Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule - South Suburban by yaosaigeng

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									Spring       Continuing
             Education

2013         Non-Credit
              Schedule




South Suburban College
Easy Steps to Register




New Non-Credit Students                                                 You are now logged in and your name should appear in the upper
                                                                        right corner after “Welcome.”
  First time non-credit students should visit the Admissions Office
  (Room 2348) or call Continuing Education at (708) 596-2000 ext.       If you have any questions concerning your admissions status,
  2231.                                                                 please contact the Admissions Office at (708) 210-5718.
  New non-credit students will also receive an SSC email account      *Your “My SSC” portal provides enhanced self-service capabilities
  and a “My SSC” Username & Password via email.                       for registration, course planning, class schedules and much more. It
                                                                      also allows 24 hour access during college closed periods.
  Register online at www.ssc.edu using your “MY SSC” portal.
  Have your Discover Card, MasterCard, or Visa ready for
  payment. In order to access your “My SSC” portal, please visit      My SSC
  www.ssc.edu/myssc.
                                                                        “My SSC” is our new student portal to South Suburban College.
                                                                        It opens a door to exciting features like student email, news,
Current/ Returning Students
                                                                        campus updates, a personalized class schedule, and online
  Using your “MY SSC” portal*                                           registration. All new students will receive an SSC email, along
  In order to access your “My SSC” portal, please visit www.ssc.        with a Username and Password to access “My SSC.”
  edu/myssc.
  Login using your Student Email Address and Password. (i.e.
  jdoe100@student.ssc.edu).



Who We Are…
The Continuing Education Department and the Business & Career Institute welcome you and thank you for your participation in our
programs. For more information regarding our programs and services, please feel free to contact the following individuals:

Continuing Education:
Shirley Drewenski — Director, Continuing Education                                    (708) 596-2000, ext. 2531
Debbie Ravazee — Program Assistant, Continuing Education                              (708) 596-2000, ext. 2231
David Lopez — Coordinator, College For Kids                                           (708) 596-2000, ext. 2031

Business & Career Institute:
Becky Admave — Dean of Extension Services                                                       (708) 210-5763
Renee Maltese — Administrative Assistant II                                           (708) 596-2000, ext. 6006
Allen Babiarz — BCI                                                                   (708) 596-2000, ext. 2522

ACT Center:
Lois Fuentes — Manager, ACT Center                                                               (708) 225-5880
                                              Table of Contents • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule • 1

                                                                                                                                                               Contents
Art ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Boating Safety & Seamanship ....................................................................................................................................................................................5
Building Codes ................................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Building Construction..................................................................................................................................................................................................6
Business & Management Expertise ..........................................................................................................................................................................8
Computer Aided Design ..............................................................................................................................................................................................9
Computer Information Sciences ...............................................................................................................................................................................9
Computer Skills ............................................................................................................................................................................................................10
Crafts ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................10
Cooking ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Dance ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Drafting............................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Education ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
English..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Event Planning ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Floral Design ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Food Service Sanitation..............................................................................................................................................................................................12
Health Technology Programs ..................................................................................................................................................................................12
Human Services ............................................................................................................................................................................................................14
International Languages ............................................................................................................................................................................................15
Makeup Artistry............................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Management Information Systems.........................................................................................................................................................................15
Music.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Music Performance Organizations .........................................................................................................................................................................16
Music - Private Applied ...............................................................................................................................................................................................17
Office Administration & Technology ....................................................................................................................................................................17
Photography ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
Physical Education .......................................................................................................................................................................................................19
Real Estate .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
Travel Agent Training .................................................................................................................................................................................................19
Academic Enrichment ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Foreign Language .........................................................................................................................................................................................................21




            Plan Ahead for Summer
                Session Classes
                                  Course Schedule will be online at
                                    www.ssc.edu by May, 2013.
2 • Payment & General Information • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule
Payment & General
Information
Payment Information                                             SSC Phone Numbers
 Payment can be made by using cash, check, Visa,                 Information and Admissions Office:
                                                                 (708) 210-5718
 Discover, MasterCard, or FACTS deferred payment
                                                                 University & College Center:
 plan. Proof of residency must be provided at the time           (708) 225-6000
 of registration. As a payment alternative, the College          16333 S. Kilbourn Ave., Oak Forest, IL
 offers the FACTS interest-free monthly payment                  For Indiana residents:
 plan. The cost to budget the payment plan is a $25              (219) 931-0096 or 0098
 per semester non-refundable FACTS enrollment fee.
 Payments are electronically processed on the 5th of            Class Schedules Available Online
 each month and will continue until the balance is paid           SSC class schedules are accessible online in a
 in full. Payments may be made from savings, checking             dynamic format. This online format provides the
 or credit card accounts. For more information or to              most up-to-date class information. Visit www.ssc.
 enroll in the FACTS payment plan, please go online               edu to get started.
 to www.ssc.edu and follow the instructions.
 *The South Suburban College Board of Trustees reserves the
 right to change/adjust tuition and fees. Please refer to the
 College Catalog for additional information regarding tuition
 and fees.



  Tuition Calculation
     (Total number of credit hours you are taking) x (credit hour rate based on your residency
     status) + (student development fee) + (instructional technology fee) + (any lab fees listed next
     to courses on the schedule) = your charges.

     Credit      In-District   Out-of-     Lake County IN &     Out-of-State/         Student              Instructional
     Hours                     District    Chicago Regional       Foreign         Development Fee         Technology Fee

        1         110.00       288.00           125.00            343.00                 7.75                 8.00
        2         220.00       576.00           250.00            686.00                15.50                 16.00
        3         330.00       864.00           375.00           1029.00                23.25                 24.00




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   Scholarships & Tuition Waivers • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule • 3

  Scholarships & Tuition Waivers
Financial Aid                                                           Special Tuition Rate Programs
SSC Foundation Scholarships                                               SSC offers special rates to residents of Lake County, Indiana and
  The SSC Foundation offers a wide-range of scholarship                   Chicago Regional. The following special rate programs are also
  opportunities for high school graduates, returning adults, and          available:
  students of all ages and interests. Visit www.ssc.edu/foundation or   In-District Employee Tuition Rate
  email Foundation@ssc.edu for more information.                          Employees of businesses located within District 510, but who reside
                                                                          outside of the District, may enroll in courses at the $110 per credit
Tuition Waivers                                                           hour in-district tuition rate. Any individual interested in the program
                                                                          must bring a verification letter on official company stationery (each
  Tuition Waiver Applications are available in Admissions,                semester) to the Registration Center.
  Registration, and Counseling Centers of the college and on the
  college website: www.ssc.edu. SSC offers the following one-time       Chicago Southland Chamber of Commerce Rate
  tuition waivers (may not be used in conjunction with any state         Employees of businesses that are members of the Chicago Southland
  or federal financial aid, and students must pay all fees and book      Chamber of Commerce, but who reside outside of the District, may
  costs):                                                                enroll in courses at the $110 per credit hour in-district tuition rate. Any
                                                                         individual interested in the program must bring a verification letter
25 and Over Tuition Waiver
                                                                         on official company stationery (each semester) to the Registration
Academic Achievement Tuition Waiver                                      Center.
Elementary/High School Personnel Tuition Waiver
ESL Tuition Waiver
GED Tuition Waiver
High School Tuition Waiver
Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver
Veterans Tuition Waiver




                                      Our mobile computer lab allows us to
                                      bring computer application training
                                      right to you! All you need is a meeting
                                      room and internet access. Call for more
                                      information (708) 596-2000, ext. 2522 or
                                      email bci@ssc.edu
4 • Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule
Art                                       ART E40–Photography I, Digital
                                          Tuition $104 Fee $99
ART E01–Life Drawing I                                                 This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
Tuition $104      Fee $99                                              students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit     A basic introductory photography course that covers the principles
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                     and fine art aesthetics of black and white photography in a digital
The human figure is studied through direct drawing exercises in        format including: composition, equipment selection and use; image
gesture, contour and volume drawings for anatomically accurate         processing, manipulation, correction and output in the digital
representation. Developing drawings from an articulated skeleton       darkroom; lenses, aperture shutter speed, focal plane; an overview
and studying large muscle groups include the introduction of           of the history of photography and its content as both a commercial
human anatomy.                                                         medium and form of artistic expression. 35mm manual SLR camera
ART E01 731   1:00-4:45p    TTH   MA-4331     Weber       2/12-5/16    or digital camera with full manual controls; tripod.
                                                                       ART E40 731   3:30-6:15p   MW    MA-4431    McDonald     1/21-5/15
ART E02–Art Appreciation
Tuition $104      Fee $99                                              ART E46–Sculpture
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit     Tuition $104      Fee $99
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                     This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
A general introductory course investigating the visual arts            students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
with an emphasis placed on developing an aesthetic and cross           A studio course with emphasis on the introduction of basic
cultural awareness of and appreciation for various visual              sculpture-making processes and how these relate to the artist
forms of expression: i.e., painting, sculpture, architecture,          concepts, materials and tools. Processes used: modeling,
cinematography and video.                                              moldmaking, carving, lamination in resin, and fabrication
ART E02 701   8:00-8:50a    MWF   MA-4340     Tucker      1/14-5/17    in wood/metal, welding and foundry practices. Lecture,
ART E02 703 9:00-9:50a      MWF   MA-4340      Dally      1/14-5/17    demonstrations, slide presentations and discussions included.
ART E02 705 8:30-9:15a      TTH   MA-4340    Gutierrez    1/15-5/16    ART E46 701 12:30-3:45p    TTH   MA-4335      Tucker     1/15-5/16
ART E02 709 5:00-6:15p      TTH   MA-4340      Hafer     1/15-5/16
                                                                       ART E54–Painting Studio
ART E11–Drawing I                                                      Tuition $104      Fee $99
Tuition $104       Fee $99                                             This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit     students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                     This course offers opportunity for individual concentration in
This is an introduction to drawing with emphasis on representation,    a thematic approach to developing a personal aesthetic for the
perceptual growth and individual expression. Control in line,          advanced student. Projects will be developed as necessary for
value and spatial illusion is developed through the use of a variety   furthering the personal aesthetic.
of art media and tools.                                                ART E54 701 12:30-3:15p    MW    MA-4329      Weber      1/14-5/15
ART E11 701   9:00-10:50a MWF     MA-4331     Tucker      1/14-5/17
ART E11 703   9:30-12:15p   TTH   MA-4331    Gutierrez    1/15-5/16    ART E60–Metals and Jewelry
ART E11 705 6:30-9:15p      TTH   MA-4331      Hafer     1/15-5/16
                                                                       Tuition $104      Fee $99
                                                                       This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
ART E11 731   1:00-3:35p    MWF   MA-4331                 1/21-5/17
                                                                       students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                       An introduction to jewelry, with emphasis on the studio uses of
ART E12–Drawing II
                                                                       tools, materials and techniques used in contemporary design will
Tuition $104      Fee $99
                                                                       be addressed.
Prerequisite: Drawing I or Consent of Instructor
                                                                       ART E60 701   2:00-4:45p   TTH   MA-4345      Davis      1/15-5/16
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
A continuation of Drawing I with compositional elements                ART E71–Ceramics I
investigated for their expressive possibilities within the general     Tuition $104      Fee $99
framework of “realistic space.” Conceptual skills stressed to          This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
realize drawing as a visual statement and initiate the development     students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
of visual ideas on a continuing basis throughout semester.             Introduction to ceramic clay-forming techniques, with emphasis
Emphasis on developing drawing skills in various media and             placed on wheel-throwing and hand-building, along with
mixed media.                                                           procedures on glazing, surface decorations, clay, and glaze theory.
ART E12 701 11:00-12:50p    MWF   MA-4331     Tucker      1/14-5/17    ART E71 731 6:00-9:10p     TTH   MA-4348 Fleischman      1/22-5/16
                             Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule • 5
ART E77–Introduction to Computer Art [Adobe
Photoshop, Illustrator]                                              Boating Safety & Seamanship
Tuition $104       Fee $99
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   Boating Safety
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   Fee $10
Computers are used to generate visual images in art and design. A    This class is for beginning and experienced sailors. Learn the
variety of art software and scanning techniques are used to create   equipment, nomenclature and safe operation of boats. Be safe
and manipulate images.                                               and confident on the water by learning about maneuvering,
                                                                     marlinspike seamanship, navigation, “rules of the water,” knots,
ART E77 701 12:30-3:15p     TTH   MA-4431    Weber      1/15-5/16
                                                                     charts and compass, marine engines, weather, radio-telephone,
ART E77 731 6:30-9:40p      TTH   MA-4431   Wilkinson   1/22-5/14
                                                                     safe motor boat operation, trailering and much more taught
                                                                     by certified U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary instructors. If you are
ART E78–Ceramics II                                                  thinking about buying a boat or just want to refresh your boating
Tuition $104      Fee $99                                            knowledge, this is the course for you. There is an additional
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   charge of $75 (cash only) to be paid to instructor for materials
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   on the first night of class no exceptions.
Continuation of Ceramics E71, emphasizing a more in-depth
                                                                     SRT C30 701 7:00-9:00p      T    MA-3244     Forbes      1/15-3/5
exploration in the techniques of wheel-throwing and hand-
building combined with procedures on glazing, surface
decorations and clay and glaze theory.                               Building Codes
ART E78 731 6:00-9:10p      TTH   MA-4348    Gomez      1/22-5/16
                                                                     BCD E11–Residential               Concrete       &     Framing
                                                                     Inspections
ART E91–Web Design                                                   Tuition $104      Fee $99
Tuition $104      Fee $99                                            This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
Prerequisite: Computer experience required
                                                                     students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
                                                                     This course covers the principles of construction code
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                     enforcement with an emphasis on single-family concrete and
This course provides an integrated approach to web design
                                                                     framing inspections.
and development, focusing on establishing an effective online
                                                                     BCD E11 701 7:00-9:30p      T    UC-5760                1/15-5/14
presence through design, development, and management of
websites using HTML Dreamweaver and Flash.
ART E91 701   9:00-11:45a   MW    MA-4431    Weber      1/14-5/15




     Microsoft Office Specialist Certification
    Earn the credentials to show you can effectively and productively use Microsoft Office
    applications. With Microsoft Office Specialist certification, you also demonstrate your
    comprehensive skills and ability to complete a range of tasks. Microsoft Office Specialist
    Certification is recognized and respected as a standard for validating expertise with
    Microsoft Office products.
    BCI offers Microsoft Office Specialist testing in all Office products including Word, Excel,
    Access, PowerPoint and Outlook, leading to the Microsoft Office Specialist credential.
    The cost is $115.
    For a list of courses which prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist exams, or for
    more information, call (708) 225-5880 or email bci@ssc.edu.
6 • Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule
BCD E21–Residential Plumbing Inspections                             BLD E18–Introduction to Electricity (Construction)
Tuition $104      Fee $99                                            Tuition $137      Fee $137
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This course covers the principles of construction code enforcement   Prerequisite: MTH 091 or higher
with an emphasis on single-family plumbing inspections.              Course will cover basic design principles of electrical and lighting
BCD E21 701 7:00-9:45p      W     MA-L266               1/16-5/15    systems as well as electrical circuit fundamentals, distribution
                                                                     systems, power requirements, wiring layout and electrical

Building Construction                                                building codes for residential and commercial buildings.
                                                                     BLD E18 701   9:00-11:45a   TTH   MA-L266                 1/15-5/16

BLD E11–Introduction to Residential Carpentry
                                                                     BLD E38–Basic Home Improvement
Tuition $137      Fee $137
                                                                      Fee $29
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
                                                                      This one night seminar will be an open discussion on various
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                     “Home Improvement” projects, based on the desired topic areas
This course will cover structural footings, wall systems, physical
                                                                      of the class. Areas of discussion will include but will not be
properties of wood, building materials, and measurement grading.
                                                                      limited to, basic tools required, preliminary set-up and project
Hands-on projects allow students to thoroughly understand
                                                                      execution techniques, safety tips and practices, and when a
the principles and methods of rough residential carpentry by
                                                                      project will require the use of a professional rather than being a
framing of a mock-up, scaled-down home. Actual house framing
                                                                     “Do-It-Yourselfer” type project.
including floor, wall and roof construction with special emphasis
                                                                     BLD E38 701 6:00-9:00p      M     MA-3238     Gagnon           3/18
placed on the framing square for stair stringers, gable and hip
rafter layout.
BLD E11 701   9:00-11:45a   MW    MA-L270               1/14-5/15
                                                                     BLD E51–Renovate Energy Efficient Green Home
                                                                     Tuition $137      Fee $137
BLD E11 703   1:30-4:15p    MW    MA-L272               1/14-5/15
                                                                     Prerequisites: BLD E11
                                                                     This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
BLD E14–Introduction to General Contracting                          students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
Tuition $60       Fee $55                                            Study of the aspects of building technology as applied to
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   rehabilitation; knowledge and application of building codes;
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   preparation and reading of plans. Skill development in carpentry,
This introductory course provides a broad overview of the            masonry, electrical and plumbing. Students will rehabilitate an
field of construction technology as applied to carpentry,            existing structure.
masonry, electrical, plumbing, building rehabilitation and new
                                                                     BLD E51 701   8:30-1:10p    MW    MA-L272                 1/14-5/15
construction. Emphasis is placed on construction techniques,
                                                                     BLD E51 703   7:30-5:00p     S    UC-5310                 1/19-5/18
materials, planning and building codes.
BLD E14 701   5:15-6:55p    W     MA-2369               1/16-5/15
                                                                     HOM E33–Beginning & Advanced Woodworking &
                                                                     Cabinetmaking
BLD E15–Concrete and Masonry
                                                                     Fee $99
Tuition $137      Fee $137
                                                                     This course provides fundamental experience in working with
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
                                                                     hand tools, portable power tools, and woodworking machinery,
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                     through related projects agreed upon between the student
Brick, concrete principles, theory, and practice; cementing
                                                                     and instructor, based on the student’s previous experience in
materials; brick, block masonry; plain and reinforced concrete,
                                                                     woodworking. The basic units covered are: project planning,
footing, foundations; combined systems; windows; fire
                                                                     material quantity estimating, shop safety, use of hand and
protection; retaining walls; specifications. Form design, control
                                                                     machine tools, wood turning, project construction and wood
of mixes; water cement ratios, water cement-lime ratios; proper
                                                                     finishing.
curing of cement mixtures tension, and compression tests.
                                                                     HOM E33 701 6:00-9:00p       T    TW-1103     Gagnon      2/12-4/16
BLD E15 701   9:00-11:45a   TTH   MA-L275               1/15-5/16
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8 • Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule
                                          BUS E47–Marketing for Small Business
Business & Management                     Tuition $53       Fee $49
                                          This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
Expertise                                 students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
                                          This course is designed to introduce the small business owner
BUS E02–Human Relations in Organizations                             or proprietor to the Principles of Marketing. Included is a
Tuition $104      Fee $99                                            marketing plan that will detail marketing strategy, pricing, sales
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   tactics, service and warranty policies, promotion, distribution,
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   desirability of product, market research and an ongoing market
This course is designed to provide students with a wide range of     evaluation.
interpersonal skills needed in today’s workplace. The foundation     BUS E47 731   8:00-4:00p    S     UC-5680                3/16-3/23
for contemporary human relations will include the following
seven themes: Communication, Self-awareness, Self-acceptance,        BUS E97–Accounting and Finance for Small Business
Motivation, Trust, Self-disclosure, and Conflict Management.         Tuition $53       Fee $49
 BUS E02 701 7:00-9:45p    W     MA-3351                1/16-5/15    This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
                                                                     students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
BUS E03–Trade Worldwide In Nine Weeks                                This course is intended to introduce the small business owner
Fee $95                                                              or proprietor to the basic records necessary for small business
Now you can learn what it takes to be self-employed in import        accounting utilizing QuickBooks 4.0. How to establish and
or export (or both) of goods or services with this step-by-step      interpret small business accounting by utilizing budgets, aging
hands-on nine week seminar delivered over the internet. This         receivable and payables, and preparing financial statements will
course is appropriate for people with zero business background,      be covered.
as well as established businesses looking for new trade. For over    BUS E97 731   8:00-4:00p    S     UC-5680                 3/30-4/6
twelve years the course is highly rated for content, delivery and
personalization. Learn how to develop your product or service,       TQM E05-Grant Writing
find the best suppliers, best customers, work with banks, currency   Fee $99
issues, insurance companies, government agencies and other           This grant writing class will show some of the most effective ways
trade entities. You will be taken through licensing and permits,     to compose a grant for the greatest possibility for success. This
setting yourself up for properly conducting trade worldwide at       class will distinguish and demonstrate the various methods and
the small business level. Required textbook must be purchased        styles of writing for the not-for-profit, corporate, and government
online from Instructor.                                              requirements. Textbook Required.
 BUS E03 701 8:00-10:00p   W      Internet   Spiers     1/23-3/20    TQM E05 701 6:00-8:00p      T     MA-TBD    McCarthy      2/12-4/9
 BUS E03 703 8:00-10:00p   W      Internet   Spiers     4/17-6/12    TQM E05 703 6:00-8:00p      TH    MA-TBD    McCarthy     2/21-4/18
                                                                     TQM E05 731 6:00-8:00p      F     MA-TBD    McCarthy      3/1-4/26
BUS E14–Organization for Small Business
Tuition $53       Fee $49
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This course is designed to provide the small business owner with
the managerial principles of planning, organizing, influencing,
and controlling. Included is building a business plan with an
organizational plan for combining and allocating resources.
BUS E14 731   8:00-4:00p    S    UC-5680                2/16-2/23


BUS E46–How to Start Your Own Small Business
Tuition $53       Fee $49
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This course introduces the fundamentals of organization and
operation of a small business with special attention given to goal
setting, market identification and financial planning.
BUS E46 731   8:00-4:00p    S    UC-5680                   2/2-2/9
                             Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule • 9
                                                                     CIS E51–Cisco CCNA Exploration - Routing
Computer Aided Design                                                Protocols & Concepts
                                                                     Fee $348
CAD E01–Introduction to CADD                                         Prerequisite: CIS E50
Tuition $70       Fee $55                                            This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   The course will provide a hands-on learning experience in support,
Students will analyze the field of Computer Aided Design and         optimizing, managing, and troubleshooting and organizations
Drafting (CADD). Class discussions will include uses and             website. Students will be introduced to advanced website design
advantages/disadvantages of CADD. Midterm project includes           and integration. Multiple web servers using different operating
a pro/con debate, or CADD reporting teams. Students are              systems will be used. Students will learn to integrate various
introduced to the AutoCAD LT package on PCS during lab               web applications across multiple servers into a single point of
portion of course and are also introduced to the World Wide Web.     access. This course prepares the student for the second Cisco
Students will complete a series of structured exercises, followed    certification test.
by a student project.                                                CIS E51 731   6:00-10:00p   TTH    UC-5810                 3/19-5/16
CAD E01 701 6:00-6:50p      M     MA-3345               1/14-5/13                  8:00-10:00p   TTH    UC-5690


Computer Information                                                 CIS E52–Cisco CCNA Exploration - LAN Switching

Sciences                                                             & Wireless
                                                                     Fee $348
CIS E18–Cisco IT Essentials (A+)                                     Prerequisite: CIS E51
Fee $522                                                             This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   The course is designed to provide a hands-on experience in
This course is designed to provide a in-depth knowledge of           implementing and configuring complex Cisco multiprotocol
configuring, installing, diagnosing, repairing, upgrading, and       routers and switches. The class will include an introduction to
maintaining computers and their peripheral. Customer relations       switched Ethernet networks, Virtual LAN technology, spanning-
skills will be presented to assure successful entry into computer    tree protocols and configuration of Cisco switching devices. The
service technician positions. The course is designed to prepare      class will also include advanced router concepts including access list
students to take the A+ certification exam.                          management, IPX and IP filtering, traffic management, and IGRP
CIS E18 701 10:00-12:50p    TTH   MA-3345               1/15-5/16    implementation. Students will demonstrate the use of the Cisco IOS
CIS E18 731   6:00-9:00p    MW    UC-5800               1/21-5/15    to configure network switching and routing devices. This course
                                  UC-5780
                                                                     prepares the student for the third Cisco certification test.
                                                                     CIS E52 701   6:00-10:00p   TTH    UC-5780                 1/15-3/14

CIS E50–Cisco CCNA Exploration - Network
Fundamentals                                                         CIS E53–Cisco CCNA Exploration - Access the WAN
                                                                     Fee $348
Fee $348
                                                                     Prerequisite: CIS E52
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
                                                                     This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                     students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
The course is designed to introduce the various communication
                                                                     This course is a project in WAN design. The class will include
equipment used in building an effective Internet infrastructure.
                                                                     an overview of WAN technologies and WAN configurations on
The course will provide product-specific installation and
                                                                     a Cisco router. The second part of the class involves the design,
configuration. Equipment used in this class will include bridges,
                                                                     implementation, configuration, and demonstration of a fully
routers, gateways, Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
                                                                     functional enterprise Intranet including HTTP, FTP, NNTP and
modems, Digital and Channel Service Units (DSU/CSUs), and
                                                                     email services. This course prepares the student for the Cisco
ISDN Pipelines devices. This course prepares the student for the
                                                                     certification test.
first Cisco certification test.
                                                                     CIS E53 731   6:00-8:00p    TTH    UC-5780                 3/19-5/16
CIS E50 701   6:00-10:00p   TTH   UC-5810               1/15-3/14
                                                                                   8:00-10:00p   TTH    UC-5690
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CIS E66–Voice, Data, Video, Fiber Cabling
Fee $379
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
                                                                   Computer Skills
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   BUS E07–Computers for Beginners
The Cisco Voice, Data, Fiber Optics and Entertainment Cabling        Fee $149
class is designed to give students hands-on experience for           A fun course designed to teach you the basics of word processing,
the physical aspects of voice and data network cabling. The          email, and the Internet. If you know nothing about how to use
course will focus on industry standards for types of media and       your computer this class is for you.
cabling, physical and logical networks and signal transmission.      BUS E07 701 6:00-8:30p      T     TW-TBD     Paarlberg   2/12-4/16
Students will develop skills in pulling cable, mounting and wire     BUS E07 703 6:00-8:30p      TH    MA-3228     Binder     2/21-4/25
management, identifying wiring closets, patch panel installation
and termination, installation of jacks and testing cables.
CIS E66 701   1:00-3:00p   TTH   MA-L268                1/15-5/16    Crafts
CIS E88–Cisco IT Essentials II (Net+)                                HMK C11–Basic Knit
Fee $895                                                             Fee $69
Prerequisite: MIS E04 or equivalent                                  No prior knowledge of knitting is required. While learning the
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   basics knitting techniques, learn to create a variety of practical
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                   projects. Although the course is taught on a basic level, it is open
A study of the fundamentals of Data Communication and the part       to anyone who would like to learn or review the formation of basic
networks play in today’s business environment. A foundation for      knit stitches, how to knit “Continental Style,” how to form simple
networking is established using the OSI layered model. Both          pattern stitches, read published knitting patterns and charts,
Wide Area Networks (WAN) and Local Area Networks (LAN)               finishing techniques, complete a sampler of several pattern
are studied. COMPTIAs Net+ vendor independent certification          swatches, and finish several small projects. For those students
program is used as an outline for the course.                        interested in improving their skills beyond the basics, the course
CIS E88 701   6:15-9:45p    T    MA-3260                1/15-5/14
                                                                     may be repeated on an advanced level. Students are required to
                                                                     have the following supplies the first night of class: light-colored
                                                                     (solid or variegated) yarn in worsted weight, a pair of size #8
                                                                     knitting needles (preferably in a shorter length), scissors, steel
                                                                     yarn needle, and note-taking materials. A more detailed supply
                                                                     list will be provided during the first class session.
                                                                     HMK C11 701 7:00-9:00p      T     MA-3240   Licko-Keel   2/19-4/23




                                           WANTED:
     ENTHUSIASTIC INSTRUCTORS
            Do you have a special skill or topic to share?
             Instructors are needed to teach short term
           continuing education courses-day or evening.
         For more information, email sdrewenski@ssc.edu.
                            Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule • 11
HMK E16–Art of Crocheting
Fee $69                                                                 Dance
No prior knowledge of crocheting needed for this course, but it         DNC C10–Stepping/Line Dancing
is a good way to polish or brush up on long-forgotten skills. The       Fee $69
purpose of this course is to teach basic crochet techniques on a        Stepping is an organized form of rhythmic dance steps. Students
beginner’s level. Upon completion of the basic course, students will    will learn the basic steps, turns, how to return, stop after turn, with
know how to form all of the basic crochet stitches, read patterns       a partner. Students will also learn the basic line dance steps focusing
and basic crochet symbols, and will have completed a gauge              more upon the first two routines based on counted, rhythmic steps.
sampler and several small projects. With this introduction and a        This style of dancing is great cardiovascular exercise. This is also an
few inexpensive tools and materials, it should be possible to make      excellent opportunity to meet, socialize, learn the basic steps, and
most of the crochet projects featured in currently available craft      enjoy music at the same time. (Student should wear comfortable
periodicals. For those students interested in improving their skills    clothes and dress shoes.)
beyond the basics, the course may be repeated on an advanced
                                                                        DNC C10 701 6:00-8:00p        T     UC-TBD       Dixon      2/12-3/12
level. Students are required to have the following supplies the first
night of class: light colored (solid or variegated) yarn in worsted
weight, crochet hooks in a medium selections of sizes, (G, H, and
                                                                        DNC C15–Stepping/Line Dancing II
                                                                        Fee $69
I are recommended), a pair of scissors, and note-taking materials.
                                                                        You will continue to enjoy the basic dance count to stepping.
HMK E16 701 7:00-9:00p       M    MA-3240    Licko-Keel   2/18-4/22
                                                                        Join us to sharpen your dance skills and learn various turns
                                                                        and the upcoming 8-Step. This style of dancing is a great way
HMK E21–Beginning Sewing                                                to get cardiovascular exercise while stepping to the latest music.
Fee $99                                                                 (Student should wear comfortable clothes and dress shoes.)
This sewing class is for beginners-to-advance students. Beginners
                                                                        DNC C15 731 6:00-8:00p        T     UC-TBD       Dixon      3/26-4/23
will learn how to thread a sewing machine, read a pattern, and
learn how to choose materials and notions for different projects.
Advanced students will work on more detailed or complex                 Drafting
patterns and designs with assistance. Attendees will need to bring      DRF E04–Architectural Drafting
their own sewing machine. A basic supply list will be furnished         Tuition $137      Fee $137
prior to the start of class.                                            This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
HMK E21 701 7:00-9:00p       T     TW-TBD    Buchanan      2/12-4/16
                                                                        students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.

Cooking
                                                                        Graphic language of architecture and building construction. Basic
                                                                        drawing techniques, orthographic projection applied to plans,
CKG–Bread Making                                                        elevation, freehand sketching, dimensioning, and interpretation of
Fee $29                                                                 design standards, construction systems and residence specifications
Designed for beginners or those with some experience this bread         are taught.
making class will encompass the use of bread making machines            DRF E04 701 7:00-9:45p      TTH    MA-2369                  1/15-5/16
and hand kneading. A variety of ingredients and techniques will
be discussed and students will soon discover just how easy it is
to make really delicious, great tasting bread. The history of bread
                                                                        Education
                                                                        EDU C17–Teaching & Training Skills for Substitute
making will be discussed; students will get to try old, as well as,
new recipes and have lots of fun. There is an additional charge of      Teachers
$10 (cash only) to be paid to instructor for materials on the first     Fee $79
night of class no exceptions.                                           Make your day of substitute teaching more than just “survival.”
                                                                        Be part of the learning process and still have energy at the end
CKG C03 701 6:00-7:30p      TTH   MA-CAFE      Meyer      2/12-2/28
                                                                        of the assignment! This class presents professional, positive, and
CKG C03 731 6:00-7:30p      TTH   MA-CAFE      Meyer      3/12-3/28
                                                                        practical strategies which effectively meet the needs of anyone to
                                                                        substitute teach in today’s elementary and high school classrooms.
CKG E11-Basic Cake Decorating                                           Classroom management strategies and curriculum-based ideas
Fee $69                                                                 presented in this class prepare prospective substitute teachers
Student will gain an understanding of how to prepare a cake for         to make valuable contributions to the education of students.
decorating. The class will also review how to prepare different         The instructor draws from experiences, both as a substitute and
types of frosting & basic decorating skills. A supply list will be      regular (K-12) classroom teacher to share techniques which are
provided the first night of class listing materials that will be        classroom effective. Certification and licensing procedures and
needed for class.                                                       employment prospects are discussed as part of the class.
CKG E11 701 7:15-8:45p       T     MA-TBD      Gibson      2/12-3/19
                                                                        EDU C17 701 6:00-9:00p       M     UC-5680      Merten       2/4-3/25
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English                                 Food Service Sanitation
ENG E14–Poetry and Its Many Forms                                       FDS C05–Food Service Recertification
Fee $89                                                                 Fee $69
This course will cover the different types of poetry, give a            This course meets the requirements set by the Illinois Department
brief history of each, and introduce different authors and their        of Public Health for the renewal of the food service sanitation
backgrounds.                                                            manager’s certificate. Students will be updated on current Illinois
ENG E14 701 6:00-8:30p       W    MA-3367      Hartnett   2/20-4/10     codes regarding food service sanitation. Attendance is mandatory
                                                                        for recertification and you must bring your current certification
                                                                        card. (CARD MUST BE CURRENT; NO EXCEPTIONS).
Event Planning                                                          FDS C05 731 4:00-9:00p      W     UC-5700     Dohm            3/20

HOS E07–Community Event Planning                                        FDS E10–Food Service Certification
Fee $99                                                                 Fee $119
We will cover budgeting, food, entertainment, marketing/PR              This course is geared toward the manager or supervisor employed
and a host of other needed components to create a well-managed          in the food service field. Emphasis is on food protection through
and efficient successful social event. Taught by an Event Planner       sanitation training. Successful completion of course and
and professor of Hospitality Management, this course is designed        qualifying examination prepares an individual for certification.
for beginners and intermediate level planners.                          Student MUST attend all class sessions and fulfill testing
HOS E07 701 10:30-12:00p     S     UC-5740     Kimball     2/16-4/27    requirements in order to be eligible for State certification. No
                                                                        Exceptions. Required textbook is available in the College
Floral Design                                                           bookstore and must be purchased before first class meeting.
                                                                        Class will not meet on Wednesday, February 20th.
HMK E26–Flower Arranging                                                FDS E10 731   5:00-9:00p    W     UC-5700     Dohm         2/6-3/6
Fee $69

                                                                        Health Technology Programs
This course is design to the basic principles and elements of design
including cresting unique arrangements using fresh and silk
flowers. Discover techniques for wiring and taping for corsages
and boutonnieres, all geometric design styles and holiday or            CSA E25–CPR/AED Instructor-(American Heart
special occasion design will be created. Learn how to identify,         Association)
care and handle of fresh flowers and foliage’s. Courses are taught      Fee $299 (Course materials included)
be certified-professional floral designer Enrika Karalius CFD,          Prerequisite: Participants must have a current “CPR for Healthcare
                                                                        Providers” card to enroll in this course.
AIFD. There is an additional charge to be paid to the instructor
                                                                         The purpose of this course is to train participants how to teach
for materials at the beginning of each class.
                                                                        CPR and Automated External Defibrillation (AED). The
HMK E26 701 6:00-8:00p       M     UC-TBD                 2/25-4/29
                                                                        CORE course is also included in this program. Upon successful
                                                                        completion of the course and being monitored, participants will
HMK E38–Advanced Flower Arranging                                       be recognized as American Heart Association CPR Instructors
Fee $69                                                                 for 2 years.
Prerequisite: HMK E26
                                                                        CSA E25 701   9:00-3:00p   TTH    UC-5150    Czernik      1/15-1/17
This course is design to give students the necessary skills to design
                                                                        CSA E25 703   9:00-3:00p   TTH    UC-5150    Czernik      1/29-1/31
a variety of advance floral pieces for special occasions. Students
will create variety arrangements of using armatures, aluminum           CSA E25 705   9:00-3:00p   TTH    UC-5150    Czernik     2/12-2/14
wire, and bouquet holders. Discover techniques for hand-tied            CSA E25 707   9:00-3:00p   WF     UC-5150    Czernik      2/27-3/1
and bridal bouquets using bouquets holders. New techniques for          CSA E25 709   9:00-3:00p   MW     UC-5150    Czernik     3/11-3/13
corsages and boutonnieres using aluminum wire. Student will             CSA E25 711   9:00-3:00p   MW     UC-5150    Czernik     3/25-3/27
create flower arrangements using fresh and silk flowers. Course         CSA E25 713   9:00-3:00p   TW     UC-5150    Czernik      4/9-4/10
taught by certified-professional floral designer Enrika Karalius        CSA E25 715   9:00-3:00p   TTH    UC-5150    Czernik     4/23-4/25
CFD, AIFD. There is an additional charge to be paid to the              CSA E25 717   9:00-3:00p   MTH    UC-5150    Czernik       5/6-5/9
instructor for materials at the beginning of each class.
HMK E38 701 6:00-8:00p       T     UC-TBD                 2/26-4/30
            Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule • 13


     Starting This Spring!
      Basic Nurse Assistant and
       Training Program (CNA)
     Certificated Nursing Assistant

By the end of this course the                Prerequisites:
student will demonstrate 21                    •	 Health physical
Critical Basis Nursing Skills                     MUST be submitted
through a combination of lecture,
                                               •	 Submit proof of
lab and supervised clinical
                                                  health insurance or
experiences at a long-term health                 signed release of
care facility.                                    liability waiver

After successful completion                    •	 Illinois state
of the program, students are                      law requires all
                                                  students complete
eligible to take the State of Illinois
                                                  a fingerprint
Nursing Assistant Certification                   criminal history
Examination. Each individual who                  record.
successfully passes this exam
will then be placed on the State
Registry for Health Care Workers.



             Please Contact
        (708) 596-2000, ext. 2497
     Please continue to view our website for
    updated information of the CNA Program.
14 • Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule
CSA E29–CPR/AED for Healthcare Providers                                     successful completion of the course, participants will receive 42-hour
(American Heart Association)                                                 Activity Director Certificate. College employees must pay material
Fee $85 (Course materials included)                                          cost first night of class. Student MUST attend all class sessions in
This course is designed for Healthcare Providers such as Nurses,             order to receive 42-hour certificate. There is an additional charge
Nursing Assistants, and other Healthcare Providers as well as the            of $50 (cash only) to be paid to instructor for materials on the first
general public. Upon successful completion, participants will                night of class no exceptions.
receive a “CPR for Healthcare Providers” card, which is valid for            DIR E01 731   8:30-5:00p    TBD     MA-TBD     Hamilton
two (2) years.
CSA E29 701    9:00-1:00p      S     UC-5150      Czernik           1/19     FAD C01–First Aid-(American Heart Association)
CSA E29 703 4:00-8:00p         TH    MA-3161      Czernik           1/24     Fee $85 (Course materials included)
CSA E29 705    9:00-1:00p      S     UC-5750      Czernik            2/2     This course is designed for the health professional, as well as, the
CSA E29 707    9:00-1:00p      TH    UC-5150      Czernik            2/7     general public. Participants will learn the basic skills in treating
CSA E29 709    9:00-1:00p      F     UC-5150      Czernik           2/15     cuts, scrapes, bruises and burns, controlling bleeding, and caring
CSA E29 711 9:00-1:00p         F     MA-3161      Czernik           2/22     for sudden illnesses. Upon successful completion, participants
CSA E29 713    9:00-1:00p      S     UC-5750      Czernik            3/2
                                                                             will receive an American Heart Association “First Aid” card,
CSA E29 715    9:00-1:00p      TH    UC-5150      Czernik           3/14
                                                                             which is valid for two (2) years.
                                                                             FAD C01 701   9:00-1:00p     W     UC-5150      Czernik          1/16
CSA E29 717    9:00-1:00p      TH    UC-5150      Czernik           3/28
                                                                             FAD C01 703 4:00-8:00p       T     MA-3161     Czernik           1/22
CSA E29 719 9:00-1:00p         F     MA-3161      Czernik            4/5
                                                                             FAD C01 705 9:00-1:00p       T     UC-5150      Czernik           2/5
CSA E29 721    9:00-1:00p      TH    UC-5150      Czernik            4/11
                                                                             FAD C01 707   9:00-1:00p     W     UC-5150      Czernik           3/6
CSA E29 723    9:00-1:00p      F     UC-5150      Czernik           4/26
                                                                             FAD C01 709 9:00-1:00p       W     UC-5150      Czernik           4/3
CSA E29 725    9:00-1:00p      S     UC-5750      Czernik            5/11
                                                                             FAD C01 711 9:00-1:00p       F     MA-3161     Czernik            5/3

CSA E30–CPR/AED Renewal (American Heart
Association)                                                                 NUR C03-Evaluators Manual Skills Workshop
                                                                             Fee $169
 Fee $85 (Course materials included)
 Prerequisite: Participants must have a current CPR Card to enroll in this   This course is an evaluator workshop that will qualify participants
 course                                                                      to test manual skills in the Basic Nursing Assistant Training
 Healthcare Providers may renew their CPR cards by taking this               Program. Participants will be required to demonstrate a teaching
 course. Upon successful completion, participants will receive a             style. This course is approved by the Illinois Department of
“CPR for Healthcare Providers” card, which is valid for two (2) years.       Public Health.
CSA E30 701    9:00-1:00p      S     UC-5150      Czernik           1/19     NUR C03 731 8:00-5:00p       TH     MA-TBD                       5/16
CSA E30 703 4:00-8:00p         TH    MA-3161      Czernik           1/24
CSA E30 705 9:00-1:00p
CSA E30 707    9:00-1:00p
                               S
                               TH
                                     UC-5750
                                     UC-5150
                                                  Czernik
                                                  Czernik
                                                                     2/2
                                                                     2/7
                                                                             Human Services
CSA E30 709 9:00-1:00p         F     UC-5150      Czernik           2/15
                                                                             COM E14–Sign Language of the Deaf I for Adults
                                                                             Fee $99
CSA E30 711 9:00-1:00p         F     MA-3161      Czernik           2/22
                                                                             This class is an introduction to the language used by the adult deaf
CSA E30 713    9:00-1:00p      S     UC-5750      Czernik            3/2
                                                                             population in the United States. Students will get an overview of
CSA E30 715    9:00-1:00p      TH    UC-5150      Czernik           3/14
                                                                             the culture of deafness and deaf education along with the career
CSA E30 717    9:00-1:00p      TH    UC-5150      Czernik           3/28
                                                                             possibilities in this field. In addition, students will learn a sign
CSA E30 719 9:00-1:00p         F     MA-3161      Czernik            4/5     vocabulary of approximately 400 signs with their meaning and
CSA E30 721    9:00-1:00p      TH    UC-5150      Czernik            4/11    concepts. Emphasis is on vocabulary building and expressive and
CSA E30 723    9:00-1:00p      F     UC-5150      Czernik           4/26     receptive skill building. Students will be using the language of sign
CSA E30 725    9:00-1:00p      S     UC-5750      Czernik            5/11    to express their own thoughts.
                                                                             COM E14 701 6:00-8:00p       M     MA-3135      Worley      2/11-4/15
DIR E01–Basic Activity Director
Fee $400
The comprehensive course meets the Illinois Department of Public
Health requirements for Activity Directors. The course covers
federal, state, JCAHO, and other regulatory expectations including
comprehensive assessments, care planning, programming, etiology
and symptomatology of persons who are aged and a variety of other
aspects of designing an effective activity programs. Following
                           Course Listings • Spring 2013 Continuing Education Schedule • 15
International Languages                                              Music
COM E47–Spanish I - Conversational                                   MUS E01–Guitar for Adult Beginners
Fee $89                                                              Fee $150
Bienvenidos! Develop beginning conversational skills that you        This is a beginning course in guitar playing. The student will
can apply to real-life, practical situations. Engage in the target   learn to tune the guitar to the piano, pitch pipe or cross-string
language while exploring the Latino culture. There are five levels   tuning to play simple chord accompaniment to popular songs
of beginning conversational Spanish.                                 and to read common guitar chord symbols. The student will be
COM E47 701 7:00-9:00p     W     MA-3238    Arambula    2/13-4/17    introduced to note reading.
                                                                     MUS E01 701 8:00-9:00p       T    MA 1108      Kelley     1/15-5/14

Makeup Artistry                                                      MUS E09–Class Piano
COS E11–Makeup Artistry                                              Tuition $53        Fee $49
Fee $69                                                              This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
This is a hands-on makeup course for beginners. Makeup Artistry      students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
will allow each student to learn and perfect personal makeup         This course is designed for the adult beginner who wishes to learn
techniques. Students will be provided with makeup expert             the piano by playing chords quickly with both hands, using songs
tips, hints, and guidance that will help them enhance their own      that are familiar and tuneful. Progress in learning is in proportion
natural beauty. (Please bring makeup that you are currently          to daily practice, so it is helpful to have a piano or keyboard at
using to class).                                                     home. The goal of the course is to enable the student to play easy
COS E11 731 10:30-12:00p    S    UC-5750       Gill     2/16-2/23    pop and country music at the first reading.
COS E11 733 10:30-12:00p    S    UC-5750       Gill     3/16-3/23    MUS E09 701 1:00-1:50p     TTH    MA-1111      Chou       1/15-5/16
COS E11 735 10:30-12:00p    S    UC-5750       Gill     4/13-4/20    MUS E09 703 7:00-8:40p      W     MA-1111     Kaplan      1/16-5/15


                                                                     MUS E11–Class Piano – Intermediate
Management Information                                               Tuition $53         Fee $49
                                                                     This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
Systems                                                              students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                     Prerequisite: MUS E09 or consent of instructor
MIS E04–Windows Operating Systems                                    This class is a continuation of MUS E09 with further development
Tuition $104       Fee $99                                           of pianistic skills for non-music majors.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit   MUS E11 703 7:00-8:40p      W     MA-1111     Kaplan      1/16-5/15
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This course is a study of the fundamentals of Microsoft Windows
                                                                     MUS E17–Class Voice
operating system environment for computers. The student will
                                                                     Tuition $53       Fee $49
explore the unique hardware of computers that is controlled
                                                                     This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
by the operating system and the commands that control the
                                                                     students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
Windows environment. The student will customize and manage
                                                                     An introductory class in voice training geared to the student
the Windows system.
                                                                     who does not want to take private lessons. Breathing, sound
MIS E04 701 6:15-9:45p     TH    MA-3348                1/17-5/16
                                                                     production, diction, posture, learning of songs and other basic
MIS E04 703 12:00-1:40p    MW    MA-3348                1/14-5/15
                                                                     techniques are covered in class.
                                                                     MUS E17 731 9:00-10:56a      T    MA-1108     Ulreich     1/15-5/14
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MUS E20–Class Voice II                                                     MUS E21–Jazz Band
Tuition $53       Fee $49                                                  Tuition $10       Fee $10
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit         This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                         students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This is a continuation of MUS E17 with an emphasis on vocal                Consultation with the director is required. Call (708) 596-2000,
literature.                                                                ext. 2316 for more information.
MUS E20 701 1:00-1:50p       MW     MA-1108      Ulreich     1/14-5/15     MUS E21 701 4:00-5:15p       MW      MA-1137      Hoefle      1/14-5/15
                                                                           MUS E21 703 4:00-5:15p       MW      MA-LHC       Miller      1/14-5/15
MUS E41–Children’s Piano I - Beginning                                     MUS E21 705 7:00-9:45p        W     MA-1137       Hoefle      1/16-5/15
Fee $69             (Ages 6-10)
Lessons will include theory, note reading, technique and some              MUS E39–Symphonic Band
performance. Student will have 16 half-hour lessons. Parent must           Tuition $10        Fee $10
accompany child to each lesson. Each student must have a piano at          This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
home, or at least a keyboard for daily practice. Two textbooks required.   students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
MUS E41 701 5:00-5:30p        T     MA-1111      Lewis       1/15-5/14     Open to the experienced musicians of the community and
                                                                           advanced high school musicians, this course covers music of
MUS E94–Music Theory                                                       all styles utilizing full instrumentation. Open to experienced
Tuition $53       Fee $49                                                  community and student instrumentalists. Consultation with the
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit         director is required. Call 596-2000, ext. 2316.
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                         MUS E39 701 7:00-9:45p        TH    MA-1137       Hoefle      1/17-5/16
This course covers materials and structures of music, including
basic acoustics, fundamentals, notation, melodic and harmonic              MUS E42–Aural Foundations of Improvisation I
analysis, composition and performance.                                     Tuition $10         Fee $10
MUS E94 701 10:30-11:45a     TTH    MA-1232       Chou       1/15-5/16     Prerequisite: Three years prior musical experience or instructor approval
                                                                           This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
MUS E95–Ear Training I                                                     students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
Tuition $53       Fee $49                                                  Development of aural recognition and responses to the
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit         fundamental elements of melody and harmony within the be-
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                         bop style (ca. 1940). Open to all experienced performers.
Prerequisite: MUS 100 or proficiency or concurrent enrollment in MUS       MUS E42 731 7:00-8:45p        T     MA-1137        Tritt      1/22-5/14
E94
Development of skills needed to read, hear, and notate musical             MUS E52–Jazz Combo
rhythms, melodic intervals, and simple melodies, plus one hour             Tuition $10       Fee $10
of individual computer lab work.                                           This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
MUS E95 701 12:00-12:50p     TTH    MA-1232       Chou       1/15-5/16     students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                           Open to experienced community and student jazz performers.
Music Performance                                                          Repertoire will be drawn from traditional and contemporary
                                                                           composers from the beginning of the twentieth century to
Organizations                                                              present. For further details please contact the Music Department,
                                                                           ext. 2316.
MUS E18–South Suburban Chorale                                             MUS E52 701 5:30-6:20p        W     MA-1137       Miller      1/16-5/15
Tuition $10       Fee $10
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
A symphonic chorus for experienced singers in the Chicago
south suburban Calumet area to perform master choral works
and classical selections. Open to experienced singers of the
community upon consultation. Call (708) 596-2000, ext. 2316
for more information.
MUS E18 701 2:00-3:15p       MW     MA-1137     Jackson      1/14-5/15
MUS E18 703 7:00-9:45p        M     MA-TBA      Jackson      1/14-5/13
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Music - Private Applied                                              Office Administration &
MUS C28-MUS E67–Private Applied Music Lessons
for Adults and Children
                                                                     Technology
Tuition $20       Fee $125                                           OAT E04–Access 2010
If one-on-one instruction is more your style, then enroll in          Tuition $104       Fee $99
one of our many private applied music classes. Private applied        This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
lessons are provided in eight-week units; students desiring a full    students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
semester should register for both classes in the following pairs.    *Excellent preparation for the MCAS EXAM. This microcomputer
Students may register for voice or instruments lessons. For more      application course introduces the following database functions:
information please call 596-2000, ext. 2316. Instructors will         create, edit, sort, index, and print a data file or table; develop
contact registered students by telephone to schedule lessons.         queries to extract information from the file, design and generate
First eight-week lessons begin the week of 1/14/13. Second eight-     reports including derived columns and calculations, design graphs
week lessons begin the week of 3/18/13.                               using Graph Wizard; link files by relating one file to another; and
MUS C28 731 761      Jazz Guitar      MA-1102      Miller             write macros. Previous keyboard/typing instruction is necessary
MUS E26 731 761      Folk Guitar      MA-1108      Kelley             to create business letters, business reports, memorandums, tables,
MUS E26 733 763      Folk Guitar      MA-1102      Miller             etc. Online students must have an Internet connection, be familiar
MUS E27 731 761    Modern Guitar      MA-1108      Kelley             with downloading and uploading files, and have access to current
MUS E27 733 763    Modern Guitar      MA-1102      Miller             version of Microsoft Office, including Word, Access and Excel.
MUS E28 731 761      Bass Guitar      MA-1108      Kelley            OAT E04 701               Online                          1/14-5/17
MUS E31 731 761         Piano         MA-1106    Bourgeois
MUS E31 733 763         Piano         MA-1104    DeYoung             OAT E05–Excel 2010
MUS E31 737 767         Piano         MA-1106       Lee               Tuition $104      Fee $99
MUS E31 739 769         Piano         MA-1225      Chou
                                                                      This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
                                                                      students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
MUS E31 741 771         Piano         MA-1106      Lewis
                                                                     *Excellent preparation for the MOUS EXAM. This course is
MUS E32 731 761         Voice         MA-1110     Jackson
                                                                      designed to provide students with instruction in the basic
MUS E32 733 763         Voice         MA-1106       Lee
                                                                      as well as advanced features of Microsoft Excel, including
MUS E32 735 765         Voice         MA-1104       Kirk
                                                                      the design and development of spreadsheets, creating charts,
MUS E32 737 767         Voice         MA-1104      Potsic             creating macros, working with lists, data tables, and scenarios,
MUS E32 739 769         Voice         MA-1225      Chou               integrating with other Windows programs and the World Wide
MUS E32 741 771         Voice         MA-1106      Carter             Web, and importing data into Excel. Ability to keyboard will be
MUS E32 743 773         Voice         MA-1112     Ulreich             necessary to input text and numeric data. Knowledge of basics
MUS E33 731 761     Brass (Tuba)      MA-1108      Weber              in accounting and/or business, though not required, would be
MUS E33 733 763    Brass (Trmbn)      MA-1108      Brath              helpful. Online students must have an Internet connection, be
MUS E33 735 765     Brass (Trmpt)     MA-1100    Madonia              familiar with downloading and uploading files, and have access
MUS E34 733 763        Clarinet       MA-1108       Tritt             to current version of Microsoft Office, including Word, Access
MUS E34 735 765         Flute         MA-1102       Tritt             and Excel.
MUS E34 737 767      Woodwinds        MA-1102    Patterson           OAT E05 701               Online                          1/14-5/17
MUS E36 731 761      Percussion       MA-1137     Ellison
MUS E37 731 761        Organ          MA-1106    DeYoung
MUS E38 731 761    Classical Guitar   MA-1102      Miller
MUS E38 733 763    Classical Guitar   MA-1108      Kelley
MUS E60 731 761         Violin        MA-1112      Kwok
MUS E61 731 761         Viola         MA-1112      Kwok
MUS E64 731 761         Oboe          MA-1112      Bibzak
MUS E65 731 761       Bassoon         MA-1112      Bibzak
MUS E67 731 761     French Horn       MA-1108     Kaplan
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OAT E06–PowerPoint 2010                                                OAT E16–Document Formatting I
 Tuition $104      Fee $99                                             Tuition $104       Fee $99
 This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit    This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
 students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                    students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
*Excellent preparation for the MOUS EXAM. This course is               Using the computer, the student with previous keyboarding/
 designed to provide students with instruction in the basic as         typing instruction will, by touch, review the numbers and
 well as advanced features of Microsoft PowerPoint, producing          symbols and will drill to improve speed and accuracy. Language
 a quality, professional slide presentation to be used as overhead     arts skills, centering, business correspondence, reports, and
 transparencies, an electronic presentation using a projection         tables will be introduced.
 device attached to a personal computer, 35 mm slides, or run as a     OAT E16 701   6:15-9:45p     TH      MA-3343             1/17-5/16
 virtual presentation on the Internet. Students will learn to design
 presentations enhanced with graphics and sound as well as video       OAT E17–Keyboarding Skills I
 clips. Keyboarding ability is necessary for entering text. Online     Tuition $104      Fee $99
 students must have an Internet connection, be familiar with           This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
 downloading and uploading files, and have access to a current         students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
 version of Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint and Excel.    This course will help to improve accuracy and increase speed at the
OAT E06 731   8:30-11:50a    TTH     MA-3260              1/15-5/16    computer keyboard using a diagnostic approach of error analysis.
                                                                       Corrective methods will be used based on individual’s particular
OAT E08–Business English                                               keyboarding needs. Ability to keyboard by touch is necessary prior
Tuition $104      Fee $99                                              to enrolling in this course. Online Students must have their own
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit     access to the appropriate hardware including a printer.
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                     OAT E17 701 10:00-11:50a     TTH     MA-3343             1/15-5/16
This course covers English fundamentals, sentence structure,           OAT E17 703                 Online                       1/14-5/17
punctuation, business vocabulary and spelling. Online students
must have access to an Internet connection.                            OAT E19–Word 2010
OAT E08 701 9:00-12:20p       M      MA-3428              1/14-5/13     Tuition $104      Fee $99
                                                                        This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
OAT E09–Business Communication                                          students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
Tuition $104      Fee $99                                              *Excellent preparation for the MCAS EXAM. This course is
Prerequisite: OAT E13                                                   designed to provide students with instruction in the beginning
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit      and advanced functions of Microsoft Word including creating,
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                      editing, storing, enhancing, merging and printing documents
Effective communication is studied with an emphasis on using            as well as creating headers, footers, footnotes, endnotes, tables,
written communication in a business environment. Activities             charts, macros and adding images. Working with styles, creating
include memos, letters, reports, resumes, and electronic mail.          fill-in forms, and sorting is also covered. Previous keyboard
Proper spelling, punctuation, document formatting, and                  experience necessary. Online students must have an Internet
grammar are stressed. Online student must have access to an             connection, be familiar with downloading and uploading files,
Internet connection and Word 2000 or higher.                            and have access to current version of Microsoft Office, including
OAT E09 703 6:15-9:45p       TH      MA-3260              1/17-5/16     Word, Access and Excel.
OAT E09 705                 Online                        1/14-5/17    OAT E19 701   8:30-11:50a    MW                          1/14-5/15
                                                                       OAT E19 703                 Online                       1/14-5/17
OAT E15–Basic Keyboarding Skills
Tuition $104      Fee $99
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This class teaches development of basic touch keyboarding skills
for persons who will be using computer terminals for processing
information.
OAT E15 701 12:00-12:55p     TTH     MA-3343              1/15-5/16
OAT E15 703   6:15-7:55p      T      MA-3343              1/15-5/14
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                                                                      PE E70–Foundations of Fitness I-IV
Photography                                                           Tuition $33       Fee $33
                                                                      This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
PHO E32–SLR Digital Photography-Part I                                students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
Fee $99                                                               To acquaint the student with a basic knowledge and understanding
The course is designed for the beginner student as an introduction    of physical conditioning programs. Development of a personalized
to photography. It will deal with all types of Digital Single         fitness program which includes a pretest evaluation, workouts in
Lens Reflex (DSLR) cameras. Through weekly photographic               the Fitness Lab, and a post-test evaluation.
assignments in areas such as depth of field, motion, design,          PE E70 701     9:00-9:50a      MW      FC-FTLB                   1/14-5/15
portraiture and other topics, the student will learn the operations   PE E70 703     7:00-7:50p      MW      FC-FTLB                   1/14-5/15
of their camera as well as “photographic seeing” and composition      PE E70 705     9:00-9:50a      TTH     FC-FTLB                   1/15-5/16
PHO E32 701 7:00-9:00p      T    UC-5700     Stemple      2/19-5/7    PE E70 707     6:00-6:50p      TTH     FC-FTLB                   1/15-5/16


PHO E34–Digital Photography-Part II                                   Real Estate
Fee $99                                                               RES E05–Real Estate Principles
The course is a continuation of digital Photography I. Further in     Tuition $104        Fee $99
depth assignments will be covered including white balance, black      This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
& white digital photos, and advanced camera techniques.               students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
PHO E34 701 7:00-9:00p     TH    UC-5700     Stemple      2/21-5/9    An introductory course covering the fundamentals of real estate
                                                                      and ownership. Fulfills 45-hour state requirement for taking the
Physical Education                                                    salesperson’s exam; students must pass instructor’s exam in order
                                                                      to sit for the state exam. Textbook required.
PE E09–Free Weights I                                                 RES E05 701 6:00-9:00p         MW      MA-LHC                    1/14-5/15
Tuition $33         Fee $33
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                    Travel Agent Training
Improvements of muscle tone and joint range of movement               VOC E21–Travel Career Training
(flexibility) are stressed. Students work at their own pace.          Fee $299
PE E09 701   9:00-10:40a   MW     FC-0125                1/14-5/15    This travel agent course is designed for students to gain the basic
PE E09 703   2:00-2:50p    MW     FC-0125                1/14-5/15    knowledge about the travel industry. The course topics include
PE E09 731   7:00-8:50p    TTH   FC-0125                 1/22-5/16    industry sales techniques and home based agents, how to help
PE E09 761   7:00-8:50p    TTH   FC-0125                 3/19-5/16    tourists make the best travel arrangements by coordinating hotel
                                                                      accommodations, transportation, sightseeing tours, cruises, resorts
PE E11–Low Impact/Step Aerobics                                       and specialty travel groups, and offer advice on various destinations.
Tuition $33       Fee $33                                             The class will also cover what if any paperwork travelers will
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit    be required to present when traveling whether domestically or
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                    internationally.
Students will study the cardiovascular system and participate in      VOC E21 731 6:30-9:30p         TTH    MA-3161       Falcon       4/16-5/16
low impact/step aerobics. Students will work to obtain 70% of
their maximum heart rate for a thirty-minute period.                  VOC E25–Home Based/Part-Time Travel Agent Seminar
PE E11 703   6:00-7:40p     F    FC-0125                 1/18-5/17    Fee $69
                                                                      If you’re thinking about starting a home-based/part-time travel agency, if
PE E12–Advanced Impact Step Aerobics                                  you’re just not sure this is the right move for you, or if you have questions
Tuition $33       Fee $33                                             about how to go about it, this one day seminar is for you. You will learn
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit    how a home-based travel agency works, why they are becoming so
students. Minimum age recommended for class is 18.                    popular (even among life-long “traditional” travel agents), and how you
Participation in advanced impact/step aerobics to maintain            may profit from this growing marketing phenomenon. This seminar
a designated maximum heart rate for a thirty-minute period.           will include the basic steps on how to affiliate yourself with an agency,
Incorporation of the study of the cardiovascular system               allowing you the freedom to work out of your home. Other topics
PE E12 703   6:00-7:40p     F    FC-0125                 1/18-5/17    covered include hardware/software requirements, commission splits.
                                                                      You will be given a realistic portrayal of the travel industry.
                                                                      VOC E25 701 6:30-9:30p         TH     MA-3339       Falcon             2/21
                                                                      VOC E25 731 6:30-9:30p         TH     MA-3339       Falcon            3/28
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YOUNG LEARNERS: Courses at South                                         UPF E28–Reading Refresher
                                                                         Fee: $69
Suburban College                                                         This course is designed for students reading one to two years
The college is now offering five or six-week courses. The materials      below grade level. Students will explore various reading strategies
covered in the sessions do not repeat, but enhance your child’s          to improve vocabulary and comprehension. This will include
learning method of review and introduction of new course                 understanding story themes, main ideas and summarization
materials. All of our instructors are certified teachers who are         skills. Vocabulary will consist of looking up and defining words,
looking forward to adding to your child’s development.                   creating sentences, paragraphs or short stories using the words.
Most of the classes require a minimum of five students and some          Emphasis will be on building critical thinking skills by use of
classes to have maximum limit. All registration is on a “first come,     worksheets, oral discussions and written assignments. Students
first serve” basis. We ask that students enroll at least one week        will work in groups with others performing at about the same
prior to the start of class.                                             grade level.
PARENT ALERT!!!                                                          UPF E28 701 3:30-5:00p     TH    MA-3238                 2/21-3/21
Parents or Guardians are expected to walk their child to the classroom   (This class is for students entering Grades 4-5)
and to meet them there five minutes before the end of the class.         UPF E28 703 3:30-5:00p      F    MA-3238                2/22-3/22
Children are not to walk the campus unaccompanied by an adult.           (This class is for students entering Grades 6-7)

Academic Enrichment                                                      ENG C15–Well-Written Essays
                                                                         Fee $69 (Ages 14 to 18)
ENG C15–Well-Written Essays                                              How do I start? Why doesn’t it say what I thought? Writing essays
Fee $59                                                                  can be an art and drawing stick figures will not pass. Learn the
How do I start? Why doesn’t it say what I thought? Writing essays        requirements for a well-written essay and the steps needed to
can be an art and drawing stick figures will not pass. Learn the         succeed. This course will cover the topics you need beginning
requirements for a well-written essay and the steps needed to            with pre-writing and finishing with publishing. Be prepared for
succeed. This course will cover the topics you need beginning with       state exam writing and college application essays.
pre-writing and finishing with publishing. Be prepared for state         ENG C15 705 5:00-6:30p      T    MA-3155                 2/19-3/19
exam writing and college application essays.
ENG C15 701 3:30-5:00p       T     MA-3155                 2/19-3/19
                                                                         KFK C27–Study Skills
(This class is for students entering Grades 4-6)                         Fee $69 (Ages 14 to 18)
ENG C15 703 3:30-5:00p       TH    MA-3155                 2/21-3/21     If longer, more complicated assignments in school make your
(This class is for students entering Grades 7-8)                         head spin, take this course to help kick up your study skills.
                                                                         Students will learn to manage their time, meet deadlines, read
KFK C27–Study Skills                                                     textbooks more efficiently and more. This course will also cover
Fee: $59                                                                 note taking, assignment organization, and how to plan long-
Just in time for back to school! Do you need to kick it up a             range assignment. Start your school year on top of things.
notch on your study skills? In these sessions, you will practice         KFK C27 705 5:00-6:30p      M    MA-3244                2/18-3/1/8
and improve outlining, taking notes, organizing assignments,
keeping notebooks in order and planning long range projects.             MTH C08–Introduction to Algebra
KFK C27 701 3:30-5:00p       M     MA-3238                 2/18-3/18     Fee $69 (Ages 14 to 18)
(This class is for students entering Grades 4-6)                         Students will study a variety of topics in the course. Linear
KFK C27 703 3:30-5:00p       W     MA-3153                 2/20-3/20     equations in one variable will be a focus. Equation solving
(This class is for students entering Grades 7-8)                         and Problem Solving will be primary goals using equations
                                                                         with positive and negative numbers, parentheses, proportions
UPF E07–Math Refresher                                                   and variables on both sides of the equal sign. The Distributive
Fee: $69                                                                 Property will be given a major focus. Polynomials will be studied
This course is designed for students working one to two years below      with an emphasis on factoring for the solutions of quadratic
grade level. These sessions will consist of review and instruction of    equations and manipulation.
basic arithmetic skills for student’s grade level. Conceptual as well    MTH C08 701 5:00-6:30p     TH    MA-3240                 2/21-3/21
as computational skills will be emphasized. Students will work in
groups with others performing at about the same grade level.
UPF E07 701 3:30-5:00p       M     MA-3153                 2/18-3/18
(This class is for students entering Grades 4-5)
UPF E07 703 3:30-5:00p       W     MA-3153                 2/20-3/20
(This class is for students entering Grades 6-7)
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Foreign Language
COM E66–Conversational Spanish I
Fee $69 (Ages 14 to 18)
This introduction Spanish course for young people is a great way
for students to take part in a unique cultural experience that will
help them learn the Spanish language. Through a variety activities
and games incorporated into this creative program students will
learn simple greetings, numbers, time, courtesy phrases and
basic words. Simple grammatical structures and pronunciation
use will be shown.
COM E66 701 4:30-6:00p      TH   MA-3351                 2/20-3/20




   Early Registration Special—20% Off Coupon


    College for Kids


                                    Register on or before June 7, 2013
                                       and receive 20% off of any
                                        College for Kids classes.
                                          Summer Session Only.
                                    One coupon per family: Coupon
                                     must be present at the time of
                                       registration and in person.
                                               Not redeemable for cash.
                                              Expiration Date, June 8, 2013
                                              Classes totaling over $100.00
                                             may apply for deferred payment
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        Summer Session
           Classes
           Course Schedule will be online at
             www.ssc.edu by May, 2013.




    Open Houses
    Visit ssc.edu to find
    Open Houses for our
    Career and Degree
    Programs.

The Business and Career Institute at South Suburban College has
provided just in time training for regional employers since 1992.
Our staff consists of expert trainers with real world industry experience.
Whether you need technical, organizational development, continuous
improvement, problem solving, or computer application training, BCI
is your local solution!
   For more information, call (708) 596-2000, ext. 2522 or email bci@ssc.edu.
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   Job Training Department
The Job Training Department at South Suburban College offers Employment Training programs and services. The programs provide
services based upon the needs of the individual to obtain or retain employment for self-sufficiency. A client may receive all or part
of the services identified below. Core Services would be followed by Intensive Services, which in turn would be followed by Training
Services.
When contacting South Suburban College, participants and employers are presented with a comprehensive inventory of services.
Initial screening of each participant’s employment and/or training needs is conducted. An orientation is held at South Suburban
College to provide participants with information on the Job Training Department’s programs and services. Call (708) 596-2000, ext.
2530 for more information.


                                           Tuition Free “Rebound” Program
South Suburban College announces a program that will provide an opportunity for individuals who have been laid off as a result of
the struggling economy to improve their situations. The SSC Board of Trustees granted the administration permission to implement
a tuition-free program for residents of College District 510 who have become unemployed. Qualified Rebound Students do not pay
tuition costs or fees, only their books. An individual may choose from eighteen (18) different programs available.


                                    Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Programs
For residents of the West and South Suburbs of Cook County and funded through Cook County Works. The goal of all WIA programs is
to train and/or re-train to obtain and retain employment. Programs include tuition assistance, support services, career exploration, and
job development, based upon eligibility and suitability. A one year commitment after job placement is required for all WIA Programs.


                                             WIA Adult Program (ages 18+)
The State of Illinois policy, under the Workforce Investment Act’s priority service provisions, allocates the majority of adult funds for
recipients of public assistance and other low-income persons lacking job specific skills.


                                   WIA Dislocated Worker Program (ages 18+)
For those individuals that are:
	 •	Unlikely	to	return	to	prior	industry	or	occupation	
	 •	Laid	off	or	terminated	due	to	plant	closure	and/or	substantial	layoff	
	 •	Formerly	self-employed	but	now	unemployed	
	 •	A	displaced	homemaker.	


                                           WIA Youth Program (ages 17-21)
A year round program providing all aforementioned services including:
	 •	Internships	
	 •	On-the-job	training	for	individuals	with	barriers	to	employment	
	 •	Basic	Academic	Skills	Deficiency	




                                                                                          www.cookcountyil.gov/CountyWorks

      For more information on any Job Training Program, call (708) 596-2000, ext. 2530.
                       Office: Room 4461 Email: jobtraining@ssc.edu
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                 Start Your Truck Driving Career at
                      South Suburban College
   In just 4-6 weeks, you can acquire the skills to work as a professional truck driver
   - a job that gives you the money and freedom you’ve always wanted. With the
   need for qualified truck drivers at an all-time high, trucking companies are offering
   new employees higher starting salaries and improved benefits packages.
   O.T.R. PRO DRIVER COURSE – CDL CLASS A                    160 HOURS             $3,295
   Designed for individuals with little or no commercial driving experience, the O.T.R. Pro Driver
   course provides a thorough education in tractor trailer driving. Safe driving techniques and hands
   on training in the vehicle form the basis of this program. Completion of this program qualifies
   successful graduates to gain entry into the trucking industry as over-the-road drivers.

   LOCAL PRO DRIVER COURSE – CDL CLASS A                     200 HOURS             $3,895
   Designed for individuals with little or no commercial driving experience, the Local Pro Driver course provides an emphasis on local pickup
   and delivery operations and is designed to provide comprehensive training in all facets of safe, defensive driving in demanding local traffic
   conditions. Students train in a wide variety of local traffic environments with an emphasis on attaining superior backing skills.

   REGIONAL PRO DRIVER COURSE – CDL CLASS A 240 HOURS                              $4,595
   Designed for individuals with little or no commercial driving experience, the Regional Pro Driver course combines the best features of the
   O.T.R. and Local courses into one program. It is designed for those individuals seeking employment opportunities as regional drivers for
   either truckload or less-than-truckload companies.

   CLASS B CDL COURSE                                        160 HOURS             $2,895
   Designed for individuals with little or no commercial driving experience, the Class B CDL course provides complete training and licensing
   opportunities for those individuals seeking to drive straight trucks or other single commercial vehicles.

                                      All classes meet Monday-Friday, 7:00 am - 3:30pm

                            DRV-E01-740         1/7-2/1 2013                  DRV-E01-752         3/11-4/5 2013
                            DRV-E01-743         1/22-2/15 2013                DRV-E01-755         3/25-4/19 2013
                            DRV-E01-746         2/4-3/1 2013                  DRV-E01-758         4/8-5/3 2013
                            DRV-E01-749         2/25-3/22 2013                DRV-E01-761         4/22-5/17 2013


                          Classes must have sufficient enrollment. Dates are subject to change.



                                                  Phone: (708) 225-5884                                      Business & Career Institute
                                                                                                                 University & College Center
                                                   Fax: (708) 225-5835
                                                                                                                   16333 S. Kilbourn Ave.
                                                   Email: BCI@ssc.edu                                               Oak Forest IL, 60452
                                                      Board of Trustees
                 Frank M. Zuccarelli,                             Katie Jackson                                       Terry R. Wells
                                                                                                                       Wells, a Phoenix resident,
                 Chairman                                         Booker                                               was appointed to the SSC
                 Zuccarelli, a South Holland                      Jackson Booker, a Dixmoor                            Board of Trustees in 2001.
                 resident, has served as                          resident, has served as a                            He currently serves as
                 a member of the South                            member of the SSC Board                              Chairperson of the Board’s
Suburban College Board of Trustees since          of Trustees since 1994. She has a strong             Legislative Committee, and represents SSC
1978 and has been Board Chairman since            interest in assuring that the college’s              as a legislative liaison in Springfield through
1987. A former student of the college,            programs and services are accessible to all          the Illinois Community College Trustee
Zuccarelli is committed to maintaining            District 510 residents who may benefit from          Association. Terry’s goals include working
an affordable educational system for the          them. Katie serves as Chairperson of the             with local high schools to inform them about
working person while keeping local taxes          Board’s Policy Committee, and is active with         the wealth of programs and support services
at the lowest possible level. During Frank’s      the SSC Disabled Students Advisory Board.            available at SSC, and increasing student
tenure, SSC has expanded its academic             A married mother of four children, four              enrollment. Married with two children, Wells
programs, initiated tuition deferments,           grandchildren, also Kameron and Katelyn,             is employed as a history teacher at Thornton
and developed partnerships with DePaul,           Jackson Booker is a member of St. Mark               High School. He also serves as President of
Governors State, Chicago State University         Church Cathedral, President of the Dixmoor           the Village of Phoenix, a position he has held
and the University of St. Francis among other     Civic Organization, and of the West-Harvey           since 1993. In addition to his other roles,
institutions. In addition to his role at SSC,     Dixmoor Board of Education #147 where                Trustee Wells also serves as President of
Zuccarelli has served as Thornton Township        she serves as Chairperson of the Finance             the South Suburban Mayors and Managers
Supervisor since 1993.                            Committee.                                           Association.


                 John A. Daly, Vice-                              Anthony DeFilippo
                 Chair                                                                                                Joseph Whittington,
                                                                  Anthony DeFilippo, Trustee
                 Daly, an Oak Forest resident,                                                                        Jr.
                 has served as a member of                        DeFilippo, a Calumet City                            Whittington, Jr, a Harvey
                 the SSC Board of Trustees                         resident, has served on the                         resident for over 24 years
since 1991. He became Vice-Chairman                               SSC Board of Trustees since                          has served as a member of
in 1994 and served as Chairman of the             1989. His involvement in the community is            the SSC Board of Trustees since 2005 and
Presidential Search Committees. As Vice-          rather extensive, as he belongs to a number          serves as Chairman of the Board’s Audit
Chair of the Board, Daly leads SSC’s ongoing      of civic, social, church and professional            Committee. Married with four children,
efforts to improve services while maintaining     organizations. DeFilippo’s Master’s Degree           Whittington has been an Alderman of the
a stable or reduced tax rate.                     in finance allows him to focus on maintaining        second Ward in Harvey since 2003, and
                                                  the financial integrity of the college.              is working with the city and developers to
Married with five children, Daly is the Village                                                        initiate programs to revitalize the business
Administrator for Orland Hills. In addition to    As a registered pharmacist, DeFilippo
                                                                                                       area. He recently retired after 36 years of
his role at SSC, Daly continues to serve as       works in the medical affairs sector and is
                                                                                                       service as a Senior Facilitator at P.A.C.E.
Chairman of the South Suburban Mayors             responsible for the advancement of medical
                                                                                                       Institute, located within the Cook County
and Managers Association’s Management             education and clinical trial opportunities at
                                                                                                       Department of Corrections in Chicago.
& Finance Committee since 1996. He is the         academic and medical centers. He serves in
past Chairman of the Chicago Southland            this capacity throughout the country.
Convention and Visitor’s Bureau and a
member of the Southwest Conference
of Mayors. Daly would like to express his
gratitude to the residents of College District
                                                                  Jacqueline Martin                                   Rebecca Garcia,
                                                                  Martin is in her second                             Student Trustee
510 for continuing to show their confidence in
                                                                  term as a member of the                             Rebecca Garcia was newly
him by supporting his re-election to the Board
                                                                  SSC Board of Trustees. She                          elected to the position of
of Trustees.
                                                                  serves as Chairperson for                           Student Trustee in April of
                                                  the Board’s Architectural Committee, and             2012. Ms. Garcia, a resident of Dolton, IL,
                                                  is committed to ensuring the best possible           has returned to school to pursue her degree
                                                  facilities and technology for SSC students.          and is studying Political Science at SSC.
                                                  She has worked as a legislative assistant for        Garcia is looking forward to listening and
                                                  the past 10 years, and serves on the Advisory        learning about the issues to better advocate
                                                  Board for Disabled Students. Married with            for the students of the college. Garcia is the
                                                  two children, Jacque is a lifelong resident of       first president of the recently established
                                                  College District 510 and a past member of            SSC Green Club and also participates in SSC
                                                  Parent Teacher Association for School District 215
                                                                                                       Student Leadership.
                                                  and for School District 158.
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