■ Winter 2010
Whether you are planning to transfer to a four-year college, enhance your job skills, improve your
English and math or complete your high school education, NSCC has the classes and programs you Transfer
need. Our “Academic Education” section includes all the classes we oﬀer this quarter that are taken
for credit. This includes the classes needed to fulﬁll associate degree requirements and those which
result in a certiﬁcate of achievement. to Four-Year
Your Bachelorʼs Degree Starts Here Universities
NSCC oﬀers an open door to anyone considering attaining a four-year degree. North’s excellent
faculty, small classes and strong support services, like free tutoring, prepare you well for your and Colleges
junior and senior years of college. Although the majority head to the University of Washington,
When you complete an Associate
our students have continued their studies all over the country at such noteworthy schools as
of Arts (AA), Associate of Science
Boston College, Cornell, Dartmouth,
(AS) or Associate in Business (AB)
Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Johns
Hopkins, Michigan State, Northwestern, at NSCC, you may beneﬁt from the
NYU, Penn State, Tufts, UC Berkeley, Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA)
UCLA and Vanderbilt. between community colleges and
most public and private Washington
North’s advising staﬀ provide the
state colleges and universities. The
information you need to enhance your
Direct Transfer Agreement assures the
transfer planning. You can meet with
transfer of credit into these colleges
an advisor for one-on-one attention
or attend one of the many events they and universities, (but not automatic
host for transfer preparation including admission, since each institution has
opportunities to meet representatives separate admission criteria such as
from four-year schools and workshops on how to prepare competitive applications and how to G.P.A, core requirements and major
choose a major. For more information about transfer events or to make an appointment with advising preparation).
services, visit www.northseattle.edu/services/transfer. Other accredited Washington and out
of state four-year institutions will also
Adult Basic Education, GED, ESL accept transfer credits from NSCC,
Not quite ready for college-level classes? You’re not alone. We provide classes that can help you get and several colleges and universities
your GED, brush up on reading and math skills or become a proﬁcient English speaker if English accept North’s professional/technical
is not your ﬁrst language. These classes are aﬀordable and are essential if your options are limited degrees in various subject areas as well.
by your basic skills. Advisors will help you select the right classes for you. You may even qualify for For information on transfer institutions
programs at a reduced cost. To learn more, visit www.northseattle.edu/enroll/advise/abeesl.htm. To and how to prepare for your transfer,
make an appointment with an advisor contact advising services at AdvisorNorth@sccd.ctc.edu or visit Advising and check out the College
call (206) 527-7303. Transfer Web site: www.northseattle.
Professional/Technical Programs - edu/services/transfer.
practical training for your career of choice
North’s Professional/Technical programs help career changers and those
new to the workforce develop speciﬁc skills for jobs that are in demand
in the marketplace. Our business and industry partners help us develop
courses and often provide internships or employment for program graduates.
Student, Edward Gee, appreciates the fact that his HVAC class time is
focused on skill development, allowing him to get back in the workforce as
quickly as possible. He says, “I came to North because I was interested in
jump-starting a new career. North Seattle’s programs are focused on current
trends and the needs of employers.” For a full list of programs of study and
for more information about our Professional/Technical programs, visit www.northseattle.edu/
Academic Education 31
ACCT 255 INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX
Accounting Intro to individual tax laws (as opposed to business tax laws). Includes preparation of
Accounting students learn accounting, business, bookkeeping and computer individual income tax forms using text and/or web based sites or income tax software.
skills, such as spreadsheets, computerized accounting software and payroll
4038 ACCT 255 01N 5cr IB 3413 MW 5:30PM-7:40PM HOPT
systems. For more information visit http://www.northseattle.edu/acct/.
9426 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION PSOMOSTITHIS
ACCT 110 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING I
ACCT 256 TAXATION OF CORPORATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS
Development of the accounting cycle and the preparation of ﬁnancial statements for
the sole proprietor for service and merchandising enterprises. Also includes special Theory of taxation and application to the preparation of partnership and corporate
journals and payroll reports and tax returns. Prereq: ACCT& 202 and ACCT 255 or permission.
4040 ACCT 256 01 1-5cr IB 3313 MW 12:30PM-2:40PM STAFF
4000 ACCT 110 01 5cr IB 3327 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAFF
4003 ACCT 110 02N 5cr IB 3315 TTh 5:30PM-7:40PM STAFF ACCT 257 BUSINESS TAX ACCOUNTING
9400 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION PSOMOSTITHIS
Basic principles, practices and governmental regulations (federal, Washington state
ACCT 120 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING II and local) involved in business tax accounting. Includes ﬁling returns, record-keeping,
Specialized accounting procedures for merchandising businesses and partnerships. tax planning, registrations and business licenses Prereq: ACCT 120 or ACCT& 202
Introduces accounting for corporations and manufacturing businesses. Prereq: Comple- or permission.
tion of ACCT 110 with 2.0 or higher. 9427 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
4005 ACCT 120 01 5cr IB 3428 DAILY 10:00AM–10:50AM STAFF ACCT 258 PRACTICAL INCOME TAX PREPARATION
9403 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION BRELAND 4045 ACCT 258 01 5cr IB 3305 TTh 12:30PM-2:40PM ERNST
ACCT 131 QUICKBOOKS ACCT 260 PEACHTREE ACCOUNTING
Hands-on use of QuickBooks to record business transactions, prepare customer in- A hands-on approach to learning Peachtree Accounting Software, widely used by service
voices, pay vendors, record payroll and produce small business ﬁnancial reports. Prereq: and merchandising businesses and accountants. Utilize various modules to prepare
ACC 201 or ACC 110 or instructor permission. Lab Fee internal and external reports. Prereq: ACCT 110, ACCT& 201 or permission.
4008 ACCT 131 01N 5cr IB 3307 MW 5:30PM-7:40PM STAFF 9428 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION TIAN
9405 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION TIAN
ACCT 270 COST ACCOUNTING
ACCT&201 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
Theory of cost accounting; cost systems; sources of cost data and their accumulation,
Identiﬁcation and application of the concepts, conventions, and generally accepted ac- allocation and analysis; and managerial control through cost data. Prereq: ACCT&
counting principles which underlie ﬁnancial accounting reporting. Transaction analysis 203 or permission
journal entries, and the proper preparation of ﬁnancial statements are emphasized.
9430 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION KOPERSKI
4022 ACCT& 201 02 5cr IB 3313 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM WOODS
ACCT& 201 01 5cr
ACCT& 201 03N 5cr
Adult Basic Education -
9410 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION
ACCT&202 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
Level 2, 3, & 4
To take ABE classes, you must be a US citizen, or have a green card, or be a
Continuation of ACCT&201. Internal controls and cash, receivables, non-current refugee or immigrant. If you have a different visa status, for example B2, F2,
operating assets, debt and equity ﬁnancing, investments and cash ﬂow statements are J2, please see International Student Programs, Room CC 2357, or call (206)
emphasized. Prereq: ACCT& 201 or permission. 527-3672.
4026 ACCT& 202 01 5cr IB 3313 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM WOODS See Adult Education Advisor in Advising Center to enroll throughout the quar-
4028 ACCT& 202 02 5cr IB 3313 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM WOODS ter. For information call 527-7303. All students must see the Adult Education
4030 ACCT& 202 03N 5cr IB 3313 MW 5:30PM-7:40PM SMITH Advisor to enroll in these courses.
9412 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION FOE
ABE 020 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION LEVEL 2
ACCT&203 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING III Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes are for adults who are already proﬁcient in the
Managerial Accounting is the study of the development, analysis, presentation, and English language, but wish to improve their basic reading, writing and math skills.
interpretation of accounting data for use by managers who plan, direct, and control 1800 ABE 020 03 5cr CC 3346 MW 9:00AM-11:30AM DANZ
business operation. Prereq: ACCT 120 or ACCT&202 or permission.
4032 ACCT& 203 01 5cr IB 3413 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM SMITH
ABE 021 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION LEVEL 2 MATH
4034 ACCT& 203 02N 5cr IB 3315 MW 5:30PM-7:40PM CHU 1810 ABE 021 01 5cr TB 1548B TTh 9:00AM-11:30AM HAYEK
9414 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION CHU ABE 030 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION LEVEL 3
ACCT 251 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I 1801 ABE 030 03 5cr CC 3346 MW 9:00AM-11:30AM DANZ
Foundation of ﬁnancial accounting; includes in-depth study of generally accepted ABE 031 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION LEVEL 3 MATH SKILLS
accounting principles and concepts. Emphasis on deeper understanding of ﬁnancial 1811 ABE 031 01 5cr TB 1548B TTh 9:00AM-11:30AM HAYEK
statements, earnings management, revenue/receivables/cash cycle. Prereq: ACCT&202
or permission. ABE 040 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION LEVEL 4
1814 ABE 040 01 5cr IB 3330 MW 9:00AM-11:30AM HAINES
9418 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION BOUKER
1842 ABE 040 04 5cr IB 3330 TTh 6:00PM-8:30PM HART
ACCT 252 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II ABE 041 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION LEVEL 4 MATH
Continued in-depth review of ﬁnancial accounting principles, emphasis on revenue 1820 ABE 041 01 5cr IB 3330 TTh 9:00AM-11:30AM HAINES
recognition, inventory, cost of goods sold, non-operating assets, debt/equity ﬁnancing
and other accounting topics. Prereq: ACCT&202, ACCT 251, or permission. ABE 049 BASIC SKILLS SUPPORT FOR PROFESSIONAL/TECH PROGRAMS
9420 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION BOUKER 1826 ABE 049 I1 3cr IB 1303 WTh 1:15PM-2:30PM DISTELHORST
1827 ABE 049 I2 2cr IB 1303 T 12:00PM-1:50PM PALMER
32 Academic Education
ABE 054 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION LEVEL 5 - COMPUTERS
Introduces the basics of Microsoft Oﬃce application (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
America’s Ethnic History
The course is most suitable for those who have previously used a computer. The course AME 150 AMERICAʼS ETHNIC HISTORY
is self-paced with a high level of student/teacher interaction. Narrative study of American identity. Emphasizes the interaction among American
1828 ABE 054 01 5cr TB 1643B MW 12:00PM-2:20PM LYNCH Indians, and African, European, Latino and Asian immigrants in the U.S. and conﬂict
1829 ABE 054 02 5cr TB 1643B TH 12:00PM-2:20PM LYNCH and cooperation in the areas of economics, politics and culture. Fulﬁlls U.S. Cultures
requirement. Transfer class.
ABE 070 EDUCATIONAL INTERVIEWING FOR ABE/GED STUDENTS
3015 AME 150 02 5cr IB 3416 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM OLGUIN
This 3-hour orientation class is required for all new ABE/GED students. Students are
given information about the program and tested for placement into classes.
1830 ABE 070 01 0.3cr ARR ARR ARR HART
American Sign Language
ASL&122 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II
Adult GED Exam Preparation Formerly ASL 102
To take GED classes, you must be a US citizen, or have a green card, or be a Continuation of ASL& 121 to build mastery of ASL grammar skills, increase vocabu-
refugee or immigrant. All students must see the Adult Education Advisor to lary, and gain a deeper knowledge and appreciation of Deaf culture. Prereq: ASL& 121
enroll in these courses. For information call 527-7303. or ASL 101 with a 2.0 GPA or higher or permission. Transfer class.
1700 ASL& 122 01 5cr CC3352 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM MOE-SHORT
GED 050 BASIC GED PREPARATION 5
GED classes are for students who have not completed high school. Work is on reading,
writing, mathematics, science, social studies, and test taking skills.
Anesthesia Technical Services
Program is intended to help prepare incumbent anesthesia support staﬀ for national
1815 GED 050 01 5cr IB 3330 MW 9:00AM-11:30AM HAINES
certiﬁcation through the American Society of Anesthesia Technologists and Technicians
1840 GED 050 02 5cr IB 3330 TTh 6:00PM-8:30PM HART
(ASATT). Permission is required to enroll in the program. Contact Aaron Nelson
GED 051 BASIC GED PREPARATION MATH LEVEL 5 (206) 528-4546 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional program information go to
1821 GED 051 01 5cr IB 3330 TTh 9:00AM-11:30AM HAINES http://www.northseattle.edu/health/anesthesia-tech.htm
GED 060 ADVANCED GED PREPARATION LEVEL 6 ATEC 102 ANESTHESIA-RELATED ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
1816 GED 060 01 5cr IB 3330 MW 9:00AM-11:30AM HAINES 9381 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION NELSON, A
1841 GED 060 02 5cr IB 3330 TTh 6:00PM-8:30PM HART
ATEC 105 BASIC PHARMACOLOGY FOR ANESTHESIA
GED 061 ADVANCED GED PREPARATION MATH LEVEL 6 9383 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION NELSON, A
1822 GED 061 01 5cr IB 3330 TTh 9:00AM-11:30AM HAINES
ATEC 106 ANESTHESIA MACHINES, MEDICAL GASES AND SCAVENGERS
Adult High School Completion 9385 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION NELSON, A
Adult High School students who need elective credit English may enroll
in any of the day English classes for which they qualify listed on the High
School Course Substitution list. Students who need science credits see Adult ANTH&106 AMERICAN MOSAIC
Education Advisor. WA and other U.S. Residents under 19 pay regular resident 9541 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION ABE
tuition rates; international students pay non-resident rates. Residents over 19
pay $16.20 per credit hour. ANTH 113 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURE AND PEOPLES OF AFRICA
9543 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION ABE
ENGL 042 COMPOSITION III
Assessment and development of language and communications skills and knowledge. ANTH 130 WORLD CULTURES
Emphasizes eﬀective communication in academic and career contexts. Analysis of 9545 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION ABE
models of eﬀective writing and speaking. Research paper or project on career-oriented ANTH&206 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
topic. Prereq: Appropriate placement testing and counseling. 9547 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION ABE
1850 ENGL 042 01 10cr CC 3349 MTTh 6:00PM-9:10PM PURDY
ANTH 298 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY
MATH 081 BASIC MATH SKILLS – COMPUTER BASED 9549 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION ABE
Covers whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percent, ratio and proportion, geometry
and measurements and introduction to algebra and discussions concerning math
1860 MATH 081 A 5cr ED 2842A MW 6:00PM-8:20PM DeSOTO Drafting
MATH 097 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA - COMPUTER BASED This program can prepare you for entry level jobs in engineering, construc-
tion and architecture. For more information visit: http://www.northseattle.
Fast-paced course for students with previous success in algebra. Topics include linear
and quadratic equations and graphs, inequalities, exponents, polynomials, rational
expressions, radicals. Prereq: Placement test. TDR 109 ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING LAB
1861 MATH 097 A 5cr ED 2842A MW 6:00PM-8:20PM DeSOTO A supervised drafting development lab where students can work on class projects to
increase speed and competency and hands-on skills using software or hand drafting
MATH 098 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA - COMPUTER BASED techniques. May be repeated. Computer Fee.
Sets and the real number system, polynomial and rational expressions, exponents and
5100 TDR 109 01 1cr ED 1845C F 8:00AM-9:50AM STAFF
radicals, ﬁrst and second degree equations, linear systems of equations, graphs. Prereq:
At least one year high school algebra or equivalent placement exam, or MATH 085 or
MATH 097 with a 2.0 or better, or Placement test. Most current class listings are on the Web!
1862 MATH 098 J 5cr ED 2842A MW 6:00PM-8:20PM DeSOTO www.northseattle.edu
Academic Education 33
TDR 111 BASIC CAD DRAFTING ART 112 DRAWING
Intro to basic computer Aided Drafting practices using Autodesk’s AutoCAD program. Drawing from the human ﬁgure in black and white media. Emphasis on proportion and
Focuses on drawing commands, layering, scaling, dimensioning and text styles as used in shading in short sketches as well as long poses. Prereq: ART 111 or instructor permis-
construction/design industry. Emphasis on developing production skills. Open lab. sion. Lab fee required. Transfer class.
5104 TDR 111 01 5cr ED 1845C MW 7:45AM-9:50AM STAFF 1014 ART 112 01 5cr AS 1532 MWF 1:00PM-2:50PM CHRISTENSON
TDR 112 INTERMEDIATE CAD DRAFTING/CONSTRUCTION & DESIGN ART 114 INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I
Continuation of TDR 111. Focuses on usage of external sources, creation of blocks, Digital camera operation, photo editing and computer manipulation techniques for
paper space/model space, ﬁle management and exchange and plotting as it relates to the general student. 3 mega-pixel camera of more than $300 and Photoshop familiarity
construction/design applications. Isometrics and 3D concepts may be introduced. required. Both Art Lab and Comp Lab fees require. Transfer Class.
Computer Fee. 1016 ART 114 01 5cr ED 2843B MW 6:00PM-8:50PM TACHIBANA
5106 TDR 112 01 5cr ED 1845C TTh 7:45AM-9:50AM STAFF
ART 115 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II
TDR 134 SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS Photography basics involving lab, lighting, models and presentation. See division for list
Course focuses on the major building systems including foundations, structural systems, of required equipment. Pre-req: ART 114 or permission. Both Art lab and Computer
heat loss prevention, water and waste, ﬁre protection, electrical and HVAC. Introduces lab fees required. Transfer class.
the Uniform Building Code, type of construction and a historical discussion. 1017 ART 115 01 5cr ED 2843B MW 6:00PM-8:50PM TACHIBANA
5115 TDR 134 01 5cr ED 1845C DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAFF
ART 121 INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING
TDR 161 APPLIED MECHANICS II Fine art prints: linocut, monotype, monoprint. Use of inks, papers and tools explained
Continuation of TDR 160. Covers basic wood beam design. Includes allowable stress, and demonstrated. May be taken out of sequence. No prerequisites. Drawing back-
loading criteria, shear and deﬂection. Covers basic truss analysis. Prerequisite: TDR 160. ground helpful. Lab fee required. Transfer Class.
5120 TDR 161 01 5cr ED 1845C Daily 10:00AM-10:50AM STAFF 1019 ART 121 01 5cr AS 1530 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM KNOWLES
TDR 174 INTRO TO CAD FOR ARCHITECTURAL & ENGINEERING DRT ART 122 INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING-INTERMEDIATE
Introduction to the basic concepts of Computer Aided Drafting (CAD). Use AutoCad Further development in ﬁne art prints: relief, monotype, intaglio. Techniques demon-
2008 to produce construction drawings and details. CAD’s impact on productivity and strated. Art elements, personal imagery emphasized. May be taken out of sequence. No
contemporary design practice will be discussed. Computer Fee. prerequisites. Drawing helpful. Lab fee required. Transfer Class.
5130 TDR 174 01N 4cr ED 1845C W 6:00PM-10:00PM STAFF 1020 ART 122 01 5cr AS 1530 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM KNOWLES
TDR 175 INTERMEDIATE CAD FOR ARCHITECTURAL & ENGINEERING ART 123 THE PAINTERLY PRINT: MONOTYPE AND MONOPRINT
Students learn advanced AutoCAD commands and techniques for increasing produc- Further development in mixed-media ﬁne art prints: relief, monotype, monoprint,
tivity. Lecture and individual projects build skills necessary to compete for AutoCAD intaglio. Monotype and personal imagery emphasized. May be taken out of sequence.
positions in the design community. Prerequisite: TDR 174 or instructor permission. No prerequisites. Drawing helpful. Lab fee required. Transfer Class.
Computer Fee. 1021 ART 123 01 5cr AS 1530 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM KNOWLES
5135 TDR 175 01N 4cr ED 1845C T 6:00PM-10:00PM STAFF
ART 201 PAINTING
TDR 258 CONTRACT DRAWING PREPARATION I Beginning painting in oil using still life. Emphasis on basics such as composition, value
Preparation of architectural CAD drawings with emphasis on wood frame structures and studies, color mixing, and canvas preparation. No prereq: some drawing background
light commercial buildings. Building codes, speciﬁcations and building department re- important. Lab fee required. Transfer Class.
quirements for obtaining building permit will be discussed. Open Lab. Computer Fee. 1025 ART 201 01 5cr AS 1532 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM CHRISTENSON
5140 TDR 258 01N 5cr ED 1845C M 5:00PM-10:00PM STAFF 1028 ART 201 02 5cr AS 1532 MW 6:00PM-8:50PM KELLY
ART 202 PAINTING
Art Further development of color and composition. Individual instruction. Prereq: ART
ART&100 ART APPRECIATION 201 or instructor permission. Lab fee required. Transfer Class.
Formerly Art 100 – Intro to Art 1026 ART 202 01 5cr AS 1532 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM CHRISTENSON
Historical backgrounds and design fundamentals that have aﬀected art through slide 1029 ART 202 02 5cr AS 1532 MW 6:00PM-8:50PM KELLY
lectures, reading and practical studio applications. Transfer class.
ART 203 PAINTING
1006 ART& 100 01 5cr LB 1231 MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM WILLS
Further studies in color, composition, as well as subject matter. Individual instruction.
Also meets in AS 1530 TTh 12:00PM-12:50PM
Prereq: ART 202 or instructor permission. Lab fee required. Transfer Class.
ART 101 DESIGN 1027 ART 203 01 5cr AS 1532 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM CHRISTENSON
Studio studies in the fundamentals of two-dimensional art with problems based on
line, space, texture, shape and color theories. Includes practical applications to design. 1030 ART 203 02 5cr AS 1532 MW 6:00PM-8:50PM KELLY
Lab fee required. Transfer Class. ART 210 COMPUTER ART
1008 ART 101 01 5cr AS 1530 MWF 10:00AM-11:50AM CHRISTENSON
Design and manipulate images using vector- and pixel-based applications. Combines
ART 111 DRAWING basic art/design principles with use of digital methods. From printed to Web-based
media. No prereq. CL fee required. Transfer Class.
Study of line, value, space, perspective, and composition through the use of charcoal,
pencil, pen, and brush. Lab fee required. Transfer Class. 1035 ART 210 01 5cr ED 2843B TTh 6:00PM-8:50PM MEYER
1010 ART 111 01 5cr AS 1532 TTh 8:00AM-10:50AM KNOWLES
1011 ART 111 02 5cr AS 1532 MWF 10:00AM-11:50AM STAFF
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule
1012 ART 111 03 5cr AS 1532 TTh 6:00PM-8:50PM KELLY
and other key quater dates.
34 Academic Education
ART 211 SCULPTURE ART 283 INTRODUCTION TO ALLOYING AND JEWELRY CASTING
Fundamentals of composition in the round, in clay and plaster, using the basic tech- Continue exploring the casting processes while honing your fabrication skills with
niques of carving, casting, and building. Prereq: beginning drawing, design or instructor advanced forming techniques. Rubber molding, enameling and shop business practices
permission. Lab fee required. Transfer Class. will be addressed. Prereq: ART 282. Lab fee required. Transfer Class.
1038 ART 211 01 5cr AS 1632 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN 1061 ART 283 01 5cr AS 1533 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM HULL
Also meets in AS 1633 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM
ART 212 SCULPTURE
Fundamentals of relief composition in clay, plaster and wood using the basic techniques ART 284 BENCH TECHNIQUES AND PRACTICES
of carving, casting, and building. Prereq: ART 211 or instructor permission. Lab fee Advanced bench skills and production techniques will be taught allowing students to
required. Transfer Class. create innovative pieces with personal statements. The emphasis will be on creating a body
1039 ART 212 01 5cr AS 1632 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN of work that is exhibition ready. Prereq: ART 283. Lab fee required. Transfer class.
1062 ART 284 01 5cr AS 1533 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM HULL
ART 213 SCULPTURE Also meets in AS 1633 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM
Fundamentals of three-dimensional composition with emphasis on life studies. Basic
materials will be clay, plaster, or wood. Prereq: ART 212 or instructor permission. Lab ART 290 THE ART BUSINESS
fee required. Transfer Class. Fundamentals of business aspects of art, including designing and packaging the portfolio
1040 ART 213 01 5cr AS 1632 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN for AFA/CFA degrees, photographic artwork, building a resume, marketing, copyrights,
contracts and other essential business practices. Recommended: At least two courses of
ART 214 ADVANCED COMPUTER ART college-level art. Transfer class.
Production of digital output for ﬁne art and commercial projects, both print and moni- 1064 ART 290 01 5cr AS 1530 TTh 9:00AM-11:20AM CHRISTENSON
tor-based. Manipulation of input resources (e.g. scanning, digital cameras), composition
& editing strategies, layout, color management, and output considerations. Integration ART 299 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN ART
of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and ImageReady in workﬂow situations. PREREQ- Instructor permission required. Lab fee required. Transfer class.
UISITE: ART 210 or permission of instructor. 1070 ART 299 01 1-3cr IB 2407A ARR ARR CHRISTENSON
1045 ART 214 01 5cr ED 2843B TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM MEYER 1071 ART 299 02 1-3cr IB 2407A ARR ARR KNOWLES
1072 ART 299 03 1-3cr IB 2407A ARR ARR STAFF
ART 221 CERAMIC ART 1073 ART 299 04 1-3cr IB 2407A ARR ARR HULL
Beginning class in basic pottery design and construction. Basic stress on hand building 1074 ART 299 05 1-3cr IB 2407A ARR ARR MEYER
(coils, slabs, etc.), and basic glazing. Lab fee required. Transfer Class. 1075 ART 299 06 1-3cr IB 2407A ARR ARR KELLY
1041 ART 221 01 5cr AS 1632 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN 1076 ART 299 07 1-3cr IB 2407A ARR ARR TACHIBANA
1047 ART 221 02 5cr AS 1630 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN 1077 ART 299 08 1-3cr IB 2407A ARR ARR HALVORSEN
ART 222 CERAMIC ART Astronomy
Continuation of ART 221. Introduction to potter’s wheel techniques, advance hand
building and glazing. Prereq: ART 221 or instructor permission. Lab fee required. ASTR&100 SURVEY OF ASTRONOMY
Transfer Class. Formerly AST 100
1042 ART 222 01 5cr AS 1632 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN Emphasis on astronomic concepts fundamental to an understanding of the solar system,
1048 ART 222 02 5cr AS 1630 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN stars, galaxies, and origin and history of the universe. Transfer class.
ART 223 CERAMIC ART 2005 ASTR& 100 02 5cr AS 1623 M 9:00AM-9:50AM REID
Also meets in AS 1623 WF 8:00AM-9:50AM
Continuation of ART 222. Prereq: ART 222 or instructor permission. Lab fee required.
1043 ART 223 01 5cr AS 1632 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN
1049 ART 223 02 5cr AS 1630 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM HALVORSEN BIOL&160 GENERAL BIOLOGY WITH LAB
ART 252 ART HISTORY Hybrid Formerly BIO 101 – General Biology
Basic biological concepts with emphasis on general cell processes, plant and animal
Continuation of ART 251. Surveys major forms of visual expression from early Me-
diversity, morphology, limited reproduction, phylogeny of the living organisms, explora-
dieval through Renaissance period. Includes painting, sculpture, architecture, lectures,
tion of molecular genetics. Lab fee. Transfer class.
slides, and readings. May be taken out of sequence. Transfer class.
2021 BIOL& 160 01 5cr AS 1617 MW 8:00AM-9:50AM MURKOWSKI
1050 ART 252 H1 5cr LB 1231 MTWTh 11:00AM-11:50AM WILLS
Also meets in AS 1520 T 8:00AM-9:50AM
ART 281 JEWELRY DESIGN I Also meets in AS 1520 Th 8:00AM-8:50AM
Learn basic design and construction of non-ferrous metals involved in jewelry making. 2027 BIOL& 160 05 5cr AS 1617 MW 12:00PM-1:50PM GOULET
Bench techniques involve forging, soldering and basic stone setting. Lab fee required. Also meets in AS 1614 T 12:00PM- 1:50PM
Transfer Class. Also meets in AS 1614 Th 12:00PM-12:50PM
2033 BIOL& 160 H7 5cr AS 1617 TTh 2:00PM-3:50PM MURKOWSKI
1058 ART 281 01 5cr AS 1533 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM HULL
2037 BIOL& 160 09 5cr AS 1617 TTh 6:00PM-9:20PM McGUINNESS
Also meets in AS 1633 TTh 1:00PM-3:50PM
BIOL&211 MAJORS CELLULAR
ART 282 JEWELRY DESIGN II
Formerly BIO 201 – College Biology
Explore the processes of alloying and casting metal while developing bench techniques.
Initial course in majors biology series. Emphasis on cellular biology including cell
Lost wax cast, chain making, faceted stone setting and tool making are emphasized.
structure, organization, metabolism, energetics and genetics. Prereq: one quarter college
Prereq: ART 281. Lab fee required. Transfer Class.
chemistry with 2.0 or better. Lab fee. Transfer class.
1060 ART 282 01 5cr AS 1533 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM HULL
2043 BIOL& 211 03 5cr AS 1617 MW 10:00AM-11:50AM McGUINNESS
Also meets in AS 1633 MW 1:00PM-3:50PM
Also meets in AS 1520 T 10:00AM-10:50AM
Also meets in AS 1520 Th 10:00AM-11:50AM
Academic Education 35
BIOL&212 MAJORS ANIMAL BIOL&260 MICROBIOLOGY
Formerly BIO 202 – College Biology Formerly BIO 280
Continuation of the three-quarter majors series. Integrated study of basic concepts History and methods of microbiology; microbial cell structure, function, metabolism,
concerning animal biology. Emphasizes animal classification, evolution, histology, microbial genetics, roles of micro-organisms. Labs included. Prereq: Two college-level
embryology and examination of animal systems. Includes labs. Prereq: BIOL& 211 or biology (includes BIOL& 241 and 242, Human A & P 1 and 2 or ANP 213/214)
BIO 201 with a 2.0 or better. Lab fee. Transfer class. and/or chemistry lab courses with a 2.0 or better; ENG 101 eligibility. Lab fee. Transfer
2049 BIOL& 212 01 5cr AS 1520 M 8:00AM-8:50AM SAUNDERS class.
Also meets in AS 1617 TTh 8:00AM-9:50AM 2141 BIOL& 260 03 5cr AS 1622 MWTh 10:00AM-11:50AM SCHLADOR
Also meets in AS 1520 W 8:00AM-9:50AM Also meets in AS 1622 T 10:00AM-10:50AM
2055 BIOL& 212 05 5cr AS 1520 MW 12:00PM-1:50PM MURKOWSKI 2145 BIOL& 260 05 5cr AS 1622 MW 12:00PM-2:50PM SCHLADOR
Also meets in AS 1617 W 2:00PM-4:50PM Also meets in AS 1622 T 12:00PM-12:50PM
Also meets in AS 1520 W 12:00PM-1:50PM 2151 BIOL& 260 08 5cr AS 1622 MW 6:00PM-9:20PM STAFF
2061 BIOL& 212 08 5cr AS 1617 MW 6:00PM-9:20PM GOULET 2157 BIOL& 260 09 5cr AS 1622 TTh 6:00PM-9:20PM STAFF
BIOL&213 MAJORS PLANT
Formerly BIO 203 – College Biology
Third quarter in majors biology series. Biodiversity, prokaryotes, protistans, fungi, NSCC Business courses provide a foundation for continued study at the bach-
plants and ecology; survey of plant kingdom (bacteria through angiosperms including elor degree level or preparation for employment in entry-level business posi-
life histories, unique characteristis), survery of basic plant processes (photosynthesis, tions. Some of these courses can be applied to degree requirements or electives.
transport, hormonal controls, development, and diﬀerentiation). Prereq: BIOL& 211 For more information, visit http://www.northseattle.edu/business/.
or BIO 201 with a 2.0 or better. Lab fee. Transfer class. BUS&101 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
2067 BIOL& 213 03 5cr AS 1520 M 10:00AM-10:50AM GOULET Formerly BUS 101
Also meets in AS 1617 TTh 10:00AM-11:50AM Survey of American business in a global context: business and economic terminology,
Also meets in AS 1520 W 10:00AM-11:50AM forms of business ownership, management, accounting, ﬁnance, international market-
BIOL&241 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 1 ing, and foreign exchange rates. Also covers small businesses, business start-ups, and
Formerly ANP 213 – Anatomy & Physiology I
4100 BUS& 101 01 5cr IB 3317 TTh 7:45AM-9:50AM STAFF
Elementary human anatomy and physiology described and illustrated in lecture and lab.
4103 BUS& 101 02 5cr IB 3317 MWF 11:30AM-12:50PM STAFF
Designed to establish a basis for studying clinically related subjects in the paramedical
9435 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
ﬁelds. Prereq: BIOL& 160 or BIO 101 or CHEM& 121 or CHE 101, chemistry pre-
ferred, with a 2.0 or better and ENG 101 eligibility. Lab fee. Transfer class. BUS 105 KEYBOARDING
2073 BIOL& 241 01 5cr AS 1615 MW 8:00AM-9:50AM BREZYNSKI Beginning computer keyboarding for students with no keyboarding experience. Em-
Also meets in AS 1521 T 8:00AM-8:50AM phasizes touch keyboarding with speed and accuracy on alphabetic and number keys.
Also meets in AS 1521 Th 8:00AM-9:50AM Introduces word processing concepts and letter/memo formatting. Computer Fee.
2079 BIOL& 241 03 5cr AS 1615 MW 10:00AM-11:50AM SARGIZI
4106 BUS 105 01 4cr IB 3309 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM STAFF
Also meets in AS 1521 T 10:00AM-11:50AM
Also meets in IB 3409 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM
Also meets in AS 1521 Th 10:00AM-10:50AM
2085 BIOL& 241 05 5cr AS 1615 MW 12:00PM-1:50PM HAYS BUS 106 KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILDING
Also meets in AS 1521 T 12:00PM-1:50PM Use of computer to develop speed and accuracy of letters and numbers. May be taken
Also meets in AS 1521 Th 12:00PM-12:50PM for decimal or S/NC grade. Prereq: BUS 104 or BUS 105 or recommend 25 wpm
2091 BIOL& 241 08 5cr AS 1521 MW 6:00PM-7:40PM STAFF keyboarding by touch. Computer Fee.
Also meets in AS 1615 MW 7:50PM-9:30PM
4108 BUS 106 01 3cr IB 3309 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM STAFF
2097 BIOL& 241 09 5cr AS 1521 TTh 6:00PM-7:40PM STAFF
Also meets in AS 1615 TTh 7:50PM-9:30PM BUS 114 INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
BIOL&242 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 2 The marketing opportunity: ﬁnd a need and ﬁll it! Learn the basis of the marketing con-
cept - responding to the wants and needs of the consumer with the right product, price,
Formerly ANP 214 – Anatomy & Physiology II
promotion, and distribution. Recommended: BUS 101 or prior business experience.
Continuation of BIOL& 241 . Prereq: BIOL& 241 or ANP 213 with a 2.0 or better,
ENG 101 eligibility. Lab fee. Transfer class. 4114 BUS 114 01 5cr IB 3317 TTh 11:00AM-1:05PM STAFF
9440 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
2103 BIOL& 242 01 5cr AS 1521 M 8:00AM-9:50AM JOHNSON, K
Also meets in AS 1615 TTh 8:00AM-9:50AM BUS 115 COMPUTATIONAL SKILLBUILDING
Also meets in AS 1521 W 8:00AM-8:50AM Master basic touch operation of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division on
2109 BIOL& 242 03 5cr AS 1521 M 10:00AM-11:50AM IVERSON the electronic printing calculator. Apply machine skills to solving business math prob-
Also meets in AS 1615 TTh 10:00AM-11:50AM lems. Enrollment may be for decimal or S/NC grade.
Also meets in AS 1521 W 10:00AM-10:50AM
4118 BUS 115 01 2cr IB 3309 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM STAFF
2115 BIOL& 242 05 5cr AS 1521 M 12:00PM-1:50PM IVERSON
Also meets in AS 1615 TTh 12:00PM-1:50PM BUS 118 PROJECT MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
Also meets in AS 1521 W 12:00PM-12:50PM
Overview of PM from a business perspective. Includes project estimation, project
2121 BIOL& 242 08 5cr AS 1615 MW 6:00PM-7:40PM SARGIZI
feasibility, planning, risk management, contingency planning, scheduling and project
Also meets in AS 1521 MW 7:50PM-9:30PM
control. Prereq: IT 101 or BUS 169; BUS 236.
2127 BIOL& 242 09 5cr AS 1615 TTh 6:00PM-7:40PM STAFF
Also meets in AS 1521 TTh 7:50PM-9:30PM 9441 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
2133 BIOL& 242 10 5cr AS 1615 Sa 8:30AM-3:00PM BERJAC
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule
and other key quater dates.
36 Academic Education
BUS 119 LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT BUS 205 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Project managers, team leaders, and work group managers must be able to integrate Formerly BUS 201
people, projects, and sponsors inside and outside the organization in order to complete 9448 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
tasks and deliverables on time. Learn about eﬀective leadership, the diﬀerence between
BUS 207 INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL RESOURCES & OFFICE PROCEDURES
leading and managing, and the various styles of each through participation in role playing
and other activities. Prereq: IT 101 or BUS 169; BUS 236. Learn the concepts of law and evidence; the types of laws (constitutional, statutory,
regulatory and case/common); how such laws are made; what sorts of laws control in the
9442 BUS 119 D1 3cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
event of conﬂicts; the basics of legal research; and become familiar with law ﬁrms/legal
9442 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
agencies and their operation. Prereq: Bus 147.
BUS 124 EXCEL FOR BUSINESS 4166 BUS 207 01N 5cr IB 3316 TTh 5:30PM-7:40PM STAFF
Create career relevant Excel worksheets, workbooks, formulas, functions, macros and
BUS 209 PRODUCING DELIVERABLES - TECHNICAL WRITING
charts from basic to advanced. Recommended: Familiarity with computer usage or
successful completion of BUS 169 or IT 101. Computer Fee. How to create written deliverables including writing a Request for Proposal. Learn about
tools for evaluating RFP responses, writing the evaluation report, types of documenta-
4120 BUS 124 01N 5cr IB 3404 MW 5:30PM-7:40PM STAFF
tion and day-to-day written communication between teams, management and other
BUS 125 ACCESS FOR BUSINESS project sponsors. Prereq: IT 101 or BUS 169; BUS 236.
Learn database concepts. Design, create, edit and use tables, queries, forms, and reports. 9450 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
Import/export data among applications. Recommended: Familiarity with computer
BUS 210 BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS
usage or successful completion of BUS 169. Computer Fee.
Descriptive statistics, probability theory, sampling, hypothesis testing, simple regression,
4123 BUS 125 01 5cr IB 3404 TTh 1:00PM-3:05PM STAFF
correlation and forecasting. Emphasizes problem formulation, technique selection, and
BUS128 COMPUTER BASICS FOR BUSINESS results interpretation. Prerequisites: Math 098 or Math 116. Transfer Class.
Workplace preparation class that introduces basic keyboarding skills and computer tasks 4170 BUS 210 01 5cr IB 3317 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM STAFF
using the Windows operating system, typing with a word processor, navigating the web, 4172 BUS 210 02N 5cr IB 3317 TTh 6:00PM-8:10PM STAFF
ﬁle management, and working with email.
BUS 229 PROJECT MANAGEMENT TOOLS TECHNIQUES AND CONTROL
4124 BUS 128.01 3cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
Learn how to deﬁne and sequence project tasks and use MS Project. Complete a project
BUS 131 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIONS I using a project plan and budget, resource allocations, critical path, dependencies, esti-
English grammar, punctuation, and word usage. Business letters and memos. Oral mating, risk management, contingency planning, implementation, and evaluation. Preq.
communication skills. Cultural aspects of the communication process. Prereq: Satisfac- BUS 236 and IT 101 OR BUS 169.
tory performance on the English Placement Test or satisfactory completion of English 9452 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
097/098+080. Transfer Class.
BUS 230 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
4125 BUS 131 01 5cr IB 3309 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM STAFF
Prepare business letters, memos, reports, and employment documents (resume, applica-
BUS 140 CUSTOMER RELATIONS tion letter, interview letter). Discuss intercultural aspects of communication, analysis of
Develops skills to identify and resolve internal and external customer complaints, audience, and use of language that is free from biases. Document design using personal
handle diﬃcult customers, and utilize eﬀective verbal and nonverbal communication computers. Prerequisite: BUS 131. Recommended: BUS 105. Computer Fee.
methods. Teaches students how to contribute positively to the service culture of an 4175 BUS 230 01 5cr IB 3309 MWF 8:30AM-9:50AM STAFF
BUS 236 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS FOR THE WORKPLACE
4130 BUS 140 01 5cr IB 3315 TTh 7:45AM-9:50AM STAFF
Learn about communication styles and ways to adapt communication to meet business
BUS 152 ENTREPRENEURSHIP needs. Improves understanding of cultural diversity, non-verbal communication, and
Introduces the entrepreneurial student to product selection, pricing and marketing individual inﬂuences. Techniques for business presentations, interviews, job searches
processes. Products/services are selected. Pricing strategies, channels of distribution and conﬂict management.
and speciﬁc marketing strategies are discussed. Related sections of a business plan are 4180 BUS 236 01 5cr IB 3315 TTh 11:00AM-1:05PM STAFF
written. 4182 BUS 236 02N 5cr IB TBA MW 6:00PM-8:10PM STAFF
4135 BUS 152 01N 5cr IB 3409 MW 6:00PM-8:10PM STAFF BUS 255 BUSINESS ETHICS
BUS 169 USING COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS I Addresses fundamental questions of ethical and moral behavior in corporate board-
Learn basic word processing (Word), spreadsheet (Excel), database (Access), and rooms and company meeting rooms, in organizations large and small. Examines cor-
presentation graphics (PowerPoint) applications and concepts; document editing and porate culture and governance, stakeholder responsibility and social responsibility, and
formatting techniques; and ﬁle control features. Computer Fee. the importance of business ethics in a global economy. Computer Fee.
9454 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
4140 BUS 169 01 5cr IB 3309 MW 1:30PM-3:40PM STAFF
4142 BUS 169 02N 5cr IB 3404 TTh 5:30PM-7:40PM STAFF BUS 270 INTEGRATED OFFICE APPLICATION
BUS 200 LAW AND SOCIETY (Formerly POLS& 200) Develop skills to manage projects eﬀectively using advanced MS Oﬃce XP features. Use
Fundamental concepts, structure and function of the American legal system. Includes advanced word processing, spreadsheet, and database functions to generate reports, mail
sources of law, court systems, dispute resolution, constitutional law, torts, criminal law, merges, desktop publishing, importing data and graphics, macros, forms preparation,
contracts, and legal reasoning. Transfer Class. newsletters, and ﬁle management. Prerequisites: BUS 269 or instructor permission.
4159 BUS 200 01 5cr IB 3315 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM STAFF
4160 BUS 200 02 5cr IB 3315 MW 1:00PM-3:05PM STAFF 4185 BUS 270 01 5cr IB 3309 TTh 11:00AM-1:05PM STAFF
4162 BUS 200 03N 5cr IB 3316 MW 6:00PM-8:10PM STAFF
9443 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
9444 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF Most current class listings are on the Web!
Academic Education 37
CHEM&163 GENERAL CHEMISTRY WITH LAB III
Chemistry Formerly CHE 160
CHEM&121 INTRO TO CHEMISTRY Continuation of CHE 150, ﬁnal quarter of the three-quarter majors sequence. Course
Formerly CHE 101 – Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry topics may include chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, nuclear
General chemistry for non-science majors. Completion of CHEM& 121 and CHEM& chemistry as well as a variety of instructor selected special topics. Prereq: CHEM& 162
131 fulﬁlls chemistry requirement for many health science majors (nursing). Fundamen- or CHE 150 with a 2.0 or better. Lab fee. Transfer class.
tals of chemistry including structure of atom/molecules, thermodynamics, stoichiom- 2245 CHEM& 163 03 6cr AS 1519 MW 10:00AM-11:50AM FURUTANI, J
etry, equilibrium and acid base chemistry. Prereq: MATH 098 or better or placement Also meets in AS 1627 TTh 10:00AM-11:50AM
test above MATH 098. Lab fee. Transfer class. 2247 CHEM& 163 H6 6cr AS 1519 M 2:00PM-5:50PM HONG
2205 CHEM& 121 01 5cr AS 1519 MW 8:00AM-9:50AM BUKER CHEM&241 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
Also meets in AS 1623 T 9:00AM- 9:50AM
Also meets in AS 1623 Th 8:00AM- 9:50AM
Formerly CHE 231
2209 CHEM& 121 H5 5cr AS 1519 M 12:00PM-1:50PM OWENS, K Structure, nomenclature, reactions and synthesis of the main types of organic com-
Also meets in AS 1623 T 12:00PM- 1:50PM pounds. Prereq: CHEM& 163 or CHE 160.
2211 CHEM& 121 09 5cr AS 1519 TTh 6:00PM-9:20PM NANNENGA 2249 CHEM& 241 02 4cr ED 2841A MTWTh 9:00AM-9:50AM STAFF
9487 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION OWENS, J
CHEM&242 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
CHEM&131 INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY Formerly CHE 235
Structure, properties and reactions of various organic compounds, including hydrocar- Further discussion of physical properties and transformations of organic molecules,
bons, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and amines. Will examine complex especially aromatic and carbonyl compounds. Prereq: CHEM& 241 or CHE 231.
compounds found in living systems: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. 2253 CHEM& 242 03 4cr AS 1614 MTWTh 10:00AM-10:50AM PATTERSON
Laboratory activities introduce analysis and separation techniques. Prereq: CHEM& 2257 CHEM& 242 06 4cr ED 2841A MTWTh 1:00PM-1:50PM PATTERSON
121 with a 2.0 or better. Lab fee. Transfer class. 2261 CHEM& 242 09 4cr AS 1627 MTh 6:00PM-7:50PM ENGEL
2213 CHEM& 131 03 5cr AS 1623 M 10:00AM-10:50AM BUKER
Also meets in AS 1515 TTh 10:00AM-11:50AM
CHEM&251 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I
Also meets in AS 1623 TWTh 10:00AM-11:50AM Formerly CHE 238
9489 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION OWENS, J Introduction to the organic chemistry laboratory. Focus on physical properties, puri-
ﬁcation techniques, and spectroscopic identiﬁcation of organic compounds. Prereq:
CHEM&139 GENERAL CHEMISTRY PREP CHEM& 241 or CHE 231 or concurrent enrollment.
Formerly CHE 139 – Intro to General Chemistry 2267 CHEM& 251 07 3cr ED 2841A T 2:00PM-3:00PM PATTERSON
Preparatory for science major chemistry sequence for students without chemistry experi- Also meets in AS 1515 MW 2:00PM-5:00PM
ence. Lecture-only format. Basic atomic structure, bonding, equation balancing and mole 2271 CHEM& 251 07A 3cr ED 2841A TTh 2:00PM-3:00PM PATTERSON
concept, and stoichiometry. Prereq: MAT 098 with a 2.0 or better. Transfer class. Also meets in AS 1515 TTh 3:00PM-6:00PM
2217 CHEM& 139 H5 5cr AS 1614 W 12:00PM-2:50PM OWENS, K 2275 CHEM& 251 08 3cr AS 1515 MW 5:00PM-8:00PM ENGEL
9491 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION OWENS, K Also meets in AS 1614 MW 5:00PM-8:00PM
CHEM&161 GENERAL CHEMISTRY WITH LAB I CHEM 256 BIOCHEMISTRY II
Formerly CHE 140 2281 CHEM 256 09 3cr AS 1623 TTh 6:00PM-7:20PM FURUTANI, T
Three-quarter sequence introducing basic concepts of chemistry. Structure and bond-
ing, chemical reactivity: physical measurement, stoichiometry, structure of matter, Chinese
gas laws, intermolecular forces, solutions, chemical kinetics, equilibrium, acid/base,
thermodynamics, redox, electrochemistry and selected topics. Prereq: CHEM& 139
CHIN&122 CHINESE II
or CHE 139 or high school chemistry, MATH 098 with a 2.0 or better (or concurrent Formerly CHI 102 – Elem Modern
enrollment). English proﬁciency at the ENGL& 101 or ENG 101 level highly recom- Continuation of CHIN& 121. Prereq: CHIN& 121 or CHI 101 or permission.
mended. Lab fee. Transfer class. Transfer class.
2221 CHEM& 161 01 6cr AS 1627 MTW 8:00AM-9:50AM STAMPER 1710 CHIN& 122 01 5cr IB 3426 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM XIE
Also meets in AS 1519 Th 8:00AM-9:50AM
2225 CHEM& 161 H5 6cr
Also meets in
CMST 145 GENDER AND FAMILY COMMUNICATION
CHEM&162 GENERAL CHEMISTRY WITH LAB II
Clustered with/may be taken as CMST& 210. Theoretical and practical perspectives on
Formerly CHE 150 the complex, lifelong relationships among and between females and males. Similarities
Continuation of CHEM& 162, second quarter of three-quarter majors sequence. and diﬀerences in gender and culturally based communication and behavior in a variety
Chemistry principles, structure of matter, atomic and molecular theory, the elements, of contexts and situations, particularly within the ﬁrst primary group, the family. Prereq:
quantitative relationships, nuclear chemistry, aqueous solutions, kinetics, chemical ENGL&101. Transfer class.
thermodynamics, oxidation and reduction, electro-chemistry, periodicity, equilibrium
1112 CMST 145 01 5cr ED 0840C MWF 12:30PM-1:50PM SCHUESSLER
systems, qualitative analysis and organic chemistry. Prereq: CHEM& 161 or CHE 140
and MATH 102 or MAT 102 with a 2.0 or better. Lab fee. Transfer class. CMST&210 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
2229 CHEM& 162 01 6cr AS 1614 MWTh 8:00AM-9:50AM FURUTANI, J Clustered with/may be taken as CMST 145. Principles and processes of human com-
Also meets in AS 1519 T 8:00AM-9:50AM munication, including observations and applications, personal and cultural contexts,
2233 CHEM& 162 03 6cr AS 1627 MW 10:00AM-11:50AM STAFF nonverbal and verbal interactions, and models and deﬁnitions. Prereq: Placement into
Also meets in AS 1519 TTh 10:00AM-11:50AM ENGL& 101. Transfer class.
2237 CHEM& 162 H6 6cr AS 1519 W 2:00PM-5:50PM HONG 1114 CMST& 210 01 5cr ED 0840C MWF 12:30PM-1:50PM SCHUESSLER
2239 CHEM& 162 08 6cr AS 1519 MW 6:00PM-9:50PM STAFF
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule.
38 Academic Education
CMST 255 WRITING FOR ORGANIZATIONS AND THE MEDIA CSC 142 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING I
Clustered with/may be taken as CMST 275. Writing eﬀectively for organizations, General principles of modern programming, including how to design, implement,
print, and electronic media. Strategies, formats, and media used by individuals within document, test, and debug computer programs, using the Java programming language.
organizations to convey messages to internal and external audiences. Create individual Topics include objects, messages, expressions, statements, methods, classes, condition-
writing portfolio. Prereq: ENGL& 101. Transfer class. als, iteration, arrays, and collections. Prereq: MAT&141, MAT 102 and CSC 110 or
1116 CMST 255 01 5cr ED 0840C MWF 11:00AM-12:20PM SCHUESSLER equivalent with a 3.0 or better.Lab fee. Transfer class.
2315 CSC 142 03 5cr CC 3459 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM JINGUJI
CMST 275 ONLINE COMMUNICATION Also meets in IB 3404 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Clustered with/may be taken as CMST 255. Communication issues and writing/de- 2319 CSC 142 09 5cr IB 3430 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM JINGUJI
sign applications emerging from the ongoing development and utilization of digitized Also meets in IB 3406 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM
media. Prereq: ENGL& 101, 102; or permission; access to the Internet; and basic email 9499 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION OFFENBACK
and word processing skills. Transfer class.
CSC 143 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING II
1118 CMST 275 01 5cr ED 0840C MWF 11:00AM-12:20PM SCHUESSLER
Advanced concepts of modern programming continuing ideas introduced in CSC 142.
CMST 290 MEDIA PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICUM Classes and interfaces, inheritance, graphics, exceptions, stream I/O, recursion, analysis
Clustered with/may be taken as CMST 291. Managing client accounts and coordinat- of algorithms, and some dynamic structures (lists, stacks, trees). Java programming
ing media productions. Emphasizes critical thinking, problem solving, managerial and language. Prereq: CSC 142 with a 3.0 or better. Lab fee. Transfer class.
creative skills. Prereq: Placement into ENGL& 101. 2325 CSC 143 04 5cr CC 3459 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM GOLDNER
1120 CMST 290 01 5cr ED 0840C TTh 5:30PM-9:20PM RAECE
CMST 291 INTERNET AND PRINT PRACTICUM Train for employment as business programmers, systems analysts or computer
Integrate scholarly and professional analyses of online and print media in various con- operators with computer literacy in information processing, spreadsheets,
texts. Guidelines for managing client accounts and techniques for coordinating digital databases, presentation graphics and word processing. For more information
media productions. Transfer class. visit: http://www.northseattle.edu/infotech/index.htm
1122 CMST 291 01 5cr ED 0840C TTh 5:30PM-9:20PM RAECE IT 101 SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
CMST 115 OVERCOMING COMMUNICATION ANXIETY Covers essential software applications, spreadsheets, database applications, Web security,
Emerging social and scientiﬁc research on self-esteem, assertiveness, cross-cultural and Web publishing. Create spreadsheets and databases and integrate your work into
awareness, etc., applied to participants’ own communication perceptions, expectations, ﬁnished, Web-ready product. English language skills equivalent to being eligible to take
and proﬁciencies. Prereq: Placement into ENGL 095/096 or above or instructor’s ENG 093/094 or higher is recommended. Computer Fee.
permission. Transfer class. 5605 IT 101 01 5cr IB 3316 M 12:00PM-1:30PM CAMPBELL
Also meets in IB 3406 TW 12:00PM-1:30PM
1100 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION REIS
9455 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION CAMPBELL
CMST&220 PUBLIC SPEAKING
IT 102 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
Getting started with conﬁdence; topic selection and research; preparation and delivery
of informative, persuasive, special occasion, and other presentations. Prereq: Placement Get a basic understanding of the programming ﬁeld. Learn how to solve problems
into ENGL& 101. Transfer class. through programming logic and design and how to use efficient troubleshooting
techniques to ﬁnd and correct errors. English language placement into ENG 101 is
1108 CMST& 220 01 5cr ED 0840C MWF 2:00PM-3:20PM SCHUESSLER
recommended. Computer Fee.
1109 CMST& 220 02 5cr ED 0840C MW 5:30PM-7:40PM DeHECK
5608 IT 102 01 5cr IB 3327 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM CAMPBELL
CMST 295 STUDIES AND WORKS IN COMMUNICATION Also meets in IB 3406 TTh 10:00AM-10:50AM
Analytical study or creative work in Communication. Prereq: ENGL& 101, ENGL& IT 111 INTERNET AND WEB AUTHORING USING XHTML
102, an approved learning contract/proposal and permission. Transfer class.
Provides students with a comprehensive introduction to XHTML and Cascading Style
1124 CMST 295 01 1-5cr IB 2307A ARR ARR SCHUESSLER
Sheets (CSS) for page formatting and layout. Students learn to create well formed, valid
Computers code; set-up and maintenance of web sites and ﬁle; directory structure also emphasized.
9456 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION KENT
CSC 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING IT 124 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS 2 - WIN2K SERVER
Computer program design and problem solving with a focus on problem analysis, Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2003 Server. Installation, administration, print
program development, testing and debugging. Use decision and loop structures to services, network protocols/services including VPN, routing and RAS, DHCP,
(with HTML). Prereq: Computer experience and MAT 098 with a 2.0 or better. Lab Computer Fee.
fee. Transfer class. 9460 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
2305 CSC 110 02 5cr IB 3430 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM OFFENBACK IT 128 NETWORK OS 4 - WIN2K ACTIVE DIRECTORY SVCS INFRA
Also meets in ED 2842A DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM
Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to plan and implement Microsoft Win-
2309 CSC 110 03 5cr IB 3430 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM OFFENBACK
dows 2003 Directory Services in an enterprise environment. Prerequisites: IT 124 or
Also meets in ED 2842A DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM
instructor’s permission. Computer Fee.
9493 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION SCHAFFER
9462 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
CSC 111 COMPUTERS FOR MATH AND SCIENCE
9497 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION SCHAFFER IT 122 NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS 1 - WIN2K PROFESSIONAL
Install and conﬁgure Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. Also provides the prereq-
Most current class listings are on the Web! uisite knowledge and skills required for IT 124, Implementing a Microsoft Windows
Academic Education 39
2000 Network Infrastructure. Prerequisites: EET 131, IT 120 or IT 142 or instructor CCE 180 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: LEARNING STORIES
permission. Computer Fee.
Create and discuss together captured events in young children’s lives, infancy and on-
9459 IT 122 D1 5cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF ward, by writing learning stories, co-constructing their meaning and reﬂecting on this
IT 144 NETWORK MANAGEMENT - CISCO II exciting alternative to checklists as assessment.
Second of three classes provides instruction in safety, networking, network protocols, 6023 CCE 180 01 2cr IB 1303 M 7:00PM-8:40PM DRUMMOND
LANs, WANs, Ethernet, LAN switching, Router IOS, TCP/IP Addressing, Router CCE 195 ART FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
conﬁguration, dynamic routing, static routing, and the network administrator’s role and
Paint, draw and use clay to discover personal expression. Learn to create art experiences
function, the use of decision-making and problem-solving techniques to solve network-
for young children, 3 to 8 years old. Conduct a series of art classes to practice facilitating
ing problems. Prerequisites: IT 142 or instructor permission. Computer Fee.
children’s self-expression in these fundamental art media
5614 IT 144 01N 5cr TB 1543B TTh 6:00PM-8:30PM STAFF
6015 CCE 195 01 3cr IB 1303 F 1:00PM-4:00PM DRUMMOND
IT 298 SPECIAL PROJECTS IN LAN – LINUX INSTALLATION/MAINTENANCE
CCE 240 MULTICULTURAL DIALOGUES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
An intermediate level hands-on laboratory course to give information technology stu-
Assess your beliefs, teaching environment and style in order to identify changes and
dents, including web and multimedia students, an opportunity to install and maintain
promote respect for diﬀerences that accompany children and families. Meets oﬀ campus
Linux operating system software and conﬁgure the servers on a Unix/Linux host com-
at Whizz Kids Academy 11715 15th Ave NE.
puter. Prerequisites: IT 138, IT 140 or instructor permission. Computer Fee.
6017 CCE 240 01 3cr OFF W 6:30PM-9:20PM DANIEL
5668 IT 298 01N 5cr TB 1543B MW 6:00PM-8:30PM SHOEMAKER
CCE 292 CLASSROOM RESEARCH
Early Childhood Education First of two-quarter sequence, class members deﬁne the outcomes desired in children
Child Care and Education courses are open to everyone interested in enhanc- in their classroom and investigate their authenticity and leadership. To enroll, you must
ing the lives of young children. CCE 160 Connecting to Children and CCE be teaching young children. Division approval required. Contact Division: (206) 527-
292 Classroom Research require an Entry Code indicating division approval. 3783 for information.
Contact the Health and Human Services Division at (206) 527-3783 for fur- 6021 CCE 292 01 6cr CH 1004 M 6:30PM-9:20PM DANIEL
ther information or go to http://www.northseattle.edu/ecse/
CCE 101 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Economics
Human development with focus on social, emotional, cognitive and physical develop- ECON 100 SURVEY OF ECONOMICS
ment. Includes objective observation of young children in a variety of situations. 9551 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION COOK
6001 CCE 101 01 5cr CC 3345 TTh 5:00PM-7:20PM DANIEL
ECON&201 MICRO ECONOMICS
CCE 136 SIGNING WITH YOUNG CHILDREN Formerly ECO 200 – Principles of Microeconomics
Learn to teach very young children to sign. Introduces American Sign Language (ASL) Production, consumption and distribution with emphasis on price determination,
not only as a second language, but also as a powerful tool for enhancing communication production costs and market structures. Required for economic and business adminis-
with children. tration majors. Prereq: MATH 098 or equivalent. Transfer class.
6003 CCE 136 01 2cr CC 3345 Th 7:30PM-9:20PM GREENLEE 3135 ECON& 201 04 5cr CC 3343 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM TRIMBLE, D
3145 ECON& 201 05 5cr CC 3443 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM PERRY
CCE 145 MUSIC AND CREATIVE EXPRESSION
9553 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION COOK
Learn to lead music, not only for children’s enjoyment, but also for the development of
children’s musical ability and creative self-expression. Class will explore the dimensions ECON&202 MACRO ECONOMICS
of presenting musical experiences that children naturally love. Formerly ECO 201 – Principles of Macroeconomics
6005 CCE 145 01 3cr IB 1303 Th 6:30PM-9:20PM SHAFTO Economic systems, growth, recession, inﬂation, ﬁscal policy, trade and ﬁnance. Required for eco-
nomic and business administration majors. Prereq: MATH 098 or equivalent.Transfer class.
CCE 160 CONNECTING TO CHILDREN
3165 ECON& 202 03 5cr IB 3416 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM PERRY
Modules develop fundamentals of facilitating learning in young children. Can be taken 9555 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION COOK
in pairs or independently in numerical order. Must be working with or parenting chil- 9557 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION COOK
dren and completed Module D1 and D2. Entry code required. Contact Division: (206)
527-3783 to enroll or email email@example.com. ECON 240 THE WORLD OF WORK
CCE 160 MODULE D3 TALKING INFORMATIVELY 9559 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION COOK
6007 CCE 160 3M 2cr IB 1303 M 5:0PM-5:50PM DRUMMOND ECON 298 SPECIAL TOPICS/ECONOMICS
CCE 160 MODULE D4 INITIATIVE, COOPERATION AND PERSEVERANCE 9561 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION COOK
6009 CCE 160 4M 2cr IB 1303 M 6:00PM-6:50PM DRUMMOND
CCE 166 CULTIVATING CONVERSATIONS Electronics Technology
Explore how to make conversational encounters enrich both your life and the young A degree or certificate can prepare you to work in such areas as telecommu-
child’s. Study conversations in detail, analyzing ways to talk with children and develop nications, broadband cable, wireless, biomedical equipment maintenance or
skills in responsive listening, helping children learn language, and enabling them to automation and process control. For more information visit: http://www.
thoughtfully converse with each other. northseattle.edu/electron/electech/.
6011 CCE 166 01 3cr IB 1303 W 6:30PM-9:20PM DRUMMOND EEL 202 INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROLS
CCE 175 MATHEMATICS AND DESIGN Study of sequential control which covers electromagnetic control devices and circuits
This course explores cognitive-mathematical activities for 3, 4 and 5 year-old children for starting, accelerating, stopping, and reversing AC and DC motors and program-
including activities for printing, designing, counting, number, sequencing, patterning, mable logic controllers. Basic control circuits will be programmed on the Allen-Bradley
graphing, problem-solving, and exploring the world of logical-mathematical thinking. Micrologix 1000 and on PLC’s. Advanced control circuits will be programmed on the
Allen-Bradley SLC-500 line of PLC’s.
6013 CCE 175 01 3cr IB 1303 T 6:30PM-9:20PM DRUMMOND
5315 EEL 202 01N 5cr TB 1642 MW 6:00PM-8:50PM JUMP
40 Academic Education
EET 114 APPLIED PHYSICS EET 252 MICROPROCESSOR FUNDAMENTALS II
Physics for vocational/technical students. Covers basic laws of physics as applied to Continuation of EET 251 covers assembly language, I/O devices, constructing, pro-
mechanics, matter and heat, wave motion and sound, electricity and magnetism, light gramming, and troubleshooting microprocessor-based applications. Prerequisite: EET
and modern physics. Physical concepts as applied to industrial-technical ﬁelds are 251 or permission. Computer Fee.
emphasized. Prerequisites: EET 109. 5342 EET 252 01N 5cr TB 1643A MW 6:00PM-7:20PM SANDERS
5320 EET 114 01 5cr TB 1642 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM JUMP Also meets in TB 1538 MW 7:30PM-9:20PM
EET 131 IT ESSENTIALS I - A+ CERTIFICATION EET 285 ELECTRONICS TECH PROJECT
Introduces conﬁguration and troubleshooting of computer hardware and Windows Team project course serving as a capstone experience in the electronics technology and
operating systems with a focus on A+Certiﬁcation. Curriculum is produced by Hewlett related specialty programs. Plan, design, implement and present an electronics--oriented
Packard for Ciso Systems. Computer Fee. project of suitable complexity. Prerequisite: EET 217, EET 218.
5322 EET 131 01 5cr ED 1745B MTWTh 11:00AM-12:40PM FIEGENBAUM 5344 EET 285 01N 3cr TB 1642 MW 6:00PM-7:20PM JUMP
EET 132 IT ESSENTIALS A+ CERTIFICATION ADVANCED EET 287 BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT II
Second half of EET 131. Introduction to Network Operating Systems. The funda- The principles involved in clinical and analytical electronics health care equipment as
mentals of operating system installation, conﬁguration and maintenance addressed found in the hospital environment. Analyzes speciﬁc problems in operation, service and
as well as the basics of the local area network. Prerequisites: EET 131 or permission. preventive maintenance of electronic, electro-optical and electromechanical equipment.
Computer Fee. Prerequisites: EET 286.
5324 EET 132 01N 5cr ED 1745B MW 6:00PM-9:20PM FIEGENBAUM 5346 EET 287 01N 5cr TB 1543A TTh 6:00PM-7:20PM McMAHON/ANDERSON
Also meets in TB 1538 TTh 7:30PM-9:20PM
EET 136 INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTS
9467 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION FIEGENBAUM EET 297 BIOMEDICAL TECHNICIAN EXTERNSHIP
EET 160 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS Work experience in a hospital, clinic, equipment manufacturer or laboratory is critical
to job placement in the biomedical ﬁeld. This course is designed to supply students with
9468 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION FIEGENBAUM
that experience. Prerequisite: Instructor permission. Completion of an appropriate
EET 161 D.C. PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRONICS amount of designated program and course work.
Introduction to electronics and electricity. Physics as applied to electricity and mag- 5348 EET 297 01 4cr ARR ARR ARR WILKINSON
netism. Introduces electronic terms, units and measuring devices, electrical circuits,
magnets, meter movements and D.C. circuit analysis. Prerequisite: High School or
EET 298 SPECIAL TOPICS-ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY
Elementary Algebra. Selected topics in electronics technology. Content and projects vary depending on topics.
Instructor permission required.
5326 EET 161 01N 5cr TB 1543A TTh 6:00PM-7:20PM WILKINSON
Also meets in TB 1538 TTh 7:30PM-9:20PM 5349 EET 298 01 1-5cr ARR ARR ARR WILKINSON
EET 162 A.C. PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRONICS Engineering
AC theory and fundamental principles as applied to electricity, electrical, and electronic
ENGR&225 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
terms and units; introduction to AC measuring devices and circuits as well as AC circuit
analysis. Prerequisites: EET 107 or 161. Computer Fee. Formerly EGR 220
5330 EET 162 01 5cr TB 1642 TTh 1:00PM-2:20PM JUMP Basic relationships between axial, torsion, bending, and shear loads acting on solid elements
Also meets in TB 1538 TTh 2:30PM-4:20PM such as rods, shafts, columns, and beams and their allowable stress, strains and deformations.
Mohr’s circle of stress. Prereq: ENGR& 214 or EGR 210 and MATH& 152 or MAT 125.
EET 163 SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS I
2337 ENGR& 225 04 5cr IB 3430 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM SCHAFFER
Analysis of characteristics of semiconductor devices and their application in common
electronic circuits. Construction of simple power supplies to complex ampliﬁer circuits
and regulators. Prerequisites: EET 107 or EET 161. Computer Fee.
5332 EET 163 01 5cr TB 1543A MW 1:00PM-2:20PM WILKINSON ENGL 080 ENGLISH SKILLS SHOP I
Also meets in TB 1538 MW 2:30PM-4:20PM Individual and small group study to improve listening, speaking, study skills, reading
EET 165 ANALOG CIRCUITS AND DEVICES I comprehension and rate, vocabulary, phonics and word skills, spelling, grammar, writ-
ing sentences, paragraphs and essays. Prereq: Permission or placement; consult college
Explanation of Op Amps, their nomenclature and identiﬁcation, characteristics, parame-
testing oﬃce. Does not replace an ENGL 090-level class but may be taken concurrently
ters and basic circuit applications. Prerequisite: EET 107 or EET 161. Computer Fee.
with an 090-level classes.
5334 EET 165 01N 5cr TB 1543A MW 6:00PM-7:20PM WILKINSON
1230 ENGL 080 01 2cr LB 3234 ARR ARR TARKER
Also meets in TB 1538 MW 7:30PM-9:20PM
ENGL 095/096 COLLEGE PREPARATORY READING, WRITING, AND STUDY
EET 170 DIGITAL CIRCUITS I
Fundamentals of digital electronics. Consists of lecture and practical application labs
Emphasizes critical reading, vocabulary building and writing skills built on clear
and homework. Covers number systems, logic gates, DeMorgan’s theorem, Karnaugh
sentences and well-developed paragraphs. Includes grammar and punctuation instruc-
mapping, ﬂip-ﬂops, and counters. Prerequisites: EET 161. Computer Fee.
tion. Concurrent enrollment in ENG 095 and ENG 096 required. Also, concurrent
5336 EET 170 01N 5cr TB 1543B TTh 6:00PM-7:20PM SANDERS enrollment in ENG 080 is required if this is your ﬁrst quarter in English classes. Prereq:
Also meets in TB 1538 TTh 7:30PM-9:20PM Placement in ENG 095/096 on the NSCC English Placement Exam.
EET 251 MICROPROCESSOR FUNDAMENTALS I 1233 ENGL 095 01 5cr CC 3349 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM BENNETT
Fundamentals of microcontroller and embedded systems. Review of digital fundamen- 1234 ENGL 096 01 5cr CC 3349 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM BENNETT
tals, microcomputer system organization, assembly programming, I/O devices and in- 1238 ENGL 095 02 5cr CC 3449 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM XIE
terfacing. Prerequisites: EET 127 or EET 170 or instructor approval. Computer Fee. 1239 ENGL 096 02 5cr CC 3449 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM XIE
1241 ENGL 095 03 5cr CC 3349 MTTh 6:00PM-7:30PM PURDY
5341 EET 251 01 5cr TB 1543B TTh 1:00PM-2:20PM SANDERS
1242 ENGL 096 03 5cr CC 3349 MTTh 7:40PM-9:10PM PURDY
Also meets in TB 1538 TTh 1:30PM-4:20PM
Academic Education 41
ENGL 097/098 COLLEGE PREPARATORY READING AND WRITING IV 1297 ENGL& 102 08 5cr IB 3315 MWF 11:00AM-12:20PM CHUNG
Emphasizes the concepts needed to interpret, appreciate, and respond to a wide range of 1297-Focus on Coming of Age Around the World
texts. Focuses on the writing skills needed for developing essays with practice on prewrit- 1299 ENGL& 102 09 5cr CC3449 DAILY 12:00AM-12:50PM DAVIS
ing, organization, revising, editing, and proofreading. Includes some review of grammar 1297-Focus on Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll
and punctuation. Concurrent enrollment in ENG 097 and ENG 098 required. Also, 1303 ENGL& 102 11 5cr CC 3360 TTH 6:00PM-8:20PM GUTIERREZ
concurrent enrollment in ENG 080 is required if this is your ﬁrst quarter in English
1303-Focus on Exploring ‘The Uncanny’ in Gothic Literature
classes. Prereq: Placement in ENG 097/098 on the NSCC English Placement Exam
or the recommendation of your NSCC ENG 095/096 instructor. CL Fee required 1212 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION BOYER
for Section C4H. 1216 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION CLAPP
9624 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION CLAPP
1249 ENGL 097 01 5cr CC 3446 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM MCCRACKEN
9626 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION CLAPP
1250 ENGL 098 01 5cr CC 3446 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM MCCRACKEN
9627 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STAFF
1257 ENGL 097 03 5cr CC 3349 MTTh 6:00PM-7:30PM PURDY
1258 ENGL 098 03 5cr CC 3349 MTTh 7:40PM-9:10PM PURDY ENGL 104 ADVANCED ENGLISH GRAMMAR
1222 ENGL 097 C4H 5cr CC 3460 MTWTh 10:00AM-10:50AM HAMILTON
Study of grammar and rhetoric of the English sentence. Includes sentence structure,
1223 ENGL 098 C4H 5cr CC 3460 MTWTh 11:00AM-11:50AM HAMILTON
grammar of the paragraph, usage, diction and mechanics. This course is not remedial.
Also meets in IB 3307 Th 10:00AM-11:50AM
Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL& 101 or permission. Transfer class.
ENGL 099 COLLEGE PREPARATORY WRITING V 1309 ENGL 104 01 5cr IB 3325 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM BENNETT
Emphasis on writing skills for longer, more fully developed essays. Practice in collecting, ENGL 151 CREATIVE WRITING
shaping, revising, editing and proofreading papers. Includes some review of grammar,
punctuation, and other skills needed for eﬀective writing. Prereq: See above. Reading and writing ﬁction and poetry with focus on development of character and
scenes, plus emphasis on eﬀective elements and techniques. Meets “C” requirements for
1261 ENGL 099 01 5cr CC 3446 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM QUIG
AA degree. Prereq: ENGL& 101 or ENG 101, or permission. Transfer class.
ENGL&101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 1311 ENGL 151 01 5cr CC 3450 MWF 11:00AM-12:20PM HEINLEIN
Formerly ENG 101 9628 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION TENENBAUM
Emphasizes the writing process and the major strategies of analytical writing. Prereq: ENGL 152 CREATIVE WRITING
Placement in ENGL&101 on the Compass test or recommendation of your NSCC
Continuation of ENGL 151. Meets “C” requirement for AA degree. Prereq: ENGL
ENGL097/098 or ENGL099 instructor. Transfer class.
151 and ENGL& 101 or permission. Transfer class.
1263 ENGL& 101 01 5cr CC 3360 DAILY 8:00AM-8:50AM STORMS
1312 ENGL 152 01 5cr CC 3450 MWF 11:00AM-12:20PM HEINLEIN
1265 ENGL& 101 02 5cr CC 3449 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM BUCCI
9629 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION TENENBAUM
1269 ENGL& 101 03 5cr CC 3350 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM BLACKMAN
1271 ENGL& 101 04 5cr CC 3446 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM HEINLEIN ENGL 153 CREATIVE WRITING
1273 ENGL& 101 05 5cr CC 3350 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM DAVIS
Continuation of ENGL 152. Meets “C” requirement for AA degree. Prereq: ENGL
1274 ENGL& 101 09 5cr CC 3455 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM STORMS
151 and ENGL 152 or permission. Transfer class.
1275 ENGL& 101 06 5cr CC 3350 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM QUIG
1277 ENGL& 101 07 5cr IB 3417 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM DAVIS 1313 ENGL 153 01 5cr CC 3450 MWF 11:00AM-12:20PM HEINLEIN
1278 ENGL& 101 08 5cr CC 3350 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM QUIG 9630 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION TENENBAUM
1280 ENGL& 101 10 5cr CC 3349 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM TENENBAUM ENGL 240 READING AND WRITING AUTOBIOGRAPHY
1280-Focus on Health and Medical Issues Read autobiographies of well-known people and write your own. Involves both critical
1282 ENGL& 101 11 5cr CC 3360 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF and personal writing assignments with an emphasis on the personal dimension of writ-
1210 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION BOYER ing. Required: ENGL& 101.
9620 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION CHUNG 1218 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION CLAPP
9622 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION HURLEY
ENGL& 251 STUDIES IN THE NOVEL: GRAPHIC NOVELS
ENGL&102 COMPOSITION II
Studies major novels associated with speciﬁc philosophical or chronological periods.
Formerly ENG 102 Usually covers 5 novels per quarter. Prereq: Placement into ENGL& 101. Transfer
Continuation of the composition sequence with further instruction and practice in the class
writing process, concentrating on critical reading and writing techniques needed for the
1320 ENGL& 251 01 5cr CC 3360 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM LANE
preparation and completion of documented essays. Prereq: ENGL& 101 or ENG 101.
1283 ENGL& 102 01 5cr IB 3408 DAILY 8:00AM-8:50AM BLACKMAN ENGL 265 LITERATURE AND SOCIETY
1283-Focus on Reconstructing Identity Studies patterns of literary expression as a guide to social attitudes and value systems,
1285 ENGL& 102 02 5cr ED 0840C DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM LANE
the part society plays in shaping literature and the degree to which literature reﬂects
1285-Focus on Cultural Representation of the Body
1214 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION BOYER
1287 ENGL& 102 03 5cr CC 3360 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM STAFF
1287-Focus TBD ENGL 296 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENGLISH
1289 ENGL& 102 04 5cr IB 3408 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM BUCCI Create an individual project, syllabus and outcomes with instructor. Prereq: Permission.
1289-Focus on American Studies Transfer class.
1291 ENGL& 102 05 5cr CC 3360 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM STAFF 1317 ENGL 296 01 1-3cr IB 2313A ARR ARR CLAPP
1220 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION CLAPP
1293 ENGL& 102 06 5cr IB 3408 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM LANE ENGL 299 INDEPENDENT STUDY
1293-Focus on Cultural Representation of the Body Create an individual project, syllabus and outcomes with instructor. Prereq: Permission.
1295 ENGL& 102 07 5cr CC 3360 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM HARRADINE
1295-Focus on The Arts and the Artists in Our Lives 1319 ENGL 299 01 1-5cr IB 2313A ARR ARR CLAPP
42 Academic Education
ESL 027 INTRO TO COMPUTER ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING
English as Second Language 1374 ESL 027 01 3cr IB 3305 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM MCKELVEY
International students (F-1) should see the International Student Programs,
Room CC 2461E, or call (206) 527-3672 to take ESL classes. ESL 031 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 3A
Intermediate level course for non-native speakers of English to improve reading, writing,
Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced ESL listening, speaking and grammar. Prereq: ESL 022 or placement.
To take these ESL classes, you must have a green card, or be a refugee, or im- 1377 ESL 031 01 10cr IB 3415 DAILY 12:00PM-1:50PM BARTON
migrant, or a US citizen. If you have a different visa status, for example B, F, 1378 ESL 031 02 5cr IB 3428 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM GERTLER
J, please see International Student Programs, Room CC 2461E, or call (206)
527-3672. ESL 032 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 3B
Students must take the ESL placement test in the Testing Center (except for Intermediate level course for non-native speakers of English to improve reading, writing,
pre-literacy-level students). After getting test results, students must wait for listening, speaking and grammar. Prereq: ESL 031 or placement.
a letter from the college for permission to begin ESL class. Some classes are 1379 ESL 032 01 10cr IB 3413 DAILY 12:00PM-1:50PM BONNEY
open, but others have waiting lists. For information, call the ESL Advisor, 1380 ESL 032 02 5cr CC 3449 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM REYNOLDS
ESL 035 FOCUS ON WRITING LEVEL 3
ESL 011 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 1A
For students who want to improve their writing skills. Practice in spelling, punctuation,
For students who are preliterate in their native languages, or literate in a written language sentence boundaries, word order, and simple paragraph writing. Prereq: Placement in
which is based on a non-Roman alphabet. See ESL Adviser to enroll. ESL Level 3.
1350 ESL 011 01 10cr ED 0841A DAILY 9:00AM-10:50AM HOTTINGER 1382 ESL 035 70 5cr IB 3417 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM EATON
1351 ESL 011 02 10cr CC 3359 DAILY 12:00PM-1:50PM BAUER 1383 ESL 035 80 5cr IB 3415 TTh 6:30PM-8:50PM SHTERN
1353 ESL 011 04 5cr CC 3343 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM SIDOINE
1354 ESL 011 05 5cr CC 3443 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM KILL ESL 036 LOW INTERMEDIATE ESL SPEAKING AND LISTENING LEVEL 3
ESL 012 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 1B Practice in speaking and listening skills needed for job and/or daily situations. Prereq:
Placement in ESL Level 3.
Beginning literacy course emphasizing basic vocabulary, reading, writing, listening, and
1384 ESL 036 01 5cr TB 1643A DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM KELLER
speaking needed for daily life. Prereq: ESL 011 or placement.
1355 ESL 012 01 10cr IB 1307 DAILY 9:00AM-10:50AM SHARPE ESL 037 BEGINNING COMPUTER ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING
1356 ESL 012 02 10cr IB 3417 DAILY 12:00PM-1:50PM COSKO Beginning course for ESL students in personal computers. Emphasis on keyboarding,
1357 ESL 012 03 5cr CC 3350 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM GERBER word processing, and other basic computer skills. Prereq: Placement in ESL Level 2 or
ESL 015 BASIC LITERACY FOR ESL LEVEL 1 above, or instructor permission.
1358 ESL 015 70 5cr IB 3415 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM EATON 1386 ESL 037 01 6cr IB 3305 MWF 10:00AM-11:50AM MCKELVEY
1359 ESL 015 80 5cr CC 3350 TTh 6:30PM-8:50PM GERBER ESL 041 HIGH INTERMEDIATE ESL LEVEL 4A
ESL 016 ESL SPEAKING AND LISTENING LEVEL 1 Intermediate level course for non-native speakers of English to improve reading, writing,
Practice in speaking and listening skills needed for job and/or daily situations. Prereq: listening, speaking and grammar. Prereq: ESL 032 or placement.
Placement in ESL Level 1. 1390 ESL 041 01 10cr CC 3359 DAILY 9:00AM-10:50AM ANDERSON
1360 ESL 016 01 5cr IB 1307 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM SHARPE Also meets in IB 3305 T 10:00AM-10:50AM
1391 ESL 041 02 5cr CC 3450 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM COHEN
ESL 021 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 2A Also meets in IB 3309 W 6:30PM-7:40PM
Beginning course for non-native speakers of English emphasizing vocabulary, listening
ESL 042 HIGH INTERMEDIATE ESL LEVEL 4B
and speaking, basic reading and writing needed for daily survival and/or job situations.
Prereq: ESL 012 placement. Intermediate level course for non-native speakers of English to improve reading, writing,
listening, speaking and grammar. Prereq: ESL 041 or placement.
1364 ESL 021 01 10cr IB 3428 DAILY 12:00PM-1:50PM ALFAIZ
1365 ESL 021 02 5cr ED 0841A MW 6:30PM-8:50PM FRALEY 1392 ESL 042 01 10cr IB 3415 DAILY 9:00AM-10:50AM JENSEN
Also meets in IB 3409 Th 10:00AM-10:50AM
ESL 022 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 2B 1393 ESL 042 02 5cr IB 3415 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM SHTERN
Beginning course for non-native speakers of English with continued emphasis on vo- Also meets in IB 3305 M 7:40PM-8:50PM
cabulary, listening/speaking, reading and writing needed for daily survival and/or job
ESL 045 FOCUS ON WRITING LEVEL 4
situations. Prereq: ESL 021 or placement.
For students who want to improve writing skills. Practice in spelling, punctuation,
1367 ESL 022 01 10cr CC 3445 DAILY 12:00PM-1:50PM TUINSTRA
sentence boundaries, word order, and paragraph writing. Prereq: Placement in ESL
1368 ESL 022 02 5cr CC 3359 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM KILDALL
ESL 025 FOCUS ON WRITING LEVEL 2 1395 ESL 045 70 5cr IB 1410 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAPLETON
For students who want to improve their writing skills. Students will study English word 1396 ESL 045 80 5cr CC 3443 TTh 6:30PM-8:50PM KILL
order, spelling problems, some persistent grammatical problems and sentence formation.
ESL 046 HIGH INTERMEDIATE ESL SPEAKING & LISTENING LEVEL 4
Prereq: Placement in ESL Level 2.
Practice in speaking and listening skills needed for job, education, and/or daily situa-
1370 ESL 025 70 5cr IB 3428 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM BELGACEM
tions. Prereq: Placement in ESL Level 4.
1371 ESL 025 80 5cr IB 3428 TTh 6:30PM-8:50PM FRALEY
1397 ESL 046 01 5cr IB 1410 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM STAPLETON
ESL 026 ESL - SPEAKING AND LISTENING LEVEL 2
ESL 047 INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER LITERACY FOR ESL
Practice in speaking and listening skills needed for job and/or daily situations. Prereq:
Placement in ESL Level 2. Intermediate level course for ESL students who already use one or more of the following:
email, the Internet and/or MS Word. Prereq: Completion of ESL 037 or permission.
1372 ESL 026 01 5cr IB 3316 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM BONNEY
1398 ESL 047 01 6cr IB 3305 MWF 12:00PM-1:50PM MCKELVEY
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule.
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ESL 051 ESL LEVEL 5A ESL 066 ESL SPEAKING AND LISTENING LEVEL 6
Advanced level ESL course to develop reading, writing, listening, speaking, and grammar Practice in speaking and listening skills needed for job, education, and/or daily situa-
skills. Prereq: ESL 042, ESL 044 or placement. tions. Prereq: Placement in ESL Level 6.
1402 ESL 051 01 10cr IB 3428 DAILY 8:00AM-9:50AM ALFAIZ 1420 ESL 066 01 5cr IB 1307 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM BELGACEM
1403 ESL 051 02 5cr CC 3452 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM MANUELIAN
Also meets in IB 3305 W 7:40PM-8:50PM Environmental Science
ESL 052 ESL LEVEL 5B ENV 150 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND PROBLEMS I
Advanced level ESL course to develop reading, writing, and grammar skills for students Interactions between the human population and the environment, emphasizing at-
preparing to take college-level courses. Prereq: ESL 051 or placement. titudes and actions necessary to maintain a healthy human-environment ecosystem.
1404 ESL 052 01 10cr TB 1643A DAILY 9:00AM-10:50AM BAUER Fulﬁlls Global Studies requirement. Transfer class.
Also meets in TB 1643A T 9:00AM-10:50AM 2341 ENV 150 03 5cr CC 3443 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM BARNDT
1405 ESL 052 02 5cr IB 3330 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM MERKLIN 2343 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION BARNDT
Also meets in IB 3307 W 7:40PM-8:50PM 2347 ENV 150 04 5cr CC 3443 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAFF
ESL 055 FOCUS ON WRITING LEVEL 5 9503 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION SAUNDERS
For ESL students who want to improve writing skills. In depth work on sentence struc-
ture and boundaries, persistent grammatical problems, paragraph and essay organiza- French
tion. Prereq: Placement in ESL Level 5. FRCH&121 FRENCH I
1407 ESL 055 80 5cr CC 3443 TTh 6:30PM-8:50PM KILL Formerly FRE 101 – Elementary
1406 ESL 055 90 5cr CC 3359 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAFF
Covers fundamentals of grammar and syntax, pronunciation, oral and written exercises,
ESL 056 ESL SPEAKING AND LISTENING LEVEL 5 reading and conversation, and cultural aspects of the countries in which French is spo-
Practice in speaking and listening skills needed for job, education, and/or daily situa- ken. Oral practice with tapes required outside of class. For students with no previous
tions. Prereq: Placement in ESL Level 5. French studies. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL& 101. Transfer class.
1718 FRCH& 121 01 5cr IB 3426 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM BERNHARD
1408 ESL 056 01 5cr IB 1307 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM BELGACEM
ESL 057 ADVANCED COMPUTER ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING FRCH&122 FRENCH II
Advanced level course for ESL students already familiar with MS Word, Excel, e-mail, Formerly FRE 102 – Elementary
the Internet and database searches. Prereq: Completion of ESL047 or permission. Continuation of FRCH& 121. Emphasis on pronunciation and oral and written com-
munication. Prereq: FRCH& 121 or FRE 101 or permission. Transfer class.
1409 ESL 057 01 6cr IB 3305 MWF 12:00PM-1:50PM MCKELVEY
1720 FRCH& 122 01 5cr IB 3426 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM BERNHARD
ESL 059 VOCATIONAL ESL
FRCH&222 FRENCH V
Intended for students preparing for or enrolled in professional technical career program.
Section 01 - Medical Vocabulary, prereq: ESL042; section I2 - Phlebotomist Certiﬁcate Formerly FRE 202 – Second Year
(I-BEST), prereq: permission; section I1 - Nursing Assistant Certiﬁcate (I-BEST), Continuation of FRCH& 221. Prereq: FRCH& 221 or FRE 201 or permission.
prereq: permission. Transfer class.
1410 ESL 059 01 5cr IB 3422 TTh 6:30PM-8:50PM PALMER 1726 FRCH& 222 01 5cr IB 3426 TTh 5:30PM-7:45PM BERNHARD
1414 ESL 059 I1 3cr IB 1303 WTh 1:15PM-2:30PM DISTELHORST
FRCH 232 ADVANCED FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
1412 ESL 059 I2 2cr IB 1303 T 12:00PM-1:50PM PALMER
Continuation of FRCH 231. Prereq: FRCH 231 or FRE 231 or permission.
ESL 061 ESL LEVEL 6A 1728 FRCH 232 01 5cr IB 3426 TTh 5:30PM-7:45PM BERNHARD
Advanced level ESL course in reading, writing and grammar. Emphasis on academic
writing, increasing reading comprehension, and improving grammar and vocabulary. FRCH 298 INDEPENDENT STUDY/FRENCH
Prereq: ESL 052 or placement. Independent study of selected topic(s) in French. To be arranged with instructor. Prereq:
1416 ESL 061 01 10cr IB 1410 DAILY 9:00AM-10:50AM STAPLETON Permission. Transfer class.
Also meets in IB 3404 T 9:00AM-10:50AM 1730 FRCH 298 01 1-5cr IB 2407A ARR ARR BERNHARD
1417 ESL 061 02 5cr IB 3422 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM FORESTER 1732 FRCH 298 02 1-5cr IB 2407A ARR ARR ZAHAJKO
ESL 062 ESL LEVEL 6B
Advanced level ESL course in reading, writing, and grammar. Emphasis on academic
writing, increasing reading comprehension, and improving grammar and vocabulary. WMN 140 WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY
Prereq: ESL 061 or placement. 9545 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION STUHLDREHER
1418 ESL 062 01 10cr CC 3345 DAILY 9:00AM-10:50AM BARTON
Also meets in IB 3305 Th 9:00AM-10:50AM
WMN 200 ISSUES OF GENDER,RACE & CLASS IN WOMENʼS LIVES
3555 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION STUHLDREHER
1427 ESL 062 02 5cr IB 3422 MW 6:30PM-8:50PM FORESTER
ESL 065 FOCUS ON WRITING LEVEL 6 WMN 205 WOMEN IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT
Interdisciplinary course introduces students to the study of women in Asia, Africa, Latin
For ESL students who want to improve writing skills. In depth work on sentence struc-
America, the Middle East or indigenous women in some Western societies. Commonalities
ture and boundaries, persistent grammatical problems, paragraph and essay organiza-
and diﬀerences among women in various societies and cultures. Women’s histories and iden-
tion. Prereq: Placement in ESL Level 6.
tities, experiences of colonialism and globalization, concerns and issues, and women as agents
1419 ESL 065 90 5cr CC 3359 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAFF of social change. ENGL& 101 recommended. Maybe taken as ISP 205. Transfer class.
3565 WMN 205 09 5cr CC 2153 Th 5:30PM-9:40PM STUHLDREHER
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule
and other key quater dates.
44 Academic Education
AHE 103 MATH FOR HEALTH CAREERS
Geography Formerly MATH 100
GEG 200 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY For students entering a program in health/medical ﬁeld; reviews basic math and algebra
Human patterns on the earth’s surface, distribution, political divisions and economic and extends concepts to math required for health care of adults and children. Prereq:
activities. Role of geography in understanding the developments and diﬀusion of value MATH 081 or placement into MATH 084 or MATH 097, ENGL& 101 recom-
systems and cultural diﬀerences in the 20th century. Transfer class. mended. Permission required. Contact Division: (206) 527-3790.
3185 GEG 200 04 5cr CC 3445 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM HAERTEL 6511 AHE 103 01 3cr IB 3317 MW 1:00PM-2:20PM GUIRL
6513 AHE 103 02 3cr TB 1547 MW 6:00PM-7:20PM HUITSING
Geology AHE 190 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
GEOL&101 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY REQUIRED ﬁrst aid entrance exam on 11/17/09 anytime between 6:30-8:30 PM;
9505 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION HARRELL Orientation: 11/10/09, 7-8:30 PM, both in Library, Room 1141. CPR is required prior
to entry. See AHE 191 CPR. Permission required. For additional information: (206)
GEOL 106 DINOSAURS 527-3790. Cost is $715.50 ($120.00 tuition + $595.50 self support lab fee).
9507 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION BRAZIUNAS
6501 AHE 190 01 10cr IB 1409 TTh 6:00PM-10:00PM URICK/BLOOMINGDALE
GEOL&110 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY Also meets in IB 1409 Sa 8:30AM- 4:30PM
Demonstrates geological aspects of human interactions with the environment, spe- AHE 191 BASIC LIFE SUPPORT FOR THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDER/
ciﬁcally mitigating hazards from earthquakes and volcanoes, and resource extracting PROFESSIONAL RESCUER
resources such as water and oil. One required weekend ﬁeld trip, dates to be determined.
Course for entry into EMT program, if needed. Class meets December 17 & 19, 2009.
Transportation fee $10. Lab fee. Transfer class.
Must purchase textbook from the NSCC Bookstore & bring receipt to ﬁrst class.
2353 GEOL& 110 05 5cr AS 1623 MW 12:00PM-3:00PM FURUTANI, T Permisson required. Contact Division: (206) 527-3790 for information and to register.
GEOL 111 GEOLOGY FIELD DAY Cost is $139.00 ($24.00 tuition + $115.00 college self support fee).
6503 AHE 191 CPR 2cr IB 1409 Th 6:00PM-10:00PM BLOOMINGDALE
Washington State features some of the most fascinating and spectacular geology in the
Also meets in IB 1409 Sa 8:30AM-4:30PM
world. The course includes two evening lecture sessions and a one-day ﬁeld trip on a
weekend. See on-line schedule for dates. Textbook materials (PDF version) are provided AHE 242 BASIC BLOOD COLLECTION TECHNIQUES
in class. Lab Fee. Transfer class.
Introduction to basic blood collection techniques including theory and supervised blood
2359 GEOL 111 08 1cr ARR ARR ARR FIGGE collection practice. Section 01 meets 1/9-2/6/10, Section 02 meets 2/20-3/20/10.
Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or placement. Permission required. Contact Division: (206)
German 527-3790 for information and to register.
6505 AHE 242 01 2cr IB 1417 Sa 9:00AM-4:00PM GUIRL
GERM&122 GERMAN II
6507 AHE 242 02 2cr IB 1417 Sa 9:00AM-4:00PM GUIRL
Formerly GER 102 – Elementary
Continuation of GERM& 121. Focus on syntax, oral and written exercises, reading and AHI 100 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL VOCABULARY
conversation, fundamentals of grammar, pronunciation and culture. Prereq: GERM& Designed to orient people in health service organizations to the basic rules and fun-
121 or permission. Transfer class. damentals in medical vocabulary building. Also fulﬁlls the Biomedical Electronics
1740 GERM& 122 01 5cr CC 3450 TTh 6:00PM-8:15PM TAM and Radiologic Technology terminology requirement. Eligibility for ENGL& 101 or
transcript showing successful completion of ENGL& 101 or higher is recommended.
Health Permission required. Contact Division: (206) 527-3790.
9343 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION GEARY
HEA 150 HEALTH AND HUMAN SEXUALITY 9345 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION GEARY
Current health topics including mental health, relationship skills, lifestyle diseases, 9347 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION GEARY
sexually transmitted diseases, infectious diseases, and family planning. Placement into
ENGL& 101 is recommended. Transfer class. Heating/Ventilation/Air
2365 HEA 150 05 5cr CC 3343 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM STAFF
9509 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ROOT Conditioning/Refrigeration
Health and Human Services The HVAC program, in partnership with HVAC Learning Systems and
Lennox, provides system training in heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and
Division approval is required to enroll in most classes and programs in the refrigeration. The only one of its kind in the country available at a two-year
Health and Human Services Division. Contact the division at (206) 527-3790 college, North’s HVAC Program tailors your skills to employer needs and can
for information. help you get your first internship or entry-level job in a rewarding, challenging
AHE 100 CRITICAL THINKING AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS HCARE
Guides students preparing for (and employees already working in) a variety of healthcare
HVC 101 ESSENTIALS OF HVAC
occupations in the skills of thinking, reading, writing, and oral communication. Prereq: The ﬁrst of a series designed by HVAC Learning Solutions designed to take novice
completion of ENGL 097/098. This course fulﬁlls the ENGL& 101 requirement for technicians and educate them on fundamental principles of heating, ventilation, and air
Medical Assisting and program options and Pharmacy Technician. conditioning (HVAC). Covers safety, basic refrigeration, electricity, combustion and
venting, air distribution and indoor air quality (IAQ).
6509 AHE 100 01 5cr IB 3327 TTh 12:00PM- 2:20PM STAFF
5250 HVC 101 01 5cr ED 0845B MW 10:00AM-12:50PM BROCKWAY
AS: Arts & Science Building CC: College Center Building
CH: Child Care Center
IB: Instructional Building
OC: Off-Campus Building
Most current class listings are on the Web!
TB: Technologies Building ED: Dr. Peter Ku Education Center www.northseattle.edu
Academic Education 45
HVC 210 COOLING AND HEATING SYSTEMS SERVICES 1 HDC 101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE SUCCESS
Basic theory and design of heating and cooling systems with emphasis on installation Assist students adjust to community college. Includes goal-setting, identifying col-
of furnaces, air handlers, AC refrigeration, heat pumps, air distribution systems and lege resources, personal development and general study skills. Monday 1/4 through
refrigeration piping. Electrical wiring for equipment and control systems is also covered. Wednesday 3/3, 2010.
Designed by HVAC Learning Solutions. Prereq: HVC 101. 3800 HDC 101 01 2cr TB 1548B MW 11:00AM-12:10PM JMAO
5253 HVC 210 01N 5cr ED 0845B TTH 5:30PM-8:30PM STAFF
HVC 211 COOLING AND HEATING SYSTEM SERVICE 1 AND 2B Humanities
Part two of a four. Covers the basic theory and design of heating and cooling systems HUM 140 TRANSNATIONAL CINEMA
including furnaces, air handler service and air distribution, AC refrigeration, and heat 9636 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION HARRADINE
pumps. Electrical control subsystems, temperature control, system wiring, and motors
are also covered. Prereq: HVC 101.
5255 HVC 211 01N 5cr ED 0845B MW 5:30PM-8:30PM BROCKWAY
What Is Integrated Studies?
History North’s AA degree requirements are a little different from some other com-
munity colleges, the Integrated Studies requirement is designed to deepen your
HIST&127 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II learning experience. How? Integrated Studies combines two or more individual
Formerly HIS 102 – World History 1500-1800 courses into one integrated program of learning. Students can choose to take a
Foundations of modern civilization with emphasis on the scientiﬁc, industrial, and po- “linked course” or a “coordinated studies” course. These courses are organized
litical revolutions that have transformed societies. Emphasis on the Western Renaissance around a central theme or question, rather than a particular academic discipline
and resulting cross-cultural contact on a global scale. Transfer class. like history or biology.
3215 HIST& 127 04 5cr CC 3357 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM RAUSCH •With linked courses, students take separate courses and draw comparisons
9565 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION RAUSCH between the subjects.
• In coordinated studies courses, students and faculty participate in a “learning
HIST&136 US HISTORY 1: TO 1877 community” where they examine a common theme or question from different
American history from Colonial period through Reconstruction. Emphasis on disciplinary perspectives, often participating in book seminars, creating proj-
American Revolution, the National period, slavery, territorial expansion, Civil War ects, and/or writing papers and exams in one combined program of study.
and Resconstruction. Fulﬁlls U.S. Cultures and Individuals/Societies requirement. Either approach offers you an opportunity to earn credits from two or three dif-
Transfer class. ferent disciplines in one 8 to 15-credit package. To learn more about Integrated
3225 HIST& 136 H1 5cr CC 3357 MTWTh 8:00AM-8:50AM CASSERLY Studies visit: http://webshares.northseattle.edu/integratedstudies
9567 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION BRUBAKER
HIST&137 US HISTORY 2: 1877 TO PRESENT Coordinated Studies
Reconstruction, industrialization, urbanization, westward movement, political reform, C1. “Hope in the Dark: Examples of Activism”
agrarian protest, progressive period, Great Depression and the New Deal, WWII, Sustainability Course (Equity)
1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s and after. Fulﬁlls U.S. Cultures and Individuals/Societies require-
ment. Transfer class. 10cr CC2153 MWF 10:30AM-1:50PM
Faculty: Margot Boyer, Composition and Literature, firstname.lastname@example.org and Karen
3235 HIST& 137 H2 5cr CC 3357 MTWTh 9:00AM-9:50AM NUTTING
Stuhldreher, Women Studies, email@example.com
3245 HIST& 137 H3 5cr CC 3357 MTWTh 10:00AM-10:50AM NUTTING
3255 HIST& 137 08 5cr CC 3357 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM BRUBAKER We live in uncertain times, yet people everywhere are working for social change and sus-
9569 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION NUTTING tainability. As citizens of a democracy, what shall we do? “Hope in the Dark” will examine
past movements and current struggles to heal our world. Through stories and art, we’ll
HIST 140 WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY
learn how citizens have changed their society, and consider what we can do, now.
9569 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION STUHLDREHER
Fulﬁlls some of the following AA Degree requirements, depending on which courses
HIST 210 THE PACIFIC CENTURY you register for: VLPA; Individuals, Cultures and Societies; Composition; US Cultures;
Study of the transformation of selected Paciﬁc Rim countries and their contributions and Integrated Studies
to the modern world. Responses to the problems and challenges of economic, political
Choose two of the following 5-credit courses:
and social development. Analyzes the impact of China and Japan on the region. May be
taken as ISP 210. Transfer class. 1210 ENGL&101.C1 5cr COMPOSITION I
3265 HIST 210 05 5cr CC 3357 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM RAUSCH
1212 ENGL&102.C1 5cr COMPOSITION II
Human Development Or:
3555 WMN 200.C1 5cr GENDER, RACE AND CLASS IN OUR LIVES
HDC 100 CAREER PLANNING AND PERSONAL EVALUATION Or:
A systematic approach to help understanding of individual occupational interests 1214 ENGL 265.C1 5cr LITERATURE AND SOCIETY
and goals. Includes standardized testing and discussions of values, interests and skills. Or:
Tuesday 1/12 through Thursday 2/25 , 2010. The class has a $32.00 fee that covers 3259 HIST 140.C1 5cr WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY
testing and course materials. Or:
3804 HDC 100 01 2cr CC 3450 TTh 11:00AM-12:10PM HOFFMAN-ROBI 3545 WMN 140.C1 5cr WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY
9334 HDC 100 D1 2cr OC ARR ARR JMAO
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule Most current class listings are on the Web!
and other key quater dates. www.northseattle.edu
46 Academic Education
C2. “Memories and Memoirs” C4H. “Speaking of Success: Preparing for College-Reading, Writing and
10-12cr CC2153 TTh 10:00AM-2:20PM Speaking”
Faculty: JC Clapp, English and Literature, firstname.lastname@example.org and Melissa Grinley, Hybrid (20% online)
15cr CC3460 MTWTh 9AM-11:50AM
How does memory work and not work? What types of things do we remember, and
Faculty: Carol Hamilton, English, email@example.com and Jane Lister Reis, Com-
what do we forget? How do our reﬂections on the past inﬂuence our ideas of who we
are? Where the heck are my car keys? Using an in-depth look at the psychological re-
search of memory, and applying those ideas to actual personal narratives and memoirs, Developing more conﬁdence as a writer and oral communicator can help you be more
we will examine how the types of things we remember and forget reﬂect our culture successful in college and in the workplace. In this 15-credit course that fully integrates
and ourselves. a developmental English class (097/098) with a college-level communication course
(Overcoming Communication Anxiety), students will explore the concept of voice from
Fulﬁlls some of the following AA Degree requirements, depending on which course you
two diﬀerent disciplinary perspectives - writing and speaking - and use their diﬀerences
register for: Individuals, Cultures and Societies; Composition; VLPA; US Cultures;
and similarities as a way to write and speak more eﬀectively and with more conﬁdence.
and Integrated Studies
Students who successfully complete the course will also fulﬁll their Integrated Studies
Choose two of the following 5-credit courses: requirement (one of the requirements for an AA Degree) and receive 5-credits of a
3457 PSYC 255.C2 5cr COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY college-level communication course.
Or: Fulﬁlls the following AA Degree requirements: Communication, VLPA, and Integrated
1216 ENGL&102.C2 5cr COMPOSITION II Studies
Or: Register for the following courses:
1218 ENGL 240.C2 5cr READING AND WRITING AUTOBIOGRAPHY
1222 ENGL 097.C4H 5cr COLLEGE PREPARATORY READING IV
If desired, students may also enroll in an optional 2 credit option: 1223 ENGL 098.C4H 5cr COLLEGE PREPARATORY WRITING IV
3459 PSYC 299.C2 2cr INDEPENDENT STUDY IN PSYCHOLOGY 1100 CMST 115.C4H 5cr OVERCOMING COMMUNICATION ANXIETY
1220 ENGL 296.C2 2cr SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENGLISH
Students enroll for two classes as instructed in the link they select.
C3. “World of Work: From Africa to Wall Street: - Fully Online L1. “Environmental Science and Policy” –
Sustainability Course (Economic) Hybrid Course linking Environmental Science (on-campus) and
Faculty: Omara Abe, Anthropology, firstname.lastname@example.org and Thom Cook, Economics, American Government (online)
email@example.com Sustainability Course (Environmental)
Faculty: Katie Barndt, Science, firstname.lastname@example.org and Jill Lane, Political Science,
This 10-12 credit integrated studies course features one of your instructors teaching
you on location in Africa! In this fully online course, students will study the cultural,
social and economic aspects of work as well as have an opportunity to explore and This 10-credit, hybrid (half on campus, half online) linked course oﬀers an introduction
understand both common and diverse elements when people work in diﬀerent venues to American Government, utilizing major legislative and regulatory environmental issues
such as a native village in Africa or a modern corporation in the United States. Students as examples. The environmental science of such policies will be taught in conjunction.
will entertain questions about diversity of production methods, colonization, exploita- Students will gain an understanding of how humans interact with the environment and
tion, international trade, developing nations, technology’s impact, income distribution, determine actions necessary to maintain a healthy human-environment ecosystem. The
organizational behavior, ethical issues, and the future world of work. POL&202 class is fully online; UD fees apply.
This course will feature multimedia learning tools such as streaming lectures, podcasts, Fulﬁlls the following AA Degree requirements: Global Studies; Individuals, Cultures
interviews, digital photography, and discussion webs. and Societies; Natural World*, and Integrated Studies (*ENV 150 can fulﬁll either
Natural World or ICS)
Fulﬁlls some of the following AA Degree requirements, depending on which courses
you register for: Communication; Global Studies; US Cultures, Individuals, Cultures Register for:
and Societies; Quantitative Reasoning; and Integrated Studies ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES/PROBLEMS
Please register for two of the following 5-credit classes: 2343 ENV 150.Z3 5cr ED0844C DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM BARNDT
9541 ANTH& 106.CD3 5cr INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN CULTURE
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (FORMERLY POL 102)
9587 POLS& 202.ZD1 5cr FULLY ONLINE LANE
9543 ANTH 113.CD3 5cr AFRICA
9545 ANTH 130.CD3 5cr WORLD CULTURES
And: NSCC students who earn the International Trade Certificate are prepared to
9553 ECON 100.CD3 5cr SURVEY OF ECONOMICS work in entry-level positions requiring knowledge of international business and
trade., e.g. logistics, supply chain management, freight forwarding, port opera-
tions, trade center operations, and distribution networks. The International
9557 ECON& 202.CD3 5cr PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
Trade Certificate includes an internship opportunity. For more information
Or: visit: http://www.northseattle.edu/business/iti/htm .
9559 ECON 240.CD3 5cr WORLD OF WORK
And: IBN 203 INTERNATIONAL TRADE: EXPORT
Students may also register for one of the following 2-credit optional courses: Pragmatic,“hands-on” training and tips on conducting a successful exporting operation.
Study research and planning, market strategy, ﬁnance, legal considerations, and logistics
9549 ANTH 298.CD3 2cr SPECIAL TOPICS
of entering foreign markets. Develops skills and knowledge in the practical aspects of
Or: exportation of products or services to another country.
9561 ECON 298.CD3 2cr SPECIAL TOPICS
4095 IBN 203 01N 3cr IB 3413 T 6:30PM-9:40PM STAFF
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IBN 205 INTERNATIONAL TRADE: IMPORT
Pragmatic,“hands-on” training and tips on conducting a successful importing operation.
IT for Healthcare
Studies the import transaction, market research, operations, ﬁnancing, pricing, logistics Division approval is required to enroll in the IT for Healthcare Program.
and U.S. custom regulations. Develops skills and knowledge in the practical aspects of Contact Division: (206) 527-3790.
the importation of products from another country. AHE 234 HIPAA AND NETWORK SECURITY
4096 IBN 205 01N 3cr IB 3327 W 6:30PM-9:40PM STAFF Review of HIPAA regulations and Guidelines, basic IT Network Security, and intro-
IBN 225 GLOBAL LOGISTICS duction of Health Informatics. Prereq: IT 100 and IT 101 or BUS 169 or instructor
permission. Computer fee required.
Emphasizes the decision-making process in international business operations, including
6541 AHE 234 01 5cr IB 1317 MWTh 9:00AM-10:45AM HUITSING
the role of logistics in the ﬁrm and in the international environment; sourcing materials
and manufacturing; product distribution, inventory/warehousing issues; distribution
alternatives, transportation, ﬁnancial and organizational considerations; and the impact Japanese
of government imposed laws, treaties and policies.
JAPN&121 JAPANESE I
4097 IBN 225 01N 3cr IB 3413 Th 6:30PM-9:40PM STAFF
Formerly JPN 101 – Elementary
International Studies Intro to Japanese conversation, grammar, culture, and the Japanese hiragana writing sys-
tem. For students who have not previously studied Japanese. Recommended: ENGL&
ISP 205 WOMEN IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT 101 eligibility. Transfer class.
Interdisciplinary course introduces students to the study of women in Asia, Africa, Latin 1750 JAPN& 121 01 5cr CC 3450 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM YAMAGUCHI
America, the Middle East or indigenous women in some Western societies. Commonali- JAPN&122 JAPANESE II
ties and diﬀerences among women in various societies and cultures. Women’s histories
Formerly JPN 102 – Elementary
and identities, experiences of colonialism and globalization, concerns and issues, and
women as agents of social change. ENGL& 101 recommended. Maybe taken as WMN Continuation of JAPN& 121. Includes development of speaking, listening, reading, and
205. Transfer class. writing skills. Introduces the kanji (Chinese character) writing system and up to 30 basic
characters. Prereq: JAPN& 121 or JPN 101 or permission. Transfer class.
3275 ISP 205 09 5cr CC 2153 Th 5:30PM-9:40PM STUHLDREHER
1752 JAPN& 122 01 5cr CC 3450 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM YAMAGUCHI
ISP 210 THE PACIFIC CENTURY
Transformation of Paciﬁc Asia and its contribution to the modern world. Responses to the
problems and challenges of economic, political and social development. Impact of China
and Japan on contemporary Paciﬁc Asia. May be taken as HIS 210. Transfer class. LIB 150 RESEARCH IN THE ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENT FULLY ONLINE
3285 ISP 210 05 5cr CC 3357 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM RAUSCH Introduction to research methods through the use of online reference sources, library
catalogs, journal article databases, and the Internet. Students learn to evaluate informa-
Internships tion critically and to document sources properly. Prerequisites: Basic computer skills and
Eligibility for ENGL&101 Fees: UD. Recommended orientation: January 20, 6-7pm,
CWE 101 PORTFOLIO, JOB SEARCH AND INTERVIEWING LB 2236 B 5-week course
Learn how to develop the internship or job you want as well as the tools and resources 9483 LIB 150 D1 2cr OC WU
necessary for an internship, a job search and for transferring to a 4-year school.“Hybrid” LIB 180 RESEARCH FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
class taught partially online and partially on campus as arranged with the instructor.
Fully online option available by permission of and arrangement with the instructor. Builds skills and techniques for success as an online learner. Examines various strategies
for locating, evaluating, and applying information resources with attention to issues like
0010 CWE 101 H1 2cr IB 3406 TTh 1:30PM-2:30PM STAFF
intellectual property, censorship and freedom of information.
CWE 110 INTERNSHIP 9484 LIB 180 WOL 5cr OC SHAVIT
Earn transferable credit while gaining experience in your ﬁeld of study through an
internship or current work that is related to your education/training. Course is indi-
vidually tailored through collaboration with your instructor and employer. “Hybrid”
course taught partially online and partially face-to-face on campus as arranged with MATH 081 BASIC MATH SKILLS
the instructor. Fully online option available by permission of and arrangement with Covers whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percent, ratio and proportion, geometry
the instructor. and measurements and introduction to algebra and discussions concerning math
CWE 110 H1 3cr OFF STAFF avoidance.
2403 MATH 081 01 5cr CC 3457 DAILY 8:00AM-8:50AM MURPHY
Italian 2407 MATH 081 04
2419 MATH 081 08
ITAL 122 ITALIAN II
MATH 081 BASIC MATH SKILLS – COMPUTER BASED
Continuation of ITAL121. Emphasizes pronunciation, oral and written communica-
tion. Prereq: ITAL 121 or permission. Transfer class. The following classes are computer based instruction. Additional course fee includes
the course software and accompanying textbook. Students need to bring headphones.
1744 ITAL 122 01 5cr ED 0840C DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM RZHONDKOVSKY
2411 MATH 081 05P 5cr ED 2842A MTWTh 12:00PM-1:05PM RINGEN
2415 MATH 081 06P 5cr ED 2842A MTWTh 1:15PM-2:20PM LIPPERT
KEY 2423 MATH 081 08P 5cr ED 2842A MW 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF
MUS 103 FIRST YEAR THEORY 2427 MATH 081 10P 5cr ED 2842A Sa 8:00AM-12:30PM DeSOTO
course number course title
9513 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION GOLDNER
1603 MUS 103 01 5cr LB 1142 MWF 9:00AM-9:50AM PALMER
item course no. sec credits bldg room day time instructor See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule
Shaded descriptions indicate evening classes.
and other key quater dates.
48 Academic Education
MATH 084 ALGEBRA I MATH 098 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA – COMPUTER BASED
Elementary algebra topics include operations with signed numbers, linear equations and The following classes are computer based instruction. Additional course fee includes
inequalities, exponents, graphing linear functions, systems of equations, polynomials the course software and accompanying textbook. Students need to bring headphones.
and applications. Prereq: MATH 081 with a 2.0 or better or placement. Lab fee.
2435 MATH 084 02 5cr CC 3457 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM MURPHY 2569 MATH 098 05P 5cr ED 2842A MTWTh 12:00PM-1:05PM RINGEN
2439 MATH 084 04 5cr CC 3355 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM DeSOTO 2575 MATH 098 06P 5cr ED 2842A MTWTh 1:15PM-2:20PM LIPPERT
2441 MATH 084 05 5cr CC 3457 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM GARCIA 2581 MATH 098 08P 5cr ED 2842A MW 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF
2453 MATH 084 08 5cr CC 3459 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF 2589 MATH 098 10P 5cr ED 2842A Sa 8:00AM-12:30PM DeSOTO
9523 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION BRANNAN
MATH 084 ALGEBRA I – COMPUTER BASED
The following classes are computer based instruction. Additional course fee includes MATH&107 MATH IN SOCIETY
the course software and accompanying textbook. Students need to bring headphones. Formerly MAT 107 – Math for Liberal Arts
Lab fee. Intended for non-science majors; fulﬁlls QSR requirement for AA Degree. Topics may
2443 MATH 084 05P 5cr ED 2842A MTWTh 12:00PM-1:05PM RINGEN include interest computations, modeling (using linear, quadratic and exponential growth
2447 MATH 084 06P 5cr ED 2842A MTWTh 1:15PM-2:20PM LIPPERT equations) and probability concents with statistics, all applied to everyday life. Prereq:
2451 MATH 084 08P 5cr ED 2842A MW 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF MATH 098 with a 2.0 or better. Transfer class.
2455 MATH 084 10P 5cr ED 2842A Sa 8:00AM-12:30PM DeSOTO 2605 MATH& 107 03 5cr CC 3355 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM STAFF
9515 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION BRANNAN 9525 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION LI, D
MATH 085 ALGEBRA II MATH 109 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
Elementary algebra topics include factoring, rational and radical expressions, graphing Covers descriptive methods, probability and probability distributions, samples, deci-
quadratic functions, solving quadratic equations and applications. Prereq: MATH 084 sions, hypothesis testing, statistical inferences, analysis of variance and regression,
with a 2.0 or better or placement. applications. Fulﬁlls QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Prereq: MATH 098 with a
2461 MATH 085 02 5cr CC 3455 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM LIPPERT 2.0 or better. Transfer class.
2465 MATH 085 04 5cr CC 3453 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAFF 2611 MATH 109 02 5cr CC 3445 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM KUROSE
2477 MATH 085 09 5cr CC 3355 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF 2617 MATH 109 05 5cr CC 3455 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM KUROSE
2623 MATH 109 08 5cr CC 3353 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM KIRSCH
MATH 085 ALGEBRA II – COMPUTER BASED
9527 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION KUROSE
The following classes are computer based instruction. Additional course fee includes
the course software and accompanying textbook. Students need to bring headphones. MATH 116 APPLICATIONS OF MATH TO MANAGEMENT, LIFE & SSCI
Lab fee. Preparatory for Business Calculus MATH& 148 (formerly MAT 117). Polynomial,
2469 MATH 085 05P 5cr ED 2842A MTWTh 12:00PM-1:05PM RINGEN exponential, logarithmic, and rational functions with application to business settings. No
2473 MATH 085 06P 5cr ED 2842A MTWTh 1:15PM-2:20PM LIPPERT trigonometry. A graphing calculator may be required by some instructors, which is avail-
2475 MATH 085 08P 5cr ED 2842A MW 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF able in the Math, Science & Social Sciences Division for a $5 non-refundable deposit.
2479 MATH 085 10P 5cr ED 2842A Sa 8:00AM-12:30PM DeSOTO Prereq: MATH 098 with a 2.5 or better or placement exam. Transfer class.
9517 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION BRANNAN 2629 MATH 116 04 5cr IB 3422 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAFF
2631 MATH 116 08 5cr CC 3445 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF
MATH 089 MATHEMATICS LEARNING CENTER
Linked with math, physics and chemistry classes. Individual focus of study in arithmetic, MATH&141 PRECALCULUS I
algebra, study skills, math anxiety. You must meet with the instructor. Website: http:// Formerly MAT 122 – Pre-calculus I, General Functions
northstar.northseattle.edu/math/MAT089/ General nature of polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, and
2483 MATH 089 01 1cr IB 2330A ARR ARR GOLDNER related functional and algebraic topics. Fulﬁlls the QSR requirement for A.A. degree.
2487 MATH 089 02 2cr IB 2330A ARR ARR GOLDNER Prereq: MAT 098 with a 2.5 or better or p lacement test. Transfer class.
MATH 090 MATHEMATICAL MODULES 2635 MATH& 141 02 5cr CC 3353 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM JENNE
2641 MATH& 141 04 5cr CC 3455 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM JASSO
9519 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION LI, D
2647 MATH& 141 05 5cr CC 3453 MTWTh 12:00PM-1:05PM STAFF
MATH 097 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 2647 MATH& 141 08 5cr IB 3430 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM KHOLOMYEVA
Fast-paced course for students with previous success in algebra. Topics include linear MATH&142 PRECALCULUS II
and quadratic equations and graphs, inequalities, exponents, polynomials, rational
expressions, radicals. Prereq: Placement test. Formerly MAT 123 – Pre-calculus II, Trig Functions
Right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric functions, related trig applications, and topics
2513 MATH 097 03 5cr CC 3353 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM KUROSE
in analytic geometry. Fulﬁlls the QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Prereq: MATH&
MATH 098 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 141 with a 2.5 or better.
Sets and the real number system, polynomial and rational expressions, exponents and 2665 MATH& 142 03 5cr CC 3453 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM LI, D
radicals, ﬁrst and second degree equations, linear systems of equations, graphs. Prereq: 2671 MATH& 142 05 5cr IB 3422 MTWTh 12:00PM-1:05PM STAFF
At least one year high school algebra or equivalent placement exam, or MATH 085 or 2677 MATH& 142 09 5cr IB 3416 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF
MATH 097 with a 2.0 or better. MATH&148 BUSINESS CALCULUS
2551 MATH 098 02 5cr CC 3453 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM JASSO
Formerly MAT 117 – Elements of Calculus
2557 MATH 098 04 5cr CC 3353 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM GARCIA
Diﬀerential and integral calculus with emphasis on polynomial, rational, exponential and
2563 MATH 098 05 5cr CC 3459 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM JENNE
logarithmic functions; applications drawn from economics, business, social sciences, bi-
2585 MATH 098 09 5cr CC 3459 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF
ology, medicine, and ecology. Fulﬁlls QSR requirement for A.A.A./A.S. degree. Prereq:
MATH&141, MATH 116 or MATH 120 with a 2.5 or better. Transfer class.
Most current class listings are on the Web! 2685 MATH& 148 05 5cr CC 3353 MTWTh 12:00PM-1:05PM WATTS
www.northseattle.edu 2691 MATH& 148 09 5cr CC 3457 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM KIRSCH
Academic Education 49
MATH&151 CALCULUS I learn theory portions of the material, then students can choose when they come
in (within open hours) to take tests, to see a demonstration of procedures and
Formerly MAT 124 – Calculus with Analytic Geometry
to practice/test the hands-on procedures. Clinical and Administrative demon-
Limits, continuity, derivatives, Mean Value Theorem, Fundamental Theorem of Calcu- strations are scheduled throughout the quarter. A calendar of these scheduled
lus, and integration. A graphing calculator may be required by some instructors, which activities is available at orientation on the first day of the quarter, Monday,
are available in the Math, Science & Social Sciences Division for a non-refundable $5 January 4, 2010 at Noon or 6 PM in Room 1318, Instruction Building. For
deposit. Fulﬁlls the QSR requirement for A.A./A.S. degree. Prereq: MATH 120 or details or dates of group advising, contact the Health and Human Services
MATH& 142 with a 2.5 or better. Transfer class. Division at (206) 527-3790.
2705 MATH& 151 01 5cr CC 3453 MTWTh 7:45AM-8:50AM WATTS *Open class times and instructor availability in the classroom:
2709 MATH& 151 03 5cr IB 3422 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM JENNE Mondays: 2 PM-8 PM
2715 MATH& 151 05 5cr CC 3355 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM LI, H Tuesdays: 2 PM-8 PM
2721 MATH& 151 08 5cr CC 3455 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM LI, H Wednesdays: 11 AM-5 PM
MATH&152 CALCULUS II Thursdays: 11 AM–8 PM
(*subject to change based on student needs)
Formerly MAT 125
Classes meet in IB 1318.
Transcendental functions, techniques and application of integration, numerical inte-
Please Note: Division approval is required to enroll in the Medical Assisting
gration, improper integrals, polar coordinates, and parametric equations. Graphing
program and program options. Registration must be done in the Health and
calculator (available in Math, Science & Social Science Division for non-refundable $5
Human Services Division Office. A $35 non-refundable application fee is
deposit) may be required by some instructors. Prereq: MATH& 151 or MATH 124
required for all new applicants to the Medical Assisting Program.
with a 2.5 or better or placement exam. Transfer class.
The following classes are offered in a self-paced modularized approach to
2727 MATH& 152 01 5cr IB 3422 DAILY 8:00AM-8:50AM ANDERSON, S
students enrolled in the Medical Assisting and Program Option disciplines.
2733 MATH& 152 03 5cr CC 3445 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM LI, H
All modules are available every quarter.
2745 MATH& 152 06 5cr IB 3430 MTWTh 1:00PM-2:05PM BRANNAN
2751 MATH& 152 08 5cr CC 3355 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM WATTS AMA 100 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTHCARE
6600 AMA 100 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
MATH&153 CALCULUS III
Formerly MAT 126 – Calculus with Analytic Geometry AMA 101 COMMUNICATIONS IN HEALTH CARE
Series, vectors, multivariable functions, partial diﬀerentiation, and multiple integration. 6601 AMA 101 03 2cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
Graphing calculator (available in Math, Science & Social Science Division for a non- AMA 102 LEGAL CONCEPTS
refundable $5 deposit) may be required by some instructors. Prereq: MATH& 152 or
6602 AMA 102 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
MATH 125 with a 2.5 or better. Transfer class.
9351 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
2761 MATH& 153 02 5cr CC 3355 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM LI, D
2767 MATH& 153 09 5cr CC 3455 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM KHOLOMYEVA AMA 103 ETHICAL CONCEPTS
6603 AMA 103 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
MATH 220 LINEAR ALGEBRA 9383 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
Intro to linear algebra and its implications. Includes systems of linear equations,
matrices, determinants, vector spaces, inner product spaces, eigenvalue problems, and
AMA 104 OFFICE EMERGENCIES
the Jordan form. Fulﬁlls QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Prereq: MATH& 153 or Please note: Supply fee required
MATH 126 with a 2.5 or better. Transfer class. 6604 AMA 104 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
2781 MATH 220 08 5cr CC 3453 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM JENNE AMA 105 ASEPSIS AND INFECTION CONTROL
MATH 224 VECTOR CALCULUS Please note: Supply fee required.
Continuation of MATH& 153. Vector-valued functions, vector ﬁelds, line and surface 6605 AMA 105 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
integrals and the theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes. Vector operators and the
extension of calculus to the vectors in 2-D and 3-D space. Fulﬁlls the QSR require-
AMA 106 PATIENT HISTORY-DOCUMENTATION AND PHYSICAL EXAM
ment for A.A. degree. Prereq: MATH& 153 (formerly MAT 126) or higher with a 6606 AMA 106 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
2.5 or better. AMA 107 VITAL SIGNS AND MEASUREMENTS
2789 MATH 224 09 5cr CC 3453 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM JASSO Please note: Supply fee required
MATH 238 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 6607 AMA 107 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
Linear diﬀerential equations, second order diﬀerential equations, their applications, AMA 108 NUTRITION AND DEVELOPMENTAL BASICS
Leplace transforms and series solutions. Elementary theory of diﬀerential equations 6608 AMA 108 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
and the interrelationship between pure mathematics and applied mathematics. Fulﬁlls 9355 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
the QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Prereq: MATH&152 or MATH 125 with a
2.5 or better. Transfer class. AMA 109 PHARMACOLOGY
2793 MATH 238 02 5cr IB 3422 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM LI, H 6609 AMA 109 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
9357 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
Medical Assisting AMA 110 INTRODUCTION TO LAB SAFETY
Basic Medical Reception, Medical Office Administration, Medical Please note: Supply fee required
Transcription, Clinical Lab Assisting, Health Care Assistant Preparation, 6610 AMA 110 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
Medical Fundamentals for Clinical Research Professionals
The Medical Assisting program and its six program options are offered in a
AMA 112 CREDENTIALS AND EMPLOYMENT
6611 AMA 112 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
self-paced, modular format and students can begin in any quarter. This format
allows flexibility to people who are unable to attend a traditional full-time AMA 114 BASIC PSYCHOLOGY PRINCIPLES
program during the day. Students follow a checklist of assignments and tasks to 6612 AMA 114 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
50 Academic Education
AMA 115 HIV/AIDS AMA 227 MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING
6613 AMA 115 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 6633 AMA 227 03 2cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
9359 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
AMA 230 MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT
AMA 116 PRINCIPLES OF IV THERAPY 6634 AMA 230 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
6614 AMA 116 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AMA 240 GYN/PEDIATRICS
AMA 120 FRONT OFFICE BASICS 6635 AMA 240 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
6615 AMA 120 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AMA 241 MALE REPRODUCTIVE/GERONTOLOGY
AMA 121 PATIENT SCHEDULING 6636 AMA 241 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
6616 AMA 121 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 9361 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
AMA 122 MEDICAL RECORDS AND CORRESPONDENCE AMA 242 EXAMS BY BODY SYSTEMS
6617 AMA 122 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF Please note: Supply fee required
AMA 123 DAILY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 6637 AMA 242 03 2cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
6618 AMA 123 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AMA 243 REHABILITATION
AMA 125 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL INSURANCE AND CODING 6638 AMA 243 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
6619 AMA 125 03 2cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AMA 245 MINOR SURGERY
AMA 170 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 1 - INTRODUCTION Please note: Supply fee required
6620 AMA 170 03 2cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 6639 AMA 245 03 2cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
9388 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
AMA 246 PATIENT PRIORITIZING AND INSTRUCTION
AMA 171 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 2 - SKIN/SENSES 6640 AMA 246 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
6621 AMA 171 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 9363 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
9389 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
AMA 250 MEDICATION CALCULATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION
AMA 172 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 3 - DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
Please note: Supply fee required
6622 AMA 172 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
9390 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M 6641 AMA 250 03 2cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AMA 173 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 4 - MALE/URINARY SYSTEM AMA 251 EKG
6623 AMA 173 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF Please note: Supply fee required
9391 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M 6642 AMA 251 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AMA 174 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 5 - FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE AMA 252 PHLEBOTOMY
SYSTEM Open only to currently enrolled medical or clinical lab assisting students or HCA Prep
6624 AMA 174 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF students as a clinical option. Permission required. Contact Division: (206) 527-3790.
9392 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M Please note: Supply fee required
AMA 175 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 6 - NERVOUS SYSTEM 6643 AMA 252 03 2cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
6625 AMA 175 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AMA 253 HEMATOLOGY
9393 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
Please note: Supply fee required
AMA 176 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 7 - ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 6644 AMA 253 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
6626 AMA 176 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
9394 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M AMA 254 URINALYSIS
AMA 177 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 8 - MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM Please note: Supply fee required
6627 AMA 177 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 6645 AMA 254 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
9395 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
AMA 255 BASIC MICROBIOLOGY
AMA 178 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 9 - CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Please note: Supply fee required
6628 AMA 178 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 6646 AMA 255 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
9396 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
AMA 256 SPECIALTY LAB TESTS AND CHEMISTRY
AMA 179 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 10 - RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Please note: Supply fee required
6629 AMA 179 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
9397 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M 6647 AMA 256 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AMA 180 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 11 - BLOOD/LYMPH SYSTEM AMA 290 MEDICAL ASSISTING EXTERNSHIP AND SEMINAR
6630 AMA 180 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF Note: Open only to current NSCC Medical Assisting students who have completed all
9398 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M other coursework. Permission required.
AMA 181 AP/TERMINOLOGY/PATHOLOGY 12 - SPECIALTIES 9365 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M
6631 AMA 181 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF Module AHM 244 is required for all students in the Medical Assisting and Medical
9399 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ALLEN, M Fundamentals for Clinical Research Professionals Programs.
AMA 226 MEDICAL INSURANCE CODING I AHM 244 INTRODUCTION TO IMAGING
6632 AMA 226 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 6663 AHM 244 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
Academic Education 51
Modules AHM 101-AHM 105 are only for students who have successfully completed
a Medical Terminology and Anatomy and Physiology course. Music
AHM 101 PATHOLOGY 1 MUSC&142 MUSIC THEORY II
6650 AHM 101 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF Formerly MUS 102 – First Year Theory
AHM 102 PATHOLOGY 2 Continuation of MUSC& 141. Elementary harmony and ear training including 4-part har-
6651 AHM 102 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF mony. Prereq: MUSC& 141, or MUS 101, or MUSC 125, or permission. Transfer class.
1603 MUSC& 142 01 5cr LB 1228 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM PALMER,B
AHM 103 PATHOLOGY 3
6652 AHM 103 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF MUSC 110 INTRODUCTION TO WORLD MUSIC
AHM 104 PATHOLOGY 4 Covers the music of selected societies of the world within their cultural context. Using
musical concepts on a cross-cultural basis, examine various cultural areas and societies.
6653 AHM 104 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AHM 105 PATHOLOGY 5 1605 MUSC 110 01 5cr LB 1142 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM PALMER,B
6654 AHM 105 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
MUSC 113 MUSIC IN THE UNITED STATES
Modules AHM 140-AHM 142 are for students in the Clinical Lab Assisting Program
option. Musical developments in the United States from Colonial times to the present, using
audio & video clips embedded in the text, videotapes and recordings. Contributions of
AHM 140 PHLEBOTOMY 2 ethnic/minority groups and relevant social issues connected with these musical experi-
Please note: Supply fee required ences. Transfer class.
6655 AHM 140 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 9640 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION WOODBURY
AHM 141 LAB EQUIPMENT AND MEASUREMENTS MUSC 119 BEGINNING GROUP INSTRUCTION: VOICE
6656 AHM 141 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF Emphasis on beginning techniques of breath control, placement of tone, posture and
AHM 142 NON-BLOOD SPECIMEN COLLECTION other basic concepts. Recommend enrollment in MUSC 125 for students without
experience in reading music. Transfer class.
Please note: Supply fee required
1607 MUSC 119 01 2cr LB 1141 MWF 11:00PM-11:50PM GRAYSON
6657 AHM 142 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
Modules AHM 124, AHM 160-163 are for students in the Medical Transcription MUSC 125 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC
Program option Intro to reading and writing music for non-majors. Builds musical knowledge and skills
to complement students’ natural music ability. Transfer class.
AHM 124 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION
1608 MUSC 125 01 5cr LB 1228 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM PALMER,B
6658 AHM 124 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
AHM 160 PROOFREADING AND EDITING MUSC 126 BEGINNING GROUP PIANO - 1ST QUARTER
6659 AHM 160 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF Formerly MUS 121
Laboratory course for the general student to develop technical proﬁciency and sight-
AHM 161 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION PRACTICE 1 reading skills. Transfer class.
6660 AHM 161 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
1609 MUSC 126 01 2cr LB 1228 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM BELL,T
AHM 162 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION PRACTICE 2 1615 MUSC 126 02 2cr LB 1228 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM BELL,T
6661 AHM 162 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
MUSC 127 BEGINNING GROUP PIANO - 2ND QUARTER
AHM 163 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION PRACTICE 3 Formerly MUS 122
6662 AHM 163 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF Class piano for students with previous keyboard experience. Prereq: MUSC 126 or
Module AHM 117 is for students in the Health Care Assistant Preparation Program MUS 121 or permission. Transfer class.
and Medical Fundamentals for Clinical Research Professionals Program. 1610 MUSC 127 01 2cr LB 1228 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM BELL,T
AHM 117 INTRODUCTION TO LAB AND CLINICAL SAFETY 1616 MUSC 127 02 2cr LB 1228 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM BELL,T
6664 AHM 117 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF MUSC 128 BEGINNING GROUP PIANO - 3RD QUARTER
Modules AHM 118, AHM 151-AHM 155 are for students in the Medical Fundamen- Formerly MUS 123
tals for Clinical Research Professionals Program option. Continuation of MUSC 127. Prereq: MUSC 127 or MUS 122 or permission. Transfer
AHM 118 INTRO TO PATIENT HISTORY MEDICAL RECORDS AND DOCUMENTATION class.
6665 AHM 118 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 1611 MUSC 128 01 2cr LB 1228 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM BELL,T
1617 MUSC 128 02 2cr LB 1228 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM BELL,T
AHM 151 OB/GYN/PEDIATRIC THEORY
6666 AHM 151 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF MUSC 140 COLLEGE CHOIR
AHM 152 THEORY OF EXAMS BY BODY SYSTEMS Musicianship, vocal techniques and performance skills for the large choral ensemble
through study of literature from all stylistic periods. Present one concert per quarter in
6667 AHM 152 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
various musical styles and cultures. Daily attendance required. Course may be repeated
AHM 153 THEORY OF MEDICATION CALCULATION AND ADMINISTRATION for up to 15 credits. Prereq: Ability to match pitch. Transfer class.
6668 AHM 153 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 1621 MUSC 140 01 5cr LB 1142 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM PALMER,B
AHM 154 EKG THEORY MUSC 154 SYMPHONIC BAND
6669 AHM 154 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF
Features the ﬁnest in Wind band literature, both contemporary and traditional. Mem-
AHM 155 PHLEBOTOMY THEORY bership by audition. Transfer class.
6670 AHM 155 03 1cr IB 1318 ARR ARR STAFF 1628 MUSC 154 01 2cr LB 1142 M 7:30PM-9:30PM ANDERSON
52 Academic Education
MUSC 204 HISTORY OF JAZZ MUSC 173 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION: BRASS
Traces the roots of jazz in America, through ﬁlms, lectures, recordings and live perfor- Sections 01 and 06 are trumpet. Section 02 is French horn. Section 03 is trombone.
mances. Includes Rag, New Orleans, New York, Chicago, Kansas City, the Big Band Section 04 is tuba/baritone. Section 05 is jazz trumpet. Transfer Class.
era, Blues, Be-bop, Hard Bop, the New Thing, Free Form, Electric and Fusion Styles. 1674 MUSC 173 01 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR ANDERSON
Transfer class. 1675 MUSC 173 02 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR PALMER
1630 MUSC 204 01 5cr LB 1141 MW 5:00PM-7:10PM RADKE 1676 MUSC 173 03 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR SCHULTZ
1677 MUSC 173 04 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR SCHULTZ
MUSC 221 GROUP PIANO - 4TH QUARTER 1678 MUSC 173 05 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR STAFF
Continuation of MUSC 128. Technique, repertoire and theory, with emphasis on clas- 1679 MUSC 173 06 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR GEORGE
sical compositions. Prereq: MUSC 128 or MUS 123 or permission. Transfer class.
MUSC 134 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION: WOODWINDS
1612 MUSC 221 01 2cr LB 1228 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM BELL,T
1618 MUSC 221 02 2cr LB 1228 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM BELL,T Section 01 is ﬂute. Section 02 is clarinet. Section 03 is saxophone. Section 04 is recorder.
MUSC 222 GROUP PIANO - 5TH QUARTER 1681 MUSC 134 01 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR JOLIVET
Continuation of MUSC 221. Prereq: MUSC 221 or permission. Transfer class. 1682 MUSC 134 02 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR STAFF
1613 MUSC 222 01 2cr LB 1228 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM BELL,T 1683 MUSC 134 03 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR STAFF
1619 MUSC 222 02 2cr LB 1228 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM BELL,T 1684 MUSC 134 04 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR STAFF
MUSC 223 GROUP PIANO - 6TH QUARTER MUSC 135 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION: PERCUSSION
Continuation of MUSC 222. Prereq: MUSC 222 or permission. Practicum in various Section 01 is Drum set, Timpani, Vibes, Marimba, Xylophone, Bells, Congas, Percus-
skills in music, such as tutorial assistant in piano theory, coaching vocal students or ap- sion (Classical, Jazz, Rock, World). Section 02 is Drum set ( Jazz, Latin and/or Rock).
prenticeship in use of electronic equipment. Transfer class. Section 03 is Drum set. Fees $220 for 1 credit. Prereq: Permission . Transfer Class.
1614 MUSC 223 01 2cr LB 1228 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM BELL,T 1686 MUSC 135 01 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR HARTMAN
1620 MUSC 223 02 2cr LB 1228 MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM BELL,T 1687 MUSC 135 02 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR VANNOY
1688 MUSC 135 03 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR GEORGE
MUSC 299 PRACTICUM IN MUSIC
Do research performance in an area of interest. Course structure determined by student
MUSC 138 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION: GUITAR
and instructor. Prereq: Permission. Transfer class. Section 01 is classical. Section 02 is jazz. Section 03 jazz, folk, pop, and/or rock.
1640 MUSC 299 01 1-5cr LB 0241 ARR ARR PALMER,B
1692 MUSC 138 01 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR CATFORD
Music Lessons, Individual 1693 MUSC 138 02 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR SAWYER
Students registering for these courses pay an additional fee for individual 1694 MUSC 138 03 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR CATFORD
lessons. Fees are $440 for 2 credits or $220 for 1 credit. This is payable when
MUSC 139 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION: HARP
enrolling for the class and is non-refundable. For more information, contact
the Arts, Humanities, and Adult Basic Education Division. May be retaken for Transfer Class.
credit. Prereq: instructor permission. 1696 MUSC 139 01 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR JAEGER
MUSC 130 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION SERIES
Sections 01,02,04 are Classical Voice. Section 03 is classical and/or jazz voice. Section
05 is Arranging. Section 06 is Composing/Improvising. Sections 07,08 are Theory. NANO 150 INTERNSHIP/PRACTICUM I
Transfer Class Hands-on training in nano/micro-fabrication facility. Complete a design and fabrication
1656 MUSC 130 01 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR MESLER project related to nana/micro-device and document and report on the project at the end
1657 MUSC 130 02 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR WHITE of course. Prereq: NANO 101, CHEM&121, CHE 101, PHYS&121 or PHY 101
1658 MUSC 130 03 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR SAMS or permission. Lab fee.
1659 MUSC 130 04 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR GRAYSON
2825 NANO 150 06 5cr ED 0844C Th 1:00PM-4:50PM AGNELLO
1660 MUSC 130 05 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR GEORGE
Also meets in ED 0843A Th 1:00PM-4:50PM
1661 MUSC 130 06 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR RICE
1662 MUSC 130 07 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR SAMS NANO 210 LABORATORY PROCEDURES AND QUALITY CONTROL
1663 MUSC 130 08 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR RICE Methodology and practices used in the nano/micro fabrication laboratory and produc-
MUSC 171 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION: PIANO tion environments. Data collection and analysis, experimental design, quality and pro-
cess control, cleanroom protocols, chemical hygiene, health and environmental impacts
Sections 01 is classical. Sections 02 and 04 are jazz. Transfer Class. of chemical waste and special considerations for nano material waste. Prereq: NANO
1664 MUSC 171 01 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR GANDOLFO 101, CHEM&121, or CHE 101 and MAT 109 or permission. Lab fee.
1665 MUSC 171 02 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR OLENDORF
2835 NANO 210 03 5cr ED 0844C MW 10:00AM-11:50AM FURUTANI, T
1667 MUSC 171 04 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR RICE
Also meets in IB 3406 W 10:00AM-11:50AM
MUSC 172 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION: STRINGS Also meets in ED 0844C Th 11:00AM-11:50AM
Section 01 is violin and viola. Section 02 is electric/jazz bass. Section 03 is cello. Section NANO 225 INTRO TO MICRO/NANOFABRICATION
04 is string bass. Transfer Class. 2845 NANO 225 02 5cr ED 0843A TTh 9:00AM-10:50AM AGNELLO/McQUAIDE
1669 MUSC 172 01 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR JOHNSON Also meets in ED 0843A F 8:00AM-9:50AM
1670 MUSC 172 02 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR CATFORD Also meets in ED 0844C F 8:00AM-10:50AM
1671 MUSC 172 03 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR FUNK
1672 MUSC 172 04 1-2cr IB 2407C ARR ARR ZADROZNY
Most current class listings are on the Web!
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule. www.northseattle.edu
Academic Education 53
Nursing LPN to RN Ladder Program
Division approval is required to enroll in the LPN to RN Ladder program.
Division approval is required to enroll in all nursing programs. Contact the
Contact the Health and Human Services Division at (206) 527-3790 for in-
Health and Human Services Division at (206) 527-3790 for information.
formation or go to http://www.northseattle.edu/health/rnladder/
Nursing Assistant-Certiﬁed Program First Quarter Courses
Division approval is required to enroll in the Nursing Assistant-Certified
program. See NUR 107 for information. NUR 223 ADVANCED NURSING SKILLS
6560 NUR 223 01 2cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
NUR 105 CPR AND FIRST AID FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
Provides support and instruction for ESL and Adult Basic Education students based on: NUR 225 FAMILY NURSING
American Red Cross (ARC) CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and Healthcare 6561 NUR 225 01 6cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
Provider; First Aid-Responding to Emergencies (or equivalent). NUR 231 FAMILY NURSING CLINICAL
6521 NUR 105 01 2cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF 6562 NUR 231 01 4cr OFF ARR ARR STAFF
6523 NUR 105 I2 2cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
I-Best Students Only-Permission Required Second Quarter Courses
NUR 107 NURSING ASSISTANT - CERTIFIED NUR 227 COMPLEX MEDICAL/SURGICAL-PSYCHIATRIC NURSING
6565 NUR 227 02 7.0cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
Information session required. Do not need to sign up in advance. Information sessions
are scheduled on 11/4 at 3 PM in room 1303, 11/10 at 6 PM in room 3327 and 11/23 NUR 228 COMPLEX NURSING MEDICAL/SURGICAL-PSYCHIATRIC CLINCIAL
at 10 AM in room 1303, all in Instruction Bldg. Questions: email@example.com or go PRACTICE
to http://www.northseattle.edu/health/nursing-assistant.htm 6566 NUR 228 02 5.0cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
6525 NUR 107 01 12cr IB 1308 MF 8:00PM-4:00PM JACK
Also meets in
6527 NUR 107 I2 12cr
Also meets in IB 1303 TWTh 9:00AM-1:00PM NTR 150 HUMAN NUTRITION
I-Best Students Only-Permission Required Relationship of nutrition to growth, development, health, physical and mental func-
tioning, nutrition sources, functions, interrelationships and requirements. Nutritional
NUR 110 BODY MECHANICS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS analysis software used. Computer literacy, ENGL& 101 or ENG 101 strongly recom-
For Nursing Assistants-Certiﬁed and other healthcare providers who lift, transfer, and mended. Transfer class.
position patients. This course gives the healthcare provider an understanding of the 2865 NTR 150 03 5cr ED 2841A DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM PETERSON
anatomy involved in back injuries, all aspects of proper techniques for lifting, transfer- 2875 NTR 150 05 5cr ED 2841A DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM PETERSON
ring, and positioning of patients, with a goal of prevention of injuries to the healthcare 2885 NTR 150 08 5cr ED 2841A MW 6:00PM-8:20PM STAFF
provider. Class starts 1/27/10 and ends on 3/3/10. Permission required. Contact 9531 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION LEARN
Kristin Distelhorst (206) 528-4561 or firstname.lastname@example.org 9533 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION LEARN
6529 NUR 110 01 1cr IB 1308 W 6:00PM-8:00PM ZEMKE 9535 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION STILSON
9537 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION LEARN
Please Note: Division approval is required to enroll in the Practical Nursing Oceanography
program. Contact the Health and Human Services Division at (206) 527-3790
for program information or http://www.northseattle.edu/health/pracnurs/
OCEA 100 SURVEY OF OCEANOGRAPHY
9539 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION JONES, G
Second Quarter Courses
NUR 118 CLINICAL NURSING SKILLS I Parent Education
6550 NUR 118 02 2cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF There are approximately 40 class sections of parent education affiliated with
a cooperative preschool program. Classes are for both parents and children.
NUR 127 MEDICAL/SURGICAL NURSING - CHILD/ADULT I Parents are involved in their child’s early education experience by participating
6551 NUR 127 02 6cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF once a week in a parent-operated cooperative preschool where they learn about
NUR 131 CLINICAL NURSING PRACTICE I typical behavior, stages of development, and child-rearing techniques. Parents
6552 NUR 131 02 3.5cr OFF ARR ARR STAFF also attend evening parent classes, have the ability to gain skills in leadership
and management through the operation of a self-supporting cooperative pre-
Fourth Quarter Courses school program and meet and work with other parents with same aged children.
A trained children’s teacher plans and carries out developmentally appropriate
NUR 126 LEGAL ASPECTS learning experiences for the children. These classes are 3 credits. Parents pay a
6554 NUR 126 04 1cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
monthly/quarterly lab fee for the children’s class to the autonomous preschool
NUR 133 FAMILY NURSING THEORY and a $36.00 quarterly tuition to the college. For more information (locations,
6555 NUR 133 04 3cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF registration contacts, openings), visit our web site http://coops.northseattle.
edu/ or call (206) 527-3783.
NUR 134 FAMILY NURSING CLINICAL
6556 NUR 134 04 1.5cr OFF ARR ARR STAFF
FAM 180 SPECIAL TOPICS FOR PARENTS OF YOUNG CHILDREN
9375 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION DONATO/LOOPER
NUR 139 SENIOR EXPERIENCE
6557 NUR 139 04 1cr OFF ARR ARR STAFF
NUR 154 INTRAVENOUS THERAPY SKILLS Most current class listings are on the Web!
This is not an independent IV class. Practical Nursing Program students only. www.northseattle.edu
6558 NUR 154 04 1cr ARR ARR ARR STAFF
54 Academic Education
FAM 197 PARENT EDUCATION: SPECIAL PROGRAMS
AVOID EMOTIONAL MELTDOWNS: Help Kids Deal with Disappointment.
Oﬀers the tools and techniques you need to help children cope, whether you are dealing Second course in the two-quarter I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and
with toddler tantrums or middle-school meltdowns. Class meets every other Wednes- Skills Training) certificate program.
day evening, January 27-April 7, 2010 oﬀ campus. Tuition is $24.00. For questions call AHE 119 INTRODUCTION TO PHLEBOTOMY II
Elizabeth Crary (206) 367-6425; to register call Health and Human Services Division
Provides theory of basic blood collection techniques and supervised blood collection
(206) 527-3783. For location go to http://parentingpress.com/location.
practice and a clinical externship of 120 hours. Prereq: AHE 118.
6469 FAM 197 69 2cr OC W 7:00PM-9:30PM CRARY
6517 AHE 119 02 7cr IB 1318 T 8:00AM-11:50AM GUIRL
Also meets in IB 1318 F 8:00AM-2:00PM
Pharmacy Technician 6519 AHE 119 I2 7cr IB 1318 T 8:00AM-11:50AM GUIRL/PALMER, M
Division approval is required to enroll in the Pharmacy Technician program. Also meets in IB 1318 F 8:00AM-2:00PM
Contact the Health and Human Services Division at (206) 527-3790 for in- I-Best Students Only-Permission Required
formation or go to http://www.northseattle.edu/health/phtech/.
Second Quarter Courses Physical Education
PHA 130 OVER THE COUNTER DRUGS A student enrolled in any Physical Education activity course will be presented
6530 PHA 130 02 2cr IB 1421 MW 9:00AM-9:50AM THORSTENSEN
with information pertaining to and relating to the subject taught. The student
will be expected to demonstrate knowledge of this information either through
PHA 140 STERILE PRODUCTS AND ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE I course activities, assignments, quizzes, and/or written examinations. For more
6531 PHA 140 02 2cr IB 1421 MW 1:05PM-2:20PM THORSTENSEN information go to http://www.northseattle.edu/pe/index.htm
PHA 145 PHARMACY ETHICS PEC 104 BEGINNING MARTIAL ARTS
6532 PHA 145 02 1cr IB 1421 M 2:30PM-3:20PM THORSTENSEN Instruction in practical self-defense techniques of Goju Ryu Karate-do. Learn and
practice knowledge, skills and philosophies of Karate. Fundamentals of stances, blocks,
PHA 150 PHARMACOLOGY I
strikes, kicks and movement, as well as oﬀensive and defensive strategies. Transfer
6533 PHA 150 02 3cr IB 1421 MW 10:00AM-11:15AM JONG
PHA 160 PHARMACY TECHNOLOGY I 6570 PEC 104 01 2cr WC 0827D MW 3:15PM-4:30PM GITTINS
6534 PHA 160 02 3cr ED 1841A MW 11:20AM-1:00PM THORSTENSEN
PEC 105 INTERMEDIATE MARTIAL ARTS
PHA 190 PHARMACY TECHNICIAN EXTERNSHIP Students will possess basic skills, having completed PEC 104 or rank up through green
6535 PHA 190 02 1-13cr OFF ARR ARR THORSTENSEN belt. Opportunity to work with all skill levels and adjust to the self-discipline and inter-
action of Goju Ryu Karate. Transfer class.
Philosophy 6571 PEC 105 01 2cr WC 0827D MW 3:15PM-4:30PM GITTINS
PHIL& 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY PEC 106 ADVANCED MARTIAL ARTS
Formerly PHI 100
Students will possess intermediate skills, having completed PEC 105 or rank up through
Intro to philosophical thought and issues, intellectual systems and writings of the great brown belt. Opportunity to work with all skill levels, to foster self-improvement and
philosophers. Covers the nature of philosophy, the meaning of knowledge, values, reality, appreciation of Karate. Transfer class.
and related subjects. Transfer class.
Students will possess basic skills, having completed PEC 104 or rank up through green
3315 PHIL& 101 02 5cr CC 3352 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM VISHNYAKOVA
belt. Opportunity to work with all skill levels and adjust to the self-discipline and inter-
9571 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION KERNS
action of Goju Ryu Karate. Transfer class.
PHIL&106 INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC 6572 PEC 106 01 2cr WC 0827D MW 3:15PM-4:30PM GITTINS
Formerly PHI 120 PEC 131 BEGINNING WEIGHT TRAINING
Principles of Aristotelian and symbolic logic, deductive argument and proof. Meaning
Using a variety of equipment, workouts include both individualized and instructor-
of language and its place in the reasoning process. Application of logic to other ﬁelds.
driven programs: super-set, pyramid and circuit training. Topics include safety, nutrition,
Fulﬁlls QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Transfer class.
supplementation, muscle anatomy. Transfer class.
3325 PHIL& 106 04 5cr CC 3352 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM VISHNYAKOVA
6573 PEC 131 01 2cr WC 0829B MWF 8:00AM-8:50AM BLODGETT
9573 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION WERRE
6574 PEC 131 02 2cr WC 0829B MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM BLODGETT
PHIL 111 INTRODUCTION TO BIOETHICS 6575 PEC 131 03 2cr WC 0829B TTh 11:30AM-12:45PM BLODGETT
9575 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION KERNS
PEC 132 INTERMEDIATE WEIGHT TRAINING
PHIL 220 ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS Prerequisites: prior experience and a working knowledge of weight training. Intermedi-
9577 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION KERNS ate workouts will include both individualized and instructor-driven programs. Activities
and lecture topics will be similar to those in PEC 131. Transfer class.
6576 PEC 132 01 2cr WC 0829B MWF 8:00AM-8:50AM BLODGETT
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule 6577 PEC 132 02 2cr WC 0829B MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM BLODGETT
and other key quater dates. 6578 PEC 132 03 2cr WC 0829B TTh 11:30AM-12:45PM BLODGETT
MUS 103 FIRST YEAR THEORY ON-CAMPUS LOCATIONS
course number course title AS: Arts & Science Building CC: College Center Building
1603 MUS 103 01 5cr LB 1142 MWF 9:00AM-9:50AM PALMER CH: Child Care Center IB: Instructional Building
item course no. sec credits bldg room day time instructor LB: Library OC: Off-Campus Building
Shaded descriptions indicate evening classes. TB: Technologies Building ED: Dr. Peter Ku Education Center
Academic Education 55
PEC 136 YOGA PEC 298 BALLROOM BASICS
Includes postures or asanas, breathing, meditation exercises for physical and mental Course includes an introduction to popular social dances, including salsa, swing, fox trot,
ﬁtness. Yoga is presented as a philosophy and an art form, with a number of poses and tango. Since enrollment cannot be predicted, students should be ready to practice
introduced, explained and practiced. Fee: $2.00 Transfer class. both “follow” and “lead” dancing roles. Transfer class.
6579 PEC 136 01 2cr WC 0827D MWF 8:00AM-8:50AM HILL, J 6592 PEC 298 02 1cr WC 0827D TTh 1:00PM-1:50PM STAFF
6580 PEC 136 02 2cr WC 0827D MWF 9:00AM-9:50AM HILL, J
6581 PEC 136 03 2cr WC 0827D MW 2:00PM-3:15PM HILL, J
PEC 298 YOGA PILATES
6582 PEC 136 04 2cr WC 0827D TTh 4:00PM-5:15PM HILL, J Selected activities structured to improve aerobic stamina, muscular Integrates compo-
nents of both Pilates matwork and yoga poses into a complete exercise program. Beneﬁts
PEC 150 BEGINNING PHYSICAL FITNESS include posture, strength, ﬂexibility, coordination, and balance improvements as well as
Create and execute individualized ﬁtness programs. Aerobic training developed through opportunities for breathing exercise and relaxation. Transfer class.
machines and/or walking, jogging; muscular strength and endurance training developed 6593 PEC 298 03 2cr WC 0827D TTh 2:00PM-3:15PM ROOT
through free weights and resistance machines; ﬂexibility developed through stretching
exercises. Transfer class. PEC 299 INDEPENDENT FITNESS
6583 PEC 150 01 2cr WC 0829B MW 1:00PM-2:15PM BLODGETT REQUIRED. Attendance at ﬁrst 1-3 weeks of class, during scheduled time, to develop
ﬁtness programs. Students pursue their program at Wellness Center during drop-in
PEC 151 INTERMEDIATE PHYSICAL FITNESS hours. PROPER ATTIRE AND SHOES ARE REQUIRED AT ALL SESSIONS.
Instruction in manipulating already-existing individualized ﬁtness programs to meet Transfer class.
personal goals. Emphasis on aerobic, muscular strength and endurance, and ﬂexibility 6594 PEC 299 01 2cr WC 0827A Sa 9:00AM-11:30AM CHRISTINE
training regimens. Transfer class.
6584 PEC 151 01 2cr WC 0829B MW 1:00PM-2:15PM BLODGETT Physics
PEC 155 FIRST AID AND PERSONAL SAFETY PHYS&121 GENERAL PHYSICS I
American Red Cross First Aid Basics and Community CPR (infant, child, adult). Formerly PHY 101
Additional instruction/certiﬁcation in advanced rescue skills and automated external
First of three non-calculus-based courses covering the ﬁeld of physics. Kinematics, vec-
deﬁbrillation. Fees:$8.00 for card/ supplies; $2.00 for advanced certiﬁcation. (*subject
tors, forces, dynamics, work, energy, momentum, torque and gravitation. Lab included.
to change) Transfer Class.
Fulﬁlls QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Prereq: MATH 098 with a 2.0 or higher.
6585 PEC 155 01 3cr WC 0827A MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM KAY Lab fee. Transfer class.
6586 PEC 155 02 3cr WC 0827A MW 1:00PM-2:15PM KAY
2905 PHYS& 121 02 5cr AS 1527 MW 10:00AM-10:50AM EYRES
PEC 162 STEP AND SCULPT Also meets in AS 1527 TTh 9:00AM-10:50AM
2911 PHYS& 121 06 5cr AS 1527 M 1:00PM-2:50PM EYRES
Designed for those with some/no previous step aerobics experience and those interested
Also meets in AS 1527 T 1:00PM-1:50PM
in gaining/maintaining overall ﬁtness levels. Workouts consist of warm-up, cardiovascu-
Also meets in AS 1627 W 1:00PM-1:50PM
lar workout, cool-down, strengthening, and ﬂexibility components. Transfer class.
Also meets in AS 1527 Th 1:00PM-2:50PM
6587 PEC 162 01 2cr WC 0827D MWF 1:00PM-1:50PM ROOT
PHYS&122 GENERAL PHYSICS II
PEC 165 BODY CONDITIONING
Formerly PHY 102
Emphasis on total body ﬂexibility and muscular ﬁtness through a variety of activities Continuation of PHYS& 121. Fluid mechanics, heat and temperature, an introduction
including resistance training (hand-held weights, resistance bands), Pilates, stretching. to thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism. Labs included. Prerequisite: PHYS&
Workouts are performed to music and will also include ﬁtness-related discussions. 121 or PHY 121 with a 2.0 or better. Lab fee. Transfer class.
2917 PHYS& 122 01 5cr AS 1527 MW 8:00AM-9:50AM EYRES
6588 PEC 165 01 2cr WC 0829F MWF 9:00AM-9:50AM ROOT
Also meets in AS 1527 TTh 8:00AM-8:50AM
PEC 170 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ DANCE 2923 PHYS& 122 08 5cr AS 1527 MW 6:00PM-8:50PM REID
Dance technique fundamentals and improvement of strength, ﬂexibility and anaerobic ca- PHYS&221 ENGINEERING PHYSICS I
pacity. Jazz style, borrowing from ballet and contemporary street dance, develops postural Formerly PHY 201
awareness and motor skills. Topics: terminology, safety, and nutrition. Transfer class.
Basic principles of classical mechanics-kinematics, Newton’s laws and the conversation
6589 PEC 170 01 2cr WC 0827D MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM PETERSON, L laws using calculus. Lab included. Fulﬁlls QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Prereq:
PEC 180 TOTAL BODY TRAINING MATH& 151 or MAT 124 with a 2.0 or higher and PHYS& 121 or PHY 101 or
equivalent. Lab fee. Transfer class.
Selected activities structured to improve aerobic stamina, muscular strength and
endurance, and ﬂexibility. Activities may include high-low and step aerobics, weight 2929 PHYS& 221 04 5cr AS 1527 MTWTh 11:00AM-11:50AM KOSS
Also meets in AS 1527 F 10:00AM-11:50AM
training/sculpting, kickboxing, yoga, Pilates, circuit training, etc. Transfer class.
6590 PEC 180 01 2cr WC 0827D MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM ROOT PHYS&222 ENGINEERING PHYSICS II
PEC 298 FITNESS: BACK TO BASICS Formerly PHY 202
Maxwell’s classical laws of electricity and magnetism developed from the study of the
Provides students of all ages, from all backgrounds with opportunity to improve ﬁtness
Laws of Coulomb, Ampere, Gauss and Faraday. Lab included. Fulﬁlls QSR requirement
through a variety of activities such as: weight training, circuit training, agility train-
for A.A. degree. Prereq: PHYS& 221 or PHY 201 and MATH& 152 or MAT 125.
ing, stretching, cardio training, and uniquely designed individual and group activities.
Lab fee. Transfer class.
2935 PHYS& 222 05 5cr AS 1527 MTThF 12:00PM-12:50PM ANDERSON, S
6591 PEC 298 01 2cr WC 0829B MWF 9:00AM-9:50AM CHRISTINE
Also meets in AS 1527 W 12:00PM-1:50PM
2941 PHYS& 222 06 5cr AS 1627 MTThF 1:00PM-1:50PM ANDERSON, S
Also meets in AS 1527 T 2:00PM-3:50PM
Most current class listings are on the Web! 2947 PHYS& 222 09 5cr AS 1527 TTh 6:00PM-8:50PM KOSS
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PSYC 210 PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
Political Science Intro to the study of personality and individual diﬀerences, including theory, measure-
POLS&101 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE ment, and research. Application of psychological principles to problems of everyday
Formerly POL 101 living. Transfer class.
Origin and development of U.S. and world governments. Structure and function of 3439 PSYC 210 04 5cr CC 3452 MWF 11:00AM-12:25PM HOLT
Congress, the Presidency and courts, civil liberties, political behavior and political par-
PSYC 230 HUMAN SEXUALITY
ties. Fulﬁlls Individuals/Society requirement. Foundation course for political sciences
9613 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ATKINS
studies. Transfer class.
9581 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION LANE PSYC 255 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
3457 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION GRINLEY
POLS&202 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
Formerly POL 102 PSYC 299 PSYCHOLOGY SEMINAR
3459 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES FOR INFORMATION GRINLEY
Origin and development of the U.S. government. Covers Colonial history, the Confed-
eracy and the creation of a federal system, the functions of Congress, the presidency, and
courts, interest groups, civil liberties, political parties and elections. Transfer class. Real Estate
3345 POLS& 202 05 5cr AS 1627 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM OLGUIN Prepares students to enter the commercial and residential real estate field in
3355 POLS& 202 08 5cr IB 3416 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM OLGUIN green and subtainable real estate brokerage management, property manage-
9585 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION LANE ment, appraisal, sales, finance, investment, home inspection, title insurance
9587 SEE INTEGRATED STUDIES & E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION LANE and/or escrow. All courses are approved by the WA Dept. of Licensing for
continuing education clock hours. For more information visit: http://north-
POLS&203 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS seattle.edu.res
Formerly POL 230
RES 100 REAL ESTATE FUNDAMENTALS
Intro to international and regional governmental organizations. Major issues in the
international arena including nationalism, rise of the Third World, imperialism, the Prepares students for the Washington State Real Estate Salesperson License Exam.
arms race, environmentalism, and foreign policy. Issues that foster or frustrate world Introduces sales and listing practices, ﬁnancing, appraising, title, escrow, and property
peace and prosperity. Fulﬁlls Global Studies requirement. Transfer class. management.(Fulﬁlls 60 DOL clock hours for licensing requirement.)
3365 POLS& 203 03 5cr IB 3316 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM OLGUIN 4500 RES 100 01 5cr IB 3315 TTh 1:10PM-3:15PM ADELSON
4501 RES 100 02N 5cr IB 3317 W 5:30PM-10:00PM ADELSON
Psychology RES 101 TECHNOLOGY FOR REAL ESTATE
PSYC&100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY Learn how to use Microsoft’s Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher and the Internet to cre-
ate marketing materials, manage your time and contacts, create spreadsheets to track or
Formerly PSY 110 analyze data, create professional letters, and use Internet resources speciﬁcally designed
Intro to the scientiﬁc study of human behavior, including learning and thinking, de- for today’s Real Estate Industry. Some experience using computers highly recommended.
velopment, perception, individual diﬀerences and development, the brain, social and (Fulﬁlls 50 DOL continuing education clock hours.)
abnormal behavior, personality, motivation, emotion and research methods. ENGL&
4502 RES 101 01 5cr IB 3404 MW 3:00PM-4:05PM CAMPBELL
101 recommended. Transfer class.
Also meets in IB 3316 MW 2:00PM-3:00PM
3405 PSYC& 100 02 5cr CC 3443 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM HOLT, B
3413 PSYC& 100 04 5cr IB 3416 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM STAFF RES 107 FORECLOSURES SHORT SALES AND MORTGAGE ELIMINATION
3417 PSYC& 100 09 5cr CC 3352 TTh 6:00PM-8:20PM HOLT, B Learn about the foreclosure process. Examine the legal issues professionals and investors
9601 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ATKINS should consider before being part of a foreclosure or short-sale/mortgage elimination.
9602 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION GRINLEY Fulﬁlls 10 DOL hours. Class meets: 03/13/10 – 03/20/10
PSYC&200 LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY 4505 RES 107 01 1cr IB 3413 Sa 8:30AM-1:00PM HAGAR
Formerly PSY 206 – Developmental Psychology RES 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
Survey of human physical, psychological, and social development from conception Gain knowledge in listing, selling and leasing investment properties. Learn how to estab-
through death. Major developmental theories, research and research methods of study- lish market value and return for investments in oﬃce buildings, apartments, shopping
ing life-span development. Prereq: PSYC& 100 or PSY 110. Transfer class. centers etc. (Fulﬁlls 30 DOL continuing education clock hours.)
3425 PSYC& 200 03 5cr CC 3343 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM STAFF
4507 RES 110 01N 3cr CC 3343 Th 5:45PM-8:45PM MAHONEY
3429 PSYC& 200 08 5cr CC 3352 MW 6:00PM-8:20PM MANSFIELD
9603 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION FINLEY RES 120 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES OF MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
9605 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION FINLEY Maintenance and repair for residential and commercial property. Learn to recognize
9607 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION VOORHIES maintenance problems and schedule preventative maintenance and repairs. Explore
PSYC 209 FUNDAMENTALS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH HVAC, rooﬁng, landscaping and janitorial services. Analyze maintenance and service
contracts. (Fulﬁlls 15 DOL continuing education clock hours.) Class meets: 03/05/10
Scientiﬁc method, hypothesis testing, and designs of qualitative and quantitative re-
search. Search and evaluation of research literature in psychology, descriptive statistical
analysis, fundamentals of scientiﬁc writing, ethical issues and cross-cultural consider- 4515 RES 120 01N 1.5cr IB 3413 F 5:45PM-10:25PM CORBELL
ations in psychological research. Includes a research project. Prereq: PSYC& 100 or RES 131 GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS
PSY 110. Computer lab fee.
Find out what and how environmentally friendly materials are used in construction proj-
3435 PSYC 209 06 5cr CC 3343 MWF 1:00PM-2:20PM VOORHIES ects, from reducing waste and recycling to using recycled and certiﬁed ﬁnish products.
Also meets in IB 3406 M 1:00PM-2:20PM Understand the environmental features of the products and processes used in green
building projects. Fulﬁlls 30 DOL clock hours. Class meets: 01/08/10 – 02/26/10
See page 22 for Final Exam Schedule 4517 RES 131 01N 3cr IB 3315 F 6:00PM-9:35PM OʼDAHL
and other key quater dates.
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RES 132 MARKETING, EDUCATION AND ETHICS IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Learn to effectively communicate with green clients and understand their needs.
Covers marketing green projects/traditional marketing strategies, utilization of new SCI 111 GEOLOGY FIELD DAY
technologies, creative approaches to reach demographic; basic education of clients, Intrigued by fossils and neat-looking rocks? Interested in ﬁnding out how these materials
ethical responsibilities. (Fulﬁlls 30 DOL continuing education clock hours.) Prereq: got here to this state? All-day ﬁeld trip to hunt fossils and rocks. See online schedule for
Recommend RES 130. Class meets: 01/09/10 – 02/13/10 dates of the two on campus meetings and ﬁeld trip. Lab fee. Transfer class.
4518 RES 132 01N 3cr IB 3317 Sa 8:30AM-12:45PM OʼDAHL 2955 SCI 111 08 1cr ARR ARR ARR FIGGE
RES 140 REAL ESTATE SALES AND PRACTICE
Washington State required course addresses the sales process: obtaining and servicing Service Learning
listings, qualifying the buyer, showing real property, negotiating and servicing the sale. SLN 101 SERVICE LEARNING AND LEADERSHIP
(Fulﬁlls 30 DOL continuing education clock hours.) Prequisites: RES 100, or RES
Furthering the mission of NSCC and its commitment to support the values of
110, or RES 210, (or concurrent enrollment in RES 210) or real estate experience or
citizenship, community, service, and leadership, this course will give students credit for
real estate licenses or by instructor permission.
serving our campus community and/or the community nearby in conjunction with
4520 RES 140 01N 3cr IB 3417 W 6:00PM-8:30PM ERICKSON class seminars that require reading, writing, and observation related to their service.
RES 150 RESIDENTIAL SALES AND LEASING DOCUMENTATION Transfer class.
Understanding Washington State real estate broker and agents practices, emphasiz- 1570 SLN 101 01 2-3cr CC 3443 T 3:00PM-4:15PM SMITH
ing agency law, contract, torts and revised Multiple Listing forms. (Fulﬁlls 15 DOL SLN 102 SERVICE LEARNING AND LEADERSHIP
continuing education clock hours.) Prerequisites: RES 100, or RES 110, or RES
Continuation of SLN 101. For students who have completed SLN 101. Transfer Class.
210 taken concurrently, or real estate license, or by instructor permission. Class meet
02/20/10 – 03/06/10 1571 SLN 102 01 2-3cr CC 3443 T 3:00PM-4:15PM SMITH
4525 RES 150 01 1.5cr IB 3413 Sa 8:10AM-1:00PM BOSSARD SLN 103 SERVICE LEARNING AND LEADERSHIP
RES 177 REAL ESTATE TAXES Continuation of SLN 102. For students who have completed both SLN 101 and SLN
102. Transfer Class.
Covers U.S. income taxes pertaining to real estate. Learn what constantly changing
federal income tax laws aﬀect residential, business, and investment properties. (Fulﬁlls 1572 SLN 103 01 2-3cr CC 3443 T 3:00PM-4:15PM SMITH
15 DOL continuing education clock hours.) Class meets 01/12/10 – 02/02/10
4527 RES 177 01N 1.5cr IB 3417 T 6:00PM-9:40PM HOPT Sociology
RES 183 BASIC APPRAISAL PROCEDURES SOC&101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
Revised to meet the January 1, 2008 Real Property Appraiser Qualiﬁcation Criteria. Formerly SOC 110 – Survey of Sociology
Presents methodologies used in valuation procedures. Understand property descriptions Social interaction and human behavior. Covers culture, socialization, deviance, sexuality.
for appraisal reporting. Learn to apply your knowledge to residential and commercial ap- Transfers as ﬁrst class in sociology. Transfer class.
praisal applications. (Fulﬁlls 30 DOL continuing education clock hours.) Prerequisites: 3515 SOC& 101 02 5cr CC 3452 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM KEETON
RES 180 or appraisal experience or instructor permission. 3525 SOC& 101 H3 5cr CC 3452 MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM ATKINS
4530 RES 183 01N 3cr IB 3417 Th 6:00PM-8:40PM ALBERTINI 9615 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ATKINS
RES 203 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT-COMMERCIAL SOC 230 HUMAN SEXUALITY
This course provides training in commercial property management. Discusses person- 9617 SEE E-LEARNING SECTION FOR INFORMATION ATKINS
nel policies, marketing, tenant management, property maintenance, security, collection,
lease provisions, and record keeping systems. (Fulﬁlls 30 DOL continuing education Spanish
SPAN 299 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN SPANISH
4532 RES 203 01N 3cr IB 3317 M 6:00PM-8:40PM CORBELL
Independent study of selected topics in Spanish arranged with instructor. Prereq:
RES 260 REAL ESTATE FINANCE-COMMERCIAL Permission and completion of ﬁrst and second year or equivalent.
Review diﬀerent sources and the methodologies for ﬁnancing commercial and invest- 1780 SPAN 299 01 1-5cr IB 2407A ARR ARR ZAHAJKO
ment properties including alternative ﬁnancing and the secondary market. (Fulﬁlls 20
DOL continuing education clock hours.) Prereq: RES 125 and RES 110 or RES 100,
SPAN&121 SPANISH I
or taken concurrently or real estate experience, or instructor permission. Class Meets: Formerly SPA 101 – Elementary
02/16/10 – 03/16/10 Covers fundamentals of grammar and syntax, oral and written exercises, pronunciation,
4535 RES 260 01N 1.5cr IB 3417 T 6:00AM-9:00AM BUHL
reading and conversation, and cultural aspects of Spanish-speaking countries. Requires
oral practice with tapes outside of class. For students who have not previously studied
RES 298 SPECIAL PROJECTS, INTERNSHIPS IN REAL ESTATE Spanish. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL& 101. Transfer class.
Provides advanced students with research opportunities or unpaid work experience in 1760 SPAN& 121 01 5cr IB 3426 DAILY 12:00PM-12:50PM BERNHARD
real estate applications parallel with those encountered in an actual job environment and 1761 SPAN& 121 02 5cr IB 3325 TTh 5:30PM-7:45PM STAFF
allows students to pursue independent study on special projects. Credits vary depending
on amount of work. (Fulﬁlls 20-60 DOL continuing education clock hours.) Students SPAN&122 SPANISH II
must have advanced level standing and instructor permission. Formerly SPA 102 – Elementary
4539 RES 298 01 1-6cr ARR ARR ARR ADELSON Continuation of SPAN& 121. Emphasizes pronunciation, oral and written communica-
tion. Prereq: SPAN& 121 or SPA 101 or permission. Transfer class.
1764 SPAN& 122 01 5cr IB 3325 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM ZAHAJKO
AS: Arts & Science Building CC: College Center Building
1766 SPAN& 122 02 5cr IB 3325 DAILY 10:00AM-10:50AM ZAHAJKO
CH: Child Care Center IB: Instructional Building
LB: Library OC: Off-Campus Building 1768 SPAN& 122 03 5cr IB 3325 DAILY 11:00AM-11:50AM ZAHAJKO
TB: Technologies Building ED: Dr. Peter Ku Education Center 1770 SPAN& 122 04 5cr IB 3426 MW 5:30PM-7:45PM JORDANTAYLOR
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SPAN&122 SPANISH II (Hybrid) DRMA 200 SPECIAL PROJECTS IN DRAMA
1774 SPAN& 122 H7 5cr IB 3327 Th 5:30PM-7:45PM RZHONDKOVSKY Individual student initiated and developed performances/projects under faculty supervi-
SPAN&222 SPANISH V sion. Prereq: Permission. Transfer class.
1170 DRMA 200 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
Formerly SPA 202 – Second Year
Continuation of SPAN& 221. Emphasis on the four aspects of language use: reading, DRMA 202 SPECIAL STUDIES
writing, listening and speaking through composition, oral presentation, and guest speak- Individual student projects/performance under faculty supervision. Prereq: instructor
ers. Prereq: SPAN& 221 or SPA 201 or permission. Transfer class. permission. Transfer class.
1778 SPAN& 222 01 5cr IB 3325 MW 5:30PM-7:45PM ZAHAJKO 1172 DRMA 202 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
Sustainability DRMA 211 THEATER MANAGEMENT
Special project course. Content, credit and expectations derived by discussion with
SUST 101 INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABILITY students, tailoring projects to student needs, instructor abilities, time frames, and depart-
An introduction to the concept and principles of sustainability, includes science, tech- ment activities. Prereq: Permission. Transfer class.
nology, economic, political and social factors. Placement into ENGL& 101 is strongly 1173 DRMA 211 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
2985 SUST 101 05 5cr IB 3416 MWF 12:00PM-1:20PM BARNDT
DRMA 221 ADVANCED ACTING
Examination of acting styles and techniques with emphasis on scene study and analysis in
Theater contemporary and classical drama. Prereq: DRMA 123 or permission. Transfer class.
1166 DRMA 221 01 5cr LB 1132 TTh 11:00AM-1:15PM NICHOLS
DRMA&101 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE
Formerly DRA 100 DRMA 222 ADVANCED ACTING
Intro to theatrical experience through play analysis, acting, directing, critique, stage and Continuation of DRMA 221. Prereq: DRMA 221 or permission. Transfer class.
costume design, with emphasis on theatre as a performance art. Transfer class. 1167 DRMA 222 01 5cr LB 1132 TTh 11:00AM-1:15PM NICHOLS
1158 DRMA& 101 01 5cr LB 1132 DAILY 9:00AM-9:50AM NICHOLS DRMA 223 ADVANCED ACTING
DRMA 108 REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE Continuation of DRMA 222. Emphasis on longer acting projects and monologue
Participation in rehearsal and performance process culminating in performance. Prereq: repertoire. Prereq: DRMA 222 or permission. Transfer class.
Concurrent enrollment in DRMA 121, 122, or 123. Audition or instructor permission. 1168 DRMA 223 01 5cr LB 1132 TTh 11:00AM-1:15PM NICHOLS
DRMA 224 PRODUCTION AND STAGE MANAGEMENT
1160 DRMA 108 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
Instructor permission required. Transfer Class.
DRMA 109 REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE 1174 DRMA 224 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
Application of theater skills through rehearsal, technical production and public perfor-
mance. Performance roles are through audition only, but students can also work on stage
DRMA 231 PROPS AND SOUND
production. Prereq: instruction permission only. Transfer Class. Transfer Class.
1161 DRMA 109 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS 1175 DRMA 231 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
DRMA 110 REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE DRMA 241 COSTUMING
Application of theater skills through rehearsal, technical production and public perfor- Transfer Class.
mance. Performance roles are through audition only, but students can also work on stage 1176 DRMA 241 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
production. Prereq: instructor permission only. Transfer Class.
DRMA 251 STAGE SCENERY
1162 DRMA 110 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
DRMA 121 ACTING 1177 DRMA 251 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
Theory and practice of acting fundamentals. Exercises in voice, movement, observation
and imagination, leading to script analysis. Culminates in scene study, production, and DRMA 261 STAGE LIGHTING
performance process. Recommended: DRMA& 101 or DRA 100 or DRMA 120. Transfer Class.
Transfer class. 1178 DRMA 261 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
1163 DRMA 121 01 5cr LB 1132 MWF 11:00AM-12:20PM NICHOLS
DRMA 271 ACTING
DRMA 122 ACTING Instructor permission required. Transfer Class.
Continuation of DRMA 121 with emphasis on characterization and further scene study. 1179 DRMA 271 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
May culminate in public performances. Prereq: DRMA 121. Transfer class.
DRMA 272 ACTING
1164 DRMA 122 01 5cr LB 1132 TTh 11:00AM-1:15PM NICHOLS
Instructor permission required. Transfer class.
DRMA 123 ACTING 1180 DRMA 272 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
Continuation of DRMA 122 with further emphasis on scene study, critical analysis,
and scoring scripts. May culminate in public performances. Prereq: DRMA 122. DRMA 273 ACTING
Transfer class. Instructor permission required. Transfer class.
1165 DRMA 123 01 5cr LB 1132 TTh 11:00AM-1:15PM NICHOLS 1181 DRMA 273 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
DRMA 281 DIRECTING
Most current class listings are on the Web! Instructor permission required. Transfer Class.
www.northseattle.edu 1182 DRMA 281 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS
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DRMA 298 INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS IN THEATER
Individual projects in set design, lighting, costuming, directing, house management, LEARN SOMETHING GREEN.
and acting, as determined by advanced Drama students and the Drama faculty. Prereq:
Advanced standing, permission. Transfer class. In 2008, NSCC signed the American College & University Presidents
1190 DRMA 298 01 1-5cr LB 1132 ARR ARR NICHOLS Climate Commitment. This program builds on the growing momentum for
leadership and action on climate change and provides a framework and
Tutoring support for Americaʼs colleges and universities to go climate neutral. The
EDU 200 PEER TUTORING Commitment recognizes the unique responsibility that institutions of higher
Training and/or experience in tutoring. General course about tutoring students in any
setting with experience in the math lab or the Loft Language Lab. Must interview with
education have as role models for their communities and in training the
the instructor and be recommended before registering for this course. Transfer Class. people who will develop the social, economic and technological solutions
1550 EDU 200 01 1-5cr LB 3234 ARR ARR TARKER to reverse global warming. Read more about the ACUPCC at http://www.
1552 EDU 200 02 1-5cr ED 1845B ARR ARR GOLDNER
Watch Technology As part of this effort, North is proud to present a year-long focus on
At the Watch Technology Institute you will study watch repair, theory, and Sustainability: Equity, Economics & Environment,
learn its practical applications. Faculty members have industry experience and
are WOSTEP certified trainers. The Watch Technology Institute is one of a looking at issues of sustainability or the environment from the point-of-view
few currently accredited programs in the U.S. that are partnered with Rolex of various disciplines. This initiative includes these winter quarter classes:
Watch USA and the Watchmakers of Switzerland Training and Educational
Program (WOSTEP). WTI@sccd.ctc.edu Environmental Issues & Problems (ENV 150)
HIN 121 WATCH TECHNOLOGY II: PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE The interactions between the human population and the environment,
emphasizing attitudes and actions necessary to maintain a healthy human-
Learn or review the math necessary to calculate formulas used in manufacturing and
watch repair to ﬁnd the length of mainsprings, calculate running time and beats per hour.
Learn to apply various polishing materials and techniques to master the manufacture
of small parts.
Survey of Oceanography (OCE 100) Fully online
The ocean in terms of physical, chemical, geological, and biological processes
5921 HIN 121 01 6cr IB 3420 DAILY 8:00AM-4:30PM ROLF
and human inﬂuence upon the ocean’s natural equilibrium processes.
HIN 122 WATCH TECHNOLOGY II: THE WATCHMAKERS LATHE
Students are introduced to the use, care and maintenance of specialty lathes. The ma- Introduction to Sustainability (SUST 101)
chines used are the watchmakers’ Turns, the Jacot and pivot polishing machine. Re-envision your future by exploring what it means to be a “sustainable”
society and develop creative solutions to our current environmental, social and
5922 HIN 122 01 6cr IB 3420 DAILY 8:00AM-4:30PM ROLF
HIN 123 WATCH TECHNOLOGY II: PRACTICUM
Apply the knowledge gained in HIN 121 and HIN 122. In a lab environment, practice Environment and Human Rights (PHIL 220)
manufacturing watch stems and pivoting. The ﬁrst WOSTEP intermediate exams will Examines the ethical principles and international human rights norms as
be taken. Further develop your skills of identiﬁcation and application of the appropriate applied to speciﬁc environmental and sustainability issues.
tools and equipment.
5923 HIN 123 01 10cr IB 3420 DAILY 8:00AM-4:30PM ROLF
Environmental Geology (GEOL&110)
Demonstrates geological aspects of human interactions with the environment,
HIN 221 WATCH TECHNOLOGY VI: PRECISION TIMING 2 speciﬁcally mitigating hazards from earthquakes, volcanoes and water and oil
Students continue the study of the theory and practical application of the principles extraction.
of precision timing.
5961 HIN 221 01 6cr IB 3319 DAILY 8:00AM-4:30PM GRESSETH Green Building Materials (RES 131)
Find out what and how environmentally friendly materials are used in
HIN 222 WATCH TECHNOLOGY VI: AUTOMATIC WATCHES construction projects, from reducing waste and recycling to using recycled and
This course introduces the various self-winding (automatic) mechanisms for watches. certiﬁed ﬁnish products.
Students practice testing, adjusting, disassembly and assembly of automatic mechanisms
and study the history and development of these mechanisms. “Hope in the Dark: Examples of Activism”
5962 HIN 222 01 6cr IB 3319 DAILY 8:00AM-4:30PM GRESSETH Coordinated Studies (C1)
HIN 223 WATCH TECHNOLOGY VI: PRACTICUM Examine past movements and current struggles to heal our world.
Apply the knowledge gained in HIN 221 and HIN 222. Practice repairing automatic
watches and continue working on precision timing. Further develop your skills of iden-
tiﬁcation and application of the appropriate tools and equipment. Important E-mail Address Information
5963 HIN 223 01 10cr IB 3319 DAILY 8:00AM-4:30PM GRESSETH E-mail alerts, reminders and general communication from NSCC
and the SCC District are primarily sent by e-mail (it’s sustainable and
Women Studies – eﬀective!) Students should keep their e-mail addresses up-to-date at all
times via the following link:
See Gender Studies Make sure you receive critical information about admissions, deadline
dates, registration, drops for non-payment, transfer credit evaluation,
graduation and more.
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