOTL      198   Job Search                          2
                                                                        HOTL      210   Hospitality Managerial Accounting   4
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             40
                                                                        HOTL      262   Conference & Event Management       4
                                                                        BUSA      101   Business Communications             5
                                                                        CISA      101   Computer Applications               5
                                                                        SPCH      220   Intro to Public Speaking            5
                                                                        TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               43




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Human Resources Generalist
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 22 CrEdITS

 The Human Resources Generalist is designed
 towards the working professional wishing to
 enhance upon their HR and personnel knowledge
 and for the HR Assistant wishing to advance in their
 field. Students may find jobs as an employment
 and placement manager, HR manager, recruiter,
 employee benefits and payroll manager in addition
 to other positions within the human resources field.
 This program is focused on evening courses, thus
 allowing people who are employed to upgrade their
 skills and receive a certificate. Any developmental
 coursework a student may be required to complete
 may increase the program length.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 COurSES                                    CrEdITS
 BUHR      151   HR Information Systems            4
 BUHR      159   HR Overview                       1
 BUHR      163   Benefits, Health & Safety         2
 BUHR      165   Recruitment Process               2
 BUHR      166   Compensation                      2
 BUHR      167   Employee & Labor Relations        2
 BUHR      174   Training & Employee Development   2
 BUHR      183   Employment Law I                  3
 BUHR      184   Employment Law II                 3
 BUHR      190   HR Integration                    1
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             22




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               Information Technology
                 Applications Development
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                       TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
                 90 CrEdITS                                                ITAD      111 Computer Programming
                                                                                         Fundamentals                              5
                 The Information Technology Applications                   ITAD      112 HTML                                      5
                 Development program is designed to prepare                ITAD      123 C++ Programming I                         5
                 individuals to work as entry-level application            ITAD      124 Visual Basic Fundamentals                 5
                 developers within an organization. Students will          ITAD      133 C++ Programming II                        5
                 acquire the skills to design, code, implement, and        ITAD      135 Algorithms and Data Structures I          5
                 maintain programs and database systems that               ITAD      136 Operating Systems for Developers          5
                 provide computer-based solutions to business
                 problems. The Information Technology Applications
                 Development degree program offers the students an
                 opportunity to further develop skills in greater depth.
                                                                           [
                                                                           ITAD
                                                                           - OR -
                                                                           ITAD
                                                                                     128 Programming in C#

                                                                                     142   Java Programming I                   5
                                                                                                                                   5


                                                                           ITAD      145   Visual Basic Applications Dev        5
                 In the final term students collaborate on a project       ITAD      165   XML/XSL                              5
                 that simulates a real-life team-based applications        ITAD      168   QA Methodologies                     5
                 development environment, or complete an                   ITAD      199   IT Project                           3
                 industry-based internship.                                                Technical Electives*                12
                                                                                           General Education                   20
                 Information Technology Applications Development
                 AAS graduates will:                                       TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   90
                 • Design, code, debug, implement and maintain             GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                    programs as entry-level programmers and                CrEdITS
                    application software developers.                       (Must include 5 credits from each academic area)
                 • Understand and analyze software related                 Written Communication                                   5
                    problems, and design a solution utilizing              Oral Communication                                      5
                    appropriate software tools (i.e. programming           Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                    language, libraries, etc.)                             Social Science                                          5
                 • Demonstrate thorough understanding of software          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                    engineering concepts, and be able to apply them to     each of the categories listed above.
                    new technologies as they become available.
                                                                           * Technical electives may be taken from CSNT, CFOR,
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.              or ITAD areas. Students should consult their
                                                                             program adviser.




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Information Technology
 Applications Development
ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE-T dEGrEE                   TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
90 CrEdITS                                              ITAD      111 Computer Programming
                                                                      Fundamentals                              5
The Information Technology Applications                 ITAD      123 C++ Programming I                         5
Development A.A.S.-T program is intended for            ITAD      133 C++ Programming II                        5
transfer to specific baccalaureate programs based       ITAD      135 Algorithms and Data Structures I          5
on locally negotiated articulation agreements.          ITAD      142 Java Programming I                        5
Achievement of this degree will prepare the             ITAD      152 Java Programming II                       5
transfer student for upper division study. Degree       ITAD      271 Object Oriented Programming               5
requirements details are listed below.
                                                        GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS
Lake Washington Technical College does not offer
every course each quarter. Students are advised
to meet with an adviser to plan class schedules
for current and upcoming quarters that meet the
                                                    [   ART
                                                        - OR -
                                                        MMDP
                                                                  102 Two Dimensional Graphic Design

                                                                  102   Two Dimensional Graphic Design
                                                                                                                5

                                                                                                                5
                                                        ENGL      101   Written Expression                      5
transfer requirements of the four-year college of       ENGL      102   English Composition                     5
their choice. Any developmental coursework a            MATH      120   Statistics                              5
student may be required to complete may increase        MATH      124   Calculus I                              5
the program length.                                     MATH      125   Calculus II                             5
                                                        PHIL      120   Introduction to Logic                   5
Information Technology Applications Development         PHYS      114   General Physics                         5
AAS-T graduates will:
                                                        PSYC      101   General Psychology                      5
• Understand and analyze software related
                                                        SOCI      110   Introduction to Sociology               5

                                                    [
   problems, and design a solution utilizing
   appropriate software tools (i.e. programming         SPCH      220   Introduction to Public Speaking         5
   language, libraries, etc.)                           - OR -
• Demonstrate thorough understanding of software        SPCH      225 Small Group Communications                5
   engineering concepts, and be able to apply them to   TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   90
   new technologies as they become available.           See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
• Be prepared to transfer to specific baccalaureate     each of the categories listed above.
   programs.

Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.




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               Information Technology
                  Applications Development
                 SOfTWArE dEvELOPMENT                                         WEb APPLICATIONS dEvELOPMENT
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                   CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy
                 65 CrEdITS                                                   65 CrEdITS


                 This four-quarter certificate program is designed            This four-quarter certificate program is designed
                 to prepare individuals to work as entry-level                to prepare students to work in a variety of settings.
                 programmers and application software developers              Graduates will be able to design, deploy and maintain
                 within an organization. Students will acquire the            Internets and Intranets, write programs and scripts
                 skills to design, code, debug, implement, and                for client-server environments, and set up and
                 maintain programs that provide computer-based                maintain web databases. They will acquire the skills
                 solutions to business problems. In the final term,           needed to be successful web developers. In the final
                 students collaborate on a project that simulates             term students collaborate on a project that simulates
                 a real-life team-based applications development              a real-life team-based applications development
                 environment or complete an industry based                    environment, or to complete an industry-based
                 internship.                                                  internship.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.               Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS         TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
                 ITAD      111 Computer Programming                           ITAD      111 Computer Programming
                               Fundamentals                              5                  Fundamentals                              5
                 ITAD      112 HTML                                      5    ITAD      112 HTML                                      5
                 ITAD      123 C++ Programming I                         5    ITAD      122 DHTML/JavaScript                          5
                 ITAD      124 Visual Basic Fundamentals                 5    ITAD      124 Visual Basic Fundamentals                 5
                 ITAD      136 Operating Systems for Developers          5    ITAD      127 Web Server Technologies                   5
                 ITAD      133 C++ Programming II                        5    ITAD      129 Scripting-CGI Perl                        5
                 ITAD      145 Visual Basic Applications Develop.        5    ITAD      139 Server Side Scripting                     5

               [ ITAD
                 - OR -
                 ITAD
                           128 Programming in C#

                           142 Java Programming I
                                                                         5

                                                                         5
                                                                              [
                                                                              ITAD
                                                                              - OR -
                                                                              ITAD
                                                                                        128 Programming in C#

                                                                                        142 Java Programming I
                                                                                                                                      5

                                                                                                                                      5
                 ITAD      154 XML/XSL                                   5    ITAD      165 XML/XSL                                   5
                 ITAD      168 QA Methodologies                          5    ITAD      168 QA Methodologies                          5

                 GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS                               GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS
                 ENGL      106 Technical Writing                         5    ENGL      106 Technical Writing                         5
                               Quantitative Reasoning                    5                  Quantitative Reasoning                    5
                               Social Sciences                           5                  Social Sciences                           5
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   65   TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   65

                 See page  for a list of all applicable courses for        See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 each of the categories listed above.                         each of the categories listed above.




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Information Technology
 Applications Development
.NET PrOGrAMMEr                                         C#/C++ PrOGrAMMEr
CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                               CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
15 CrEdITS                                              15 CrEdITS

This certificate program is designed to prepare         This certificate program is designed to prepare
students to write programs and scripts for              students to work as C++ or C# application
client-server environments, and set up and maintain     developers within an organization. Students will
Web databases. They will acquire the skills needed to   acquire the skills to design, code, implement, and
be successful web developers on the .Net Platform.      maintain programs and database systems that
                                                        provide computer-based solutions to
Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          business problems.

COurSES                                    CrEdITS      Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

[
ITAD
- OR -
ITAD
          124 Visual Basic Fundamentals

          128 Programming in C#
                                                  5

                                                  5
                                                        COurSES
                                                        ITAD      123 C++ Programming I
                                                                                                  CrEdITS
                                                                                                             5
ITAD      139 Server Side Scripting               5     ITAD      128 Programming in C#                      5
ITAD      165 XML/XSL                             5     ITAD      133 C++ Programming II                     5
TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             15    TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                15




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              L egal Support Professional
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TErM fOur
                 118-120 CrEdITS                                          LEGL      142   Litigation                           4
                                                                          BUSA      102   Introduction to Business             5
                 The Legal Support Professional Degree Program            BUSA      198   Job Search                           2
                 provides students with extensive training in legal       CWEX      190   Internship Seminar                   1
                 procedures, legal support skills, court procedures,      CWEX      197   Internship                         3-5
                 legal terminology, billing systems, and computer
                 skills. Students find employment in law firms,           TErM fIvE
                 government offices and corporate law departments.        ITAD      112 HTML                                      5
                 Any developmental coursework a student may be                          General Education                         5
                 required to complete may increase the                                  General Education                         5
                 program length.                                                        Technical Electives                       5
                 Legal Support Professional AAS graduates will:           TErM SIx
                 • Communicate effectively with clients, attorneys,       CISA      211 Expert Word                            4
                   co-workers, and others in the legal field.                           General Education                      5
                 • Transcribe and format legal and general business
                                                                                        General Education                      5
                   documents accurately and efficiently.
                 • Perform introductory legal research on substantive                   Technical Electives                   10
                   and procedural law.                                    TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                         118-120
                 • Create and file pleadings with the court system,       GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
                   prepare and record real estate documents, create       CrEdITS
                   and file corporate documents with appropriate          Written Communication                                   5
                   agencies                                               Oral Communication                                      5
                                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 Prerequisites: Keyboarding at 30 words per minute        Social Science (PSYC 100)                               5
                 required for all legal classes.                          Social Science (PSYC 101)                               5
                                                                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           each of the categories listed above.
                 TErM ONE                                       CrEdITS   TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–15 CrEdITS
                 CISA      111   Word                                 4   ACCT      111 Introduction to Accounting           5
                 CISA      120   Business Desktop Management          5   CISA      114 Access                               4
                 OFTC      106   Keyboard Skill Building I            3   CISA      124 PowerPoint                           3
                 LEGL      112   Legal Procedures I                   4   CISA      154 FrontPage                            4
                 BUSA      100   Business Math                        5   CISA      235 Outlook                              2
                                 General Education                    5   ITAD      122 DHTML/Javascript                     5
                                                                          Other technical electives may be used with instructor
                 TErM TWO                                                 approval.
                 OFTC      107   Keyboard Skill Building II1          3
                 OFTC      111   Business English I                   5   NOTE: Students may take an elective if they possess
                 LEGL      122   Legal Documents & Transcription      4          keyboarding skills at 75 wpm.
                 BUSA      101   Business Communications              5

                 TErM THrEE
                 OFTC      108   Keyboard Skill Building III1         3
                 OFTC      121   Business English II                  5
                 LEGL      132   Civil Law Applications               4
                 CISA      112   Excel I                              4



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L egal Support Professional
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                              TErM THrEE
 72-74 CrEdITS                                           OFTC      108   Keyboard Skill Building III          3
                                                         OFTC      121   Business English II                  5
 The Legal Support Professional Certificate and          LEGL      132   Civil Law Applications               4
 Degree Programs provide students with extensive         CISA      112   Excel I                              4
 training in legal procedures, legal support skills,     PSYC      100   Human Relations                      5
 court procedures, legal terminology, billing systems,
 and computer skills. Students find employment in        TErM fOur
 law firms, government offices and corporate law         LEGL      142   Litigation                           4
 departments. Any developmental coursework a stu-        BUSA      102   Introduction to Business             5
 dent may be required to complete may increase the       BUSA      198   Job Search                           2
 program length.                                         CWEX      190   Internship Seminar                   1
                                                         CWEX      197   Internship                         3-5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            72-74
 TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS    GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 CISA      111   Word                               4    CrEdITS
 CISA      116   Windows                            3    (must include 5 credits from each academic area)
 OFTC
 LEGL
           106
           112
                 Keyboard Skill Building I
                 Legal Procedures I
                                                    3
                                                    4    [
                                                         BUSA
                                                         - OR -
                                                                   100 Business Math                      5



[BUSA      101   Business Communications            5    MATH      080 Basic Math 2                           5
 - OR -
 ENGL      093 Beginning English 2                  5    [
                                                         BUSA
                                                         - OR -
                                                         ENGL
                                                                   101 Business Communications

                                                                   093 Beginning English 2
                                                                                                              5

                                                                                                               5
 TErM TWO                                                PSYC      100 Human Relations                         5
 OFTC      107   Keyboard Skill Building II         3    See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 OFTC      111   Business English I                 5    each of the categories listed above.
 LEGL      122   Legal Procedures II                4

[
                                                         NOTE: Students may take an elective if they possess
 BUSA      100   Business Math                      5            keyboarding skills at 70 wpm.
 - OR -                                                        
                                                                Students may elect to take a higher level Math
 MATH      080 Basic Math 2                         5           or English.




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              L egal Support Professional
                 LAW OffICE CLErICAL ASSISTANT II
                 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy
                 59 CrEdITS

                 This Law Office Clerical Assistant II certificate
                 program is designed to prepare students for positions
                 as clerical assistants with transcription and civil law
                 skills in the legal field. This certificate will facilitate
                 students in finding entry-level positions in private law
                 firms, corporate law departments, and government
                 offices. Any developmental coursework a student may
                 be required to complete may increase the program
                 length.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                         CrEdITS
                 LEGL       112   Legal Procedures I                    4
                 CISA       116   Windows                               3
                 CISA       111   Word                                  4
                 OFTC       106   Keyboard Skill Building I*            3
                 LEGL       122   Legal Procedures II                   4
                 CISA       103   Internet                              2
                 OFTC       107   Keyboard Skill Building II*           3
                 OFTC       111   Business English I                    5
                 LEGL       132   Civil Law Applications                4
                 CISA       112   Excel I                               4
                 OFTC       121   Business English II                   5
                 OFTC       108   Keyboard Skillbuilding III            3
                                  General Education                    15
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                  59
                 GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                 CrEdITS
                 Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                 Written Expression                                    5
                 Social Science                                        5
                 See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 each of the categories listed above.

                 * Students may take an elective if they possess key
                   boarding skills at 70 wpm.




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L egal Support Professional
 LAW OffICE CLErICAL ASSISTANT I                              LAW OffICE rECEPTIONIST
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                                    CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 38 CrEdITS                                                   19 CrEdITS

 This Law Office Clerical Assistant I certificate             This Law Office Receptionist certificate program
 program is designed to prepare students for                  is designed to prepare students for positions as
 positions as clerical assistants with transcription and      receptionists in the legal field. This certificate will
 civil law skills in the legal field. This certificate will   facilitate students in finding entry-level positions in
 facilitate students in finding entry-level positions in      private law firms, corporate law departments, and
 private law firms, corporate law departments, and            government offices.
 government offices. Any developmental coursework
 a student may be required to complete may increase           Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
 the program length.
                                                              COurSES                                             Cr
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.               LEGL      112   Legal Procedures I                    4
                                                              CISA      116   Windows                               3
 COurSES                                        CrEdITS       CISA      111   Word                                  4
 LEGL       112   Legal Procedures I                    4     PSYC      100   Human Relations                       5
 CISA       116   Windows                               3     OFTC      106   Keyboard Skill Building I*            3
 CISA       111   Word                                  4
                                                              TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                 19
 PSYC       100   Human Relations                       5
 OFTC       106   Keyboard Skill Building I*            3     * Students may take an elective if they possess
 LEGL       122   Legal Procedures II                   4       keyboarding skills at 70 wpm
 CISA       103   Internet                              2
 OFTC       107   Keyboard Skill Building II*           3
 OFTC       111   Business English I                    5
 BUSA       101   Business Communications               5
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                  38
 * Students may take an elective if they possess
   keyboarding skills at 70 wpm




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              Machine Technology
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                       GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
                                                                           CrEdITS
                 120 CrEdITS
                                                                           Written Expression                                      5
                 Students will be well positioned to begin a               Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 career in the machine trades by gaining basic             Social Science                                          5
                 machining competencies through their work on              Oral Communication                                      5
                 projects along with a thorough grounding in shop          Physics                                                 5
                 theory, applied math, and a special emphasis on           See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 CAD/CAM programming and CNC machining. Any                each of the categories listed above.
                 developmental coursework a student may be
                 required to complete may increase the                     TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–11 CrEdITS
                 program length.                                           See faculty adviser/instructor for approved courses.

                 Machine Technology AAS graduates will:
                 • Be prepared for a range of entry-level machining
                   positions with skills to perform as manual and
                   CNC operators.
                 • Perform basic programming and setup for CNC
                   machines.
                 • Create parts for manufacturing processes.
                 • Use precision measurements, indicate in vices
                   and chucks, understand tool geometry, read shop
                   prints and create setups, and understand CNC
                   controls and beginning programming, both
                   manually and with CAD-CAM.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, and spring quarters.

                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS:                    CrEdITS
                 MACH      110 Fundamental of Machining                8
                 MACH      112 Machining Practice Punch                8
                 MACH      122 Machining Practice Tools                8
                 MACH      124 CNC and MasterCam                       8
                 MACH      120 Materials, Measuring & CNC              8
                 MACH      132 Machining Practice Thread               8
                 MACH      130 Blueprints, Trigonometry, and CNC       8
                 MACH      134 CNC & Manual Practice                   8
                 MACH      210 Practical CNC I                         3
                 MACH      215 Practical MasterCam I                   3
                 ENGT      131 Computer Aided
                               Drafting and Design I                   4
                 MACH      220 Practical CNC II                        3
                 MACH      225 Practical MasterCam II                  3
                 ENGT      133 Computer Aided
                               Drafting and Design III                 4
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             120




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Machine Technology
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy
 80 CrEdITS

 Students will be well positioned to begin a career in
 the machine trades by gaining basic machining
 competencies through their work on projects along
 with a thorough grounding in shop theory,
 applied math, and a special emphasis on CAD/CAM
 programming and CNC machining.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring.

 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
 MACH      110   Fundamental of Machining             8
 MACH      112   Machining Practice Punch             8
 MACH      122   Machining Practice Tools             8
 MACH      124   CNC- Introduction                    8
 MACH      120   Materials                            8
 MACH      132   Machining Practice Thread            8
 MACH      130   Blueprints, Trigonometry & CNC       8
 MACH      134   CNC & Manual Practice                8
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                80
 GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 CrEdITS
 Written Expression                                    5
 Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 Social Science                                        5
 See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 each of the categories listed above.

 TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–1 CrEdIT
 See faculty adviser/instructor for approved courses.




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              Medical Assistant
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS
                 90 CrEdITS                                               MEDA      116   Medical Terminology                  5
                                                                          MEDA      115   Law & Ethics                         4
                 The Medical Assistant Program prepares the students      CISA      101   Computer Applications                2
                 for high demand medical office positions including       MEDA      117   Clinical Procedures I                4
                 front and back office positions. Graduates of the
                 program are eligible to take the Certified Medical       TErM TWO
                 Assistant examination offered by the American            BIOL      211   Anatomy & Physiology I               5
                 Association of Medical Assistants. The program will      MEDA      127   Clinical Procedures II               4
                 provide the student with a knowledge base that           MEDA      133   Medical Office Skills                3
                 includes anatomy, physiology, medical terminology,       MEDA      114   Coding/Billing/Insurance             3
                 pharmacology, medical billing and coding, medical
                 assistants are highly versatile professionals in both    TErM THrEE
                 clinical and administrative realms. Medical assistants   BIOL      212   Anatomy & Physiology II              5
                 will learn to effectively communicate with a wide        MEDA      137   Clinical Procedures III              5
                 variety people including doctors, nurses, clients,       MEDA      133   Medical Computer Applications        4
                 medical billing staff, insurance representatives, and    MEDA      138   Pharmacology                         4
                 pharmacists. The program will culminate the theory,      MEDA      216   AIDS Training                        1
                 clinical and lab skills in an intern experience in
                 physician’s office.                                      TErM fOur
                                                                          MEDA      105 Principles of Phlebotomy               3
                 The Lake Washington Medical Assisting program is
                                                                          MEDA      218 Phlebotomy Lab                         3
                 accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of
                                                                          MEDA      238 Medication Administration              2
                 Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.
                 org) upon recommendation of the Curriculum               IFAD      162 First Aid/CPR for Health
                                                                                        Care Professionals                     1
                 Review Board of the America Association of Medical       MEDA      294 Medical Assisting Internship           5
                 Assistants Endowment (AAMAE).                            MEDA      293 Internship Seminar                     2
                 Commission on Accreditation of                           TErM fIvE
                 Allied Health Education Programs
                                                                                        Written Communication                  5
                 1361 Park Street
                                                                                        Oral Communication                     5
                 Clearwater, FL 33756
                 (727)210-2350                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                 5
                                                                          PSYC      101 General Psychology                     5
                 Medical Assistant AAS graduates will:                    PSYC      105 Psychology of Human Development        5
                 • Meet the Skill Standards set forth by CAAHEP  .        TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                90
                 • Be prepared to obtain the Certified Medical
                                                                          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
                   Assistant (CMA) credential.                            CrEdITS
                 • Demonstrate workplace skills in accountability,        Written Communication                                 5
                   dependability and reliability as medical assistants,   Oral Communication                                    5
                   medical receptionists, medical records clerks,         Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                   billing specialists and phlebotomists.
                                                                          Social Science                                       10
                 • Be prepared to transfer to a Physician’s Assistant     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                   program.                                               each of the categories listed above.
                 Prerequisites: HOBET Score of 25 percentile or
                 higher. Typing Skill 45 WPM

                 Admission Dates: Fall and spring



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Medical Assistant
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                               TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS
 85 CrEdITS                                               MEDA      116   Medical Terminology                    5
                                                          MEDA      115   Law & Ethics                           4
 The Medical Assistant Program prepares the students      CISA      101   Computer Applications                  2
 for high demand medical office positions including       MEDA      117   Clinical Procedures I                  4
 front and back office positions. Graduates of the                        General Education                      5
 program are eligible to take the Certified Medical
 Assistant examination offered by the American            TErM TWO
 Association of Medical Assistants. The program will      BIOL      211   Anatomy & Physiology I                 5
 provide the student with a knowledge base that           MEDA      127   Clinical Procedures II                 4
 includes anatomy, physiology, medical terminology,       MEDA      133   Medical Office Skills                  3
 pharmacology, medical billing and coding, medical        MEDA      114   Coding/Billing/Insurance               3
 assistants are highly versatile professionals in both                    General Education                     10
 clinical and administrative realms. Medical assistants
 will learn to effectively communicate with a wide        TErM THrEE
 variety people including doctors, nurses, clients,       BIOL      212   Anatomy & Physiology II                5
 medical billing staff, insurance representatives, and    MEDA      137   Clinical Procedures III                5
 pharmacists. The program will culminate the theory,
                                                          MEDA      132   Medical Computer Applications          4
 clinical and lab skills in an intern experience in
                                                          MEDA      138   Pharmacology                           4
 physician’s office. Emphasis is placed on the global
                                                          MEDA      216   AIDS Training                          1
 outcomes of communication and technical skills.
                                                                          General Education                      5
 The Lake Washington Medical Assisting program is
                                                          TErM fOur
 accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of
 Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org)        MEDA      105   Principles of Phlebotomy               3
 upon recommendation of the Curriculum Review             MEDA      218   Phlebotomy Lab                         3
 Board of the America Association of Medical              MEDA      238   Medication Administration              2
 Assistants Endowment (AAMAE).                            IFAD      162   First Aid/CPR for Health Care Profs    1
                                                          MEDA      294   Medical Assisting Internship           5
 Commission on Accreditation of                           MEDA      293   Internship Seminar                     2
 Allied Health Education Programs                         TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                 85
 1361 Park Street
                                                          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
 Clearwater, FL 33756                                     CrEdITS
 (727)210-2350                                            Written Expression                                    5
                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 Prerequisites: HOBET Score of 25 percentile or
                                                          Social Science                                       10
 higher. Typing Skill 45 WPM                              See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                          each of the categories listed above.
 Admission Dates: fall, spring.




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              Medical Transcription
                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                 25 CrEdITS

                 This sequence of five courses prepares individuals
                 with strong English, spelling and keyboarding skills
                 for entry-level transcription positions. Students learn
                 basic medical terminology and transcription theory,
                 then practice transcribing tapes of actual dictation of
                 medical reports by physicians to build word
                 recognition and speed.

                 This program is an Internet-based distance learning
                 course. Students may work on the course at
                 home or in the lab. The class meets five times per
                 quarter. Students complete their assignments on
                 their own time in the computer lab outside of the
                 class meetings with e-mail access to the instructor.
                 Students need to plan on spending 12-15 hours per
                 week on coursework for this program (this includes
                 reading, study, and lab time).

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 COurSES                                     CrEdITS
                 METR      111   Medical Transcription I             5
                 METR      121   Medical Transcription II            5
                 METR      131   Medical Transcription III           5
                 METR      211   Medical Transcription IV            5
                 METR      221   Medical Transcription V             5
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               25




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Multimedia Design & Production
 ANIMATION/GAME dESIGN                                    TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      MMDP      103   Storyboard Development                  3
 119 CrEdITS                                              MMDP      104   Color Theory                            3
                                                          MMDP      105   Storyboard Development II               4
 The Animation/Game Design degree is designed to          MMDP      114   Human Life Drawing                      4
 prepare students to work in a variety of settings.       MMDP      122   Photoshop I                             4
 Graduates will be able to create animated graphics       MMDP      124   3D Animation I                          4
 applicable to: gaming, marketing, advertising,           MMDP      127   The UNREAL ED                           4
 educational, and various other types of interactive      MMDP      130   Cartooning                              4
 media that use 3D animation. This program has a          MMDP      134   3D Materials and Methods                4
 strong emphasis on game development. Students
                                                          MMDP      136   Introduction to MEL Scripting           4
 need to demonstrate competency in the use of the
                                                          MMDP      137   Lighting and Composition                4
 Internet (CISA 103) and the Windows Operating
                                                          MMDP      138   Introduction to Level Design            4
 System (CISA116). Any developmental coursework a
 student may be required to complete may increase         MMDP      144   3D Animation II                         4
 the program length.                                      MMDP      150   Character Study                         4
                                                          MMDP      157   Introduction to Game Design             4
 Animation/Game Design AAS graduates will:                MMDP      164   Demo Reel                               8
 • Be prepared for employment as production and           MMDP      165   3D for Games I                          4
   technical artists, texture artists, level designers,   MMDP      170   Multimedia Graphics                     5
   and 3D modelers.                                       MMDP      174   Team Project                            8
 • Be prepared to work within a production                MMDP      176   3D for Games II                         4
   environment in the gaming industry.                    MMDP      180   Introduction to 3D Studio Max           4
                                                          MMDP      250   Character Rigging                       4
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           CWEX      190   Coop Work Experience Seminar            1
                                                          CWEX      197   Coop Work Experience                    3
                                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               119
                                                          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                          CrEdITS
                                                          Written Communication                                   5
                                                          Oral Communication                                      5
                                                          Social Science                                          5
                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                          See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                          each of the categories listed above.




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              Multimedia Design & Production
                 INTErACTIvE dIGITAL MEdIA                               TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                     MMDP      101   Introduction to Mac                     1
                 111 CrEdITS                                             MMDP      102   2D Graphic Design                       5
                                                                         MMDP      103   Storyboard Development                  3
                 The Multimedia Design and Production program is         MMDP      104   Color Theory                            3
                 designed to meet the growing need for professionally    MMDP      119   Video Production                        5
                 trained graphics and multimedia professionals.          MMDP      121   Illustrator I                           4
                 Students and members of the business community          MMDP      122   Photoshop I                             4
                 need multimedia training to meet current and future     MMDP      123   Flash I                                 4
                 industry demands. Students will acquire a fine arts     MMDP      151   Streaming Media I                       3
                 base and go on to study current software applications
                                                                         MMDP      105   Storyboard Development II               3
                 in depth.
                                                                         MMDP      133   Dreamweaver                             4
                                                                         MMDP      139   Digital A/V Editing I                   5
                 Interactive Digital Media AAS graduates will:
                 • Be prepared for employment as audio/video             MMDP      159   Digital A/V Editing II                  5
                    editors, pre/post production assistants, DVD         ITAD      112   HTML                                    5
                    developers, multimedia artists, and interactive      MMDP      132   Web Graphics                            4
                    web designers.                                       MMDP      195   Capstone Project                        5
                 • Be prepared to take entry level industry              MMDP      196   Capstone Project Lab                    3
                    certification exams.                                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               111

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                                         CrEdITS
                                                                         Written Communication                                   5
                                                                         Social Science                                          5
                                                                         Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                                         Oral Communication                                      5
                                                                         See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                         each of the categories listed above.

                                                                         TECHNICAL ELECTIvES*–25 CrEdITS
                                                                         * Technical electives may be taken from MMDP or
                                                                           ITAD areas.




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Multimedia Design & Production
 INTErACTIvE dIGITAL MEdIA
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy
 84 CrEdITS

 This four-quarter Certificate program is designed
 to prepare students to work in a variety of settings.
 Graduates will be able to design and create interactive
 media for games or training, create streaming and
 conventional web advertising/promotions, design
 and maintain interactive web sites, and work with
 instructional designers to develop online programs.
 They will acquire the skills needed to be successful
 developers of digital media.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
 MMDP      101   Introduction to Mac                  1
 MMDP      102   2D Graphic Design                    5
 MMDP      103   Storyboard Development               3
 MMDP      104   Color Theory                         3
 ITAD      112   HTML                                 5
 MMDP      121   Illustrator I                        4
 MMDP      122   Photoshop I                          4
 MMDP      139   Digital A/V Editing I                5
 MMDP      159   Digital A/V Editing II               5
 MMDP      151   Streaming Media I                    3
 MMDP      133   DreamWeaver                          4
 MMDP      123   Flash I                              4
 MMDP      195   Capstone Project                     5
 MMDP      196   Capstone Project Lab                 3
 MMDP      119   Video Production                     5
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                84
 GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 CrEdITS
 Written Communication                                 5
 Social Science                                        5
 Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 each of the categories listed above.

 TECHNICAL ELECTIvES*–10 CrEdITS
 * Technical Electives may be taken from MMDP or
   ITAD areas.




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              Multimedia Design & Production
                 PrINT                                                    GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      CrEdITS
                 110 CrEdITS                                              Written Communication                                   5
                                                                          Social Science                                          5
                 The print degree will prepare students for entry-level   Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                 jobs as desktop publishers, print production artists,    Oral Communication                                      5
                 prepress/preflight technicians, print graphic artists/   See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                 designers, and electronic document                       each of the categories listed above.
                 production specialists.
                                                                          TECHNICAL ELECTIvES*–24 CrEdITS
                 Print AAS graduates will:                                * Technical Electives may be taken from MMDP or
                 • Be prepared for employment as graphic artists            ITAD areas.
                    and designers, desktop publishers, production
                    artists, and prepress technicians.
                 • Be prepared to take entry level industry
                    certification exams.
                 • Produce quality work in a production
                    environment.

                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                      CrEdITS
                 MMDP 101        Introduction to Mac                 1
                 MMDP 102        2D Graphic Design                   5
                 MMDP 103        Storyboard Development              3
                 MMDP 104        Color Theory                        3
                 MMDP 129        Quark                               5
                 MMDP 115        Freehand I                          4
                 MMDP 117        Typography I                        3
                 MMDP 122        Photoshop I                         4
                 MMDP 121        Illustrator I                       4
                 MMDP 126        InDesign I                          4
                 MMDP 142        Photoshop II                        4
                 MMDP 158        Prepress I                          4

               [ MMDP 146
                 - OR -
                 MMDP 149
                                 InDesign II

                                 Quark II
                                                                     4

                                                                     4
                 MMDP 152        Layout Graphic Design               3
                 MMDP 154        Acrobat                             5
                 MMDP 178        PrePress II                         4

               [ MMDP 135
                 - OR -
                 MMDP 141
                                 Freehand II

                                 Illustrator II
                                                                     4

                                                                     4
                 MMDP 190        Digital Presentation                2
                 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             110




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Multimedia Design & Production
 PrINT                                                     MMDP      158 Prepress I                             4

                                                           [
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                MMDP      146 InDesign II                            4
 89 CrEdITS                                                - OR -
                                                           MMDP      149   Quark II                             4
 The print certificate will prepare students for           MMDP      152   Layout Graphic Design                3
 entry-level jobs as desktop publishers, print             MMDP      154   Acrobat                              5
 production artists, prepress/preflight technicians,       MMDP      178   PrePress II                          4

                                                           [
 print graphic artists/designers, and electronic
                                                           MMDP      135   Freehand II                          4
 document production specialists.
                                                           - OR -
                                                           MMDP      141 Illustrator II                         4
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                           MMDP      190 Digital Presentation                   2
 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                      CrEdITS       TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                89
 MMDP      101   Introduction to Mac                   1   GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 MMDP      102   2D Graphic Design                     5   CrEdITS
 MMDP      103   Storyboard Development                3   Written Communication                                 5
 MMDP      104   Color Theory                          3   Social Science                                        5
 MMDP      129   Quark                                 5   Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 MMDP      115   Freehand I                            4   See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 MMDP      117   Typography I                          3   each of the categories listed above.
 MMDP      122   Photoshop I                           4
 MMDP      121   Illustrator I                         4   TECHNICAL ELECTIvES*–8 CrEdITS
 MMDP      126   InDesign I                            4   * Technical Electives may be taken from MMDP or
                                                             ITAD areas.
 MMDP      142   Photoshop II                          4




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              Multimedia Design & Production
                 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                     TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                       CrEdITS
                 106 CrEdITS                                             MMDP      101   Introduction to Mac                     1
                                                                         MMDP      102   2D Graphic Design                       5
                 The Multimedia Design and Production program is         MMDP      103   Storyboard Development                  3
                 designed to meet the growing need for professionally    MMDP      104   Color Theory                            3
                 trained graphics and multimedia professionals.          ITAD      112   HTML                                    5
                 Students and members of the business community          MMDP      121   Illustrator I                           4
                 need multimedia training to meet current and future     MMDP      122   Photoshop I                             4
                 industry demands. Students will acquire a fine arts     MMDP      123   Flash I                                 4
                 base and go on to study current software applications   MMDP      129   Quark                                   5
                 in depth.                                               MMDP      142   Photoshop II                            4
                                                                         MMDP      154   Acrobat                                 5
                 Multimedia Design & Production AAS graduates will:      MMDP      139   Digital A/V Editing I                   5
                 • Be prepared for employment as web designers,
                                                                         MMDP      157   Introduction to Multimedia              3
                   graphic designers, and production artists.
                 • Be prepared to take entry level industry              MMDP      190   Digital Presentation                    2
                   certification exams.                                  MMDP      195   Capstone Project                        5
                 • Produce quality work in a design studio               MMDP      196   Capstone Project Lab                    3
                   environment.                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               106
                                                                         TECHNICAL ELECTIvES*–25 CrEdITS
                 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                                         * Technical Electives may be taken from MMDP or
                                                                           ITAD areas.

                                                                         GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
                                                                         CrEdITS
                                                                         Written Communications                                  5
                                                                         Social Science                                          5
                                                                         Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
                                                                         Oral Communication                                      5
                                                                         See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                         each of the categories listed above.




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Multimedia Design & Production
 COMPuTEr GrAPHICS                                     GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                            CrEdITS
 73 CrEdITS                                            Written Communication                                 5
                                                       Social Science                                        5
 The Computer Graphics program is designed to meet     Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 the growing need for professionally trained graphic   See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 professionals. Students and members of the business   each of the categories listed above.
 community need graphics and multimedia training to
 meet current and future industry demands. Students    TECHNICAL ELECTIvES*–15 CrEdITS
 will acquire a fine arts base and go on to study      *Technical Electives may be taken from MMDP or
 current software applications in depth.                 ITAD areas.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                     CrEdITS
 MMDP      101   Introduction to Mac              1
 MMDP      102   2D Graphic Design                5
 MMDP      103   Storyboard Development           3
 MMDP      104   Color Theory                     3
 ITAD      112   HTML                             5
 MMDP      121   Illustrator I                    4
 MMDP      122   Photoshop I                      4
 MMDP      123   Flash                            4
 MMDP      125   Quark                            5
 MMDP      142   Photoshop II                     4
 MMDP      195   Capstone Project                 5
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            73




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               Multimedia Design & Production
                  WEb MEdIA I                                              WEb MEdIA II
                  CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                                CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                  17 CrEdITS                                               15 CrEdITS

                  The Web Media Certificate Option is designed to          The Webmedia II Certificate is designed to prepare
                  prepare students for job transitions, skills upgrades,   students for job transitions, skills upgrades, and
                  and continuing industry education to remain              continuing industry education to remain current
                  current in their chosen field, multimedia design and     in their chosen field, multimedia design and
                  production. Graduates will find entry to mid-level       production. Graduates will find entry to mid-level
                  jobs as Graphic User Interface designers, online         jobs as streaming audio and video content designers
                  media producers, web designers, animation                and producers, online media producers, web
                  designers and producers.                                 designers, animation designers and producers.

                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.           Prerequisites: Successful completion (2.0 or
                                                                           higher grade) of HTML I, Photoshop I and Flash
                  COurSES                                      CrEdITS     I or industry experience. Industry experience will
                  MMDP      123   Flash I                            4     be evidenced through the personal portfolio of
                  MMDP      132   Web Graphics                       4     the applicant to waive entry requirements. It is
                  MMDP      133   Dreamweaver                        4     the student’s responsibility to present a portfolio
                  MMDP      195   Capstone Project                   5     and/or transcripts indicating satisfaction of the entry
                                                                           requirements to MMDP faculty.
                  TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                              17

                                                                           Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                                                                           COurSES                                      CrEdITS
                                                                           MMDP      159   Digital A/V Editing II               5
                                                                           MMDP      151   Streaming Media I                    3
                                                                           MMDP      143   Flash II                             4
                                                                           MMDP      153   Web Design                           3
                                                                           TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               15




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Multimedia Design & Production
 MuLTIMEdIA                                                PrINTMASTEr I
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 15 CrEdITS                                                16 CrEdITS

 The Multimedia Certificate option is designed to          The Printmaster Certificate Option I is designed to
 prepare students for job transitions, skills upgrades,    prepare students for job transitions, skills upgrades,
 and continuing industry education to remain               and continuing industry education to remain
 current in their chosen field, multimedia design and      current in their chosen field, multimedia design and
 production. Graduates will find entry-level jobs as       production. Graduates will find entry-level jobs as
 Video Editors and Multimedia Producers.                   desktop publishers, production artists, and prepress
                                                           technicians.
 Prerequisites: Successful completion (2.0 grade or
 higher) of Photoshop I, Digital Video/Audio Editing       Prerequisites: Instructor approval of computer
 I, Video Production, and Intro to Multimedia/Story-       literacy acquired either through industry or
 board I or industry experience. Industry experience       coursework. Industry experience will be evidenced
 will be evidenced through the personal portfolio          through the personal portfolio of the applicant
 of the applicant to waive entry requirements. It is       to waive entry requirements. It is the student’s
 the student’s responsibility to present a portfolio       responsibility to present a portfolio and/or transcripts
 and/or transcripts indicating satisfaction of the entry   indicating satisfaction of the entry requirements to
 requirements to MMDP faculty.                             MMDP faculty.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.            Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 COurSES                                     CrEdITS       COurSES                                     CrEdITS
 MMDP      159 Video/Audio Editing II                 5    MMDP      117   Typography                          3
 MMDP      170 Multimedia Graphics                    5    MMDP      126   InDesign I                          4
 MMDP      179 DVD Authoring                          5    MMDP      129   Quark I                             5
                                                           MMDP      158   Prepress I                          4
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               15
                                                           TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               16




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               Multimedia Design & Production
                  PrINTMASTEr II                                            ILLuSTrATOr/PHOTOSHOP I
                  CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                                 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                  17 CrEdITS                                                13 CrEdITS

                  The Printmaster II Certificate is designed to prepare     The Illustrator/PhotoShop I Certificate is designed to
                  students for job transitions, skills upgrades, and        prepare students for job transitions, skills upgrades,
                  continuing industry education to remain current           and continuing industry education to remain
                  in their chosen field, multimedia design and              current in their chosen field, multimedia design
                  production. Graduates will find entry-level jobs as       and production. Graduates will find entry level jobs
                  desktop publishers, production artists, and prepress      as print and screen (web and presentation) content
                  technicians.                                              designers and producers, online media producers,
                                                                            graphic designers, graphic user interface designers,
                  Prerequisites: Computer literacy acquired either          and image producers.
                  through industry or coursework. Industry experience
                  will be evidenced through the personal portfolio          Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                  of the applicant to waive entry requirements. It is
                  the student’s responsibility to present a portfolio       COurSES                                    CrEdITS
                  and/or transcripts indicating satisfaction of the entry   MMDP 121        Illustrator I                       4
                  requirements to MMDP faculty.                             MMDP 122        PhotoShop I                         4
                                                                            MMDP 195        Capstone Project                    5
                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                                            TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                              13

                  COurSES                                    CrEdITS
                  MMDP      122   Photoshop I                         4
                  MMDP      129   Quark I                             5
                  MMDP      152   Layout Graphic Design               3
                  MMDP      154   Acrobat                             5
                  TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               17




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Multimedia Design & Production
 ILLuSTrATOr/PHOTOSHOP II                              ILLuSTrATOr
 CErTIfICATE                                           CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 13 CrEdITS                                            13 CrEdITS

 The Illustrator/PhotoShop Certificate Option II is    The Illustrator Certificate is designed to prepare
 designed to prepare students for job transitions,     students for job transitions, skills upgrades, and
 skills upgrades, and continuing industry education    continuing industry education to remain current
 to remain current in their chosen field, multimedia   in their chosen field, multimedia design and
 design and production. Graduates will find entry      production. Graduates will find entry to mid-level
 to mid-level jobs as print and screen (web and        jobs as print and screen (web and presentation)
 presentation) content designers and producers,        content designers and producers, online media
 online media producers, graphic designers, graphic    producers, graphic designers, graphic user interface
 user interface designers, and image producers.        designers, and image producers.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.        Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 COurSES                                    CrEdITS    COurSES                                   CrEdITS
 MMDP      141 Illustrator II                      4   MMDP      121 Illustrator I                       4
 MMDP      142 PhotoShop II                        4   MMDP      141 Illustrator II                      4
 MMDP      195 Capstone Project                    5   MMDP      195 Capstone Project                    5
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                            13   TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             13




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               Multimedia Design & Production
                  SKILLS uPGrAdE                                          PHOTOSHOP
                  CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                               CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                  13 CrEdITS                                              17 CrEdITS

                  The Skills Upgrade Certificate is designed to prepare   The PhotoShop Certificate is designed to prepare
                  students for job transitions, skills upgrades, and      students for job transitions, skills upgrades, and
                  continuing industry education to remain current         continuing industry education to remain current in
                  in their chosen field, multimedia design and            their chosen field, multimedia design and
                  production. Graduates will find entry to mid-level      production. Graduates will find entry to mid-level
                  jobs as print content designers and producers,          jobs as print and screen (web and presentation)
                  typography designers and graphic designers.             content designers and producers, online media
                                                                          producers, graphic designers, graphic user interface
                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          designers, and image producers.

                  COurSES                                    CrEdITS      Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                  MMDP          Technical Electives                  8
                  MMDP      195 Capstone Project                     5    COurSES                                   CrEdITS
                                                                          MMDP      122   PhotoShop I                       4
                  TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                              13
                                                                          MMDP      142   PhotoShop II                      4
                                                                          MMDP      162   PhotoShop III                     4
                                                                          MMDP      195   Capstone Project                  5
                                                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             17




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Nursing
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                       TErM TWO
 92 CrEdITS                                                NURS      121 Medical-Surgical Nursing I             4
                                                           NURS      122 Medical-Surgical
 The Associate Degree Nursing program prepares                           Nursing I Practicum                    5
 students who are highly educated, technically             NURS      128 Skills Lab II                          2
 advanced, competent and caring individuals to             NURS      129 Health Assessment
                                                                         and Promotion II                       2
 practice professional nursing in a variety of settings.
                                                           NURS      134 Pharmacology                           3
 Graduates of the program are eligible to take the
 examination for licensure as a registered nurse
                                                           TErM THrEE
 (NCLEX-RN).
                                                           NURS      131 Medical-Surgical Nursing II            4
 Minimum admission requirements: Completion of             NURS      132 Medical-Surgical
                                                                         Nursing II Practicum                   5
 application for admission to the nursing program,         NURS      137 Mental Health Nursing I                6
 essay, minimum GPA 3.0, HOBET Test results 50%
 or higher, 3 professional recommendations, and            TErM fOur
 Washington state background check.
                                                           NURS      221 Nursing and the
                                                                         Childbearing Family                    3
 Nursing AAS graduates (RN) will:                          NURS      222 Nursing and the
 • Be prepared for employment as registered nurses                       Childbearing Family Practicum          3
   in hospitals, clinics, long term facilities, home       NURS      225 Nursing of Children                    3
   healthcare services, schools and physicians offices.    NURS      226 Nursing of Children Practicum          3
 • Be prepared to take the RN- NCLEX exam.                               General Education                      5
 • Practice legal and ethical standards appropriate to
   the professional role of the registered nurse.          TErM fIvE
                                                           NURS      241 Medical-Surgical Nursing RIII          4
 Admission Dates: fall                                     NURS      242 Medical-Surgical
                                                                         Nursing RIII Practicum                 4
 Prerequisite recommendation:                                            General Education                      5
 PSYC      101 General Psychology                     5                  General Education                      5
                                                           TErM SIx
 Prerequisite requirements:
 High School Chemistry or Equivalent                       NURS      235 Mental Health Nursing II               3
 Certified Nursing Assistant                               NURS      236 Mental Health
                                                                         Nursing II Practicum                   3
 BIOL       211 Anatomy and Physiology I              5    NURS      243 Professional Nursing Practice          2
 BIOL       212 Anatomy and Physiology II             5    NURS      244 Professional Nursing
 ENGL       101 Written Expression                    5                  Practice Preceptorship                 3
 MATH       120 Statistics                            5
 PSYC       105 Psychology of                              rEQuIrEd GENErAL EduCATION COurSES**
                 Human Development                    5    BIOL      106 Nutrition for
                                                                         Healthcare Professionals               5
 TOTAL rEQuIrEd CrEdITS                               25
                                                           BIOL      215 Microbiology                           5
 TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS      SPCH          Oral Communication**                   5
 NURS      110 Pathophysiology                        3
 NURS      111 Nursing Foundations                    4    TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                92
 NURS      112 Nursing Foundations Practicum          2    See page  for a list of all applicable courses for each
 NURS      113 Health Assessment                           of the categories listed above.
               and Promotion I                        2
 NURS      116 Communication                               * Refer to catalog for AAS Degree General Education
               Processes in Nursing                   2      Requirements
 NURS      117 Skills Lab I                           2    ** All general education courses are required to be
                                                             completed prior to the sixth quarter of the Associate
                                                             Degree Nursing program.
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               Practical Nurse
                  CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                 TErM ONE                                     CrEdITS
                  68 CrEdITS                                                 NURS      110 Pathophysiology                           3
                                                                             NURS      111 Nursing Foundations                       4
                  The Practical Nursing Program prepares students            NURS      112 Nursing Foundations Practicum             2
                  for employment as Practical Nurses in hospitals,           NURS      113 Health Assessment
                  clinics, long-term care facilities, home healthcare                      and Promotion I                           2
                  agencies, schools and doctor’s offices. Graduates          NURS      116 Communication
                  of the program are eligible to take the licensing                        Processes in Nursing                      2
                  examination to become licensed practical nurses            NURS      117 Skills Lab I                              2
                  (NCLEX-PN).
                                                                             TErM TWO
                  Admission requirements: Completion of                      NURS      121 Medical-Surgical Nursing I                4
                  application for admission to the nursing program,          NURS      122 Medical-Surgical
                  essay, minimum GPA 2.5, HOBET Test results, 3                            Nursing I Practicum                       5
                  professional recommendations, and Washington               NURS      128 Skills Lab II                             2
                  state background check.                                    NURS      129 Health Assessment
                                                                                           and Promotion II                          2
                                                                             NURS      134 Pharmacology                              3
                  Practical Nurse graduates will:
                  • Be prepared for employment as practical nurses
                                                                             TErM THrEE
                     in hospitals, clinics, long term facilities, home
                     healthcare services, schools and physicians             NURS      131 Medical-Surgical Nursing II               4
                     offices.                                                NURS      132 Medical-Surgical
                                                                                           Nursing II Practicum                      5
                  • Be prepared to take the PN- NCLEX exam.
                                                                             NURS      137 Mental Health Nursing I                   6
                  • Practice legal and ethical standards appropriate to
                     the technical role of the licensed practical nurse.
                                                                             TErM fOur

                  Admission dates: fall, spring                              NURS      213 Professional, Vocational
                                                                                           Relationships                             3
                                                                             NURS      214 Nursing Practice
                  Prerequisite recommendations:                                            and the Family Unit                       4
                  PSYC      101 General Psychology                      5    NURS      215 Nursing Practice
                                                                                           and the Family Unit Practicum             2
                  Prerequisite requirements:                                 NURS      219 Medical-Surgical
                  Certified Nursing Assistant                                              Nursing PIII Preceptor ship            3
                  BIOL       211 Anatomy and Physiology I               5                  General Education                     10
                  BIOL       212 Anatomy and Physiology II              5
                  ENGL       101 Written Expression                     5    rEQuIrEd GENErAL EduCATION COurSES**
                  MATH       099 Intermediate Algebra                   5    BIOL      106 Nutrition                                 5
                  PSYC       105 Psychology of                               SPCH          Oral Communication                        5
                                  Human Development                     5
                                                                             TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                   68
                  TOTAL rEQuIrEd CrEdITS                                25   See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                             each of the categories listed above.

                                                                             **All general education courses are required to be
                                                                               completed prior to completion of the third quarter
                                                                               of the Practical Nursing program.




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Nursing Assistant
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 16 CrEdITS

 The Nursing Assistant Program prepares students
 for employment as Nursing Assistants in hospitals,
 clinics, long-term care facilities, and home healthcare
 agencies. Additionally, this program prepares students
 for continuation on into practical or registered nurse
 programs. Graduates of the program are eligible to
 take the certification examination to become Certified
 Nursing Assistant. Any developmental coursework a
 student may be required to complete may increase the
 program length.

 Admission requirements:
 High School completion or GED or acceptance into
 Lake Washington Technical Academy
 Admission to Lake Washington Technical College
 ENGL 093 or equivalent placement score

 Admission dates: Every quarter

 PrErEQuISITE rEQuIrEMENTS:
 IFAD      158 CPR for the Health
               Care Provider or equivalent
 COME      120 7-Hour HIV AIDS
               Training or equivalent
               Nursing Assistant Registration

 COurSES                                    CrEdITS
 NURS      105   Medical Terminology               5
 NURS      107   Nursing Assistant Theory          5
 NURS      108   Nursing Assistant Laboratory      3
 NURS      109   Nursing Assistant Practicum       3
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             16




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               Office Assistant
                  CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                  35 CrEdITS

                  The Office Assistant program is designed to meet
                  the needs of basic office skills by teaching and
                  processing how to use the fax, phones, photocopy
                  machines, and calculators. Students may find jobs as
                  receptionists or clerical support.

                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                  TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS


                [ OFTC
                  - OR -
                  OFTC
                            105 Keyboarding

                            106   Keyboard Skillbuilding I
                                                                    3

                                                                    3
                  OFTC      110   Office Skills                     3
                  CISA      120   Business Desktop Management       5
                  CISA      111   Word                              4

                  TErM TWO


                [ OFTC
                  - OR -
                  OFTC
                            106 Keyboard Skillbuilding I

                            107   Keyboard Skillbuilding II
                                                                    3

                                                                     3
                  BUSA      191   Customer Service Help Desk         3
                  BUSA      198   Job Search                         2
                  CISA      124   PowerPoint                         3
                  ITAD      112   HTML                               5
                                  Technical Electives              2-4
                  TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             35
                  TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–2-4 CrEdITS




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Power Equipment, Marine &
  Motorcycle Service Technician
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                        TErM THrEE
 116 CrEdITS                                                PEQT      134 Power Transmission Applications           4
                                                            PEQT      135 Transaxles/Constant Variable
 This program provides students with a broad                              Transmissions                             3
 range of entry-level technical skills by working on        PEQT      136 Marine Gearcases                          3
 representative models of equipment serviced in             PEQT      137 Induction/Exhaust Systems                 5
 the power equipment, marine, and motorcycle                              General Education                         5
 industries. Students have some options of specializing
 in one or more areas after completion of basic             TErM fOur
 instruction. Students will spend their first quarter       PEQT      212   Fluid Power Systems                     2
 of training in a transportation core curriculum.           PEQT      213   Chassis, Suspension & Rigging           5
 Cooperative work experience is available with              PEQT      214   2 & 4 Cycle Gas Engines                 6
 instructor permission.                                     PEQT      215   Diesel Engines                          2
                                                                            General Education                       5
 Power Equipment, Marine & Motorcycle Service
 Technician AAS graduates will:                             TErM fIvE
 • Be prepared for a wide range of entry-level              PEQT      221 Advanced Electrical Systems               4
    positions with skills needed to set up, maintain,
                                                            PEQT      223 Advanced PEQT Applications I              6

                                                            [
    diagnose and repair a variety of equipment
    represented in industries.                              CWEX      197 Cooperative Work Experience
 • Be prepared to take the Equipment and Engine             - OR -
    Training Council certification exam.                                    Technical Electives                     4
 • Be prepared to take the manufacturers’                                   General Education                       5
    in-dealership certification programs.
                                                            TErM SIx
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.             PEQT      231 Advanced PEQT Applications II             4
                                                            PEQT      232 Advanced PEQT Applications III            6
 TErM ONE
 TRAN
 TRAN
           112
           113
                 Shop and Business Practices
                 Basic Electrical Systems
                                            CrEdITS
                                                        5
                                                        4
                                                            [
                                                            CWEX
                                                            - OR -
                                                                      297 Cooperative Work Experience

                                                                            Technical Electives                     4
 TRAN      125   Mechanical Principles                  5   TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               116
 TRAN      110   Computer Basics/Transport Trades       2
                                                            GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
                 General Education                      5   CrEdITS
                                                            Written Communication                                   5
 TErM TWO
                                                            Oral Communication                                      5
 PEQT      122 Electrical System Applications           6   Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
 PEQT      123 Charging Systems                         6   Social Science                                          5
 PEQT      124 Ignition Systems                         5   Physics                                                 5
               General Education                        5   See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                            each of the categories listed above.




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               Power Equipment, Marine &
                   Motorcycle Service Technician
                  CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                              TErM THrEE
                  78 CrEdITS                                              PEQT      134 Power Transmission Applications        4
                                                                          PEQT      135 Transaxles/Constant Variable
                  The Power Equipment, Marine and Motorcycle                            Transmissions                          3
                  Service Technician certificate program prepares         PEQT      136 Marine Gearcases                       3
                  students for entry-level positions in this rapidly-     PEQT      137 Induction/Exhaust Systems              5
                  growing field. This program provides students with                    General Education                      5
                  a broad range of entry-level technical skills by
                  working on representative models of equipment           TErM fOur
                  serviced in the power equipment, marine, and            PEQT      212   Fluid Power Systems                  2
                  motorcycle industries. Students have some options of    PEQT      213   Chassis, Suspension & Rigging        5
                  specializing in one or more areas after completion of   PEQT      214   2 & 4 Cycle Gas Engines              6
                  basic instruction. Students will spend their first      PEQT      215   Diesel Engines                       2
                  quarter of training in a transportation core
                                                                          TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                78
                  curriculum. Cooperative work experience is available
                  with instructor permission.                             GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                          CrEdITS

                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.          Written Communication                                 5
                                                                          Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                  TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS      Social Science                                        5
                  TRAN      112   Shop and Business Practices        5    See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                                                                          each of the categories listed above.
                  TRAN      113   Basic Electrical Systems           4
                  TRAN      125   Mechanical Principles              5
                  TRAN      110   Computer Basics/Transport Trades   2
                                  General Education                  5

                  TErM TWO
                  PEQT      122 Electrical System Applications       6
                  PEQT      123 Charging Systems                     6
                  PEQT      124 Ignition Systems                     5
                                General Education                    5




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Property Management
 SENIOr PrOPErTy MANAGEr                                   PMGT       135 Leasing Commercial Properties             2
 CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                PMGT       136 Tenant Relations
 75 CrEdITS                                                               Commercial Properties                     2
                                                           PMGT       137 Legal Issues for
 The Property Management Program is no longer                             Commercial Properties                     1
 offered as of October, 2006.                              PMGT       138 Policy/Procedures
                                                                          Commercial Properties                     2
 This program will prepare students for a career in        PMGT       139 Budget/Fiscal Management
                                                                          Commercial Properties                     2
 residential property management. It is combination        PMGT       141 Comp Applications
 of both the Residential Property Manager certificate                     for Property Managers                     3
 and the Commercial Property Manager certificate           PMGT       142 Finding and Keeping a Job                 2
 programs. Property Managers are in charge of              PMGT       143 Screen/Hire/Manage Employees              3
 leasing, renting and maintaining property such            PMGT       152 Real Estate Fundamentals
 as land and buildings. Students will learn skills                        Pre-License                             5
 such as how to lease residential properties, tenant                      Technical Electives                    19
 relations, marketing residential properties, budgeting,
 maintenance, and real estate fundamentals.                TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                    75
                                                           GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
 Property Management graduates will:                       CrEdITS
 • Be prepared for entry level positions as assistant      Written Communications                                5
   managers and leasing agents in either residential       Social Science                                        5
   or commercial firms.                                    Quantitative Reasoning                                5
 • Perform functions such as leasing space, helping        See page  for a list of all applicable courses for each
   with the budget process, overseeing a small             of the categories listed above.
   maintenance staff.
 • Be prepared to take the agent’s WA state Real           TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–19 CrEdITS
   Estate License Exam.                                    ACCT      111   Introduction to Accounting           5
                                                           BUSA      100   Business Math                        5
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.            BUSA      101   Business Communication               5
                                                           BUSA      250   Business Law                         5
 COurSES                                    CrEdITS        CISA      116   Windows                              3
 PMGT      110   Intro to Property Management       2      CISA      111   Word                                 4
 PMGT      111   Marketing Residential Properties   2      CISA      112   Excel                                4
 PMGT      115   Leasing Residential Properties     3      HMDS      111   College Strategies                   2
 PMGT      117   Legal Issues for                          OFTC      105   Keyboarding                          3
                 Residential Properties             1      OFTC      110   Office Skills                        3
 PMGT      116   Tenant Relations                          PSYC      100   Human Relations                      5
                 Residential Properties             2
                                                           SPCH      220   Introduction to Public Speaking      5
 PMGT      118   Policy/Procedure
                 Residential Properties             2
 PMGT      119   Budget/Fiscal Management
                 Residential Properties             2
 PMGT      126   Building Systems and Maintenance   3
 PMGT      131   Marketing Commercial Properties    2




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               Property Management
                  COMMErCIAL PrOPErTy MANAGEr                            TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–10 CrEdITS
                  CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                              ACCT    111   Introduction to Accounting        5
                  39 CrEdITS                                             BUSA    100   Business Math                     5
                                                                         BUSA    101   Business Communication            5
                  The Property Management Program is no longer           BUSA    250   Business Law                      5
                  offered as of October, 2006.                           CISA    116   Windows                           3
                                                                         CISA    111   Word                              4
                  This program will prepare students for a career        CISA    112   Excel                             4
                  in commercial property management. Property            HMDS    111   College Strategies                2
                  Managers are in charge of leasing, renting and         OFTC    105   Keyboarding                       3
                  maintaining property such as land and buildings.       OFTC    110   Office Skills                     3
                  Students will learn skills such as how to lease        PSYC    100   Human Relations                   5
                  commercial properties, tenant relations, marketing     SPCH    220   Introduction to Public Speaking   5
                  commercial properties, budgeting, maintenance, and
                  real estate fundamentals.

                  Property Management graduates will:
                  • Be prepared for entry level positions as assistant
                    managers and leasing agents in either residential
                    or commercial firms.
                  • Perform functions such as leasing space, helping
                    with the budget process, overseeing a small
                    maintenance staff.
                  • Be prepared to take the agent’s WA state Real
                    Estate License Exam.

                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                  COurSES                                    CrEdITS
                  PMGT      110 Intro to Property Management     2
                  PMGT      135 Leasing Commercial Properties    2
                  PMGT      138 Policy/Procedure
                                Commercial Properties            2
                  PMGT      137 Legal Issues for
                                Commercial Properties            1
                  PMGT      131 Marketing Commercial Properties 2
                  PMGT      136 Tenant Relations
                                Commercial Properties            2
                  PMGT      139 Budget/Fiscal Management
                                Commercial Properties            2
                  PMGT      126 Building Systems
                                and Maintenance                  3
                  PMGT      141 Comp Applications
                                for Property Management          3
                  PMGT      142 Finding and Keeping a Job        2
                  PMGT      143 Screen/Hire/Manage Employees     3
                  PMGT      152 Real Estate
                                Fundamentals Pre-License         5
                                Technical Electives             10
                  TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             39




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Property Management
 rESIdENTIAL PrOPErTy MANAGEr                           TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–14 CrEdITS
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION                              ACCT    111 Introduction to Accounting        5
 39 CrEdITS                                             BUSA    100 Business Math                     5
                                                        BUSA    101 Business Communication            5
 The Property Management Program is no longer           BUSA    250 Business Law                      5
 offered as of October, 2006.                           CISA    116 Windows                           3
                                                        CISA    111 Word                              4
 This program will prepare students for a career in     CISA    112 Excel                             4
 residential property management. Property Managers     HMDS    111 College Strategies                2
 are in charge of leasing, renting and maintaining      OFTC    105 Keyboarding                       3
 property such as land and buildings. Students
                                                        OFTC    110 Office Skills                     3
 will learn skills such as how to lease residential
                                                        PMGT    152 Real Estate Fundamentals
 properties, tenant relations, marketing residential                Pre-License                       5
 properties, budgeting, maintenance,                    PSYC    100 Human Relations                   5
 and real estate fundamentals.                          SPCH    220 Introduction to Public Speaking   5
 Property Management graduates will:
 • Be prepared for entry level positions as assistant
   managers and leasing agents in either residential
   or commercial firms.
 • Perform functions such as leasing space, helping
   with the budget process, overseeing a small
   maintenance staff.
 • Be prepared to take the agent’s WA state Real
   Estate License Exam.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 COurSES                                    CrEdITS
 PMGT      110 Intro to Property Management        2
 PMGT      115 Leasing Residential Properties      3
 PMGT      117 Legal Issues for
               Residential Properties              1
 PMGT      116 Tenant Relations
               Residential Properties              2
 PMGT      118 Policy/Procedure for
               Residential Properties              2
 PMGT      111 Marketing Residential Properties    2
 PMGT      119 Budget/Fiscal Management
               Residential Properties              2
 PMGT      126 Building Systems
               and Maintenance                     3
 PMGT      141 Comp Applications
               for Property Management             3
 PMGT      142 Finding and Keeping a Job           2
 PMGT      143 Screen/Hire/Manage Employees        3
               Technical Electives                14
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             39




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               Science Technician
                  ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                      TECHNICAL ELECTIvES                         CrEdITS
                  120 CrEdITS                                              (must choose 55 credits from the list below)
                                                                           BIOL     215 Microbiology                            5
                  The Science Technician program includes four             CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry I                         5
                  options: Environmental, Chemical, Manufacturing, or      CHEM 220 Organic Chemistry II                        5
                  Data Management Science Technology. The program          CHEM 230 Biochemistry                                5
                  prepares graduates for employment as technicians in      CHEM 240 Instrumental Analysis                       5
                  many areas such as biomedical and pharmaceutical         CISA     111 Word                                    4
                  laboratories, production and recycling plants, oil and   CISA     112 Excel I                                 4
                  gas companies, environmental and chemical                CISA     113 Excel II                                4
                  laboratories, and as testing specialists or technical    CISA     114 Access                                  4
                  service representatives.                                 ENGR     111 Engineering Graphics I                  4
                                                                           ENGR     131 Computer Aided Draft/Design I           4
                  Science Technician AAS graduates will:                   ITAD     133 C++ Programming II                      5
                  • Be prepared for a range of entry-level technician      ITAD     135 Algorithms and Data Structures I        5
                     positions in biomedical, pharmaceutical, oil/gas,
                                                                           ITAD     145 Visual Basic Applications
                     and environmental industries.                                        Development                           5
                  • Demonstrate unique skills in problem solving.          ITAD     152 Java Programming II                     5
                  • Be prepared to pursue advanced education               ITAD     173 Data Modeling                           4
                     opportunities.
                                                                           MACH     120 Materials and Measuring                 5
                                                                           MACH     130 Blueprints and Trigonometry             5
                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.
                                                                           STEC     220 Environmental Technology                4
                  TECHNICAL rEQuIrEMENTS                     CrEdITS       STEC     221 Hazardous Waste Management              4
                  CHEM      120 General Chemistry I                  5     TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                              120
                  CHEM      130 General Chemistry II                 5     GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–25
                  PHYS      114 General Physics                      5     CrEdITS
                  BIOL      101 Biology                              5     MATH       120 Statistics                             5
                  ITAD      111 Comp Programming                           Written Communication                                 5
                                Fundamentals                         5     Oral Communication                                    5
                  ITAD      123 C++ Programming I                    5     Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                  ITAD      142 Java Programming I                   5     Social Science                                        5
                  CWEX      197 Cooperative Work Experience          5     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for each
                                                                           of the categories listed above.




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Social & Human Services
 SOCIAL & HuMAN SErvICES                                   TErM THrEE
 ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                       SHSV      130 Therapeutic Approaches
 120 CrEdITS                                                             and Techniques                            5
                                                           SHSV      132 Community Resources                       5
 This program provides the generalist education            SHSV      138 Field Practicum Seminar I                 2
 for employment in a wide variety of social service        SHSV      139 Field Practicum I                         3
 agencies. The student will develop the professional
 values, skills, and knowledge to assist individuals and   TErM fOur
 groups with personal, interpersonal, and situational      SHSV      140 Disability Issues and Practice            5
 problems. In this occupational area projected to          SHSV      142 Behavioral Health and Wellness            5
 be one of the fastest growing clusters for the next       SHSV      146 Leadership
 five years (Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2000),                       Development and Ethics                    5
 students will be prepared for employment as case          PSYC      105 Psychology of
 managers in rehabilitation, employment services,                        Human Development                         5
 corrections, educational programs, and community
 based organizations serving youth, seniors, and           TErM fIvE
 individuals with disabilities.                            SHSV      210   Group Process and Dynamics              5
                                                           SHSV      212   Intro to Chemical Dependency            5
 Social & Human Services AAS graduates will:               SHSV      218   Field Practicum Seminar II              2
 • Be prepared for a wide range of entry-level careers     SHSV      219   Field Practicum II                      3
   in the field of human services: Case managers,
   employment coaches, family support assistants.          TErM SIx
 • Develop the core skills of active listening,            SHSV      220 Advanced Therapeutic Techniques 5
   assessment of client need and referral to               SHSV      222 Multicultural Counseling        5
   appropriate agencies.                                   PSYC      110 Psychology of Deviant Behavior  5
 • Meet the Community Skills Standards established
   by the Council for Standards in Human Service           TErM SEvEN
   Education                                               SHSV      238 Field Practicum Seminar III               2
                                                           SHSV      239 Field Practicum III                       3
 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.                          General Education                         5
                                                                         Technical Elective                        5
 TErM ONE                                    CrEdITS
 SHSV      110 Intro to Social                             TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                               120
               and Human Services                    5     GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–20
 SOCI      110 Intro to Sociology                    5     CrEdITS
 PSYC      100 Human Relations                       5     Social Science (included in required courses)           5
               General Education                     5     Written Communication                                   5
                                                           Quantitative Reasoning                                  5
 TErM TWO                                                  Oral Communication                                      5
 SHSV      120 Case Management and Systems           5     See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
 PSYC      101 General Psychology                    5     each of the categories listed above.
               General Education                     5
               Technical Elective                    5     TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–10 CrEdITS
                                                           Electives may be selected from CISA, PSYC, and HMDS
                                                           areas and must be approved by the SHSV faculty
                                                           adviser.




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               Social & Human Services
                  CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                            CrEdITS
                  75 CrEdITS
                                                                            Social Science (PSYC 100)                             5
                  This program provides the generalist education            Written Communication (ENGL 100)                      5
                  for employment in a wide variety of social service        Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                  agencies. The student will develop the professional       See page  for a list of all applicable courses for
                  values, skills, and knowledge to assist individuals and   each of the categories listed above.
                  groups with persona, interpersonal, and situational
                                                                            TECHNICAL ELECTIvES–5 CrEdITS
                  problems. In this occupational area projected to
                  be one of the fastest growing clusters for the next       Electives may be selected from CISA, PSYC, and HMDS
                                                                            areas and must be approved by the SHSV faculty
                  five years (Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2000),
                                                                            adviser.
                  students will be prepared for employment as case
                  managers in rehabilitation, employment services,
                  corrections, educational programs, and community
                  based organizations serving youth, seniors, and
                  individuals with disabilities.

                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                  TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS
                  SHSV      110 Intro to Social
                                and Human Services                    5
                  SOCI      110 Intro to Sociology                    5
                                General Education                     5

                  TErM TWO
                  SHSV      120 Case Management and Systems           5
                  PSYC      101 General Psychology                    5
                                Technical Electives                   5
                                General Education                     5

                  TErM THrEE
                  SHSV      130 Therapeutic
                                Approaches/Techniques                 5
                  SHSV      132 Community Resources                   5
                  SHSV      138 Field Practicum Seminar I             2
                  SHSV      139 Field Practicum I                     3
                                General Education                     5

                  TErM fOur
                  SHSV      140 Disability Issues and Practice        5
                  SHSV      142 Behavioral Health and Wellness        5
                  SHSV      146 Leadership
                                Development and Ethics                5
                  PSYC      105 Psych of Human Development            5
                  TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                              75




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Social & Human Services
 LANGuAGE INTErPrETING SErvICES
 CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
 16 CrEdITS

 This program prepares students for the DSHS
 screening examination in medical and social services
 language interpreting. Students will learn interpreter
 terminology, grammatical skills and professional
 ethics needed for successful employment in the high
 demand occupation of language interpreting. Any
 developmental coursework a student may be required
 to complete may increase the program length.

 Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

 COurSES                                    CrEdITS
 SHSV      110 Introduction to
               Social and Human Services           5
 SHSV      112 Exploring Medical Interpreting      3
 SHSV      114 Exploring Social
               Service Interpreting                3
 SHSV      222 Multicultural Counseling            5
 TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                             16




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               Welding Fabrication &
                    Maintenance Technology
                  CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                               TErM THrEE
                  60 CrEdITS                                               WELD      132   Gas Tungsten Arc Welding             5
                                                                           WELD      133   Carbon and Plasma Arc Cutting        1
                  Students learn welding skills used in construction       WELD      135   Layout & Fabrication Technique       3
                  projects, manufacturing, industrial plants, and in       WELD      136   WABO Test Preparation                1
                  maintenance industries. Using the latest welding         WELD            Technical Electives                  5
                  processes and techniques, students learn to read                         General Education                    5
                  blueprints and fabricate products in a variety of
                                                                           TOTAL PrOGrAM CrEdITS                                60
                  shapes and sizes. Students prepare to take the
                  Washington Association of Building Officials             GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS–15
                                                                           CrEdITS
                  (WABO) test.
                                                                           Written Communication                                 5
                  Welding Fabrication & Maintenance graduates will:        Quantitative Reasoning                                5
                  • Be prepared for a range of entry-level positions       Social Science                                        5
                    as welder apprentices, welders, welder fabricators,    See page  for a list of all applicable courses for each
                    welding fitters.                                       of the categories listed above.
                  • Be prepared to succeed on the WABO certification
                    and similar industry exams.
                  • Meet the Washington Association of Building
                    Officials (WABO) skills standards and can perform
                     setup, fabricating, troubleshooting, welding,
                    cutting, bend testing, and evaluation for
                    certification.

                  Admission Dates: fall, winter, spring, summer.

                  TErM ONE                                   CrEdITS
                  WELD      111 Welding Theory                         5
                  WELD      112 Oxy/Acetylene Cutting & Welding        3
                  WELD      113 Shielded Metal Arc Welding             7
                                General Education                      5

                  TErM TWO
                  WELD      121 Blueprint Reading                      5
                  WELD      122 Flux-Core Arc Welding                  5
                  WELD      123 Gas Metal Arc Welding                  5
                                General Education                      5




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General Education
 MISSION                                                 CErTIfICATE
 The general education program at Lake Washington        Applicable course list to satisfy General Education
 Technical College helps our students develop the        Requirements for the Certificate:
 global and foundational skills of written and oral
 communication, quantitative reasoning, and human        WrITTEN COMMuNICATIONS
 relations. These skills prepare our students for        BUSA 101, Business Communications
 success in technical programs and careers, cultivate    ENGL 092, Reading Improvement
 critical thinking, and foster the values of life-long   ENGL 093, Beginning English
 learning.                                               ENGL 100, Introduction to Writing
                                                         ENGL 101, Written Expression
 The general education department supports student       ENGL 102, Research Writing
 skill development in the global outcomes areas of       ENGL 106, Technical Writing
 communication, critical thinking, global and cultural
 awareness, teamwork, and technical and information      QuANTITATIvE rEASONING
 literacy. For more information on the global out-       BUSA 100, Business Math
 comes program, please see page 8.                       MATH 080, Basic Math
                                                         MATH 090, Introduction to Algebra
 GENErAL EduCATION rEQuIrEMENTS                          MATH 099, Intermediate Algebra
                                                         MATH 102, Quantitative Reasoning
 AAS dEGrEE                                              MATH 107, Math for Non-Science Majors
 Applicable course list to satisfy General Education     MATH 114, Precalculus I
 Requirements for the AAS Degree:                        MATH 115, Precalculus II
                                                         MATH 120, Statistics
 WrITTEN COMMuNICATIONS                                  MATH 124, Calculus I
 ENGL 101, Written Expression                            MATH 125, Calculus II
 ENGL 102, Research Writing                              PHIL 120, Introduction to Logic
 ENGL 106, Technical Writing
                                                         SOCIAL SCIENCE
 OrAL COMMuNICATIONS                                     CJUS 210, Introduction to Criminal Justice
 SPCH 101, Interpersonal Communication                   PSYC 100, Human Relations
 SPCH 220, Introduction to Public Speaking               PSYC 101, General Psychology
 SPCH 225, Small Group Communication                     PSYC 105, Human Growth and Development
                                                         SOCI 110, Introduction to Sociology
 QuANTITATIvE rEASONING
 MATH 102, Quantitative Reasoning                        NOTE: Students enrolled in CSNT, Electronics,
 MATH 107, Math for Non-Science Majors                         Architectural Graphics, Engineering
 MATH 114, Precalculus I                                       Graphics, or ITAD, must complete MATH 00
 MATH 115, Precalculus II                                      or higher to receive credit.
 MATH 120, Statistics
 MATH 124, Calculus I
 MATH 125, Calculus II
 PHIL 120, Introduction to Logic

 SOCIAL SCIENCE
 CJUS 201, Introduction to Criminal Justice
 PSYC 101, General Psychology
 PSYC 105, Human Growth and Development
 SOCI 110, Introduction to Sociology




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Support Services for
   Students and Community




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               Support Services for Students                                 CLEP
                   At Lake Washington Technical College, you will find
                   special services designed to offer support and            Students working towards an A.A.S. degree may
                   enhancement for your education. We want your              earn general education credits in English, math,
                   educational experience to be both pleasant and            psychology and sociology by taking a computer-based
                   successful.                                               College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exam.
                                                                             Check with an adviser for other courses eligible for
                   EduCATIONAL PLANNING                                           .
                                                                             CLEP A passing score earns credit only-not a grade.
                   West Building, W207                                       GPA is not impacted by CLEP scores.
                   (425)739-8100, ext. 501
                   E-mail: advising@lwtc.edu                                 GEd
                   www.lwtc.ctc.edu/advising                                 General Education Development (GED) testing is
                   Assessing readiness for college programs is an            available in English and Spanish.
                   important part of student success, and advisers
                   are available to help each student understand their       HObET
                   placement tests, determine academic readiness             The HOBET test is required as part of the admission
                   in math and English, and help select appropriate          process for the Dental Hygiene, Practical Nurse and
                   classes. An adviser can help each student determine       Nursing and other allied health programs.
                   degree and certificate requirements, a sequence of
                   courses, and select general education courses. The        MOS
                   first appointment with an adviser is also a good time     The college is an authorized Microsoft Office
                   to discuss the transfer of any other college credits.     Specialist (MOS) certification testing center.
                   Quality planning will help each student select the
                   right program and the right classes at the right time.    vOCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
                                                                             Selecting a career and an appropriate training
                   Students planning to apply for the Associate of Applied   program are major life decisions. Whether it is
                   Science (A.A.S.) degree or certificate should meet with   your first time in the employment field or you are
                   an adviser to review degree planning steps and degree     changing careers, you are making an investment with
                   requirements, degree progress, and to complete the        both your time and money. Make sure it is the right
                   college admissions application. Advisers can refer        decision before you start training!
                   students to an array of college services designed
                   to support student success. It is the responsibility      To assist you in your career exploration, the
                   of each student to plan for program completion            Employment Resource Center at Lake Washington
                   including degree requirements, certificate                Technical College offers a free Career Choice
                   requirements, and transfer requirements. Early            Workshop the first Friday of every month from 10:00
                   meetings with an adviser will help make certain that      a.m. to noon. Explore your interests, research current
                   educational plans are on target.                          occupational information and learn about resources
                                                                             to assist you in exploring your career options.
                   ASSESSMENT                                                Additional interest and personality assessments
                   West Building, W204                                       are available on an individual basis. Contact the
                   (425)739-8115                                             Employment Resource Center at (425)739-8113
                   www.lwtc.ctc.edu/assessment                               for more information.
                   A variety of assessments are offered to both students
                   and the community.                                        COuNSELING
                                                                             West Building, W207E
                   PLACEMENT TESTING                                         (425)739-8100, ext. 501
                   The COMPASS placement test is required for English        Counselors are available to assist students with
                   and math class placement. The college also accepts        educational, career, or personal needs so students can
                   ASSET and SLEP results taken within the past              successfully complete their college training.
                   two years.                                                Short-term counseling services are confidential and
                                                                             available at no charge to students. Counseling empha-
                                                                             sis is on providing support to students, teaching new
                                                                             coping skills, and accessing community resources.
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Counselors work with community agencies and               Applications are available in room W207N and by
organizations. When appropriate they make referrals       calling (425)739-8361, 739-8249 or 739-8353.
to other agencies to support the student.
                                                          The following statement is about the Student Support
dISAbILITy SuPPOrT SErvICES                               Services for Students with Disabilities grant from the
West Building, W207O                                      U.S. Department of Education. However, the contents
(425)739-8204                                             have not been reviewed by the Department and no
TDD: (425)739-8109                                        endorsement should be inferred.
dss@lwtc.edu
The college is committed to providing support               The Lake Washington Technical College Student
services to students with disabilities in compliance        Support Services TRiO Project is 100% federally
with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973          funded annually at $219,791.00.
and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Students who need assistance should make an               WOrKEr rETrAINING
appointment to see the Disability Support Services        West Building, W207D
Coordinator by calling (425)739-8204, in person in        (425)739-8206
room W207O, or via e-mail at dss@lwtc.edu.                worker.retraining@lwtc.edu
                                                          The college provides special services to people
For more information consult the Web site at              who have been laid off from work, are displaced
http://lwtchost.ctc.edu/dept/disabilitysvcs.              homemakers, or were self-employed and are now
                                                          unemployed.
TriO STudENT SuPPOrT SErvICES fOr
STudENTS WITH dISAbILITIES                                Services may include free tuition, books, and
West Building, 207N                                       educational planning, as well as the development of
(425)739-8361                                             an individual training plan.
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally
funded TRiO grant project established at Lake             WOrKfIrST PrOGrAMS
Washington Technical College for the purpose of           West Building, W207H & I
assisting students with disabilities in achieving their   (425)739-8339 and (425)739-8131
postsecondary ambitions. Students are encouraged          WorkFirst is an innovative partnership involving the
to complete their associate degree or certificate         college, the Department of Social and Health Services
program and, whenever feasible, transfer to a 4-year      (DSHS), Employment Security Department (ESD),
institution. This is accomplished by providing            and community-based organizations, business
supportive services such as tutoring, career planning,    and labor.
academic action plans, advising, transfer assistance,
mentoring, and success workshops.                         The goal of WorkFirst is to assist families, through
                                                          training and basic education, to move permanently
To be eligible for Student Support Services, you must:    off all forms of public assistance and to become
• Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment at LWTC          self-sufficient. There are a number of options within
• Be registered with LWTC Disability Support Services     the WorkFirst program to help families attain this
• Be able to meet the criteria for academic need as       goal. The following programs are available:
   established by the SSS Project
• Be a citizen, national or permanent resident of the     • Customized Job Skills Training provides short-term
   United States                                            intensive training for a specific job. Training is
                                                            available in office occupations, and certified
Tutoring is the basis of our services and students          nursing assistant.
can receive free one-on-one tutoring from two to six      • Literacy/ GED Preparation classes are offered to
hours a week. In addition, SSS will tutor you from a        income-eligible students who need basic
B to an A!                                                  education prior to entering an occupation or other
                                                            employment training.


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                   • WorkFirst Financial Aid provides free tuition and       bOOKSTOrE
                     book assistance to income-eligible working parents      East Building, E128
                     who are enrolled in Lake Washington Technical           (425)739-8108
                     College training programs.                              The bookstore sells class supplies such as textbooks,
                                                                             notebooks, software, art and engineering supplies,
                   Eligible students:                                        greeting cards, snacks, sweatshirts and other useful
                   • are working and fall within the low-income              items. Books can be ordered at www.efollett.com.
                      guidelines established by the state of Washington/
                      or are receiving TANF benefits from DSHS; and          EArLy LEArNING CENTEr
                   • are parents of a child or children under the age        South Portable, S2
                      of 18 years; and                                       (425)739-8117 or 739-8100 ext. 565
                   • are residents of Washington state; and                  Convenient, quality care is available at the campus
                   • have applied for financial aid                          Early Learning Center for children from age 12
                                                                             months through six years. Youngsters receive an
                   For more information contact the WorkFirst Program        active, stimulating program that encourages learning
                   in room W207H and I or call (425)739-8339 or              through experience and accomplishment. Funding
                   (425)739-8131.                                            programs are accepted. Please call to register a child.
                   JOb PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE IN THE                           dENTAL CLINIC
                   CLASSrOOM
                                                                             East Building, E107
                   The training programs at the college are practical        (425)739-8130
                   and reality-based, relying on strong ties between         Students receive quality dental care at a low cost in
                   industry and faculty. Job-search methods, including       the college’s modern, fully equipped dental clinic.
                   interviewing techniques, résumé writing, and              Licensed dentists are available by appointment to
                   application methods, are taught in the classroom          provide a wide range of dental procedures. The
                   specific to the type of industry or skill that is being   clinic provides students in the dental assisting and
                   learned. Instructors assist students in looking for       dental hygiene programs with a practical experience
                   work using industry-specific job-search methods.          environment. Please call to make an appointment.
                   JOb PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE IN THE
                   EMPLOyMENT rESOurCE CENTEr                                EvErGrEEN HEALTHCArE ACCESS PrOGrAM
                   West Building, W205                                       West Building, W101
                   (425)739-8113                                             (425)739-8400
                   www.lwtc.ctc.edu/erc                                      The Evergreen Healthcare Access Program is
                   The Employment Resource Center offers career              very pleased to be partnering with the college to
                   exploration and job search assistance to students,        bring health services to the college and Eastside
                   alumni, and community members. The center is              communities. A registered nurse, an employee of the
                   staffed by a partnership between the college, the         Evergreen Healthcare Access Program, offers nursing
                   college’s Associated Student Government, and              evaluation and assistance for minor illnesses or injury
                   representatives from community-based organizations.       to college staff during regularly scheduled hours.
                                                                             Schedule changes relating to the Health Room will be
                   Services include:                                         posted on the Health Room door, and college staff will
                   • An extensive list of current job postings               be notified by e-mail.
                   • Career Services Online
                   • Search for current jobs, apply online and post your     In addition to staffing the Health Room, the Evergreen
                      résumé using our new online service                    Healthcare Access Program is pleased to be able to
                   • Job search resources and assistance                     offer the following services to eligible students, staff,
                   • Career exploration workshops and resources              and families in the community:
                   • Resume, interview and networking assistance
                   • Computer, fax, copy machine and phone are               • free health screenings and assessments
                      available to assist in job search                      • well-child exams
                   • On-campus employer recruiting opportunities and         • childhood immunizations
                      information on local job fairs
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Low-cost sports physicals with subsidies are available    • books
upon request. An advanced registered nurse practi-        • audio and videotapes
tioner provides these services and an appointment         • technical and vocational magazines
is required. Case management services, providing          • local, regional, national and international
information and referral linkages, are made available        newspapers
through the Evergreen Care Network.                       • CD-ROMs
                                                          • computers connected to the library catalog and
fOOd SErvICE                                                 Internet
Students have several choices on campus for snacks        • career center
and meals. Nutritious, quality food service is avail-     • conference room
able in the cafeteria, offering well-balanced entrees     • photocopier
daily as well as beverages and snacks. In addition, the   • fax machine
college operates a training restaurant for students in    • VCR’s
the Culinary Arts program. It is open to the public for
full meal service daily. Hours of operation in the food   The library’s Web site offers access to the library’s
service programs are shorter during the summer            catalog as well as research databases and other
quarter. Vending machines for snacks and beverages        online resources. The library offers document
are also available on campus.                             delivery and interlibrary loan services. As a member
                                                          of the Western Library Network, the center is linked
ACAdEMIC SKILLS CENTEr                                    to other libraries throughout the western states
Technology Center, T217                                   which greatly increases the resources available by
 (425)739-8100, ext. 656                                  interlibrary loan.
If you need help in keeping up with your classes or
require remedial assistance before proceeding into        PArKING
a program, the Academic Skills Center is the place        The college provides free parking facilities for
to go. Open to all college students on a walk-in or       students in both day and evening programs except at
teacher-referral basis, the Center offers a variety of    the Redmond campus. Parking is not allowed along
services to assist you in becoming a self-sufficient      roadways and traffic lanes.
learner. Services include:
                                                          Designated spaces are available for disabled persons
• Computer-assisted instruction                           who display a state-issued parking sticker. For a
• Referral for taped textbooks                            carpool parking permit application form, please visit
• Basic math and vocabulary building                      Campus Services in the East Building, 1st floor.
• Assistance with writing and English pronunciation
                                                          SAfETy ANd SECurITy
Programs are designed to meet the specific needs of       Your safety and security are taken seriously at the college;
individuals at no fee.                                    we have a very low incidence of crime on the campus.
                                                          Although the college has no security force of its own,
WrITING CENTEr                                            the campus is patrolled regularly by the Kirkland Police
Technology Center, T217                                   Department and a security patrol and all incidents of
(425)739-8100, ext. 656                                   confirmed or suspected crimes are reported.
Informational handouts, special grammar practice
software, and writing tutorials are available.            Information provided by law enforcement agencies
                                                          concerning registered sex offenders attending the
LIbrAry                                                   college may be obtained from the vice president of
Technology Center, T213                                   student services office.
(425)739-8320
The Library houses a permanent collection of over
20,000 print and non-print items including:



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                   CrIME STATISTICS fOr 2005:                                    requesting an ID card will need picture identification,
                   • Murder                         No cases reported            their Student Identification Number, and a copy of their
                   • Rape                           No cases reported            current Class Schedule. Cards are valid as long as you are
                   • Robbery                        No cases reported            enrolled at the college, up to two years. If you lose your ID
                   • Aggravated Assault             No cases reported            card, a replacement fee will apply.
                   • Burglary                       No cases reported
                   • Motor Vehicle Theft            1 case reported              STudENT duE PrOCESS
                                                                                 If you believe you have been treated unfairly or
                   Additional information can be found on our Web site at        wronged in some way, you should take the
                   www.lwtc.ctc.edu/policies/safety.                             following steps:

                   SMOKING                                                       • Try to resolve the issue with the person involved
                   Those who wish to smoke may do so at the designated           • Talk to the person’s direct supervisor
                   smoking areas on the campus. In accordance with state         • Request an appeal
                   law, no smoking is allowed within 25 feet of any entrance.
                                                                                 STudENT PrOTECTIONS
                   TrANSPOrTATION                                                No one in the college community shall suffer recrimi-
                   The Kirkland campus is conveniently located on                nation or discrimination because of participation in
                   Metro bus route 238.                                          the due process grievance procedure. Confidentiality
                                                                                 will be observed pending resolution. A grievance shall
                                                                                 be considered resolved if timelines are not maintained.
                   Student Life                                                  STudENT CONduCT COdE
                   STudENT LIfE                                                  The college has special expectations regarding the
                   East Building, Room 214                                       conduct of those involved in the college community.
                   (425)739-8314                                                 Students are expected to comply with the college
                    www.lwtc.ctc.edu/studentlife                                 student conduct code, WAC 495D-121, and failure to
                   Lake Washington Technical College offers a variety            do so may result in disciplinary actions, up to and
                   of student activities and programs to enhance your            including expulsion from the college. The student
                   learning experience. From performances and lectures           conduct code is available in the student handbook,
                   to clubs and student government, these programs               on the college Web site and in the college Policy and
                   provide opportunities to learn more about yourself            Procedure Manual located in the library.
                   and to affect change on our campus.
                                                                                 HArASSMENT
                   ASSOCIATEd STudENT GOvErNMENT                                 Harassment is unacceptable, against the law, and will not
                   Associated Student Government (ASG) consists of               be tolerated on campus or at any off-campus events. The
                   five officers who are elected to office in the spring of      college strictly forbids harassment based on types of unlaw-
                   each academic year. Senators from each program also           ful discrimination such as race, national origin, sex, marital
                   serve on the ASG Senate. The officers along with sena-        status, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, or veteran
                   tors and clubs plan programs that are both entertain-         status. Sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome verbal
                   ing and educational for campus. For more informa-             or physical conduct of a sexual nature that may offend the
                   tion contact the ASG office at (425)739-8100 ext. 661,        recipient, cause discomfort, or humiliation and interfere
                   or visit the office in the East Building, Room 214. You       with school or job performance.
                   visit the ASG Web site at www.lwtc.ctc.edu/ASG.
                                                                                 If you believe you have been subjected to harassment
                   STudENT Id CArdS                                              by anyone on campus or at an off-campus event, you
                   Photo identification cards are available at no extra charge   may report it to the vice president of student services
                   for currently enrolled students. Students may get their       at (425)739-8102 or the director of human resources
                   cards at Enrollment Services, West Building, W201,            at (425)739-8251. Your concerns will be promptly
                   during posted hours. ID cards serve as your library card      investigated and you will not suffer retaliation for reporting
                   and give access to the Academic Skills Center. Students       your concerns.

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Services to the Community
 ExTENdEd LEArNING                                        dISTANCE LEArNING
 Wherever you’re coming from and wherever you’re          We provide “anywhere at any time” learning
 going in life, Lake Washington Technical College         opportunities to time-and-place bound students.
 probably has the classes and programs to get you         Existing and emerging technologies help provide
 there. Our role is to make high-quality education        convenient and flexible access to accredited courses
 accessible to everyone, creating opportunities for       and life-long learning opportunities to students and
 our students and contributing to the economic            the community.
 development of our community. We offer a wide
 range of technical, cultural, educational, and social    For more information visit the Extended Learning
 opportunities for adult lifelong learners in the         Web site at www.lwtc.ctc.edu/ext, call
 community. Workforce development and personal            (425)739-8112, or e-mail ext@lwtc.edu.
 enrichment courses are offered on-campus or at
 convenient locations. They can also be brought to
 your business or be taken via distance learning.
 Enroll in a course and receive pragmatic, relevant
 instruction that will put you ahead both personally
 and professionally. Convenient start dates are offered
 during the day, evening, and weekend.

 CONTINuING EduCATION
 Courses in accounting, business management,
 computers and computing, health and fitness,
 sewing, travel, and more offer working adults the
 opportunity to stay current in their fields, get the
 additional education they need to advance in their
 careers, or enrich their personal lives.

 COrPOrATE EduCATION/
 CuSTOMIzEd TrAINING
 Whether it is skill training, consultative services,
 credit based or non-credit based, we provide you with
 cost-effective workforce training solutions. We meet
 your needs for employee assessment, training, design
 and delivery of training and training products/ser-
 vices on campus or at the place of business.




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             Enrollment Services
                  Admissions
                                                                           HIGH SCHOOL PrOGrAMS
                                                                           Students under 18 who have not graduated from high
                                                                           school may enroll in classes through Lake Washing-
                  Admission to Lake Washington Technical College           ton Technical Academy or the Running Start Program.
                  (LWTC) is open to anyone who:                            See the Lake Washington Technical Academy or
                                                                           Running Start adviser for details and information in
                  • has a high school diploma, or                          this catalog.
                  • General Education Development (GED) certificate,
                  -or-                                                     dEGrEE- Or CErTIfICATE-SEEKING STudENTS
                  • Is at least 18 years old and is able to benefit from   Persons seeking a degree or certificate must
                     the college’s curriculum                              demonstrate their ability to perform entry-level
                                                                           reading and math skills before enrolling in a technical
                  An application for admission should be submitted         training program. This can be demonstrated through
                  to Enrollment Services by prospective students           acceptable transfer credit, CLEP examination results,
                  who seek a degree or certificate, or enroll in 15 or     official Advanced Placement examination results,
                  more credits in a given quarter, or have a total of      or through placement testing. The college, to assess
                  25 cumulative college-level credits at LWTC. The         reading and math skills, administers the COMPASS
                  application is available from the Enrollment Services    placement tests. These tests assess students’
                  Office, Student Development Office, the Assessment       academic strengths and weaknesses and determine
                  Center, by calling the college at (425)739-8104,         possible learning needs. A copy of COMPASS
                  writing to the Enrollment Services Office, applying      (or ASSET or SLEP) placement tests results, taken
                  online, downloading it from our Web site at              within the past two years, can be accepted for
                  www.lwtc.ctc.edu, or by e-mailing                        students who have taken the test elsewhere.
                  admissions@lwtc.edu.
                                                                           The college requires a minimum placement score in
                  To assure the highest quality education and training,    English and/or math for enrollment in some courses.
                  the number of students who may enroll in a program       Some programs require other minimum scores for
                  may be limited. Admission to the college does not        admission. Placement score requirements for English
                  guarantee that all classes or all programs can accept    and math are available in Student Services and the
                  new students. Because of the demand for programs,        Assessment Center where tests are administered.
                  persons interested in attending the college are
                  encouraged to apply early.

                  Some programs, such as Dental Hygiene and
                  Nursing, have additional procedures and
                  requirements that must be met before enrollment.
                  Enrollment Services will inform students if this is
                  the case.

                  ExTENdEd LEArNING
                  People interested in personal enrichment, college
                  workshops and customized training, non-degree or
                  non-certificate programs or learning assistance
                  programs are not required to apply for admission,
                  except as stated above for accumulated credits.




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Students placing into Adult Basic Education classes,      for completing individual areas of study within the
developmental education classes, or ESL classes           IB program. IB students should submit official IB
should satisfactorily complete those courses before       transcripts to the Enrollment Services office (W201)
enrolling in a technical training program or courses.     where the program of study will be reviewed with
                                                          the appropriate division dean for acceptance of
A college transcript indicating satisfactory completion   examination scores.
of college-level English and math at an accredited
college may be accepted in lieu of the COMPASS, AS-       TrANSfErrING COurSES frOM LWTC
SET, or SLEP placement tests. An evaluation of official   General education and technical courses may
transcripts from an accredited college may transfer       transfer to other community and technical colleges
other college credits to LWTC. Students need to           or four-year universities. The receiving institution
submit official transcripts in sealed envelopes from      should be consulted to determine which courses will
all former colleges to Enrollment Services.               be accepted.

Certain training programs have educational and            Argosy University, Bastyr University, City University,
health requirements prior to enrollment. These are        DeVry University, Henry Cogswell College, Les Roches
included in program descriptions in this catalog or       School of Hotel Management, University of Phoenix,
are available from Enrollment Services.                   Seattle Pacific University and the University of
                                                          Washington-Bothell accept Associate of Applied
TrANSfErrING COurSES TO LWTC                              Science degrees into specific baccalaureate programs.
An evaluation of official transcripts from an             In addition, DigiPen Institute of Technology accepts
accredited college may transfer other college             specific courses toward specific programs. Please
credits to LWTC. Students should submit official          refer to the transfer Web site for more information.
transcripts in sealed envelopes from all former
colleges to Enrollment Services. Evaluation results       TrANSfEr TO THE EvErGrEEN STATE COLLEGE
are posted to the student’s transcript approximately      Many of LWTC’s Associate of Applied Science
2-4 weeks after submission and may be viewed              degrees transfer to The Evergreen State College’s
by accessing the unofficial transcript online. The        Upside Down Bachelor’s Degree program. For a
timeframe for evaluation is affected by the evaluation    complete list, please see the Transfer Web site at
complexity-foreign, more technical courses, and a         www.lwtc.ctc.edu/transfer.
greater number of transcripts take longer.
                                                          The following AAS degrees are eligible for transfer to
AdvANCEd PLACEMENT                                        The Evergreen State College, provided students take
Students who complete college-level work in high          one of the following academic courses as one of their
school may receive credit or placement at LWTC on         required electives:
the basis of performance on the Advanced Placement        • Computer Security and Network Technician
examinations administered by the College Board.              Technical electives accepted by Evergreen as
Scores on AP examinations range from a high of 5             academic credit:
to a low of l. In most subject areas, credit and/or          ITAD 111, 121, 123, 128, 133, 135, 142, 152, 271;
placement is awarded for scores of 3 or higher.              MMDP 115, 135, 157, 201, or 202.
Test scores and course equivalencies are approved         • Dental Assisting
by the faculty and maintained in the Enrollment              Electives accepted by Evergreen as academic
Services office.                                             credit:
                                                            (Note: students must take a 5-credit course to
INTErNATIONAL bACCALAurEATE                                        total 5 credits of general education.)
Lake Washington Technical College recognizes                 BIOL 101, 111, 211, 212, 215; CHEM 101, 102,
the International Baccalaureate (IB) program                 120, 130; ENGL 102; MATH 107, 114, 120; PSYC
as a challenging course of study and responds                101, 105; SOCI 110; SPAN 101; SPCH 101, 220
individually to each participant’s request for award         or 225.
of college credit. Students may be awarded credit


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                  Registration                                             To register in person, go to Enrollment Services
                                                                           during business hours which are published in each
                                                                           quarter’s Class Schedule.
                  Registration is the process of enrolling in classes.
                  Dates for classes are announced in the quarterly         CHANGE Of rEGISTrATION (Add/drOP)
                  Class Schedule and on the campus Web site at             Students must add or drop courses on the Web, or at
                  www.lwtc.ctc.edu. Course updates are distributed         Enrollment Services before the change is official.
                  frequently to campus staff.                              A refund will occur only when a student officially
                                                                           withdraws or drops within the refund period. See the
                  HOW TO rEGISTEr
                                                                           Class Schedule for refund policy.
                  New students seeking a degree or certificate
                  make an appointment with staff advisers to               LATE AddS
                  complete registration forms and learn about              Courses added after the third day of the quarter require
                  online registration. Continuing students complete        instructors’ approval. Adding after the 10th day of the
                  registration forms with the assistance of a faculty      quarter (or of a class) may require special petitions.
                  adviser or counselor and register by assigned time.
                  There are a number of ways to register for classes.      The quarterly Class Schedule lists fee payment
                  See the current Class Schedule for all options.          requirements. Students are expected to pay tuition
                                                                           by the first day of the quarter. Students who have
                  Also see the Programs of Study section for               not paid tuition and fees or have not dropped their
                  information about program start dates. These are         classes by the fifth day of the quarter will continue to
                  subject to change.                                       owe tuition. Students who still owe tuition after this
                                                                           date will not be able to register for future quarters,
                  fuLL-TIME STATuS
                                                                           receive official transcripts, or graduate until their
                  The college considers students to be full-time if they   tuition has been paid.
                  are registered in 12 or more credits.
                                                                           WAITING LISTS
                  CurrENTLy ENrOLLEd dEGrEE- ANd
                  CErTIfICATE-SEEKING STudENTS                             If a class is full, students have the option to be put on
                  1. Meet with a faculty adviser to review courses for     a waiting list. This list automatically adds students to
                     next quarter.                                         openings as they appear through the third day of each
                  2. Register for courses. See Class Schedule or           quarter. Students are notified when added in this
                     Enrollment Services for methods of registration.      manner but should check with the course instructor
                  3. Students pay tuition and fees via the Web, at the     during the first week of classes. Students should
                     Cashier’s Office, or other modes offered by           remove themselves from the waiting list if they decide
                     the college.                                          not to enroll in the class. See details in the Class
                                                                           Schedule.
                  Students may register for most courses by Web,
                  mail, or in person. For mail-in registration, once all   COMPLETE WITHdrAWAL (drOP ALL COurSES)
                  information is complete, enclose a check or money        A student may withdraw from all courses through
                  order payable to Lake Washington Technical College       the eighth week of the quarter, or the equivalent
                  or include credit card information. Textbook and         proportion for shorter courses or courses with
                  supply costs are in addition to tuition.                 irregular start and end dates. The refund rate, if any,
                                                                           would be determined by the longest course being
                  To register via the Internet, go to                      dropped. That rate would then be applied to the
                  www.lwtc.ctc.edu/studenttoolbox. In both cases, a        other courses dropped at that time. It is the student’s
                  personal identification number (PIN) is required.        responsibility to drop all classes. Further information
                  For registration, this number is the student’s date of   is available in the Class Schedule.
                  birth until the PIN is changed by the student. Online
                  registration may not be available for all students or
                  classes. See Enrollment Services for details.


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Official withdrawals occurring after the tenth
instructional day of the quarter are posted with a W
on the student’s transcript. A grade of W does not
count in GPA calculations. Not attending a class does
not withdraw a student or make one eligible for a
refund. After the eighth week, an unofficial withdrawal
from the college will result in each instructor assigning
the appropriate grade. Depending on the start date
and length of the class, an early withdrawal during
the first week will not be recorded on the transcript.

AdMINISTrATIvE WITHdrAWALS
Many courses at Lake Washington Technical
College require completion of prerequisites prior to
registration. Prerequisites are listed as a component
of each course description and are in place to assist
students achieve success. If a student does not meet
the requirements of a course either by grade, transfer
course work, or test placement score, he or she will
be administratively withdrawn from a course.

STudENT rECOrdS
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights            International
                                                            Students
and Privacy Act (FERPA), Lake Washington Technical
College enforces guidelines concerning information
about the student’s educational record, and governs
the conditions of disclosure. Except as otherwise           West Building, W207M
indicated, the college will not provide information         (425) 739-8145
contained in student records unless the expressed           international.students@lwtc.edu
written consent of the student has been given.              Lake Washington Technical College is committed
Students may declare their entire record confidential,      to providing an excellent educational experience for
in which case no information can be released,               international students. We value the diversity of
and the college will not normally acknowledge the           perspectives and experiences that international
student’s presence at the college. Exceptions may be        students bring to the college, and are dedicated
made if knowledge of the information is necessary           to making the international student experience
to protect the health or safety of the student or other     rewarding and memorable. International Programs
individuals. Contact Enrollment Services or the Class       provides international student orientation,
Schedule for further information.                           workshops and seminars, highly personalized
                                                            individual attention, and specialized immigration
In compliance with state law, the college does not use      and visa support. No TOEFL is required, and
the social security number as a student ID number,          international students are welcome to enter the
though it is needed and collected for other purposes        more than 37 programs with over 100 degree and
authorized by law.                                          certificate options available at Lake Washington
                                                            Technical College.

                                                            International students have an opportunity to earn
                                                            a Certificate of Proficiency, Certificate of Completion,
                                                            or an Associate of Applied Science degree upon
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                  LWTC provides many opportunities for international       Additionally, international students must:
                  student involvement in campus activities. Leadership
                  skills may be gained by participation in student         1. Meet all general admission requirements.
                  government. We have a large and active International     2. Agree to comply with all college regulations.
                  Club to enable students to connect with each other       3. Agree to attend all quarters on a full-time basis as
                  and the campus.                                             prescribed by Lake Washington Technical College
                                                                              and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
                  The application and visa procurement process for            Credit loads may vary depending on program
                  international students may take as long as a                requirements.
                  quarter, so students should apply early. The priority    4. Maintain grade point average and credit
                  application deadline is one quarter prior to the            completion requirements necessary for
                  quarter of enrollment. Late applicants are accepted         graduation and to remain in status.
                  and processed on a rolling basis. Every attempt is       5. Agree to file a yearly tax return with the United
                  made to process application materials as quickly            States Internal Revenue Service.
                  as possible. International students applying for
                  an F1 or M1 visa must submit the following to the        PrOGrAM AdMISSION rEQuIrEMENTS
                  international program office:                            Certain professional-technical programs have
                                                                           specific admissions requirements, such as minimum
                  1. An international student application.                 test scores, satisfactory performance in prerequisite
                  2. An international student budget form as proof of      courses, and other screening criteria. Enrollment
                     financial independence. Financial aid in the form     Services and the instructional divisions have current
                     of scholarships, loans, and grants is generally not   program admissions requirements. Applicants
                     available to international students, especially       pursuing transfer to a bachelor’s program or full-time
                     during the first quarter of attendance. The amount    English Language training must apply for an F1 visa.
                     required for this document is subject to changes
                     in tuition and fees.                                  INTErNATIONAL STudENT TuITION
                  3. Evidence of enrollment in an approved health          The tuition for international students is charged
                     insurance plan. Health plan options are available     to all visa holders except A, E, G, I, K, and L.
                     through the college following enrollment.             Documentation of visa status is established by
                  4. Evidence of good standing with U.S. Immigration       Enrollment Services. Refer to the current tuition
                     Service.                                              schedule for costs. The college may enter into
                  5. Official transcripts from all previous colleges       contract training with other organizations and
                     attended.                                             establish a different rate of tuition or fees in
                  6. A short handwritten essay about yourself and why      some cases.
                     you would like to study at Lake Washington
                     Technical College.                                    ESTIMATEd COSTS fOr
                  7. Results of the TOEFL exam taken during the past       INTErNATIONAL STudENTS INCLudE
                     year with a score of 480 (written test), 157          (2006-2007 ESTIMATES IN uSd):
                     (computer based test) for admissions to               For one quarter (3 months):
                     professional-technical programs of study requiring        Tuition (15 credits)                   $1,750.00
                     F1 or M1 student visas. Lower test scores or              Books                                     346.00
                     students without TOEFL scores will be considered          Cost of living                          3,280.00
                     for acceptance to the Intensive English Program.          Mandatory medical insurance               180.00
                  8. International student application fee.                    Total                                 $5,556.00
                  9. Other information as required.
                                                                           For three quarters (9 months):
                  The international program office will issue an I-20          Tuition (15 credits)                   $5,250.00
                  form to the student, following acceptance to the             Books                                   1,038.00
                  college.                                                     Cost of living                          9,840.00
                                                                               Mandatory medical insurance               540.00
                                                                               Total                                $16,668.00

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Our international program office can recommend            grade, have taken the WASL (not necessary to pass),
local organizations that will assist international        and attendance at a required Lake Washington
students with housing.                                    Technical Academy orientation session. Qualified
                                                          students are admitted quarterly (except summer).
Contact Information:                                      For further information, call (425)739-8107 or visit
   International Programs                                 our Web site at www.lwtc.ctc.edu/academy.
   Lake Washington Technical College
   11605 132nd Avenue NE                                  ruNNING STArT
   Kirkland, WA 98034                                     Running Start is a program designed for high school
                                                          juniors and seniors, who are ready for college-
Telephone:                           (425)739-8145        level work, want to take college-level courses, and
Fax:                                 (425)739-8110        want to receive both college and high school credit
E-mail:            international.students@lwtc.edu        while completing high school. Admission to Lake
Web:                  www.lwtc.ctc.edu/international      Washington Technical College for Running Start
                                                          students requires the approval of the high school
International students are required to inform the         that the student attends, a 2.5 GPA in high school,
International Student Services Office of change of        and minimum COMPASS scores of 70 writing (Eng-
address immediately to stay in status. A Change of        lish 100/101), and 39 pre-algebra (math 80 or meet
Address card should also be sent to the U.S. Justice      the higher math requisite for the technical program)
Department. Lake Washington Technical College’s           or equivalent ASSET scores. A reading score of 85
International Student Services Office will provide this   is recommended and is used for advising &
card to the international student.                        placement.


High School
                                                          A Running Start student’s tuition is paid by the
                                                          student’s local school district. Students are generally
                                                          responsible for fees, textbooks, supplies, and
Programs                                                  equipment expenses in most cases. For information,
                                                          contact the Running Start coordinator in the West
LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL ACAdEMy                         Building, W210, or call (425)739-8107.
West Building, W210
(425) 739-8107
Lake Washington Technical Academy offers eligible
high school junior and senior students, ages 16 to
21, the opportunity to train for a career and work
toward a high school diploma. Students must be
16 years old or younger than 21 years old before
September 1 to be eligible. Lake Washington
Technical Academy is accredited by the Northwest
Association Accredited Schools and is a full-time high
school program on the campus of Lake Washington
Technical College. Eligible students must enroll
full-time in a technical training program and gen-
eral education classes to complete the high school
diploma.

To be eligible for Lake Washington Technical Acad-
emy, students must achieve the following COMPASS
placement test scores: Writing 31 (ENGL 093);
Reading 71 (ENGL 092) and Pre-Algebra 18 (MATH
070). Additional criteria are completion of 10th


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                                                                           HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION
                                                                           This is a program which allows students 18 years
                                                                           of age or older to take college-level classes to meet
                                                                           Washington state high school diploma requirements.
                                                                           The student must have credits in required areas of
                                                                           English, math, science, social sciences, PE, fine arts,
                                                                           and vocational education, plus elective classes to total
                                                                           19 credits. A five-credit college course equals one
                                                                           high school credit. Prospective students must submit
                                                                           an official high school transcript for evaluation. This
                                                                           option is only recommended for students who need
                                                                           1-3 classes to meet diploma requirements. Upon
                                                                           completion of requirements, the student will be
                                                                           awarded an Adult High School completion diploma
                                                                           by Lake Washington Technical College.

                                                                           uNdErAGE ENrOLLMENT
                                                                           To be eligible for admissions and enrollment,
                                                                           students must be 18 or possess a high school
                                                                           diploma or GED. High school juniors or seniors are
                                                                           referred to the Lake Washington Technical Academy
                                                                           or Running Start to explore eligibility through those
                                                                           programs. If a student is not participating in or
                                                                           is not eligible for those programs, and wishes to
                                                                           register for courses that are not specifically designed
                                                                           for a younger student, he/she may ask to enroll
                 GENErAL EduCATION dEvELOPMENT                             on exception. Persons requesting this exception
                 General Education Development (GED) is a series           must be at least 14 and in the 9th grade at the time
                 of five tests developed by the American Council           of enrollment. The student must request special
                 on Education to enable persons to obtain the              enrollment for each course, each quarter. This does
                 equivalency of a high school diploma. Earning a GED       not constitute admission to the college or a program.
                 provides students with greater access to employment,
                 advancement and higher education opportunities.           The process to request permission to enroll in each
                 The Academic Skills Center offers GED preparation         course is:
                 classes and pre-tests.                                    1. The student must be not eligible for general
                                                                              college admission, or be enrolled through other
                 All students under the age of 19 will need to obtain a       special entry programs
                 release from their school district to test for the GED.   2. The student completes and submits to High
                 Two pieces of ID are required at the time of testing.        School Programs Office an underage enrollment
                 The college is a designated testing center for GED           form with the following materials attached or
                 exams. Testing appointments must be scheduled in             completed:
                 advance either by visiting the Assessment Center,            a) Copy of test scores taken in last 2 years
                 West Building, W204, or by calling (425)739-8115.               showing minimum scores of:
                 For more GED information, please visit www.lwtc.ctc.
                 edu/assessment.                                                           WRITING      READING      NUMERICAL
                                                                                                                       SKILLS
                                                                                ASSET         45           44            42
                                                                                COMPASS       79           85            60




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   b) letter from student requesting the course to be   TECH PrEP
       taken and explaining in writing why his/her      Tech Prep is a partnership between Lake Washington
       educational needs cannot be met elsewhere.       Technical College, the Northeast Tech Prep
   c) letter of support from parent/guardian            Consortium, and 27 high schools. This partnership
       supporting student’s request.                    allows students taking classes in a high school with
3. The student must meet with the instructor of         courses that are articulated with Lake Washington
   the course to obtain written recommendation          Technical College to receive college credit while
   to be enrolled. For non-credit classes only,         attending their home high school.
   Extended Learning staff may sign for the
   instructor.                                          Northeast Tech Prep Consortium staff visit the high
4. The Associate Dean of High School Programs or        schools to enroll and register students in selected
   Vice President of Student Services may review and    college courses. Students pay a $25 non-refundable
   make a final decision. Enrollment Services staff     annual fee to register and receive a college credit.
   verify all needed approvals are in place.            Credit is awarded to students who receive a B grade
5. Special classes and programs designed for            or higher in their high school courses.
   students younger than 18 are exempt from the
   special enrollment process for underage students.    Students who have received Tech Prep credit and
                                                        complete high school will be eligible to register
The above procedures are subject to change. The         as a continuing student at the college. For more
college reserves the right to deny requests for         information please see our Web site at
exceptions to the standard enrollment policy and age    www.lwtc.ctc.edu/techprep .
requirements, or to require additional information.




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               Tuition
                   TuITION ANd fEES                                              The 100/50/40 percent proportional refund applies to
                   You can pay your tuition with cash, check or charge it        withdrawal from short courses and courses that start
                   to your VISA or MasterCard account. Cash payments             early, start late, or are shorter than the full quarter. It
                   must be made in person. To avoid cashier lines, use           is not based upon the number of sessions you have
                   the Web at https://www.lwtc.ctc.edu/wts/wccba/index.          attended but rather when you officially drop. Refunds
                   For estimated program tuition and fees, please see            will be calculated using Schedule 8.S.17 of the cam-
                   the table on the Tuition Rates page.                          pus Policy and Procedure Manual.

                   Students are expected to pay tuition by the first day of      OffICIAL WITHdrAWAL dEfINITION:
                   the quarter. Students who have not paid tuition and           Official withdrawal occurs when a student drops all
                   fees or have not dropped their classes by the fifth day       classes. Refund requests must be made in person,
                   of the quarter will continue to owe tuition. Students         in writing, or via the Web. At the time of withdrawal,
                   who still owe tuition after this date will not be able to     the longest course sets the refund rate for all courses
                   register for future quarters, receive official transcripts,   being dropped at that time.
                   or graduate until their tuition has been paid.
                                                                                 PASS-THrOuGH fEES rEfuNd:
                   rEfuNdS fOr TuITION ANd SPECIAL COurSE-                       Fees such as insurance and distance learning that are
                   ANd PrOGrAM-CONNECTEd fEES:
                                                                                 passed through to another agency may be refunded
                   Students who officially withdraw from the college or          at 100 percent through the first week of the quarter
                   reduce their class loads and complete all applicable          only. No refund will be made if any insurance claim
                   fee refund forms may receive refunds for tuition              has been filed.
                   and/or fees according to the refund conditions listed
                   below. However, for federal- or state-funded students,        *NOTE: See “Refund for Tuition and Special Course-
                   financial aid will be returned to aid programs on a                  and Program-Connected Fees.” See also
                   pro-rata basis consistent with applicable federal and                exceptions under “Official Withdrawal
                   state rules.                                                         Definition.”
                   yOu WILL rECEIvE A 100 PErCENT rEfuNd
                   WHEN:
                   • The college cancels a course.
                   • For self-supported courses, a drop request is
                     submitted via Web or in writing to Enrollment
                     Services prior to the second class session starts.
                     If a course has only one session, the request must
                     be received before the course starts.
                   • For state-supported courses, a refund request is
                     submitted via Web, or in writing to Enrollment
                     Services through the fifth instructional day of
                     the quarter.

                   yOu WILL rECEIvE A 50 PErCENT rEfuNd:
                   Upon dropping a state-supported course after the
                   fifth day of instruction and through the tenth day of
                   instruction of the quarter. (See note*)

                   yOu WILL rECEIvE A 40 PErCENT rEfuNd:
                   Upon dropping a state-supported course after the
                   tenth day of instruction and through the twentieth
                   calendar day of the quarter. (See note*)




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   Degree & Certificate Program Costs                                                   ESTIMATEd
                                                                                       bOOKS/TOOLS   ESTIMATEd
                                                                                TOTAL CLOTHING &      TuITION
 PrOGrAM TITLE                                                         AWArd   CrEdITS OTHEr COSTS     & fEES

 Accounting                                                             AAS    102      $2,996       $4,810
 Accounting Assistant                                                   Cert    27         864        1,404
 Accounting Entrepreneurship                                            Cert    30         890        1,556
 Accounting Paraprofessional                                            Cert    90       2,497        4,216
 Practical Accounting                                                   Cert    72       2,013        3,431
 Administrative Assistant                                               AAS    111       2,597        5,272
 Administrative Assistant                                               Cert    79       1,738        3,704
 Administrative Assistant–Admin Support                                 Cert    44       1,157        2,258
 Administrative Assistant–Health Office Occupations                     Cert   36.5        831        1,676
 Administrative Assistant–Dental Office Occupations                     Cert   30.5        641        1,494
 Administrative Assistant–Human Resources                               Cert    84       2,596        3,889
 Administrative Assistant–Office Occupations                            Cert    19         422          887
 Architectural Graphics                                                 AAS    120       2,492        5,846
 Architectural Graphics                                                 Cert    83       1,661        3,945
 Auto Collision Body Technician                                         AAS    113       4,989        5,501
 Auto Collision Body Technician                                         Cert    83       4,435        3,938
 Auto Collision Paint Technician                                        AAS    112       4,989        5,462
 Auto Collision Paint Technician                                        Cert    77       4,435        3,725
 Auto Repair Technician                                                 AAS    117       4,989        5,654
 Auto Repair Technician                                                 Cert    89       4,435        4,388
 Baking Arts                                                            AAS    120         814        5,925
 Building & Plant Maintenance Technology                                Cert    85       2,119        3,797
 Building & Plant Maintenance Technology–Electronics Endorsement        AAS    111       3,024        4,825
 Building & Plant Maintenance Technology–Machining Endorsement          AAS    111       3,024        4,772
 Building & Plant Maintenance Technology–Welding Endorsement            AAS    111       3,024        4,984
 Business Applications Support                                          AAS     94       2,468        4,755
 Business Applications Support                                          Cert    66       1,432        3,327
 Business Applications Support–Customer Service/Prod. Support           Cert    34         878        1,715
 Business Applications Support–Project Mgmt Support                     Cert    34         878        1,682
 Business Applications Support–Publications/ Sales/Marketing Support    Cert    35         878        1,778
 Business Applications Support–Web Maintenance                          Cert    38         878        1,898
 Microsoft Office Applications                                          Cert    25         524        1,398
 Child Care Manager                                                     AAS     94       1,092        4,382*
 Child Care Manager                                                     Cert    74         572        3,308*
 Civil Engineering Graphics                                             AAS    120       2,611        6,245
 Civil Engineering Graphics                                             Cert    83       1,781        4,259
 Computer Security & Network Technician                                 AAS    120       1,768        5,664
 Computer Security & Network Technician–IT Support Tech                 Cert    60       1,144        2,809
 Computer Security & Network Technician–Network Tech                    Cert    66       1,040        3,081
 CSNT, Microsoft Certified System Administrator                         Cert    19           0        1,458
 CSNT, PC Network Technician                                            Cert    15           0        1,441
 Cosmetology                                                            Cert    88         932        4,243
 Culinary Arts (Commercial Cooking)                                     AAS    120         814        5,833
 Culinary Arts (Commercial Cooking)                                     Cert    80         717        3,846
 Dental Assistant                                                       AAS     90       2,594        5,053**
 Dental Assistant                                                       Cert    82       2,422        4,364**
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                     Degree & Certificate Program Costs                                              ESTIMATEd
                                                                                                    bOOKS/TOOLS   ESTIMATEd
                                                                                             TOTAL CLOTHING &      TuITION
                   PrOGrAM TITLE                                                    AWArd   CrEdITS OTHEr COSTS     & fEES

                   Dental Assistant-Dental Front Office Manager                     Cert     19          0         1,210
                   Dental Hygiene ***1                                              AAS     120     11,910        12,314**
                   Dental Hygiene-Expanding Duties                                  Cert      6          0         1,105**
                   Diesel Heavy Equipment Technician                                AAS     120      5,654         5,723
                   Diesel Heavy Equipment Technician                                Cert     89      5,377         4,377
                   Electronics Technician                                           AAS     120      3,024         5,720
                   Electronics Technician                                           Cert     85      2,193         3,979
                   Electronics, Automated Manufacturing                             Cert     33        837         2,142
                   Digital Electronics                                              Cert     32        837         2,198
                   Electronics, Manufacturing Specialist Option                     Cert     19          0         1,263
                   Engineering Graphics-Mechanical Design Emphasis                  AAS     120      2,611         5,970
                   Engineering Graphics Technician                                  Cert     83      2,611         4,125
                   Environmental Horticulture                                       AAS     107      2,376         5,265
                   Environmental Horticulture                                       Cert     86      2,030         4,124
                   Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer                              AAS     108      2,880         5,034*
                   Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer                              Cert     74      2,022         3,452*
                   Horticulture-Floristry Option                                    AAS     114      3,261         5,599
                   Floristry                                                        Cert     39        671         1,974
                   Hospitality/Wine Education                                       Cert     62        238         3,117
                   Hotel Operations                                                 AAS      91      1,033         4,154
                   Hotel Operations - Hotel Sales Management                        Cert     43        500         1,891
                   Hotel Operations - Hotel Rooms Division Management               Cert     40        470         1,766
                   Human Resources Generalist                                       Cert     22        871         1,314
                   Information Technology Applications Development                  AAS      90      2,745         4,494
                   Information Technology Applications Development–Transfer         AAS      90      1,938         4,262
                   Information Technology Applications–Software Development         Cert     65      1,821         3,314
                   Information Technology Applications Development–Web App. Dev.    Cert     65      1,821         3,314
                   ITAD, C#/C++ Programmer                                          Cert     15          0         1,072
                   ITAD .Net Programmer                                             Cert     15          0         1,072
                   Legal Support Professional***                                    AAS     120      2,768         5,598
                   Legal Support Professional***                                    Cert     74      1,938         3,531
                   Legal Support Professional–Law Office Clerical Assistant I       Cert     38        831         1,800
                   Legal Support Professional–Law Office Clerical Assistant II      Cert     59      1,246         2,736
                   Legal Support Professional–Law Office Receptionist               Cert     19        415         1,091
                   Machine Technology                                               AAS     120      1,739         5,715
                   Machine Technology                                               Cert     80      1,739         3,860
                   Medical Assistant                                                AAS      90      2,229         4,322*
                   Medical Assistant                                                Cert     85      1,842         3,950*
                   Medical Transcription                                            Cert     25        566         1,919
                   Multimedia Design & Production                                   AAS     106      2,382         5,337
                   Multimedia Design & Production–Animation/Game Design             AAS     119      1,206         5,921
                   Multimedia Design & Production–Computer Graphics                 Cert     73      1,690         3,756
                   Multimedia Design & Production–Interactive Digital Media         AAS     111      2,382         5,441
                   Multimedia Design & Production–Interactive Digital Media         Cert     84      1,690         4,078
                   Multimedia Design & Production–Print                             AAS     110      2,382         5,411
                   Multimedia Design & Production–Print                             Cert     89      1,690         4,317
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     Degree & Certificate Program Costs                                                   ESTIMATEd
                                                                                         bOOKS/TOOLS     ESTIMATEd
                                                                                  TOTAL CLOTHING &        TuITION
 PrOGrAM TITLE                                                          AWArd    CrEdITS OTHEr COSTS       & fEES

 Multimedia Design & Production–Illustrator Option                       Cert      13          0          1,103
 Multimedia Design & Production–Illustrator/ Photoshop Option I          Cert      13          0          1,103
 Multimedia Design & Production–Illustrator/ Photoshop Option II         Cert      13          0          1,103
 Multimedia Design & Production–Multimedia Option                        Cert      15        507          1,187
 Multimedia Design & Production–Photoshop Option                         Cert      17          0          1,456
 Multimedia Design & Production–Printmaster Option I                     Cert      16        507          1,414
 Multimedia Design & Production–Printmaster Option II                    Cert      17        507          1,456
 Multimedia Design & Production–Skills Upgrade Option                    Cert      13          0            857
 Multimedia Design & Production–Web Media Option I                       Cert      17          0          1,395
 Multimedia Design & Production–Web Media Option II                      Cert      15        507          1,372
 Nursing ***1                                                            AAS       92      2,100          8,711
 Nursing Assistant ***                                                   Cert      16        160            768*
 Nursing, Practical ***                                                  Cert      68      1,955          3,752*
 Office Assistant                                                        Cert      35        871          1,723
 Power Equipment, Marine, & Motorcycle Serv. Tech.                       AAS      116      4,989          5,552
 Power Equipment, Marine, & Motorcycle Serv. Tech.                       Cert      78      4,712          3,765
 Property Management–Commercial Property Manager                         Cert      39        831          1,821
 Property Management–Residential Property Manager                        Cert      39        831          1,816
 Property Management–Senior Property Manager                             Cert      76      1,661          3,455
 Science Technician                                                      AAS      120      3,322          5,589
 Social and Human Services                                               AAS      120      3,322          5,435
 Social and Human Services                                               Cert      75      2,215          3,328
 Social and Human Services–Language Interpreting                         Cert      16         25            922
 Welding Fabrication & Maintenance Technology                            Cert      60        673          3,323

 Averages                                                                      68.7       1,787           3,504
    *Course requires $11.00 per year liability insurance
  **Course requires $11.00 per year liability insurance and $60 per quarter dental lab coat fee
 ***PREREQUISITES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM COST
 1
  Dental Hygiene (AAS with 120 credits) and Nursing (AAS with 92 credits) apply a higher tuition rate.
  See tuition table.

 Projected estimated cost–subject to change

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                     Tuition Rates
                                  2006-2007 tuition Rates*                                      TuITION WAIvErS
                                  Resident, non-Resident students                               Parent Education                                  $11.00
                                               Cost peR CRedit                                  Senior Citizens, State Support and           35% waiver
                                           inCluding student aCtivity fee,                      Community Service (space-available basis)
                          CompRehensive fee, faCility fee & safety/seCuRity and building fee.
                                             summeR = $7.82; fall = $8.53
                                                                                                Military waiver                              25% waiver
                                                                                                (base tuition only, fees are excluded)
                                             summeR 2006            fall/winteR/spRing
                                               rESIdENT/                  rESIdENT/             Adult Basic Education
                            NuMbEr        NON-rESIdENT rATE
                              Of          1-5 CrEdITS @ 70.16
                                                                     NON-rESIdENT rATE
                                                                     1-5 CrEdITS @ 71.85
                                                                                                & ESL Courses                  $25 per qtr., per student
                            CrEdITS       6+ CrEdITS @ 33.78         6+ CrEdITS @ 34.90         Eligible Children of Deceased or              No charge
                              1                 $ 70.16                       $ 71.85           Disabled Law Enforcement Officers
                              2                $140.32                       $143.70            & Firefighters
                              3                $210.48                       $215.55
                              4                $280.64                       $287.40
                              5                $350.80                       $359.25              ExAMPLE Of OTHEr CHArGES
                              6                $384.58                       $394.15              All laboratory supply fees, self-support and
                              7                $418.36                       $429.05              contracted course fees vary by course.
                              8                $452.14                       $463.95
                              9                $485.92                       $498.85              • International student application     $50.00
                             10                $519.70                       $533.75              • Computer lab registration fee         $25.00
                             11                $553.48                       $568.65              • G.E.D. test                           $75.00
                             12                $587.26                       $603.55              • Liability insurance, per fiscal year  $11.00
                             13                $621.04                       $638.45
                                                                                                  • Washington Online, per credit          $8.00
                             14                $654.82                       $673.35
                             15                $688.60                       $708.25              • Accident and health insurance–varies,
                             16                $722.38                       $743.15               depending on application.
                             17                $756.16                       $778.05              • Books and supplies vary by program or course.
                             18                $789.94                       $812.95
                             19                $823.72                       $847.85
                             20                $857.50                       $882.75
                             21                $891.28                       $917.65            Fees are computed by the registered quarter and are
                             22                $925.06                       $952.55            charged to the exact cents.
                             23                $958.84                       $987.45
                             24                $992.62                      $1022.35            Students are encouraged to pay tuition and fees at
                             25               $1026.40                      $1057.25            the time of registration. Students with outstanding
                             26               $1060.18                      $1092.15            balances due will be billed two weeks prior to the first
                             27               $1093.96                      $1127.05            day of the quarter.
                             28               $1127.74                      $1161.95            Tuition and fees for registration after the first day of
                             29               $1161.52                      $1196.85            the quarter will be due at the time of registration.

        dENTAL HyGIENE    1-5 credits          $132.54                       $135.21            *NOTE: Tuition and fees are subject to change without
             & NurSING    6th credit +          $59.77                        $61.30                   prior notice.
            PrOGrAMS


         INTErNATIONAL
                          1-5 credits          $172.43                       $175.72
              STudENTS    6th credit +          $99.62                       $101.77

      INTENSIvE ENGLISH
                          1-5 credits          $172.43                       $175.72
             PrOGrAM*     6th credit +          $99.62                       $101.77

                          *The cost of these International courses are
                           calculated separate from the tuition table.
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financial Aid
 fINANCIAL AId                                               • Stay in touch with the Financial Aid Office to be
 West Building, W209                                           certain that all information has been received to
 (425) 739-8106                                                complete your file.
 To help finance your education, we encourage you to         • Students must reapply for financial aid each year
 inform yourself about financial aid through our Web           after January 1 for the new award year beginning
 site http://www.lwtc.ctc.edu/financialaid, by reading         with summer quarter. The financial aid year
 the available literature, or by contacting the Financial      begins with summer quarter and ends with
 Aid Office. Lake Washington Technical College                 spring quarter.
 believes people should have the opportunity to
 achieve their educational goals and the Financial Aid       ELIGIbILITy rEQuIrEMENTS
 Office is here to help support you in your educational      Students are eligible for financial aid if they are:
 efforts. Financial aid is available for eligible students   • For most aid programs, attending for the purpose
 who enroll either to earn a certificate or a degree.           of obtaining a degree or certificate at the college.
 Students and their families need not be low-income             (Some certificate programs may not be eligible
 to qualify for some kinds of financial aid. By applying        for certain types of aid. Check with the Financial
 for financial aid as early as possible and meeting             Aid Office to verify program eligibility.)
 the institutional priority date, students have the          • A U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen.
 best chance of being reviewed before the beginning          • Making satisfactory academic progress in a
 of each quarter, and the best chance of maximum                program of study as defined by the institution’s
 funds eligibility each financial aid year.                     satisfactory progress criteria.
 Financial aid is intended to add to but not replace a       • Not in default on any previous student loans or
 person’s financial resources. If combined resources            owing a refund on any grants.
 are not sufficient to cover expenses, you may be            • Registered for the draft with Selective Service (if
 eligible for financial aid in the form of grants,              male), as required by law.
 scholarships, low-interest loans and student employ-        • A high school graduate, have a GED or passing
 ment. You must demonstrate a financial need to be              scores on an approved ability-to-benefit test.
 eligible for most types of assistance. Financial need
 is calculated as the difference between the cost of         Students who have the equivalent of a bachelor’s
 attending school and what you and your family can           degree (including degrees earned in a foreign
 afford to pay.                                              country) are limited to applying for loans and
 SAMPLE CALCuLATION:                                         work-study assistance.
     Cost of Attendance
   - Expected Family Contribution                            Students will be notified of their financial aid award
   = Financial Need                                          by mail. Awarding begins in May.

                                                             fEdErAL fINANCIAL AId rEfuNd POLICy
 The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
 is the basic form to apply for assistance and is your       Students that receive federal financial aid are subject
 passport to financial aid. Information on this form         to the federal Return to Title IV Funds regulations.
 determines your eligibility for grants, scholarships,       These regulations state that aid eligibility for a
 work study and low-interest loans.                          student receiving federal aid must be recalculated
                                                             under most circumstances if the student withdraws
 fINANCIAL AId APPLICATION PrOCEdurE                         from classes early or ceases to attend during the
 • Complete and submit the Free Application for              quarter. Some students may owe a repayment to the
   Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to the federal                federal aid programs. These regulations and any
   processor. This application collects financial data       resulting amounts owed are separate from and may
   and other information used to calculate the               be in addition to the College’s own tuition refund
   Expected Family Contribution (EFC) that                   policy. For a copy of the Return to Title IV Funds
   determines a student’s eligibility for aid.               refund policy, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
   Applications are available in the Financial Aid
   office, and many of the forms needed may be
   downloaded from the Financial Aid Web site at
   www.lwtc.ctc.edu/financialaid.
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                                                                             If you are applying for Vocational Rehabilitation
                                                                             benefits (Chapter 31), you will need to contact the
                                                                             student accounts office at (425)739-8100, ext. 438
                                                                             for additional information.

                                                                             To apply for benefits under Chapter 30, 35, and
                                                                             1606, you will need the following documents:

                                                                             1. Completed “Application for VA Benefits” or
                                                                                “Request for Change of Program or Place of
                                                                                Training”, whichever one is applicable.
                                                                             2. Copy of your DD-214 (unless you are applying for
                                                                                Chapter 1606-reservist, or Chapter 35-dependent
                                                                                on survivor’s benefits.) Please do not submit
                                                                                original copies.
                                                                             3. You will need to submit official transcripts, by your
                                                                                third quarter of attendance, for both military
                                                                                experience and colleges that you had after high
                                                                                        school to determine if credits will go
                                                                             toward your                     program of study. You
                                                                             may request that these be                 sent directly
                   WOrKEr rETrAINING ANd WOrKfIrST                           to the Admission’s office. You must
                   PrOGrAMS (LOW-INCOME WOrKING PArENT)                      also request that the Admission’s office evaluate
                   See the Support Services for Students section of this     the transcript and have the transcript forwarded to
                   catalog. To determine your eligibility, check with the       the Veterans Adviser.
                   Worker Retraining Center, West Building, W207D,           4. If you are a reservist and are applying for Chapter
                   Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Work-              1606 benefits, you must submit a copy of the
                   First or Low-Income Working Parent Program is also           NOBE (Notice of Basic Eligibility) along with the
                   located in the West Building, room W207I.                    completed application. You may contact your unit
                                                                                on obtaining your NOBE.
                   Other forms of financial aid are available through
                   non-profit agencies and community-based organi-           Please note that it does take at least 40 days after the
                   zations. Lists of agencies are available through the      start of the quarter to receive your first check.
                   Employment Resource Center, West Building, W205.          If you have any questions regarding check
                                                                             disbursements or the application process, log onto
                   vETErAN’S bENEfITS                                        the Web site www.gibill.va.gov/ (opens new window)
                   Lake Washington Technical College has been autho-         or contact the Department of Veterans
                   rized by the Department of Veterans Affairs to certify    Affairs at 1(888) 442-4551.
                   veterans for educational benefits. In order to be
                   eligible for educational benefits, you must be enrolled   Veterans who have received an honorable discharge
                   in a certificate- or degree-granting program that has     or are members of the National Guard or Reservists
                   been pre-approved by the Department of Veterans           called to active duty may also be available for a 25%
                   Affairs. Most programs that are two quarters or more      waiver of tuition costs. Veterans may apply for this
                   in length at Lake Washington Technical College are        waiver at the Enrollment Services office. For more
                   eligible, but some are not.                               information regarding the Veterans Waivers, please
                                                                             contact Enrollment Services.
                   For more information please log onto our Web site at
                   www.lwtc.ctc.edu/financialaid. You may contact the
                   Veterans Adviser at (425)739-8100, ext. 475, for ad-
                   ditional information. The Veterans Adviser is located
                   in the Financial Aid office in the West Building, W209.

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 gRants                                desCRiptions               minimum           awaRd amounts
                                                                 no. of CRedits        (depending on eligibility)



 Federal Pell Grant                    A federal grant program          1              Up to $4,050 per year.
                                       (undergraduate students)

 Federal Supplemental (SEOG)           A federal grant program          8              Up to $600 per year.
 Educational Opportunity               (undergraduate students)

 Washington State Need Grant           A state grant program            8              Up to $3,187 per year.
                                       (undergraduate students)


 EMPLOyMENT PrOGrAMS
 Federal Work-Study                    A federal program at which students can work up to 19 hours per week to
                                       supplement their educational expenses. Employment may be available on
                                       or off campus.

 LOAN PrOGrAMS
 Federal Stafford Loan                 A federal loan program with up to $6,625 per year with deferred repayment
                                       and an interest rate of 6.8%.

 Federal PLUS Loan                     A non-need based federal loan program for parents. The maximum loan
                                       can cover up to the student’s cost of attendance of undergraduate
                                       dependent students minus any other aid received. Repayment begins within
                                       60 days of disbursement and the interest rate is set at 8.5%.


 SCHOLArSHIPS
 Lake Washington                       Offers a variety of need and non-need based scholarships provided by
 College Foundation                    College Foundation.


 Private and                           Need and non-need based scholarships.
 Community-based


 vETErANS
 Veterans Benefits                     For eligible veterans through the department of Veterans Affairs.




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               Satisfactory Academic Progress
                     for Financial Aid Recipients
                   SATISfACTOry ACAdEMIC PrOGrESS fOr fINANCIAL AId rECIPIENTS
                   Students receiving financial aid are required to make satisfactory academic progress. Since satisfactory
                   progress is a financial aid eligibility requirement, all quarters and all credits must be considered regardless of
                   whether financial aid was received. The college’s satisfactory progress requirements for financial aid, worker-
                   retraining, training completion aid, work-first tuition assistance, and most veteran’s benefits recipients are
                   summarized below.

                   QuALITATIvE MEASurE
                   All students must be in good standing with the college and maintain a quarterly and cumulative grade point
                   average (GPA) of 2.0.

                   QuANTITATIvE MEASurE
                   Students are expected to successfully complete the credits for which they enroll. Credits completed will be
                   reviewed at the end of each quarter. See the chart below to determine satisfactory progress status.

                                                                                   yOu WILL bE
                                                   yOu MuST COMPLETE                PLACEd ON               yOur AId WILL bE
                       If yOu ENrOLL AS:           WITH AT LEAST A 2.0           PrObATION If yOu            CANCELEd If yOu
                                                     QuArTErLy GPA:               ONLy COMPLETE:           COMPLETE LESS THAN:

                      Full-time (12+ cr)           12 credits/quarter           6-11 credits/quarter        6 credits/quarter
                      3/4 time (9-11 cr)           9 credits/quarter            5-8 credits/quarter         5 credits/quarter
                      1/2 time (6-8 cr)            6 credits/quarter            3-5 credits/quarter         3 credits/quarter
                      Less than 1/2 time           No. of credits registered    No probation allowed        No. of credits registered
                      (1-5 cr)


                   1. Academic progress for the entire period of enrollment will be reviewed prior to offering any financial aid.
                   2. Grades of .7 to 4.0, “S” and “P” are satisfactory. Grades of less than .7 and letter grades of “I”, “IP”, “Y”,
                      “N”, “V”, “U”, “W” and “Z” do not count as completed credits.
                   3. A student may receive aid for a course that is repeated if it is deemed academically necessary.




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SATISfACTOry PrOGrESS LIMITATIONS                       3. Financial aid will be suspended for students who
                                                           have had two consecutive quarters of
1. Students have a maximum time frame for                  probationary status. Students are no longer
   completing a program of study:                          eligible for financial aid at LWTC when one of the
a) For both degree and certificate programs, the           following occurs:
   student must complete their program in no more          a) The maximum amount of credits attempted
   than 125% of the number of credits (attempted)              (125%) towards their degree or certificate has
   required for their declared program. Transfer               been used.
   credits must be counted.                                b) Two consecutive quarters of unsatisfactory
b) A maximum of 45 credits are allowed for                     progress have occurred.
   developmental courses (developmental courses            c) Less than 50% of credits for the minimum
   are not included in determining if the student has          enrollment level attempted (or all credits for
   reached the 125% limit for attempted credits                less than 1/2 time) in a quarter are completed
   towards their certificate or degree).                       (see chart above).
2. Students failing to meet satisfactory progress       4. Students may receive aid for a maximum of 2
   requirements in a quarter may be placed on              programs, whether the program is completed
   probation or have their aid suspended the next          or not.
   quarter (see chart under Quantitative Measure
   above, and number 3, below). Students on             Students receiving aid are subject to federal and state
   probation must meet all applicable satisfactory      refund and repayment regulations, as well as the
   progress requirements in the next quarter to         college’s own refund policy. Students withdrawing
   regain good standing.                                partially or totally may be required to repay part or
                                                        all of their financial aid. A student who has not at-
                                                        tended any class is not eligible for aid in that quarter.




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                  dEGrEES ANd CErTIfICATES                                  To submit an application for a Certificate of
                  GENErAL rEQuIrEMENTS fOr dEGrEES ANd                      Proficiency, a student must have completed a
                  CErTIfICATES
                                                                            minimum of the last 30% of the technical credits
                  Lake Washington Technical College awards an               at Lake Washington Technical College, and the final
                  Associate of Applied Science degree (A.A.S.) for          quarter must be in residence.
                  completion of a technical program of study.
                  Certificates of Proficiency and Completion are            A minimum passing numeric grade (2.0 or higher)
                  awarded for completion of a program of specialized        in each course that receives a numeric grade, and a
                  technical training. General Education requirements        cumulative average of 2.0 in all courses, is required
                  for degrees and certificates can be found on the          for the Certificate of Proficiency.
                  Programs of Study/General Education page.
                                                                            Students can choose to graduate under the catalog
                  ASSOCIATE Of APPLIEd SCIENCE dEGrEE                       currently in effect or the catalog in effect when they
                  rEQuIrEMENTS                                              started in the program.
                  An A.A.S. degree must contain a minimum of 90 cred-
                  its. The number required varies with each program.        CErTIfICATE Of COMPLETION
                                                                            rEQuIrEMENTS
                  The A.A.S. degree must contain a minimum of 20            A Certificate of Completion is issued by Enrollment
                  credits of general education courses, including           Services to students who satisfactorily complete the
                  instruction in written communication (5 cr.);             competencies and requirements for programs of less
                  quantitative reasoning (5 cr.); social science (5 cr.);   than one academic year, less than 45 credit hours
                  and oral communications (5 cr.).                          in length, which does not necessarily include related
                                                                            instruction.
                  To submit an application for an A.A.S. degree, a
                  minimum of the last 30% of the technical credits          To submit an application for Certificate of
                  must be earned in residence, and the final quarter        Completion, a student must have completed all
                  must be in residence at Lake Washington                   technical credits in residence at Lake Washington
                  Technical College.                                        Technical College.
                  A minimum passing numeric grade (2.0 or higher)           A minimum passing numeric grade (2.0 or higher)
                  in each course that receives a numeric grade, and a       in each course that receives a numeric grade, and a
                  cumulative average of 2.0 in all courses, is required     cumulative average of 2.0 in all courses is required
                  for the A.A.S. degree.                                    for a Certificate of Completion.
                  Students can choose to graduate under the catalog         Students can choose to graduate under the catalog
                  currently in effect or the catalog in effect when they    currently in effect or the catalog in effect when they
                  started in the program.                                   started in the program.
                  CErTIfICATE Of PrOfICIENCy                                COOPErATIvE EduCATION
                  rEQuIrEMENTS
                                                                            Cooperative education is a process that draws
                  A Certificate of Proficiency is issued by Enrollment      upon community resources to expand students’
                  Services to students completing a program of              learning outside the classroom. It offers students
                  specialized occupational training of 45 credits or        the opportunity to blend classroom theory with
                  longer. The number of credits varies with                 planned, supervised field experience in areas relating
                  each program.                                             to their career choices. They work with a cooperative
                                                                            education coordinator, faculty member and employer
                  At least fifteen (15) credits of general education,       to identify and develop specific skills and learning
                  including instruction in written expression (5 cr.);      goals to be gained through the encounter.
                  quantitative reasoning (5 cr.); and social science
                  (5 cr.) are required along with the technical
                  requirements listed in the catalog.

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Students work on paid, or in some cases, unpaid          AduLT bASIC EduCATION
training assignments while integrating specific          Adult Basic Education (ABE) class instructors offer
periods of on-campus study with employment. The          assistance in developing basic skills in reading,
employer pays the student.                               writing, speaking, spelling, vocabulary, grammar,
                                                         problem solving and math. Emphasis is on
You may be able to apply your current job                developing useful knowledge and applied skills such
experience, if related to a career choice, toward a      as financial and health management, parenting
certificate or degree. Cooperative education             and raising a family, and finding and keeping a job.
experience may substitute for some coursework            The ABE program welcomes all adults who want to
to meet personal needs. For more information on          improve their skills. Each student discovers where
Cooperative Education, contact your faculty adviser.     his or her learning level is, and a personal program
                                                         is developed. All learning levels, from the very basic
PrIOr LEArNING ASSESSMENT COurSE                         to GED, can be accommodated. The Academic
CHALLENGE/CrEdIT by ExAMINATION                          Skills Center offers group classes and individualized
Prior Learning Assessment is a method whereby            instruction. For more information, please call the
learning gained through an individual’s life             college at (425)739-8100, ext.656.
experience is considered as credit toward a college
degree program. This learning can come from a            GENErAL EduCATION dEvELOPMENT
variety of sources, including work, volunteer,           General Education Development (GED) is a series
hobbies, and/or family responsibilities. Students may    of five tests developed by the American Council
receive Lake Washington Technical College credit         on Education to enable persons to obtain the
if an acceptable level of competence in the course       equivalency of a high school diploma. Earning
material is demonstrated.                                a GED provides students with greater access to
                                                         employment, advancement and higher education
Up to 25% of the credits required for a degree or        opportunities. The Academic Skills Center offers
certificate may be earned through prior learning         GED preparation classes and pre-tests. All students,
experience (PLA). Awarding of PLA credits by Lake        under the age of 19, need to obtain a release from
Washington Technical College does not guarantee or       their school district in order to take the test. Two
imply that other institutions will accept such credit.   pieces of ID are required at the time of testing. The
See an advisor for further information.                  college is a designated testing center for GED exams.
                                                         Testing appointments must be scheduled in advance
dEvELOPMENTAL EduCATION SErvICES                         either at the Assessment Center, West Building,
Students come to Lake Washington Technical College       2nd floor, or by calling (425)739-8115. For more
with skills at varying levels, yet they want to become   information, go to www.lwtc.ctc.edu/assessment.
more successful in everyday life or in training
programs. The college offers developmental               ENGLISH AS A SECONd LANGuAGE
education to many students who:                          The college serves a highly diverse population
                                                         of students from around the world, many with
• Have been out of school a long time and wish to        limited English-speaking skills. For those who
  brush up on basic or study skills                      want to improve their proficiency in English either
• Need to improve basic reading, writing and             for personal or educational reasons, the college
  mathematics skills before enrolling in other           offers two programs of instruction: English as a
  college courses                                        Second Language (ESL) and our Intensive English
• Are from non-English speaking countries who wish       Program (IEP). For more information about English
  to improve their English abilities                     as a Second Language classes, please call the ESL
• May already have adequate skills but wish to           instructional assistant at (425)739-8359. For
  improve them further                                   more information about our IEP program, please
• Wish to finish their high school education or          contact our International Student Services Office at
  obtain the General Education Development               (425)739-8100 ext.502.
  (GED) certificate

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                  CrEdITS ANd CrEdIT LOAd                                    Some programs offer other special awards that are
                  The academic year is divided into four quarters of         not posted to the transcript.
                  approximately eleven weeks each (the length of
                  individual courses may differ). In order to complete       In accordance with state law, students are expected
                  certificate or degree requirements in the prescribed       to complete their degree and certificate programs
                  number of quarters, a course load per quarter will         within a suitable length of time or number of credits.
                  be approximately 15-20 credits. A lecture class            See Enrollment Services or the student handbook
                  which meets five hours per week for one quarter will       for details.
                  yield five quarter credits. Lab courses require ten
                  hours of class time per week for five credits. Special     LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL ACAdEMy
                  permission is needed to carry more than 25 credits.        dIPLOMA
                                                                             A Lake Washington Technical Academy high school
                  fuLL- ANd PArT-TIME STudENT STATuS                         diploma is awarded to students who complete all
                  Students enrolled in 12 or more credits are                OSPI requirements while enrolled as students in
                  considered full-time. Some programs may                    good standing. This is a total of 11 high school
                  require higher quarterly credit loads to complete          credits in core requirements of English, math,
                  requirements in a specified time period. Some              science, social sciences, and 11 high school credits
                  external agencies may use different credit values to       in electives. A total of 22 credits are required for the
                  calculate full-time status.                                Academy high school diploma. Commencement is
                                                                             held in June of each academic year.
                  Students registered for fewer than full-time credits
                  as defined above are considered part-time. Note: for       HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION
                  financial aid purposes, the financial aid office should    An adult high school diploma is awarded through
                  be consulted for definitions of three-quarter time,        LWTC for adults 19 years of age or older who did
                  half-time, and less than half-time since the level of      not complete requirements for a high school
                  enrollment affects aid eligibility.                        diploma. Minimum credits required are 19 high
                                                                             school credits. For information and evaluation of an
                  GrAduATION                                                 official high school transcript, contact High School
                  The student is responsible for working with his or her     Programs, West Building, W210, call
                  adviser to meet all degree or certificate requirements.    (425)739-8107 or e-mail mary.burnett@lwtc.edu.
                  Automated degree checks are available for various
                  academic programs and time periods through online          GrAdING
                  services on the campus Web site.                           Lake Washington Technical College uses a numeric
                                                                             grading system for most courses. Instructors may
                  To receive a preliminary evaluation before the final       report grades from 4.0 to 0.7 in 0.1 increments and
                  quarter starts, students must apply to graduate by         the grade of 0.0. Grades in the range of 0.6 to 0.1 are
                  the second week of the preceding quarter. Students         not assigned. A grade of 0.7 earns credits. However,
                  should apply to graduate by the fourth week of the         a minimum grade of 2.0 is required for a number
                  preceding quarter. Applications received after that        of purposes including technical courses, general
                  may be deferred to a future quarter.                       education requirements, progression in a sequence
                                                                             of classes, to satisfy a prerequisite, and graduation
                  Commencement is held yearly in June. Students who          requirements. Numerical grades may be considered
                  complete a program during the preceding fall, winter       equivalent to letter grades as follows:
                  and spring quarters, or the following summer, are
                  invited to participate.

                  Graduation is recorded on student transcripts two-
                  to-four weeks after the end of the student’s final
                  quarter. Certificates are sent to students at that time.
                  Degrees are sent to students four to six weeks after
                  the end of the final quarter.
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Points       Letter                                      r-rEPEATING A COurSE
4.0          A          Excellent performance            The qualifier R on a transcript means a course
3.9-3.7      A-                                          has been repeated, and is excluded from credits
3.6-3.3      B+                                          and grade point average. A student may repeat any
3.2-3.0      B          Above-average performance        course taken at LWTC in which a grade of less than
2.9-2.7      B-                                          2.0 or a U was earned. All grades will still appear on
2.6-2.3      C+                                          the transcript whether repeated or not. If the most
2.2-2.0      C          Average performance              recent grade is lower than the earlier grade, the
1.9-1.7      C-                                          student may request the registrar to count just the
1.6-1.3      D+                                          higher grade in the GPA.
1.2-1.0      D          Minimum performance
0.9-0.7      D-                                          S/u-SATISfACTOry/uNSATISfACTOry
0.0-0.6      F          Unsatisfactory performance       S/U grading is used for work experience, clinical,
                                                         and skill development courses. The S indicates a
I-INCOMPLETE                                             satisfactory level of performance by the student.
An incomplete grade may be given if the student          By assigning an S grade, the instructor certifies a
is doing passing work, is unable to complete the         performance level of at least a 2.0 or higher. Credit is
requirements of the course during the quarter due        earned but the S does not affect the GPA calculation.
to reasons beyond his/her control (accident, illness,    A U grade is assigned when the level of performance
death in family, etc.), and can successfully complete    is below 2.0. A U grade does not earn credit and does
requirements of the course with no additional            not affect the GPA.
instruction. Because of this, the student does not
reregister for the course in a later quarter to remove   z-uNOffICIAL WITHdrAWAL
the Incomplete within the deadline period.               Students who attend briefly, rarely, or not at all, and
When an I (Incomplete) grade is given by an
                                                         who fail to withdraw from a course with a W grade,
instructor, a contract is filed with Enrollment
                                                         may be assigned a grade of Z if appropriate in the
Services stating the work necessary to remove the
                                                         judgment of an administrator. The Z grade does not
Incomplete, a date for completion, and the grade
earned if not completed. Incomplete coursework           earn credit and does not count in the GPA
must be completed by the required date as                calculation.
established by the instructor (this date may be
                                                         W-WITHdrAWAL
no later than the end of the subsequent quarter
of enrollment). At the time of graduation, the           A student may officially withdraw from any course
Incomplete will be changed to a 0.0 or to the grade      through the eighth week of the quarter (or the
assigned on the contract.                                equivalent for a short course or courses with
                                                         irregular start or end dates) by completing a
NG-NO GrAdE                                              withdrawal form and submitting it to Enrollment
NG means the course is “not graded” for any student      Services. Official withdrawals occurring after the
taking the course. This applies, for example, to some    tenth instructional day of the quarter are posted
non-credit courses. It would not appear on graded,       with a W on the student’s permanent transcript.
credit courses. NG does not affect the GPA and does      Withdrawals do not count in the GPA calculations
not earn credits. It does not indicate whether a         and cannot be assigned by faculty in the
student attended, just that the student enrolled.        grading process.

N-AudIT
Audit means the student registered on a space-
available basis to attend the class and to listen, but
not do graded work. The N grade does not earn credit
and does not affect the GPA. The audit grade option
must be approved by the instructor and submitted to
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                  y-IN PrOGrESS                                              Also if a student is transferring to another college,
                  A Y grade is given to students who are doing passing       that college may not recognize the grade forgiveness
                  coursework but need additional instruction and             previously granted at Lake Washington
                  time to complete course requirements. Students             Technical College.
                  are required to re-register for the course and pay
                  all tuition and any other charges. The Y remains on        GrAdE APPEAL PrOCESS
                  the transcript for the quarter assigned, while the         Students are responsible for maintaining standards
                  final grade will be posted to the quarter in which the     of academic progress and following course
                  student re-enrolled in the course. The Y grade earns       procedures established by their instructors. The
                  no credit and does not affect the GPA.                     purpose of the grade appeal is to protect students
                                                                             from prejudiced, arbitrary or capricious
                  * (ASTErISK)                                               academic evaluation.
                  This symbol (asterisk) means the grade has not
                  been assigned yet. The student should consult with         A grade appeal only applies to the final course
                  his or her instructor. This grade does not affect the      grade. The assignment of a grade is the right and
                  GPA and does not earn credits. Note however that a *       responsibility of the instructor. Students have
                  grade could prevent a student from receiving honors,       the right to appeal a grade deemed arbitrary or
                  impede financial aid eligibility, block graduation, or     capricious. In a grade appeal, the appropriate
                  result in a student being considered in academic           instructional division dean will meet only with the
                  difficulty. It is important that all enrolled courses be   student and instructor. No other advocate may be
                  assigned valid grades.                                     present. The student is responsible for knowing and
                                                                             initiating the grade appeal process. The student must
                  ACAdEMIC GrAdE fOrGIvENESS POLICy                          file grade appeals within the first three weeks of the
                  In order to compensate for the effects of                  academic quarter following the quarter in which the
                  circumstances in a student’s past that may have            grade was received.
                  negatively affected his or her GPA, LWTC offers a
                  grade forgiveness policy. This procedure can be            The student must first meet with the instructor
                  accomplished through an appeal filed with the              who assigned the grade. The instructor will explain
                  registrar. The following criteria must be met to be        the rationale for awarding the grade. The student is
                  eligible for such an appeal:                               responsible for demonstrating grade error or that
                                                                             arbitrary or capricious assignment of the final course
                  1. Grades must be three or more years old.                 grade occurred. If the result of the student’s meeting
                  2. Only quarters including credits graded below a 2.0      with the instructor does not produce a satisfactory
                     may be forgiven.                                        resolution of the student appeal, the student may
                  3. Grade forgiveness can include one or several            appeal to the appropriate division dean. The dean will
                     quarters from a census point back, as requested         meet with the student, review the course materials
                     by the student.                                         and grade assigned, and render a decision to deny,
                  4. The student must demonstrate a 2.0 GPA in all           approve, or modify the appeal within ten working
                     decimal graded courses taken after the last date        days. The decision of the dean is final.
                     of the period for which a student is requesting
                     forgiveness.                                            GrAdE POINT AvErAGE (GPA)
                                                                             The grade point average indicates the general
                  All courses in a given quarter are removed from the        achievement of the student. The quarterly GPA
                  GPA but remain on the student’s transcript. This           includes only classes for that specific quarter; the
                  appeal can be requested by turning in a letter of          cumulative GPA includes all classes which comprise
                  appeal to the registrar in Enrollment Services. A          the student’s academic history at LWTC. GPA is
                  determination will be made whether grade                   calculated by dividing the grade points by the
                  forgiveness is appropriate on a case-by-case basis.        number of credits of the courses for which the
                                                                             student was awarded a decimal grade. Grade points
                  Note: Grade forgiveness can only be granted once.          are calculated by multiplying the number of credits
                  Grades previously forgiven will not be reinstated.         by the numeric value of the grade for each course.

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The calculation does not include courses for which      GrAdE rEPOrTS
the student was awarded Z, Y, N, W, I, S, U, or other   After the end of each quarter, grades can be ac-
non-decimal grades.                                     cessed through the college’s online services. Official
                                                        transcripts are available through Enrollment Services
Example:                                                and unofficial transcripts are available on the Web.
Course            Credits      Grade                    It is important that students check grades at the end
ENGL 100              5          3.7                    of each quarter and address questions promptly. See
ABED 040              5           S                     Grade Changes above.
PSYC 100              5          4.0
5 credits x 3.7 = 18.5 grade points.                    HONOr rOLL
5 credits x 4.0 = 20 grade points.                      • President’s List requires a 4.0 quarterly
Total grade points: 18.5 + 20 = 38.5.                      grade-point average with a minimum of 12
Total credits taken for a decimal grade: 5 + 5 = 10.    credits.
GPA: 38.5 grade points divided by 10 credits = 3.85.    • Dean’s list requires a 3.7 quarterly grade-point
                                                           average with a minimum of 12 credits.
The GPA is calculated for each quarter and also for
all quarters combined, which is referred to as a        Honors are awarded at graduation for students
cumulative GPA. Contact Enrollment Services if you      who achieve the following cumulative grade point
                                                        averages:
have questions about your GPA.
                                                        • Cum Laude = 3.5-3.69
GrAdE CHANGES
                                                        • Magna Cum Laude = 3.7-3.99
Grades may be changed by instructors only in
                                                        • Summa Cum Laude = 4.00
cases of clerical errors or subsequent completion
of coursework. It is the student’s responsibility to
                                                        Each candidate for graduation is assessed at the
initiate a grade change with the instructor. A grade
                                                        time graduation is finally approved. Please contact
change form must be completed, signed by the
                                                        Enrollment Services for further information.
instructor, and submitted to Enrollment Services be-
fore a grade change becomes official. Students have     CLASS ATTENdANCE
60 days from the end of the quarter to request          Regular student attendance in classes is strongly
a grade change (deadlines for Incomplete                encouraged and may count as a percentage of the
grades differ).                                         grade in any given class. All coursework must be
                                                        completed to the satisfaction of the instructor. The
                                                        student is responsible for initiating make-up work.




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                  Course Descriptions                                                AbEd 045       rEAdING                          5Cr.
                                           Course Title            Course Credits
               Course                                                                An Adult Basic Education reading skills class
                prefix    KEy
            & number                                                                 in which students focus on developing reading
                          ACbT 121        bASIC bOdy rEPAIr              10 Cr       comprehension skills. Students will read paragraphs
          Description
                          Course provides an understanding of product and…           for main ideas and supporting details, improve their
         Courses that     Prerequisites: TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125, CISA 101      vocabularies, and increase their reading speed.
              must be     or instructor permission. (44:132:0)
           taken prior                                                               Prerequisites: Equivalent placement score,
          to this class                    Lecture hours:Lab hours:Other             successful completion of EASL 050, or instructor
                                                                                     permission. (55:00:00)
                          AbEd 030        AbE MATH I                        1-2Cr.   AbEd 046       WrITING                          5Cr.
                          Gain mastery of whole number concepts through the          An introductory Adult Basic Education writing
                          use of the four basic mathematical operations in both      skills class where students will focus on the
                          numeric and story problems. Students learn                 sentence, including basic sentence types, usage, and
                          numeric symbol and word representations of                 punctuation. Students will practice writing sentences
                          numbers. Basic American household measurement              that relate to the same topic, which will be used to
                          will be covered. Prerequisites: Equivalent placement       lead the student into the development of paragraphs
                          score or instructor permission. (22:00:00)                 that are unified under a topic and a thesis sentence.
                                                                                     Prerequisites: Equivalent placement score or
                          AbEd 035        bASIC SKILLS LEvEL I              1-5Cr.   instructor permission. (55:00:00)
                          Improve writing, reading, spelling, arithmetic, and
                          English language speaking skills in an individualized      AbEd 047       EMPLOyMENT
                          self-paced learning environment. Prerequisites:                           ESSENTIALS                     1-8Cr.
                          Instructor permission and equivalent placement test        The Employment Essentials class provides an
                          scores. (variable)                                         opportunity for students to strengthen family life
                                                                                     and worker readiness skills through lectures,
                          AbEd 036        bASIC SKILLS LEvEL II             1-5Cr.   group discussion and reading. General content
                          Improve writing, reading, spelling, arithmetic, and        includes child guidance and development, effective
                          English language speaking skills in an individualized      communication and worker portfolio development.
                          self-paced learning environment. Prerequisites:            Prerequisite: Placement to Basic Skills classes by
                          Instructor permission and equivalent placement test        Workfirst staff.(variable)
                          scores. (variable)
                                                                                     AbEd 048       SELf-PACEd GEd                 1-5Cr.
                          AbEd 037        bASIC SKILLS LEvEL III            1-5Cr.   Set up an individual study plan to guide you through
                          Improve writing, reading, spelling, arithmetic, and        self-paced lessons; tutoring available when
                          English language speaking skills in an individualized      necessary. Prerequisites: Instructor permission.
                          self-paced learning environment. Prerequisites:            (55:00:00)
                          Instructor permission and equivalent placement test
                          scores. (variable)                                         AbEd 049       STruCTurEd GEd                   5Cr.
                                                                                     Obtain help to pass the five GED certificate tests:
                          AbEd 040        AbE MATH II                         5Cr.   math, science, reading, writing, and social studies.
                          Covers fractions, decimals, and percents through the       Classroom environment. (55:00:00)
                          use of the four basic mathematical operations in both
                          numeric and story problems. Students learn numeric
                          symbol and word representations of numbers.
                          American household measurement covered.
                          Prerequisites: ABED 030, equivalent placement score,
                          or instructor permission. (55:00:00)




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AbEd 050        STruCTurEd GEd                             ACbT 131        METAL
                IN SPANISH                        5Cr.                     STrAIGHTENING
                                                                           TECHNIQuES                        6Cr.
The pre-GED preparation course will enable
students to begin the process of preparing for             Course covers the application of common metal
their GED examinations. Assessment of learning             straightening techniques and outer body panel
styles, identification of effective study strategies and   cosmetic repairs. Combines brief lecture sessions
barriers to success, and test-taking strategies will be    with intensive hands-on labs. Prerequisites:
discussed. In addition, a preliminary assessment           TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125.
of academic strengths and weaknesses will be               (33:66:00)
conducted and resources for remediation will be
                                                           ACbT 132        SurfACE
identified. Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites                      PrEPArATION                       5Cr.
for this course; however, a student under the              Course combines steps of surface defect causes
age of 19 must have a release form signed by a             and cures. Instruction will be provided on how to
representative of his/her high school or school            use plastic filler materials and tools. Students will
district prior to taking the class. (55:00:00)             determine and apply plan to prepare surface for
                                                           refinishing. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,
AbEd 053        HEALTHCArE brIdGE II              6Cr.     TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:66:00)
Students will practice and improve their reading,
writing, and study skills in the context of Health/        ACbT 133        MEASurING SySTEMS                 5Cr.
Healthcare to prepare for entry into LWTC Allied           Provides fundamentals of vehicle construction,
Health programs. Prerequisites: EASL 050 or                measuring principles and systems, including
equivalent placement scores. (66:00:00)                    interpreting body dimension specification charts.
                                                           Students will demonstrate classroom techniques in
AbEd 054        ONLINE GrAMMAr &                           lab. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
                WrITING fOr
                AdvANCEd ESL                      2Cr.     TRAN 125. (22:66:00)
This writing class delivered on-line builds grammar
skills in areas (such as verb tenses and clauses) that     ACbT 211        AuTO bOdy WELdING                 4Cr.
remain a barrier to non-native English speakers’           Integrates the operation, maintenance, safe practices
success in ABED and English 093 classes. (22:00:00)        and vehicle protection when MIG welding, brazing,
                                                           and using a plasma arc cutter. Prerequisites: TRAN
AbEd 055        ONLINE GEd                                 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:44:00)
     `          WrITING PrEPArATION               3Cr.
Builds skills related to successfully passing the LA:      ACbT 212        dAMAGE IdENTIfICATION
Writing portion of the GED test. Students improve                          ANd ANALySIS                      5Cr.
sentence skills (grammar, usage, and mechanics)            Course offers estimating and measuring principles
and develop five-paragraph essays. Prerequisites:          used in damage analysis. The course combines
Appropriate placement test (SLEP ASSET, COMPASS)
                                   ,                       classroom lecture and demonstration with group and
scores or instructor permission. (33:00:00)                individual practice via shop setting. Prerequisites:
                                                           TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125.
ACbT 121        bASIC bOdy                                 (22:66:00)
                rEPAIr/rEfINISH                  10Cr.
Provides an understanding of product and repair            ACbT 213        PANEL rEPLACE
skills. Tool safety and safe handling of both auto body                    & AdJuST I                        6Cr.
and auto paint products will be emphasized, and            Course combines replacement and alignment of
products commonly used in the collision industry           outer body panels with the alignment hinges, latches,
will be covered. Hands-on training will be provided.       bolted-on panels and common hands-on tasks.
Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,               Includes hands-on practice. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,
TRAN 125 or instructor permission. (44:132:00)             TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (11:110:00)

ACbT 122        COLLISION ESTIMATING/                      ACbT 221        PANEL rEPLACE
                ELECTrONIC dISArM                                          & AdJuST II                       8Cr.
                PrOCEdurE                         6Cr.     Includes various straightening, replacement and
Course covers collision estimating with lecture and        alignment techniques commonly used on structural
hands-on written estimating. The use of Collision          panels. Student applies classroom instruction in
Estimating Guides and how to select parts and labor        shop setting. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,
amounts will be taught. Safe handling of electrical        TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (33:110:00)
components will also be taught. Prerequisites:
TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125 or
instructor permission. (33:66:00)


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                  ACbT 222       uNIbOdy & frAME                             ACCT 210       fINANCIAL ACCOuNTING I 5Cr.
                                 ALIGNMENT                         7Cr.      Course covers basic accounting concepts,
                  Course covers the setup, measurement and repair of         principles, and financial statement preparation for
                  various types of unibody and frame damage. Consists        a sole proprietorship. Special journals are used
                  of lecture sessions followed by group and individual       in conjunction with a merchandising business. A
                  hands-on lab applications. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,        computerized practice set culminates the quarter.
                  TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:110:00)                  Prerequisites: ACCT 111, BUSA 100, or MATH 080,
                                                                             or equivalent placement test score or instructor
                  ACbT 231       MECHANICAL ANd                              permission. (55:00:00)
                                 ELECTrICAL SySTEMS                5Cr.
                  Course examines drive train and wiring diagrams,
                                                                             ACCT 220       fINANCIAL ACCOuNTING II 5Cr.
                  flowcharts, and various diagnostic procedures.
                  Consists of lecture sessions followed by shop              This course is a continuation of basic accounting
                  application of sequential techniques taught in the         concepts, principles, and procedures for sole
                  lectures. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,               proprietorships and merchandising. The course
                  TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:66:00)                             emphasizes current assets, fixed assets, and
                                                                             current liabilities. Prerequisites: ACCT 210 or
                  ACbT 232       GLASS rEPLACEMENT                 5Cr.
                                                                             instructor permission. (55:00:00)
                  Course examines various types of automotive
                                                                             ACCT 230       fINANCIAL ACCOuNTING III 5Cr.
                  movable and stationary glass replacement, alignment,
                  seal and hardware problems. Includes guided group          Course covers accounting concepts, principles
                  and individual hands-on application. Prerequisites:        and procedures for partnerships and businesses.
                  TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125.                    Emphasis on long term liabilities, stockholder’s
                  (11:88:00)                                                 equity and statement of cash flows. Prerequisites:
                                                                             ACCT 220 or instructor permission. (55:00:00)
                  ACbT 233       AdvANCEd SHOP
                                 PrOCEdurES                        5Cr.      ACCT 240       PAyrOLL ACCOuNTING               5Cr.
                  Course covers restoration and fabrication, including       Emphasis on major federal and state payroll laws.
                  advanced characteristics and techniques of metal,          Gain practical experience in preparing payroll, payroll
                  plastic body filler and fiberglass. Incorporates lecture   records, and tax forms. Comprehensive computer
                  material in shop application. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,     application problem. Prerequisites: ACCT 210, ACCT
                  TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:66:00)                   212 or instructor permission (55:00:00)

                  ACCT 105       QuICKbOOKS                        3Cr.      ACCT 245       COMPuTErIzEd
                                                                                            ACCOuNTING                       3Cr.
                  QuickBooks is a popular accounting program
                  designed for both business and personal use.               Comprehensive accounting practices learned applied
                  Instruction includes how to create and use a variety       to proprietorships, partnerships and corporations.
                  of accounts and forms pertaining to customers,             Includes financial statement analysis. Prerequisites:
                  vendors, banks, inventory, check printing, reports         ACCT 230 or instructor permission. (11:44:00)
                  and charts. Prerequisites: ACCT 111, OFTC 105,
                  and either BUSA 111 or CISA 101 or instructor
                  permission. (11:44:00)

                  ACCT 111       INTrOduCTION TO
                                 ACCOuNTING                        5Cr.
                  This is an introductory course emphasizing double
                  entry bookkeeping for a sole proprietor. Students
                  learn how to record business transactions, detect
                  and correct errors, and prepare financial statements.
                  A practice set provides the opportunity to maintain
                  records for a business. Prerequisites: MATH 070,
                  ENGL 093, or equivalent placement test scores.
                  (55:00:00)

                  ACCT 112       buSINESS CALCuLATOr
                                 APPLICATIONS                      3Cr.
                  Students learn to use the desktop calculator by touch
                  with a proficiency in speed and accuracy. Students
                  use the desktop calculator to solve a variety of
                  business-related problems. Prerequisites: MATH 070
                  or equivalent placement test scores. (11:44:00)
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ACCT 255       INCOME TAx I                     5Cr.     ACPT 122       COLLISION ESTIMATING/
                                                                        ELECTrONIC dISArM
Introduction to federal income tax laws for                             PrOCEdurE                            6Cr.
individuals. Course covers gross income, deductions,     Course covers collision estimating with lecture and
and tax credits with emphasis on in-depth                hands-on written estimating. The use of Collision
preparation of individual tax returns. (55:00:00)        Estimating Guides and how to select parts and labor
                                                         amounts will be taught. Safe handling of electrical
ACCT 256       INCOME TAx II                    5Cr.
                                                         components will also be taught. Prerequisites:
Beyond basics of ACCT 255. Covers business               TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125 or
expenses, cost recovery (tax depreciation), capital      instructor permission. (33:66:00)
gains and losses, disposition of business assets
and personal residences, partnership taxation and        ACPT 131       AuTOMOTIvE fINISHES I                6Cr.
corporate income tax. Prerequisites: ACCT 255.           Provides classroom and hands-on training
(55:00:00)                                               in identifying and differentiating between
                                                         finish systems. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,
ACCT 265       GOvErNMENTAL
               ACCOuNTING                       5Cr.     TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:88:00)
This course covers the concepts, objectives
                                                         ACPT 132       rEfINISH PrEPArATION                 6Cr.
and principles of accounting for local and state
governments. Students use special revenue funds          The student learns how to select and understand
and learn general fund and government fund               use of repair finish systems and system
accounting. Prerequisites: ACCT 230 or instructor        components. Determines and applies planned
permission. (55:00:00)                                   sequence to repair surface for refinishing.
                                                         Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
ACCT 270       MANAGErIAL                                TRAN 125. (22:88:00)
               ACCOuNTING                       5Cr.
Analysis of accounting data as a part of the             ACPT 133       SPrAy GuN OPErATION                  3Cr.
managerial process of planning, decision-making          An overview of various types of automotive spray
and control. Theory and application of cost              guns including setup, testing, and adjustments.
accounting for materials, labor and factory overhead.    Prerequisites: TRAN 100, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
Emphasis on cost allocation, analysis, and control       TRAN 125. (11:44:00)
using standard costing, variance analysis and
direct costing. Prerequisites: ACCT 230. (55:00:00)      ACPT 211       PAINT APPLICATION I                  6Cr.
                                                         Study and application of knowledge of various
ACCT 275       ETHICS IN buSINESS               5Cr.     finishes including set-up, primer, sealer, single
This course introduces ethical decision making           stage, and base coat-clear coat systems.
processes used in business. Through group                Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
interaction and case scenarios, students learn           TRAN 125. (22:88:00)
moral philosophies and social responsibilities as
they pertain to working in business. Prerequisites:      ACPT 212       PAINT MIxING                         3Cr.
Placement into ENGL 092. (55:00:00)                      Course allows the student to apply knowledge of
                                                         paint mixing formulas and procedures learned in
ACCT 280       ACCOuNTING PrOJECTS              3Cr.     previous courses. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,
A capstone simulation a student develops with the        TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (11:44:00)
instructor to give the student more depth or breadth
in application or theory in accounting. Prerequisites:   ACPT 213       PAINT TINTING
                                                                        ANd MATCHING I                       6Cr.
Instructor permission. (11:44:00)
                                                         Study and application of knowledge of color
ACPT 121       bASIC bOdy
                                                         movement and tint color to obtain blendable match
               rEPAIr/rEfINISH                10Cr.      along with a solid and metallic color characteristics.
Course provides an understanding of product              Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 1113,
and repair skills. Tool safety and safe handling of      TRAN 125. (22:88:00)
both auto body and auto paint products will be
emphasized. Also covers the products commonly            ACPT 221       AuTOMOTIvE fINISHES II               6Cr.
used in the collision industry. Hands-on training will   Learn to identify and differentiate between multiple
be provided. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,                    stage and various types of finishes. Prerequisites:
TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125 or instructor               TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125.
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                  ACPT 222       PAINT APPLICATION II             6Cr.      ArGT 111       ArCHITECTurAL
                  Application of multiple stage systems and uses of                        PrINT rEAdING I                  2Cr.
                  advanced refinishing techniques. Prerequisites:           Introduction to print reading and interpretation,
                  TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125.                   layout, terminology, materials, construction methods,
                  (22:88:00)                                                dimensions, symbols, building codes. (11:22:00)

                  ACPT 223       PAINT TINTING                              ArGT 112       CONSTruCTION
                                 ANd MATCHING II                  3Cr.                     TECHNIQuES                       4Cr.
                  Course covers color movement and tint color to            Course covers residential construction techniques,
                  obtain blendable color match with multiple stage          terminology, materials, contracts, codes, permits
                  (tri-coat and quad- coat finishes). Prerequisites:        and costs. Includes hands-on experience involving
                  TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125.                   common construction applications. (22:44:00)
                  (11:44:00)
                                                                            ArGT 121       ArCHITECTurAL
                                                                                           GrAPHICS                         4Cr.
                  ACPT 231       PAINT PrObLEMS                   6Cr.
                                                                            Fundamentals of architectural graphics including:
                  Student identifies common paint problems and              terminology, media, line conventions, architectural
                  their sources. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,         lettering, scaling, sketching, floor plans, sections,
                  TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:88:00)                            elevations and dimensioning techniques. Emphasis
                                                                            is placed on architectural standards. (22:44:00)
                  ACPT 232       SPECIALIzEd
                                 PAINT fINISHES                   6Cr.
                  An overview of custom and special effects application.    ArGT 211       ArCHITECTurAL
                                                                                           PrINT rEAdING II                 2Cr.
                  Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,              Advanced print reading and interpretation, layout,
                  TRAN 125. (22:88:00)                                      terminology, materials, construction methods,
                                                                            dimensions, symbols, building codes and notes.
                  ACPT 233       PINSTrIPING
                                 ANd dETAILING                    3Cr.      Prerequisites: ARGT 111. (11:22:00)
                  Identification and application of striping using both
                  painted and tape-type systems. Inspection and             ArGT 212       rESIdENTIAL
                                                                                           CONSTruCTION
                  detailed cleaning before release of vehicle.                             TECHNIQuES                       4Cr.
                  Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,              Course covers residential construction techniques,
                  TRAN 125. (11:44:00)                                      terminology, materials, construction methods,
                                                                            dimensions, symbols, building codes and notes.
                  ANTH 220       TECHNOLOGy                                 Prerequisites: ARGT 111. (22:44:00)
                                 & CuLTurE                        5Cr.
                  An exploration of the interaction of culture              ArGT 215       CONSTruCTION
                  and technology from an anthropological and                               MATErIALS                        4Cr.
                  archaeological perspective. The development of            Study of construction materials for residential and
                  selected technologies will be explored in detail. An      commercial architecture including wood, steel,
                  overview of the major theories of cultural influence      plastics, composites, masonry and concrete.
                  on technological development, adoption, and               Prerequisites: ARGT 112 or instructor
                  rejection will be provided. Prerequisites: ABED 045       permission.(22:44:00).
                  or ABED 046 or equivalent placement test score.
                  (55:00:00)                                                ArGT 221       ArCHITECTurAL
                                                                                           GrAPHICS–rESIdENTIAL I           4Cr.
                  ArCH 201       HISTOry Of AMErICAN                        Course covers residential architectural graphics
                                 ArCHITECTurE                     3Cr.      standards, fixtures, floor plans, sections, elevations,
                  History of architecture in America from the 17th          stairs, roofs and foundations. Primary focus on wood
                  century colonial beginnings through the 20th century.     construction. Various architectural graphics media
                  Topics include European influence, vernacular styles,     and software applications are utilized. Prerequisites:
                  architectural terminology, and an introduction to the     ARGT 211, ARCH 201 or instructor permission.
                  architects who influenced design and construction         (22:44:00)
                  in America. Prerequisites: ENGT 101 or instructor
                  permission. (22:22:00)                                    ArGT 222       ArCHITECTurAL
                                                                                           GrAPHICS–rESIdENTIAL II 4Cr.
                  ArCH 205       THEOry Of ArCHITECTurE 3Cr.                Course covers residential architectural graphics
                  Critical thinking, writing and sketching to investigate   beginning at a conceptual stage through the design
                  issues of importance in architectural design. Lectures    development phase of a project. Various architectural
                  and reading assignments used to expand awareness          graphics media and software applications
                  of architectural values and principles. Prerequisites:    are utilized. Prerequisites: ARGT 221, ARCH 205 or
                  ARCH 201 or instructor permission. (11:44:00)             instructor permission. (22:44:00)
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ArGT 223       ArCHITECTurAL
               GrAPHICS–rESIdENTIAL III 4Cr.
Residential architectural graphics: development of
a complete set of working drawings applying local
building codes. Various architectural graphics media
and software applications are utilized. Prerequisites:
ARGT 211, ARCH 205 or instructor permission.
(22:44:00)

ArGT 225       CONSTruCTION
               MANAGEMENT
               ANd ESTIMATING                   4Cr.
Estimating techniques and methods of preparing
estimates. Management of a construction project and
the costs involved. Office practices. Prerequisites:
ARGT 212 or instructor permission. (22:44:00)

ArGT 228       CONSTruCTION
               SPECIfICATIONS                   4Cr.
Study of the construction contract process,
methods, materials, contractual relationships, and
construction document organization. Prerequisites:
ARGT 112 or instructor permission (22:44:00)
                                                         ArGT 245       ArCHITECTurAL
ArGT 231       ArCHITECTurAL                                            MOdEL buILdING                  3Cr.
               GrAPHICS–COMMErCIAL I 4Cr.                A basic course in architectural model making.
Commercial construction techniques: materials,           Emphasis is placed on current model making
standards, fixtures, codes, permits & costs.             techniques used by architectural and engineering
Development of a complete set of working drawings.       firms for marketing their professional services
Various architectural graphics media and software        and proposals. Prerequisites: ARGT 221. (11:44:00)
applications are utilized. Prerequisites: ENGT 131,
ARGT 221. (22:44:00)                                     ArGT 261       ArCHITECTurAL
                                                                        PrObLEMS I                      4Cr.
ArGT 232       ArCHITECTurAL                             Advanced problem solving methods in architectural
               GrAPHICS–COMMErCIAL II 4Cr.               graphics. Student will develop and define project
Commercial construction techniques: materials,           while coordinating with faculty. The student’s
standards, fixtures, codes, permits & costs.             architectural project begins at a conceptual stage
Development of a complete set of working drawings.       and will develop through the design phase of a
Various architectural graphics media and software        project. Students working individually or on teams,
applications are utilized. Prerequisites: ENGT 131,      explore and document their work through sketches,
ARGT 221. (22:44:00)                                     study models, presentation and design drawings.
                                                         Prerequisites: ENGT 131, ARGT 232. (22:44:00)
ArGT 233       ArCHITECTurAL
               GrAPHICS–COMMErCIAL III 4Cr.
                                                         ArGT 262       ArCHITECTurAL
Advanced concepts in commercial construction                            PrObLEMS II                     4Cr.
techniques. Emphasis is placed on architectural          Advanced problem solving methods in architectural
standards. Continuation of Architectural Graphics.       graphics. Continuation of Architectural Problems
Prerequisites: ARGT 232. (22:44:00)                      I. Student will continue project development while
                                                         coordinating with faculty. The students architectural
ArGT 241       ArCHITECTurAL                             project begins at the design phase and will continue
               ILLuSTrATION                     4Cr.
Architectural illustration techniques including:         through design development and conclude with the
orthographic, axonometric and oblique projection;        construction document phase. Students working
perspectives. Lettering and rendering techniques         individually or on teams, explore and document
                                                         their work through sketches, study models,
with emphasis on a variety of media and software.
                                                         presentation and working drawings. Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: ENGT 131. (22:44:00)
                                                         ARGT 261. (22:44:00)




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                  ArT    102     2-d GrAPHIC dESIGN              5Cr.      AuTO 134       ENGINE PErfOrMANCE–
                  This course covers exploration of the two-                              IGNITION                         4Cr.
                  dimensional design process including problem             This course focuses on the understanding, analysis
                  identification leading to the development of alternate   and repair of automotive ignition systems utilizing
                  solutions. Students will engage in critical dialogue     industry standards and techniques. Prerequisites:
                  exploring the content and context of creative work.      AUTO 120, AUTO 124 or instructor permission.
                  Students will examine essential two-dimensional          Co-requisites: AUTO 135, AUTO 136, AUTO 138
                  surface design concepts and processes throughout         (22:44:00)
                  the course by completing conceptual exercises.
                  Equivalent to MMDP 102. (44:22:00)                       AuTO 135       ENGINE PErfOrMANCE–
                                                                                          fuEL                             4Cr.
                                                                           This course focuses on the understanding and repair
                  ArT    105     HuMAN LIfE drAWING              4Cr.
                                                                           of automotive fuel delivery systems utilizing industry
                  This class focuses on teaching students the              standards, techniques, and equipment. Prerequisites:
                  fundamentals of the human form. This class is            AUTO 120, AUTO 124, or instructor permission.
                  needed because being able to correctly create            Co-requisites: AUTO 134, AUTO 136, AUTO 138
                  the likeness of the human form requires an               (22:44:00)
                  understanding of the fundamental aspects of
                  the skeleton, muscle structures and movement.            AuTO 136       ENGINE PErfOrMANCE–
                  Understanding the human form is part of good                            EMISSIONS                        4Cr.
                  character design for production, part of creating        This course focuses on the understanding, repair
                  realistic movements for animation and part of gesture    and service of automotive emission systems and
                  drawing for storyboarding. Students will leave the       devices utilizing industry standards and techniques.
                  class with the ability to create the human form based    Prerequisites: AUTO 120, AUTO 124, or instructor
                  on knowledge of the skeletal and muscular structures     permission required. Co-requisites: AUTO 134,
                  that create structure in the body. Model with oil base   AUTO 135, AUTO 138 (22:44:00)
                  clay to understand form in three dimensional space.
                  Equivalent to MMDP 114. (22:44:00)                       AuTO 138       ENGINE PErfOrMANCE–
                                                                                          COMPuTEr CONTrOL                 4Cr.
                  ArT    201     SurvEy Of WESTErN                         This course focuses on the understanding and repair
                                 ArT–ANCIENT                     5Cr.      of the Onboard Diagnostic system and automotive
                  Major achievements in painting, sculpture,               computer controls utilizing industry standards,
                  architecture, and the decorative arts in Europe, the     techniques and equipment. Prerequisites:
                  Near East, and North Africa, from prehistoric times to   AUTO 120, AUTO 124, or instructor permission
                  the beginnings of Christianity. (55:00:00)               required. Co-requisites: AUTO 134, AUTO 135,
                                                                           AUTO 136 (22:44:00)
                  ArT    202     SurvEy Of WESTErN
                                 ArT–MEdIEvAL &
                                 rENAISSANCE                     5Cr.      AuTO 140       brAKE SySTEMS                  10Cr.
                  This course examines the arts of the Byzantine           This course focuses on the diagnosis, repair and
                  Empire, Islam, and Western Christendom through           service of automotive brakes and Anti-lock brake
                  1520 AD. (55:00:00)                                      control systems utilizing industry standards, technique
                                                                           and equipment. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,
                  AuTO 120       ELECTrICAL/ELECTrONICS                    TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125 Co-requisites:
                                 SySTEMS                14Cr.              AUTO 144 (44:132:00)
                  This course focuses on the understanding and repair
                  of automotive electrical, electronic systems utilizing   AuTO 144       SuSPENSION, STEErING
                  industry standards and techniques. Prerequisites:                       & ALIGNMENT                      6Cr.
                  TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125, or               This course focuses on the understanding, diagnosis
                  instructor permission. Co-requisites: AUTO 124           and repair of automotive suspension, steering and
                  (66:176:00)                                              alignment principles utilizing industry standards,
                                                                           equipment and techniques. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,
                  AuTO 124       MAINTENANCE                               TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125 Co-requisites:
                                 PrOCEdurES                      2Cr.      AUTO 140 (33:66:00)
                  This course focuses on the understanding of periodic
                  maintenance intervals and procedures utilizing
                  industry standards, techniques, and equipment.
                  Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
                  TRAN 125, or instructor permission. Co-requisites:
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AuTO 210       ENGINES, CyLINdEr                        bAKE 103        AdvANCEd bAKEry
               bLOCKS, COOLING                                          TECHNIQuE                       15Cr.
               SySTEMS                        10Cr.     Advanced techniques for decorated cakes, specialty
This course focuses on the understanding, diagnosis,    bread, chocolate and sugar work design.
repair and servicing of automotive engines and          Prerequisites: BAKE 102. (77:176:00)
cooling systems utilizing industry standards,
techniques and equipment. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,      bIOL    101     bIOLOGy                           5Cr.
TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125 Co-requisites:             Covers the basic biology principles and processes
AUTO 215, AUTO 220, AUTO 225 (44:132:00)                for the non- science major. Includes a basic survey
                                                        of cell biology, inheritance, reproduction, genetics,
AuTO 215       AIr CONdITIONING                         classification, evolution, ecology and principles of
               SErvICE                         6Cr.
                                                        living systems. Includes laboratory. (44:22:00)
This course focuses on the understanding, diagnosis
and repair of automotive air conditioning and heating
                                                        bIOL    105     NuTrITION                         2Cr.
systems utilizing industry standards, techniques and
                                                        This course studies nutrition and biochemistry
equipment. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,
                                                        to give the student an understanding of nutrition
TRAN 113, TRAN 125. Co-requisites: AUTO 210,
                                                        as a significant factor for health and wellness.
AUTO 220, AUTO 225 (33:66:00)
                                                        (22:00:00)
AuTO 220       AuTOMATIC TrANSMISSION
               & TrANSAxLES           8Cr.              bIOL    106     NuTrITION fOr
                                                                        HEALTHCArE
This course focuses on the understanding, diagnosis                     PrOfESSIONALS                     5Cr.
and repair of automotive automatic transmissions        This course studies the concepts of normal nutrition
and transaxles utilizing industry standards,            and biochemistry. It also addresses nutrition of
techniques and equipment. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,      different life cycles and diet planning. Studies in
TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125 Co-requisites:             nutrition and biochemistry give the student an
AUTO 210, AUTO 215, AUTO 225 (33:110:00)                understanding of a significant factor for health and
                                                        wellness. (55:00:00)
AuTO 225       MANuAL TrANSMISSION
               & TrANSAxLES                    8Cr.
                                                        bIOL    111     SurvEy Of ANATOMy
This course focuses on the understanding, diagnosis                     & PHySIOLOGy                      5Cr.
and repair of automotive manual transmissions,          A one-quarter introductory survey of human anatomy
transaxles, clutches, differentials and drive axles     and physiology designed for non-science majors.
utilizing industry standards, techniques and            Relationships between structures and functions in
equipment. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,           each body system are emphasized. (55:00:00)
TRAN 113, TRAN 125. Co-requisites: AUTO 210,
AUTO 215, AUTO 220 (33:110:00)                          bIOL    211     ANATOMy &
                                                                        PHySIOLOGy I                      5Cr.
AuTO 298       JOb SEArCH &                             The first quarter of a two-quarter sequence designed
               EMPLOyAbILITy SKILLS            1Cr.     to give allied-health science students a working
Students develop job search objectives and              knowledge and understanding of the basic systems that
practice employability skills needed for successful     comprise the human body. This class includes a basic
employment. Prerequisites: Instructor Permission.       introduction to chemistry as well as a detailed study of
(11:00:00)                                              cells and tissues, the integumentary, skeletal, muscular
                                                        and nervous systems. The theme of homeostasis is
bAKE 101       INTrOduCTION                             interwoven into the course and is emphasized as each
               TO bAKEry                      15Cr.
                                                        system is introduced and discussed. Prerequisites:
Baking basics and theories. Learning to prepare basic
                                                        ABED 046, or equivalent placement scores, or
doughs such as, tart, pie, cookies, rolled in doughs,
                                                        concurrent enrollment in ABED 053. (44:22:00)
basic yeast leavened doughs. Creams, custards, and
basic finishing techniques. Plate design and retail.
                                                        bIOL    212     ANATOMy &
Equivalent to CULA 127. Prerequisites: MATH 070,                        PHySIOLOGy II                     5Cr.
HOSP 101, HOSP 106, HOSP 110. (77:176:00)               A continuation of BIOL 211 including a detailed
                                                        study of endocrine, digestive, respiratory, circulatory,
bAKE 102       CAKE dECOrATING &                        lymphatic, urinary and reproductive systems.
               WOrKING CHOCOLATE              15Cr.
                                                        Includes laboratory. Prerequisites: BIOL 211 or
Introduction of mixing methods, leavening agents,
                                                        instructor permission. (44:22:00)
decorating and piping. Chocolate tempering,
decorative work and production of truffles and
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                   bIOL   215     MICrObIOLOGy                      5Cr.    bPMT 123       MOTOr CONTrOL
                                                                                           PrINCIPLES                        6Cr.
                   Introduces students to the major concepts of the
                   microbiological science. These concepts include basic    Introduction to motor control and ladder logic
                   anatomy, physiology and the differences between          equipment and systems. Includes the function and
                   eukaryotic, prokaryotic and viral systems, growth        operation of relays, magnetic motor starters and
                   factors and curves, techniques in microbial control,     common electromechanical devices. Prerequisites:
                   microbial interrelationships and host defenses.          BPMT 121 or instructor permission. (66:66:00)
                   Prerequisites: BIOL 211 or instructor permission.
                                                                            bPMT 124       MOTOr CONTrOL LAb                 5Cr.
                   (44:22:00)
                                                                            Compliments BPMT 123. Introduction to motor
                   bPMT 111       rEfrIGErATION
                                                                            controls equipment and systems. Includes the wiring
                                  PrINCIPLES                      10Cr.     and testing of relays, magnetic motor starters and
                   Introduction to refrigeration HVAC equipment and         common electromechanical devices. Hands-on
                   systems. Includes purpose and use of industrial          exercises stress digital multimeter use. Prerequisites:
                   components and control devices, psychometrics, air       BPMT 121 or instructor permission. (00:110:00)
                   distribution and balance, electronic and pneumatic
                   control systems, operating conditions, troubleshooting   bPMT 131       ELECTrICAL
                                                                                           TrOubLESHOOTING II                1Cr.
                   and maintenance concerns. Prerequisites: MATH 080,
                   ENGL 092 or equivalent placement scores.                 Advanced troubleshooting techniques for finding
                   Co-requisites: BPMT 112. (110:00:00)                     opens, shorts, high resistance, low and high
                                                                            voltage, and operational problems using digital
                   bPMT 112       rEfrIGErATION
                                                                            test equipment on complex industrial circuits.
                                  SErvICING                         6Cr.    Prerequisites: BPMT 123 or instructor permission.
                   Hands-on experience with BPMT 111 principles.            (11:00:00)
                   Covers refrigerant recovery and recycling, system
                   evacuation and charging, various tubing joints,          bPMT 132       ELECTrICAL
                                                                                           TrOubLESHOOTING LAb II            4Cr.
                   psychometrics, air distribution and balance, typical
                   operating conditions and common maintenance              Compliments BPMT 131, Electrical Troubleshooting Lab
                   operations. Co-requisites: BPMT 111 or instructor        II. Students will learn and use advanced troubleshooting
                   permission. (00:132:00)                                  techniques to find opens, shorts, high resistance, low
                                                                            and high voltage, and operational problems using digital
                   bPMT 113       LICENSING
                                                                            test equipment. Hands-on exercises stress digital meter
                                  rEQuIrEMENTS                      3Cr.    and scope-meter use. Prerequisites: BPMT 123 or
                   Preparation for the City of Seattle Refrigeration        instructor permission. (00:88:00)
                   Operating Engineer license and the Operating and
                                                .A.
                   Maintenance Engineers, E.P Technician certification      bPMT 133       PrOGrAMMAbLE
                                                                                           CONTrOLS                          6Cr.
                   (universal rating). Prerequisites:
                   BPMT 112 or instructor permission. (33:00:00)            Covers the programming, operation, maintenance
                                                                            and troubleshooting of programmable logic controls
                   bPMT 121       ELECTrICAL
                                                                            using RSLogix software. Prerequisites: BPMT 132 or
                                  TrOubLESHOOTING I                 4Cr.    instructor permission. (66:00:00)
                   Introduction to electrical equipment and systems.
                   Includes purpose and use of electrical devices, basic    bPMT 134       PrOGrAMMAbLE
                                                                                           CONTrOLS LAb                      5Cr.
                   troubleshooting techniques, Ohm’s law, simple
                   circuits, and theory. (44:00:00)                         Compliments BPMT 133. Hands-on lab covers
                                                                            programming, operation, and troubleshooting of
                   bPMT 122       ELECTrICAL
                                                                            programmable logic controls, and common
                                  TrOubLESHOOTING LAb I             3Cr.    PLC circuits. Prerequisites: BPMT 132 or instructor
                   Complements BPMT 121. Introduction to electrical         permission. (00:110:00)
                   maintenance and troubleshooting on low voltage
                   circuits. Finding opens, shorts, high resistance, and    bPMT 135       COMPuTErIzEd
                                                                                           MAINTENANCE
                   operational problems are taught using digital meters.                   MANAGEMENT
                   Prerequisites: BPMT 121 or instructor permission.                       SySTEMS (CMM)                     1Cr.
                   (00:66:00)                                               Introduces the student to the concepts, software
                                                                            and in- class demonstrations of Computerized
                                                                            Maintenance Management/Preventative and Predictive
                                                                            Systems as it applies to a mid-sized company.
                                                                            Prerequisites: BPMT 133 or instructor permission.
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bPMT 241       bOILEr PrINCIPLES               9Cr.     buHr 163       EMPLOyEE bENEfITS,
Introduction to boiler equipment, controls, and                        HEALTH & SAfETy                  2Cr.
systems. Includes the function and operation            Learn mandatory benefits such as unemployment,
of all major components and control devices,            family leave, worker’s compensation and social
common troubleshooting problems and common              security as well as innovative practices in time off,
maintenance concerns. Prepare to sit for a fourth or    retirement/pensions, health care insurance, EAPs
third grade City of Seattle examination. (99:00:00)     and other benefits. Safety and security programs will
                                                        also be covered. (22:00:00)
bPMT 242       bOILEr OPErATION                2Cr.
A hands-on lab that covers the most common boiler       buHr 165       rECruITMENT PrOCESS              2Cr.
operations on a full-sized boiler trainer. Included     Learn to make sound employment decisions
are field trips to various types of boiler plants.      whether building a staff or maintaining a talented
Prerequisites: BPMT 241 or instructor permission.       workforce. Includes writing job descriptions,
(00:44:00)                                              recruiting, screening, reference checks,
                                                        interviewing, testing, extending offers, conducting
bPMT 243       MECHANICAL                               orientation sessions and developing employment
               MAINTENANCE                     3Cr.     statistics. (22:00:00)
Operation, maintenance, and repair of common
industrial mechanical systems. Gear and chain           buHr 166       COMPENSATION                     2Cr.
drives, conveyer systems. Introduction to hydraulic     Review objectives, principles, regulations and
equipment, controls, and systems. Includes purpose      terminology of compensation programs. Learn
and use of components and control devices,              leading-edge compensation methods such as
troubleshooting problems and maintenance concerns.      gain sharing, skill-based pay, direct and indirect
(33:00:00)                                              rewards, and individual performance management.
                                                        (22:00:00)
bPMT 244       MECHANICAL
               MAINTENANCE LAb                 2Cr.     buHr 167       EMPLOyEE/LAbOr
Compliments BPMT 243. Covers the operation,                            rELATIONS                        2Cr.
maintenance and repair of common industrial             Examine the nature of management/employee
mechanical and hydraulic systems. Gear and chain        relations and the human resource associate’s
drives, conveyor systems, and common hands-on           role in that relationship. Includes an overview of
tasks are covered. (00:44:00)                           employee rights, discipline, termination, grievance
                                                        administration, dispute resolution, related
buHr 150       HuMAN                                    record keeping, policy development, and union-
               rESOurCES ETHICS                2Cr.     management relations. (22:00:00)
Learn how to support the special administrative
needs in human resources, resolving HR-related          buHr 174       TrAINING ANd EMPLOyEE
ethical issues and dealing with employee inquiries in                  dEvELOPMENT           2Cr.
positive ways; also covers effective time management.   Learn principles related to employee training; the
Prerequisites: BUHR 183. (22:00:00)                     major phases of a training system; training methods
                                                        and techniques; the HR development process; and
buHr 151       HuMAN rESOurCES                          the characteristics of a legal and effective appraisal
               INfOrMATION SySTEMS             4Cr.     system. (22:00:00)
Learn the legal considerations in HR record keeping;
how to set up effective and legal personnel files,      buHr 183       EMPLOyMENT LAW I                 3Cr.
manage employee data, prepare HR reports, and           A survey course covering the basics of employment
process forms (hiring and benefits related). Basic      laws including Title VII, sexual harassment, ADA,
computer knowledge is recommended. (44:00:00)           ADEA, FMLA, FLSA worker’s compensation, OSHA/
                                                        WISHA, WARN Act, ERISA, and COBRA. (33:00:00)
buHr 159       HuMAN rESOurCES
               OvErvIEW                        1Cr.
                                                        buHr 184       EMPLOyMENT LAW II                3Cr.
A survey course exploring the field of Human
Resources, including requirements for entry level       This course covers the interaction between laws,
positions, job descriptions, PHR/SPHR certification,    affirmative action; disparate impact; investigating
and an overview of the LWTC program. (11:00:00)         and resolving complaints; handling EEO claims;
                                                        and developing policies to ensure legal compliance.
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                  buHr 190       HuMAN rESOurCES                           buSA 198       JOb SEArCH                       2Cr.
                                 INTEGrATION                     1Cr.      Designed to develop knowledge and skills that will
                  Students will work with case studies and/or an HR        be demanded on the job to provide the student a
                  simulation to integrate the functional knowledge of      high degree of success. Course covers how to write
                  compensation, employment law, labor relations, etc.      a resume, dependable strengths report and cover
                  in solving complex, realistic HR-related problems.       letter; searching and applying for a job, interviewing
                  Co-requisites: BUHR 184. (22:00:00)                      for a job, and how to follow-up on the job search.
                                                                           (22:00:00)
                  buSA 100       buSINESS MATH                   5Cr.
                  Course will cover basic math skills needed for           buSA 210       ENTrEPrENEurSHIP                 5Cr.
                  accounting with emphasis on solving business             An overview of the basics of creating a new business
                  problems related to percentages, discounts, payroll,     venture. Topics covered include identifying and
                  inventory, depreciation, simple and compound             evaluating opportunities, success and failure factors,
                  interest, present value, annuities, stocks and bonds.    and market, financial, and legal considerations.
                  Prerequisites: ABED 040 or MATH 070 or equivalent        Prerequisites: BUSA 102 or instructor permission.
                  placement test score. (55:00:00)                         (55:00:00)
                  buSA 101       buSINESS                                  buSA 220       buSINESS PrOMOTIONS              5Cr.
                                 COMMuNICATIONS                  5Cr.
                  This course is designed to develop proficiency in        An overview class focusing on how to promote a
                  the use of listening, speaking, and writing skills in    small business. Topics covered include product,
                  the business environment. Students should have           pricing, promotion, distribution, and customer
                  typing and/or word-processing skills, and access to a    considerations. Students learn professional sales
                  computer or typewriter. Prerequisites: ENGL 093 or       techniques and cost effective advertising strategies.
                  equivalent placement score. (55:00:00)                   Prerequisites: BUSA 102 or instructor permission.
                                                                           (55:00:00)
                  buSA 102       INTrOduCTION TO
                                 buSINESS                        5Cr.      buSA 230       buSINESS INvESTMENT              5Cr.
                  The course covers the survey of American business,       This course focuses on how to fund a small business
                  business and economic terminology, forms of              venture. Topics covered include acquisition and use
                  business ownership, franchising, small and               of funding, money management, financial analysis
                  international business, management and marketing         and long-term budgeting. Prerequisites: BUSA 102 or
                  concepts, and business environment. Prerequisites:       instructor permission. (55:00:00)
                  MATH 080, ENGL 100 or equivalent placement score.
                  (55:00:00)                                               buSA 250       buSINESS LAW                     5Cr.
                                                                           This is an introductory course which covers the basic
                  buSA 111       buSINESS COMPuTEr                         study of the Uniform Commercial Code. Emphasis is
                                 APPLICATIONS                    3Cr.      placed on U.S. contract law and commercial paper.
                  This introductory course gives hands-on experience       Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or equivalent placement
                  in performing basic Internet searches and in using       score. (55:00:00)
                  Microsoft software applications such as Windows,
                  Word, Power Point, and Access or Excel. Prerequisites:   CEGT 211       CIvIL ENGINEErING
                  OFTC 105 or instructor permission. (11:44:00)                           GrAPHICS I                       4Cr.
                                                                           Basic concepts involved in civil engineering graphics,
                  buSA 180       SMALL buSINESS                            including location and direction, scales, map
                                 MANAGEMENT                      5Cr.      symbols, plot plans, legal descriptions, contours,
                  This course is an overview of contemporary               profiles and street layouts. Prerequisites: ENGR 115
                  principles and presentation of specific small business   and ENGT 131 or instructor permission. (22:44:00)
                  management tools; development of skills in analyzing
                  and solving small business management problems.          CEGT 212       CIvIL ENGINEErING
                                                                                          GrAPHICS II                      4Cr.
                  buSA 191       CuSTOMEr SErvICE /                        Advanced concepts in civil engineering graphics.
                                 HELP dESK                       3Cr.      Builds on concepts of Civil Engineering Graphics I.
                  The student will acquire and enhance his/her             Prerequisites: CEGT 211. (22:44:00)
                  communication, listening, problem solving,
                  and decision making skills which will assist the         CEGT 221       SurvEyING                        4Cr.
                  student on the job to provide customer satisfaction.     Fundamentals of surveying including: use of
                  (33:00:00)                                               instruments and tools, field note recording and
                                                                           computations, transversing, leveling, topography
                                                                           and GPS. Emphasis is placed on basic techniques in
                                                                           the field. Prerequisites: CEGT 211 (22:44:00)
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CEGT 231        CIvIL 3d COMPuTEr
                AIdEd dESIGN I                   4Cr.
A course in advanced civil engineering graphics
using state of the art civil 3D software. Students learn
coordinate geometry, digital terrain modeling and
design methods using profiles, cross sections and
templates. Prerequisites: ENGT 131 and CEGT 211 or
instructor permission. (22:44:00)

CEGT 232        CIvIL 3d COMPuTEr
                AIdEd dESIGN II                  4Cr.
A course in advanced civil engineering graphics
using state of the art civil 3D software. Students
learn advanced terrain design, grading and profiling
techniques and calculations. Continuation of Civil 3D
Computer Aided Design I. Prerequisites: CEGT 231 or
instructor permission. (22:44:00)

CEGT 233        CIvIL 3d COMPuTEr
                AIdEd dESIGN III                 4Cr.
A course in advanced civil engineering graphics using
state of the art civil 3D software. Students work on
advanced design projects. Continuation of CEGT 232.
Prerequisites: CEGT 232.(22:44:00)
                                                            CEGT 281      LANdSCAPE dESIGN
CEGT 241        CIvIL ENGINEErING                                         GrAPHICS I                      4Cr.
                MATErIALS                        4Cr.
                                                            Basic landscape design and layout techniques
A study of civil engineering materials including
                                                            emphasizing manual and/or CAD skills. Design of
gravel, asphalt, and concrete. Introduction to basic
                                                            private and public use areas. Prerequisites:
soil properties and classifications, plastic, concrete,
                                                            ENGT 132 and CEGT 211, or instructor permission.
metal piping and structures. Prerequisites: CEGT 211
                                                            (22:44:00).
or instructor permission. (22:44:00)
                                                            CEGT 282      LANdSCAPE dESIGN
CEGT 251        bOuNdAry SurvEyS                                          GrAPHICS II                     4Cr.
                & PLAT dESIGN I                  4Cr.
                                                            Advanced landscape design and layout techniques
A study of the system of public lands, legal descriptions
                                                            emphasizing manual and/or CAD skills. Design of
and boundary survey, site and subdivision planning
                                                            private and public use areas. Prerequisites:
and design including contours, profiles, topography.
                                                            CEGT 281.(22:44:00)
Prerequisites: CEGT 212 (22:44:00)
                                                            CfOr 151      INTrOduCTION TO
CEGT 252        bOuNdAry SurvEyS                                          COMPuTEr SECurITy               3Cr.
                & PLAT dESIGN II                 4Cr.
                                                            An introduction to basic computer & network
Advanced site and subdivision planning and design.
                                                            security concepts: Including basic PC workstation
Continuation of CEGT 251. Prerequisites: CEGT 251.
                                                            security policies/measures, and basic Internet
(22:44:00)
                                                            security and data encryption information. Prereq-
                                                            uisites: CSNT 121, CSNT 122, CSNT 128, CSNT 129,
CEGT 261        rOAdWAy dESIGN
                & LAyOuT I                       4Cr.       or instructor permission. Co-requisites: CFOR 225.
Fundamentals of roadway and infrastructure                  (33:00:00)
design and layout, preliminary surveys, design
specifications, horizontal and vertical alignment and       CfOr 155      WEb SECurITy                    2Cr.
layout, rights-of-way, easements and plan detail.           Introduces basic Internet security concepts,
Prerequisites: CEGT 212 (22:44:00)                          including basic PC workstation security policies/
                                                            measures, including basic Internet (Web) security
CEGT 262        rOAdWAy dESIGN                              and data encryption issues. Equivalent to ITAD 155.
                & LAyOuT II                      4Cr.       Co-requisites: CFOR 235. (22:00:00)
Advanced roadway and infrastructure design and
layout. Continuation of CEGT 261. Prerequisites:
CEGT 261. (22:44:00).



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                   CfOr 210       INTrOduCTION TO                           CfOr 235       WEb SECurITy
                                  COMPuTEr fOrENSICS              4Cr.                     IMPLEMENTATION                  3Cr.
                   Introduces basic computer forensics concepts             A hands-on course addressing the security concerns
                   including: History of computer crime, computer &         in the setup and administration of an e-commerce
                   network hardware, investigation methods, digital         Web site, including e-mail and server issues.
                   evidence, forensic examination concepts, evidence        Prerequisites: CSNT 121, CSNT 122, CSNT 128,
                   seizure and presentation. Note: Students will submit     CSNT 129, or instructor permission. Co-requisites:
                   a criminal background check. Prerequisites:              CFOR 155 or ITAD 155. (11:44:00)
                   CSNT 121, CSNT 122, CSNT 128, CSNT 129, or
                   instructor permission. Students must be at least 18      CfOr 236       WIrELESS SECurITy               5Cr.
                   years of age. (22:44:00)                                 Wireless Security introduces theory and provides
                                                                            hands-on experience with installing, configuring,
                   CfOr 215       dATA COMMuNICATIONS             3Cr.      and managing 802.11x networks, and securing them
                   Students build a strong foundation in basic network      using WEP encryption, MAC and protocol filters, and
                   design, structures, and terminology, including           advanced authentication methods. Prerequisites:
                   hardware and software components, protocols, and         Instructor permission. (44:22:00)
                   the OSI network model. Prerequisites:
                   CSNT 121, CSNT 122, CSNT 128, CSNT 129, or               CfOr 238       PrESErvING &
                                                                                           dOCuMENTING EvIdENCE            5Cr.
                   instructor permission. (33:22:00)
                                                                            Provides the fundamentals of acquiring, preserving,
                   CfOr 216       INfOrMATION ASSurANCE 4Cr.                and presenting data that has been processed and
                   An overview of Information Security Management           stored electronically. Ensuring evidence integrity is
                   including: risk management, business continuity          maintained and cannot be reputed or challenged in a
                   planning, and security awareness education.              court of law. Prerequisites: CFOR 210.
                   Students will study technical security issues of         Co-requisites: CFOR 246. (44:22:00)
                   data communications, applications, and
                                                                            CfOr 240       INTruSION dETECTION             5Cr.
                   operation controls. Prerequisites: CFOR 210 or
                   instructor permission. (44:00:00)                        A thorough examination and implementation of the
                                                                            components, applications, and implementation of
                   CfOr 220       TCP/IP SECurITy                 5Cr.      IDS (Intrusion Detection Systems) at the
                   Provides the fundamentals of basic network firewall      network level. Prerequisites: CFOR 215 or CFOR 220
                   security. Planning, designing, developing strategies,    or instructor permission. (44:22:00)
                   and hands-on installations/troubleshooting will be
                                                                            CfOr 246       APPLIEd fOrENSICS               5Cr.
                   the focus for this course. Prerequisites: CFOR 215 or
                   instructor permission. (44:22:00)                        Class members apply high-level security analysis,
                                                                            building on the technical knowledge and skills
                   CfOr 225       COMPuTEr                                  acquired in CFOR 210 Introduction to Computer
                                  SECurITy SySTEMS                3Cr.      Forensics. Apply various forensic skills in a team
                   A study of computer security system techniques           environment using a variety of forensic and
                   including: Authentication, activity logging,             investigative tools. Prerequisites: CFOR 210.
                   authorization policies, biometrics, smartcard            Co-requisites: CFOR 238. (44:22:00)
                   systems, intrusion countermeasures, and
                   risk analysis. Prerequisites: CSNT 121, CSNT 122,        CfOr 250       uNIx PrOGrAMMING                5Cr.
                   CSNT 128, CSNT 129, or instructor permission.            Fundamentals of the Unix operating system for the
                   Co-requisites: CFOR 151. (11:44:00)                      PC user, including the basics of Perl/CGI/C/C++
                                                                            programming and how to execute these programs.
                   CfOr 230       NETWOrK SECurITy                5Cr.      Special emphasis on scripts and security issues.
                   An introduction to basic network security concepts       Prerequisites: CSNT 114 or instructor permission.
                   including defining security principles, terminologies,   (44:22:00)
                   security components, IP packet structures &
                   analysis, routing and access control lists, and attach   CfOr 254       COMPuTEr
                                                                                           CryPTOGrAPHy                    5Cr.
                   techniques. Prerequisites: Instructor permission.
                   (44:22:00)                                               Fundamental concepts in data hiding and
                                                                            steganography, including techniques, motivations
                                                                            for use, known criminal uses, digital watermarking,
                                                                            copyright theft, sporgeries and covert channels such
                                                                            as firewall piercing. (44:22:00)




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CfOr 255       NETWOrK SECurITy               15Cr.      CHEM 102       INTrOduCTION TO
Advanced course focuses on network security                             OrGANIC CHEMISTry               5Cr.
concepts including defining security principles,         This course is a continuation of CHEM 101, and uses
terminologies and security components.                   the concepts learned to understand the molecular
Prerequisites: CSNT 245 or industry certification(s)     nature of living. Organic chemistry studies all things
beyond Network+ or instructor approval of industry       made of carbon, including proteins, carbohydrates,
experience. (55:220:00)                                  hydrocarbons, plastics, and other substances.
                                                         Prerequisites: CHEM 101 or instructor permission.
CfOr 256       CurrENT ISSuES IN                         (33:44:00)
               COMPuTEr fOrENSICS/
               SECurITy                         5Cr.
                                                         CHEM 120       GENErAL CHEMISTry I             5Cr.
Seminar on current research and development              Study of elementary concepts including matter,
in computer security and information assurance.          measurement, elements, compounds stoichiometric
(55:00:00)                                               relationships, chemical calculations, atomic
                                                         structure, periodic trends, chemical structures,
CfOr 259       LINux+ CErTIfICATION
               PrEPArATION                      3Cr.     bonding, nuclear chemistry, thermochemistry, and
Prepares advanced students for taking the CompTIA        physical states of matter. Prerequisites: CHEM 101,
Linux+ certification exam. The outcomes match            MATH 099. (33:44:00)
directly to the six domains of CompTIA’s exam
objectives. Prerequisites: CSNT 130 and CFOR 250,        CHEM 130       GENErAL CHEMISTry II            5Cr.
or instructor permission. (22:22:00)                     Continuation of General Chemistry I with emphasis
                                                         on quantitative analytical methods. Topics include
CfOr 265       APPLIEd fOrENSICS              15Cr.      chemical kinetics, equilibria, thermodynamics,
Class members learn to gather, verify, document,         electrochemistry, volumetric and gravimetric
and safeguard stored and online networked digital        analyses. Lab complements the theoretical concepts.
evidence and to analyze and summarize results using      Prerequisites: CHEM 120. (33:44:00)
Forensic analysis tools. Prerequisites:
CSNT 245 or Security+ Industry Certification or          CHEM 210       OrGANIC CHEMISTry I             5Cr.
instructor approval. (55:220:00)                         Structure, nomenclature, and reactions with
                                                         stereochemistry and mechanisms of hydrocarbons,
CfOr 293       INTErNSHIP SEMINAr               1Cr.     alcohols, ethers, aldehydes and ketones. Lab portion
Provides advanced students in the CFOR program           involves technique experiments for separations and
working in degree-related jobs or participating in       purifications and procuring physical properties.
program-sponsored internships a forum to discuss         Prerequisites: CHEM 130. (33:44:00)
work-related issues. Prerequisites: CFOR 216 or
instructor permission. (11:00:00)                        CHEM 220       OrGANIC CHEMISTry II            5Cr.
                                                         Structure, nomenclature and reactions of carboxylic
CHEM 100       INTrOduCTION TO                           acids, amines, and phenols, with spectral methods
               CHEMISTry                        5Cr.     and organic chemistry of carbohydrates, lipids,
This course is designed to give a broad exposure         proteins, and nucleic acids. Laboratory portion
to the basics of chemistry in one quarter. This lab      involves preparative experiments and organic
course requires experiments done at home using           qualitative analyses. Prerequisites: CHEM 210.
consumer products. Prerequisites: MATH 090 or            (33:44:00)
higher or instructor permission. (44:22:00)
                                                         CHEM 230       bIOCHEMISTry                    5Cr.
CHEM 101       PrINCIPLES Of CHEMISTry 5Cr.              A one-quarter survey of the chemical foundations of
This course will cover the basics of chemistry,          biology. Topics include DNA and genetics, metabolic
including matter and energy, chemical                    pathways and processes of carbohydrates, lipids and
nomenclature, chemical reaction equations,               proteins, enzymes and enzyme kinetics, and cellular
simplified atomic and molecular theory, and general      functions. Prerequisites: CHEM 220, BIOL 215.
laws of matter and energy. Includes lecture, guided      (33:44:00)
laboratory exploration, and discussion. Prerequisites:
MATH 090 or higher, or instructor permission.            CHEM 240       INSTruMENTAL
(33:44:00)                                                              ANALySIS I                      5Cr.
                                                         Principles of modern chemical instrumentation.
                                                         Topics include theory and principles of spectro-
                                                         scopic, electro- analytical and chromatographic
                                                         techniques. Prerequisites: MATH 120, CHEM 220.
                                                         (33:44:00)

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                  CISA 101        COMPuTEr APPLICATIONS 2Cr.                CISA 124       POWErPOINT                        3Cr.
                  An introduction to using computers and                    Beginning and intermediate course in presentation
                  understanding computer terminology. Windows and           software. Topics covered include design of slides,
                  basic word processing (Word) and spreadsheets             slide sort, slide show. Learn to import and edit
                  (Excel) will be taught for students to have an            graphics, import data from spreadsheets, and use 3D
                  understanding of what the programs are and how to         effects to create slide presentations. (11:44:00)
                  create, print and save files. How to use the Internet
                  will also be covered. (11:22:00)                          CISA 154       frONT PAGE                        4Cr.
                                                                            Students will examine FrontPage, which is a powerful
                  CISA 103       INTErNET                         2Cr.      suite of programs that help a student develop
                  The student will search for specific resources and        dynamic, interactive World Wide Web sites. Topics
                  archives on the Internet using specific tools. Basic      include creating web pages, inserting images,
                  Keyboarding recommended. (11:22:00)                       working with hyperlinks, creating tables and frames,
                                                                            working with HTML forms and adding graphics
                  CISA 111       WOrd                             4Cr.      features to web pages. Prerequisites: CISA 116.
                  Beginning and intermediate word processing course         (22:44:00)
                  covering document creation, retrieval, character
                  and paragraph formatting multi-page documents,            CISA 172       E-COMMErCE, buSINESS
                  columns, tables, graphics, and form letters.                             ON THE INTErNET                   4Cr.
                  (22:44:00)                                                Introduction to how to conduct business on the
                                                                            Internet. Students will examine the impact of the
                  CISA 112       ExCEL I                          4Cr.      Internet on our economy, look at typical business
                  Beginning and intermediate course in spreadsheets.        uses, see the effect of non-sales E-Commerce, and
                  Topics covered include document creation, retrieval,      look at marketing, advertising and customer service
                  entering text, numbers, and formulas, formatting,         on the Internet. Prerequisites: CISA 103. (33:22:00)
                  financial functions, what-if analysis, graphs,
                  and charts. Prerequisites: BUSA 111 or CISA 116,          CISA 195       CAPSTONE PrOJECT                  4Cr.
                  OFTC 105, or instructor permission. (22:44:00)            The final project in a Business Applications Support
                                                                            certificate course of studies. Prerequisites: Instructor
                  CISA 113       ExCEL II                         4Cr.      permission. (22:44:00)
                  This course covers in-depth theory and application
                  of spreadsheets. Topics include macros, databases,        CISA 211       ExPErT MS WOrd                    4Cr.
                  what-if analysis, pivot tables, import/export, advanced   A continuation of the MS Word, CISA 111, course.
                  formulas and creating and managing files.                 Students learn advanced word processing skills that
                  Prerequisites: CISA 112, BUSA 100 or equivalent           the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Word
                  placement test scores, or instructor permission.          Expert exam assesses. Prepares students to take the
                  (22:44:00)                                                MOUS Expert Word exam. Prerequisites: CISA 111 or
                                                                            instructor permission. (22:44:00)
                  CISA 114       ACCESS                           4Cr.
                  Beginning and intermediate course on databases.           CISA 215       PubLISHEr                         3Cr.
                  Topics covered include design of tables, screen forms,    This course is designed to teach the basic elements
                  reports and labels; update, add, delete, and modify       of desktop publishing using the Microsoft Publisher
                  data; and creating custom reports and forms using         to produce brochures, business cards, catalogs,
                  filters and queries. (22:44:00)                           flyers, newsletters, and invitations. Prerequisites:
                                                                            CISA 116. (22:22:00)
                  CISA 116       WINdOWS                          3Cr.
                  This course covers the basic commands and                 CISA 220       OffICE AdMINISTrATION             3Cr.
                  terminology of how to operate in the Windows              This course develops the foundation for the
                  environment. Topics include the desktop features and      Administrative Assistant position. It includes the
                  how to create and set up files. (22:22:00)                areas of office systems, finance, business law, and
                                                                            management. (33:00:00)
                  CISA 120       buSINESS dESKTOP
                                 MANAGEMENT                       5Cr.      CISA 225       INTEGrATEd
                  This course will develop skills to manage desktop                        APPLICATIONS fOr
                                                                                           buSINESS PrOduCTIvITy             3Cr.
                  productivity tools and systems. Content includes file     This course is designed to give understanding of the
                  management - archiving, storing, security, sharing.       integration of word processing, desktop publishing,
                                                          ,
                  Additional content includes cookies, FTP e-mail, and      database, and spreadsheet technology by using
                  use of internet. (44:22:00)                               simulations to produce documents. Prerequisites:
                                                                            CISA 111, CISA 112, and either CISA 114 or CISA 116.
                                                                            (11:44:00)
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CISA 235       OuTLOOK                           2Cr.     COSM 131       COSMETOLOGy
This course is designed to teach the basic elements                      THEOry III                      3Cr.
of the current version of Outlook, including e-mail,      Third in a series of four theory courses and serves
calendar, contacts, and tasks. Prerequisites: CISA 116    as a continuation in the study of all phases of
or instructor permission. (11:22:00)                      cosmetology. Greater emphasis is placed upon
                                                          advanced permanent waving and hair color.
CISA 281       PrOJECT MANAGEMENT                         Prerequisites: COSM 121, COSM 122. (33:00:00)
               uSING MICrOSOfT
               PrOJECT                           3Cr.     COSM 132       COSMETOLOGy
Use Microsoft Project to assist in the development                       PrACTICE III                   19Cr.
and monitoring of a project. Prerequisites: CISA 116.     Practice principles and applications learned in
(22:22:00)                                                Cosmetology Theory III. Co-requisites: COSM 131.
                                                          (00:418:00)
CIvE   205     THEOry Of urbAN
               dESIGN & PLANNING                 3Cr.     COSM 211       COSMETOLOGy
Critical thinking, writing and sketching to investigate                  THEOry Iv                       3Cr.
issues of importance in environmental and urban           Final in a series of four theory courses and
design & planning including lectures, reading and         serves as a culmination of all the student theory
research assignments used to expand awareness of          in cosmetology. Greater emphasis is placed on
planning values and principles. Prerequisites:            advanced levels of skin, hair and nail care and
CEGT 211 or instructor permission. (22:44:00)             offering complete services to the customer.
                                                          Prerequisites: COSM 131, COSM 132. (33:00:00)
CJuS 201       INTrOduCTION TO
               CrIMINAL JuSTICE                  5Cr.     COSM 212       COSMETOLOGy
Overview of the criminal justice system and its basic                    PrACTICE Iv                    19Cr.
policies, institutions, and dilemmas, examining           Completion of objectives as reviewed in Cosmetology
the role of police, courts, and corrections. Students     Theory I - IV. Co-requisites: COSM 211. (00:418:00)
analyze sociological theories and perspectives
to issues in law enforcement, adjudication, and           CSNT 114       PC TECH fuNdAMENTALS            6Cr.
corrections. Prerequisites: ENGL 093. (55:00:00)          A basic foundation of how computers work, how to
                                                          use computer applications, and an introduction to
COSM 111       COSMETOLOGy THEOry I              3Cr.     operating systems, memory configuration and batch
First in a series of four theory classes and serves       files. The Command Line Interface as a trouble-
as an introduction to the principles of manicuring,       shooting tool is emphasized. Prerequisites:
pedicuring, hairstyling and shaping, permanents,          MATH 080 or equivalent placement score.
waving, relaxing and coloring. Proper writing             (22:88:00)
concepts and mathematic calculations appropriate
to cosmetology are introduced. Basic salon                CSNT 121       PC HArdWArE                     6Cr.
management skills are introduced. (33:00:00)              A top-to-bottom study of all PC components installed
                                                          within or connected to the computer. Students
COSM 112       COSMETOLOGy PrACTICE I 19Cr.               will become knowledgeable with all component
Practice principles learned in Cosmetology Theory I.      technologies and proficient at installing components
Co-requisites: COSM 111. (0:418:00)                       and troubleshooting hardware problems.
                                                          Prerequisites: Math 80 or equivalent placement test
COSM 121       COSMETOLOGy THEOry II             3Cr.     score or instructor approval. (22:88:00)
Second in a series of four theory courses and serves
as a continuation in the study of cosmetology.            CSNT 122       PErIPHErALS LAb                 3Cr.
Greater emphasis is placed upon haircutting,              A hands-on laboratory study of basic I/O devices and
hairstyling and permanent wave. Prerequisites:            adapters for desktop and server computers. Training
COSM 111, COSM 112. (33:00:00)                            will emphasize installation, troubleshooting, repair
                                                          and preventive maintenance, in an actual customer
COSM 122       COSMETOLOGy                                service support shop. Prerequisites: CSNT 118 or
               PrACTICE II                     19Cr.      instructor permission. Co-requisites: CSNT 121.
Practice principles and applications learned in           (11:44:00)
Cosmetology Theory II. Co-requisites: COSM 121.
(00:418:00)                                               CSNT 127       INTErNET fuNdAMENTALS 3Cr.
                                                          An introduction to the applications used for
                                                          the Internet; Browsers, E-mail, Web Pages, and
                                                          file transfers. Introduction to Linux and web
                                                          management issues. Prerequisites: CSNT 114 or
                                                          instructor permission (11144:00)
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                  CSNT 128       OPErATING SySTEMS                6Cr.      CSNT 157       TCP/IP fuNdAMENTALS             3Cr.
                  A technical overview of the graphical user                An introduction to the Internet Protocol Suite
                  environment of current operating systems, including                                              , ,
                                                                            (TCP/IP). Protocols covered include IP TCP UDP    ,
                  system installations, user and network configuration           , ,        ,      ,
                                                                            ICMP ARP RARP DHCP DNS, RIP and OSPF. Utilities
                  issues. Prerequisites: CSNT 114 or instructor             covered include Telnet, PING, and TRACERT.
                  approval. (22:88:00)                                      Additional topics include ports, sockets, firewalls,
                                                                            IP addressing classes, subnetting, and IP network
                  CSNT 129       OPErATING SySTEMS II             3Cr.      design. Prerequisites: Basic Knowledge of DOS and
                  Technical lab course to accompany CSNT 128.               Windows Operating Systems and Instructor Approval.
                  An introduction to using Technical Diagnostic             (11:44:00)
                  Utilities and a technician approach to Software
                  Applications available for today’s personal computer.     CSNT 160       ETHErNET CAbLING                1Cr.
                  Training consists of hands-on laboratory exercises        An introduction to methods and wiring techniques
                  including software installations, troubleshooting,        used in Category 5 Ethernet cabling and networks.
                  and configuration in a network setting. This course       Students will be introduced to network topologies,
                  also prepares students to be hands-on competent in        TIA/EIA standards, and terminology used in Category
                  all area objectives for the CompTIA A+ exam as a          5 wiring. (11:00:00)
                  basic step toward MCSE and other IT certifications.
                  Prerequisites: CSNT 114 or instructor permission.         CSNT 170       A+ CErTIfICATION TEST
                  Co-requisites: CSNT 128. (00:66:00)                                      PrEPArATION                     5Cr.
                                                                            Designed to review and prepare the student for
                  CSNT 130       AdvANCEd OPErATING                         the CompTIA industry A+ certification exam.
                                 SySTEMS                          6Cr.      Includes instruction and details for both the core
                  Continuation of CSNT 128, students will install,          hardware exam and the DOS/Windows exam.
                  configure, and become knowledgeable with various          Covers hardware installation, configuration,
                  versions of the latest operating systems. Students        terminology, troubleshooting, operating systems,
                  learn the OS from the client perspective to become        basic networking, and customer relations. A strong
                  competent with the system in a networked                  working knowledge of these areas is recommended
                  environment. Prerequisites: CSNT 127 or instructor        prior to taking this course. (44:22:00)
                  permission. (22:88:00)
                                                                            CSNT 171       NETWOrK+ CErTIfICATION
                  CSNT 131       dATA COMMuNICATIONS              4Cr.                     TEST PrEPArATION       3Cr.
                  A course in telecommunications vocabulary and an          CSNT 171 prepares students familiar with computer
                  understanding of a successful data communications         network technology for the CompTIA Network+
                  system. Topics emphasized include modulation              certification exam. The outcomes match directly to
                  techniques, analog and digital communication,             all objectives in the four domains of Network Security
                  multiplexing, modems, transmission media, cellular        as outlined by CompTIA. Prerequisites: CSNT 220,
                  and satellite technology, digital services, and a basic   CFOR 215, or instructor permission. (22:22:00)
                  introduction to networking. Prerequisites: CSNT 118,
                  or instructor permission. (33:22:00)                      CSNT 175       INTrOduCTION TO
                                                                                           LINux/uNIx OPErATING
                                                                                           SySTEMS                         4Cr.
                  CSNT 133       SySTEM TECHNOLOGy                5Cr.      Introduction of the fundamentals of the Unix
                  This course updates the CompTIA A+ certification          operating system for the PC user. Unix is the
                  objectives on Core Hardware and Operating Systems         operating system of the Internet and is gaining
                  Technology, examines integration and compatibility        attention from PC users because if it’s rapid growth.
                  issues, and explores newer technology.                    The popular Linux version will be used in hands-on
                  Prerequisites: CSNT 121, ENGL 093 or equivalent           exercises. Familiarity with DOS highly recommended.
                  placement score or instructor permission. (44:22:00)      (22:44:00)
                  CSNT 140       INTrOduCTION TO                            CSNT 176       uNIx SySTEM
                                 rESIdENTIAL                                               AdMINISTrATION                  4Cr.
                                 NETWOrKING                       5Cr.
                                                                            Functions and responsibilities of Unix system
                  Introduces students to residential networking.
                                                                            administrators; process control, periodic processes,
                  Includes networking computers, televisions, and
                                                                            user services, network, security. Prerequisites:
                  camera systems and hooking up to the Internet.
                                                                            CSNT 175 or instructor permission. (22:44:00)
                  Cabling (coax & Cat 5e) along with the new structured
                  media centers will also be covered. (44:22:00)




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CSNT 185        CISCO MOduLE I                   5Cr.       CSNT 227       NOvELL NETWOrKING II              3Cr.
An introduction to basic networking concepts                A continuation of CSNT 221. Topics include network
                                           .
including numbering systems and TCP/IP Students             administration functions, creation of login scripts,
cover routing principles along with IP Addressing,          printer setup and management, along with server
and subnet masking. Standards for LAN topologies,           installations and console management. Also covered
Ethernet, OSI Model, and the proper use of UTP              will be Novell’s Z.E.N. (Zero Effort Networking).
cabling are also addressed. This is the first of four       Prerequisites: CSNT 226. (11:44:00)
modules that will help you prepare for CCNA industry
certification. A working knowledge of computers and         CSNT 228       MICrOSOfT
basic networking is recommended.                                           NETWOrKING I                      3Cr.
Prerequisites: CSNT 230. (44:22:00)                         An introduction to the Microsoft Family of Network
                                                            Operating systems. Topics to include installation,
CSNT 189        CISCO MOduLE II                  4Cr.       server administration, domain structures, User
Students cover router configuration principles along        and Account management, directory and file
with an understanding of host applications and              security, and the Registry. Prerequisites: CSNT 227.
networking protocols. This is the second of four            (11:44:00)
modules that will help you prepare for CCNA industry
certification. Prerequisites: CSNT 185. (22:44:00)          CSNT 229       MICrOSOfT
                                                                           NETWOrKING II                     3Cr.
                                                            A continuation of CSNT 223. Topics to include login
CSNT 191        CuSTOMEr SErvICE                 2Cr.
                                                            scripts, server administration, domain structures,
An introduction to various aspects of customer
                                                            trust relationships and NT directory and file security.
relations including interpersonal skills, Preventative
                                                            Windows 2000 will also be introduced.
Maintenance procedures, and Dispatch Operations.
                                                            Prerequisites: CSNT 228. (11:44:00)
In addition, students will gain experience in actual
on-site and in-house repairs and maintenance of
                                                            CSNT 235       NETWOrK
various types of computer equipment. Prerequisites:                        fuNdAMENTALS                    15Cr.
PSYC 100 or instructor permission. (11:22:00)               This course is a strong foundation for how networks
                                                            work including design, setup, cabling installations
CSNT 194        CISCO 3–SWITCHES                            and troubleshooting. Students will also cover the
                & vLANS                          4Cr.
                                                            material needed to acquire the CompTIA Network+
This Cisco Module covers, in detail, Switches, VLANS,
                                                            Industry certification. Prerequisites: CSNT 215 or
VLSM, and advanced routing protocols. Prerequisites:
                                                            CompTIA A+ Certification or instructor approval
Students must successfully complete CSNT 189
                                                            (55:220:00)
(CISCO Module 2) requirements. (22:44:0).
                                                            CSNT 240       MICrOSOfT
CSNT 196        CISCO 4- WAN                                               NETWOrKING III                    3Cr.
                TECHNOLOGy                       4Cr.
                                                            A continuation of CSNT 229. Topics to include
Students will gain a strong understanding of WAN
                                                            2000 Server installation, server administration,
technologies in use in today’s market and do their
                                                            domain structures, User and Account management,
final preparation for the CCNA certification exam.
                                                            directory and file security, and the Registry.
Continuation of CEGT 232. Prerequisites: Students
                                                            Prerequisites: CSNT 229. (11:44:00)
must successfully complete CSNT 194 (CISCO
Module 3) requirements. (33:22:00).
                                                            CSNT 245       NETWOrK
                                                                           AdMINISTrATION                  15Cr.
CSNT 226        NOvELL NETWOrKING 1              3Cr.       A basic foundation of how computers work, how
An introduction to the Novell Operating System              to use computer applications, and an introduction
Topics include network administration functions             to operating systems, memory configuration and
such as user login security, access rights to file server   batch files. The Command Line Interface as a
directories and files, use of security management           troubleshooting tool is emphasized. Prerequisites:
and supervisor utilities. DOS, Windows, and NT based        MATH 080 or equivalent placement score.
networking clients will be covered. Emphasis will be        (22:88:00)
placed on study for the Novell CNA certification exam.
Prerequisites: CSNT 220. (11:44:00)                         CSNT 250       MICrOSOfT
                                                                           NETWOrKING Iv                     3Cr.
                                                            A continuation of CSNT 240. Topics to include 2000
                                                            domain structures, trust relationships, Domain
                                                            Name Services, directory replication, and Active
                                                            Directory Services. The use of 2000 as a web server
                                                            will also be discussed. Prerequisites: CSNT 240.
                                                            (11:44:00)
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                  CSNT 252       MICrOSOfT                                   CuLA 127        INTrOduCTION
                                 NETWOrKING v                     3Cr.                       TO bAKEry                        15Cr.
                  Students will learn about Managing, Securing, and          The student will learn baking basics and theories
                  Troubleshooting Windows 2000 File, Print and Web           including preparation of dough such as tarts, pies,
                  Resources. Additional topics include Configuring and       cookies, rolled-in dough, basic yeast-leavened dough
                  Troubleshooting the network Infrastructure along           and basic finishing techniques. Equivalent to
                  with Servers and Client computers. The material            BAKE 101. Prerequisites: HOSP 101, HOSP 106,
                  covered will assist in preparation for the Microsoft 70-   HOSP 110 and MATH 070 or equivalent placement
                  218 (Managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network             test score. (77:176:00)
                  Environment) Exam. Prerequisites
                  CSNT 250. (11:44:00).                                      CuLA 128        SANITATION                        3Cr.
                                                                             Principles of bacteriology, food borne illness,
                  CSNT 254       MICrOSOfT                                   sanitation, safety, personal hygiene, housekeeping
                                 NETWOrKING vI                    3Cr.       and health regulations and inspections. The
                  A continuation of CSNT 252. Students will learn about      use, cleaning and maintenance of equipment
                  Managing, Securing, and Troubleshooting Windows            is also stressed. Recognition for certification or
                  2000 Servers and Client Computers. Additional topics       re-certification by the American Culinary Federation
                  include Configuring Active Directory, Group Policies,      is given upon successful completion of the Federation
                  and Remote Access Services. The material covered           approved examination. (33:00:00)
                  will assist in preparation for the Microsoft 70-218
                  (Managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network                 CuLA 135        frONT LINE COOKING               15Cr.
                  Environment) Exam. Prerequisites CSNT 252.                 Emphasis on responsibilities and functions of the
                  (11:44:00).                                                front line. Proficiency gained in designing, costing,
                                                                             preparation and plate presentation of menu items,
                  CSNT 292       APPLIEd CuSTOMEr                            application of cooking technique. Prerequisites:
                                 SErvICE                          7Cr.
                  This course will give students the opportunity to          CULA 127, CULA 116. (77:176:00)
                  demonstrate, on a daily basis, the knowledge and
                                                                             CuLA 137        NuTrITION IN THE
                  skills they have received by placing them in actual                        fOOd SErvICE KITCHEN              3Cr.
                  customer and in house service situations. This course      Covers basic nutritional concepts in relation to current
                  will give the students the extra confidence to enter the   health concerns and the eating habits of patrons and
                  computer service and networking technology career          clients. Nutritional requirements of various age and
                  fields. Cooperative work experience in the industry        social groups are evaluated and analyzed in relation
                  may be available during this time. Prerequisites:          to the various types of food service establishments.
                  CSNT 225 or instructor permission. (00:00:231)             Emphasis is given to the use of low-calorie and healthy
                                                                             food substitutions in altering the nutritional content
                  CSNT 294       rESuMES & INTErvIEWS             2Cr.       relating to special diets. (33:00:00)
                  A basic foundation for developing and writing
                  resumes and cover letters along with Job Interview         CuLA 140        INTrOduCTION TO WINE              3Cr.
                  techniques. Prerequisites: CSNT 297. (11:22:00)            Processes of wine making, aging, and blending. Wine
                                                                             terminology, and descriptors, use of the Noble wine
                  CSNT 297       APPLIEd CuSTOMEr                            wheel, development of wine aroma identification, and
                                 SErvICE                          3Cr.
                  Applied Customer will give students the opportunity        tastes. Age requirement of 21 years. Prerequisites:
                  to demonstrate, on a daily basis, the knowledge and        HOSP 101, HOSP 110. (33:00:00)
                  skills they have received by placing them in actual
                                                                             CuLA 143        WINE & fOOd PAIrING               3Cr.
                  customer service situations. Co-requisites:
                  CSNT 294. (11:44:00)                                       Wine and food pairing, wine marketing and sales.
                                                                             Building a restaurant wine list, pricing, and profit-
                  CuLA 116       bASIC PrEPArATIONS              15Cr.
                                                                             making strategies. Wine tasting, elements of character
                  Students will demonstrate proficiency in: basic            and key components of wine. Age requirement of
                  kitchen preparations and procedures, stocks, sauces        21 years. Prerequisites: CULA 140 and instructor
                  and soups, meat and fish breakdown, including:             permission. (33:00:00)
                  structure, composition, inspection, grading,
                                                                             CuLA 145        ANTHrOPOLOGy Of WINE              3Cr.
                  purchasing, and storage. Prerequisites: HOSP 101,
                  HOSP 106, HOSP 110, MATH 070 or equivalent                 History of wines and growing regions of the world.
                  placement test scores. (77:176:00)                         Introduction to Enology and Viticulture with an
                                                                             overview and emphasis on Washington and California
                                                                             wines. Blind wine tasting will be involved. Age
                                                                             requirement of 21 years. Prerequisites:
                                                                             CULA 143. (33:00:00)
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CuLA 196       APPLIEd CuLINAry                          CWEx 197       COOPErATIvE WOrK
               TECHNIQuES                      3Cr.                     ExPErIENCE I                   1-5Cr.
This course provides training under the supervision      Cooperative work experience offers students the
of a qualified chef supervisory. Students will learn     opportunity to further their skills by working at an
food preparation and presentation techniques, and        approved job site. Training plan will be developed
to apply the knowledge and skills acquired on the job    to enable the student to acquire on-the- job skills
and in related courses. The assignments will provide     while earning an income. Prerequisites: Instructor
experience and training in all aspects of food service   permission.
operation. Prerequisites: HOSP 101, CULA 116, or
instructor permission. (11:00:66)                        CWEx 290       COOPErATIvE WOrK
                                                                        ExPErIENCE SEMINAr II            1Cr.
CuLA 218       SuPErvISION                    15Cr.      Seminar topics may include legal issues of the
Students will be involved in advanced cooking            workplace, interviewing techniques, and conflict
techniques and supervising junior classmates             resolution. Students have the opportunity to openly
including: station expeditors, charcuterie, Maitre       discuss issues they face at their workplace in a
d? Hotel, Sous Chef, Back Kitchen Supervisor and         learning environment. Co-requisites: CWEX 297.
buffets. Prerequisites: CULA 135. (77:176:00)            (11:00:00)

CuLA 235       MANAGEMENT                     15Cr.      CWEx 297       COOPErATIvE
                                                                        WOrK ExPErIENCE II             1-5Cr.
Students will be learning: Food and labor control,
                                                         Cooperative work experience offers students the
design and marketing, managerial functions of the
                                                         opportunity to further their skills by working at an
Point-of-Sale system, requirements of the health
                                                         approved job site. Training plan will be developed
                     .
departments, HACCP Prerequisites: CULA 218.
                                                         to enable the student to acquire on-the-job skills
(77:176:00)
                                                         while earning an income. Prerequisites: Instructor
CuLA 241       WINES Of THE WOrLd 1            1Cr.
                                                         permission.
A survey of wine and winemaking techniques across
                                                         dENT 111       INTrOduCTION TO
the globe. History of wine by region, as well as                        dENTAL ASSISTING                 2Cr.
cultural significance. (11:00:00)                        Students learn terminology, Washington State Dental
                                                         Practice Act policies, ethics and jurisprudence,
CuLA 242       WINES Of THE WOrLd II           2Cr.      dental specialties and an introduction to the clinical
A survey of wine and winemaking techniques across        aspects of being a dental auxiliary. Professional
the globe. History of wine by region, as well as         organizational structures will be included.
cultural significance. How to taste and evaluate wine,   Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assisting
with an eye on pairing with food. A small sampling of    Program or instructor permission. (22:00:00)
wines from each region on a weekly basis.
Prerequisites: **Must be 21 to register.**               dENT 112       INTrOduCTION TO
(22:00:00)                                                              CHAIrSIdE PrOCEdurES             6Cr.
                                                         Students will learn all the necessary needs of home
CuLA 244       TASTING EurOPEAN WINE           1Cr.      care, patient instructions, and counseling. Covers
Enhance your enjoyment of wine with a sampling           assessing oral hygiene, stains, dental deposits,
from France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Germany.         procedural prophylaxis, fluoride, and pit and fissure
Each week we’ll taste and talk about the wines of a      sealant application. Prerequisites: Admission to the
give region. Low-key but informative, and                Dental Assistant Program. (33:110:00)
definitely fun. Prerequisites: ** Must be 21 to
register** (11:11:00)                                    dENT 113       dENTAL PrACTICE THEOry 4Cr.
                                                         Basic concepts and principles of dental practice are
CWEx 190       COOPErATIvE WOrK                          presented in this lecture course. The emphasis is on
               ExPErIENCE SEMINAr I            1Cr.      preparation and assessment procedures. (22:00:00)
Seminar topics may include legal issues of the
workplace, interviewing techniques, and conflict         dENT 114       ETHICS, LAW, ANd
resolution. Students have the opportunity to openly                     OffICE MANAGEMENT                2Cr.
discuss issues they face at their workplace in a         Students are introduced to professional ethics
learning environment. Co-requisites: CWEX 197.           and legalities and the responsibilities of the dental
(11:00:00)                                               assistant to the community, dental profession,
                                                         dental team and patient. Management of front office
                                                         procedures is presented. Prerequisites: Admission
                                                         to the Dental Assistant program or instructor
                                                         permission. (22:00:00)

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                  dENT 115        OrAL SCIENCE                      3Cr.      dENT 133        rESTOrATIvE dENTISTry
                                                                                              dENTAL ASSISTING                  3Cr.
                  Students are introduced to basic dental sciences
                  including oral anatomy, tooth morphology & oral             Students will continue chairside procedures with the
                  microbiology. Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental        emphasis on theory and skills related to the expanded
                  Assistant program. (33:00:00)                               functions such as impression taking and amalgam
                                                                              polishing. Students will gain a fuller understanding
                  dENT 117        dENTAL MATErIALS I                3Cr.      of fixed and removable prosthodontics and the role
                  This theory and laboratory course introduces the            that they play in assisting the dentist in the fabrication
                  student to selected dental materials and to basic           of dental prostheses. The laboratory portion of this
                  restorative dentistry procedures and techniques, and        course will introduce related exercises as well as other
                  is designed to give students a working knowledge of         advanced assisting skills necessary for employment in
                  skills required for restorative dentistry.                  Washington State. Prerequisites: DENT 113, DENT 115,
                  Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Assistant            DENT 117, DENT 127 and or instructor permission.
                  program. (22:22:00)                                         (22:22:00)

                  dENT 121        dENTAL ASSISTING                            dENT 136        rAdIOGrAPHy                       2Cr.
                                  PrACTICuM I 6Cr.                            This course builds on the science foundation
                  Course covers assessing oral hygiene, stains, dental        established in DENT 126. Students begin to take
                  deposits; procedural prophylaxis, fluoride, and pit         radiographs on clinical patients and study advanced
                  and fissure sealant application; and instrumentation        techniques of radiography such as extra-oral
                  of auxiliary expanded duties. Clinical implementation       techniques. Prerequisites: DENT 113, DENT 115,
                  and practical application of procedures permitted           DENT 124 and DENT 126 or instructor permission.
                  by the Washington State Dental Practice Act in the          (11:22:00)
                  campus dental clinic under the supervision of
                  dentists and dental faculty.                                dENT 137        dENTAL SPECIALTIES                4Cr.
                  Prerequisites: DENT 112, DENT 113, DENT 114,                This course emphasizes the special needs of patients.
                  DENT 117 or instructor permission. (00:132:00)              Dental specialty practices and armamentarium
                                                                              are discussed. This course will also introduce the
                  dENT 124        STudy Of THE                                student to common pathology of the oral cavity
                                  HuMAN bOdy                        4Cr.      which they may encounter. Prerequisites: DENT 111,
                  Students continue their study of the basic sciences         DENT 112, DENT 113, DENT 115, DENT 124 and
                  including human anatomy/physiology, head and                DENT 126 or instructor permission. (33:22:00)
                  neck anatomy, and histology/embryology. Histology/
                  Embryology forms the basis for the future study of          dENT 211        dENTAL ASSISTING
                  general, oral and periodontal pathologies.                                  PrACTICuM III                     4Cr.
                  Prerequisites: DENT 112, DENT 113, DENT 114,                Clinical implementation and practical application of
                  DENT 117 or instructor permission. (44:00:00)               procedures permitted by the Washington State Dental
                                                                              Practice Act, in the campus dental clinic under the
                  dENT 126        rAdIOLOGy                         3Cr.      supervision of dentists and dental faculty.
                  This course introduces radiology as a diagnostic            Prerequisites: DENT 112, DENT 113, DENT 114,
                  aid, and includes the concepts and principles of            DENT 117, DENT 127, DENT 131, DENT 133,
                  xradiation, x-ray generation and radiation protection.      DENT 136, DENT 137, DENT 126 or instructor
                  Prerequisites: DENT 112, DENT 113, DENT 114,                permission. (00:88:00)
                  DENT 117. (22:22:00)
                                                                              dENT 214        PHArMACOLOGy/
                  dENT 127        dENTAL MATErIALS II               3Cr.                      NuTrITION                         2Cr.
                  This theory and laboratory course continues from            This course presents general concepts of dental
                  DENT 117. Students are introduced to principles of          pharmacology. General nutrition is also discussed.
                  restorative dentistry. Additional dental assisting skills   The six essential nutrients are reviewed.
                  are introduced. Prerequisites: DENT 113, DENT 115,          Prerequisites: DENT 112, DENT 113, DENT 114,
                  DENT 117 or instructor permission. (22:22:00)               DENT 117, DENT 127, DENT 131, DENT 133,
                                                                              DENT 136, DENT 137 and DENT 126 or instructor
                  dENT 131        dENTAL ASSISTING                            permission. (22:00:00)
                                  PrACTICuM II                      7Cr.
                  Clinical implementation and practical application of
                  procedures permitted by the Washington State Dental
                  Practice Act, in the campus dental clinic under the
                  supervision of dentists and dental faculty.
                  Prerequisites: DENT 112, DENT 113, DENT 114,
                  DENT 117, DENT 121, DENT 127 and DENT 126 or
                  instructor permission. (00:154:00)
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dENT 215       WOrKPLACE PrEPArATION 3Cr.                  dHET 122       WELdING APPLICATIONS            4Cr.
This course will cover career and educational              A continuation study of welding procedures with a
opportunities and the employment process.                  focus on developing skills needed for fabrication and
Computerized dental office management will                 repair of heavy equipment and trucks. Prerequisites:
be discussed. In addition, students will gain an           TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125.
understanding of issues related to leadership, self        (11:66:00)
esteem, and goal setting. Prerequisites: DENT 112,
DENT 113, DENT 114, DENT 117, DENT 127 and or              dHET 123       HEAvy duTy ELECTrICAL           4Cr.
instructor permission. (33:00:00)                          The study of electrical systems and sub-systems
                                                           used in heavy duty applications with a focus on
dENT 294       dENTAL ASSISTING                            design purpose, removal, repair, inspection, and
               INTErNSHIP                        6Cr.      installation. Hands-on troubleshooting and test
Student participates and actively demonstrates             equipment usage. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,
competencies acquired in dental assisting program.         TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:44:00)
These skills are performed under the direct
supervision of dentists in private practice and clinics.   dHET 124       ELECTrONIC APPLICATIONS 3Cr.
Prerequisites: Instructor permission. (11:00:165)          The study of electronic systems and sub-systems
                                                           used in heavy duty applications with a focus on
dfOM 111       dENTAL frONT OffICE I             6Cr.      design, purpose, removal, repair, inspection, and
Introduces ethics and jurisprudence in the dental          installation. Hands-on troubleshooting and test
office, tooth morphology, dental procedures, chart         equipment usage. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,
interpretations, dental forms, filing systems,             TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125, and DHET 123, or
telephone techniques, appointment book control,            instructor permission. (11:44:00)
and patient continuing care systems. Prerequisites:
ABED 040, ENGL 100 or equivalent placement test            dHET 125       bASIC MAINTENANCE               2Cr.
scores. (44:44:00)                                         The study of maintenance requirements and
                                                           recommended procedures related to heavy
dfOM 116       dENTAL OffICE OvErvIEW 4Cr.                 equipment and trucks. Hands-on guided practice
This course will introduce the student to Dental           on customer equipment and program training aids.
Front Office Administration, including patient charts,     Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
filing systems, appointment book control and patient       TRAN 125. (11:22:00)
continuing care systems. Prerequisites: DENT 111,
DENT 114. (33:22:00)                                       dHET 131       ENGINE PrINCIPLES/
                                                                          COMPONENTS                      3Cr.
dfOM 121       dENTAL frONT OffICE II            6Cr.      The study of internal combustion engine
Continuation of Dental Front Office I. Introduces          operating principles for both two cycle and four
all types of dental insurance, claim processing            cycle application. Includes major component
and tracking, daily reports, weekly reports,               identification and function as well as OEM
monthly reports and statements, and business               terminology. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,
correspondence. Prerequisites: DFOM 111.                   TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (11:44:00)
(44:44:00)
                                                           dHET 132       GASOLINE / LIQuId
dfOM 194       dENTAL OffICE INTErNSHIP 3Cr.                              PrOPANE GAS SySTEMS             3Cr.
Student participates and actively demonstrates             The study of gasoline and liquid propane fueled
competencies acquired in the program. These skills         engines. Combustion processes, engine subsystems
are performed under the direct supervision of              maintenance, repair, adjustments. Includes
dentists in private practice and clinics. Prerequisites:   application and installation requirements.
Instructor permission. (00:66:00)                          Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
                                                           TRAN 125, and completion of or enrollment in
dHET 121       bEArINGS, SHAfT SEALS             2Cr.      DHET 131. (11:44:00)
The study of bearings and seals used in heavy duty
applications with a focus on design purpose, removal,      dHET 133       dIESEL SySTEMS                  3Cr.
repair, inspection and installation techniques.            The study of diesel fueled engines. Combustion
Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,               processes, engine subsystems maintenance, repair,
TRAN 125. (11:22:00)                                       adjustments. Includes application and installation
                                                           requirements. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,
                                                           TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125, and completion of or
                                                           enrollment in DHET 131 and DHET 132. (11:44:00)


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                  dHET 134       fuEL INJECTION                   3Cr.   dHET 223       TrACTION ANd
                  The study of fuel injection systems. Includes                         COMPONENTS                       4Cr.
                  operating principles, component identification,        The study of traction and related components
                  maintenance, repair, installation, and application.    and undercarriage systems used in heavy duty
                  Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,           applications. Includes instruction in maintenance,
                  TRAN 125, and completion of or enrollment in           adjustment, removal and installation. Prerequisites:
                  DHET 131, DHET 132, and DHET 133. (11:44:00)           TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (11:66:00)

                  dHET 135       dIAGNOSTICS/                            dHET 231       STEErING SuSPENSION
                                 AdJuSTMENTS/EMISSIONS 3Cr.                             frAMES                           5Cr.
                  The study of electronically controlled engine          The study of heavy duty steering, suspension, and
                  subsystems. Includes operating principles,             frame systems. A focus on terminology, application,
                  component identification maintenance, trouble-         inspection, repair and adjustment procedures.
                  shooting, computer diagnostics, repair, installation   Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
                  techniques, Emissions and controls. Prerequisites:     TRAN 125. (22:66:00)
                  TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125, and
                                                                         dHET 232       PNEuMATICS                       4Cr.
                  completion of or enrollment in DHET 131,
                  DHET 132, DHET 133, and DHET 134. (11:44:00)           A study of pneumatic system components such as
                                                                         wiper motors, brake valves, air springs and locking
                  dHET 211       fuNdAMENTALS Of                         mechanisms. Includes instruction in application,
                                 HydrAuLIC fLuId POWEr            5Cr.   maintenance, repair, installation and schematic
                  An introduction to fluid power basic laws and fluid    interpretation. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,
                  characteristics. System components, identification     TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:44:00)
                  and application. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,
                  TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:66:00)                         dHET 233       fOuNdATION brAKES                5Cr.
                                                                         The study of foundation brake systems and
                  dHET 212       INTEr HydrAuLIC                         components including purpose, nomenclature,
                                 fLuId POWEr                      4Cr.   repair, maintenance, adjustment, and drivability
                  A study of individual components. Disassembly and      complaint diagnosis. Prerequisites: TRAN 110,
                  reassemble techniques, subsystem specifications        TRAN 112, TRAN 113, TRAN 125, and completion of
                  and testing. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,        or concurrent enrollment in DHET 232. (22:66:00)
                  TRAN 113, TRAN 125, and completion of or
                  concurrent enrollment in DHET 211. (11:66:00)          dHET 251       AdvANCEd fuEL SySTEMS 5Cr.
                                                                         The study of modern fuel systems used in heavy
                  dHET 213       AdvANCEd Hd                             duty applications. Includes repair and installation
                                 fLuId POWEr                      5Cr.
                  A continuation of the study of fluid power with        of pumps and injectors. Prerequisites: DHET
                  focus on troubleshooting, maintenance, and system      131, DHET 132, DHET 133, DHET 134, DHET
                  integration. Includes schematic interpretation.        135.(22:66:00)
                  Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112, TRAN 113,
                                                                         dHET 252       ENGINE PErfOrMANCE
                  TRAN 125, and completion of or concurrent                             ANd TESTING                      5Cr.
                  enrollment in DHET 211 and DHET 212. (22:66:00)        Engine Performance and Testing on modern diesel
                                                                         engines used in heavy duty applications. Includes
                  dHET 221       POWEr TrAINS STANdArd 5Cr.              final assembly and timing, startup and load testing.
                  The study of clutches, manual transmissions,           (22:66:00)
                  drivelines, U- joints and differentials. Includes
                  operation, maintenance, disassembly, re-assembly       dHET 253       AdvANCEd fAILurE
                  and installation. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,                  ANALySIS                         5Cr.
                  TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:66:00)                         Develop skills needed to inspect failed engine
                                                                         components used in heavy duty applications for the
                  dHET 222       POWEr TrAINS/                           root cause. (22:66:00)
                                 POWEr SHIfT                      5Cr.
                  The study of power shift transmissions, torque         dHyG 112       dENTAL PrACTICE
                  converters and machine steering systems. Includes                     HyGIENE I                        7Cr.
                  instruction in maintenance, repair, installation and   Basic concepts and principles of dental hygiene prac-
                  application. Prerequisites: TRAN 110, TRAN 112,        tice are presented. The emphasis is on preparation
                  TRAN 113, TRAN 125. (22:66:00)                         and assessment procedures with an introduction to
                                                                         dental hygiene diagnosis and planning; and selected
                                                                         implementation, evaluation and practice management
                                                                         procedures. Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental
                                                                         Hygiene program. (33:88:00)
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dHyG 113       rESTOrATIvE dENTISTry I 3Cr.               dHyG 124       PrINCIPLES ANd ISSuES II         1Cr.
This course introduces the student to selected dental     This course builds on Principles and Issues I and
materials and to basic restorative dentistry procedures   introduces the student to concepts of research-
and techniques. The course is designed to give            based dental hygiene practice and health promotion.
students a working knowledge of skills required for       Prerequisites: DHYG 112, DHYG 113, DHYG 114,
restorative dentistry. Prerequisites: Admission to the    DHYG 115, DHYG 116, DHYG 118. (11:00:00)
Dental Hygiene program. (22:22:00)
                                                          dHyG 125       COMMuNITy
                                                                         dENTAL HEALTH I                  1Cr.
dHyG 114       PrINCIPLES ANd ISSuES I          2Cr.
This course is designed to introduce the student          In this course students study the health/disease
to the profession of dental hygiene, including            continuum from the viewpoint of the community.
professional ethics, legalities, and responsibilities.    Included are basic concepts about community
Current concepts of dental hygiene practice are           dental health and an introduction to the
examined with the emphasis on the problem-solving         multicultural nature of communities. Prerequisites:
process. Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental           DHYG 112, DHYG 113, DHYG 114, DHYG 115,
Hygiene program. (22:00:00)                               DHYG 116, DHYG 118. (11:00:00)

                                                          dHyG 127       HISTOLOGy ANd
dHyG 115       dENTAL ANATOMy                   3Cr.                     EMbryOLOGy                       2Cr.
In this course students are introduced to basic dental    In this course students broaden their focus of the
sciences including Head and Neck Anatomy, Oral            health- disease continuum through the study of
Anatomy, and Tooth Morphology. The course focuses         Histology/Embryology. The course forms the basis
on the healthy, normal end of the health/disease          for the further study of general, oral and periodontal
continuum and provides a foundation for further           pathologies. Prerequisites: DHYG 112, DHYG 113,
dental science study. Prerequisites: Admission to the     DHYG 114, DHYG 115, DHYG 116, DHYG 118.
Dental Hygiene program. (33:00:00)                        (22:00:00)
dHyG 116       rAdIOLOGy                        3Cr.      dHyG 132       dENTAL HyGIENE
This course introduces radiology as a diagnostic                         PrACTICE III                     7Cr.
aid, and includes the concepts and principles of          This lecture and clinical course continues from
xradiation, x-ray generation and radiation protection.    Dental Hygiene Practice II. Students expand their
Prerequisites: Admission to the Dental Hygiene            focus to include unhealthy and abnormal oral
program. (22:22:00)                                       conditions and the special needs of patients in
                                                          today’s diversified communities. Prerequisites:
dHyG 118       PErIOdONTOLOGy I                 2Cr.      DHYG 122, DHYG 123, DHYG 124, DHYG 125,
This course studies the function of the healthy,          DHYG 127, DHYG 139, DENT 126. (22:110:00)
normal end of the health/disease continuum of the
periodontal structures. Prerequisites: Admission to       dHyG 133       rESTOrATIvE
the Dental Hygiene program. (22:00:00)                                   dENTISTry III                    1Cr.
                                                          This laboratory course builds on the skills intro-
dHyG 122       dH PrACTICE II                   8Cr.      duced in Restorative Dentistry I and II. Students
This lecture and clinical course is a continuation of     develop restorative dentistry skills by practicing
Dental Hygiene Practice I. The concepts of teaching       on mannequins in preparation for patient clinics
and learning, and problem solving are integrated into     during the summer program. Prerequisites:
clinical practice. Prerequisites: DHYG 112,               DHYG 122, DHYG 123, DHYG 124, DHYG 125,
DHYG 113, DHYG 114, DHYG 115, DHYG 116,                   DHYG 127, DHYG 137, DHYG 139. (00:22:00)
DHYG 118. (44:88:00)
                                                          dHyG 134       PrINCIPLES ANd
                                                                         ISSuES III                       2Cr.
dHyG 123       rESTOrATIvE dENTISTry II 3Cr.
                                                          This course focuses on concepts of wellness and
This course is a continuation of Restorative Dentistry    research- based dental hygiene practice. The student
I. Students are introduced to principles of restorative   is introduced to the special needs of patients, dental
dentistry and restorative dentistry armamentarium.        specialties, and to the concept of multi-disciplinary
Additional dental assisting skills are introduced.        health care consultations and referrals.
Prerequisites: DHYG 112, DHYG 113, DHYG 114,              Prerequisites: DHYG 122, DHYG 123, DHYG 124,
DHYG 115, DHYG 116, DHYG 118. (22:22:00)                  DHYG 125, DHYG 127, DHYG 138, DHYG 139.
                                                          (22:00:00)




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                  dHyG 135       COMMuNITy                                 dHyG 145       COMMuNITy dENTAL
                                 dENTAL HEALTH II                2Cr.                     HEALTH III                        2Cr.
                  Course covers the planning phase of community            This course focuses on the implementation phase of
                  health programming. Students are also introduced         the students clinical/health promotion Community
                  to the role of the dental hygienist as an agent for      Internship project. Prerequisites: DHYG 132,
                  change, and continue to study multi-cultural issues      DHYG 133, DHYG 134, DHYG 135, DHYG 138.
                  and attitudes. Prerequisites: DHYG 122, DHYG 123,        (00:44:00)
                  DHYG 124, DHYG 125, DHYG 127, DHYG 137,
                  DHYG 139. (11:22:00)                                     dHyG 212       dENTAL HyGIENE
                                                                                          PrACTICE v                        9Cr.
                  dHyG 137       rAdIOGrAPHIC
                                                                           This lecture and clinical course continues from
                                 INTErPrETATION                  2Cr.      the first year courses. Students expand their focus
                  Students begin to take radiographs on clinical           of practice to include more periodontally involved
                  patients and study the interpretation of radiographs,    patients/clients. Emphasis is given to comprehensive
                  to assist with dental hygiene diagnosis.                 dental hygiene care. Prerequisites: DHYG 142,
                  Prerequisites: DHYG 122, DHYG 123, DHYG 124,             DHYG 143, DHYG 145, DHYG 218. (33:132:00)
                  DHYG 125, DHYG 127, DHYG 139. (11:22:00)
                                                                           dHyG 213       rESTOrATIvE
                                                                                          dENTISTry v                       3Cr.
                  dHyG 138       PHArMACOLOGy
                                 ANd PAIN CONTrOL                4Cr.      In this course students provide restorative dentistry
                  The study of pharmacological agents are presented        care to their clinical patients/clients. In addition,
                  in this course. The use of drugs for treatment, as       students incorporate the administration of local
                  well as pain control is discussed. Elements of local     anesthesia and nitrous oxide. Prerequisites:
                  anesthetic technique and administration                  DHYG 142, DHYG 143, DHYG 145, DHYG 218.
                  are included. Prerequisites: DHGY 122, DHGY 123,         (22:22:00)
                  DHYG 124, DHYG 125, DHYG 127, DHYG 137,
                  DHYG 139. (44:00:00)                                     dHyG 214       PrINCIPLES & ISSuES Iv            2Cr.
                                                                           This course examines concepts introduced in the first
                  dHyG 139       PATHOLOGy I                     2Cr.      year courses. The primary focus is on wellness in the
                  This course builds on the science foundation             aged and geriatric dental health. Communication skills
                  established in DHYG 118 and 127.The focus along          relating to special needs patients, assertion and group
                  the health/disease continuum shifts towards basic        dynamics are studied. Prerequisites: DHYG 142,
                  concepts of disease. General concepts of pathology       DHYG 143, DHYG 145, DHYG 218. (22:00:00)
                  and periodontal pathology are discussed.
                  Prerequisites: DHYG 112, DHYG 113, DHYG 114,             dHyG 215       COMMuNITy dENTAL
                                                                                          HEALTH Iv                         2Cr.
                  DHYG 115, DHYG 116, DHYG 118. (22:00:00)
                                                                           Students are introduced to concepts of
                  dHyG 142       dENTAL HyGIENE
                                                                           epidemiological trends, community health research,
                                 PrACTICE Iv                     5Cr.      and marketing strategies for community dental
                  This clinical course continues from the first year       health education and promotion. Prerequisites:
                  courses. Students participate in weekly seminars         DHYG 142, DHYG 143, DHYG 145, DHYG 218.
                  integrating values, knowledge and skills learned from    (11:22:00)
                  other courses. Prerequisites: DHYG 132, DHYG 133,
                  DHYG 134, DHYG 135, DHYG 138. (11:88:00)                 dHyG 218       PErIOdONTOLOGy II                 2Cr.
                                                                           This course builds on DHYG 118. The focus
                  dHyG 143       rESTOrATIvE                               along the health/disease continuum shifts toward
                                 dENTISTry Iv                    1Cr.      basic concepts of disease at the cellular level. The
                  This laboratory course builds on the skills introduced   study of periodontics is broadened to include
                  in Restorative Dentistry I, II and III. Students         common periodontal pathologies and their
                  develop restorative dentistry skills by practicing on    microbiological basis. Prerequisites: DHYG 132,
                  mannequins in preparation for patient clinics during     DHYG 133, DHYG 134, DHYG 135, DHYG 138.
                  the fall program. Prerequisites: DHYG 132,               (22:00:00)
                  DHYG 133, DHYG 134, DHYG 135, DHYG 138.
                  (00:22:00)                                               dHyG 219       PATHOLOGy II                      2Cr.
                                                                           This course builds on the first year dental science
                                                                           courses and continues to focus on aspects of
                                                                           the health/disease continuum. Oral pathology is
                                                                           introduced and concepts are related to the continued
                                                                           study of periodontal pathologies. Prerequisites:
                                                                           DHYG 142, DHYG 143, DHYG 145 and DHYG 218.
                                                                           (22:00:00)
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dHyG 222       dENTAL HyGIENE                              dHyG 233        rESTOrATIvE
               PrACTICE vI                      10Cr.                      dENTISTry dH vII                  2Cr.
This lecture and clinical course is a continuation of      This course provides the student with clinical
Dental Hygiene Practice V. The student demonstrates        opportunities to demonstrate competence in
competence with various procedures. Prerequisites:         restorative dental hygiene services including the
DHYG 212, DHYG 213, DHYG 214, DHYG 215,                    application of amalgam and composite restorations.
DHYG 219. (44:132:00)                                      Prerequisites: DHYG 222, DHYG 223, DHYG 224,
                                                           DHYG 225, DHYG 229. (00:66:00)
dHyG 223       rESTOrATIvE
               dENTISTry vI                      3Cr.      dHyG 234        PrINCIPLES ANd
This course is a continuation of Restorative Dentistry                     ISSuES vI                         2Cr.
V. Students are given opportunity to provide               This course is a continuation of Principles and
restorative dentistry care to clinical patients/clients,   Issues V and focuses on dental hygiene professional
incorporating the administration of local anesthesia       issues, and trends in dental hygiene health care.
and nitrous oxide. Prerequisites: DHYG 212,                Prerequisites: DHYG 222, DHYG 223, DHYG 224,
DHYG 213, DHYG 214, DHYG 215, DHYG 219.                    DHYG 225, DHYG 229. (22:00:00)
(00:44:00)
                                                           dHyG 235        COMMuNITy dENTAL
dHyG 224       PrINCIPLES & ISSuES v             2Cr.                      HEALTH vI                         2Cr.
Course will cover career and educational                   This course enables the student to use their
opportunities, the employment process, licensure           knowledge about community health partnership
and continuing education requirements in                   programs through student presentations of their two-
Washington and across the U.S., and the role of            year clinical/health promotion community internship
practice standards for quality assurance.                  projects. Prerequisites: DHYG 222, DHYG 223, DHYG
Prerequisites: DHYG 212, DHYG 213, DHYG 214,               224, DHYG 225, DHYG 229. (11:22:00)
DHYG 215, DHYG 219. (22:00:00)
                                                           dHyG 239        PATHOLOGy Iv                      2Cr.
dHyG 225       COMMuNITy                                   This course provides an opportunity for students
               dENTAL HEALTH v                   2Cr.      to synthesize knowledge developed in previous
This course is a continuation of the previous              dental science courses, particularly in periodontics.
community dental health courses. Students study            Students will focus on one aspect of Oral Pathology
global multi-cultural issues and concerns, and             in a research assignment. Prerequisites: DHYG 222,
continue their clinical/health promotion community         DHYG 223, DHYG 224, DHYG 229. (22:00:00)
internship project. Prerequisites: DHYG 212,
DHYG 213, DHYG 214, DHYG 215, DHYG 219.                    dHyG 240        LOCAL ANESTHESIA fOr
                                                                           LICENSEd dENTAL
(11:22:00)                                                                 HyGIENISTS                        2Cr.
                                                           This course is designed to fulfill the requirements
dHyG 229       PATHOLOGy III                     2Cr.
                                                           of Local Anesthesia Instruction set forth by
Disease aspects of the health/disease continuum            the Washington Revised Code 18.29 for Dental
are further explored through the continuing study of       Hygienists. In this course, the student is instructed
Oral Pathology and periodontics. Advanced concepts         in the techniques and usage of local anesthesia
of immunology are presented. Case studies help             administration and nitrous oxide sedation. Additionally,
students prepare for their presentations of clinical       the pharmacology of the drugs administered their
cases in the spring quarter. Prerequisites:                interactions with other medications, emergency
DHYG 212, DHYG 213, DHYG 214, DHYG 215,                    procedures, and the review of anatomy and physiology
DHYG 219. (22:00:00)                                       of the head and neck will be covered. Prerequisites:
                                                           Instructor permission. (11:22:00)
dHyG 232       dENTAL HyGIENE
               PrACTICE vII                     10Cr.
This course continues from Dental Hygiene Practice         dHyG 241        rESTOrATIvE
                                                                           ExPANdEd duTIES                   4Cr.
VI and gives the student the opportunity to utilize        This course is designed to fulfill the requirements
knowledge and skills learned in previous courses.          of instruction in Restorative Dentistry for the Dental
Prerequisites: DHYG 222, DHYG 223, DHYG 224,               Hygienist set forth by the Washington Revised Code
DHYG 225, DHYG 229. (33:176:00)                            18.29. In this course, the students will learn/review
                                                           dental anatomy, occlusion, dental materials for
                                                           restorative dentistry, isolation techniques, and
                                                           sealant application. Additionally, the student will
                                                           be instructed in amalgam placing, carving and
                                                           finishing, and composite placing and finishing.
                                                           Prerequisites: Instructor permission. (22:44:00)
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                  EASL    015    ESL LEvEL I                     6Cr.     EASL 028        ESL ACCENT
                  This course is designed for students who are just                       COrrECTION I                  1-5Cr.
                  beginning to study English as a second language.        This independent-study class is intended for
                  The focus is on teaching basic functional English for   intermediate ESL learners. Students will practice
                  use in the community and on the job. Although the       different vowel sounds through various types of
                  course covers the four skills of listening, speaking,   pronunciation exercises at both word and connected
                  reading and writing, the emphasis is on speaking and    speech levels. Prerequisites: EASL 030 or equivalent
                  listening. Prerequisites: Appropriate placement test    placement test score. (variable)
                  score. (66:00:00)
                                                                          EASL 029        ESL ACCENT
                                                                                          COrrECTION II                 1-5Cr.
                  EASL 016       ESL LEvEL II                    6Cr.
                                                                          This independent-study class is intended for
                  This course continues to develop language skills for    intermediate ESL learners. Students will practice
                  students of English as a second language. The focus     different consonant sounds through various types of
                  remains on teaching basic functional English for use    pronunciation exercises at both word and connected
                  in the community and on the job. While it covers the    speech levels. Prerequisites: EASL 030 or equivalent
                  skills of listening and speaking, the course has an     placement test score. (variable)
                  increasing emphasis on beginning reading
                  and writing. Prerequisites: EASL 015 or equivalent      EASL    030     ESL LEvEL IIIA                   6Cr.
                  placement test score. (66:00:00)                        In this course students will practice and improve
                                                                          communications skills in listening, speaking, reading
                  EASL 017       bEGINNING ENGLISH
                                 LANGuAGE CIvICS                1-5Cr.    and writing in English to prepare them for vocational
                  This content-based class familiarizes students with     training and active community life. Basic computer
                  the basic notions of US government, history, and        orientation and keyboarding skills will also be
                  the concept of civic participation, while providing     covered. Homework is assigned and regular college
                  numerous debate topics. Prerequisites: TOEFL score      attendance policies apply. Prerequisites: EASL 016 or
                  or equivalent placement test score. (55:00:00)          equivalent placement test score. (66-165:00:00)

                  EASL 018       INTErMEdIATE ENGLISH                     EASL 035        ESL WOrLd Of WOrK II           10Cr.
                                 LANGuAGE CIvICS                 3Cr.     This course is intended to provide students with
                  Continues with the concepts of US government,           proficiency in English as a second language and
                  history, and of civic participation, while providing    Adult Basic Education skills necessary to function
                  numerous debate topics. Prerequisites: EASL 017         in the American workplace. The course covers basic
                  or TOEFL score or equivalent placement test score.      English as a second language competencies such
                  (33:00:00)                                              as listening, speaking, reading, and writing, and
                                                                          specific competencies in language and culture for
                  EASL 024       WOrKPLACE                                the workplace. In addition, students develop basic
                                 COMMuNICATIONS I               1-8Cr.    word processing skills. Prerequisites: Instructor
                  This course is designed to improve workplace            permission (contact the Academic Skills Unit).
                  communication for beginning level ESL and ABE           (132:00:00)
                  students. Topics will include beginning phonics
                  and pronunciation, helpful reading techniques for       EASL 040        ESL LEvEL Iv                 1-15Cr.
                  the workplace, interpretation of safety procedures,     This course is for the high intermediate level ESL
                  general work procedures. Prerequisites: Placement       student and emphasizes reading skills, vocabulary
                  test score. (variable)                                  development, listening, speaking, understanding
                                                                          idioms, and developing and understanding of
                  EASL 025       WOrKPLACE
                                 COMMuNICATIONS II              1-8Cr.    American culture. Students in this class are
                  This course is designed to improve workplace            preparing to enter a vocational training program or to
                  communication for intermediate ESL and ABE              enter the work world. Homework is assigned and the
                  students. Topics will include the interpretation        regular college policies in behavior and attendance
                  of work-related vocabulary, safety procedures,          apply. Prerequisites: EASL 030 or equivalent
                  handbooks, charts, performance reviews                  placement test score. (variable)
                  and benefits. Prerequisites: Placement test score.
                                                                          EASL 042        ESL WrITING
                  (11-88:00:00)                                                           fuNdAMENTALS                  1-9Cr.
                                                                          Teaches organization/other aspects of the writing
                                                                          process integrated with grammar, reading, and
                                                                          critical thinking skills. Prerequisites: EASL 030 or
                                                                          equivalent placement score. (variable)


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EASL 050       ESL LEvEL v                  1-15Cr.       EASL 062       WrITING IMPrOvEMENT              1Cr.
In this course, students will practice and improve        This independent-study class is intended for
communication skills in listening, reading, writing,      intermediate ESL learners. Students will work on
and speaking to prepare them for vocational training      their writing at the sentence level and then at the
and active community and family life. Students            paragraph level, while reviewing and practicing
will increase proficiency in using computers to           grammatical structures and relationships.
access relevant information to fulfill roles as           Prerequisites: EASL 030 or equivalent placement
workers, citizens, and family members. In order           test score. (00:22:00)
to advance, students must satisfactorily complete
course objectives, pass the Washington Assessment         EASL 064       ESL WOrKSKILLS                   1Cr.
instruments or meet the prerequisites for the next        This is an independent-study course designed
level. Homework is assigned and regular college           to improve the language skills necessary to
attendance policies apply. Prerequisites: EASL 040 or     function well in an American workplace setting.
equivalent placement test score. (variable)               Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in EASL 030
                                                          or EASL 040 or current employment. (00:22:00)
EASL 053       HEALTHCArE brIdGE I              6Cr.
This course is designed to assist ESL students in their   EASL 065       ESL LEvEL vI                  1-15Cr.
transition into Allied Health Programs, by offering       In this course students will engage in most
language instruction in the context of                    conversations, necessary to function effectively as
Health/ Healthcare. Prerequisites: EASL 040.              family members, workers and citizens. Students
(66:00:00)                                                will use analytical thinking skills to assess and
                                                          evaluate intent, purpose, and bias of oral, written
EASL 055       TECHNICAL INTEGrATEd                       and electronic information. Students will be able to
               ESL WrITTEN                                communicate effectively in writing multi-paragraph
               COMMuNICATION        1-5Cr.
Improve spelling of technical/industry specific           essays and reports for a variety of purposes. In order
vocabulary; use vocabulary in sentences and               to advance, students must satisfactorily complete
descriptive and narrative paragraphs while working        course objectives, pass the Washington Assessment
on sentence structure and basic grammar.                  Instruments or meet the prerequisites for ABE/DEV.
Prerequisites: EASL 040 or equivalent placement test      Ed. Homework is assigned and regular ABE/ESL
score. (55:00:00)                                         department attendance requirements apply.
                                                          Prerequisites: EASL 050 or equivalent placement
EASL 056       TECHNICAL INTEGrATEd                       test score. (variable)
               ESL WrITTEN
               COMMuNICATION        1-5Cr.                EASL 070       ESL COMPuTEr
Improve pronunciation of technical/industry specific                     APPLICATIONS I                 1-3Cr.
vocabulary; use such vocabulary in sentences while        Improve pronunciation, spelling, and meaning of
working on stress and intonation. Practice describing     Windows, Word, Excel, Internet vocabulary and use
a process and reporting problems. Prerequisites:          Microsoft programs to write and edit sentences,
EASL 040 or equivalent placement test score.              paragraphs, and business letters. Prerequisites: EASL
(55:00:00)                                                040 or equivalent placement test score. (variable)

EASL 057       ESL WrITING                                EASL 072       ESL COMPuTEr
               HIGH/INTErMEdIATE                3Cr.                     APPLICATIONS II                1-3Cr.
This online class improves reading and writing skills     Improve pronunciation, spelling, and meaning
through learning and practicing new grammar and           of Access and PowerPoint vocabulary and use
writing topics. Assignments are based on online           computers to write paragraphs, cover letters,
reading texts. Prerequisites: EASL 040 or equivalent      resumes and presentations. Job search techniques
placement test scores. (33:00:00)                         will also be covered. Prerequisites: EASL 040 or
                                                          equivalent placement test score. (variable)
EASL 060        CONNECT WITH ENGLISH            1Cr.
In this independent-study course, students will           ECEM 111       INTrOduCTION TO
                                                                         EArLy CHILdHOOd
practice listening and writing skills, and some basic                    EduCATION                        5Cr.
grammatical structures to complement or prepare           An overview of the early childhood profession
for regular ESL classes. Prerequisites: EASL 030 or       and the principles of environmental planning
equivalent placement test score. (00:22:00)               and child observation techniques. Basic early
                                                          childhood/ school age teaching techniques,
                                                          professional standards and ethics as defined by
                                                          NAEYC are discussed in depth. Current research is
                                                          reviewed and students begin developing a portfolio.
                                                          (22:66:00)
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                  ECEM 112       CHILd dEvELOPMENT                6Cr.      ECEM 132       PArENT INTErACTIONS              5Cr.
                  Study of developmental tasks for children birth to age    Techniques for positive and supportive interactions
                  twelve. In-depth study of major developmental theo-       with parents. Focus on parent support, conferences,
                  ries and their application to child care. Fundamentals    conflict resolution, and written materials for parents.
                  of using developmental information to observe             Study of current research on the role of child cares
                  and record the behavior of young children. Two            as a family resource. (22:66:00)
                  comprehensive exams measure child development
                  knowledge. (33:66:00)                                     ECEM 133       PrOGrAM dESIGN                   5Cr.
                                                                            An in-depth study and application of programs for
                  ECEM 113       GuIdANCE TECHNIQuES              5Cr.      children from birth through age twelve. Students
                  Study of early childhood/school age basic teaching        develop schedule and curriculum for infant, toddler,
                  and guidance techniques that foster a positive self       preschool and school age programs (both summer
                  image. Focus on relationship between development          and school year). (22:66:00)
                  and behavior, affect of inappropriate adult
                  expectations, cultural expectations and classroom         ECEM 134       SAfETy, HEALTH,
                                                                                           ANd NuTrITION                    5Cr.
                  management techniques. Effective communication
                  skills explored and practiced. (22:66:00)                 Study of child safety and health practices for home
                                                                            and center-based programs. Topics included are
                  ECEM 121       dIvErSITy ISSuES                 1Cr.      accident prevention, first aid/emergency procedures,
                  General introduction to incorporating cultural, ethnic,   disease, and child neglect/abuse. Food preparations
                  personal and physical diversity into the program with     and basic menus planning following DSHS
                  parent education component. Focus on methods for          guidelines. (22:66:00)
                  infusion of concepts into all areas of curriculum.
                                                                            ECEM 150       S.T.A.r.S bASIC
                  (11:00:00)                                                               GuIdEbOOK TrAINING               2Cr.
                                                                            A guidebook based course providing basic child care
                  ECEM 122       CrEATIvE ACTIvITIES              5Cr.
                                                                            training for family child care providers and lead
                  Focus is on the development of activities and interest    center staff. Purpose is to provide people who work
                  centers to enhance creativity and self- esteem. Hands     with young children a basic core knowledge. Course
                  on exploration of art, sensory, construction activities   includes the recommended learning outcomes
                  and the development and enhancement of dramatic           required for Washington State training and Registry
                  play and block centers. (22:66:00)                        System (S.T.A.R.S.) initial training. (22:00:00)
                  ECEM 124       LANGuAGE ACTIvITIES              5Cr.
                                                                            ECEM 212       POLICIES ANd
                  Course explores techniques for enhancement of                            PrOCEdurES                       5Cr.
                  language development. Focus on co-active language         Elements of program management, including
                  experiences, verbal/written expression, story             statement of program philosophy, program objectives
                  extensions, selection of literature, music/movement       and all program procedures. Students develop an
                  curriculum and environmental planning. Verbal             operations manual and a personnel policies manual.
                  expression techniques for staff explored. Resource        (22:66:00)
                  development opportunities. (22:66:00)
                                                                            ECEM 213       STAff MANAGEMENT                 6Cr.
                  ECEM 125       SCIENCE ANd                                Study of procedures for staff selection, staff
                                 MATH ACTIvITIES                  5Cr.
                                                                            development and evaluation. Students develop job
                  Study of basic math/science concepts including classi-    descriptions, interview questions, participate in
                  fication, comparison, ordering, measuring, graphing,      mock interviews, develop plan for staff development
                  estimating and problem solving techniques. Students       plan and staff evaluation procedures. (33:66:00)
                  learn principles and methods of introduction of
                  concepts and providing practice using basic materials     ECEM 214       fINANCIAL PLANNING
                  present in every program. (22:66:00)                                     ANd rECOrdS                      5Cr.
                                                                            Study of the budget development process for child
                  ECEM 131       AdvOCACy/                                  care centers. Students work in cooperative groups
                                 LEGAL ISSuES                     1Cr.
                                                                            to complete comprehensive budget plans. Budget
                  Techniques for advocacy for ECE/School Age                back-up sheets, status reports, break even analysis
                  community and professional letter writing. Study          and full costs of care statements are included in the
                  of legal issues including confidentiality, DSHS           curriculum. (22:66:00)
                  regulations, employee rights and anti-discrimination
                  policies. (11:00:00)



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ECON 201       MACrO ECONOMICS                   5Cr.      ELEC 114       ELECTrONIC TESTING
                                                                          PrOCESSES &
This is an introductory course emphasizing how                            TECHNIQuES I                     3Cr.
the markets operate from the big (macro) picture.          A practical study of techniques and methods of basic
The course covers measurement of economic                  electrical testing and parameter measurement.
performance, national income accounting, aggregate         Component identification, technical methodology
supply and demand, fiscal policy, money creation/          and practices that are utilized throughout the
Federal Reserve system, monetary policy, inflation         electronics industry are studied. Testing emphasis
and unemployment. Prerequisites: ENGL 093,                 is on portable hand-held electronic test equipment
MATH 080 or equivalent placement scores.                   including VOMs and DMMs. Prerequisites:
(55:00:00)                                                 MATH 080, ENGL 093 or equivalent placement test
                                                           scores or instructor permission. (22:22:00)
EduC 201       TEACHING &
               fACILITATING
               LEArNING LEvEL I                  3Cr.      ELEC 115       ELECTrONIC
                                                                          MANufACTurING
New instructors will practice implementing a variety                      PrOCESSES &
of instructional strategies and student assessments                       TECHNIQuES I                     5Cr.
to meet course outcomes. Instructors will actively         Introduction to techniques and methods of
practice their teaching skills to begin to implement       fabrication that are utilized throughout the
learner-centered instructional activities and lessons      electronics industry. Basic manual electronic
that they have devised. (33:00:00)                         manufacturing techniques, safety procedures, and
                                                           shop practices and techniques are explored, as well
EduC 202       dEvELOPING &                                as proper hand tool selection, care and utilization.
               rEvIEWING PrOGrAMS                3Cr.
                                                           Prerequisites: MATH 080, ENGL 093 or equivalent
Create, review and/or modify program plans and             placement test scores or instructor permission.
approve core and support program coursework                (11:44:00)
and assessments working with program advisory
committee and accreditation standards. (33:00:00)          ELEC 120       INTrOduCTION TO
                                                                          ELECTrONICS II                   6Cr.
ELEC 110       INTrOduCTION TO                             Continuation of the Introduction to Electronics
               ELECTrONICS I                     6Cr.
                                                           course in which semiconductors circuits both
Electronics impacts all of our lives, this complete        analog and digital electronics are explored. A variety
introduction to basic electricity/electronics principles   of hands-on lab activities with applications enforce
with an emphasis on hands-on application of                the classroom learning. Prerequisites: ELEC 110.
theory provides a solid foundation to anyone in the        (33:66:00)
“high-tech” workforce. A good look into how these
electronics products really work. (33:66:00)               ELEC 126       ELECTrONIC
                                                                          MANufACTurE PrOCESSES
ELEC 111       COMPuTEr LITErACy                                          & TECHNIQuES II       5Cr.
               fOr ELECTrONICS                             Introduction to surface mount techniques
               PrOfESSIONALS                     3Cr.
                                                           and advanced methods of fabrication that are
An introductory course, which develops an                  utilized throughout the electronics industry. Basic
understanding of basic computer operations as they         manual electronic manufacturing techniques, safety
pertain to the electronics technical professional.         procedures and shop practices and techniques are
Hardware and basic software applications are studied       explored, as well as proper hand tool selection, care
as well as industry specific software applications.        and utilization. Prerequisites: ELEC 115. (33:44:00)
Basic computer operations are studied. (11:44:00)
                                                           ELEC 127       ELECTrONIC TESTING
ELEC 113       CArEEr PLANNING                                            PrOCESSES &
               ANd LEAdErSHIP                    5Cr.                     TECHNIQuES II                    5Cr.
Focus on career objectives for the diverse electronics     Study of techniques and methods of basic electrical
industry, leadership/team skills, customer relations,      testing and parameter measurement. Advanced
occupational safety, hazardous material regulations,       component identification, technical methodology
hiring practices and techniques, and workplace             and practices utilized throughout the electronics
ethics unique to the electronics industry. (22:66:00)      industry are studied. Testing emphasis on fixed and
                                                           portable electronic test equipment, oscilloscopes
                                                           and spectrum analyzers. Prerequisites: ELEC 114.
                                                           (44:22:00)




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                   ELEC 128       TECHNICAL                                ELEC 215       SOLIdSTATE I                     4Cr.
                                  dOCuMENTATION fOr                        Review of Thevenin and Norton theorems, basic
                                  TECHNOLOGy                       4Cr.
                   An introductory study of technical documentation        diode operation, and the study of various types of
                   as it relates to electronics technology. Drawing,       diodes and their circuits. Also includes study of basic
                   schematic and blueprint reading, as well as technical   unregulated power supplies and voltage multipliers,
                   specifications are examined. Engineering documents      and basic transistor operation with an emphasis on
                   including change and process specifications are         DC operation. Prerequisites: ELEC 215 or instructor
                   also elaborated upon. Prerequisites: ELEC 115.          permission. (33:22:00)
                   (33:22:00)
                                                                           ELEC 216       SOLIdSTATE II                    4Cr.

                   ELEC 135       dC ELECTrICITy
                                                                           Continuation of SOLID-STATE I. Covers AC analysis of
                                  ANd ELECTrONICS                  5Cr.    bipolar small-signal transistors, including computer
                   Fundamentals of physics as it relates to                modeling of circuits. DC/AC analysis of large-signal
                   electricity and electronics are studied. Basic DC       amplifiers is also included. The course combines
                   theory including basic and intermediate circuit         lecture sessions with intensive hands-on lab
                   identification and analysis are explored.               experiments. Prerequisites: ELEC 215 or instructor
                   Prerequisites: ELEC 128. (22:66:00)                     permission. (33:22:00)

                   ELEC 136       AC ELECTrICITy                           ELEC 217       dATA ACQuISITION
                                  ANd ELECTrONICS                  5Cr.                   & ANALySIS                       5Cr.
                   A comprehensive study of AC energy with an              Course exposes students to data acquisition principles
                   introduction to the electromagnetic spectrum. Basic     involving monitoring and/or controlling signals with
                   reactive components and circuit configurations are      a computer in a scientific, testing, or manufacturing
                   studied and analyzed. Prerequisites: ELEC 135 or        environment. Students gain experience in real-world
                   instructor permission. (22:66:00)                       data acquisition applications. Prerequisites: ELEC 114,
                                                                           ELEC 137. (33:44:00)
                   ELEC 137       INTrOduCTION TO
                                  SEMICONduCTOrS/                          ELEC 221       CET/fCC PrEPArATION              2Cr.
                                  ANALOG                           5Cr.
                                                                           This course is designed to aid the electronics student
                   An introductory study of basic semiconductor            to pass the FCC “General Radiotelephone” license
                   theory as it applies to electronics applications.       exam (FCC Element I and III). Also covered are topics
                   Basic PN junctions through operational amplifier        covered in the CET “Associate” level exam enabling
                   configurations and applications are explored.           students to be certified by ETA, International. Both
                   Prerequisites: ELEC 136 or instructor permission.       the FCC and CET license examinations are offered at
                   (11:88:00)                                              Lake Washington Technical College for additional fees.
                                                                           See instructor for details. Prerequisites: ELEC 225 or
                   ELEC 211       dIGITAL ELECTrONICS I            5Cr.
                                                                           instructor permission. (22:00:00)
                   This course covers an introduction to logic
                   fundamentals, numbering systems, codes, gates,          ELEC 222       vIdEO ELECTrONICS                4Cr.
                   truth tables, DeMorgan’s theorems, basic Boolean        This course is a study of the theory and operation
                   theorems, combination logic circuits. The course        of television receivers and video monitors. Included
                   combines lecture sessions with intensive hands-on       are topics on power supplies, vertical/horizontal
                   lab experiments. (22:66:00)                             scanning circuits, synchronizing circuits, tuners,
                                                                           video IF/detector/AGC circuits video amplifiers,
                   ELEC 212       dIGITAL ELECTrONICS II           6Cr.
                                                                           chroma circuits, sound circuits, and CRT circuits.
                   Continuation of Digital Electronics I. Includes
                                                                           An emphasis is made on teaching system concepts
                   Flip- Flops, counters, registers, half/full adders,
                                                                           and troubleshooting techniques using block
                   display devices and multiplexers. Also included is
                                                                           diagrams and flow charts. Prerequisites: ELEC 225 or
                   a study of interfacing between analog/digital and
                                                                           instructor permission. (33:22:00)
                   selected memory devices. Prerequisites: ELEC 211 or
                   instructor permission. (33:66:00)                       ELEC 223       COMMuNICATION
                                                                                          ELECTrONICS                      5Cr.
                   ELEC 214       TrOubLESHOOTING                          This course is an introduction to electronic
                                  ELECTrONIC CIrCuITS              4Cr.
                                                                           communications covering topics on electrical
                   Covers troubleshooting techniques in a wide variety
                                                                           noise, AM/FM modulation and demodulation
                   of circuits found in electronic systems. DC and
                                                                           techniques, transmission lines. electromagnetic wave
                   AC voltage analysis are used to troubleshoot to
                                                                           propagation, antenna systems, and basic fiber optic
                   component level in power supplies, bipolar/FET
                                                                           techniques. The course combines lecture sessions
                   audio and RF amplifiers, oscillators, and
                                                                           with intensive hands-on lab experiments.
                   op-amp circuits. Prerequisites: ELEC 137 or
                                                                           Prerequisites: ELEC 225. (33:44:00)
                   instructor permission. (33:22:00)
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ELEC 224       ELECTrONIC CIrCuITS I             5Cr.      ELEC 233       IPC-A-610 CErTIfICATION         5Cr.
Course covers DC/AC analysis of basic FET devices with     Attain this coveted industry based Electronics
DC/AC amplifier analysis and a study of the thyristor      certification. This training and certification
family. Computer modeling of FET amplifiers is used        has immediate recognition, legitimacy and
to enhance understanding. Also included is a study         value throughout the electronics industry. This
of frequency effects on amplifier operation, and a         certification will demonstrate your commitment
study of oscillator and regulated power supply circuits.   to customer requirements and greatly assist any
The course combines lecture sessions with intensive        company dedicated to ISO-9000 or other quality
hand-on lab experiments. Prerequisites: ELEC 216 or        assurance initiatives. (22:66:00)
instructor permission. (44:22:00)
                                                           ELEC 234       IPC/WHMA-A-620
ELEC 225       ELECTrONIC CIrCuITS II            5Cr.                     CErTIfICATION                   5Cr.
Course covers basic and advanced topics on differential    This popular electronics certification that includes
amplifiers and op-amp IC circuits. Opamp negative          many aspects of cable and harness fabrication.
feedback is covered. Also included is the study of         This training and certification has immediate
several selected linear and non-linear op-amp circuits,    recognition throughout the electronics industry.
including active filters. Prerequisites:                   Candidates must meet IPC’s requirements to attain
ELEC 224 or instructor permission. (33:44:00)              certification. (22:66:00)

ELEC 226       INTrO TO AuTOMATEd                          ELEC 235       INTrOduCTION TO
               MANufACTurING                                              ELECTrONIC
               OPErATIONS                        6Cr.                     SurvEILLANCE                    6Cr.
Consumer electronics products are cheap and plentiful.     Introductory course in Electronic Surveillance that
What makes these products so affordable is how they are    covers the building of systems including video,
mass- produced. Automated manufacturing is the key         wireless, computer network and audio systems.
to this form of production. Operation of an Automated      Issues discussed including uses, legal considerations
Manufacturing Cell is explored, with plenty of hands-on    and counter-surveillance. Prerequisites:
experience. (33:66:00)                                     ELEC 137 or instructor permission. (33:66:00)

ELEC 227       AuTOMATEd                                   ELEC 236       PrOGrAMMAbLE LOGIC
               MANufACTurING                                              CONTrOLLErS                     5Cr.
               MAINTENANCE I                     6Cr.      Course explores many aspects of PLC’s in an
Industry has shifted many of their processes to            easy-to-understand manner. Review of basic
Automated Manufacturing operations, increasing             digital concepts and progresses to system level
profit and the reliability of the product. Timely repair   applications. Testing procedures and operational
of Automated Manufacturing devices increases profit        aspects of PLC equipment and systems are explored.
margins and is essential to productivity. Familiarize      Prerequisites: ELEC 232 or instructor permission.
yourself with maintenance techniques and practices         (33:44:00)
used to keep these machines operational.
Prerequisites: ELEC 226. (33:66:00)                        ELEC 237       INTrOduCTION TO
                                                                          MICrOPrOCESSOrS &
                                                                          MICrOCONTrOLLErS                5Cr.
ELEC 228       AuTOMATEd
               MANufACTurING                               Introduces the microcontroller and its applications.
               MAINTENANCE II                    6Cr.      Students learn how to program, analyze,
Continuation of Automated Manufacturing                    troubleshoot, interface, and design electronic
Maintenance I course, in which system wide                 systems based on micro-technology, including
problems and solutions are explored. Advanced              industrial, consumer, and microcomputer systems.
troubleshooting philosophies for large scale automated     Prerequisites: ELEC 232. (33:44:00)
manufacturing equipment and systems are analyzed
and implemented in real-time laboratory setting.           ENGL 065       SPELLING IMPrOvEMENT 1-2Cr.
Prerequisites: ELEC 227. (33:66:00)                        In this course students will work with an instructor
                                                           to complete an independent self-study program
ELEC 232       dIGITAL ELECTrONICS LAb 6Cr.                designed to impr ove spelling proficiency. This
Continuation of Digital Electronics II. Participants       course will help students sound out new words by
apply previously studied theory and circuits and           applying basic phonic principles, provide practice
apply the knowledge in the planning, development           in applying four basic spelling rules, and introduce
and prototyping of a digital system. The digital           techniques for memorizing words that are not
system developed will have a direct application to         spelled entirely by sound. Individual instruction
an identified branch of the electronics industry.          and testing will be given on all the major rules and
Prerequisites: ELEC 212 or instructor permission.          concepts in this course. Prerequisites: Instructor
(22:88:00)                                                 permission (contact the Academic Skills Center).
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                  ENGL 067       vOCAbuLAry                                 ENGL 096       THE GrAMMAr Of WrITING 1Cr.
                                 dEvELOPMENT                    1-3Cr.      Covers more advanced grammar and writing skills,
                  In this course students will work with an instructor      including a review of language mechanics, plus
                  to complete an independent self-study program             proper language usage, sentence structure, and
                  designed to increase their vocabulary. This course        an introduction to clear writing and paragraphs.
                  will help students learn new words through the            Prerequisites: ENGL 095 or equivalent placement test
                  application of basic learning principles, context cues,   scores. (00:22:00)
                  association, and inference. Vocabulary Development
                  carefully leads the student from easier to harder         ENGL 097       rEAdING COMPrEHENSION 1Cr.
                  words, exercises and quizzes. Individual instruction      Covers reading skills, including vocabulary building,
                  and testing will be provided throughout the course.       word knowledge, and reading comprehension.
                  Prerequisites: Instructor permission (contact the         Prerequisites: ENGL 095, ENGL 096, or equivalent
                  Academic Skills Center).                                  placement test scores. (00:22:00)
                  ENGL 092       rEAdING IMPrOvEMENT              5Cr.      ENGL 100       INTrOduCTION
                  Learn reading strategies and techniques which will                       TO WrITING                        5Cr.
                  improve their understanding of materials read for         Grammar and paragraph review, and instruction
                  work, class, or pleasure. Provides instruction in         in writing five-paragraph essays in basic rhetorical
                  the following reading and workplace-related skills:       modes, including narrative, description, comparison
                  reading rate improvement; vocabulary development;         and persuasion. Includes readings and oral
                  reading comprehension; learning to learn; and group       presentations. Prerequisites: ENGL 093 or equivalent
                  effectiveness. Basic paragraph writing is also covered.   placement test score. (55:00:00)
                  Prerequisites: ABED 046 or equivalent placement
                  test score. (This class can substitute for English 093A   ENGL 101        WrITTEN ExPrESSION               5Cr.
                  or English 093B, students with comparatively lower        Advanced expository writing, reading, evaluating
                  reading placement scores should enroll in this class;     essays and critical thinking are covered in this
                  students with comparatively lower writing placement       transfer-level course that fulfills the writing
                  scores should enroll in English 093A or 093B).            requirement for an AAS degree. Four 750+ word
                  (55:00:00)                                                essays required. Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or
                                                                            equivalent placement test score. (55:00:00)
                  ENGL 093       bEGINNING ENGLISH                5Cr.
                  Instruction in basic sentence grammar and the             ENGL 102       rESEArCH WrITING                  5Cr.
                  essentials of writing sentences and paragraphs;           Students learn to write fully documented research
                  an introduction to essays. Review of study skills         papers of at least 6-8 pages, as well as shorter essays,
                  necessary for college success also provided.              using critical thinking and reading skills. Reading
                  Prerequisite: ABED 046 with a 2.0 or better or            assignments will include short stories requiring
                  equivalent placement test score. (55:00:00)               close attention to and analysis of the narrative
                                                                            strategies employed. The class will emphasize logical
                  ENGL 093A bEGINNING ENGLISH                     5Cr.      argumentation from evidence; students will be
                  Instruction in basic sentence grammar and the             expected to show progress in their writing towards
                  essentials of writing sentences and paragraphs;           displaying greater depth, clarity and concision, and
                  an introduction to essays. Review of study skills         also develop the research skills necessary to collect
                  necessary for college success also provided.              the relevant information to include in their essays.
                  Prerequisites: ABED 046 or equivalent placement test      Prerequisites: ENGL 101. (55:00:00)
                  score. (55:00:00)
                                                                            ENGL 106       TECHNICAL WrITING                 5Cr.
                  ENGL 093b bEGINNING ENGLISH–ESL                 5Cr.      Writing strategies geared to target audiences.
                  Instruction in basic sentence grammar and the             Emphasis on research and problem-solving requiring
                  essentials of writing sentences and paragraphs;           critical reading and writing, development of ideas
                  an introduction to essays. Review of study skills         and argumentation. Includes layout and design,
                  necessary for college success also provided.              citation, and the use of statistics, charts, and graphs.
                  Prerequisites ABED 046 or equivalent placement test       Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or equivalent placement test
                  score. (55:00:00)                                         score. (55:00:00)

                  ENGL 095       LANGuAGE MECHANICS               1Cr.
                  Covers language mechanics, including capitalization,
                  grammar and usage, punctuation, and spelling.
                  Prerequisites: Appropriate placement test scores.
                  (00:22:00)

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ENGL 108       TECHNICAL EdITING                 5Cr.      ENGT 101       INTrOduCTION TO
Editorial skills needed for revising scientific/ techni-                  TECHNOLOGy                       1Cr.
cal writing and visual content by checking grammar,        Introduction to technology as a technical language
sentence structure, clarity and style (for writing) and    and applied science. Includes all phases of
layout, structure and design (for visual content).         engineering graphics technology; role of the
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or equivalent placement test       technician in industry, and career survey. Discussion
score. (55:00:00)                                          of mechanical and civil engineering graphics,
                                                           architectural graphics and technical illustration.
ENGr 111       ENGINEErING GrAPHICS I            4Cr.      (11:00:00)
Fundamentals of engineering graphics including:
introduction to equipment, terminology, media, line        ENGT 102       TECHNICAL EMPLOyMENT
                                                                          PrEPArATION                      1Cr.
conventions, technical lettering, scaling, sketching,      An introductory course in employment preparation
geometric construction, and basic orthographic             for the engineering graphics technology industry. Job
projection. Emphasis is placed on ANSI/ASME,               search techniques including: resume writing, cover
DOD, and ISO standards. Prerequisites: ENGT 101.           letters, job applications, interviewing techniques,
(22:44:00)                                                 industry visits and portfolio preparation.
                                                           Prerequisites: ENGT 101, CISA 101, ENGR 115.
ENGr 113       dIMENSIONING ANd
               TOLErANCING                       4Cr.      (11:22:00)
Dimensioning and Tolerancing concepts and
procedures per ANSI/ASME, DOD, and ISO standards           ENGT 105       ENGINEErING
                                                                          COMPuTEr APPLICATIONS            2Cr.
including: size, location, features, limits and fits.       An introduction to the use of personal computers
Prerequisites: ENGR 111. (22:44:00)                        and file management specific to the engineering
                                                           environment. Course will include hands-on
ENGr 115       ENGINEErING GrAPHICS II 4Cr.
                                                           experience with Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Fundamentals of engineering graphics including:
                                                           plus various basic programs as they relate to graphic
orthographic projection, layout techniques, view
                                                           programs. (11:22:00)
selection and applied dimensioning & tolerancing.
Emphasis is placed on ANSI/ASME, DOD and ISO               ENGT 108       INTrOduCTION
standards. Prerequisites: ENGR 113. (22:44:00).                           TO drAfTING                      4Cr.
                                                           Introduction to technology as a technical
ENGr 121       dESCrIPTIvE GEOMETry              4Cr.      language and applied science. Includes all
Principles and techniques of descriptive geometry,         phases of engineering graphics technology; role
including the use of direct projections and                of the technician in industry; and career survey.
revolutions to resolve spatial relationship problems.      Discussion of mechanical and civil engineering
Apply concepts such as true length, true shape and         graphics, architectural graphics and technical
point location. Includes primary and secondary             illustration. (22:44:00)
auxiliary views. Prerequisites: ENGR 115. (22:44:00)
                                                           ENGT 131       COMPuTEr AIdEd
ENGr 122       ENGINEErING                                                drAfTING ANd dESIGN I            4Cr.
               GrAPHICS III                      4Cr.      An introductory course in Computer Aided Drafting
Engineering Graphics III: Fundamentals of                  and Design using state of the art software. Emphasis
engineering graphics including: section views,             is placed on using the basic commands such
intersections, developments, and isometric                 as coordinate system, editing, screen, text, and
drawing. Emphasis is placed on ASME, DOD and               dimensioning commands. Prerequisites: ENGR 113,
ISO standards. Prerequisites: ENGR 121. (22:44:00)         CISA 101 or instructor permission. (22:44:00)
ENGr 123       GEOMETrIC                                   ENGT 132       COMPuTEr AIdEd
               dIMENSIONING &                                             drAfTING ANd dESIGN II           4Cr.
               TOLErANCING                       2Cr.
                                                           An advanced course in Computer Aided Drafting and
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing per ANSI/
                                                           Design. Application of advanced editing techniques
ASME, DOD and ISO standards. Dimensioning,
                                                           and 3D solid modeling to create and modify
tolerancing and related practices used on engineering
                                                           engineering drawings. Create custom menus,
drawings with emphasis placed on applied design,
                                                           subdirectories, batch files and blocks with attributes.
production standards and interchangeability.
                                                           Prerequisites: ENGT 131 or instructor permission.
Prerequisites: ENGR 113 or instructor permission.
                                                           (22:44:00)
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                  ENGT 133       COMPuTEr AIdEd                             ENGT 213       INduSTrIAL GrAPHICS–
                                 drAfTING ANd dESIGN III 4Cr.                              PLASTICS                         4Cr.
                  An advanced course in Computer Aided Drafting             Application of advanced engineering graphics skills to
                  and Design. Application of advanced editing               create detail drawings of formed and molded plastic
                  techniques and 3D solid modeling to create and            parts from engineering sketches with emphasis on
                  modify engineering drawings. Create custom menus,         ASME, DOD and ISO standards. Includes research
                  subdirectories and blocks with attributes.                and use of various reference material and vendor
                  Prerequisites: ENGT 132 or instructor permission.         resources. Prerequisites: ENGT 132, ENGT 211 or
                  (22:44:00)                                                instructor permission. (22:44:00)

                  ENGT 141       APPLIEd MATErIALS                          ENGT 214       INduSTrIAL GrAPHICS II           4Cr.
                                 TECHNOLOGy                       4Cr.      Application of advanced engineering graphics
                  Relationships between properties, structure and           skills to create assembly drawings of metal, sheet
                  processes of engineering materials. Discussion of         metal and plastic parts from engineering sketches
                  surfaces, finishes and manufacturing processes.           with emphasis of ASME, DOD, and ISO standards.
                  Various engineering materials are included with an        Includes research, use of various reference material
                  emphasis on metals. Prerequisites: ENGT 101,              and vendor resources. Prerequisites: ENGT 211,
                  ENGR 115, or instructor permission. (22:44:00)            ENGT 132, or instructor permission. (22:44:00)
                  ENGT 151       APPLIEd MACHINE                            ENGT 222        CATIA v5 fOr
                                 METAL PrOCESSES                  4Cr.                     ENGINEErING I                    4Cr.
                  Introduction to machining processes and technology.       Introduction to 3D modeling and parametric design
                  Identification of metals, use and care of hand tools,     using CATIA Version 5 software. Application of
                  thread forms, work location and holding devices.          advanced engineering graphics skills to create basic
                  Practical application of measuring, drilling, grinding,   parts and assemblies in both solids and wireframe.
                  sawing, and milling with an introduction to CNC           (22:44:00)
                  milling and turning processes. Prerequisites:
                  ENGT 141 or instructor permission. (22:44:00)             ENGT 223       CATIA v5 fOr
                                                                                           ENGINEErING II                   4Cr.
                  ENGT 202       SPECIALIzEd TECHNICAL                      Advanced 3D modeling and parametric design
                                 EMPLOyMENT                                 using CATIA software. Application of advanced
                                 PrEPArATION                      2Cr.
                  An advanced course in specialized employment              engineering graphics skills to create complex parts
                  preparation for the technology industry. Course           and assemblies in both solids and wireframe.
                  covers job search techniques including résumé             Prerequisites: ENGT 222 or instructor permission.
                  writing, cover letters, job applications, interviewing    (22:44:00)
                  techniques and portfolio preparation. Use of joblines
                                                                            ENGT 224       CATIA v5 fOr
                  and developing networks is included. Prerequisites:                      ENGINEErING III                  4Cr.
                  ENGT 102. (11:00:00)                                      Advanced 3D modeling and parametric design
                                                                            using CATIA software. Application of advanced
                  ENGT 211       INduSTrIAL GrAPHICS I            4Cr.      engineering graphics skills to create complex parts
                  Application of advanced engineering skills to create      and assemblies in both solids and wireframe.
                  complex detail drawings of machined and cast metal        Continuation of ENGT 223. Prerequisites: ENGT 223
                  parts from engineering sketches with emphasis on          or instructor permission. (22:44:00)
                  ASME, DOD and ISO standards. Includes research
                  and use of various reference materials and vendor         ENGT 225       3d PArAMETrIC
                  resources and media selection. Prerequisites:                            SOLId dESIGN I                   4Cr.
                  ENGT 122, ENGT 131 or instructor permission.              An advanced course in engineering graphics using
                  (22:44:00)                                                feature based, parametric, state of the art software.
                                                                            Students will learn and apply parametric solid
                  ENGT 212       INduSTrIAL GrAPHICS–                       modeling techniques to create machined and
                                 SHEETMETAL                       4Cr.      cast metal, sheetmetal and plastic parts working
                  Application of advanced engineering graphics skills to    from engineering sketches and/or prototypes.
                  create complex detail drawings of sheet metal parts       Prerequisites: ENGT 131 or instructor permission.
                  including flat patterns, from engineering sketches        (22:44:00)
                  with emphasis on ASME, DOD and ISO standards.
                  Includes research and use of various reference mate-
                  rial and vendor resources. Prerequisites: ENGT 211,
                  ENGT 132 or instructor permission. (22:44:00)


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ENGT 226       3d PArAMETrIC                             ENGT 251       INduSTrIAL
               SOLId dESIGN II                 4Cr.                     dESIGN GrAPHICS                   4Cr.
An advanced course in engineering graphics using         Introductory industrial design graphics with
feature based 3D parametric, state of the art            emphasis on different media, software and
software. Students will learn and apply parametric       techniques used to create innovative solutions
solid modeling techniques to create machined,            for two and three-dimensional design problems.
cast metal, sheetmetal and plastic parts and mated       Fundamental design principles and ideas and the
assemblies working from engineering sketches and/        human element. Focus on team approach to design.
or prototypes. Prerequisites: ENGT 225 or instructor     Prerequisites: ENGT 214, ENGT 221 or instructor
permission. (11:44:00)                                   permission. (22:44:00)

ENGT 227       3d PArAMETrIC                             ENGT 253       MACHINE dESIGN
               SOLId dESIGN III                4Cr.                     GrAPHICS                          4Cr.
An advanced course in engineering graphics using         Introduction to machine design graphics with
feature-based 3D parametic, state-of-the-art software.   emphasis on techniques necessary to graphically
Students will learn and apply parametric solid           solve linkage, cam, belt drive, chain drive, and
modeling techniques to create machined, cast metal,      gearing problems. Fundamental kinematics. Focus
sheet metal and plastic parts and mated assemblies       on team approach to design. Prerequisites:
working from engineering sketches and or pro-            ENGT 214, ENGT 221 or instructor permission.
totypes. Students will apply these skills to create      (22:44:00)
top-down, bottom-up assemblies and spread shet
driven multiple part configurations. Prerequisites:      ENGT 255       TOOL dESIGN GrAPHICS I            4Cr.
ENGT 226 or instructor permission. (11:44:00).           Introduction to tooling design graphics: types and
                                                         functions of jigs & fixtures, supporting and locating
ENGT 231       TECHNICAL ILLuSTrATION I 4Cr.             principles. Focus on team approach to design.
Introduction to pictorial drawing with emphasis on       Prerequisites: ENGT 214, ENGT 131 or instructor
isometric drawing including oblique and inclined         permission. (22:44:00)
surfaces. Isometric sketching. Prerequisites:
ENGR 122 or instructor permission. (22:44:00)            ENGT 256       TOOL dESIGN GrAPHICS II 4Cr.
                                                         Advanced concepts involved in tool design graphics.
ENGT 232       TECHNICAL                                 Continuation of Tool Design Graphics I. Focus is on
               ILLuSTrATION II                 4Cr.      individual approach to design. Prerequisites:
Axonometric projections including: isometric,            ENGT 255. (22:44:00)
diametric and trimetric, oblique projection and
perspectives. Lettering and rendering techniques         ENGT 257       TOOL dESIGN GrAPHICS III 4Cr.
with an emphasis on a variety of media and software.     Advanced concepts involved in tool design graphics.
Prerequisites: ENGT 231. (22:44:00)                      Continuation of Tool Design Graphics II. Focus is on
                                                         individual approach to design. Prerequisites:
ENGT 233       COMPuTEr ILLuSTrATION                     ENGT 256. (23:46:00)
               APPLICATIONS I                  4Cr.
Introduction to 3D rendering and animations using
                                                         ENGT 261       ENGINEErING
a variety of media and software. Introduction to                        SCHEMATICS                        4Cr.
desktop publishing software. Prerequisites:              Introduction to analog and digital schematics
ENGT 131, ENGT 232, or instructor permission.            graphics using manual sketching. Development
(22:44:00)                                               of schematics and extraction of netlists, partlists,
                                                         develop symbols and preparation of data base for
ENGT 234       COMPuTEr ILLuSTrATION                     printed circuit graphic design using a variety of
               APPLICATIONS II                 4Cr.
Advanced technical illustration techniques.              media and software. Prerequisites: ENGT 211 or
Axonometric and perspective exploded assembly            instructor’s permission. (22:44:00)
drawing. Advanced rendering and shading techniques
                                                         ENGT 271       ENGINEErING GrAPHICS
with an emphasis on a variety of media and software.                    PrObLEM & ANALySIS I              4Cr.
Creation of documents that combine text, graphics        Engineering graphics problem solving, with an
and images. Prerequisites: ENGT 233. (22:44:00)          emphasis on various media, software and tech-
                                                         niques to create innovative solutions to two and
                                                         three dimensional design problems. Fundamental
                                                         design of machine, molded and cast parts with a
                                                         focus on a team approach. Prerequisites: ENGT 214,
                                                         ENGT 221. (22:44:00)


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                   ENGT 272       ENGINEErING GrAPHICS                        fTNS 112        PrINCIPLES Of
                                  PrObLEM ANd ANALySIS II 4Cr.                                SPOrT & ExErCISE                   5Cr.
                   Engineering graphics problem solving, with an              This course introduces the concept of exercise as
                   emphasis on various media, software and techniques         prescription for health and wellness. Topics include
                   to create innovative solutions to two and three            benefits of fitness, and components of fitness.
                   dimensional design problems. Fundamental design            Prerequisites: FTNS 111 (55:00:00)
                   of machine, molded and cast parts with a focus on a
                   team approach. Prerequisites: ENGT 271. (22:44:00)         fTNS 115        fuNdAMENTALS Of
                                                                                              fITNESS TESTING                    2Cr.

                   fLdS 111       INTrOduCTION
                                                                              This course covers American College of Sports
                                  TO fLOrISTry                      2Cr.      Medicine (ACSM) and YMCA fitness testing protocols.
                   An overview of the floral design program and floral        Testing protocols include skinfold and circumference
                   industry. (11:22:00)                                       measurements, resting values including blood
                                                                              pressure, heart rate, height, and weight. Fitness
                   fLdS 112       fLOWErS ANd fOLIAGE               5Cr.      assessments include a cardiovascular recovery,
                   Topics include identification, basic and specific care     muscular endurance and strength, and flexibility.
                   band handling for cut flowers and foliage. (44:22:00)      (11:22:00)

                   fLdS 113       bASIC fLOrAL dESIGN               7Cr.      fTNS 116        rISK MANAGEMENT
                                                                                              IN fITNESS                         3Cr.
                   Learn theory and professional construction
                   techniques for basic floral design. (33:88:00)             This course examines safety, liability, and
                                                                              negligence in the fitness industry. Also covered
                   fLdS 114       INdOOr HOuSEPLANTS                3Cr.      is an introduction to sports medicine including
                   A study of the identification, maintenance and marketing   common sports injuries. Students will examine
                   of indoor foliage and blooming plants. (22:22:00)          contraindicated exercises, identify criteria for
                                                                              stopping a graded exercise test, and discuss exercise
                   fLdS 115       SALES ANd SErvICE                 4Cr.      in various environmental conditions. (33:00:00)
                   A study of basic sales operations for the floral
                                                                              fTNS 118        HEALTH PrOMOTIONS
                   occupation. Topics include cash register operation,                        & WELLNESS                         3Cr.
                   customer service and basic merchandising skills.           Strategies for improving the state of wellness through
                   (22:44:00)                                                 healthier lifestyles. Topics: holistic approach to health,
                                                                              behavioral intervention, lifestyle changes, maintaining
                   fLdS 121       rETAIL fLOrIST
                                  OPErATION                         4Cr.      a healthy lifestyle, stress management, health-related
                   A study of wire service operations, merchandising          fitness, strategies for a fitness program, and the cost-
                   skills, display design and purchasing. (22:44:00)          effectiveness of health/fitness programs in business
                                                                              and industry. (33:00:00)
                   fLdS 123       AdvANCEd
                                  fLOrAL dESIGN                     7Cr.      fTNS 119        STrENGTH TrAINING
                   A study of advanced floristry skills including wedding,                    & CONdITIONING                     4Cr.
                   permanent, funeral and special event designs.              This course examines various techniques designed
                   Prerequisites: FLDS 113. (33:88:00)                        to enhance muscular fitness through weight
                                                                              training. Strategies for implementing weight training
                   fLdS 125       fLOrISTry LAb                     4Cr.      programs will be included. (33:22:00)
                   Students will practice shop management, sales,
                   customer service and design in a retail setting.           fTNS 120        SPOrT SAfETy TrAINING              2Cr.
                   Prerequisites: FLDS 111, FLDS 112, FLDS 113,               This course provides coaches and fitness personnel
                   FLDS 114, FLDS 115. (22:44:00)                             with basic first aid skills and knowledge to care for
                                                                              athletic injuries. This course was developed as a
                   fLdS 198       JOb SEArCH SKILLS                 3Cr.      joint effort between the American Red Cross and
                   Topics include resume preparation, industry visits         the U.S. Olympic Committee. Sports Safety Training
                   and interview techniques for the florist occupation.       includes sports-related injury prevention, emergency
                   Prerequisites: FLDS 111, FLDS 112, FLDS 113,               care, and adult and child CPR. In addition,
                   FLDS 114, FLDS 115. (11:44:00)                             Automatic External Defibrillator essentials will be
                                                                              taught. All students will receive four American Red
                   fTNS 111       INTrO TO ANATOMy                            Cross certifications upon successful completion.
                                  & PHySIOLOGy                      4Cr.      (Sport Safety Training, Adult CPR, Child CPR,
                   Introduction to human anatomy and physiology.              AED Essentials). Additional in depth coursework
                   Covers organization of the human body, cells, tissue,      in preventing and managing soft tissue injuries,
                   the skeletal system, axial skeleton, appendicular          and developing guidelines for safety in the fitness
                   system, and fluid and electrolyte balance. (44:00:00)      workplace will be included as well. (22:00:00)
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fTNS 121       KINESIOLOGy                       5Cr.     fTNS 132       CArdIOvASCuLAr
A study of the structure and function of the skeletal                    /rESPIrATOry SySTEMS
                                                                         IN ExErCISE                       5Cr.
and muscular systems of the human body, including         The course examines the cardiovascular and
origins, insertions, and actions of the muscles           respiratory system adaptations to exercise training.
and an understanding the mechanical qualities of          Included are adaptations as a result of sub-maximal
movement. (55:00:00)                                      and maximal exercise; following acute and chronic
                                                          aerobic training; and the effect of exercise on rest.
fTNS 122       ExErCISE PHySIOLOGy
               fOr SPECIAL POPuLATIONS 5Cr.               Prerequisites: FTNS 131 or BIOL 212 or instructor
The course examines the exercise needs of special         permission. (55:00:00)
populations such as the elderly, the asthmatic, the
diabetic, and the overweight. The physiology of           fTNS 135       LEGAL ISSuES IN
                                                                         fITNESS MANAGEMENT                2Cr.
controllable diseases; the psychology of aging; sports    Survey course for the self-employed personal trainer
and exercise for youth; and metabolic diseases are        or fitness club owner/manager. Course covers legal
discussed. Special attention is given to the weekend      issues of fitness businesses, risk management
warrior and the treatment and prevention of muscle        including safety and liability issues, familiarity with
soreness. (55:00:00)                                      state and local law including OSHA and WISHA,
                                                          documentation, contractual law, ethical issues,
fTNS 126       fuNdAMENTALS Of
               SPOrT PSyCHOLOGy                  3Cr.     financing, and other legal issues as indicated.
Covers basics of the fitness business including           (22:00:00)
benefits of fitness, fitness training organizations and
certifications, myths of fitness, job search skills,      fTNS 137       PrOfESSIONAL SKILLS
                                                                         IN fITNESS                        3Cr.
personal training business unit, program planning         Examines skills and behaviors necessary for success
fitness, corporate fitness and wellness, motivation       in the workplace. Topics include work habits, work
and exercise compliance. (33:00:00)                       values, teamwork, and diversity. This class examines
                                                          job search skills, getting the job, keeping the job,
fTNS 127       rESEArCH IN
               ExErCISE SCIENCE                  3Cr.     and maintaining the business. Includes discussion
Distinguishes between popular opinion and truths          of workplace skills and behaviors. (33:00:00)
determined by the scientific method. The components
of a research paper will be discussed. (33:00:00)         fTNS 138       MOTOr LEArNING
                                                                         & bIOMECHANICS                    3Cr.
                                                          An introductory course in motor development and
fTNS 128       INTrO TO
               ATHLETIC TrAINING                 3Cr.     motor learning in which students will examine the
An introductory course for the personal trainer           biological basis of human movement phenomena
dealing with recognition, prevention, treatment           (motor ability and motor skill development, motor
and reconditioning of injuries related to sports and      learning, and motor performance), changes in
fitness. Basic rehab techniques include taping and        motor behavior across the lifespan, and perceptual/
risk management. Includes tour of sports medicine         cognitive, psycho-social/cultural, and physical
clinic and basic introduction to modalities used          factors affecting the development and acquisition
for rehab. Injury prevention, basic sports/exercise       of motor abilities and skills. This course will also
trauma, management skills/emergency procedures,           introduce the role of biomechanics in the produc-
specific injuries. (33:00:00)                             tion of movement. (33:00:00)

fTNS 129       PATHOPHySIOLOGy                   3Cr.     fTNS 139       CArdIAC rEHAbILITATION 3Cr.
An advanced course of pathophysiology and the role        An advanced course in cardiovascular physiology,
of exercise and disease management.                       pathophysiology of heart disease, interpretation of
Prerequisites: FTNS 111, FTNS 121, FTNS 131,              EKGs, and exercise rehabilitation of the
FTNS 141 or BIOL 211 or BIOL 212. (33:00:00)              cardiac patient. Prerequisites: FTNS 131 or BIOL
                                                          212. (33:00:00)
fTNS 131       CArdIOvASCuLAr ANd
               rESPIrATOry SySTEMS               4Cr.     fTNS 141       NErvOuS, ENdOCrINE &
Understanding of the structure and function of the                       LyMPHATIC SySTEMS                 4Cr.
following body systems: Cardiovascular system and         Understanding of the structure and function of the
physiologic adaptations; vascular system-vessels          following body systems: Nervous system and its role
and routes; respiratory system and control; energy        in muscular contraction; endocrine system and its
systems; metabolism. (44:00:00)                           role in metabolic processes specific to exercise; and
                                                          the lymphatic system, and its role in protection from
                                                          infection. (44:00:00)

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                  fTNS 142       CErTIfICATION                               fTNS 173        SEMINAr IN
                                 rEvIEW LAb                        2Cr.                      GrOuP ExErCISE II                  2Cr.
                  Preparation for certifications offered by the American     Integrates the student into the fitness industry
                  College of Sports Medicine, the American Council on        workplace. Includes a weekly staff meeting and clinical
                  Exercise, and the National Strength and Conditioning       experience in a fitness facility. Students may choose to
                  Association are addressed. Includes review and             continue working in the LWTC fitness center or identify
                  practice of ACSM/YMCA fitness testing protocols,           a fitness facility that accepts interns. Prerequisites:
                  simulations of exams and quizzes, metabolic                FTNS 172 or instructor permission (11:00:33)
                  calculations, and analysis of exercise execution.
                  Prerequisites: FTNS 115, FTNS 119 or instructor            fTNS 191        SEMINAr IN fITNESS I               2Cr.
                  permission. (11:22:00)                                     This course will prepare the student to be an
                                                                             employee in a fitness-related facility. Includes weekly
                  fTNS 143       NuTrITION & WEIGHT                          fitness center staff meeting and clinical shadowing
                                 MANAGEMENT                        3Cr.      in the fitness center. Co-requisites: FTNS 119 or
                  Course explores how to improve one’s diet to optimize      instructor permission (11:00:33)
                  weight and health. Topics include: hazards and theories
                  of obesity, common health conditions that cause weight     fTNS 192        SEMINAr/INTErNSHIP II              2Cr.
                  gain/loss, evaluation of popular diets and supplements,    This course will prepare the student to be a fitness
                  psychological aspects of weight management and             specialist/personal trainer in a fitness-related facility.
                  eating disorders. (33:00:00)                               Includes weekly fitness center staff meeting and
                                                                             clinical training experience in the fitness center.
                  fTNS 144       NuTrITION fOr                               Prerequisites: FTNS 191. (11:00:33)
                                 SPOrTS PErfOrMANCE                3Cr.
                  This course examines nutrition in relation to athletic
                                                                             fTNS 193        SEMINAr/INTErNSHIP III             2Cr.
                  performance. Prerequisites: BIOL 105 or instructor
                                                                             This course integrates the student into the fitness
                  permission. (33:00:00)
                                                                             industry workplace. Includes a weekly staff meeting
                  fTNS 146       fuNCTIONAL
                                                                             and clinical experience in a fitness facility.
                                 fITNESS TrAINING                  2Cr.      Prerequisites: FTNS 192. (11:00:33)
                  This course examines exercise techniques designed
                  to enhance functionality in daily activities, exercise,    fTNS 198        GrOuP ExErCISE
                                                                                             INSTruCTOr                         3Cr.
                  and athletics. Strategies for implementing functional
                                                                             This course is designed to prepare participants to
                  fitness training programs will be included.
                                                                             teach safe and effective group exercise programs
                  Prerequisites: FTNS 119 or instructor Permission
                                                                             through the development of leadership and technical
                  (11:22:00)
                                                                             skills. Topics covered are anatomy, physiology,
                  fTNS 170       GrOuP ExErCISE
                                                                             kinesiology, care and prevention of aerobic injuries,
                                 INSTruCTION                       4Cr.      aerobic class design, structure and workout
                  Provides the student with the foundational knowledge       combinations, resistance training with weights and
                  and topics to lead a fitness class. Includes the           tubing, and leadership skills. An examination of
                  components that make up an organized and safe              the use of music, principles of choreography, and
                  class, such as: proper technique, music, cueing and        instruction are emphasized. Prerequisites: Instructor
                  choreography. Included is studio time for practical        permission. (11:44:00)
                  skill acquisition. Graduates are prepared to sit for the
                  American Council on Exercise (ACE) Group Fitness           GEOG 251        CArTOGrAPHy                        4Cr.
                  Instructor Certification exam. (33:22:00)                  Design and construction of maps including manual
                                                                             and computer mapping techniques, including major
                  fTNS 172       SEMINAr IN                                  elements, concepts, and methods of cartography.
                                 GrOuP ExErCISE I                  2Cr.      Prerequisites: ENGR 111 and ENGT 131 or instructor
                  This course will prepare the student to be a group         permission. (22:44:00)
                  exercise instructor. Includes weekly meeting with
                  instructor. Students will work in the LWTC fitness         GISA 211        GEOGrAPHIC
                  center three hours per week observing group exercise                       INfOrMATION SySTEMS                4Cr.
                  classes and job-shadowing group exercise instructors.      An overview of all phases of GIS, the role of a
                  Prerequisites: FTNS 170 or instructor permission           GIS technician in industry; and career survey,
                  (11:00:33)                                                 an introduction to geographic software, data
                                                                             creation, management, manipulation, analysis and
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HIST   210     TECHNOLOGy &                              HMdS 123       LEAdErSHIP IN
               WOrLd HISTOry                   5Cr.                     STudENT GOvErNMENT III 2Cr.
An introduction to the history of technology from        Term three in a three term sequence designed to
the prehistoric period to the present. Important         develop students? professional leadership abilities
technologies from each major civilization will be        through participation in student government,
studied in depth. Shifts in technological leadership     including Associated Student Government meetings
from region to region across time will be highlighted,   and programs and other college committees;
as well as influences on and impacts of technological    examines decision-making and meeting facilitation
development. Prerequisites: ABED 045 or ABED 046         skills. Prerequisites: Instructor permission or
or equivalent placement test score. (55:00:00)           holding student leadership position on campus.

HMdS 101       INfOPOWEr: LIbrAry &                      HOrT 111       bOTANy                           5Cr.
               INfOrMATION rESEArCH            2Cr.      An introduction to how plants grow, their internal
Learn to find, evaluate, and use information through     structure, their parts and how they function.
problem-solving and the research process. Learn to       Emphasis is placed on the application of plant
use information effectively and efficiently in daily     growth principles to our own environment and plant
life. Students will be working online. Students should   diversity. (44:22:00)
be familiar with common computer commands in
Windows. Prerequisites: ABED 045 or ABED 046 or          HOrT 112       TOOLS ANd EQuIPMENT              1Cr.
equivalent placement score or instructor permission.     An overview of horticulture hand tools and
(11:22:00)                                               equipment focusing on identification and practical
                                                         uses. Construction, care and safety are discussed.
HMdS 111       COLLEGE STrATEGIES              2Cr.      (11:00:00)
Introduces new and returning students to the skills
necessary for success in their technical programs        HOrT 113       PrOPAGATION                      5Cr.
and in today’s changing workforce. The course            Provides an introduction to sexual and asexual
orients students to the college environment and          means of reproducing plants. Students have an
examines personality traits, learning styles, and        opportunity to apply principles taught in class
issues of teamwork and diversity that shape the          during laboratory. (33:44:00)
modern workplace. (22:00:00)
                                                         HOrT 115       PLANT
HMdS 121       LEAdErSHIP IN                                            IdENTIfICATION–fALL              4Cr.
               STudENT GOvErNMENT I            2Cr.      Identification of deciduous and evergreen trees,
Term one in a three term sequence designed to            shrubs, vines and ground covers used in landscapes
develop students? professional leadership abilities      throughout the Pacific Northwest. Emphasis given
through participation in student government,             to those plants that display specific characteristics
including Associated Student Government meetings         in the fall. Annuals and perennials are also covered.
and programs and other college committees;               May be taken out of sequence. (22:44:00)
examines students? leadership styles. Prerequisites:
Instructor permission or holding student leadership      HOrT 116       fALL HOrTICuLTurE LAb            3Cr.
position on campus.                                      Hands-on application of principles and concepts
                                                         taught in class. Focus is on practices commonly
HMdS 122       LEAdErSHIP IN                             used in the horticulture industry in the process of
               STudENT GOvErNMENT II           2Cr.
Term two in a three term sequence designed to            cropping, with emphasis on producing products for
develop students? professional leadership abilities      the LWTC Winter sale. May be taken out of sequence.
through participation in student government,             (11:44:00)
including Associated Student Government meetings
                                                         HOrT 121       SOILS                            4Cr.
and programs and other college committees;
                                                         Explores a soil’s physical and chemical properties that
examines communication, time management
                                                         affect a plant’s ability to survive and grow. Emphasis
and teamwork. Prerequisites: Instructor permission.
                                                         is on understanding how soil preparation, organic
                                                         matter and soil water relate to a plant’s growth.
                                                         Surveys the role of nutrients in maintaining healthy
                                                         plant growth. Common foundations and application
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                   HOrT 122       PruNING                           2Cr.       HOrT 137       SPrING
                   Studies include the most current theories and                              HOrTICuLTurE LAb                  4Cr.
                   techniques of proper pruning. How cutting a plant           Hands-on application of principles and concepts
                   affects its growth processes, flowering, fruiting and       taught in class. Focus on practices common to the
                   rejuvenation. Focus will be given to plants of western      horticultural industry, with emphasis on finishing
                   Washington. (11:22:00)                                      crops for the LWTC Spring sales. May be taken out of
                                                                               sequence. (11:66:00)
                   HOrT 123       PESTS ANd PESTICIdES              4Cr.
                   Integrated pest management and plant health care            HOrT 138       TOPICS IN ArbOrICuLTurE 3Cr.
                   is the focus in the greenhouse, nursery, arboretum,         Students will gain an understanding of topics and
                   and grounds. Understanding the biology of pests will        issues essential to working with trees in urban
                   help determine their control and understanding the          landscapes. Some topics covered include tree biology,
                   chemistry of pesticides will aid in determining their       nutrition, pruning, plant health care, and soils. The
                   proper usage. (33:22:00)                                    ISA Arborists Certification Study Guide will be the
                                                                               text. This class would be helpful for anyone taking
                   HOrT 125       PLANT                                        the ISA exams. ISA continuing education credits
                                  IdENTIfICATION–WINTEr             4Cr.       available, CPH credit available.
                   Identification of deciduous and evergreen trees,
                   shrubs, vines and ground covers used in landscapes          HOrT 210       MIxEd bOrdEr
                   throughout the Pacific Northwest. Emphasis given to                        PrACTICuM–WINTEr                  1Cr.
                   those plants that display specific characteristics in the   Students will apply practical knowledge of winter
                   winter. Annuals and perennials are also covered. May        gardening and plant care through hands-on
                   be taken out of sequence. (22:44:00)                        experience performing tasks that make up the
                                                                               care and management of the mixed herbaceous
                   HOrT 127       WINTEr                                       border, particularly in the setting of a public garden.
                                  HOrTICuLTurE LAb                  3Cr.       (00:22:00)
                   Hands-on application of principles and concepts
                   taught in class. Focus on practices common to the           HOrT 211       LANdSCAPE dESIGN II               1Cr.
                   horticultural industry, with emphasis on producing          A continued overview of landscape design principles
                   crops for the LWTC Spring sale and participation in         and design elements to practical situations. Students
                   the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle.            will have gained an understanding of the role of good
                   May be taken out of sequence. (11:66:00)                    design as applied to residential and commercial
                                                                               projects at completion of this course. (00:22:00)
                   HOrT 131       LANdSCAPE dESIGN I                6Cr.
                   An overview of landscape design principles and              HOrT 212       TurfGrASS
                   design elements to applied practical situations. The                       MANAGEMENT                        3Cr.
                   role of good design as applied to residential and           Covers the identification, care and maintenance
                   commercial projects is covered. (55:22:00)                  of cool seasonal grasses. Topics include soil
                                                                               preparation, nutrition, thatch, insect and disease
                   HOrT 132       LANdSCAPE MATErIALS               2Cr.       control, as well as installation and renovation.
                   An introduction to concepts of long term quality care       (22:22:00)
                   of trees, shrubs, groundcovers and seasonal color.
                   Customer relations and proper plant selection are           HOrT 215       PLANT
                                                                                              IdENTIfICATION–SuMMEr             4Cr.
                   emphasized. A look at materials used in a landscape         Identification of deciduous and evergreen trees,
                   such as rocks, gravels, compost, bark, and other hard       shrubs, vines and ground covers used in landscapes
                   goods. (11:22:00)                                           throughout the Pacific Northwest. Emphasis given
                                                                               to those plants that display specific characteristics
                   HOrT 134       HOrTICuLTurE MArKETING 1Cr.
                                                                               in the summer. Annuals and perennials are also
                   Course covers a wide range of business practices,           covered. May be taken out of sequence. (22:44:00)
                   such as display, costing, quality control and cash
                   handling. We will plan and carry out a major sales          HOrT 216       GrEENHOuSE
                   event using student projects. (00:22:00)                                   OPErATIONS                        3Cr.
                                                                               This course surveys the construction
                   HOrT 135       PLANT                                        choices available in greenhouses. Efficient use
                                  IdENTIfICATION–SPrING             4Cr.
                                                                               of environmental controls and cropping will be
                   Identification of deciduous and evergreen trees,            discussed. You will gain plant growing experience
                   shrubs, vines and ground covers used in landscapes          throughout the year. (22:22:00)
                   throughout the Pacific Northwest. Annuals and
                   perennials are also covered. Key identification
                   characteristics, culture and landscape usage is
                   emphasized. (22:44:00)
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HOrT 217        SuMMEr                                    HOSP 110       HOSPITALITy SErvICE             10Cr.
                HOrTICuLTurE LAb                  3Cr.    Proficiency developed in restaurant/customer
Hands-on application of principles and concepts           service. Course work will include Liquor Service
taught in class. Focus on plant maintenance, fall         Permit, and an introduction to the knowledge of
cropping, and initial propagation of crops for Fall.      beers, wines, and beverage service. (66:88:00)
Resumes, job search and summer work experience
will be included in this class. May be taken out of       HOSP 115       fOOd & bEvErAGE
sequence. (33:22:00)                                                     OPErATIONS                       3Cr.
                                                          Overview of scheduling, staffing, inventory controls,
HOrT 220        MIxEd bOrdEr                              cost controls, catering/banquet sales, budgeting, and
                PrACTICuM–SPrING                  2Cr.    purchasing for food and beverage operations. Lab
Students will apply practical knowledge of spring         includes hands-on training in kitchen preparation,
gardening and plant care through hands-on                 restaurant service, point of sale system, kitchen and
experience performing tasks that make up the              dining room logistics. (44:22:00)
care and management of the mixed herbaceous
border, particularly in the setting of a public garden.   HOTL 113       LAWS Of INN KEEPING I            3Cr.
(00:44:00)                                                Provides framework for managers to develop legal
                                                          policies, specifically hotel-guest relationships,
HOrT 225        CArEEr ExPLOrATION                3Cr.    crimes, protection of guests and belongings,
This course provides an introduction to the breadth       employment rights, and liens. (33:0:00)
of employment opportunities in the horticulture
industry and the job search skills needed to              HOTL 114       frONT OffICE
successfully secure employment. (11:44:00).                              MANAGEMENT                       3Cr.
                                                          This course is created with the emphasis on lecture
HOrT 230        MIxEd bOrdEr                              and practical lab exercises so that the hospitality
                PrACTICuM–SuMMEr                  1Cr.    student will gain a comprehensive hands-on
Students will apply practical knowledge of summer         knowledge of registration, reservations, telephone
gardening and plant care through hands-on                 etiquette (PBX) and housekeeping. (33:00:00)
experience performing tasks that make up the care
and management of the mixed herbaceous border,
                                                          HOTL 120       rEvENuE MANAGEMENT              3 Cr.
particularly in the setting of a public garden.
                                                          Illustrates the strategies, principles and techniques
HOrT 240        MIxEd bOrdEr
                                                          of Revenue Management for lodging and food
                PrACTICuM–fALL                    2Cr.    service operations. Examines the relationship
Students will apply practical knowledge of autumn         between accurate forecasting, overbooking,
gardening and plant care through hands-on                 reservation systems, marketing issues, pricing,
experience performing tasks that make up the care         and Internet booking engines, as they relate to
and management of the mixed herbaceous border,            financial decision making and maximizing revenue
particularly in the setting of a public garden.           opportunities. (33:00:00)

HOSP 101        INTrOduCTION TO                           HOTL 131       HOSPITALITy MArKET
                HOSPITALITy                       3Cr.                   STrATEGIES I                     3Cr.
Covers the history, scope and functions of the            Course covers basics of marketing in the hospitality
hospitality and food service industries. An               industry. Major focus of the course is building an
overview of career opportunities, responsibilities,       effective sales department and developing optimal
professionalism, and career ethics. (22:22:00)            selling and promotion strategies to maximize profits.
                                                          (33:00:00)
HOSP 103        INTrOduCTION TO
                MANAGEMENT                        3Cr.    HOTL 133       fACILITIES MANAGEMENT 3Cr.
An introduction to hospitality management; how            This course is designed to acquaint the student with
to attract, train, and create a positive motivational     the housekeeping and engineering functions as they
environment to retain a quality hospitality staff.        pertain to the accommodations and services found
(33:00:00)                                                in a hospitality property. (33:00:00)
HOSP 106        HOSPITALITy bASICS                4Cr.
Subjects covered include: King County Food Handlers
Permit, Serve-Safe Sanitation Certification, OSHA
regulations, MSDS, Lock Out-Tag Out regulations,
First Aid, CPR certification. (44:00:00)



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                   HOTL 135        HOTEL SALES                                INTL    064A INTrOduCTION TO
                                   MANAGEMENT                        3Cr.                  MICrOSOfT WINdOWS                   1Cr.
                   In-depth coverage of hotel sales segments,                 Participants become comfortable with performing
                   customers, and sales techniques. Explains the              basic computer functions while developing the
                   process of creating a targeted sales plan to gain          necessary language skills to read and follow
                   new and repeat business. Covers how to sell in             instructions, and follow instructions when given
                   a competitive market and overcome customer’s               orally. (00:22:00).
                   objections to close business opportunities. Students
                   will participate in role-playing to practice listening     INTL    064b THE bASICS Of
                   and selling skills and will learn the steps of the sales                MICrOSOfT WOrd                      1Cr.
                   process from inquiry to contract. (33:00:00)               Builds foundational skills in word processing while
                                                                              improving English language skills. Prepares students
                   HOTL 190        CuSTOMEr SErvICE                  2Cr.     for college-level computer skills. (00:22:00).
                   A study of the relationship between the service
                   customer and service supplier, concentrating on            INTL    068     rEAdING                          4Cr.
                   tactics that enhance this relationship. (33:00:00)         Focuses on the reading, critical thinking/study skills
                                                                              students need in order to approach the kind of
                   HOTL 198        JOb SEArCH I                      3Cr.     texts they will encounter in their academic future.
                   Practical exercises using techniques of targeting a        Prerequisites: TOEFL score or equivalent placement
                   career, resume writing and interview skills. Explores      test score. (44:00:00)
                   application process, personal image, resume,
                   self-promotion, and body language. (33:00:00)              INTL    069     WrITING & GrAMMAr                5Cr.
                                                                              Students will understand and practice the basic
                   HOTL 210        HOSPITALITy                                conventions of written English through controlled
                                   MANAGErIAL                                 writing techniques (gradually transitioning to free
                                   ACCOuNTING                        4Cr.     writing), interwoven with basic grammatical structures.
                   This course is designed to integrate managerial            Prerequisites: TOEFL score or equivalent placement
                   accounting to applications in the hospitality industry.    test score. (55:00:00)
                   An emphasis will be placed on developing financial
                   statements using the Uniform System of Accounts for        INTL    070     TOEfL PrEPArATION                3Cr.
                   the Lodging Industry. (44:00:00)                           This course offers language instruction as well as
                                                                              strategies for taking the test. Students will develop
                   HOTL 262        CONfErENCE & EvENT
                                   MANAGEMENT                        4Cr.     the skills to be successful in taking the TOEFL.
                   Covers the role of the professional event coordinator      (33:00:00)
                   and the extensive details involved in the event
                                                                              INTL    072     TOEIC PrEPArATION                3Cr.
                   planning process, including operations, logistics,
                   design, strategy, and evaluation. (33:22:00)               This course offers strategies for taking the TOEIC
                                                                              test plus general English instruction. Students will
                   INTL    041     CuLTurAL COMPETENCE               4Cr.     develop the skills to be successful in taking the
                   Students will develop an understanding of American         TOEIC. (33:00:00)
                   culture through readings, interviews, participation in
                                                                              ITAd    111     COMPuTEr PrOGrAMMING
                   cultural events and information from official sources.                     fuNdAMENTALS         5Cr.
                   Prerequisites: Previous experience living in the U.S.      A general introduction to computer programming
                   (44:00:00)                                                 logic and concepts related to designing and writing
                                                                              computer programs and procedures. Students learn
                   INTL    063     COMMuNICATION                     5Cr.     problem-solving techniques as well as important
                   Students will develop skills to sustain basic              programming concepts such as data types, data
                   conversations while integrating in the campus              structures, and object-oriented programming.
                   community. They will also work on pronunciation            Prerequisites: ENGL 093, MATH 080, or equivalent
                   in a lab setting. Prerequisites: TOEFL score or            placement scores. (44:22:00)
                   equivalent placement test score. (44:22:00)
                                                                              ITAd    112     HTML                             5Cr.
                   INTL    064     TECHNOLOGy bASICS              1-4Cr.      An introduction to HyperText Markup Language
                   Participants become comfortable with performing            (HTML). Students examine the key components
                   basic computer functions whiled developing the nec-        of HTML for creating Web pages that incorporate
                   essary language skills to read and follow instructions,    links, images, tables, frames, and forms. Topics
                   and follow instructions when given orally. (variable)      also include HTML/XHTML tag syntax, differences
                                                                              between Web browsers, and design considerations.
                                                                              Prerequisites: CISA 103, CISA 116, or instructor
                                                                              permission. (44:22:00)
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ITAd   118     vISuAL bASIC                              ITAd   126     SOfTWArE TESTING
               fuNdAMENTALS                      5Cr.                   ANd MANAGEMENT                   2Cr.
An introduction to the graphical programming             Expand your career opportunities as software test
environment of the visual basic-an object-oriented,      lead or manager; learn test management practices
event-driven language for windows. Students will         techniques. Designed for people who are interested
examine the key components of visual basic-              in leading or managing software or hardware
objects, properties and events, and create their own     development test projects; class includes test plan
interactive windows-based applications.                  design, assessment and risk prioritization strategies,
Prerequisites: CISA 116, ITAD 111, and MATH 090.         and examples of effective test cycle management.
(55:00:00)                                               Prerequisites: CISA 125. (11:22:00)

ITAd   121     SySTEM ANALySIS                           ITAd   127     WEb SErvEr
               & dESIGN                          3Cr.                   TECHNOLOGIES                     5Cr.
Introduction to problem solving cycle, problem           Introduction to the key concepts in Internet
identification, information gathering techniques,        Technologies and Web Server Technology for the
structured analysis concepts, report analysis, systems   World Wide Web. Students will examine the concepts
flow charts, decision tables, data dictionary, the       of planning, configuring, installing, maintaining,
system development life cycle and rapid development      performance monitoring, and upgrading a
techniques. Prerequisite: ENGL 093 or equivalent         Web Server. Prerequisites: CISA 116, ITAD 112.
placement test score. (22:22:00)                         (44:22:00)

ITAd   122     dHTML/JAvASCrIPT                  5Cr.    ITAd   128     PrOGrAMMING WITH C#              5Cr.
Course builds on the concepts acquired in HTML.          C# is a modern, object-oriented language that
Students will incorporate cascading stylesheets and      provides the simplicity of Visual Basic with the
scripts in their web pages. Prerequisites: ITAD 112.     power and flexibility of C++. Students learn the
(44:22:00)                                               fundamentals of the language and some of the
                                                         inner-workings including classes, structs, attributes,
ITAd   123     C++ PrOGrAMMING I                 5Cr.    flow of execution and an introduction to the .NET
An introduction to C++ programming language              framework. Prerequisites: ITAD 111, MATH 090 or
with emphasis on structured programming. Concepts        equivalent placement scores. (44:22:00)
include loops, arrays, pointers, functions, and
sequential file access. Small to medium size C++         ITAd   129     SCrIPTING–CGI/PErL               5Cr.
programs consisting of multiple classes will be          Introduction to Web-server scripting and
designed, written, tested and debugged.                  programming languages for the World Wide Web.
Prerequisites: ITAD 111, MATH 090 or equivalent          Key concepts include creating and processing
placement scores. (44:22:00)                             interactive forms for the Internet and creating
                                                         web-based scripts for dynamically-generated HTML.
ITAd   124     vISuAL bASIC                              Prerequisites: ITAD 111, ITAD 122. (44:22:00)
               fuNdAMENTALS                      5Cr.
An introduction to the graphical programming             ITAd   131     vISuAL TEST/TEST
environment of Visual Basic . Net. Students will                        AuTOMATION                       2Cr.
examine the key components of Visual Basic-              An introduction to the history, theory, concepts
Objects, Properties and Events, and create their own     and reasoning behind software testing automation
Windows-based applications. Prerequisites:               and software testing tools. Students learn how to
ITAD 111, MATH 090 or equivalent placement scores.       interface with Visual Test, how to create run and
(44:22:00)                                               implement basic Visual Test projects and how
                                                         to create and run tests. Prerequisites: CISA 126.
ITAd   125     INTrOduCTION TO                           (11:22:00)
               SOfTWArE TESTING                  2Cr.
This course explores the career opportunities            ITAd   132     HTML III                         4Cr.
of a software tester. Students learn basic testing       Students will gain an understanding of the elements
techniques: user testing, stress testing, boundary       of DHTML and JavaScript. Students work in teams
analysis, and identifying and reporting bugs.            to create and publish a dynamic Web site for a
Prerequisites: CISA 116. (11:22:00)                      client. New technologies in web design will also be
                                                         explored. Prerequisites: ITAD 111 and ITAD 122.
                                                         (44:22:00)




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                   ITAd   133     C++ PrOGrAMMING II               5Cr.      ITAd   139     ASP.NET                          5Cr.
                   Covers programming constructs needed to                   Students learn about Active Server Pages (ASP
                   implement object hierarchies. Standard objects            .Net), a Microsoft server-side scripting environment
                   ranging from low-level data structures, such as a         enabling dynamic, data driven Web sites. Topics
                   linked list, to high-level graphical user interface       include server controls, ASP .Net objects, built-in ASP
                   objects, such as Windows, are examined on abstract        .Net components, and ADO .Net. Prerequisites:
                   through implemented levels. Prerequisites: ITAD 123.      ITAD 122, ITAD 124. (44:22:00)
                   (44:22:00)
                                                                             ITAd   140     AdvANCEd TESTING
                   ITAd   134     vISuAL bASIC dESKTOP                                      WITH vISuAL TEST                 2Cr.
                                  APPLICATIONS                               The students will be introduced to concepts for
                                  dEvELOPMENT                      4Cr.      creating Automated Test and scripts with Visual Test
                   Students develop desktop applications that conform        6.5. The students will learn the common coding
                   to the Microsoft Solution Framework. More complex         guidelines, how to write simple test cases, how to
                   topics, such as creating class modules, COM               use common utilities and routines, how to create
                   components, and ActiveX controls, are included            benchmark test, how to link test in to windows API’s,
                   in this course. This course also addresses the            how to use call back functions, how to compile
                   MCSD objectives of the Microsoft Designing and            and distribute the scripts. Prerequisites: CISA 140.
                   Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft          (11:22:00)
                   Visual Basic 6.0 (70-176) exam. Prerequisites:
                   ITAD 121 and ITAD 124. (44:22:00)                         ITAd   141     MS SQL SErvEr dESIGN             4Cr.
                                                                             Students learn how to design and create
                   ITAd   135     ALGOrITHMS &                               databases and tables, and manage features such
                                  dATA STruCTurES                  5Cr.
                   Students study fundamental algorithms and data            as data integrity and indexing in the SQL Server
                   structures. Use lists, strings, stacks and queues and     environment. They also learn how to design advanced
                   elementary searching and sorting methods to solve         queries and views, manage transactions, connect to
                   intermediate level programming problems. Students         distributed sources, implement stored procedures
                   will write medium sized C++ programs consisting           and triggers, and use the Transact-SQL language to
                   of multiple classes and data structures. Prerequisites:   work with databases. Prerequisites: CISA 114,
                   ITAD 133. (44:22:00)                                      CISA 116, ITAD 111. (22:44:00)

                                                                             ITAd   142     JAvA PrOGrAMMING I               5Cr.
                   ITAd   136     OPErATING SySTEMS
                                  fOr dEvELOPErS                   5Cr.      Introduction to the Java programming language for
                   An applied introduction to operating system concepts,     the World Wide Web. Students will examine the key
                   aimed at those who are interested in using, rather        concepts of object-oriented programming for the
                   than designing, computers, operating systems, and         Internet, and create Internet-based applets.
                   networks. Learn why operating systems are needed          Prerequisites: ITAD 111, MATH 090. (44:22:00)
                   and what, at a functional, black-box level, they do.
                   Prerequisites: MATH 080. (44:22:00)                       ITAd   143     SQL SErvEr
                                                                                            ANALySIS SErvICES                4Cr.

                   ITAd   137     dEbuGGING SOfTWArE               2Cr.
                                                                             This course provides students with the knowledge
                   Learn the basic principles and environments               and skills necessary to design, implement, and
                   of debuggers and get an overview of debugger              deploy OLAP solutions by using Microsoft SQL
                   architecture and infrastructure. Set up a debugger,       Server Analysis Services. Prerequisites: ITAD 141 or
                   determine what hardware and software is needed            instructor permission. (22:44:00)
                   to debug, and understand the algorithms and data
                                                                             ITAd   144     vISuAL bASIC–dISTrIbuTEd
                   structures behind break points, circumstances                            APPLICATIONS             4Cr.
                   of debugging GUI (Graphical User Interface)               Students learn how to employ appropriate design,
                   applications and issues of multi-threaded debugging.      tools, and technology to create flexible and scalable
                   Prerequisites: CISA 126. (11:22:00)                       enterprise-level applications. Topics such as
                                                                             creating Transaction Server components and custom
                   ITAd   138     STruCTurEd QuEry                           COM interfaces are included in this course. This
                                  LANGuAGE                         2Cr.
                   Learn SQL syntax and how to use it to retrieve            course also addresses the MCSD objectives of the
                   information from a database, filter data, group and       Microsoft Designing and Implementing Distributed
                   summarize data, and retrieve information from             Applications for Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0
                   multiple tables in a database. Prerequisites:             (70-175) exam. Prerequisites: ITAD 121 and 124.
                   CISA 114. (11:22:00)                                      (22:44:00)



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ITAd   145     vISuAL bASIC APPLICATIONS                  ITAd   154     INTrOduCTION TO
               dEvELOPMENT             5Cr.                              xML ANd xSL                     2Cr.
Students develop and implement Windows-based              Students will learn construction of web applications
applications and COM+ Applications using Windows          that incorporate XML as a data source for site
Forms and the Microsoft .NET Framework                    customization and information storage. The course
Prerequisites: ITAD 124. (44:22:00)                       includes a comprehensive introduction to XML
                                                          and Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) and the
ITAd   146     PrOJECT MANAGEMENT                         Microsoft XML parser. Prerequisites: ITAD 124,
               fOr dEvELOPErS                   2Cr.      ITAD 132, ITAD 139, or instructor permission.
Explore project management techniques related to          (11:22:00)
large-scale application development. Learn techniques
for setting up a strong project team, planning and        ITAd   155     WEb SECurITy                    2Cr.
sequencing project activities, and working with budgets   An introduction to basic computer & network
and schedules. Identify key elements of project           security concepts, including basic PC workstation
management communications and reporting tools.            security policies/measures, and basic Internet
Prerequisite: ITAD 121. (11:22:00)                        security and data encryption information.
                                                          (11:22:00)
ITAd   148     WEb TESTING                      4Cr.
An introduction to various testing techniques for         ITAd   157     OrACLE fuNdAMENTALS             4Cr.
Web sites and Web-based applications. This course         Students learn the concepts of Oracle and Oracle
includes planning and organizing what to test,            Architecture and the Structured Query Language to
deciding which types of testing to use and how to test    develop PL/SQL procedures. Prerequisites:
Web-specific technologies. Prerequisites: ITAD 112        ITAD 141. (44:22:00)
and 126. (22:44:00)
                                                          ITAd   158     OrACLE APPLICATIONS
ITAd   150     dATA MOdELING                    4Cr.                     dEvELOPMENT                     4Cr.
Students will examine factors in the design process       Students review the basics of PL/SQL, and are
in developing a systematic approach to effective          introduced to Procedure Builder and Cursors, the
solutions, explore data integrity in the database         concepts, uses, and code for Packages, Triggers,
design, examine the basic concepts of data services       and Subprograms, and debugging Procedures and
design issues, data storage considerations, review        Functions. Prerequisites: ITAD 157. (44:22:00)
designing data services and data modules, and
database backup, restore and disaster recovery.           ITAd   163     OrACLE bACKuP
                                                                         & rECOvEry                      4Cr.
Prerequisites: ITAD 112 and 126. (44:00:00)
                                                          Students learn to prepare backup, recovery, and
ITAd   151     INTrOduCTION TO
                                                          disaster plans, describe the internal workings of
               PC SECurITy                      3Cr.      the Oracle database, backup procedures for both
An introduction to the concepts and practices             hot and cold backups, perform complete and
underlying computer security. Topics include              incomplete database recoveries and full, tablespace,
encryption protocols, computer and network                and datafile recoveries with the database open and
vulnerabilities, and strategies for ensuring security     closed, and use Oracle Export/Import Utilities.
within an organization. Also includes a discussion        Prerequisites: ITAD 158. (44:22:00)
of vulnerabilities/threats such as denial-of service
attacks, Trojan horses, worms and viruses. (33:00:00)     ITAd   165     xML/xSL                         5Cr.
                                                          This course includes XML syntax and the
ITAd   152     JAvA PrOGrAMMING II              5Cr.      development of an XML Document, Document Type
The course covers java servlets, JSP JDBC, and java
                                    ,                     Definition, (DTD), XML Schemas, (XSD), and XSLT.
beans. Using a selected webServer and Application         Students will be introduced to using XML in a variety
server build a java based interactive Web sites.          of programming environments including VB, ASP    ,
E-business related projects and assignments.              Java and the .NET languages. Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: ITAD 142. (44:22:00)                       ITAD 112. (44:22:00)

ITAd   153     MS SQL SErvEr                    4Cr.      ITAd   168     QuALITy ASSurANCE
                                                                         METHOdOLOGIES                   5Cr.
Discuss and identify key components and concepts
of database servers; install the server; design and       An introduction to the theory, concepts, and
implement databases; create and manage tables;            reasoning behind software testing and automation.
design and configure server security; import and          Students learn how to create test scripts, how to
export data; automate administrative tasks through        create run and implement basic test projects, and
scheduled jobs; and monitor the server.                   how to create and run tests. Prerequisites: ITAD 123
Prerequisites: ITAD 141. (22:44:00)                       or ITAD 124. (44:22:00)

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                   ITAd    173     dATA MOdELING                     4Cr.      ITAd   254     OrACLE bACKuP
                                                                                              & rECOvEry                      4Cr.
                   Examine factors in the design process in developing
                   a systematic approach to effective solutions, explore       Students learn to identify the components that
                   data integrity in the database design, examine the          make up Net architecture, configure the server-side
                   basic concepts of data services design issues, data         network connection, configure the client-side
                   storage considerations, review designing data services      network connection, and identify and apply
                   and data modules, and database backup, restore and          centralized naming concepts. Prerequisites:
                   disaster recovery. Prerequisites: CISA 114. (22:44:00)      ITAD 251. (22:44:00)

                                                                               ITAd   255     OrACLE
                   ITAd    174     INTErMEdIATE xML/xSL              2Cr.                     AdMINISTrATION II               4Cr.
                   Students learn how to employ the MSXML stylesheet           Students learn to configure and tune Multi-
                   to view the output of an XSLT transformation as well        Threaded Server, use the Connection Manager utility,
                   as transform an XML document into both HTML and             troubleshoot the network, and establish and maintain
                   alternate XML documents, control XSLT output by             network security. Prerequisites: ITAD 253. (22:44:00)
                   using multiple templates and adding new content
                   during document processing, and utilize conditional         ITAd   256     OrACLE
                   elements to control XSLT processing flow.                                  PErfOrMANCE TuNING              4Cr.
                   Prerequisites: CISA 154 or instructor permission.           Reducing wait times, increasing users? productivity
                   (11:22:00)                                                  and maximizing the performance of an Oracle
                                                                               database are critical to success. Learn the value of
                   ITAd    211     ONLINE dOCuMENTATION                        intelligent database design and methods for tuning
                                   & dESIGN                          3Cr.      an Oracle database for maximum performance.
                   Focuses on developing information for computer and          Prerequisites: ITAD 255. (22:44:00)
                   other manufactured products, with an emphasis on
                   online help and hypertext delivery. Emphasizes the          ITAd   271     ObJECT OrIENTEd
                   contents, organization, format and style typical of                        PrOGrAMMING                     5Cr.
                   online documentation. An introduction to hypertext          An examination of the ideas of Object-Oriented
                   and web publishing. Prerequisites: ITAD 112 or              design and Object-Oriented software construction.
                   instructor permission. Recommended: ITAD 122,               Students learn the concepts of object-oriented
                   ITAD 154. (22:22:00)                                        analysis and programming in a language
                                                                               independent fashion, illustrated with specific
                   ITAd    225     SySTEMS SECurITy                  3Cr.      examples from a variety of programming languages.
                   A study of computer security system techniques              Prerequisites: ITAD 142. (44:22:00)
                   including authentication, activity logging, authorization
                   policies, biometrics, smartcard systems, intrusion          LEGL 112       LEGAL I                         4Cr.
                   countermeasures, and risk analysis. Prerequisites:          An introduction to legal career qualifications;
                   CSNT 121, CSNT 122, CSNT 128, CSNT 129, or                  confidentiality and ethics; law office telephones,
                   instructor permission. (11:44:00)                           filing, and business letter formatting. Legal
                                                                               terminology includes general law office and courts
                   ITAd    251     OrACLE fuNdAMENTALS               4Cr.      system terms and the beginning study of Latin legal
                   Students learn the concepts of Oracle and Oracle            terms. Keyboarding skill at 30 wpm is required.
                   Architecture and the Structured Query Language to           Prerequisites: Instructor permission. (33:22:00)
                   develop PL/SQL procedures. Prerequisites: CISA 114.
                   (22:44:00)                                                  LEGL 122       LEGAL dOCuMENT
                                                                                              & TrANSCrIPTION                 4Cr.
                   ITAd    252     OrACLE APPLICATIONS                         Students master transcription of general office
                                   dEvELOPMENT                       4Cr.      documents in this course. Records management
                   Students review the basics of PL/SQL, and are               and law office accounting are studied and related
                   introduced to Procedure Builder and Cursors, the            documents are prepared. Students examine and
                   concepts, uses, and code for Packages, Triggers,            prepare legal documents and complete law office
                   and Subprograms, and debugging Procedures and               simulated work. Prerequisites: LEGL 112. (33:22:00)
                   Functions. Prerequisites: ITAD 251. (22:44:00)
                                                                               LEGL 132       CIvIL LAW APPLICATIONS          4Cr.
                   ITAd    253     OrACLE                                      A study of property, corporate, and probate law
                                   AdMINISTrATION I                  4Cr.      processes and the United States court system.
                   Students learn to identify the components that              Includes the preparation of wills and court
                   make up Net architecture, configure the server-side         documents and introductory legal research.
                   network connection, configure the client-side               Prerequisites: LEGL 112, LEGL 122. (33:22:00)
                   network connection, and identify and apply
                   centralized naming concepts. Prerequisites:
                   ITAD 251. (22:44:00)
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LEGL 142        LITIGATION                        4Cr.     MACH 120       MATErIALS,
                                                                          MEASurING & CNC                  8Cr.
This course is a study of legal support staff duties
in regard to civil and criminal law, including             An intermediate-level overview of precision
preparation for trial, motions, discovery, dissolutions,   measurement including the use of height gauges,
adoptions, and appeal. Includes transcription of legal     bore gauges, comparators, and surface table
documents and use of the Lawyers? Directory and            gauging, inspection techniques and shop math.
legal messenger services and forms. Prerequisites:         Materials study includes identification of different
LEGL 112, LEGL 122, LEGL 132. (33:22:00)                   kinds and types of metals, along with their physical
                                                           and chemical properties. Prerequisites: MACH 110
LEGL 221        LAW LIbrAry                       5Cr.     or instructor permission. (55:66:00).
A study of the law library, including computer
                                                           MACH 122       MACH PrACTICE
research. This course covers commonly-used law                            TOOLS–TAP HANdLE,
books and reference materials, citation recognition,                      CLAMP & PuNCH                    8Cr.
library organization and maintenance, and out-of-          While making a tap handle, parallel clamp and
office library resources. Prerequisites: Enrollment        center punch students learn more advanced
in, or completion of the Legal Support Professional        tooling processes common to the machine trades.
Certificate program. (55:00:00)                            Prerequisites: MACH 110 or instructor permission.
                                                           (22:132:00)
LEGL 222        LAW OffICE ETHICS                 5Cr.
Study of ethics in the law office: responsibility of       MACH 124       CNC–INTrOduCTION                 8Cr.
client confidentiality, integrity, accountability, and     This course covers basic G-code programming,
loyalty. Also covered are the topics of taking             introduction to MasterCAM, CNC machine
documents from the office, personal use of                 operations, Coordinate systems, and PC to CNC
equipment and supplies, personal matters during            communication, as well as shop math. Prereq-
office time, trust monies, conflicts of interest, and      uisites: MACH 110 or instructor permission.
the Rules of Professional Conduct. (55:00:00)              (55:66:00)

LEGL 224        LITIGATION PrOCEdurES             5Cr.     MACH 130       bLuEPrINTS,
A study of civil and criminal litigation. This course                     TrIGONOMETry & CNC               8Cr.
covers the steps in a lawsuit from commencement            This course covers instruction and practice
through settlement, arbitration, or trail, and possibly    using sketches and prints. Working drawing
appeal. Other litigation steps included are responsive     interpretations applied to manufacturing
pleadings, discovery, motions, and review of the court     processes will be introduced. The student will
rules. (55:00:00)                                          also be introduced to geometric tolerancing
                                                           and dimensioning. Prerequisites: MACH 124 or
MACH 110        fuNdAMENTALS                               instructor permission. (55:66:00)
                Of MACHINING                      8Cr.
Students will learn theoretical and practical              MACH 132       MACH PrACTICE–
knowledge of shop safety, machine tools, tool                             THrEAdING PrOJECT,
                                                                          PrECISION GrINdING               8Cr.
geometry, blueprints, speed and feeds, precision           While making threading project students learn to
measuring, and basic shop math. Prerequisites:             calculate thread measurements, grind threading
MATH 080 and ABED 046 or equivalent placement              tool, set up and cut threads of various pitches. While
scores or instructor permission. (55:66:00)                making precision triangles, students will learn
                                                           heat treating and learn how to grind perpendicular
MACH 112        MACHINING PrACTICE
                C-CLAMP & PAPEr PuNCH             8Cr.     surfaces within .0002 inch tolerances. Prerequisites:
While making a C-Clamp and a Paper Punch students          MACH 124 or instructor permission. (22:132:00)
learn tooling processes common to the machine
trades, including grinding, turning, milling and           MACH 134       CNC PrACTICE–
                                                                          PrOGrAMMING &
drilling. Prerequisites: MATH 080 and ABED 046                            MASTErCAM                        8Cr.
or equivalent placement scores and MACH 110 or             This course covers more advanced G-code
instructor permission. (22:132:00)                         programming, continued work with MasterCAM and
                                                           CNC machine operations, Coordinate systems, and
                                                           PC to machine communication. Prerequisites:
                                                           MACH 124 or instructor permission. (22:132:00)




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                   MACH 210       PrACTICAL CNC                             MATH 070       ELEMENTS Of ArITHMETIC 5Cr.
                                  APPLICATIONS I                    3Cr.    In this course the student will study fractions,
                   Students will take the CNC and MasterCAM skills they     decimals, percents, and ratio and proportion through
                   have learned and start adding to their understanding     the use of the four basic mathematical operations
                   of computerized machines by combining many of            in both numeric and story problems. Students
                   the individual skills they have learned to create more   learn numeric symbol and word representations of
                   advanced projects as well as writing and editing of G    number. American household measurement will
                   and M code. Prerequisites: MATH 90 and ABED 46 or        also be covered. Story problem strategies will be
                   equivalent placement scores or instructor permission     emphasized. Prerequisites: ABED 030 or equivalent
                   or previous MasterCAM/CNC experience or MACH 124         placement score. (55:00:00)
                   (22:22:00)
                                                                            MATH 080       bASIC MATH                     5Cr.
                   MACH 215       PrACTICAL MASTErCAM                       Topics covered include fractions, decimals, ratio
                                  APPLICATIONS I                    3Cr.
                   This course is aimed at students who have a basic        and proportion, percents, graphs, geometry,
                   understanding of MasterCAM and are ready to start        measurement, trigonometry, signed numbers,
                   creating more complex geometry. We will focus            and solving simple algebraic equations. Students
                   on working in multiple axes on multiple surfaces,        are taught a systematic approach to solving word
                   and create tool paths on surfaces and wire frames.       problems and the use of a scientific calculator.
                   Prerequisites: MATH 90 and ABED 46 or equivalent         Prerequisites: ABED 040 or MATH 070 or equivalent
                   placement scores or instructor permission or             placement score. (55:00:00)
                   previous MasterCAM/CNC experience or MACH 124
                                                                            MATH 085       PrE-ALGEbrA rEvIEW           1-5Cr.
                   (22:22:00)
                                                                            An independent study course for students who have
                   MACH 220       PrACTICAL CNC
                                                                            completed MATH 080 but want stronger pre-algebra
                                  APPLICATIONS II                   3Cr.    skills before taking MATH 090. The course is broken
                   Students will take the CNC skills they have learned      into 5 modules: fractions, ratios and proportions
                   and acquire some of the finer details as well as         and percents, geometry, signed numbers, and simple
                   develop speed. They will add to their understanding      algebraic equations. Students may sign up for 1-5 of
                   of CNC’s by combining skills they have learned to        the modules. Prerequisites: MATH 080 and instructor
                   create more advanced projects, as well as continue       permission. (00:11-55:00)
                   to write and editing of G and M code. Prerequisites:
                   MATH 90 and ABED 46 or equivalent placement              MATH 090       INTrOduCTION
                                                                                           TO ALGEbrA                     5Cr.
                   scores or instructor permission or previous
                   MasterCAM/CNC experience or MACH 210 (22:22:00)          An introduction to basic algebraic concepts and
                                                                            operations. Equivalent to one year of high school
                   MACH 222       CAPSTONE PrOJECT–
                                                                            algebra and requires a considerable time commit-
                                  MACHINING                      11Cr.      ment. Includes solution of first and second degree
                   This capstone project lets students prove job            equations, linear graphs, inequalities, systems of
                   readiness by giving them a set of drawings and           equations, exponents, polynomials, and factoring.
                   materials needed to build a working assembly.            Prerequisites: MATH 080 or equivalent placement
                   Prerequisites: MACH 212, MATH 080, ENG 093               score. (55:00:00)
                   or equivalent placement scores or instructor
                   permission. (00:242:00)                                  MATH 095       fACTOrING MOduLE               1Cr.
                                                                            This course covers factoring polynomials, solving
                   MACH 225       PrACTICAL MASTErCAM                       quadratic equations through factoring, and
                                  APPLICATIONS II                   3Cr.    applications using quadratic equations and factoring.
                   This course is aimed at students who have a basic        This is a self-paced, independent study class which
                   understanding of MasterCAM and are ready to start        will help students improve their factoring skills in
                   creating more complex geometry. We will focus on         preparation for MATH 099. Prerequisites: Placement
                   working in multiple axes on multiple surfaces. The       by assessment. (00:22:00)
                   student will start working in solids. Prerequisites:
                   MATH 90 and ABED 46 or equivalent placement
                   scores or instructor permission or previous
                   MasterCAM/CNC experience or MACH 215 (22:22:00)




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MATH 099       INTErMEdIATE ALGEbrA             5Cr.      MATH 125       CALCuLuS II                       5Cr.
A one-quarter course in intermediate algebraic            This second-quarter calculus course includes the
concepts and operations. The course includes              study of integral calculus and its applications and
solution of equations of second and higher degree,        an introduction to differential equations. A graphing
factoring, rational expressions, roots and exponents,     calculator is required. Prerequisites: MATH 124 or
complex numbers, functions, and graphing.                 equivalent placement score. (55:00:00)
Rigorously paced, requiring a considerable time
commitment, it is equivalent to second year               MEdA 105       PrINCIPLES Of
                                                                         PHLEbOTOMy                        3Cr.
high school algebra. Prerequisites: MATH 090 or
equivalent placement score. (55:00:00)                    An overview of phlebotomy and the role of the
                                                          phlebotomist in health care. Study includes
MATH 102       QuANTITATIvE
                                                          circulatory system, infection control, clinical
               rEASONING                        5Cr.      laboratory safety, and phlebotomy procedures
This course covers topics from trigonometry, set          and equipment. Prerequisites: Admission into the
theory and logic, exponential and logarithmic             Medical Assisting Program or instructor permission.
functions, and statistics and quality control.            (33:00:00)
Applications to industry and general applications will
be stressed. Prerequisites: MATH 090 or equivalent        MEdA 106       PHLEbOTOMy
                                                                         INTErNSHIP SEMINAr                2Cr.
placement score. (55:00:00)
                                                          Discussion, problem-solving, and evaluation
MATH 107       MATH fOr
                                                          phlebotomy skills gained in internship. Job search
               NON-SCIENCE MAJOrS               5Cr.      skills, resume writing and interview strategies.
This is a terminal course in mathematics which            Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MEDA 299
covers a variety of topics often encountered in many      (Phlebotomy Internship) (11:11:00)
fields of study. A variety of topics that are generally
discussed are probability, statistics, history, finance   MEdA 114       COdING/bILLING/
                                                                         INSurANCE                         3Cr.
and modeling. Prerequisites: MATH 099 or equivalent
placement score. (55:00:00)                               Introduction of insurance terminology, terms,
                                                          phrases and abbreviations. Learn ICD-9 coding, CPT
MATH 114       PrE-CALCuLuS I                   5Cr.
                                                          coding, and HCFA-1500 billing forms. (22:22:00)
Course includes the study of polynomial, rational,
                                                          MEdA 115       LAW & ETHICS                      4Cr.
exponential, and logarithmic functions. Students
will solve multi-step problems and use a graphing         Overview of the legal system; ethical concerns
calculator. Prerequisites: MATH 099 or equivalent         and legal considerations for medical office staff;
placement score. (55:00:00)                               medical records management; knowledge of
                                                          medical contracts, exploration of workplace
MATH 115       PrE-CALCuLuS II                  5Cr.
                                                          legalities, historical and social issues, and workplace
Course includes the study of the trigonometric            responsibilities. (44:00:00)
functions and their inverses, vectors, systems of
                                                          MEdA 116       MEdICAL TErMINOLOGy               5Cr.
equations and inequalities, conic sections, polar
coordinates, and parametric equations.                    Basic structure of medical terms including Greek
Prerequisites: MATH 114 or equivalent placement           and Latin roots, prefixes, suffixes, word analysis,
score. (55:00:00)                                         spelling, and pronunciation. An overview of
                                                          anatomical terms with an introduction to the basic
MATH 120       STATISTICS                       5Cr.
                                                          concepts of health and disease. (55:00:00)
 This course covers organization and graphical
                                                          MEdA 117       CLINICAL PrOCEdurES I             4Cr.
representation of data, probability theory and
distributions, sample size computations, Central          Introduction to clinical procedures in the medical
Limit Theorem, hypothesis testing, confidence             office including charting, medical asepsis, vital
interval estimation, linear regression, correlation       signs, universal blood and body substance
analysis goodness-of-fit tests. Prerequisites:            precautions and assisting with exams. Prerequisites:
MATH 099 (55:00:00)                                       Admission to the Medical Assistant program.
                                                          Immunizations required; see adviser for current list.
MATH 124       CALCuLuS I                       5Cr.
                                                          (22:44:00)
This first-quarter calculus course includes the study
                                                          MEdA 127       CLINICAL PrOCEdurES II            4Cr.
of function limits, and emphasizes differential
calculus and its applications. Prerequisites:             Intermediate clinical skills including infection
MATH 115 or equivalent placement score. (55:00:00)        control, minor surgery, eye and ear procedures
                                                          and EKG. Prerequisites: MEDA 117 (11:66:00)


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                   MEdA 132        MEdICAL COMPuTEr APPS 4Cr.                 MEdA 299       PHLEbOTOMy INTErNSHIP 4Cr.
                   Computerized medical billing simulation includes           The Internship work experience offers students the
                   scheduling patients, establishing accounts, posting        opportunity to further their skills by working at an
                   charges, changes to the account, month-end activity        approved job site. Work objectives will be developed
                   and insurance tracking. Prerequisites: CISA 101 or         to enable the student to acquire on-the-job skills in
                   instructor permission. (22:44:00)                          a learning environment. Prerequisites: Instructor
                                                                              permission. (00:00:132)
                   MEdA 133        MEdICAL OffICE SKILLS            3Cr.
                   Medical office procedures including accounts               METr 111       MEdICAL
                   receivable/payable, payroll, inventory control, billing                   TrANSCrIPTION I                  5Cr.
                   procedures, collections, scheduling guidelines and         The first of five Internet-based distance learning
                   telephone techniques related to the medical office.        courses in the medical transcription program.
                   (22:22:00)                                                 The medical transcription program takes five
                                                                              consecutive quarters to complete; courses cannot be
                   MEdA 137        CLINICAL PrOCEdurES III 5Cr.               taken concurrently, as each course develops skills
                   Advanced clinical skills including, laboratory and         that subsequent courses will build upon. Medical
                   radiology procedures, and specialty examinations.          terminology and anatomy is integrated into the
                   Prerequisites: MEDA 127 or instructor permission.          program. Typing speed of 45 corrected words per
                   (33:44:00)                                                 minute (test given the first night of class), knowledge
                                                                              of Microsoft Word, access to internet and e-mail
                   MEdA 138        PHArMACOLOGy                     4Cr.      (from home or college lab), and ability to work
                   Basic concepts of pharmacology including legal             independently are all required. (00:110:00)
                   issues, drug reactions and an overview of the most
                   frequently prescribed medications. Prerequisites:          METr 121       MEdICAL
                                                                                             TrANSCrIPTION II                 5Cr.
                   BIOL 212. (44:00:00)                                       The second of five Internet-based distance learning
                                                                              courses in the medical transcription program. The
                   MEdA 216        AIdS TrAINING                    1Cr.
                                                                              medical transcription program takes five consecutive
                   Overview of AIDS including concepts of immunity
                                                                              quarters to complete; courses cannot be taken
                   and related diseases. Exceeds Washington state
                                                                              concurrently, as each course develops skills that
                   seven-hour minimum requirement for healthcare
                                                                              subsequent courses will build upon.
                   workers. (11:00:00)
                                                                              Prerequisites: METR 111. (00:110:00)
                   MEdA 218        PHLEbOTOMy LAb                   3Cr.
                                                                              METr 131       MEdICAL
                   Laboratory hours provide students with hands on                           TrANSCrIPTION III                5Cr.
                   activities to gain skill competency in venipuncture        The third of five Internet-based distance learning
                   and capillary specimen collection. Prerequisites:          courses in the medical transcription program. The
                   MEDA 216. (00:88:00)                                       medical transcription program takes five consecutive
                                                                              quarters to complete; courses cannot be taken
                   MEdA 238        MEdICATION                                 concurrently, as each course develops skills that
                                   AdMINISTrATION                   2Cr.
                                                                              subsequent courses will build upon.
                   Basic concepts of pharmacology including legal
                                                                              Prerequisites: METR 121. (00:110:00)
                   issues, dosage calculation, administration, injections,
                   safety practices for administering medications.
                                                                              METr 211       MEdICAL
                   Prerequisites: MATH 080, MEDA 117 or instructor                           TrANSCrIPTION Iv                 5Cr.
                   permission. (11:22:00)                                     The fourth of five Internet-based distance learning
                                                                              courses in the medical transcription program. The
                   MEdA 293        MEdICAL ASSISTING                          medical transcription program takes five consecutive
                                   INTErNSHIP SEMINAr               2Cr.
                                                                              quarters to complete; courses cannot be taken
                   Discussion, problem-solving, and evaluation of
                                                                              concurrently, as each course develops skills that
                   experience gained in internship. Prerequisites:
                                                                              subsequent courses will build upon.
                   Concurrent enrollment in MEDA 294. (11:00:00)
                                                                              Prerequisites: METR 131. (00:110:00)
                   MEdA 294        MEdICAL ASSISTANT
                                   INTErNSHIP                       5Cr.
                   Application of all administrative and clinical skills in
                   a four-week, unpaid experience in a medical office.
                   Prerequisites: Instructor permission and concurrent
                   enrollment in MEDA 293. (00:00:169)



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METr 221       MEdICAL                                    MMdP 110       STrEAMING AudIO                  3Cr.
               TrANSCrIPTION v                   5Cr.     Introduction to using RealNetworks, SoundEdit 16
The fifth of five Internet-based distance learning        and Quicktime to allow sound to be streamed over
courses in the medical transcription program. The         the Internet. Skills will be taught through lecture
medical transcription program takes five consecutive      and tutorials. Skills will be demonstrated by eight
quarters to complete; courses cannot be taken             audio projects that effectively stream over the
concurrently, as each course develops skills that         Internet. Prerequisites: ITAD 112 (22:22:00)
subsequent courses will build upon. Prerequisites:
METR 211. (00:110:00)                                     MMdP 111       STrEAMING vIdEO                  3Cr.
                                                          Introduction to using RealNetworks, Premiere and
MMdP 101       INTrOduCTION TO MAC               1Cr.     Quicktime to allow video to be streamed over the
An introduction to the Macintosh Operating                Internet. Skills will be taught through lecture and
System covering basics such as on/off, initializing       tutorials. Skills will be demonstrated by eight video
applications, saving to diskettes, zips, desktop, to      projects that effectively stream over the Internet.
more advanced issues such as troubleshooting              Prerequisites: ITAD 112 (22:22:00)
problems with the network hookup to the computers,
learning about AppleTalk, working with networked          MMdP 112       HISTOry Of
printers. (00:22:00)                                                     ELECTrONIC GAMES                 3Cr.
                                                          Overview of electronic games, including arcade
MMdP 102       2-d GrAPHIC dESIGN                5Cr.     games, console games and computer games.
This course covers exploration of the two-dimension-      Naming genre pioneers and changes based on
al design process including problem identification        technology. Discussing the basics of commercial
leading to the development of alternate solutions.        viability and marketing. (22:22:00)
Equivalent to ART 102. (44:22:00)
                                                          MMdP 114       HuMAN LIfE drAWING               4Cr.
MMdP 103       STOrybOArd                                 This class focuses on teaching students the
               dEvELOPMENT I                     3Cr.     fundamentals of the human form. This class is
In-depth study of basic drawing skills, sketching prin-   needed because being able to correctly create
ciples, communication through the drawn object,           the likeness of the human form requires an
and finally, storyboarding - the ability to express       understanding of the fundamental aspects of
on paper to an employer, client or fellow designer.       the skeleton, muscle structures and movement.
(22:22:00)                                                Understanding the human form is part of good
                                                          character design for production, part of creating
MMdP 104       COLOr THEOry I                    3Cr.     realistic movements for animation and part of
In-depth study of the interaction of color essential      gesture drawing for story boarding. Students will
to effective design, prepress, and printing careers.      leave the class with the ability to create the human
Both subtractive (print) and additive (screen) color      form based on knowledge of the skeletal and
properties will be examined. (22:22:00)                   muscular structures that create structure in the
                                                          body. Model with oil base clay to understand form
MMdP 105       STOrybOArd
               dEvELOPMENT II                    4Cr.     in three dimensional space. Equivalent to ART 105.
This course will continue with hands-on drawing           (22:44:00)
exercises that explain a concept on paper through
                                                          MMdP 115       frEEHANd I                       4Cr.
drawing, and finally, several concepts in sequence.
Gain a further understanding of the communication         Covers the fundamentals and essential properties
visually between employee and employer, graphic           of Freehand. Skill taught include commands,
designer and client, and designer to designer.            menus, tools, palettes, and illustration techniques.
Prerequisites: MMDP 103, MMDP 114. (22:44:00)             (22:44:00)

                                                          MMdP 117       TyPOGrAPHy I                     3Cr.
MMdP 106       COLOr THEOry II                   3Cr.
Continued in-depth study of the interaction of color      This course covers typographic principles, type
essential to effective design, prepress, printing, and    history, design considerations when working
screen graphics careers. Both subtractive (print)         with type for print and web, font design, typeface
and additive (screen) color properties will be            identification strategies, and font formats/
examined. Additive, or screen color interaction will      management. Recommended prerequisites:
be emphasized during the quarter.                         Completion or concurrent enrollment in any of the
Prerequisites: MMDP 104. (22:22:00)                       following: MMDP 121, MMDP 129, MMDP 126, or
                                                          CISA 121. (11:44:00)



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                   MMdP 119       vIdEO PrOduCTION                 5Cr.      MMdP 128       dIGITAL PHOTOGrAPHy               4Cr.
                   Students will learn principles of video writing,          Students will learn digital photography to achieve a
                   storyboarding, scripting for commercials, and basic       solid foundation in both the technical and creative
                   director definitions to identify and justify program      photographic processes. Prerequisites: MMDP 102,
                   concepts. (44:22:00)                                      MMDP 103, or instructor permission. (22:44:00)

                   MMdP 121       ILLuSTrATOr I                    4Cr.      MMdP 129       QuArK                             5Cr.
                   Covers the fundamentals and essential properties          Course covers the page layout techniques used in
                   of Illustrator. Skills taught include commands,           high-end publishing software to combine text and
                   menus, tools, drawing, and illustration techniques.       graphics into finished publications. Prerequisites:
                   (22:44:00)                                                MMDP 101 or CISA 116. (44:22:00)

                   MMdP 122       PHOTOSHOP I                      4Cr.      MMdP 130       CArTOONING                        4Cr.
                   Covers digital image fundamentals of PhotoShop.           Introduction to the art of cartooning. Students
                   Skills taught include commands, codes, menus,             will learn how to draw animation and design
                   tools, palettes, scanner operation, terminology,          characters. They will learn more storyboarding
                   output, filters, masks, layers, composition, image file   and Anime (Japanese animation techniques) so
                   formats-JPEG, PICT, and TIFF. (22:44:00)                  popular in the computer animation field, as well as
                                                                             using Photoshop to help express these characters.
                   MMdP 123       fLASH I                          4Cr.      Prerequisites: MMDP 103, MMDP 104, MMDP 114,
                   Create Web site graphics and animation using Photo-       MMDP 122. (22:44:00)
                   Shop, Fireworks and Flash to produce a dynamic Web
                   site. Prerequisites: MMDP 101 or                          MMdP 131       POST PrOduCTION                   3Cr.
                   CISA 116. (22:44:00)                                      Emphasis on using Discreet’s Combustion software
                                                                             to correct, alter, composite, and create effects within
                   MMdP 124       3-d ANIMATION I                  4Cr.      an existing video. Students will also manipulate
                   Introduction to 3-D imaging and animation with            sound files. Students will learn how to use software
                   emphasis on construction and rendering of images.         in conjunction with other software packages such
                   The animation student will receive a broader range        as Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Maya, and
                   of employment opportunities. Alias certified training     Photoshop. Prerequisites: MMDP 122. (11:44:00)
                   curriculum will be utilized. Prerequisites: MMDP 103,
                   MMDP 122. (22:44:00)                                      MMdP 132       WEb GrAPHICS                      4Cr.
                                                                             Creating Web site graphics and animation using
                   MMdP 125       dIrECTOr I                       4Cr.      PhotoShop, Fireworks and Flash to create a dynamic
                   This course covers the operations of Macromedia           Web site. Prerequisites: MMDP 121, MMDP 122.
                   Director and related usage of Lingo. Prerequisites:       (22:44:00)
                   MMDP 121 and/or MMDP 122 and/or MMDP 115.
                   (22:44:00)                                                MMdP 133       drEAMWEAvEr                       4Cr.
                                                                             Create dynamic Web sites with Dreamweaver.
                   MMdP 126       INdESIGN I                       4Cr.      Enhance your site design skills as you learn
                   Course covers page layout design and production           Dreamweaver’s basic site building tools and
                   using Adobe InDesign. Simple to moderately                the advanced toolset that includes style sheets,
                   complex page design will be completed using               layers, behaviors, timelines, libraries, and exten-
                   tutorials and real-world projects. Efficient methods      sions. Concurrent enrollment in MMDP 153 is
                   of accomplishing page layout will be identified,          recommended but not required. Prerequisites:
                   and student’s layout and typographic knowledge            ITAD 112, MMDP 122. (22:44:00)
                   expanded. Prerequisites: MMDP 122, MMDP 121,
                   and either CISA 121 or MMDP 129. (22:44:00)               MMdP 134       3d MATErIALS
                                                                                            & METHOdS                         4Cr.
                   MMdP 127       THE uNrEAL Ed                    4Cr.      Students learn the skills necessary to apply bitmap
                   This course leads students through moving 3D              images onto 3D models as well as create various
                   content into a game engine. Students will learn the       special effects. Students will practice how to craft
                   basic functionality of the UNREAL Editor, including       their own material/textures in Photoshop and then
                   modeling, 3D art placement, textures, and triggers.       apply them to 3D models. Students will also focus
                   The resulting levels will be tested in the UNREAL         on UV mapping and shading networks. Prerequisites:
                   Engine. Prerequisites: MMDP 105, MMDP 122,                MMDP 103, MMDP 104, MMDP 105, MMDP 122,
                   MMDP 124, MMDP 130, MMDP 134, MMDP 137,                   MMDP 124. (22:44:00)
                   MMDP 138, MMDP 144, MMDP 165. (22:44:00)


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MMdP 135       frEEHANd II                       4Cr.     MMdP 143        fLASH II                           4Cr.
This course covers advanced understanding of              Creating complex animated web graphics using
“vector- building” skills using advanced Path             actionscript. Prerequisites: MMDP 123. (22:44:00)
operations and Xtra tools. Using layers to manage
complex illustrations. Creating multiple page             MMdP 144        3-d ANIMATION II                   4Cr.
documents utilizing styles and text formatting.           Continuation of 3-D Animation I. Emphasis on
Advanced type manipulation with envelopes and             continuing with the Alias courseware used in 3-D
special effects. Proper file conversion for exporting.    Animation I. Prerequisites: MMDP 122, MMDP 124.
Understanding appropriate color management                (44:22:00)
for separations. Applying separations to various
mediums. Prerequisites: MMDP 115. (22:44:00)              MMdP 146        INdESIGN II                        4Cr.
                                                          This course covers intermediate/advanced page-
MMdP 136       INTrOduCTION TO                            layout design and production techniques using
               MEL SCrIPTING                     4Cr.     Adobe InDesign. Moderately complex page design
Emphasis on using Alias System’s MAYA software            will be completed. Students will refine page-layout
to create custom user interface tools for specific        skills and improve production skills. Prerequisites:
industry needs. Students will be introduced to basic      MMDP 126. (22:44:00)
programming and Maya’s data flow, syntax, and
related concepts. Students will spend the majority of     MMdP 149        QuArK II                           4Cr.
class learning MEL and Expressions. Prerequisites:        This course covers advanced multiple page-layout
MMDP 124, MMDP 144. (22:44:00)                            integrating graphics, successful design techniques
                                                          and addresses layering using Quarks features, and
MMdP 137       LIGHTING & COMPOSITION 4Cr.                working in a complex document. It will also address
This course will introduce students to the basics of      separations, how to manage color for production,
lighting. Students will learn the techniques behind       how to prepare ?working file? successfully for
successful lighting as well as learning how to position   print, using proper “Pre-Flight” techniques, and
3D objects in a scene in order to maximize shadow         constraints of client restrictions and print efficiently.
and reflection. Students will also learn to light a       Prerequisites: MMDP 129. (22:44:00)
scene that will render most efficiently. Prerequisites:
MMDP 104, MMDP 105, MMDP 122, MMDP 124.                   MMdP 150        CHArACTEr STudy                    4Cr.
(22:44:00)                                                Companion to 3D Animation I & II. Emphasis
                                                          on animating characters and the articulation of
MMdP 138       INTrOduCTION TO                            emotions and personality of a character through the
               LEvEL dESIGN                      4Cr.
This course will introduce students to the basics         use of a high-end 3D animation package. Students
of Level Design. Students will learn the techniques       will animate a character as well as learn lip sync.
behind Level Design as well as Level Design theory.       Prerequisites: MMDP 103, MMDP 114, MMDP 124.
Current software will be used. Prerequisites:             (22:44:00)
MMDP 104, MMDP 105, MMDP 122, MMDP 124,
                                                          MMdP 151        STrEAMING MEdIA I                  3Cr.
MMDP 130, MMDP 144, MMDP 157. (22:44:00)
                                                          Students will learn the theory and practical aspects
MMdP 139       dIGITAL A/v EdITING               5Cr.
                                                          of streaming media content production and delivery,
This course covers basic audio/video editing using        selection and tradeoffs to support different target
Final Cut Pro. (44:22:00)                                 audiences and content formats, creating effective
                                                          content, factors that affect the planning and
MMdP 141       ILLuSTrATOr II                    4Cr.
                                                          execution of live webcasts, and options to
Continuation of the presentation of the Adobe             monetize content. Prerequisites: ITAD 112,
Illustrator software vector graphics program. Covers      MMDP 122, MMDP 139 or instructor permission.
text attributes, type special effects, transformation     (22:22:00)
tools and techniques, masking, designing with
                                                          MMdP 152        LAyOuT GrAPHIC dESIGN              3Cr.
patterns and graphs. Prerequisites: MMDP 121.
(22:44:00)                                                Designed to use PhotoShop, PageMaker and/or
                                                          QuarkXpress to work though exercises developed to
MMdP 142       PHOTOSHOP II                      4Cr.
                                                          stimulate imagination, develop capacity for critical
Advanced application of PhotoShop techniques              thinking, and foster an understanding of the creative
including collage techniques, photo retouching, color     process. Prerequisites: MMDP 121, CISA 121 or
correction, layer manipulation and layer masks.           MMDP 129. (11:44:00)
Self-directed projects. Prerequisites:
MMDP 122. (22:44:00)

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                   MMdP 153       WEb dESIGN                        3Cr.     MMdP 164        dEMO rEEL                         8Cr.
                   Strategies for effective marketing sites with emphasis    Course includes 3-D imaging, animation, Demo
                   on design of the Web site. Navigational planning and      reel production, and Program Adobe Premiere,
                   practical ways to keep browsers coming back to your       with the emphasis being on Demo reel production/
                   site for more. Necessary updating and maintenance         construction and image rendering. Student will
                   strategies. Prerequisites: ITAD 112, MMDP 122.            storyboard script and create a 3D short film.
                   (22:22:00)                                                Prerequisites: MMDP 124, 144, 157, 165, 139, 150,
                                                                             250, 105, 130, 134, 174. (44:88:00)
                   MMdP 154       AdObE ACrObAT                     5Cr.
                   This course covers electronic publishing techniques       MMdP 165        3d fOr GAMES I                    4Cr.
                   using the Adobe Acrobat set of programs.                  Students construct and map “Low Polygon” 3D
                   Prerequisites: MMDP 121 or MMDP 126 or                    characters of their own design. Students practice
                   MMDP 129. (44:22:00)                                      various modeling and skinning techniques,
                                                                             construct their own texture map for this character
                   MMdP 157       INTrOduCTION TO                            in Photoshop, animate and render this character in
                                  GAME dESIGN                       4Cr.     various small sequences. Prerequisites: MMDP 122,
                   Introduction to basic concepts: storyboards, project      124, 144, 130, 104, 105. (22:44:00)
                   planning, marketing, and principles of creating
                   a prototype for interactive media, organization of        MMdP 168        AdvANCEd drEAMWEAvEr/
                   resources and procedures essential to producing                           fIrEWOrKS           4Cr.
                   presentation images. Discovering the workflow             Dreamweaver and Fireworks are tightly integrated.
                   necessary to effective presentations.                     Students will create dynamic Web sites using both
                   Prerequisites: MMDP 103, MMDP 122. (22:44:00)             advanced Dreamweaver skills and Fireworks to create
                                                                             and optimize their site graphics. Enhance your site
                   MMdP 158       PrEPrESS I                        4Cr.     design skills as you learn the basic site building
                   An introduction to the processes necessary to             tools in Dreamweaver and the advanced tool set that
                   produce high quality, professional caliber printed        includes style sheets, layers, behaviors, timelines,
                   documents. Focus is on pre-flight elements that are       libraries, and extensions. Prerequisites: MMDP 133,
                   necessary to prepare Postscript files for print includ-   MMDP 122, ITAD 112. Concurrent registration in
                   ing separations, font selection, terminology, color       MMDP 132 or MMDP 153 is recommended, but not
                   management, graphics file preparation, and paper          required. (22:44:00)
                   selection. Types of printing presses, including offset,
                   web and digital are explored, and students gain an        MMdP 170        MuLTIMEdIA GrAPHICS               5Cr.
                   understanding of projects that are appropriate for        This class teaches students how to create a smooth
                   each type of press. Impositions and layout on parent      workflow using various professional software
                   sheets are reviewed. Also discussed are developing        applications to create a motion graphics production.
                   working relationships with service bureaus                Prerequisites: MMDP 119, MMDP 139, MMDP 154.
                   and printers. Prerequisites: MMDP 121, and either         (44:22:00)
                   MMDP 126 or MMDP 129. (22:44:00)
                                                                             MMdP 174        TEAM PrOJECT                      8Cr.
                   MMdP 159       dIGITAL A/v EdITING II            5Cr.     This course will help students utilize their teamwork
                   Advanced audio/video editing with Final Cut Pro.          skills while working in groups on a short 3D
                   Prerequisites: MMDP 139. (44:22:00)                       animation movie. Students will command various
                                                                             roles while working on the movie in a team such as
                   MMdP 160       dIGITAL SOuNd/                             Art Director, Production Artist, Illustrator, and Editor.
                                  AudIO EdITING                     5Cr.     Prerequisites: MMDP 124, 144, 165, 157, 134, 137,
                   Multi-track digital/audio production. This course         105, 130 114, 105, 127, 122. (44:88:00)
                   introduces the multi-track digital/audio production
                   process with a basic course in multi-track digital        MMdP 176        3d fOr GAMES II                   4Cr.
                   audio production. (44:22:00)                              Students construct and map “High Polygon” 3D
                                                                             characters and objects of their own design. Students
                   MMdP 162       PHOTOSHOP III                     4Cr.     practice various modeling and skinning techniques,
                   Advanced use of PhotoShop integrated with Illustra-       construct their own texture maps for character and
                   tor and other Graphics programs. Emphasis will be         objects in Photoshop. Students learn key attributes
                   placed on the integration of compatible software          of advanced modeling. Prerequisites: MMDP 122,
                   Self-directed projects. Prerequisites: MMDP 142.          MMDP 124, MMDP 144, MMDP 165. (22:44:00)
                   (22:44:00)



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MMdP 178       PrEPrESS II                       4Cr.    MMdP 250        CHArACTEr rIGGING                  4Cr.
Advanced prepress skills necessary to prepare            Companion to 3D Animation I, II, and Character
files for print on digital or offset/web presses.        Study. Emphasis on advanced rigging, animation
Necessary software setups including installing PPDs      of characters, and the articulation of joints and
& efficient font management, Postscript & PDF file       movement through the use of a high-end 3D
preparation, data-base driven personalized print         animation package. Trax editing will be learned as
projects, troubleshooting Postscript errors, and         well. Prerequisites: MMDP 114, MMDP 122,
correct preflight processes emphasized. Other output     MMDP 124. (22:44:00)
media, including embroidery, silkscreening, and
engraving will be covered. Prerequisites: MMDP 121,      NurS 105        MEdICAL TErMINOLOGy                5Cr.
MMDP 158, and either MMDP 126 or MMDP 129.               Basic structure of medical terms including Greek
(22:44:00)                                               and Latin roots, prefixes, suffixes, word analysis,
                                                         spelling, and pronunciation. An overview of
MMdP 179       dvd AuTHOrING                     5Cr.    anatomical terms with an introduction to the basic
DVD Authoring covers the definition of DVD,              concepts of health and disease. Prerequisites:
hardware requirements, creating source material,         ENGL 093, IFAD 158 or equivalent, COME 120 or
and encoding video and audio. Prerequisites:             instructor permission. Co-requisites: NURS 105,
MMDP 122, MMDP 139 and MMDP 159. (44:22:00)              NURS 108, NURS 109 (55:00:00)

MMdP 180       INTrOduCTION TO                           NurS 107        NurSING
               3d STudIO MAx                     4Cr.                    ASSISTANT THEOry                   5Cr.
Students learn the fundamentals of 3D Max, a second      This course will introduce students to the role,
3D program used in the gaming industry. This             responsibilities, and skills required of a nursing
course will build on students’ general knowledge         assistant. The students will be introduced to health
of 3D learned in Maya, but relate it to doing similar    care concepts including scientific principles,
functionalities in 3D Max. Prerequisites:                communication, infection and infection control,
MMDP 122, MMDP 124, MMDP 144, MMDP 150,                  vital sign measurement, safety and mobility issues,
MMDP 165. (22:44:00)                                     patient care, patient comfort, nutrition concepts.
                                                         Prerequisites: ENGL 093, IFAD 158 or equivalent,
MMdP 190       dIGITAL PrESENTATION              2Cr.    COME 120 or instructor permission. Co-requisites:
This course covers the essential techniques of           NURS 105, NURS 108, NURS 109 (55:00:00)
portfolio preparation utilizing the complete package
of software in the Computer Graphics programs.           NurS 108        NurSING ASSISTANT LAb              3Cr.
Basic portfolio preparation will be demonstrated.        This course will give students an opportunity to
Efficient and practical printing techniques, color       integrate Nursing Assistant theory into practice
application and text formatting will be identified and   while in a lab environment. Students will practice
an understanding of basic printing procedures will be    and demonstrate an understanding of the skills
achieved. Prerequisites: MMDP 121, MMDP 122, and         necessary to provide safe care to the health care client.
either CISA 121 or MMDP 129. (00:44:00)                  Prerequisites: ENGL 093 or equivalent placement
                                                         score, IFAD 158 or equivalent, COME 120 or equivalent
MMdP 195       CAPSTONE PrOJECT                  5Cr.    Nursing Assistant Registration. Co-requisites:
The final or showcase project in a MMDP certificate      NURS 105, NURS 107, NURS 109 (00:66:00)
course of studies. Prerequisites: Instructor
permission. Co-requisites: MMDP 196. (44:22:00)          NurS 109        NurSING ASSISTANT
                                                                         PrACTICuM                          3Cr.
MMdP 196       CAPSTONE PrOJECT LAb              3Cr.    This course will give students an opportunity to
Independent project work in any MMDP cer-                integrate the learning from Nursing Assistant Theory
tificate course of studies. Prerequisites: Instructor    and Lab skills into the clinical environment caring
permission. Co-requisites: MMDP 195. (00:66:00)          for healthcare clients. Prerequisites: ENGL 093,
                                                         IFAD 158 or equivalent, COME 120 or instructor
MMdP 202       SurvEy Of WESTErN                         permission. Co-requisites: NURS 105, NURS 107,
               ArT–MEdIEvAL &                            NURS 108 (00:66:00)
               rENAISSANCE                       5Cr.
This course examines the arts of the Byzantine           NurS 110        INTrOduCTION TO
Empire, Islam, and Western Christendom through                           PATHOPHySIOLOGy                    3Cr.
1520 AD. This course traces the artistic creativity      Introductory course in use of critical thinking
of the people who lived during the Early Christian,      in application of scientific knowledge, nursing
Medieval and Renaissance periods of history; that is,    process into the physiological response to health
from about 1 AD to about 1540. Equivalent to             disturbances. Co-requisites: NURS 111, NURS 112,
ART 202. (55:00:00)                                      NURS 113, NURS 116, NURS 117. (33:00:00)
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                   NurS 111        NurSING fOuNdATIONS               4Cr.    NurS 122       MEdICAL-SurGICAL
                   Introductory course in the fundamentals of nursing                       NurSING I PrACTICuM              5Cr.
                   care focused to foster global and cultural awareness.     Opportunity for the student to continue to apply
                   Provides theoretical background and introduces the        and expand nursing skills, critical thinking skills,
                   nursing process emphasizing roles of the LPN and RN.      and communication skills in an acute care setting.
                   Prerequisites; Instructor Permission. Co-requisites:      Prerequisites: NURS 110, NURS 111, NURS 112,
                   NURS 110, NURS 112, NURS 113, NURS 116,                   NURS 113, NURS 116, NURS 117. Co-requisites:
                   NURS 117 (44:00:00)                                       NURS 121, NURS 128, NURS 129 (00:110:00)

                   NurS 112        NurSING fOuNdATIONS                       NurS 128       SKILLS LAb II                    2Cr.
                                   PrACTICuM                         2Cr.    The second of a two course series introducing the
                   This course allows the student to apply introductory      nursing student to the process and rationale of nurs-
                   critical thinking skills, observe the nursing process,    ing skills and procedures. Didactic instruction and
                   practice communication techniques, and demonstrate        supervised practice of intermediate nursing skills in
                   basic nursing skills in a long-term care setting.         a laboratory environment. Prerequisites: NURS 110,
                   Prerequisites: Instructor Permission                      NURS 111, NURS 112, NURS 113, NURS 116,
                   Co-requisites: NURS 110, NURS 111, NURS 113,              NURS 117 Co-requisites: NURS 121, NURS 122,
                   NURS 116, NURS 117 (00:44:00)                             NURS 129 (11:22:00)

                   NurS 113        HEALTH ASSESSMENT                         NurS 129       HEALTH ASSESSMENT &
                                   & PrOMOTION I                     2Cr.                   PrOMOTION II                     2Cr.
                   Introduction to the concepts of health promotion          The second of a two course series that introduces the
                   throughout the life span as a basis for performing a      nursing student to concepts and processes of health
                   total client assessment. Critical thinking skills and     assessment and promotion of the adult client and
                   cultural needs are included. Combined lecture and         special populations. Prerequisites: NURS 110,
                   laboratory practice on a well adult. Prerequisites:       NURS 111, NURS 112, NURS 113, NURS 116,
                   Instructor Permission. (11:22:00)                         NURS 117. Co-requisites: NURS 121, NURS 122,
                                                                             NURS 128 (11:22:00)
                   NurS 116        COMMuNICATION
                                   PrOCESSES IN NurSING              2Cr.    NurS 131       MEdICAL-SurGICAL
                   Introduction to the principles of therapeutic                            NurSING II                       4Cr.
                   communication and techniques for use with clients,        Introduces common disturbances of homeostasis
                   families, and co-workers. Students identify patterns      across the adult life span. Students continue to build
                   of communication and explore common blocks to             on knowledge gained in prerequisite course work in
                   effective communication. Prerequisites; Instructor        developing an understanding of disease processes
                   Permission. Co-requisites; NURS 110, NURS 111,            and the role of the nurse in the care of clients with
                   NURS 112, NURS 113, NURS 117 (22:00:00)                   altered functioning related to disease processes.
                                                                             Prerequisites: NURS 121, NURS 122, NURS 128,
                   NurS 117        SKILLS LAb I                      2Cr.    NURS 129. (44:00:00)
                   The first of a two-course series introducing the
                   nursing student to the process and rationale of basic     NurS 132       MEdICAL-SurGICAL
                   nursing skills and procedures. Didactic instruction                      NurSING II PrACTICuM             5Cr.
                   and supervised practice of basic nursing skills in a      Opportunity for the student to continue to expand
                   laboratory environment. Prerequisites: Instructor         and integrate critical thinking skills, knowledge of
                   Permission. Co-requisites: NURS 110, NURS 111,            the nursing process, communication techniques,
                   NURS 112, NURS 113, NURS 116 (11:22:00)                   and technical skills in an acute care setting.
                                                                             Prerequisites: NURS 121, NURS 122, NURS 128,
                   NurS 121        MEdICAL-SurGICAL                          NURS 129. (00:110:00)
                                   NurSING I                         4Cr.
                   The first of two courses covering nursing care as         NurS 134       INTrOduCTION TO