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Spring Semester, 2010




   A Tennessee Board of Regents College
                                             ABOUT WALTERS STATE
                                  MISSION                                                            As a comprehensive community college, Walters State
                                                                                                 provides leadership to a geographically large and rural service
    Walters State Community College is a public two-year                                         area. The college utilizes technologically supported delivery
higher education institution that is a component of the State                                    systems for the primary service area including the counties
University and Community College System of Tennessee                                             of Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock,
and is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents. The                                           Hawkins, Jefferson, Sevier, and Union and also offers Nurs-
mission of Walters State is consistent with the college’s                                        ing in Knox County as well as Public Safety throughout a
shared vision for guiding the college into the twenty-first                                      larger area of East Tennessee. The college’s management
century and the values expressed within the Campus Com-                                          system is designed to ensure the delivery of programs and
pact. Walters State is a comprehensive community college                                         services that meet the needs of individuals, business and
established to provide affordable, quality higher education                                      industry, and the community. Planning and assessment for
opportunities to the residents of upper East Tennessee. The                                      enhancing overall institutional effectiveness are incorporated
college offers programs of study which lead to the Associ-                                       in all instructional and administrative systems.
ate of Science, Associate of Arts, and Associate of Applied                                          For its students, Walters State maintains collaboration
Science degrees. A certificate of credit may be provided                                         with public schools and technology centers and articulation
for programs of study of one year or less; a certificate of                                      with colleges and universities to facilitate student transfer;
recognition may be awarded for non-credit programs and                                           provides general education and computer literacy skills
services. All degree programs are built upon a foundation                                        throughout the curriculum; offers technical education and
of general education courses.                                                                    liberal arts programs equipping graduates with knowledge
    Walters State provides university parallel programs that                                     and skills to function in an international marketplace; and
prepare students to transfer two years of college work;                                          provides competent faculty and staff committed to quality
business, technical education, health, and public safety                                         teaching and service.
programs that prepare students for immediate employment;                                             For business and industry, Walters State provides busi-
continuing education and community service programs for                                          ness, technical education, health, and public safety programs
individuals desiring professional growth or personal enrich-                                     and promotes technology transfer; educates employees
ment; public service programs in support of economic and                                         needing basic and technical skills; and utilizes partnerships,
community development; advanced and developmental                                                networks, and customized programs supporting the develop-
education programs for students with special academic                                            ment of competitive products, services, and operations.
needs; student development and leadership programs and                                               For the service area, Walters State assesses and
activities; and research and development activities applied                                      responds to changing community needs and provides op-
to institutional advancement. Throughout all programs, the                                       portunities for enhancing the quality of life throughout upper
college remains committed to the education of a non-racially                                     East Tennessee.
identifiable student body and promotes diversity and access
without regard to race, gender, religion, national origin, age,
disability, or veteran status.




Tennessee Board of Regents: The Hon. Phil Bredesen, Governor, Chairman (Ex Officio); Agenia Clark; John S. “Steve” Copeland; Gregory Duckett; Kenny Dunn, Faculty Regent;
Pamela Fansler; John Farris; The Hon. Ken Givens, Commissioner of Agriculture (Ex Officio); Judy Gooch; Jonas Kisber; Dr. Charles Manning, Chancellor; Fran Marcum; Paul Mont-
gomery; Sean Ochsenbein, Student Regent; Dr. Richard Rhoda, Executive Director, THEC (Ex Officio); Howard Roddy; J. Stanley Rogers; Robert P. Thomas; The Hon. Tim Webb,
Acting Commissioner of Education.
Walters State Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097:
telephone number 404-679-4501) to award Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Science in Teaching and Associate of Applied Science degrees.
Walters State Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or veteran status in provision of educational programs and
services or employment opportunities and benefits. This policy extends to both employment by and admission to the college. Walters State does not discriminate on the basis of race,
sex or disability in its education programs and activities pursuant to the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Inquiries and charges of violation concerning Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, ADA or the Age
Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) or any of the other above referenced policies should be directed to the Humans Resources Office at Walters State, 500 S. Davy Crockett
Pkwy., Morristown, TN 37813-6899. Requests for accommodation of a disability should be directed to the ADA Coordinator at the Office of Services for Individuals with Disabilities at
Walters State, 500 S. Davy Crockett Pkwy., Morristown, TN 37813-6899.
WSCC 00885-P-2-56500 Rev. 10/09                                                                                                                     10,000 copies • Lakeway Publishers



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                                   SPRING SEMESTER 2010
• All tuition/fees are due Friday, January 8, 4 p.m.
     •       UNPAID BALANCES MAY RESULT IN THE DELETION OF STUDENT’S CLASS
             SCHEDULE.


• Registrations completed January 9-13. Tuition/fees
  will be due Wednesday, January 13, 4 p.m.
     •       STUDENTS WITH UNPAID BALANCES MAY RESULT IN THE DELETION OF
             STUDENT’S CLASS SCHEDULE.

      FEES INCURRED JANUARY 14 - 21 ARE DUE BY
      4 P.M. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, AND WILL BE
     SUBJECT TO A $25 LATE CHARGE. THERE WILL BE
    NO NEW REGISTRATIONS OR ADDING OF CLASSES
          AFTER 4 P.M., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21.

Financial Aid
As of the date of the printing of this booklet, final policies concerning check distribution for
financial aid has not been approved. This information will be published at a later date.




  STUDENT LOAD:
  A student must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours to be considered a full-time student; however, to make progress toward an associate
  degree in two years, a student should enroll in 15-17 hours up to a maximum load of 21 hours per semester (hours beyond 21 hours requires
  special approval).
  NOTE: Students receiving Social Security or Veteran’s benefits should contact the appropriate office for specific guidelines.

  TO CHANGE MAJORS:
  Go to the Student Information Center, CCEN Room 118, and complete a form.



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    TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                            ACADEMIC
Mission Statement .................................................. 2                           CALENDAR
Academic Calendar ................................................ 4                             Spring Semester 2010
Notes to Students ................................................... 5       Nov. 9 - Jan. 21    STAR_NET System available for registration.
                                                                              November 9          Fee payment begins on all campuses. STAR_NET
Traffic and Parking Information .............................. 5                                  System available for Spring 2010 payments. Also,
                                                                                                  students may establish deferred payments.
How to Enroll .......................................................... 6    December 1          Begin mailing student bills. Students who register Nov.
                                                                                                  9 - Dec. 18 will receive a paper bill in the mail. Paper
Registration Information ......................................... 7                              bills will not be sent for any registration that occurs
                                                                                                  on Dec. 19 - Jan. 21. Electronic bills may be sent to
Registration Instructions ......................................... 8                             students’ STAR mail account.
                                                                              January 7           Readmissions Committee meets 9 a.m.
Grade Inquiry .......................................................... 9    January 7 - 13      STAR_NET System available for registration for new
                                                                                                  students and those students whose schedule was
Fee Assessment and Payment Information .......... 10                                              deleted for non-payment.
                                                                              January 8           Fee payment deadline for those students who reg-
Refund Information ............................................... 11                             istered Nov. 9 - Jan. 8 at 4 p.m.

Testing Information ............................................... 12        January 13          Fee payment deadline for students who registered/
                                                                                                  added courses Jan. 9 - 13 at 4 p.m.
Bookstore ............................................................. 13    January 14          CLASSES BEGIN
                                                                              January 14 - 21     STAR_NET System available for registration for new
Distance Education Opportunitites ....................... 14                                      students and those students whose schedule was
                                                                                                  deleted for non-payment. $25 Late Charge associ-
On Campus Courses ............................................ 15                                 ated with registrations done during this period.
                                                                              January 18          Martin Luther King Jr. Day (college closed)
Off Campus Courses ............................................ 26            January 21          Late registration/adding of additional courses ends.
                                                                                                  Fee payment deadline for those students who regis-
Regents On-Line Degree Courses ....................... 38                                         tered/added courses Jan. 14 - 21 at 4 p.m.
                                                                              January 29          Last day to file an application for May or August degree
Application for Admission ..................................... 41
                                                                              March 8 - 12        Spring Break - No Classes (college open)
Hepatitis B ............................................................ 45   March 26            Last day to drop a course or withdraw from college.
                                                                                                  Please note drop dates for individual session
Application for Readmission ................................. 46                                  courses on page 11. Last day for students to make
                                                                                                  up incomplete(s) grades from Fall semester 2009.

Transcript Request ............................................... 47         April 1             Last day for instructors to turn in grade change form
                                                                                                  to their division dean for incomplete grades given Fall
                                                                                                  semester 2009.
                                                                              April 2             Good Friday Holiday (college closed)
                                                                              April 21            Honors Day
                                                                              April 28            Spring classes end
                                                                              April 29 - May 5    Final examinations for Spring classes (Thurs. - Wed.)
                                                                              May 6               All grades loaded in Banner, 2 p.m.
                                                                              May 7               Nursing Pinning Ceremony, 7 p.m.
                                                                                                  Faculty grade verification sign sheet due in the student
                                                                                                  records office
                                                                              May 8               Commencement, 10 a.m.
                                                                                                  Student grades available through STAR_NET.




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                                                                            TRAFFIC AND PARKING
      NOTES TO STUDENTS                                                        INFORMATION
 ATTENDANCE                                                          Motor Vehicle Registration
 Students must attend the first day of class or                      • All motor vehicles used on campus must meet the registration require-
                                                                        ments of the State of Tennessee. The Board of Regents requires such
 contact the instructor prior to the first class if                     vehicles also be registered with the college. The annual registration
 they intend to remain in class. If this proce-                         period begins September 1 of each year and extends through August
 dure is not followed, the students may be                              31 of the following year.
                                                                     • A registration hang tag is issued which must be clearly displayed
 administratively dropped from the class, at                            on the rear view mirror of the vehicle registered. Any student
 the discretion of the instructor. Students who                         taking non-credit courses must obtain a permit through the office of
                                                                        Community and Economic Development, Room 100-CCEN. Students
 are withdrawn from classes under this policy                           enrolled for credit classes may obtain a registration hang tag from
 will receive a drop form marked “Attendance                            the Campus Police Department, located in the Information Center,
 Withdrawal”.                                                           upon presenting a valid I.D. card or current fee receipt. (Each student
                                                                        enrolled for credit classes will be assessed a campus access and
                                                                        security fee. The fee will be assessed each semester in conjunction
 FINANCIAL AID                                                          with maintenance and registration fees.)
                                                                     • Each student, faculty or staff member intending to operate one or
 As of the date of the printing of this booklet, final                  more vehicles on the campus must register each vehicle.
                                                                     • Registration information for each vehicle is to include the name,
 policies concerning check distribution for financial                   address, telephone and social security number of the registrant of
 aid has not been approved. This information will                       the vehicle, and the year, color, make, and license number of the
 be published at a later date.                                          vehicle.
                                                                     • Registration hang tags should be purchased during the regular
                                                                        registration process or in the Campus Police Department, any
 FEE WAIVERS / DISCOUNTS                                                time thereafter.
                                                                     • Outstanding and unpaid citations to the college must be cleared each
 Students who are eligible for fee waiver discounts                     semester to permit further course enrollment or transfer of official
 should turn in their completed form to the Busi-                       records
                                                                     .• Temporary parking permits are available for use on vehicles tempo-
 ness Office at the time of fee payment. Please                         rarily used in place of registered vehicles. These permits are available
 ensure that all forms are appropriately signed                         through the Campus Police Department. Temporary parking permits
 and approved on or after Nov. 1, 2009. Students                        should not exceed seven days.
                                                                     • Visitors permits. Visitors permits are available to persons not con-
 who use PC 191 or state employee fee waiver                            nected with the college who occasionally have business or other
 may not register until January 4.                                      legitimate reasons to be on campus. Visitor spaces are provided and
                                                                        designated by appropriate signs in front of the College Center.
                                                                     • Student requiring special parking privileges because of physical
 STUDENT ACTIVITIES                                                     disabilities should check with the college nurse in the Health Clinic,
                                                                        CCEN, Room 127. Upon receiving approval from the nurse, a special
 The student activity period for spring semester,                       permit may be obtained in the department of Services for Individuals
 2010 will be on Wednesdays from 12:30 - 2:15                           with Disabilities, CCEN, Room 210.
 p.m. If you wish to participate in extracurricular                  • Anyone trading or selling an automobile with a WSCC hang tag
                                                                        will be responsible for removing the hang tag and notifying the Cam-
 activities, do not schedule classes during this                        pus Police Department of the transfer. A new hang tag for any new
 time.                                                                  registration may be obtained in the Campus Police Department.
                                                                     • Change in license plates must be reported to the Campus Police
                                                                        Department within 72 hours of such change. Failure to do so may be
                                                                        grounds for revocation of parking privileges.
                                                                     • Illegible and damaged hang tags must be replaced. Failure to
               WSCC Campus Police                                       replace a damaged hang tag within 72 hours of notification will result
Pursuant to the provisions of the “College and University Security      in a citation. There is no charge for replacement.
Information Act”, Public Chapter No. 317, enacted by the 1989        • The acceptance of a parking hang tag by any person shall constitute
General Assembly, WSCC makes available crime rates and sta-             the acceptance of the responsibility to ensure that no vehicle owned
tistics as well as security policies and procedures to interested       or registered in his or her name is parked or operated in violation of
parties. If you wish to review or receive a copy, contact:              these regulations.
        Campus Police                                                Parking Regulations
        Walters State Community College
                                                                     • Students, faculty, and staff should park in the appropriate des-
        500 S. Davy Crockett Parkway
                                                                       ignated areas only.
        Morristown, Tennessee 37813-6899
        Telephone 423-585-6752                                       • Vehicles are not to be parked at any time in loading areas, in parking
                                                                       area entrances or so as to block roadways, fire lanes or the movement
                                                                       of any other vehicle, on sidewalks or campus lawns, or in places with
A summary of the Walters State Drug-Free Campus/Workplace
                                                                       signs indicating parking restrictions.
Policy, the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, and the campus
                                                                     • Vehicles illegally parked may be towed away at the owner’s ex-
crime statistics may be accessed through the web at www.ws.edu         pense.
(click on Admissions then Campus Policies/Statistics).



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                                         HOW TO ENROLL
                                             IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENT
Effective July 1, 1998, proof of immunization with two doses of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines, administered on or after
the first birthday, will be required for attendance. Students born prior to January 1, 1957 are exempt from this requirement. Fail-
ure to provide proof of immunization will place a hold flag or encumbrance on your academic record. YOU WILL NOT
BE PERMITTED TO REGISTER BEYOND YOUR FIRST SEMESTER UNTIL AN ACCEPTABLE FORM IS ON FILE IN THE
DEPARTMENT OF ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION SERVICES.


NEW STUDENTS: If you have never attended credit courses                RETURNING STUDENTS: If you attended fall semester,
at Walters State, you are classified as a new student. It is           2009, you are classified as a returning student.
strongly advisable that you complete the application pro-
cess several weeks prior to registration, especially if you            1.    Scheduling and Fee Payment
are interested in receiving financial aid. Please call now.                  Review the enclosed registration instructions, registration
                                                                             calendar, and fee payment calendar for the dates to register
1.    Application and Fee                                                    and pay fees.
      Complete a Walters State application form. To receive an
      application, call the Student Information Center at 423-318-
      2763 or toll-free 1-800-225-4770 or write the Department of      READMITTED STUDENTS: If your last semester of atten-
      Admissions, Walters State Community College, 500 South           dance was prior to fall semester, 2009, you are classified
      Davy Crockett Parkway, Morristown, Tennessee 37813-              as a readmitted student.
      6899.
      Submit the application with a one-time, non-refundable $10       1.    Application
      application fee.                                                       Readmitted students must reapply to reactivate their files. To
                                                                             receive an application, call the Student Information Center
2.    Transcripts                                                            at 423-318-2763 or toll-free 1-800-225-4770 or write the
                                                                             Admissions Office, Walters State Community College, 500
      Complete the transcript request form for your high school              South Davy Crockett Parkway, Morristown, Tennessee
      transcript and/or completion of the GED and submit with your           37813-6899.
      application form. Those of you who attended other colleges
      and universities should include a transcript request form with
      the application for each college or university attended.         2.    Transcripts
                                                                             If you have attended other colleges or universities since last
3.    Test Scores                                                            attending Walters State, you must complete the transcript
                                                                             request forms and submit them with your application form.
      If you are under 21 years of age, and required to complete
      either the ACT or SAT, you must have your scores sent
      directly to our Admissions Office by ACT or SAT. You are         3.    Test Scores
      subject to the college’s admission requirements that are               If you are under 21 years of age, you must have your ACT
      outlined in the college catalog.                                       scores (if not already on file) sent directly to our Admissions
                                                                             Office by ACT. You are subject to the college’s admission
4.    Class Scheduling and Fee Payment                                       requirements that are outlined in the college catalog.
      Review the enclosed registration calendar and fee payment
      calendar for the dates to register and pay fees.                 4.    Class Scheduling and Fee Payment
      First-time and transfer students may register for spring               Review the enclosed registration calendar and fee payment
      semester during the dates, as indicated in the Registration            calendar for the dates to register and pay fees.
      Calendar, provided that they have taken all appropriate tests          Readmitted students may register for spring semester during
      (COMPASS, ACT, SAT) and their admission file is complete               the dates, as indicated in the Registration Calendar, provided
      in the Admissions Office.                                              that their application and admission file is complete.
      Once a student is registered, their fees are due according             Once a student is registered, their fees are due according
      to the published fee payment deadlines. All fees must be               to the published fee payment deadlines. All fees must be
      paid in full for registration to be complete.                          paid in full for registration to be complete.




    FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE STUDENT INFORMATION CENTER, COLLEGE CENTER,
    ROOM 118 OR BY TELEPHONE AT 318-2763 OR TOLL-FREE 1-800-225-4770.

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                         REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                             REGISTRATION CALENDAR • SPRING, 2010
You must see your advisor prior to accessing the STAR_NET System. First-time students will be permitted to register by the
STAR_NET System ONLY after completing New Student Orientation ON CAMPUS OR ONLINE.
November 9      closed only for daily back-up       STAR_NET Registration
continuous      11:30 p.m. - 2 a.m.*
                *hours approximate                  OPENING DAY REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN AT 8 A.M.

                                                  LATE REGISTRATION
A $25 late fee will be assessed for the following registrations: You must see your advisor prior to accessing the STAR_NET
System for the first time.
January 14 - 21 Thurs. - Thurs.    until 4 p.m.            STAR_NET System
Any paperwork required (ex. application, readmission form) may be filled out in the admissions office between the hours of 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.,
Monday - Thursday and 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Friday.
*All fees must be received by the Business Office or Off-Campus Centers by 4 p.m. on January 21.

                                                       Drop/Add Procedures
Adding may be done through 4 p.m. on Thursday, January 21. Dropping will continue throughout the semester according to the dead-
line dates noted with the course. on page 11. Any additional fees incurred through drop/add must be received in the Business Office
of any campus centers by 4 p.m. on January 21. No adding may be done after January 21 at 4 p.m.


There will be no new registrations, adding of additional courses, or re-reg-
istrations due to deletion of schedule after 4 p.m., January 21. All financial
obligations must be cleared by that time, or you will not be permitted to
attend school for this semester.
REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL ALL FEES ARE PAID.
  THIS INCLUDES THE ADDING OF ADDITIONAL HOURS TO
                  YOUR SCHEDULE.



Eligibility for Deferment of Payment of Tuition and Fees by Certain Eligible Students Receiving U.S.
Department of Veterans Affairs or Other Governmentally Funded Educational Assistance Benefits
Service members, Veterans, and dependents of veterans who are eligible beneficiaries of U.S. Department of
Veterans Affairs education benefits or other governmentally funded educational assistance, subject to the con-
ditions and guidelines set forth in Tennessee Code Annotated 49-7-104 as amended, may elect, upon formal
application, to defer payment of required tuition and fees until the final day of the term for which the deferment
has been requested. Application for the deferment must be made no later than 14 days after the beginning of
the term, and the amount of the deferment shall not exceed the total monetary benefits to be received for the
term. Students who have been granted deferments are expected to make timely payments on their outstanding
tuition and fees balance once education benefits are being delivered, and eligibility for such deferment shall
terminate if the student fails to abide by any applicable rule or regulation, or to act in good faith in making timely
payments. This notice is published pursuant to Public Chapter 279, Acts of 2003, effective July 1, 2003.

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                               REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
            INFORMATION THAT WILL HELP YOU                                          When is Registration?
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!                                                              With STAR_NET, selection of class(es) is continuous once registration
                                                                                    begins. Remember, the earlier you select your class(es), the more
The timetable booklet contains the schedule of courses for spring,
                                                                                    likely you are to get the classes you want.
2010 including Evening and Distance Education courses. Please
read carefully the information pertaining to you.                                   When are Fees Paid?
Timetable Booklet: This booklet contains information in existence                   Please refer to pages 10 and 11 of this timetable for fee payment
at the time of publication. The college reserves the right to make                  options and due dates.
changes in cost, policies, and administrative procedures. Some
courses have special restrictions as noted in the timetable. Please                 Registration for New and Former Students Using STAR_NET
be aware of these requirements when you early register.                             Former students (not enrolled fall, 2009) must be readmitted by
Violations: Access to register for class(es) and to drop/add class(es)              completing the necessary paperwork in the Admissions Office.
is controlled by a personal PIN number and the student’s social se-
curity number. Unauthorized use of STAR_NET to alter or attempt to
alter another student’s PIN number may result in disciplinary actions,
including suspension or termination.




              REGISTER NOW                                                             • If you encounter any of these errors and need assistance, please
                                                                                         contact the Student Information Office at 423-585-2685.
                                                                                       • You can view a detailed schedule of registered classes, by clicking
           STAR_ NET (Web for Students)                                                  “Student Detail Schedule” on the main menu.

                     HOW TO USE                                                     TO PAY FEES IN FULL BY CREDIT CARD:
                                                                                       • Select “Student Account” from the “Student” menu.
              STAR_NET FOR REGISTRATION                                                • Click on “Account Detail for Term/Credit Card Payment” (Pay now).
                                                                                       • Please follow corresponding prompts and instructions.
TO ADD/DROP COURSES:
    •   Access STAR_NET through Walters State homepage at www.ws.edu                TO SET UP PAYMENT PLAN:
    •   Click on STAR_NET                                                              •   Select “Student Account” from the “Student” menu. ($25 sign up fee)
    •   Click                                                                          •   Click on “Set up deferred payment plan”.
    •   Enter user ID (either social security or issued W id) and pin (six-digit       •   Select appropriate term.
        date of birth) for initial access and click login                              •   Review account balance.
    •   Click on “Student and Financial Aid”                                           •   Click on the e-cashier logo.
    •   Click on “Registration”                                                        •   Read ALL information carefully. Follow the corresponding prompts
    •   Click on “Add or Drop Classes”                                                     and instructions. Failure to read the agreement does not constitute
    •   Select the appropriate term and click “Submit”                                     errors on WSCC.
    •   If you have any high school deficiencies or required developmental
        courses, they will be listed at the top of the page                         TO SEARCH FOR CLASSES:
    •   If you know the CRN for the course, you may enter the five-digit CRN           • On the main menu, click “Look Up Classes”
        in the “Add Classes Worksheet”                                                 • Select the appropriate term and click “Submit”
    •   If you need to search for available class sections, please see the             • You can select the appropriate subject and click “Class Search” and
        directions below                                                                 all sections of the course you selected will appear.
    •   Once the desired CRN(s) is listed in the worksheet, click “Submit              • You can also narrow down your search results by selecting a particular
        Changes”                                                                         campus, day, time, etc.
    •   You will either receive a “web registered” message meaning you have            • Keep in mind that the more search criteria you enter, the more narrow
        been registered in the course or any “Registration Add Errors” mes-              you results.
        sages meaning you have errors that need to be corrected. You may               • When the available class sections appear, you may click the “Select
        encounter the following errors:                                                  Box” on the left of the screen and click “Register” at the bottom of the
            • PREQ and TEST SCORE-ERROR - either the course you are                      page to try to register for that course or click “Add to Worksheet” and
              registering for has a pre-requisite or you are not eligible to take        the course will be added to the registration worksheet, but not attempt
              the course based on your test scores                                       to register you for the course.
            • DUPLICATE CRN - you have already registered for the course               • Once all desired CRNs are in the “Add Classes Worksheet”, click
              using the same CRN or another CRN assigned to that same                    “Submit” to register for the course.
              course
            • CRN DOES NOT EXIST - invalid CRN number
            • TIME CONFLICT - course you are trying to register for has a
              time conflict with another course you are already registered for
            • REPEAT GRADE RESTRICTION - you have already taken the
              course you are trying to register for and made an A or B in the
              course
            • SECTION CLOSED - class is full


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                                                                                  • When either adding or dropping a class, you must always use
                    STAR_NET                                                        the five digit CRN listed in the timetable.
                                                                                  • If you experience any problems using the STAR_NET System,
             (Save Time And Register)                                               please feel free to contact the Student Information Center at
    through the continuous registration system                                      1-800-225-4770 or 318-2763.
                                                                                  • You may pay fees any time after you register either in person
                    Begins November 9, 2009                                         in the Business Office of any campus between the hours of
                               Continuous                                           8 a.m. - 4 p.m., by mail, or by credit card using STAR_NET,
                                                                                    according to the fee payment dates on page 10.
       Closed only for daily backup 11:30 p.m. - 2 a.m.
                                                                                  • You may set up a deferred payment plan using STAR_NET.
              Access the Walters State home page at                                 For additional information, refer to Bursar’s webpage:
                          www.ws.edu                                                http://ws.edu/busoffice/bursar.asp.
                                                                                  • If you are on hold you must clear this before you will be per-
  • In order to access the STAR_NET System, you must first meet                     mitted to access the STAR_NET System.
    with your advisor. Your advisor is located in the department of
    your current major.
                                                                                    Hold                            To Clear
  • If a class is closed or a time conflict exists, choose an alternate
    class or try later because some other student may have dropped                  Admissions                      Student Information Center
    from this class. Your other alternative is to go back to the division
                                                                                                                    1-800-225-4770 / 423-318-2763
    of the class you wish to add for permission. You may or may not
    be allowed in that class.
                                                                                    Business Office                 Business Office, 423-585-2616

                                                                                    Financial Aid                   CCEN Room 212
                                                                                                                    1-800-225-4770 / 423-318-2763

                                                                                    Library                         Library, 423-585-6903

                                                                                    Academic Enrichment             CCEN Room 201, 423-585-6914

                                                                                    Campus Police                   Business Office, 423-585-2616

      Schedule of Final Examinations
          DAY CLASSES • SPRING SEMESTER, 2010
Final examinations begin on Thursday, April 29, 2010.
Regular Class Period
MW, MF, MWF CLASSES
                              Time of Examination
                                                                                           GRADE INQUIRY
7:45/8 a.m. - 8:55 a.m.       8 - 10 a.m., Friday, April 30
9:05 a.m. - 10 a.m.           8 - 10 a.m., Monday, May 3                                             To Obtain Grades for
10:10 a.m. - 11:05 a.m.
11:15 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.
                              8 - 10 a.m., Wednesday, May 5
                              10:15 a.m. -12:15 p.m., Monday, May 3                                 Spring Semester, 2010
12:20 p.m. - 1:15/1:45 p.m.
1:55 p.m. - 2:50/3:20 p.m.
                              10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., Friday, April 30
                              10:15 a.m. -12:15 p.m., Wednesday, May 5
                                                                                  Grades will not be mailed. They will be available to you
Classes beginning                                                                 by accessing the STAR_NET (www.ws.edu) System. You may ac-
between 2 - 4 p.m.            2:45 - 4:45 p.m., Wednesday, May 5                  cess the STAR_NET System starting May 8, 2010, Monday - Sunday
                                                                                  between the hours of 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
TR CLASSES
8 - 9:25 a.m.                 8 - 10 a.m., Tuesday, May 4                         All information listed on STAR_NET is printable, if you need a copy
9:35 - 11 a.m.                8 - 10 a.m., Thursday, April 29                     of your grades.
11:10 a.m. - 12:35 p.m.       10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., Thursday, April 29         * If you have any difficulty in obtaining your grades using the STAR_NET
12:45 - 2:10 p.m.             12:30 - 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 4
2:20 - 3:45 p.m.              12:30 - 2:30 p.m., Thursday, April 29               System, please feel free to contact the Student Information Office at
Classes beginning                                                                 1-800-225-4770 or 423-318-2763. All holds must be removed from
between 3 - 4 p.m.            2:45 - 4:45 p.m., Thursday, April 29                your record before you will be allowed access to either system.
                                   NOTES
1. Final examinations for evening classes (beginning from 4 p.m.) will be given
   during the examination week at the time the class normally meets.
2. Laboratory examinations will be scheduled by the instructor.
3. All examinations must be given during the examination period indicated by
   the regular class period time and day.
4. For classes offered at class times not listed above, please check with your
   instructor(s).



  Failure to read this timetable does not excuse students from the
  requirements and regulations stated herein.

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    FEE ASSESSMENT AND PAYMENT INFORMATION
                               Fee Payment Calendar • Spring Semester, 2010
    SPRING TUITION PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING NOVEMBER 9, 2009
          If you registered/added:                                      Fees are due by:                               Business Office Hours:
     November 9, 2009 - January 8, 2010                             January 8, 2010 at 4 p.m.                       Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.*
     January 9, 2010 - January 13, 2010                            January 13, 2010 at 4 p.m.                           Monday - 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
                                                                                                                       Tuesday, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                       Wednesday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
     January 14, 2010 - January 21, 2010                           January 21, 2010 at 4 p.m.                  Tuesday - Wednesday, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                      Thursday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

•    Students who register before December 18, 2009, will receive a paper bill       •    Failure to pay fees by the appropriate fee payment deadline listed above
     in the mail for their fees. Students who register or add classes on or after         may result in a student’s schedule being dropped.
     December 19 WILL NOT RECEIVE A PAPER BILL in the mail.                          •    A late fee of $25 will be assessed beginning January 14, 2010.
•    Beginning Spring 2010, students will begin to receive an electronic bill        •    Questions concerning the payment of fees should be directed to the
     (eBill) that will replace paper bills in the future. Electronic communication        college’s Business Office at 423-585-2616.
     will be sent to the students’ STAR mail address.
                                                                                     * The Business Office is closed for Thanksgiving, November 26-27, during
•    Cash, check, or money order payments may be made at any campus
                                                                                     the Christmas holidays from 4:30 p.m., December 23, 2009 until 8 a.m. on
     Business Office. Please contact off-campus sites for hours of operation.
                                                                                     January 4, 2010, and for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 18,
•    VISA, Mastercard, Discover or Debit Card payments can only be                   2010. The Business Office has extended hours Tuesday - Thursday, January
     processed via STAR_NET. Access STAR_NET through the WSCC                        5-7, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
     home page at www.ws.edu.

                                                                      Payment Options
1. Pay in full by cash/check/money order. Any campus Business Office may             4. Set up a deferred payment plan using a bank account number. $25 non-
   accept payments.                                                                     refundable fee. See instructions on page 8 of this timetable.
2. Pay in full by check/money order by mail. Payment must be received in             For additional information, refer to the Bursar’s webpage at http://ws.edu/
   time to apply payment to studetn’s account prior to appropriate fee pay-          busoffice/bursar.asp. Failure to read information in full does not constitute
   ment due date.                                                                    an error on Walters State Community. Address payment questions to the
3. Pay in full with debit/credit card. See instructions on page 8 of this time-      Morristown Campus Bursar’s Office, 423-585-2616.
   table.


                                                                               Fees
                                                                   Spring Semester, 2010
               IN-STATE TUITION - ALL STUDENTS                                       International Education Fee - $1 per semester hour to a maximum
2009-2010 Rates: $111 per credit hour up to 12 credit hours. $6 per                  of $12. International Education Fee is assessed to provide students
credit hour above 12 credit hours.                                                   with international experiences, international learning outcomes, applied
                                                                                     experiences, and celebrations of global diversity. This is subject to the
                   OUT-OF-STATE TUITION                                              same refund procedures as in-state and out-of-state tuition.
Non-residents of Tennessee pay out-of-state tuition, plus in-state                   Application Fee - A fee of $10 must accompany any application sub-
tuition and fees.                                                                    mitted to the college for credit courses. This fee is a one-time charge
2009-2010 Rates: $324 per credit hour up to 12 credit hours. $8 per                  and is not applicable to the registration fee. (Non-refundable)
credit hour above 12 credit hours.                                                   Special Course Fees are assessed for designated courses such
                                                                                     as music, police recruit training program, health/physical education,
             FEES APPLICABLE TO ALL STUDENTS                                         culinary arts, and RODP online courses. All Natural Science labs are
Access Fee - $2 per semester (Non-refundable)                                        assessed a $15 special course fee. Please contact the Business Of-
Activity Fee - $8 per semester (Non-refundable).                                     fice relative to specific fees. (Non-refundable). Review your “Student
                                                                                     Account” via STAR_NET.
Late Registration Fee - $25 (Non-refundable)
Technology Access Fee - $15 per semester hour to a maximum of
$112.50. The Technology Access Fee is assessed to provide a direct                       FEE WAIVERS / DISCOUNTS
benefit to students for items such as new and improved high technol-                     Students who are eligible for fee waivers/discounts may turn in their
ogy laboratories and classrooms, appropriate network and software,                       completed form to the Business Office of any campus at the time of
computer and other equipment, and technological improvements that                        fee payment. Please ensure that all forms are appropriately signed and
enhance instruction and learning outcomes. This is subject to the same                   approved on or after Nov. 1, 2009. Students who use PC 191 or state
refund procedures as in-state and out-of-state tuition.                                  employee exemptions may not register until January 4.

REMEMBER: PAYMENT OF ALL TUITION & FEES CONFIRMS YOUR SCHEDULE.
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                                                REFUND INFORMATION
Refund of tuition and fees are processed by the Business Office approximately two weeks after the corresponding
refund period ends. Refund checks are mailed to a student’s permanent address on file in the Admissions Office.
                                                                Spring 2010 Refund Dates
      Part of Term                                                          Part of Term          100% Refund             75% Refund              25% Refund             Last Day
                                      Description
       (Session)                                                               Dates              Period Ends               Period                  Period                to Drop
	           1	                          Full	term	                             Jan	14	-	May	7	          Jan	13	         Jan	14	-	Jan	27	        Jan	28	-	Feb	10	          26-Mar
	          1A	                   First	half	of	semester	                       Jan	14	-	Mar	5	          Jan	13	         Jan	14	-	Jan	19	        Jan	20	-	Jan	26	          17-Feb
	          1B	                 Second	half	of	semester	                        Mar	15	-	May	7	          Mar	14	         Mar	15	-	Mar	21	        Mar	22	-	Mar	28	          15-Apr
	          A1	            Cohort	3	-	College	Express	Block	1	                 Jan	14	-	Feb	11	          Jan	13	         Jan	14	-	Jan	17	        Jan	18	-	Jan	20	          2-Feb
	          A2	            Cohort	3	-	College	Express	Block	2	                 Feb	18	-	Mar	25	          Feb	17	         Feb	18	-	Feb	21	        Feb	22	-Feb	26	           15-Mar
	          A3	            Cohort	3	-	College	Express	Block	3		                 Apr	1	-	Apr	29	          Mar	31	          Apr	1	-	Apr	4	           Apr	5	-	Apr	7	          20-Apr
	          B1	                    Cohort	AST	Block	1	                          Jan	12	-	Feb	9	          12-Jan	         Jan	12	–	Jan	15	        Jan	16	–	Jan	18	           1-Feb
	          B2	                    Cohort	AST	Block	2	                         Feb	16	-	Mar	16	          15-Feb	         Feb	16	–	Feb	19	        Feb	20	–	Feb	24	           5-Mar
	          B3	                    Cohort	AST	Block	3	                         Mar	23	-	Apr	20	          22-Mar	         Mar	23	–	Mar	26	        Mar	27	–	Mar	29	           9-Apr
	          C1	             Cohort	Health	Programs	Block	1	                    Jan	12	-	Feb	25	          11-Jan	         Jan	12	-	Jan	17	        Jan	18	-	Jan	22	          11-Feb
	          C2	             Cohort	Health	Programs	Block	2	                      Mar	2	-	Apr	6	           1-Mar	          Mar	2	-	Mar	5	          Mar	6	-	Mar	10	          25-Mar
	          C3	             Cohort	Health	Programs	Block	3	                    Apr	13	-	May	11	          12-Apr	         Apr	13	–	Apr	15	        Apr	16	–	Apr	18	          30-Apr
	         DE1	                   DVS	Express	Block	1	                         Jan	19	-	Feb	16	          Jan	18	         Jan	19	–	Jan	22	        Jan	23	–	Jan	25	          8-Feb
	         DE2	                   DVS	Express	Block	2	                         Feb	23	-	Mar	30	          Feb	22	         Feb	23	–	Feb	26	        Feb	27	–	Mar	1	           19-Mar
	         DE3	                   DVS	Express	Block	3	                           Apr	6	-	May	4	           Apr	5	          Apr	6	–	Apr	9	         Apr	10	–	Apr	12	          26-Apr
	         DM1	                DVS	Express	Math	Block	1	                       Jan	14	-	Feb	25	          Jan	13	         Jan	14	–	Jan	18	        Jan	19	–	Jan	24	          10-Feb
	         DM2	                DVS	Express	Math	Block	2	                        Mar	5	-	Apr	29	           Mar	4	          Mar	4	–	Mar	6	         Mar	7	–	Mar	10	            9-Apr
	         DM3	                2nd	DVS	Exp	Math	Block	1	                        Jan	25	-	Mar	8	          Jan	24	         Jan	25	–	Jan	29	         Jan	30	–	Feb	4	          23-Feb
	         DM4	                2nd	DVS	Exp	Math	Block	2	                        Mar	15	-	May	3	          Mar	14	         Mar	15	–	Mar	20	        Mar	21	–	Mar	27		         16-Apr
	         DSP	                  Developmental	Studies	                         Jan	14	-	May	7	          Jan	13	         Jan	14	-	Jan	27	        Jan	28	-	Feb	10	          26-Mar
	         DU	             Dual	Enrollment	-	WSCC	full	term	                    Jan	14	-	May	7	          Jan	13	         Jan	14	-	Jan	27	        Jan	28	-	Feb	10	          26-Mar
	            	                 (Claiborne,	Greeneville)
	         DU1	             Dual	Enrollment	-	1st	half	of	sem	                  Jan	5	-	Mar	12	          Jan	4	          Jan	5	–	Jan	12	         Jan	13	–	Jan	21	          19-Feb
	         DU2	             Dual	Enrollment	-	2nd	half	of	sem		               Mar	13	-	May	26	           Mar	12	         Mar	13	–	Mar	21	        Mar	22	–	Mar	31	          3-May
	            	         (Hawkins,	Volunteer,	Jefferson,	Hancock)	
	         DU3	           Dual	Enrollment	-	Sevier	Co	1st	half	                 Jan	13	-	Mar	4	          Jan	12	         Jan	13	–	Jan	18	         Jan	19	–	Jan	25	         17-Feb
	         DU4	           Dual	Enrollment	-	Sevier	Co	2nd	half	               Mar	22	-	May	21	           Mar	21	         Mar	22	–	Mar	29	          Mar	30	–	Apr	5	         22-Apr
	         DUF	           Dull	Enrollment	Full	Term	(Grainger,																		Jan	5	-	May	26	           Jan	4	          Jan	5	–	Jan	21	         Jan	22	–	Feb	9	           9-Apr
	            	         Washburn,	Union,	Cosby,	Cherokee,	Hancock)
	         MR1	                  Math	Redesign	Block	1	                        Jan	14	-	Feb	16	          Jan	13	         Jan	14	–	Jan	17	        Jan	18	–	Jan	22	           5-Feb
	         MR2	                  Math	Redesign	Block	2	                        Feb	17	-	Mar	26	          Feb	16	         Feb	17	–	Feb	21	        Feb	22	–	Feb	26	          15-Mar
	         MR3	                  Math	Redesign	Block	3	                        Mar	29	-	Apr	29	          Mar	29	          Mar	29	–	Apr	1	          Apr	2	–	Apr	6	          19-Apr
	         SP1	                Special	Education	Block	1	                       Jan	11	-	Feb	8	          Jan	10	         Jan	11	-	Jan	14	        Jan	15	-	Jan	17	          26-Jan
	         SP2	                Special	Education	Block	2	                      Feb	15	-	Mar	15	          Feb	14	         Feb	15	-	Feb	18	        Feb	19	-	Feb	17	           2-Mar
	         SP3	                Special	Education	Block	3	                      Mar	22	-	Apr	19	          Mar	21	         Mar	22	-	Mar	25	        Mar	26	-	Mar	28	           6-Apr
	         SP4	                Special	Education	Block	4	                      Apr	26	-	May	24	          Apr	25	          Apr	26	-	Apr	29	        Apr	30	-	May	2	          11-May
	        RODP	             Regents	on-line	degree	program	                     Jan	14	-	May	7	          Jan	13	         Jan	14	-	Jan	27	        Jan	28	-	Feb	10	          26-Mar
	         PA1	                Police	Academy	1	-	spring	                      Jan	25	-	Mar	19	          Jan	24	         Jan	25	–	Jan	31	         Feb	1	–	Feb	7	           26-Feb
	         PA2	                Police	Academy	2	-	spring	                       Apr	5	-	May	28	           Apr	4	          Apr	5	–	Apr	11	        Apr	12	–	Apr	18	          7-May

NOTE: Only In-State Tuition, Technology Access Fee, International                                        5. Course(s) dropped or student withdrawals occurring on or after the official
Education Fee, and Out-of-State Tuition are Refundable Fees.                                                start dates of the semester may result in an adjusted cost. See chart
                                                                                                            above for refund dates and deadlines.
Refunds occur when a student drops a course or courses which result in an adjusted                       6. Costs are re-calculated based on adjusted enrollment:
cost associated with the course(s) dropped. Fees which may be adjusted are in-state                         a. Courses currently enrolled are charged 100% for all required costs
tuition, technology access fee, international education fee, and out-of-state tuition.                           plus
I.       Situations which may result in an adjusted cost and a corresponding                                b. 25% or 75% of costs associated with course(s) dropped and the
         refund:                                                                                                 dates the course(s) were dropped.
         1. Dropping a course(s) which results in a class load of fewer hours and                                     - 75% refund period: charged 25% of costs of dropped courses
             results in a lower cost.                                                                                 - 25% refund period: charged 75% of costs of dropped courses
         2. Withdrawing from the college.                                                                7. A refund is the difference between the cost of originally enrolled hours
         3. Cancelled classes by WSCC. Not subject to prior notification.                                   and the adjusted cost as calculated in #6 above.
         4. Called to active military duty or National Guard service during the term.                    8. Refunds will only occur if the newly re-calculated costs are less than the
         5. Death of a student during the term.                                                             original charges/costs.
II.      Fee adjustment calculation (cost adjustments):                                                  9. Not all drops/withdrawals will result in a fee adjustment.
         1. Fees are adjusted 100% up to the first day of the semester.                          III. Swapping courses on or after the official start date of the semester may
         2. Fees are adjusted 100% due to cancelled classes.                                          result in additional penalties being charged to a students account for
         3. Fees are adjusted 100% due to withdrawals as a result of being called                     non-refundable fees.
             to active military duty or National Guard service during the term.                  Remember ALL fees are NON-REFUNDABLE except in-state tuition, technology
         4. Fees are adjusted 100% due the death of a student during the term.                   access fee, international education fee, and out-of-state tuition.



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                                   TESTING INFORMATION
Academic Assessment and Placement                                                Testing Calendar - Spring 2010
In compliance with the Tennessee Board of Regents policies, the fol-       *ACT (American College Test)
lowing requirements apply to first-time regularly admitted students:          January 6             Wednesday           9 a.m.
Entering degree seeking students with a regular high school                   March 10              Wednesday           9 a.m.
diploma under 21 years of age are required to submit valid ACT/SAT
                                                                              May 12                Wednesday           9 a.m.
scores prior to registration. Valid ACT/SAT scores are those that are
less than three (3) years old by the first day of classes. If you have        August 4              Wednesday           9 a.m.
not taken the ACT/SAT test battery, contact the Counseling and             *ACT test fee - $40     Photo I.D. required for identification
Testing CENTER. If you have taken the ACT/SAT but did not have             NOTE: All students must make test registration arrangements in ad-
your scores sent to Walters State Community College, contact the           vance for the ACT and the COMPASS examinations. Register either
Department of Admissions.                                                  through the Information Center at 1-800-225-4770 or the Counseling
No minimum ACT/SAT score is required for acceptance to Walters             and Testing office at 423-585-6800. All students need to complete an
State Community College. Students with valid ACT/SAT scores equal          application to enroll at WSCC before scheduling the ACT Residual
to a minimum of 19 on the English, Math, and Reading sections              or COMPASS examinations.
will be excused from placement. Test scores are required as initial
assessment for academic placement.                                         **COMPASS
Assessment is required for:                                                (Computerized Placement and Assessment System Support)
1. All first-time degree seeking freshmen over 21 years of age who         Compass testing for individuals seeking enrollment in the Spring 2010
     do not choose to take the ACT/SAT examination.                        term will be available beginning October 1, 2009 through January
2. All first-time degree seeking freshmen entering on the basis of GED     2010. Testing will be scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday, or Friday.
     credentials who do not choose to take the ACT/SAT examination.        Contact the Counseling and Testing Center to schedule an exam by
3. International students submitting ACT/SAT scores below the mini-        telephone at 423-585-6800 or access the Center’s website at www.
     mum required or choosing not to take the ACT/SAT examination.         ws.edu/calendar/testing/default.asp
4. Transfer students without college level English composition or          **No fee for COMPASS test, except in cases of a retest or a place-
     college level algebra-based mathematics credit who do not have        ment challenge, a $10 fee is charged.
     valid minimum ACT/SAT scores.
5. Non-degree seeking students that do not have valid minimum ACT/
     SAT scores interested in taking a college level English composition   NOTE: All off-campus testing dates, times and registration
     or college level algebra-based mathematics must be assessed in        for Sevier, Greene and Claiborne sites will be available on the
     the appropriate area.                                                 Counseling and Testing Center website: www.ws.edu/calendar/
                                                                           testing/default.asp. Students are off-campus sites may also call
                                                                           423-585-6800 to schedule the following testing dates:
                                                                           GREENEVILLE/GREENE COUNTY CENTER
                                                                              Nov. 10, 2009    Tues.       1 p.m.
             General Education Test                                           Jan. 12, 2010    Tues.       1 p.m.
(Required for All Students Completing Degree Requirements)                    April 13, 2010   Tues.       1 p.m.
The State of Tennessee requires a general education exit exam for all
                                                                           SEVIER COUNTY CAMPUS
Walters State students completing Associate degree requirements.              Nov. 16, 2009    Mon.                      1 p.m.
                                                                              Jan. 11, 2010    Mon.                      1 p.m.
Feb. 22     Mon.      10 a.m. & 2 p.m.      Morristown                        April 12, 2010   Mon.                      1 p.m.
Feb. 22     Mon.      1 p.m.                Sevier Co. Campus
Feb. 23     Tues.     10 a.m., 2 & 4 p.m.   Morristown                     CLAIBORNE COUNTY CENTER
Feb. 23     Tues.     1 p.m.                Greeneville/Greene Co.            By appointment, call 423-626-2712.
                                            Campus
Feb. 24     Wed.      3 p.m.                Claiborne Co. Center
                                            (subject to availability)
Feb. 25     Thurs.    10 a.m., 2 & 4 p.m. Morristown
Feb. 26     Fri.      9 a.m. & Noon         Morristown
Mar. 2      Tues.     9 a.m., Noon & 3 p.m. Morristown
Mar. 3      Wed.      9 a.m., Noon & 3 p.m. Morristown
Mar. 5      Fri.      9 a.m. & Noon         Morristown

NOTE: All test dates may be scheduled by contacting the Counseling
and Testing Center or through the testing center website at:
www.ws.edu/calendar/testing/default.asp.




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                                                  BOOKSTORE
            ON-CAMPUS HOURS                                                                 BUYBACK
                    Regular Hours                                 Buybacks are done in the Bookstore at the Morristown Campus.
         8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday                    Buybacks can be done at any time the store is open. An official ID
                                                                  (i.e Tennessee Driver’s License or Identification Card) is required
                   Extended Hours                                 for all Buybacks. The best time for Buyback is always at the end of
            January 11 - 14…..8 a.m. - 6 p.m.                     each semester.

              January 15…..8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
                                                                                      Off-Campus Buyback
  January 18.....Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day                 Tazewell - WSCE.....Monday, December 14, 3:30-6 p.m.
            January 19 - 21.....8 a.m. - 6 p.m.                      Greeneville - WSGC.....Tuesday, December 15, 3:30 - 6 p.m.
                                                                     Sevierville - MMH.....Wednesday, December 16, 2:30-6 p.m.


            OFF-CAMPUS HOURS                                                                REFUNDS
                                                                  • A Full Refund for textbooks will be given at the Morristown Campus
   Sevierville-MMH…..Wednesday, January 6, 1- 6 p.m.              through January 21, 2010.
Greeneville-WSGC…..Saturday, January 9, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.          • No Refunds will be given without a receipt.
                                                                  • Textbooks must come back in the condition that they left.
   *New Tazewell-Order through Claiborne Co. Center*

                                                                                     ONLINE ORDERING
                                                                     Textbooks can be ordered at the Bookstore website:
                                                                                   wscc.bncollege.com
                                                                                 www.whywaitforbooks.com
                                                                  For a limited amount of time, books can be pre-ordered for pick-
                                                                  up when we are at the off-campus locations. The textbooks can be
                                                                  shipped to your home or picked up at the Morristown Campus Book-
                                                                  store.


                                                                                    STUDENT CHARGES
                                                                  Student charges must be made by 4 p.m. February 19, 2010. Student
                                                                  charges consist of Vocational Rehabilitation, Veterans Rehabilitation,
                                                                  TRA and WIA.




                                 GET READY!
                  We are SLATED for Success at Walters State!
                                • What is SLATED for Success?
                                  It is the theme of our Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) to improve student learning. We will use
                                  this plan as part of our reaffirmation of accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges
                                  and Schools (SACS).

                                • What does SLATED mean?
                                  SLATED stands for Student Learning and Teaching Effectiveness Development.

                                • Who is SLATED for Success?
                                  WSCC students, faculty, and staff are SLATED to join together and improve student learning by
                                  understanding HOW we learn!

                                        QEP: SLATED for Success
                        Watch for special WSCC activities to provide more details!

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     Interested in learning at your convenience; earning college
     credit; learning for personal enjoyment?

     Try Distance Education!
                                   DISTANCE EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES
Walters State offers learning opportunities for students who may not wish to travel to the Morristown campus for all classes. Sev-
eral types of distance learning opportunities - video streaming courses, Walters State web based courses, hybrid courses
and regents online degree programs (RODP) courses are offered this semester. For more information about these distance-
learning opportunities, please come by the Office of Distance Education in room 108 of the College Center, or call 585-6899.

COLLEGE EXPRESS                                                                  HYBRID COURSES
College Express is a fast-track, alternative delivery program. Students          Hybrid courses combine traditional on-ground classes with web classes
may complete an Associate of Science Degree in General Studies, As-              by dividing class time between traditional and online instruction. Students
sociate of Science in Teaching (AST) in 24 months, and complete the              may utilize home computers or computer labs available on each Walters
general education requirements for Health Programs in 12 months by               State campus to access instruction and to submit assignments. Hybrid
attending class one night a week. Classes are scheduled in block format.         classes are good choices for students who need to limit the number of
For more information, please contact Connie Earls at 423-585-6938 or             trips to campus, but who also like having some face-to-face contact with
Linda Roberts at 423-585-2611.                                                   classmates and the instructor. These classes are defined with a sec-
                                                                                 tion number of H11-H94.
DVS EXPRESS
DVS Express is a fast-track, alternative delivery program. Students may          TELECOURSES
complete developmental course requirements attending at night. Class-            Telecourses provide students with an opportunity to complete a signifi-
es are scheduled in a block schedule format. Please see the appropri-            cant portion of required course work outside of the classroom setting.
ate section in the Timetable for DSPM-Math, DSPR-Reading, DSPW-                  Some of these courses meet only four or five times a semester; however,
Writing, and DSPS-Learning Strategies. For more information, please              some lab experience courses may require additional class meetings. The
contact Connie Earls at 423-585-6938 or Linda Roberts at 423-585-2611.           basic components of a telecourse include a series of video programs, a
                                                                                 textbook and possibly a study guide. During class meetings, telelearn-
VIDEO STREAMING COURSES                                                          ing is reinforced with lectures, discussions, laboratory experiences and
Live Video Streaming                                                             course examinations. Tele courses are defined with a section number
Live Video Streaming courses follow traditional class meeting schedules,         T11-T94.
while providing students the opportunity to attend class sessions at one
of three satellite centers (Greeneville, Sevierville, and New Tazewell) or
at the Morristown campus. Students at the distance locations can see
                                                                                 REGENTS ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS
and interact with the instructor and students at other sites via the Internet.   (RODP) COURSES
Live video streaming courses are good choices for students who                   Regents Online Degree Programs (RODP) courses are offered as part
may be unable to travel to the main campus for a particular course.              of the regents on-line degree program. Students interested in these
These classes are defined with a section number of V11-V94.                      courses should contact Vicky Marshall at 423-585-6800 or 1-800-225-
                                                                                 4770 (option 3). Students can also obtain information concerning this
Video on Demand                                                                  program at the Walters State RODP website: www.tn.regentsdegrees.
Video on Demand classes allow students to log onto taped classes at a            org/campus/wscc/ Please be advised that separate fees will be assessed
Walters State campus at a time different than the live scheduled class           for students enrolling in these courses. In addition to the fees assessed
meeting time and interact with the instructor and other students through         for the classes, there will be a course delivery fee of $44 per credit hour
email. On demand video streaming courses are good choices for                    (based on current rate). Out-of-state students must pay out-of-state tu-
students who may be unable to travel to a campus regularly for a                 ition in addition to the regular maintenance fee. Please note that UNDER
particular course.                                                               CURRENT VETERANS ADMINISTRATION REGULATIONS, NO WEB
                                                                                 BASED DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES COURSE MAY BE CERTIFIED
WALTERS STATE WEB BASED COURSES
                                                                                 FOR BENEFITS PURPOSES. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE
Web based courses offer students the opportunity to complete all or
                                                                                 CONTACT MR. JIM WILDER IN THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE. These
part of the work for a particular course via the Internet. These courses
                                                                                 classes are defined with a section number of R50. RODP registra-
may follow a modified traditional class schedule or may meet only at
                                                                                 tion is November 9 - January 12. RODP classes begin on January
selected times throughout the semester. To complete all requirements
                                                                                 14. Final Exams are April 30 - May 6. A listing of RODP courses of-
for these courses students must be able to access the Internet. Students
                                                                                 fered this semester is on page 43 of the Timetable.
may access the Internet on their own or through computer facilities at
the college’s library on the Morristown campus or at the satellite cam-          100% refund ends on Wednesday, January 13
puses in Greeneville, Sevierville, and New Tazewell. The college is not          75% refund period - January 14 - January 27 (25% charge for all
responsible for obtaining or maintaining students’ individual equipment            courses dropped)
or software necessary for accessing the Internet. Web based classes              25% refund period - January 28 - February 10 (75% charge for all
are good choices for self-starting and self-motivated students. Classes            courses dropped)
that are offered via the internet are defined with a section number              NOTE: Refund policies outlined in Timetable, page 11.
of W11-W94.



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                                  ON CAMPUS COURSES
    BLDG/ROOM:                                                                            Day class is offered:            SECTION NUMBERS:
    CCEN - College Center (Main)                  ACAD - Cates Cutshall Hall (Sevier)     M - Monday                       H11-H94 - Hybrid Course
    HUM - Humanities (Main)                       CAPE - Conner Short Center (Sevier)     T - Tuesday                      T11-T91 - Telecourse
    MBSS - Mathematics &                          MMH - Maples Marshall Hall (Sevier)     W - Wednesday                    V11-V94 - Video Streaming Course
     Behavior/Social Science (Main)                                                       R - Thursday                     W11-W94 - WSCC Web-based Course
    NSCI - Natural Science (Main)                 WSCE - Claiborne Extension              F - Friday
    PSC - Public Safety Center (Main)             WSGC - Greene County Center             S - Saturday                     R__ - Regents Online Degree Course
    TECH - Technology Education (Main)                                                    U - Sunday
                                                  TBA - To Be Announced                   TBA - To be Announced

                 Walters State Community College - MAIN CAMPUS
                                                              January 14 - May 7, 2010
            If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                  Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
                COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                   CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	    SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                         HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	     INSTRUCTOR

                                                                                                                                                        ACCOUNTING
  ACCT          2110     001      10169     LEC      Introductory Accounting I            3.0       TECH    284     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR           Honaker, E
  ACCT          2110     002      10175     LEC      Introductory Accounting I            3.0       TECH    284     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF          Love, J
  ACCT          2110     003      10180     LEC      Introductory Accounting I            3.0       TECH    284     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR           Stockton, K
  ACCT          2110     004      10183     LEC      Introductory Accounting I            3.0       TECH    284     06:00PM-09:05PM         R            Stockton, K
* ACCT          2110     W91      10204     WEB      Introductory Accounting I            3.0       TECH    254     02:00PM-04:00PM         T            Barnett, W
  ACCT          2120     001      10186     LEC      Introductory Accounting II           3.0       TECH    284     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF          Love, J
  ACCT          2120     002      10187     LEC      Introductory Accounting II           3.0       TECH    284     06:00PM-09:05PM         W            TBA
  ACCT          2570     001      10191     LEC      Accounting Practice II               4.0       TECH    280     05:30PM-08:00PM         M            Love, J
  ACCT          2571     001      10193     LAB      Accounting Practice II Lab           -         TECH    254     08:05PM-09:45PM         M            Love, J
  ACCT          2580     001      10194     LEC      Accounting Practice III              4.0       TECH    284     05:30PM-08:00PM         T            Barnett, W
  ACCT          2581     001      10195     LAB      Accounting Practice III Lab          -         TECH    284     08:05PM-09:45PM         T            Barnett, W

                                                                                                                    ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT
     ADOA       1020     001      10839     LEC      Document Preparation II              3.0       TECH    252     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR           Smith, T
     ADOA       1040     001      10840     LEC      Keyboarding                          3.0       TECH    252     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR           Smith, T
     ADOA       2990     001      10842     LEC      Admin Offc Assistant Internshp       3.0                       TBA                                  TBA

                                                                                                                                                   AGRICULTURE
  AGRM          1160     001      10156     LEC      Livestock Mgmt Apprenticeship        3.0       TECH    130     12:20PM-03:15PM         M            Brooks, R
  AGRM          1160     002      10157     LEC      Livestock Mgmt Apprenticeship        3.0       TECH    130     12:20PM-03:15PM         F            Brooks, R
  AGRM          1170     001      10158     LEC      Livestock Event Mgmt                 3.0       AGBC    AGBC    05:00PM-06:00PM         TR           Brooks, R
  AGRM          1171     001      10159     LAB      Livestock Event Mgmt Lab             -         AGBC    AGBC    06:05PM-10:00PM         TR           Brooks, R
  AGRM          1180     001      10160     LEC      Adv Livestock Event Mgmt             3.0       AGBC    AGBC    05:00PM-06:00PM         TR           Brooks, R
  AGRM          1181     001      10162     LAB      Adv Livestock Event Mgmt Lab         -         AGBC    AGBC    06:05PM-10:00PM         TR           Brooks, R
  AGRM          1210     001      10164     LEC      Introduction to Crop Science         4.0       TECH    130     10:00AM-11:05AM         MWF          Brooks, R
  AGRM          1211     001      10166     LAB      Intro to Crop Science Lab            -         TECH    130     01:25PM-03:15PM         W            Brooks, R
  AGRM          1440     001      11160     LEC      Interior Landscaping                 3.0       TECH    126     04:05PM-05:00PM         M            TBA
  AGRM          1441     001      11161     LAB      Interior Landscaping Lab             -                         TBA                                  TBA
  AGRM          1520     001      11162     LEC      Supp Lndscpng and Hrb Plants         3.0       TECH    130     12:45PM-02:35PM         T            TBA
  AGRM          1521     001      11169     LAB      Supp Lndsc Hrb Plants Lab            -         TECH    130     12:45PM-02:35PM         R            TBA
  AGRM          1620     001      10170     LEC      Irrigation Systems                   3.0       TECH    126     12:45PM-02:35PM         T            Jellicorse, R
  AGRM          1621     001      10171     LAB      Irrigation Systems Lab               -         TECH    126     12:45PM-02:35PM         R            Jellicorse, R
  AGRM          2010     001      10172     LEC      Pests and Pesticides                 4.0       TECH    126     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR           Jellicorse, R
  AGRM          2011     001      10173     LAB      Pests and Pesticides Lab             -         TECH    126     11:10AM-12:05PM         TR           Jellicorse, R
  AGRM          2140     001      10174     LEC      Frm Anim Hlth and Mgt Pract          4.0       TECH    130     12:20PM-01:15PM         MWF          Brooks, R
  AGRM          2141     001      10177     LAB      Frm Anim Hlth and Mgt Prct Lab       -         TECH    130     01:25PM-03:15PM         M            Brooks, R
  AGRM          2141     002      10178     LAB      Frm Anim Hlth and Mgt Prct Lab       -         TECH    130     01:25PM-03:15PM         F            Brooks, R
  AGRM          2210     001      10188     LEC      Greenhouse Crop Production           4.0       GRHS            11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF          TBA
  AGRM          2211     001      10190     LAB      Greenhouse Crop Product Lab          -         GRHS            01:25PM-03:15PM         M            TBA
  AGRM          2440     001      10179     LEC      Lawn and Lndscp Maintenance          3.0       TECH    126     12:20PM-01:15PM         MW           Jellicorse, R
  AGRM          2441     001      10181     LAB      Lawn and Lndscp Maint Lab            -         TECH    126     01:25PM-03:15PM         W            Jellicorse, R
  AGRM          2470     001      10182     LEC      Professional Turfgrass Mgmt          3.0       TECH    126     10:10AM-11:05AM         MW           Jellicorse, R
  AGRM          2471     001      10184     LAB      Profess Trufgrass Mgmt Lab           -         TECH    126     01:25PM-03:15PM         M            Jellicorse, R
* AGRM          2630     H91      11175     HYB      Agric Microcomptr Appl               3.0       TECH    270     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR           TBA
* AGRM          2631     H91      11176     HYB      Agric Microcmptr Appl Lab            -         TECH    270     TBA                                  TBA
  AGRM          2910     001      10185     LEC      Cooperative Seminar                  3.0                       TBA                                  Jellicorse, R

                                                                                                                                                                      ART
  ART           1030     001      10108     LEC      Art Appreciation                     3.0       HUM     105     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR           Jobe, B
  ART           1030     002      10109     LEC      Art Appreciation                     3.0       HUM     105     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR           Roberts, S
* ART           1030     H91      10094     HYB      Art Appreciation                     3.0       HUM     105     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF          Evans, A
* ART           1030     W91      10104     WEB      Art Appreciation                     3.0       HUM     105     TBA                                  Evans, A



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          If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                          CREDIT	   	        	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                HOURS		   BLDG	    ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    ART        1110     001     10110      LEC      Basic Design I                              3.0       HUM      134     12:20PM-02:50PM         MW          Durham, F
    ART        1120     001     10111      LEC      Basic Design II                             3.0       HUM      134     12:20PM-02:50PM         MW          Durham, F
    ART        2040     002     10113      LEC      Art History I                               3.0       HUM      105     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Evans, A
    ART        2040     003     10114      LEC      Art History I                               3.0       HUM      105     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Feathers, A
    ART        2050     001     10116      LEC      Art History II                              3.0       HUM      105     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          TBA
    ART        2050     002     11170      LEC      Art History II                              3.0       HUM      105     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Roberts, S
    ART        2050     003     11171      LEC      Art History II                              3.0       HUM      105     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Roberts, S
    ART        2210     001     10117      LEC      Photography I                               3.0       HUM      134     09:35AM-12:05PM         TR          May, J
    ART        2210     002     10118      LEC      Photography I                               3.0       HUM      134     06:00PM-08:30PM         TR          TBA
    ART        2220     001     10119      LEC      Photography II                              3.0       HUM      134     12:45PM-03:15PM         TR          May, J
    ART        2220     002     10120      LEC      Photography II                              3.0       HUM      134     06:00PM-08:30PM         TR          TBA
    ART        2410     001     10121      LEC      Ceramics I                                  3.0       HUM      137     12:20PM-02:50PM         MW          Evans, A
    ART        2410     002     11172      LEC      Ceramics I                                  3.0       HUM      137     06:00PM-08:30PM         MW          TBA
    ART        2420     001     10122      LEC      Ceramics II                                 3.0       HUM      137     12:20PM-02:50PM         MW          Evans, A
    ART        2420     002     11173      LEC      Ceramics II                                 3.0       HUM      137     06:00PM-08:30PM         MW          TBA
    ART        2510     001     10137      LEC      Painting I                                  3.0       HUM      134     09:05AM-11:35AM         MW          Durham, F
    ART        2520     001     10135      LEC      Painting II                                 3.0       HUM      134     09:05AM-11:35AM         MW          Durham, F
    ART        2610     001     10128      LEC      Sculpture I                                 3.0       HUM      137     12:45PM-03:15PM         TR          Jobe, B
    ART        2620     001     10129      LEC      Sculpture II                                3.0       HUM      137     12:45PM-03:15PM         TR          Jobe, B
    ART        2990     001     10130      LEC      ART                                         3.0       HUM      134     TBA                                 Evans, A
    ART        2990     002     10131      LEC      Drawing                                     3.0       HUM      137     12:45PM-03:15PM         TR          Roberts, S

ASTRONOMY
* ASTR         1030     T91     11118      TEL      Astronomy                                   3.0       NSCI     141     06:00PM-07:30PM         W           Morgan, S
* ASTR         1031     T91     11119      TEL      Astronomy Lab                               -         NSCI     141     07:35PM-09:05PM         W           Morgan, S

BIOLOGY
A Non-Refundable $15.00 Natural Science Course Fee will be assessed for each LAB course.
   BIOL    1020    001    10189      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     201     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Goodfriend, E
   BIOL    1020    002    10192      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     204     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Dunaway, M
   BIOL    1020    003    10196      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     204     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Dunaway, M
   BIOL    1020    004    10198      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     201     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Goodfriend, E
   BIOL    1020    005    10199      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     201     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Rowe, E
   BIOL    1020    006    10200      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     204     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Zeller, R
   BIOL    1020    007    10201      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     201     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Zeller, R
   BIOL    1020    008    10219      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     141     08:30AM-10:00AM         MW          Bolton, K
   BIOL    1020    009    10226      LEC     General Biology II                          3.0              NSCI     204     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Dunaway, M
* BIOL     1020    W91 10224         WEB     General Biology II                          3.0                               TBA                                 Bolton, K
   BIOL    1021    001    10227      LAB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     204     12:30PM-02:20PM         M           Dunaway, M
   BIOL    1021    002    10228      LAB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     201     12:30PM-02:20PM         M           TBA
   BIOL    1021    003    10235      LAB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     201     11:10AM-01:00PM         T           Rowe, E
   BIOL    1021    004    10237      LAB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     201     01:00PM-02:50PM         T           Zeller, R
   BIOL    1021    005    10248      LAB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     204     11:15AM-01:05PM         W           Dunaway, M
   BIOL    1021    006    10249      LAB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     204     01:10PM-03:00PM         W           Dunaway, M
   BIOL    1021    007    10250      LAB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     201     12:30PM-02:20PM         W           Goodfriend, E
   BIOL    1021    008    10251      LAB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     201     06:00PM-07:50PM         R           Zeller, R
* BIOL     1021    H91    10231      HYB     General Biology II Lab                      1.0              NSCI     204     03:30PM-05:30PM         M           Bolton, K
   BIOL    1120    001    10313      LEC     Biodiversity                                3.0              NSCI     141     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Bolton, K
   BIOL    1121    001    10315      LAB     Biodiversity Lab                            1.0              NSCI     204     01:00PM-03:45PM         T           Bolton, K
   BIOL    1121    002    10316      LAB     Biodiversity Lab                            1.0              NSCI     204     01:00PM-03:45PM         R           Bolton, K
   BIOL    2010    002    10325      LEC     Hum Anat and Phys I                         3.0              NSCI     205     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Mabe, A
* BIOL     2010    W91 10327         WEB     Hum Anat and Phys I                         3.0                               TBA                                 Gampper, E
   BIOL    2011    002    10332      LAB     Hum Anat and Phys I Lab                     1.0              NSCI     217     01:00PM-03:45PM         W           Mabe, A
* BIOL     2011    W91 10333         WEB     Hum Anat and Phys I Lab                     1.0                               TBA                                 Gampper, E
  BIOL      2010     001      10323     LEC       Hum Anat and Phys I                           3.0      NSCI      217     09:05AM-11:00AM          MWF      Eccles, L
  BIOL      2011     001      10330     LAB       Hum Anat and Phys I Lab                       1.0      NSCI      217     11:05AM-12:55PM          MWF      Eccles, L
Note: These are accelerated classes that meet January 14 thru March 5. Contact the Natural Science Division (423-585-6865) for information on these classes.
  BIOL         2020     001     10344      LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                        3.0       NSCI     220     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Fleming, L
  BIOL         2020     003     10370      LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                        3.0       NSCI     220     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Fleming, L
  BIOL         2020     004     10371      LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                        3.0       NSCI     220     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Mabe, A
  BIOL         2020     005     10372      LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                        3.0       NSCI     220     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Frazier, M
  BIOL         2020     006     10373      LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                        3.0       NSCI     217     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Rich, K
  BIOL         2020     007     10374      LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                        3.0       NSCI     220     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Fleming, L
  BIOL         2020     008     10375      LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                        3.0       NSCI     220     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Rich, K
* BIOL         2020     W91     10376      WEB      Hum Anat and Phys II                        3.0                        TBA                                 Gampper, E
  BIOL         2021     001     10377      LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                    1.0       NSCI     220     01:00PM-03:45PM         M           Fleming, L
  BIOL         2021     003     10379      LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                    1.0       NSCI     217     01:00PM-03:45PM         M           Mabe, A
  BIOL         2021     004     10380      LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                    1.0       NSCI     220     01:00PM-03:45PM         T           Fleming, L
  BIOL         2021     005     10381      LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                    1.0       NSCI     220     01:00PM-03:45PM         W           Fleming, L
  BIOL         2021     006     10382      LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                    1.0       NSCI     217     05:45PM-08:30PM         W           Frazier, M
  BIOL         2021     007     10383      LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                    1.0       NSCI     217     01:00PM-03:45PM         R           Rich, K
* BIOL         2021     W91     10384      WEB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                    1.0                        TBA                                 Rich, K
  BIOL      2020     002      10348     LEC       Hum Anat and Phys II                          3.0      NSCI      217      09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF        Eccles, L
  BIOL      2021     002      10378     LAB       Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                      1.0      NSCI      217      11:05AM-12:55PM         MWF        Eccles, L
Note: These are accelerated classes that meet March 15 thru May 7. Contact the Natural Science Division (423-585-6865) for information on these classes.



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           If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                           CREDIT	   	       	        	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                 HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	    															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

  BIOL         2230     001     11070      LEC      Intro to Microbiology                        3.0       NSCI    107     08:30AM-10:00AM          MW          Lindsey, D
  BIOL         2230     002     11071      LEC      Intro to Microbiology                        3.0       NSCI    141     09:35AM-11:00AM          TR          Lindsey, D
* BIOL         2230     V91     11072      VID      Intro to Microbiology                        3.0       NSCI    141     09:35AM-11:00AM          TR          Lindsey, D
  BIOL         2231     001     11074      LAB      Introd to Microbiology Lab                   1.0       NSCI    107     11:10AM-12:35PM          TR          Lindsey, D
  BIOL         2231     002     11075      LAB      Introd to Microbiology Lab                   1.0       NSCI    107     12:45PM-02:10PM          MW          Lindsey, D
  BIOL         2231     003     11076      LAB      Introd to Microbiology Lab                   1.0       NSCI    107     01:30PM-04:25PM          R           Lindsey, D
  BIOL         2610     001     11081      LEC      Genetics                                     3.0       NSCI    205     09:35AM-11:00AM          TR          Eccles, L
  BIOL         2611     001     11083      LEC      Genetics Lab                                 1.0       NSCI    220     01:00PM-03:45PM          R           Eccles, L

                                                                                                                                                                  BUSINESS
  BUSN         1010     001     11033      LEC      Introduction to Business                     3.0       TECH    200     06:00PM-09:05PM          T           TBA
* BUSN         1010     W91     11069      WEB      Introduction to Business                     3.0       TECH    252     05:00PM-06:00PM          W           Hamilton, W
  BUSN         1290     001     10843      LEC      Profess Develop and Bus Ethics               3.0       TECH    200     09:35AM-11:00AM          TR          Smith, T
  BUSN         1310     001     10494      LEC      Business Commun and Corres                   3.0       MBSS    125     11:10AM-12:35PM          TR          Donahue, J
* BUSN         1310     W91     11056      WEB      Business Commun and Corres                   3.0       LIB     201     06:00PM-07:00PM          R           Bach, O
  BUSN         2010     001     11034      LEC      Business Functions                           4.0       TECH    280     06:00PM-10:05PM          W           Deavours, S
* BUSN         2510     W91     10925      WEB      Legal Environment of Business                3.0                       TBA                                  Brummerstedt, P


                                                                                                                                                                CHEMISTRY
                                                                                   A Non-Refundable $15 Natural Science Course Fee will be assessed for each LAB course.
    CHEM       1030     001     11090      LEC      Concepts of Chemistry                       4.0     NSCI      112    10:10AM-11:05AM        MWF      Hensley, D
    CHEM       1031     001     11091      LAB      Concepts of Chemistry Lab                   -       NSCI      112    11:15AM-12:10PM        WF       Hensley, D
    CHEM       1110     001     11092      LEC      General Chemistry I                         3.0     NSCI      112    11:10AM-12:35PM        TR       Kennard, L
    CHEM       1111     001     11093      LAB      General Chemistry I lab                     1.0     NSCI      209    01:00PM-03:45PM        R        Kennard, L
    CHEM       1120     001     11096      LEC      General Chemistry II                        3.0     NSCI      112    09:05AM-10:00AM        MWF      Hensley, D
    CHEM       1120     002     11097      LEC      General Chemistry II                        3.0     NSCI      205    11:15AM-12:10PM        MWF      Kennard, L
    CHEM       1120     003     11099      LEC      General Chemistry II                        3.0     NSCI      112    09:35AM-11:00AM        TR       Hensley, D
    CHEM       1121     001     11100      LAB      General Chemistry II Lab                    1.0     NSCI      213    01:00PM-03:45PM        M        Hensley, D
    CHEM       1121     002     11101      LAB      General Chemistry II Lab                    1.0     NSCI      209    01:00PM-03:45PM        T        Kennard, L
    CHEM       1121     003     11102      LAB      General Chemistry II Lab                    1.0     NSCI      213    01:00PM-03:45PM        W        Hensley, D
    CHEM       2020     001     11105      LEC      Organic Chemistry II                        3.0     NSCI      205    08:35AM-10:00AM        MW       Kennard, L
    CHEM       2021     001     11106      LAB      Organic Chemistry II Lab                    1.0     NSCI      214    01:30PM-04:15PM        M        Kennard, L

                                                                                                                           COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCE
    CPSC       1100     001     10205      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     09:05AM-10:00AM          MWF         Duda, T
    CPSC       1100     002     10206      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     10:10AM-11:05AM          MWF         Duda, T
    CPSC       1100     003     10207      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     11:15AM-12:10PM          MWF         Clamon, F
    CPSC       1100     004     10208      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     12:20PM-01:45PM          MW          Clamon, F
    CPSC       1100     005     10209      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     01:55PM-03:20PM          MW          Duda, T
    CPSC       1100     006     10211      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     02:20PM-03:45PM          TR          Rotherforth, D
    CPSC       1100     007     10212      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     04:20PM-05:45PM          TR          Rotherforth, D
    CPSC       1100     008     10213      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     09:35AM-11:00AM          TR          Blais, L
    CPSC       1100     009     10214      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     11:10AM-12:35PM          TR          Blais, L
    CPSC       1100     010     10215      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     12:45PM-02:10PM          TR          Suich, V
    CPSC       1100     011     10217      LEC      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     06:00PM-09:05PM          R           Greer, P
*   CPSC       1100     W91     10221      WEB      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    264     12:20PM-03:25PM          W           Suich, V
*   CPSC       1100     W92     10223      WEB      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     06:00PM-09:05PM          W           Blais, L
*   CPSC       1100     W93     10225      WEB      Using Information Technology                 3.0       TECH    262     06:00PM-09:05PM          T           Fisher, A
    CPSC       1230     001     10245      LEC      Introduction to Programming                  3.0       TECH    264     09:00AM-09:55AM          TR          Suich, V
    CPSC       1231     001     10247      LAB      Intro to Programming Lab                     -         TECH    264     10:05AM-11:00AM          TR          Suich, V
    CPSC       1235     001     10262      LEC      Visual Basic                                 3.0       TECH    262     05:30PM-07:20PM          M           Duda, T
*   CPSC       1235     W91     10268      WEB      Visual Basic                                 3.0       TECH    262     05:30PM-07:20PM          M           Duda, T
    CPSC       1236     001     10266      LAB      Visual Basic Lab                             -         TECH    262     07:30PM-09:20PM          M           Duda, T
*   CPSC       1236     W91     10269      WEB      Visual Basic Lab                             -         TECH    262     07:30PM-09:20PM          M           Duda, T
*   CPSC       1240     W91     10261      WEB      Microsoft Excel                              3.0       TECH    264     06:00PM-09:05PM          T           TBA
    CPSC       1350     001     10232      LEC      Intro to Computer Science I                  4.0       TECH    264     10:10AM-11:05AM          MWF         Suich, V
*   CPSC       1350     W91     10234      WEB      Intro to Computer Science I                  4.0       TECH    264     05:30PM-08:15PM          R           Suich, V
    CPSC       1351     001     10233      LAB      Intro to Computer Sci I Lab                  -         TECH    264     11:15AM-12:10PM          MW          Suich, V
*   CPSC       1351     W91     10236      WEB      Intro to Computer Sci I Lab                  -         TECH    264     08:25PM-10:20PM          R           Suich, V
    CPSC       2170     001     10291      LEC      Cmptr Pgrm Math/Engr                         3.0       TECH    270     09:35AM-10:30AM          TR          Fisher, A
    CPSC       2171     001     10293      LAB      Cmptr Prgm Math/Engr Lab                     -         TECH    270     10:40AM-11:35AM          TR          Fisher, A
    CPSC       2300     001     10288      LEC      Essentials of Info Security                  3.0       TECH    270     08:00AM-10:00AM          F           Bell, J
    CPSC       2301     001     10289      LAB      Essent of Info Security Lab                  -         TECH    270     10:10AM-12:10PM          F           Bell, J
    CPSC       2770     001     10258      LEC      Data Base Management Systms                  4.0       TECH    264     11:10AM-12:35PM          TR          Todaro, P
    CPSC       2771     001     10259      LAB      Data Base Mgmt Systms Lab                    -         TECH    264     12:45PM-01:40PM          TR          Todaro, P
*   CPSC       2840     W91     10296      WEB      Cisco LAN Switch and Wireless                3.0       TECH    270     08:00AM-12:00PM          M           Fisher, A
*   CPSC       2840     W92     10303      WEB      Cisco LAN Switch and Wireless                3.0       TECH    270     05:30PM-09:30PM          M           Fisher, A
    CPSC       2841     001     10297      LAB      Cisco LAN Switch Wireless Lab                -         TECH    270     08:00AM-12:00PM          W           Fisher, A
*   CPSC       2841     W92     10304      WEB      Cisco LAN Switch Wireless Lab                -         TECH    270     05:30PM-09:30PM          R           Fisher, A
*   CPSC       2850     W91     10299      WEB      Cisco Acessing the WAN                       3.0       TECH    270     08:00AM-12:00PM          M           Fisher, A
*   CPSC       2850     W92     10305      WEB      Cisco Acessing the WAN                       3.0       TECH    270     05:30PM-09:30PM          M           Fisher, A
    CPSC       2851     001     10301      LAB      Cicso Accessing the WAN Lab                  -         TECH    270     08:00AM-12:00PM          W           Fisher, A
*   CPSC       2851     W92     10306      WEB      Cicso Accessing the WAN Lab                  -         TECH    270     05:30PM-09:30PM          R           Fisher, A

                                                                                                                                  CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
  CRJT         1010     001     10017      LEC      Overview of Criminal Justice                 3.0       PSC     167     12:20PM-03:25PM          M           Rose, J
* CRJT         1010     V91     10037      VID      Overview of Criminal Justice                 3.0       MBSS    223     06:00PM-09:05PM          T           Fox, R


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                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                          CREDIT	   	        	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                HOURS		   BLDG	    ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

  CRJT         1230     001      10016     LEC      Domestic Terrorism                          3.0       PSC      167     12:20PM-03:25PM         T           Rose, J
* CRJT         1230     W91      11168     WEB      Domestic Terrorism                          3.0                        TBA                                 Bryant, A
  CRJT         1320     001      10062     LEC      Crim Just Work with Juveniles               3.0       PSC      167     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Deaderick, C
  CRJT         1510     001      10063     LEC      Criminal Law and Procedures                 3.0       PSC      167     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Giles, M
  CRJT         2130     001      10010     LEC      Crime Scene Specialist                      3.0       PSC      126     12:20PM-03:25PM         M           Loar, J
  CRJT         2140     001      10011     LEC      Criminal Investigation                      3.0       PSC      126     12:20PM-03:35PM         R           Loar, J
  CRJT         2285     001      10019     LEC      Domestic Violence                           4.0       PSC      126     06:00PM-09:00PM         T           Sterbens, E
  CRJT         2980     001      10066     LEC      Public Issues of Pub Safety                 2.0       PSC      126     12:20PM-02:25PM         F           Loar, J
  CRJT         2990     001      10023     LEC      Special Topic in Crim Justice               3.0       PSC      126     12:20PM-03:25PM         F           Loar, J

DEVELOPMENTAL MATH
*** SEE MATH SECTION BELOW ***

DEVELOPMENTAL READING
*** SEE READING SECTION BELOW ***

LEARNING STRATEGIES
*** SEE EDUCATION SECTION BELOW ***

DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
*** SEE ENGLISH SECTION BELOW ***

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
  ECED         2010     001      10509     LEC      Safe Healthy Lrng Environments              3.0       MBSS     129     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Stooksbury, K
  ECED         2015     001      10510     LEC      Early Childhood Curriculum                  3.0       MBSS     129     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Mandracchia, E
* ECED         2020     W91      10514     WEB      Infant Toddler Child Developmn              3.0                        TBA                                 Stooksbury, K
* ECED         2040     H91      10515     HYB      Fmly Dynm and Cmmty Involvmt                3.0       MBSS     129     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Stooksbury, K
  ECED         2060     001      10516     LEC      Develop of Except Children                  3.0       MBSS     129     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          Mandracchia, E
* ECED         2090     H91      10519     HYB      Creative Development                        3.0       MBSS     131     04:30PM-07:30PM         T           Stooksbury, K
  ECED         2130     001      10520     LEC      Clinical Practicum I                        3.0       MBSS     129     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Mandracchia, E

ECONOMICS
  ECON         2110     001      11024     LEC      Principles of Economics I                   4.0       TECH     278     06:00PM-10:05PM         T           Hamilton, W
  ECON         2110     002      11025     LEC      Principles of Economics I                   4.0       TECH     280     08:45AM-10:00AM         MWF         Deavours, S
  ECON         2110     003      11026     LEC      Principles of Economics I                   4.0       TECH     280     09:00AM-11:00AM         TR          Deavours, S
* ECON         2110     W91      11052     WEB      Principles of Economics I                   4.0       LIB      201     06:00PM-07:00PM         R           Bach, O
  ECON         2120     001      11031     LEC      Principles of Economics II                  2.0       TECH     278     10:00AM-11:00AM         TR          Hamilton, W
* ECON         2120     W91      11060     WEB      Principles of Economics II                  2.0       MBSS     252     11:00AM-12:00PM         F           Deavours, S
  ECON         2210     001      10754     LEC      Business Statistics                         3.0       MBSS     243     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Romines, J
  ECON         2210     002      10755     LEC      Business Statistics                         3.0       MBSS     203     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Romines, J

EDUCATION / LEARNING STRATEGIES
  DSPS         0800     002      10460     LEC      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     129     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Winstead, J
  DSPS         0800     003      10461     LEC      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     129     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Winstead, J
  DSPS         0800     004      10462     LEC      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     131     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Smith, A
  DSPS         0800     005      10463     LEC      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     130     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          TBA
  DSPS         0800     006      10464     LEC      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     131     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Smith, A
  DSPS         0800     007      10465     LEC      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     129     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Sprague, P
  DSPS         0800     008      10466     LEC      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     129     12:45PM-02:16PM         TR          Sprague, P
  DSPS         0800     009      10467     LEC      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     131     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Puckett, N
* DSPS         0800     W91      10478     WEB      Learning Strategies                         3.0       MBSS     106     02:20PM-03:45PM         R           Donahue, J
* EDUC         1010     W91      10486     WEB      The Freshman Experience                     1.0       MBSS     106     02:20PM-03:45PM         F           Donahue, J
  EDUC         2010     001      10490     LEC      Psy of Hum Dev for Tchrs                    3.0       MBSS     131     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Jenkins, C
  EDUC         2010     002      10491     LEC      Psy of Hum Dev for Tchrs                    3.0       MBSS     131     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Smith, A
  EDUC         2300     001      10492     LEC      Intro to Education                          3.0       MBSS     131     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Smith, A
  EDUC         2300     002      10493     LEC      Intro to Education                          3.0       MBSS     131     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          Smith, A

DVS EXPRESS - LEARNING STRATEGIES
* DSPS        0800     001     10082      LEC       Learning Strategies                           3.0      MBSS     130      05:30PM-09:30PM        T         Carroll, D
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets January 19, 26, February 2, 9, and 16. Contact Distance Education (423-585-6938) for information about DVS Express.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
    EMTB       1020     001      10002     LEC      Bas Emerg Med Technician II                 8.0       PSC      140     06:00PM-10:05PM         MW          Gibson, L
    EMTB       1040     001      10004     LEC      First Responder                             4.0       PSC      123     06:00PM-10:05PM         M           Fox, J
    EMTB       1040     002      10005     LEC      First Responder                             4.0       PSC      140     06:00PM-10:05PM         T           Fox, J
    EMTB       1050     001      10003     LEC      Emerg Med Tech I and II                     16.0      PSC      140     08:30AM-05:00PM         MW          Williams, W

ENGLISH / DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
    DSPW       0700     001      10587     LEC      Basic Writing                               3.0       CCEN     206     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         McClure, A
    DSPW       0700     002      10591     LEC      Basic Writing                               3.0       CCEN     206     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          McClure, A
    DSPW       0700     003      10592     LEC      Basic Writing                               3.0       CCEN     288     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
    DSPW       0800     002      10595     LEC      Developmental Writing                       3.0       CCEN     288     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Morelock, C
    DSPW       0800     003      10599     LEC      Developmental Writing                       3.0       CCEN     288     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Morelock, C
    DSPW       0800     004      10601     LEC      Developmental Writing                       3.0       CCEN     288     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Morelock, C



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                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                          CREDIT	   	         	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                HOURS		   BLDG	     ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    DSPW       0800     005      10602     LEC      Developmental Writing                        3.0      CCEN      288     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         McClure, A
    DSPW       0800     006      10603     LEC      Developmental Writing                        3.0      CCEN      288     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Morelock, C
    DSPW       0800     007      10605     LEC      Developmental Writing                        3.0      CCEN      288     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Morelock, C
    DSPW       0800     008      10608     LEC      Developmental Writing                        3.0      CCEN      288     12:20PM-01:15PM         MWF         McClure, A
    DSPW       0800     009      10610     LEC      Developmental Writing                        3.0      CCEN      288     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          McClure, A
    DSPW       0800     010      10614     LEC      Developmental Writing                        3.0      CCEN      288     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           TBA
    ENGL       1010     001      10570     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       102     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Jacobs, S
    ENGL       1010     002      10573     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       104     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Owens, C
    ENGL       1010     003      10577     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       100     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Todaro, C
    ENGL       1010     004      10584     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       102     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Alcorn, S
    ENGL       1010     005      10598     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       100     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Owens, C
    ENGL       1010     006      10604     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       104     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Alcorn, S
    ENGL       1010     007      10606     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       100     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          Jackson, K
    ENGL       1010     008      10609     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       102     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Alcorn, S
    ENGL       1010     009      10611     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       100     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Todaro, C
    ENGL       1010     010      10615     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       100     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Jackson, K
    ENGL       1010     011      10620     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       100     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Alcorn, S
    ENGL       1010     012      10622     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      HUM       102     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           TBA
    ENGL       1010     013      10872     LEC      Composition I                                3.0      CCEN      206     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          TBA
*   ENGL       1010     W91      10663     WEB      Composition I                                3.0                        TBA                                 Rouse, V
    ENGL       1020     001      10676     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       106     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Eichelman, S
    ENGL       1020     002      11183     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       100     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          TBA
    ENGL       1020     003      10679     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       100     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Todaro, C
    ENGL       1020     004      10687     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       106     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Eichelman, S
    ENGL       1020     005      10691     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       106     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Eichelman, S
    ENGL       1020     006      10698     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       102     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          Rouse, V
    ENGL       1020     007      10701     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       100     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Jackson, K
    ENGL       1020     008      10703     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       102     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          McLain, C
    ENGL       1020     009      10706     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       102     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Jacobs, S
    ENGL       1020     010      10709     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       100     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Jackson, K
    ENGL       1020     011      10711     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       102     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           TBA
    ENGL       1020     012      10714     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       104     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         TBA
    ENGL       1020     013      11174     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      HUM       104     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          TBA
*   ENGL       1020     W91      10715     WEB      Composition II                               3.0                        TBA                                 Jacobs, S
*   ENGL       2110     W91      10720     WEB      American Literature I                        3.0                        TBA                                 Jacobs, S
    ENGL       2120     001      10723     LEC      American Literature II                       3.0      HUM       106     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Todaro, C
    ENGL       2120     002      10725     LEC      American Literature II                       3.0      HUM       106     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          McLain, C
    ENGL       2230     001      11194     LEC      Literature for Children                      3.0      HUM       100     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
    ENGL       2410     001      10730     LEC      Western World Literature I                   3.0      HUM       102     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Alcorn, S
*   ENGL       2410     W91      10734     WEB      Western World Literature I                   3.0                        TBA                                 Owens, C
    ENGL       2420     001      10738     LEC      Western World Literature II                  3.0      HUM       102     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Rouse, V
    ENGL       2420     002      10740     LEC      Western World Literature II                  3.0      HUM       106     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Eichelman, S
    ENGL       2420     003      10741     LEC      Western World Literature II                  3.0      HUM       102     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
    ENGL       2510     001      10747     LEC      Folklore                                     3.0      HUM       106     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          McLain, C
    ENGL       2810     001      10753     LEC      Creative Writing I                           3.0      HUM       106     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Eichelman, S
    ENGL       2820     001      10759     LEC      Creative Writing II                          3.0      HUM       106     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Eichelman, S
    ENGL       2990     001      10761     LEC      English Problems                             3.0      HUM       106     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Eichelman, S

                                                                                                   DVS EXPRESS - ENGLISH / DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
* DSPW        0800     001     10084      LEC       Developmental Writing                           3.0    CCEN       206    05:30PM-09:30PM          T        Morelock, C
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets April 6, 13, 20, 27, and May 4. Contact Distance Education (423-585-6938) for information about DVS Express.

                                                                                                                                                                GEOGRAPHY
    GEOG       1012     001      10457     LEC      Intro to Cultural Geography                  3.0      MBSS      108     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Knowles, D
    GEOG       1014     001      10458     LEC      World Geography II                           3.0      MBSS      108     01:55PM-03:20PM         MW          Knowles, D

                                                                                                                                                                    GERMAN
* GERM         1020     V91      10020     VID      Elementary German II                         3.0      MBSS      223     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Schmidt, C
  GERM         2020     001      10022     LEC      Intermediate German II                       3.0      MBSS      223     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Schmidt, C


                                                                                                                                                                    HISTORY
    HIST       1120     001      10423     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II                3.0      MBSS      130     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Foutch, L
    HIST       1120     002      10426     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II                3.0      MBSS      130     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Foutch, L
    HIST       1120     003      10428     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II                3.0      MBSS      130     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Foutch, L
    HIST       1120     004      10429     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II                3.0      MBSS      108     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Cobb, J
    HIST       2010     001      10432     LEC      American History I                           3.0      MBSS      124     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Salaita, G
    HIST       2020     001      10435     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      124     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Salaita, G
    HIST       2020     002      10437     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      108     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Knowles, D
    HIST       2020     003      10438     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      124     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          McGhee, D
    HIST       2020     004      10440     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      124     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          McGhee, D
    HIST       2020     005      10442     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      108     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Salaita, G
    HIST       2020     006      10443     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      108     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         McGhee, D
    HIST       2020     007      10444     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      227     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Salaita, G
    HIST       2020     008      10446     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      124     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         McGhee, D
    HIST       2020     009      10449     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      108     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Knowles, D
    HIST       2020     010      10450     LEC      American History II                          3.0      MBSS      108     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Knowles, D



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           If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                   CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                         HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    HIST       2020     011      10451     LEC      American History II                  3.0       MBSS    108     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          McGhee, D
    HIST       2020     012      10452     LEC      American History II                  3.0       MBSS    108     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Mosley, C
    HIST       2020     013      10453     LEC      American History II                  3.0       MBSS    108     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Sexton, D
    HIST       2200     001      10454     LEC      Women in Society                     3.0       MBSS    130     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Foutch, L

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
* HITC         1051     W91      10977     WEB      Professional Seminar                 2.0       TECH    286     01:25PM-05:30PM         W           Shrader, S
* HITC         2020     H91      10978     HYB      Applic in Hlthcare Info System       3.0       TECH    286     09:05AM-11:05AM         W           Winkler, A
* HITC         2021     H91      10979     HYB      App in Hlthcare Info Sys Lab         -         TECH    286     11:15AM-01:15PM         W           Winkler, A
* HITC         2030     H91      10980     HYB      Qual Imprv and Assmnt in Hlthc       3.0       TECH    286     10:10AM-12:10PM         M           Shrader, S
* HITC         2031     H91      10981     HYB      Qual Imp Assmnt in Hthcr Lab         -         TECH    286     12:45PM-02:45PM         M           Shrader, S
  HITC         2060     001      10983     LAB      Health Info Tech Practice II         3.0       TECH    286     09:05AM-10:00AM         M           Winkler, A
* HITC         2070     W91      10982     WEB      Supervisory and Legal Aspects        3.0       TECH    286     02:20PM-05:30PM         R           Winkler, A

HEALTH
    HLTH       2310     001      10499     LEC      Safety and First Aid                 3.0       MBSS    122     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Jenkins, C

HUMANITIES
  HUM          2110     001      10733     LEC      Humanities: Human Advntr II          3.0       HUM     132     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Ritter, L
* HUM          2110     W91      10736     WEB      Humanities: Human Advntr II          3.0                       TBA                                 Ritter, L
  HUM          2200     001      10455     LEC      Women in Society                     3.0       MBSS    130     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Foutch, L

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
* INTC         1070     W91      10229     WEB      Authoring Multimedia                 3.0       TECH    264     08:00AM-08:55AM         MW          Blais, L
* INTC         1071     W91      10230     WEB      Authoring Multimedia Lab             -         TECH    264     09:05AM-10:00AM         MW          Blais, L
  INTC         1085     001      10274     LEC      Hardware Support                     4.0       TECH    270     12:45PM-02:45PM         MW          Bell, J
  INTC         2000     001      10238     LEC      Java                                 4.0       TECH    264     05:30PM-08:15PM         M           Nix, A
* INTC         2000     W91      10240     WEB      Java                                 4.0       TECH    264     05:30PM-08:15PM         M           Nix, A
  INTC         2001     001      10239     LAB      Java Lab                             -         TECH    264     08:25PM-10:20PM         M           Nix, A
* INTC         2001     W91      10242     WEB      Java Lab                             -         TECH    264     08:25PM-10:20PM         M           Nix, A
  INTC         2030     001      10275     LEC      Microsoft Windows Ntwrk Infrst       3.0       TECH    270     03:00PM-03:55PM         MW          Nix, A
  INTC         2031     001      10277     LAB      Mcrsft Wndws Ntwrk Infrast Lab       -         TECH    270     04:05PM-05:00PM         MW          Nix, A

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - DRAFTING & DESIGN
* ITDD         1010     W91      11151     WEB      Engineering Graphics I               4.0       TECH    220     TBA                                 Dixon, B
  ITDD         1011     001      11152     LAB      Engineering Graphics I Lab           -         TECH    220     05:00PM-08:40PM         R           Dixon, B
* ITDD         1020     W91      11153     WEB      Engineering Graphics II              4.0       TECH    220     TBA                                 Dixon, B
  ITDD         1021     001      11154     LAB      Engineering Graphics II Lab          -         TECH    220     05:00PM-08:40PM         R           Dixon, B
  ITDD         1320     001      11155     LEC      Residential and Comm Planning        4.0       TECH    222     02:40PM-04:30PM         TR          Dixon, B
  ITDD         2440     001      11156     LEC      Engineering Graphics III             3.0       TECH    220     11:10AM-01:00PM         T           Dixon, B
  ITDD         2441     001      11157     LAB      Engineering Graphics III Lab         -         TECH    220     11:10AM-01:00PM         R           Dixon, B
  ITDD         2810     001      11158     LEC      CAD 3-D                              3.0       TECH    220     11:15AM-01:05PM         M           Dixon, B
  ITDD         2811     001      11159     LAB      CAD 3-D Lab                          -         TECH    220     11:15AM-01:05PM         W           Dixon, B

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - ELECTRICAL / ELECTRONICS
    ITEE       1110     001      11128     LEC      Electrical Circuits I w/Lab          4.0       TECH    258     08:00AM-10:20AM         MW          McKemy, D
    ITEE       1120     001      11129     LEC      Electrical Circuits II w/Lab         4.0       TECH    258     01:55PM-04:15PM         MW          Aarons, A
    ITEE       1720     001      11130     LEC      Electronics II                       3.0       TECH    258     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Aarons, A
    ITEE       1721     001      11131     LAB      Electonics II lab                    1.0       TECH    258     02:15PM-03:10PM         TR          Aarons, A
    ITEE       2730     001      11132     LEC      Industrial Controls                  3.0       TECH    258     05:00PM-07:40PM         T           Aarons, A
    ITEE       2731     001      11133     LAB      Industrial Controls Lab              1.0       TECH    116     07:45PM-09:35PM         T           Aarons, A
    ITEE       2800     001      11134     LEC      Industrial Automation                3.0       TECH    258     11:15AM-01:05PM         M           Aarons, A
    ITEE       2801     001      11135     LAB      Industrial Automation Lab            -         TECH    116     11:15AM-01:05PM         W           Aarons, A

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - ELECTRO MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
    ITEM       1310     001      11136     LEC      Millwright Principles                3.0       TECH    210     09:35AM-11:25AM         T           McKemy, D
    ITEM       1311     001      11137     LAB      Millwright Principles Lab            -         TECH    116     09:35AM-11:25AM         R           McKemy, D
    ITEM       2610     001      11138     LEC      Piping and Auxiliaries               4.0       TECH    222     08:00AM-09:50AM         M           Aarons, A
    ITEM       2611     001      11139     LAB      Piping and Auxiliaries Lab           -         TECH    116     08:00AM-09:50AM         WF          Aarons, A

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - MANUFACTURING
  ITMF         1430     001      11140     LEC      Quality Assurance                    3.0       TECH    222     08:00AM-09:50AM         T           Dixon, B
  ITMF         1431     001      11141     LAB      Quality Assurance Lab                -         TECH    222     08:00AM-09:50AM         R           Dixon, B
* ITMF         1540     W91      11142     WEB      Inspection and Testing Methods       3.0                       TBA                                 Dixon, B
* ITMF         1550     W91      11143     WEB      Root Cause and Prob Solving          3.0                       TBA                                 Dixon, B
  ITMF         1810     001      11144     LEC      Industrial Supervision               3.0       TECH    222     05:00PM-07:45PM         T           McKemy, D
  ITMF         2610     001      11145     LEC      Occupational Safety                  3.0       TECH    222     01:55PM-03:20PM         MW          McKemy, D
* ITMF         2610     H91      11146     HYB      Occupational Safety                  3.0                       TBA                                 McKemy, D
  ITMF         2720     001      11147     LEC      Facilities Planning                  3.0       TECH    222     11:15AM-01:05PM         M           McKemy, D
  ITMF         2721     001      11148     LAB      Facilities Planning Lab              -         TECH    210     11:15AM-01:05PM         W           McKemy, D
  ITMF         2810     001      11150     LEC      CNC Programming                      3.0       TECH    222     12:45PM-02:35PM         T           McKemy, D
  ITMF         2811     001      11149     LAB      CNC Programming Lab                  -         TECH    116     12:45PM-02:35PM         R           McKemy, D

MATHEMATICS / DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
    DSPM       0700     004      10565     LEC      Basic Mathematics                    3.0       MBSS    243     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         TBA
    DSPM       0700     005      10569     LEC      Basic Mathematics                    3.0       MBSS    242     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          LaPrise, J
    DSPM       0700     006      10572     LEC      Basic Mathematics                    3.0       MBSS    227     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           TBA


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          If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                          CREDIT	   	         	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                HOURS		   BLDG	     ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    DSPM       0800     001      10575     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      242     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Owens, M
    DSPM       0800     005      10583     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      242     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Owens, M
    DSPM       0800     006      10585     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      242     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          Owens, M
    DSPM       0800     008      10588     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      227     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Romines, R
    DSPM       0800     009      10589     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      243     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Mefford, E
    DSPM       0800     010      10596     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      203     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Romines, R
    DSPM       0800     011      10613     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      244     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
    DSPM       0850     001      10616     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      227     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Rice, C
    DSPM       0850     006      10631     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      227     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Rice, C
    DSPM       0850     007      10633     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      226     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Knight, J
    DSPM       0850     008      10635     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      243     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          Mefford, E
    DSPM       0850     009      10636     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      226     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Sinard, R
    DSPM       0850     010      10637     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      226     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Sinard, R
    DSPM       0850     012      10638     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      243     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Dell’Isola, I
    DSPM       0850     014      10640     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      225     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Dell’Isola, I
    DSPM       0850     015      10642     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      225     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Dell’Isola, I
    DSPM       0850     017      10792     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      226     12:20PM-01:15PM         MWF         Knight, J
    MATH       1420     001      10645     LEC      Prob Slvng Geom and Statistics               3.0      MBSS      225     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Rice, C
    MATH       1420     002      10647     LEC      Prob Slvng Geom and Statistics               3.0      MBSS      225     01:55PM-03:20PM         MW          Rice, C
    MATH       1530     001      10648     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      244     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Borlaug, V
    MATH       1530     002      10650     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      203     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Irwin, J
    MATH       1530     006      10658     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      203     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Irwin, J
    MATH       1530     007      10659     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      226     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Romines, R
    MATH       1530     008      10660     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      225     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Romines, R
    MATH       1530     009      10661     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      244     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          Borlaug, V
    MATH       1530     010      10664     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      203     12:20PM-01:15PM         MWF         Romines, R
    MATH       1530     011      10666     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      242     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Owens, M
    MATH       1530     012      10668     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      244     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Borlaug, V
    MATH       1530     013      10672     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      203     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Irwin, J
    MATH       1530     014      10737     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      244     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Owens, M
    MATH       1530     015      10675     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      226     04:20PM-05:45PM         TR          TBA
    MATH       1530     016      10677     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      226     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
*   MATH       1530     W11      10683     WEB      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      228     04:00PM-06:00PM         T           Maxson, W
*   MATH       1530     W21      10685     WEB      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      228     04:00PM-06:00PM         T           Maxson, W
*   MATH       1530     W51      10688     WEB      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      228     04:00PM-06:00PM         T           Maxson, W
*   MATH       1530     W91      10680     WEB      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      MBSS      228     04:00PM-06:00PM         T           Maxson, W
    MATH       1630     001      10690     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      228     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Maxson, W
    MATH       1630     003      10694     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      227     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Maxson, W
    MATH       1630     005      10697     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      203     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Irwin, J
    MATH       1630     006      10699     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      227     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           TBA
    MATH       1630     007      10702     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      203     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Irwin, J
    MATH       1630     008      10704     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      228     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Maxson,
    MATH       1630     009      10707     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      227     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Rice, C
*   MATH       1630     W11      10713     WEB      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      228     04:00PM-06:00PM         W           Maxson, W
*   MATH       1630     W21      10717     WEB      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      228     04:00PM-06:00PM         W           Maxson, W
*   MATH       1630     W51      10719     WEB      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      228     04:00PM-06:00PM         W           Maxson, W
*   MATH       1630     W91      10710     WEB      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      MBSS      228     04:00PM-06:00PM         W           Maxson, W
    MATH       1710     002      10722     LEC      Pre-Calculus Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      227     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          LaPrise, J
    MATH       1720     001      10724     LEC      Pre-Calculus Trigonometry                    3.0      MBSS      228     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Bowman, T
    MATH       1720     002      10726     LEC      Pre-Calculus Trigonometry                    3.0      MBSS      203     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Romines, J
    MATH       1830     001      10727     LEC      Calculus A                                   3.0      MBSS      225     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Dell’Isola, I
    MATH       1830     002      10728     LEC      Calculus A                                   3.0      MBSS      203     04:20PM-05:45PM         TR          Dell’Isola, I
    MATH       1910     001      10729     LEC      Calculus I                                   4.0      MBSS      244     10:10AM-11:25AM         MWF         Borlaug, V
    MATH       1910     002      10731     LEC      Calculus I                                   4.0      MBSS      226     11:00AM-01:00PM         TR          Knight, J
    MATH       1920     001      10744     LEC      Calculus II                                  4.0      MBSS      226     08:45AM-10:00AM         MWF         Knight, J
    MATH       2050     001      10746     LEC      Probability and Statistical Ap               3.0      MBSS      243     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Romines, J
    MATH       2050     002      10751     LEC      Probability and Statistical Ap               3.0      MBSS      203     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Romines, J
    MATH       2120     001      10756     LEC      Differential Equations                       3.0      MBSS      244     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Borlaug, V


                                                                                                                                                    FAST TRACK - MATH
Note: These accelerated classes meet five days a week for five weeks. Contact the Math Division (423-585-6864) for information about “Fast Track Math”
    DSPM       0700     001      10549     LEC      Basic Mathematics                            3.0      MBSS      242     09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF         Martin, K
                                                                                                                            09:35AM-11:00AM         TR
    DSPM       0700     002      10551     LEC      Basic Mathematics                            3.0      MBSS      225     09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF         TBA
                                                                                                                            09:35AM-11:00AM         TR
    DSPM       0700     003      10553     LEC      Basic Mathematics                            3.0      MBSS      225     09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF         TBA
                                                                                                                            09:35AM-11:00AM         TR
    DSPM       0800     002      10578     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      243     09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF         Mefford, E
                                                                                                                            09:35AM-11:00AM         TR
    DSPM       0800     003      10580     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      242     09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF         Martin, K
                                                                                                                            09:35AM-11:00AM         TR
    DSPM       0800     004      10581     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      MBSS      225     09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF         TBA
                                                                                                                            09:35AM-11:00AM         TR
    DSPM       0850     002      10617     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      228     09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF         Bowman, T
                                                                                                                            09:35AM-11:00AM         TR
    DSPM       0850     003      10618     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      MBSS      243     09:05AM-11:00AM         MWF         Mefford, E
                                                                                                                            09:35AM-11:00AM         TR


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           If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                              CREDIT	   	         	       	                        		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                    HOURS		   BLDG	     ROOM	   															TIMES	    OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    DSPM       0850     004      10619     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                            3.0       MBSS      242     09:05AM-11:00AM          MWF         Martin, K
                                                                                                                                09:35AM-11:00AM          TR
    DSPM       0850     005      10625     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                            3.0       MBSS      225     09:05AM-11:00AM          MWF         TBA
                                                                                                                                09:35AM-11:00AM          TR
    MATH       1530     003      10652     LEC      Probability and Statistics                      3.0       MBSS      228     09:05AM-11:00AM          MWF         Bowman, T
                                                                                                                                09:35AM-11:00AM          TR
    MATH       1530     004      10656     LEC      Probability and Statistics                      3.0       MBSS      228     09:05AM-11:00AM          MWF         Bowman, T
                                                                                                                                09:35AM-11:00AM          TR
    MATH       1530     005      10657     LEC      Probability and Statistics                      3.0       MBSS      225     09:05AM-11:00AM          MWF         TBA
                                                                                                                                09:35AM-11:00AM          TR
    MATH       1630     002      10692     LEC      Finite Mathematics                              3.0       MBSS      243     09:05AM-11:00AM          MWF         Mefford, E
                                                                                                                                09:35AM-11:00AM          TR

DVS EXPRESS - DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
* DSPM        0800     007     10241      LEC       Elementary Algebra                             3.0      MBSS     225      05:30PM-09:30PM         M         Vest, T
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, & March 1. Contact Distance Education (423-585-6938) for information about DVS Express.

* DSPM        0800     012     10243      LEC       Elementary Algebra                              3.0      MBSS     243     05:30PM-09:30PM         R         Martin, K
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets Jan. 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18, and 25. Contact Distance Education (423-585-6938) for information about DVS Express.

* DSPM         0850     011     10244      LEC       Intermediate Algebra                              3.0      MBSS      225     05:30PM-09:30PM           M        Vest, T
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets March 15, 22, 29, April 5, 12, 19, 26, & May 3. Contact Distance Education (423-585-6938) for information about DVS Express.

* DSPM        0850     016     10246      LEC       Intermediate Algebra                              3.0     MBSS      242     05:30PM-09:30PM          R        Martin, K
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets March 4, 18, 25, April 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29. Contact Distance Education (423-585-6938) for information about DVS Express.

MASS COMMUNICATIONS
    MCOM       2030     001      11125     LEC      Reporting                                       3.0       HUM       102     12:45PM-02:10PM          TR          Pratt II, R
    MCOM       2600     001      10654     LEC      Survey of Broadcasting                          3.0       CCEN      206     11:10AM-12:35PM          TR          Pratt II, R

MEDICAL CODING
* MDCD         1030     H91      10973     HYB      Intermediate ICD-9-CM Coding                    3.0       TECH      286     06:00PM-09:05PM          T           Hensley, W
* MDCD         1040     H91      10974     HYB      Adv Coding for Reimbursement                    3.0                         06:00PM-09:05PM          T           Bowlin, P

MEDICAL INSURANCE SPECIALIST
* MDIS         1020     W91      10972     WEB      Insurance Procedures Practicum                  3.0       TECH      286     06:00PM-09:05PM          R           Parker, G

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION
*   MDTR       1030     W91      10966     WEB      Fundamentals of Medical Scienc                  3.0                         TBA                      T           Winkler, A
*   MDTR       1030     W92      10967     WEB      Fundamentals of Medical Scienc                  3.0                         TBA                      T           Winkler, A
*   MDTR       1030     W93      10968     WEB      Fundamentals of Medical Scienc                  3.0                         TBA                      T           Menders, S
*   MDTR       1030     W94      10969     WEB      Fundamentals of Medical Scienc                  3.0                         TBA                      T           Hughes, G
*   MDTR       1040     H91      10970     HYB      Adv Medical Transcription Lab                   5.0       TECH      286     09:05AM-02:05PM          TR          Owens, K
    MDTR       1050     001      10971     CLN      Clinical Practicum                              3.0       TECH      286     TBA                                  Shrader, S

MANAGEMENT
    MGMT       1100     001      10844     LEC      Business Computer Applications                  3.0       TECH      254     11:10AM-12:35PM          TR          TBA
    MGMT       1100     002      10855     LEC      Business Computer Applications                  3.0       TECH      254     06:00PM-09:05PM          T           TBA
*   MGMT       1100     W91      10801     WEB      Business Computer Applications                  3.0                         11:00AM-12:30PM          W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       1100     W92      10819     WEB      Business Computer Applications                  3.0       TECH      254     01:00PM-02:30PM          W           Ross, A
    MGMT       1110     001      10857     LEC      Eltrnc Sprdshts and DB Applic                   3.0       TECH      252     09:35AM-11:00AM          TR          Stockton, K
*   MGMT       1110     W91      10832     WEB      Eltrnc Sprdshts and DB Applic                   3.0                         TBA                                  Nelson, B
*   MGMT       2110     W91      10825     WEB      Adv Wrd Proc and Dsktp Publish                  3.0       TECH      254     03:00PM-04:30PM          W           Ross, A
    MGMT       2210     001      10861     LEC      Princ of Mgmt and Qlty Improvm                  3.0       TECH              11:15AM-12:10PM          MWF         Stockton, K
*   MGMT       2210     W91      10498     WEB      Princ of Mgmt and Qlty Improvm                  3.0       MBSS      106     04:20PM-05:45PM          R           Donahue, J
    MGMT       2500     001      10838     LEC      Pwrpnt Prsnt and Web Page Desg                  3.0       TECH      254     09:35AM-11:00AM          TR          Faust, C
    MGMT       2530     001      10875     LEC      Human Relations                                 3.0       TECH      200     10:00AM-11:05AM          MWF         Stockton, K
    MGMT       2590     001      10856     LEC      Business Presentations                          3.0       TECH      254     06:00PM-09:05PM          T           Clamon, F
    MGMT       2980     001      11035     LEC      Students in Free Enterprise                     2.0       TECH      284     12:00PM-01:00PM          W           TBA

MILITARY SCIENCE
    MILS       1030     001      11178     LEC      Bushcraft Skills                                1.0       MBSS      131     02:30PM-03:30PM          R           TBA

MARKETING
* MKTG         1010     W91      11067     WEB      Marketing Management                            3.0       TECH      252     05:00PM-06:00PM          W                 Hamilton, W

MUSIC
A Non-Refundable $45 per credit hour Special Course Fee will be assessed for each Individual Instruction course.
   MUS     1030    001     11087     LEC       Music Appreciation                         3.0      HUM       132                09:05AM-10:00AM          MWF         Maloy, G
   MUS     1030    002     11089     LEC       Music Appreciation                         3.0      HUM       132                11:10AM-12:35PM          TR          McDonald, A
   MUS     1030    003     11094     LEC       Music Appreciation                         3.0      HUM       132                12:45PM-02:10PM          TR          McCracken, T
   MUS     1030    004     11095     LEC       Music Appreciation                         3.0      HUM       105                02:20PM-03:45PM          TR          McDonald, A
   MUS     1030    005     11098     LEC       Music Appreciation                         3.0      HUM       132                10:10AM-11:05AM          MWF         Ritter, L
   MUS     1040    001     10922     LEC       Ear Training I                             1.0      HUM       121                11:15AM-12:10PM          MW          Werner, W
   MUS     1050    001     10924     LEC       Concert Choir                              1.0      HUM       132                12:20PM-01:15PM          WF          Ritter, L


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                                                Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                  CREDIT	   	       	       	                           		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                        HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	       OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    MUS        1060     001      10926     LEC      College-Community Chorale           1.0       HUM     132     07:00PM-09:00PM             T           Hendricksen, D
    MUS        1090     001      10927     LEC      Jazz Band                           1.0       HUM     121     07:00PM-09:00PM             M           Thomas, M
    MUS        1110     001      10928     LEC      Theory I                            3.0       HUM     121     10:10AM-11:05AM             MWF         Werner, W
    MUS        1610     001      10929     LEC      Class Piano I                       2.0       HUM     119     11:10AM-12:05PM             TR          Maness, M
    MUS        1730     001      10930     LEC      Choral Studies                      1.0       HUM     132     01:25PM-02:20PM             MWF         Ritter, L
    MUS        1810     001      10931     LEC      Class Guitar I                      3.0       HUM     121     11:10AM-12:35PM             TR          Wishard, W
    MUS        1820     001      10932     LEC      Class Guitar II                     3.0       HUM     121     12:45PM-02:10PM             TR          Wishard, W
    MUS        1912     001      10933     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Voice        1.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     Sanford, C
    MUS        1912     002      10934     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Voice        2.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     Sanford, C
    MUS        1922     001      10935     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct-Keyboard       1.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     Maness, M
    MUS        1922     002      10936     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct-Keyboard       2.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     Maness, M
    MUS        1933     001      10937     LEC      Individ Music Instruct-Guitar       1.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     Wishard, W
    MUS        1934     001      10939     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct-Woodwinds      1.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     TBA
    MUS        1934     002      10940     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct-Woodwinds      2.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     TBA
    MUS        1935     001      10941     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Brass        1.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     Shupe, E
    MUS        1935     002      10942     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Brass        2.0       HUM     119     TBA                                     Shupe, E
    MUS        2010     001      10943     LEC      Advanced Ear Training I             1.0       HUM     132     08:00AM-08:55AM             MW          Werner, W
    MUS        2090     001      10944     LEC      College Community Symph Band        1.0       HUM     121     07:00PM-09:00PM             R           Shupe, E
    MUS        2090     001      10944     LEC      College Community Symph Band        1.0       HUM     121     07:00PM-09:00PM             R           Woodruff, G
    MUS        2110     001      10945     LEC      Advanced Theory I                   3.0       HUM     119     09:05AM-10:00AM             MWF         Werner, W
    MUS        2990     001      10946     LEC      Music Problems                      1.0       HUM     132     12:20PM-01:15PM             M           Werner, W
    MUS        2990     002      10947     LEC      Music Problems                      1.0       HUM     121     12:20PM-01:15PM             M           Hendricksen, D

                                                                                                                                                              NURSING
* NURS         1001     001      11360     LEC      Bas Life Sprt for Hlthcare Pro      1.0       TECH    102     TBA                                     TBA
* NURS         1003     W91      11000     WEB      Drug Dosage Calculation             1.0                       TBA                                     Walker, J
* NURS         1004     W91      11003     WEB      Introd to Medical Terminology       1.0       TECH    148     10:10AM-11:05AM             R           Whitehead, V
  NURS         1005     001      11004     LEC      Nursing at the End Of Life          1.0       TECH    102     03:45PM-04:40PM             M           Dobbins, E
* NURS         1006     W91      11005     WEB      Nutrition for Nursing Practice      1.0       TECH    150     08:00AM-08:55AM             R           TBA
* NURS         1100     W91      10984     WEB      Nrsng Concepts and Processes        1.0       TECH    150     03:45PM-04:40PM             W           Whitehead, V
* NURS         1130     V91      10985     VID      Pharmacology                        3.0       TECH    150     12:30PM-03:40PM             M           Dobbins, E
  NURS         1150     001      10986     CLN      Nursing Skills                      1.0       TECH    102     09:00AM-04:30PM             T           Brewer, R
  NURS         1150     002      11361     CLN      Nursing Skills                      1.0       TECH    102     TBA                                     Brewer, R
* NURS         1160     V91      10987     VID      Introduction to Nursing Proces      4.0       TECH    150     12:30PM-03:40PM             W           Brewer, R
  NURS         1161     001      10988     CLN      Intro to Nrsng Process Lab          -                         TBA                                     Brewer, R
* NURS         2600     V91      10989     VID      Nursing Process I                   10.0      TECH    150     09:00AM-12:00PM             W           Cooper, T
* NURS         2600     V91      10989     VID      Nursing Process I                   10.0      TECH    150     09:30AM-12:30PM             R           Cooper, T
  NURS         2601     001      10990     CLN      Nursing Process I Lab               -                         TBA                                     Cooper, T
* NURS         2610     V91      10991     VID      Nursing Process II                  10.0      TECH    150     09:00AM-12:00PM             MF          McNeely, B
  NURS         2611     001      10992     CLN      Nursing Process II Lab              -                         TBA                                     McNeely, B
* NURS         2620     V91      10993     VID      Nursing Process III                 5.0       TECH    150     09:00AM-12:00PM             T           Boruff, S
  NURS         2621     001      10994     CLN      Nursing Process III Lab             -         TECH    150     01:00PM-03:00PM             T           Boruff, S
  NURS         2621     001      10994     CLN      Nursing Process III Lab             -         TECH    150     TBA                                     Boruff, S
  NURS         2630     001      10995     LEC      Nursing Process IV                  4.0       TECH    102     09:00AM-11:00AM             R           Steck, S
  NURS         2630     002      10996     LEC      Nursing Process IV                  4.0                       12:30PM-02:30PM             R           Russell, R
  NURS         2631     001      10997     CLN      Nursing Process IV Lab              -                         TBA                                     Steck, S
  NURS         2631     002      10998     CLN      Nursing Process IV Lab              -                         TBA                                     Russell, R
  NURS         2990     001      11006     LEC      Special Problems in Nursing         1.0       TECH    148     08:00AM-08:50AM             W           Brewer, R

                                                                                                                                            PARALEGAL STUDIES
    LAW        1110     001      10161     LEC      Intro to Paralegal Practice         4.0       TECH    204     05:50PM-09:50PM             M           Rhea, G
    LAW        1120     001      10163     LEC      Legal Research and Wrtng Skls       4.0       TECH    204     05:50PM-09:50PM             W           Rhea, G
    LAW        1140     001      10167     LEC      Torts Wrkrs Comp and Empl Law       4.0       TECH    204     05:50PM-09:50PM             T           Campbell, K
*   LAW        1150     W91      10903     WEB      Contract Law                        2.0                       TBA                                     Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1160     W91      10907     WEB      Business Organizations              2.0                       TBA                                     Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1170     W91      10911     WEB      Real Prpty Law and Ttl Srch         2.0                       TBA                                     Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1180     W91      10915     WEB      Wills Trusts and Estate Admin       2.0                       TBA                                     Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1185     W91      10919     WEB      Dbtr-Crdtr Rel and Bnkrpt Law       2.0                       TBA                                     Brummerstedt, P
    LAW        2010     001      10165     LEC      Crim Litigation and Procedure       3.0                       05:50PM-08:50PM             R           Hunsucker, P
    LAW        2040     001      10168     LEC      Legal Externship                    1.0                       TBA                                     Brummerstedt, P
    LAW        2050     001      11068     LEC      Legal Writing Skills                1.0                       TBA                                     Brummerstedt, P

                                                                                                                                          PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
* PHAR         1000     H91      10958     HYB      Pharm Orient Anat and Med Term      2.0       TECH    120     01:25PM-03:30PM             W           Elkins, A
  PHAR         1030     001      10959     LEC      Pharmacology and Therapeutics       3.0       TECH    120     09:00AM-10:35AM             TR          Brown, K
  PHAR         1050     001      10960     LEC      Principles of Pharmacy Practic      3.0       TECH    120     11:00AM-12:35PM             TR          Brown, K
  PHAR         1060     001      10961     LEC      Sterile Products Technology         2.0       TECH    120     01:25PM-02:35PM             T           Brown, K
  PHAR         1061     001      10962     LAB      Sterile Products Technol Lab        -         TECH    120     01:25PM-03:35PM             R           Brown, K
* PHAR         1070     H91      10963     HYB      Pharm Jurisprudence and Ethics      2.0       TECH    120     10:10AM-12:10PM             W           Brown, K
  PHAR         2055     001      10964     LEC      Institutional Pharmacy Practic      3.0                       TBA                                     Brown, K
  PHAR         2080     001      10965     LEC      Retail Pharmacy Practice            3.0                       TBA                                     Brown, K

                                                                                                                                           PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  PHED         1140     001      10501     LEC      Fitness for Life                    2.0       CCEN    GYM     06:00PM-09:05PM             M           Denton, W
  PHED         1810     001      10502     LEC      Karate                              1.0       CCEN    GYM     06:00PM-08:00PM             T           Johns, M
  PHED         2000     001      10504     LEC      Personal Wellness                   3.0       MBSS    122     11:15AM-12:10PM             MWF         Jenkins, C
* PHED         2000     H91      10505     HYB      Personal Wellness                   3.0       MBSS    122     06:00PM-09:05PM             R           Jenkins, C


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                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                   CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                         HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    PHED       2110     001      10506     LEC      Human Motor Behavior                 3.0       MBSS    122     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Jenkins, C
    PHED       2810     001      10507     LEC      Skls Tch Elem Act Mvmnt Educ         3.0       CCEN    GYM     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Lambert, J

PHILOSOPHY
  PHIL         1030     001      10790     LEC      Human Nature and Life                3.0       HUM     101     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Olive, D
* PHIL         1030     W91      10806     WEB      Human Nature and Life                3.0                       TBA                                 Bock, G
* PHIL         1600     H91      10785     HYB      Issues in Philosophy                 3.0       HUM     101     11:15AM-12:10PM         MW          Bock, G
  PHIL         2020     001      10786     LEC      Self and Values                      3.0       HUM     101     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Acquaviva, G
  PHIL         2210     001      10787     LEC      Religions and Cultures               3.0       HUM     101     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Acquaviva, G
  PHIL         2210     002      10793     LEC      Religions and Cultures               3.0       HUM     101     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Bock, G
  PHIL         2400     001      10784     LEC      Introduction to Ethics               3.0       HUM     101     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Bock, G
* PHIL         2400     W91      10798     WEB      Introduction to Ethics               3.0                       TBA                                 Bock, G

PHYSICS
A Non-Refundable $ 15.00 Natural Science Course Fee will be assessed for each LAB course.
* PHYS     2010     W91 11188        WEB      General Physics I                         4.0                        TBA                                 de Silva, E
* PHYS     2021     H91    11189     HYB      General Physics I Lab                     -          NSCI    103     06:00PM-09:00PM         W           de Silva, E
   PHYS    2020     001    11109     LEC      General Physics II                        4.0        NSCI    103     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Morgan, S
   PHYS    2020     002    11111     LEC      General Physics II                        4.0        NSCI    103     06:00PM-09:00PM         T           de Silva, E
   PHYS    2021     001    11110     LAB      General Physics II Lab                    -          NSCI    103     01:00PM-03:45PM         R           Morgan, S
   PHYS    2021     002    11112     LAB      General Physics II Lab                    -          NSCI    103     06:00PM-09:00PM         R           de Silva, E
   PHYS    2120     001    11113     LEC      Physics II                                4.0        NSCI    103     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Morgan, S
   PHYS    2121     001    11114     LAB      Physics II Lab                            -          NSCI    103     01:00PM-03:45PM         M           Morgan, S
   PHYS    2220     001    11117     LEC      Dynamics (with Calculus)                  4.0        NSCI    103     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Morgan, S
                                                                                                   NSCI    103     01:00PM-02:00PM         W
POLITICAL SCIENCE
    POLI       2010     001      10456     LEC      Intro to Political Science           3.0       MBSS    130     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Foutch, L

PHYSICAL SCIENCE
    PSCI       1030     001      11107     LEC      Concepts Earth and Space Sci         4.0       NSCI    103     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Swann, A
    PSCI       1031     001      11108     LAB      Cncpts Earth Sp Sci Lab              -         NSCI    103     01:00PM-03:45PM         T           Swann, A

PSYCHOLOGY
  PSYC         1310     001      10319     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    124     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Hall, S
  PSYC         1310     002      10321     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    125     08:00AM-08:55AM         MWF         Woods, C
  PSYC         1310     003      10322     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    125     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Woods, C
  PSYC         1310     004      10324     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    125     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Jarnagin, W
  PSYC         1310     005      10326     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    124     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Hall, S
  PSYC         1310     006      10328     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    124     01:55PM-03:20PM         MW          Hall, S
  PSYC         1310     007      10331     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    125     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Wu, C
  PSYC         1310     008      10334     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    131     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Horton, J
  PSYC         1310     009      10351     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       MBSS    125     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Goad, S
* PSYC         1310     W91      10349     WEB      Introduction to Psychology           3.0                       06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Wu, C
* PSYC         2240     W91      10356     WEB      Social Psychology                    3.0                       06:00PM-09:05PM         F           Wu, C
  PSYC         2310     001      10357     LEC      Abnormal Psychology                  3.0       MBSS    125     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Jarnagin, W
  PSYC         2320     001      10665     LEC      The Psychology of Helping            3.0       MBSS    102     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Wu, C
  PSYC         2420     001      10359     LEC      Development Across the Lifespn       3.0       MBSS    124     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Hall, S
  PSYC         2420     002      10361     LEC      Development Across the Lifespn       3.0       MBSS    125     01:55PM-03:20PM         MW          Jarnagin, W
  PSYC         2420     003      10362     LEC      Development Across the Lifespn       3.0       MBSS    124     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Hall, S
* PSYC         2420     W91      10366     WEB      Development Across the Lifespn       3.0                       06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Wu, C

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT
    PTA        1200     001      10949     LEC      Orthopedic Conditions                6.0       TECH    142     08:00AM-12:30PM         F           Miller, M
    PTA        1201     001      10950     LAB      Orthopedic Conditions Lab            -         TECH    142     08:00AM-12:00PM         T           Miller, M
    PTA        1201     001      10950     LAB      Orthopedic Conditions Lab            -         TECH    142     01:00PM-04:00PM         T           Miller, M
    PTA        1300     001      10951     LEC      Neurological Conditions I            3.0       TECH    108B    08:00AM-12:00PM         R           Clark, N
    PTA        1301     001      10952     LAB      Neurological Conditions I Lab        -         TECH    142     01:00PM-04:00PM         R           Clark, N
    PTA        1331     001      10953     CLN      Clinical I                           2.0                       TBA                                 Miller, M
    PTA        2431     001      10954     CLN      Clinical III                         4.0                       TBA                                 Lowdermilk, M
    PTA        2500     001      10955     LEC      Correlative PTA Procedures           3.0                       TBA                                 Lowdermilk, M
    PTA        2501     001      10956     LAB      Correlative PTA Proced Lab           -                         TBA                                 Lowdermilk, M
    PTA        2531     001      10957     CLN      Clinical IV                          6.0                       TBA                                 Clark, N

READING / DEVELOPMENTAL READING
    DSPR       0700     002      10548     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       CCEN    216     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Conry, R
    DSPR       0700     003      10560     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       CCEN    216     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Conry, R
    DSPR       0700     004      10563     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       CCEN    216     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           TBA
    DSPR       0700     005      10566     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       CCEN    216     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Wolford, W
    DSPR       0700     006      10568     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       CCEN    216     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Wolford, W
    DSPR       0700     007      10574     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       CCEN    216     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Conry, R
    DSPR       0800     002      10558     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       CCEN    216     09:05AM-10:00AM         MWF         Conry, R
    DSPR       0800     003      10561     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       CCEN    216     10:10AM-11:05AM         MWF         Conry, R
    DSPR       0800     004      10564     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       CCEN    216     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           TBA
    DSPR       0800     005      10567     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       CCEN    216     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Wolford, W
    DSPR       0800     006      10571     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       CCEN    216     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Wolford, W
    DSPR       0800     007      10576     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       CCEN    216     11:15AM-12:10PM         MWF         Conry, R


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                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                         CREDIT	   	         	       	                           		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                               HOURS		   BLDG	     ROOM	   															TIMES	       OF	WEEK	     INSTRUCTOR

                                                                                                                                                   DVS EXPRESS - READING
* DSPR        0800     001     10083      LEC       Developmental Reading                        3.0       CCEN     206     05:30PM-09:30PM         T         Meade, D
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets February 23, March 2, 16, 23, and 30. Contact Distance Education (423-585-6938) for information about DVS Express.

                                                                                                                                                                   REAL ESTATE
* RELS         2110     V91      10220     VID      Real Estate Principles I                    4.0      MBSS      223     06:00PM-10:05PM             R            Nichols, W
  RELS         2120     001      10222     LEC      Real Estate Principles II                   2.0      TECH      200     06:00PM-10:05PM             M            Nichols, W

                                                                                                                                                                    SOCIOLOGY
    SOCI       1020     001      10388     LEC      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc               3.0      MBSS      102     09:05AM-10:00AM             MWF          Baker, C
    SOCI       1020     002      10389     LEC      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc               3.0      MBSS      102     01:55PM-02:50PM             MWF          Dixon, J
    SOCI       1020     003      10390     LEC      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc               3.0      MBSS      102     09:35AM-11:00AM             TR           Dixon, J
*   SOCI       1020     V91      10392     VID      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc               3.0      MBSS      223     12:45PM-02:10PM             TR           Dixon, J
*   SOCI       1020     W91      10398     WEB      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc               3.0      MBSS      106     02:55PM-06:00PM             T            Baker, C
*   SOCI       1020     W92      10403     WEB      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc               3.0      MBSS      106     06:00PM-09:05PM             T            Baker, C
*   SOCI       1240     H91      10409     HYB      Intro to Cultural Anthropology              3.0      MBSS      102     12:45PM-02:10PM             TR           Baker, C
*   SOCI       2020     H91      10411     HYB      Social Problems and Hum Values              3.0      MBSS      102     02:20PM-03:45PM             TR           Dixon, J

                                                                                                                                                              SOCIAL WORK
    SOWK       1010     001      10508     LEC      Introduction to Social Work                 3.0      MBSS      102     06:00PM-09:05PM             T            Dubois, A

                                                                                                                                                                         SPANISH
  SPAN         1000     001      10890     LEC      Begin Conversational Span I                 3.0      HUM       104     06:00PM-09:05PM             M            TBA
  SPAN         1010     001      10891     LEC      Elementary Spanish I                        3.0      HUM       101     08:00AM-09:25AM             TR           Mitrik, M
  SPAN         1020     001      10892     LEC      Elementary Spanish II                       3.0      HUM       101     08:00AM-08:55AM             MWF          Mitrik, M
  SPAN         1020     002      10893     LEC      Elementary Spanish II                       3.0      HUM       101     12:45PM-02:10PM             TR           Mitrik, M
  SPAN         1020     003      10894     LEC      Elementary Spanish II                       3.0      HUM       101     06:00PM-09:05PM             T            TBA
* SPAN         1020     H91      10897     HYB      Elementary Spanish II                       3.0      HUM       101     01:55PM-02:50PM             MW           Mitrik, M
  SPAN         2020     001      10895     LEC      Intermediate Spanish II                     3.0      HUM       101     12:20PM-01:45PM             MW           Mitrik, M
  SPAN         2020     002      11123     LEC      Intermediate Spanish II                     3.0      HUM       101     06:00PM-09:05PM             M            TBA
* SPAN         2900     V91      10896     VID      Spanish Topics for Healthcare               1.0      TECH      150     05:00PM-07:00PM             R            TBA

                                                                                                                                                                         SPEECH
    SPCH       2000     001      10667     LEC      Forensics                                   1.0      HUM       104     03:00PM-05:00PM             W            Nimick, M
    SPCH       2010     001      10678     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     09:05AM-10:00AM             MWF          McAvoy, M
    SPCH       2010     002      10681     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     10:10AM-11:05AM             MWF          McAvoy, M
    SPCH       2010     003      10682     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       101     10:10AM-11:05AM             MWF          Nimick, M
    SPCH       2010     004      10684     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     11:15AM-12:10PM             MWF          Nimick, M
    SPCH       2010     005      10686     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     01:55PM-02:50PM             MWF          Clifton, L
    SPCH       2010     006      10689     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     12:20PM-01:45PM             MF           Pratt II, R
    SPCH       2010     007      10693     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     09:35AM-11:00AM             TR           Nimick, M
    SPCH       2010     008      10695     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       104     09:35AM-11:00AM             TR           Clifton, L
    SPCH       2010     009      10696     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     11:10AM-12:35PM             TR           Clifton, L
    SPCH       2010     010      10700     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     12:45PM-02:10PM             TR           TBA
    SPCH       2010     011      10705     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     06:00PM-09:05PM             T            Clifton, L
    SPCH       2010     012      10708     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     06:00PM-09:05PM             R            Ringer, R
    SPCH       2010     013      10712     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       103     09:00AM-12:05PM             S            TBA
    SPCH       2020     001      10662     LEC      Advanced Speech Communication               3.0      HUM       104     01:00PM-04:00PM             T            Nimick, M
    SPCH       2030     001      10669     LEC      Debate                                      3.0      HUM       104     01:00PM-03:00PM             W            Nimick, M
    SPCH       2040     001      10674     LEC      Interpersonal Communication                 3.0      HUM       104     12:20PM-01:45PM             MF           Nimick, M

                                                                                                                                                      SPECIAL EDUCATION
    SPED       2010     001      10518     LEC      Introduction to Special Educat              3.0      MBSS      129     02:20PM-03:45PM             TR           Mandracchia, E
    SPED       2010     002      11177     LEC      Introduction to Special Educat              3.0      MBSS      131     06:00PM-09:05PM             W            Puckett, N

                                                                                                                                                                        THEATRE
    THEA       1030     001      10530     LEC      Introduction to Theatre                     3.0      HUM       104     11:10AM-12:35PM             TR           Maloy, G
    THEA       1030     002      10531     LEC      Introduction to Theatre                     3.0      HUM       105     10:10AM-11:05AM             MWF          Maloy, G
    THEA       1210     001      10542     LEC      Voice and Physical Preparation              3.0      HUM       132     02:20PM-03:45PM             TR           Maloy, G
    THEA       2430     001      10540     LEC      Stagecraft                                  3.0                        01:55PM-03:25PM             MW           Maloy, G
    THEA       2500     001      10543     LEC      Major Production                            1.0                        TBA                                      Maloy, G
    THEA       2990     001      10544     LEC      Theatre Problems                            1.0                        TBA                                      Maloy, G




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                                 OFF CAMPUS COURSES
    BLDG/ROOM:                                                                           Day class is offered:            SECTION NUMBERS:
    CCEN - College Center (Main)                  ACAD - Cates Cutshall Hall (Sevier)    M - Monday                       H11-H94 - Hybrid Course
    HUM - Humanities (Main)                       CAPE - Conner Short Center (Sevier)    T - Tuesday                      T11-T91 - Telecourse
    MBSS - Mathematics &                          MMH - Maples Marshall Hall (Sevier)    W - Wednesday                    V11-V94 - Video Streaming Course
     Behavior/Social Science (Main)                                                      R - Thursday                     W11-W94 - WSCC Web-based Course
    NSCI - Natural Science (Main)                 WSCE - Claiborne Extension             F - Friday
    PSC - Public Safety Center (Main)             WSGC - Greene County Center            S - Saturday                     R__ - Regents Online Degree Course
    TECH - Technology Education (Main)                                                   U - Sunday
                                                  TBA - To Be Announced                  TBA - To be Announced

    Walters State Community College - GREENE COUNTY CENTER
                                                               January 14 - May 7, 2010
           If you have a class that is identified with an * please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
                COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                  CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	    SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                        HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

ACCOUNTING
  ACCT          2110     121      11027     LEC      Introductory Accounting I            3.0      WSGC            06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Lucas, B
* ACCT          2110     W21      10202     WEB      Introductory Accounting I            3.0      TECH    254     02:00PM-04:00PM         T           Barnett, W
  ACCT          2120     121      11028     LEC      Introductory Accounting II           3.0      WSGC    236     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Love, J

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT
     ADOA       1010     121      10012     LEC      Document Preparation I               3.0      WSGC    407     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Roberts, N
     ADOA       1020     121      10013     LEC      Document Preparation II              3.0      WSGC    407     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Roberts, N
     ADOA       1040     121      10014     LEC      Keyboarding                          3.0      WSGC    407     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Roberts, N

ART
     ART        2040     121      10015     LEC      Art History I                        3.0      WSGC    307     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Feathers, A

BIOLOGY
A Non-Refundable $15 Natural Science Course Fee will be assessed for each LAB course.
   BIOL    1020    121    10295     LEC      General Biology II                           3.0      WSGC    246     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Parman-Ryans, J
   BIOL    1020    122    10298     LEC      General Biology II                           3.0      WSGC    112     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Goodfriend, E
   BIOL    1021    121    10300     LAB      General Biology II Lab                       1.0      WSGC    246     01:00PM-02:50PM         W           Parman-Ryans, J
   BIOL    1021    122    10302     LAB      General Biology II Lab                       1.0      WSGC    246     06:00PM-07:50PM         W           Goodfriend, E
   BIOL    2010    121    10342     LEC      Hum Anat and Phys I                          3.0      WSGC    246     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          Parman-Ryans, J
   BIOL    2011    121    10343     LAB      Hum Anat and Phys I Lab                      1.0      WSGC    246     01:00PM-03:45PM         M           Parman-Ryans, J
   BIOL    2020    121    10528     LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                         3.0      WSGC    246     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Wilhoit, J
   BIOL    2020    122    10529     LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                         3.0      WSGC    246     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Amoss, M
   BIOL    2020    123    10532     LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                         3.0      WSGC    246     09:00AM-11:55AM         F           Wilhoit, J
   BIOL    2021    121    10534     LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                     1.0      WSGC    246     01:00PM-03:45PM         R           Wilhoit, J
   BIOL    2021    122    10535     LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                     1.0      WSGC    246     06:00PM-08:50PM         R           Amoss, M
   BIOL    2021    123    10536     LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                     1.0      WSGC    246     12:15PM-03:00PM         F           Wilhoit, J
   BIOL    2230    121    11077     LEC      Intro to Microbiology                        3.0      WSGC    117     06:00PM-07:30PM         MW          Parman-Ryans, J
   BIOL    2231    121    11078     LAB      Introd to Microbiology Lab                   1.0      WSGC    106     07:35PM-09:00PM         MW          Parman-Ryans, J

BUSINESS
  BUSN          1010     121      11165     LEC      Introduction to Business             3.0      WSGC    236     08:00AM-09:25AM         MW          TBA
* BUSN          1010     W21      11062     WEB      Introduction to Business             3.0      TECH    252     05:00PM-06:00PM         W           Hamilton, W
* BUSN          1310     W21      11054     WEB      Business Commun and Corres           3.0      LIB     201     06:00PM-07:00PM         R           Bach, O
* BUSN          2510     W21      10921     WEB      Legal Environment of Business        3.0                      TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P

COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCE
  CPSC          1100     121      10395     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0      WSGC    408     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          Todaro, P
  CPSC          1100     122      10396     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0      WSGC    408     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Todaro, P
  CPSC          1100     123      10414     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0      WSGC    408     07:45AM-09:10AM         TR          Todaro, P
  CPSC          1100     124      10420     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0      WSGC    408     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Shults, P
* CPSC          1100     H21      10422     HYB      Using Information Technology         3.0      WSGC    408     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Bell, J
* CPSC          1100     H22      10841     HYB      Using Information Technology         3.0      WSGC    407     05:00PM-06:00PM         MTR         Judd, J
* CPSC          1100     W21      10433     WEB      Using Information Technology         3.0      WSGC    408     01:00PM-04:05PM         S           Todaro, P

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
* CRJT          1010     V21      10033     VID      Overview of Criminal Justice         3.0      WSGC    209     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Fox, R
* CRJT          1230     W21      11166     WEB      Domestic Terrorism                   3.0                      TBA                                 Bryant, A

DEVELOPMENTAL MATH
*** SEE MATH SECTION BELOW ***



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           If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                   CREDIT	   	       	        	                             		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                         HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	    															TIMES	         OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

                                                                                                                                            DEVELOPMENTAL READING
                                                                                                                                      *** SEE READING SECTION BELOW ***


                                                                                                                                              LEARNING STRATEGIES
                                                                                                                                 *** SEE EDUCATION SECTION BELOW ***


                                                                                                                                            DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
                                                                                                                                      *** SEE ENGLISH SECTION BELOW ***


                                                                                                                               EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
* ECED         2020     W21      10512     WEB      Infant Toddler Child Developmn       3.0                        TBA                                       Stooksbury, K

                                                                                                                                                              ECONOMICS
* ECON         2110     W21      11040     WEB      Principles of Economics I            4.0       LIB     201      06:00PM-07:00PM               R           Bach, O
* ECON         2120     W21      11058     WEB      Principles of Economics II           2.0       TECH    252      11:00AM-12:00PM               F           Deavours, S

                                                                                                                   EDUCATION / LEARNING STRATEGIES
  DSPS         0800     121      11029     LEC      Learning Strategies                  3.0       WSGC    236      12:45PM-02:10PM               TR          Webb, R
  DSPS         0800     122      11030     LEC      Learning Strategies                  3.0       WSGC    112      06:00PM-09:05PM               T           Dixon, M
* DSPS         0800     W21      10474     WEB      Learning Strategies                  3.0       MBSS    106      02:20PM-03:45PM               R           Donahue, J
* EDUC         1010     W21      10483     WEB      The Freshman Experience              1.0       MBSS    106      02:20PM-03:45PM               F           Donahue, J
  EDUC         2300     121      11032     LEC      Intro to Education                   3.0       WSGC    208      06:00PM-09:05PM               R           Westerman, J

                                                                                                                   ENGLISH / DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
    DSPW       0700     121      10487     LEC      Basic Writing                        3.0       WSGC             03:55PM-05:20PM               TR          Wilhoit, V
    DSPW       0800     121      10468     LEC      Developmental Writing                3.0       WSGC             11:10AM-12:35PM               TR          McCallister, L
    DSPW       0800     122      10488     LEC      Developmental Writing                3.0       WSGC             06:00PM-09:05PM               M           Wilhoit, V
    ENGL       1010     121      10489     LEC      Composition I                        3.0       WSGC             06:00PM-09:05PM               T           Wilhoit, V
*   ENGL       1010     H21      10469     HYB      Composition I                        3.0       WSGC             11:10AM-12:35PM               MW          McCallister, L
*   ENGL       1010     H22      10470     HYB      Composition I                        3.0       WSGC             09:35AM-11:00AM               TR          McCallister, L
*   ENGL       1010     W21      10778     WEB      Composition I                        3.0                        TBA                                       Rouse, V
    ENGL       1020     121      10475     LEC      Composition II                       3.0       WSGC             06:00PM-09:05PM               W           Wilhoit, V
*   ENGL       1020     H22      10477     HYB      Composition II                       3.0       WSGC             08:00AM-09:25AM               MW          Kerr, K
*   ENGL       1020     H23      10479     HYB      Composition II                       3.0       WSGC             11:10AM-12:35PM               MW          Kerr, K
*   ENGL       1020     H24      10481     HYB      Composition II                       3.0       WSGC             09:35AM-11:00AM               TR          Kerr, K
*   ENGL       1020     H25      10471     HYB      Composition II                       3.0       WSGC             06:00PM-09:05PM               T           McCallister, L
*   ENGL       1020     H26      11359     HYB      Composition II                       3.0       WSGC    100      09:00AM-12:05PM               S           Westerman, J
*   ENGL       1020     W21      10779     WEB      Composition II                       3.0                        TBA                                       Jacobs, S
*   ENGL       2110     W21      10780     WEB      American Literature I                3.0                        TBA                                       Jacobs, S
*   ENGL       2120     H21      10482     HYB      American Literature II               3.0       WSGC             06:00PM-09:05PM               M           Kerr, K
*   ENGL       2410     H21      10473     HYB      Western World Literature I           3.0       WSGC             08:00AM-09:25AM               TR          McCallister, L
*   ENGL       2410     W21      10781     WEB      Western World Literature I           3.0                        TBA                                       Owens, C
*   ENGL       2810     W21      10846     WEB      Creative Writing I                   3.0                        TBA                                       Conry, R
*   ENGL       2820     W21      10850     WEB      Creative Writing II                  3.0                        TBA                                       Conry, R
*   ENGL       2990     W21      10851     WEB      English Problems                     3.0                        TBA                                       Conry, R

                                                                                                                                                                   FRENCH
FREN           1020     121      10093     LEC      Elementary French II                 3.0       WSGC    208      08:00AM-11:00AM               R           Weems, A

                                                                                                                                                              GEOGRAPHY
* GEOG         1013     H21      10018     HYB      World Geography I                    3.0       WSGC    208      04:20PM-05:45PM               TR          Hardin, G

                                                                                                                                                                  GERMAN
* GERM         1020     V21      10026     VID      Elementary German II                 3.0       WSGC    209      06:00PM-09:05PM               M           Schmidt, C

                                                                                                                                                                   HISTORY
  HIST         1120     121      10804     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II        3.0       WSGC    307      12:45PM-02:10PM               MW          Smith, L
  HIST         2010     121      10805     LEC      American History I                   3.0       WSGC    307      11:10AM-12:35PM               TR          TBA
  HIST         2010     122      10807     LEC      American History I                   3.0       WSGC    307      06:00PM-09:05PM               T           TBA
  HIST         2020     121      10799     LEC      American History II                  3.0       WSGC    307      09:35AM-11:00AM               MW          Smith, L
  HIST         2020     122      10802     LEC      American History II                  3.0       WSGC    307      09:35AM-11:00AM               TR          Smith, L
* HIST         2020     H21      10797     HYB      American History II                  3.0       WSGC    307      07:45AM-09:10AM               MW          Smith, L
* HIST         2020     H22      10803     HYB      American History II                  3.0       WSGC    307      01:55PM-03:20PM               TR          Smith, L

                                                                                                                                                                    HEALTH
    HLTH       2310     121      10025     LEC      Safety and First Aid                 3.0       WSGC    100      06:00PM-09:05PM               M           Stanifer, L

                                                                                                                                                              HUMANITIES
* HUM          2010     H21      10484     HYB      Humanities: Human Advntur I          3.0       WSGC    112      09:35AM-11:00AM               MW          Kerr, K



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           If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                    CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                          HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - MANUFACTURING
* ITMF         1810     V21      11163     VID      Industrial Supervision                 3.0      WSGC            05:00PM-07:45PM         T           TBA

MATHEMATICS / DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
    DSPM       0700     121      10095     LEC      Basic Mathematics                      3.0      WSGC    226     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Reaves, K
    DSPM       0800     121      10096     LEC      Elementary Algebra                     3.0      WSGC    226     12:45PM-02:10PM         MW          Bangurah, F
    DSPM       0800     122      10097     LEC      Elementary Algebra                     3.0      WSGC    226     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Bangurah, F
    DSPM       0800     123      10098     LEC      Elementary Algebra                     3.0      WSGC    117     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Bangurah, F
    DSPM       0850     121      10099     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                   3.0      WSGC    117     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Moneyhun, K
    DSPM       0850     122      10100     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                   3.0      WSGC    226     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Moneyhun, K
    DSPM       0850     123      10101     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                   3.0      WSGC    226     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Bangurah, F
    MATH       1410     121      10102     LEC      Number Cncpts and Algeb Struct         3.0      WSGC    112     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Moneyhun, K
    MATH       1530     121      10103     LEC      Probability and Statistics             3.0      WSGC    226     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Bangurah, F
    MATH       1530     122      10105     LEC      Probability and Statistics             3.0      WSGC    226     07:45AM-09:10AM         TR          Moneyhun, K
    MATH       1530     123      10106     LEC      Probability and Statistics             3.0      WSGC    226     04:20PM-05:45PM         TR          Moneyhun, K
    MATH       1630     121      10107     LEC      Finite Mathematics                     3.0      WSGC    226     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA

MANAGEMENT
*   MGMT       1100     W21      10795     WEB      Business Computer Applications         3.0      TECH    254     11:00AM-12:30PM         W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       1100     W22      10815     WEB      Business Computer Applications         3.0      TECH    254     01:00PM-02:30PM         W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       1110     W21      10829     WEB      Eltrnc Sprdshts and DB Applic          3.0      TECH    254     05:30PM-06:30PM         R           Nelson, B
*   MGMT       2110     W21      10822     WEB      Adv Wrd Proc and Dsktp Publish         3.0      TECH    254     03:00PM-04:30PM         W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       2210     W21      10496     WEB      Princ of Mgmt and Qlty Improvm         3.0      MBSS    106     04:20PM-05:45PM         R           Donahue, J
    MGMT       2530     121      11038     LEC      Human Relations                        3.0      WSGC    234     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Roark, R

MARKETING
* MKTG         1010     W21      11065     WEB      Marketing Management                   3.0      TECH    252     05:00PM-06:00PM         W           Hamilton, W

MUSIC
A Non-Refundable $45 per credit hour Special Course Fee will be assessed for each Individual Instruction course.
* MUS      1030    H21     11039     HYB       Music Appreciation                         3.0      WSGC      117    02:20PM-05:25PM         R           TBA
* MUS      1030    W21 10948         WEB       Music Appreciation                         3.0                       TBA                                 Ritter, L

NURSING
* NURS         1003     W93      11002     WEB      Drug Dosage Calculation                1.0                      TBA                                 Walker, J
* NURS         2610     V21      11008     VID      Nursing Process II                     10.0     WSGC    424     09:00AM-12:00PM         MF          Brown, R
  NURS         2611     121      11010     CLN      Nursing Process II Lab                 -                        TBA                                 Brown, R
* NURS         2620     V21      11011     VID      Nursing Process III                    5.0      WSGC    424     09:00AM-12:00PM         T           Jones, K
  NURS         2621     121      11012     CLN      Nursing Process III Lab                -        WSGC    424     01:00PM-03:00PM         T           Jones, K
  NURS         2621     121      11012     CLN      Nursing Process III Lab                -                        TBA                                 Jones, K
  NURS         2630     121      11013     LEC      Nursing Process IV                     4.0      WSGC    424     10:00AM-12:00PM         R           Jones, K
  NURS         2630     122      11014     LEC      Nursing Process IV                     4.0      WSGC    424     01:00PM-03:00PM         R           Jones, K
  NURS         2631     121      11015     CLN      Nursing Process IV Lab                 -        WSGC    424     TBA                                 Jones, K

PARALEGAL STUDIES
*   LAW        1150     W21      10900     WEB      Contract Law                           2.0                      TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1160     W21      10905     WEB      Business Organizations                 2.0                      TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1170     W21      10909     WEB      Real Prpty Law and Ttl Srch            2.0                      TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1180     W21      10913     WEB      Wills Trusts and Estate Admin          2.0                      TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1185     W21      10917     WEB      Dbtr-Crdtr Rel and Bnkrpt Law          2.0                      TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    PHED       1010     121      10028     LEC      Physical Conditioning                  1.0      WSGC            03:30PM-05:30PM         W           Daniels, A
    PHED       1137     121      10029     LEC      Power Walking                          1.0      WSGC    234     03:55PM-05:55PM         M           Daniels, A

PHILOSOPHY
  PHIL         1030     121      10030     LEC      Human Nature and Life                  3.0      WSGC    100     02:20PM-05:25PM         W           Cervantez, J
* PHIL         2210     W21      10035     WEB      Religions and Cultures                 3.0      WSGC    100     TBA                                 Cervantez, J
  PHIL         2400     121      10031     LEC      Introduction to Ethics                 3.0      WSGC    100     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Cervantez, J

POLITICAL SCIENCE
    POLI       2010     121      11041     LEC      Intro to Political Science             3.0      WSGC            06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Galloway, D

PSYCHOLOGY
    PSYC       1310     121      11043     LEC      Introduction to Psychology             3.0      WSGC    112     07:45AM-09:10AM         TR          Jarnagin, W
    PSYC       1310     122      11042     LEC      Introduction to Psychology             3.0      WSGC    112     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Jarnagin, W
*   PSYC       1310     H21      11044     HYB      Introduction to Psychology             3.0      WSGC    100     01:30PM-05:35PM                     Seaton, S
*   PSYC       1310     H22      11045     HYB      Introduction to Psychology             3.0      WSGC            06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Tweed, S
*   PSYC       1310     W21      10346     WEB      Introduction to Psychology             3.0                      06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Wu, C
*   PSYC       2240     W21      10354     WEB      Social Psychology                      3.0                      06:00PM-09:05PM         F           Wu, C
    PSYC       2420     121      11127     LEC      Development Across the Lifespn         3.0      WSGC            04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Tweed, S
*   PSYC       2420     W21      10364     WEB      Development Across the Lifespn         3.0                      06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Wu, C


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                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                   CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                         HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	     INSTRUCTOR

                                                                                                                 READING / DEVELOPMENTAL READING
    DSPR       0700     121      10041     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       WSGC    112     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR           Dixon, M
    DSPR       0700     122      10042     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       WSGC    112     04:20PM-05:45PM         TR           Dixon, M
    DSPR       0800     121      10040     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       WSGC    112     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR           Dixon, M
    DSPR       0800     122      10043     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       WSGC    112     04:20PM-05:45PM         TR           Dixon, M

                                                                                                                                                       REAL ESTATE
* RELS         2110     V21      10216     VID      Real Estate Principles I             4.0       WSGC    209     06:00PM-10:05PM         R            Nichols, W

                                                                                                                                           RESPIRATORY CARE
    RESP       1130     121      10085     LEC      Respiratory Care Science II          3.0       WSGC    251     12:00PM-02:30PM         WR           Crooks, C
    RESP       1131     121      10086     LAB      Respiratory Care Sci II Lab          1.0       WSGC    251     09:00AM-02:30PM         F            Crooks, C
    RESP       1132     121      10087     CLN      Clinical Practice II                 4.0       WSGC            07:00AM-03:00PM         MT           Everhart, C
    RESP       1140     121      10088     LEC      Pathlgy of Respiratory Disease       4.0       WSGC    251     09:00AM-11:00AM         WR           TBA
    RESP       2120     121      10089     LEC      Respiratory Care Science IV          3.0       WSGC    244     09:00AM-11:30AM         RF           Lilly, D
    RESP       2121     121      10090     LAB      Respiratory Care Sci IV Lab          1.0       WSGC    244     09:00AM-11:30AM         RF           Lilly, D
    RESP       2122     121      10091     CLN      Clinical Practice IV                 6.0       WSGC            07:00AM-03:00PM         MTW          Everhart, C
    RESP       2130     121      10092     LEC      Respiratory Care Seminar             3.0       WSGC    244     12:30PM-02:00PM         RF           Lilly, D

                                                                                                                                                        SOCIOLOGY
  SOCI         1020     122      11184     LEC      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc        3.0       WSGC            06:00PM-09:05PM         M            Dixon, J
* SOCI         1020     V21      10391     VID      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc        3.0       WSGC    209     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR           Dixon, J
* SOCI         1020     W21      10394     WEB      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc        3.0       MBSS    106     02:55PM-06:00PM         T            Baker, C
* SOCI         1020     W22      10400     WEB      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc        3.0       MBSS    106     06:00PM-09:05PM         T            Baker, C

                                                                                                                                                              SPANISH
  SPAN         1010     121      10810     LEC      Elementary Spanish I                 3.0       WSGC            06:00PM-09:05PM         R            Beck, J
  SPAN         1020     121      10813     LEC      Elementary Spanish II                3.0       WSGC            12:45PM-02:10PM         TR           Beck, J
  SPAN         2020     121      11126     LEC      Intermediate Spanish II              3.0       WSGC            11:10AM-12:35PM         TR           Beck, J
* SPAN         2900     V21      10901     VID      Spanish Topics for Healthcare        1.0                       05:00PM-07:00PM         R            TBA

                                                                                                                                                              SPEECH
  SPCH         2010     122      10053     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       WSGC    208     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW           Freeman, A
  SPCH         2010     123      10054     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       WSGC    208     06:00PM-09:05PM         M            Holt, J
  SPCH         2010     124      10059     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       WSGC    100     04:00PM-07:05PM         F            Weisz, S
  SPCH         2010     125      10060     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       WSGC            01:00PM-04:05PM         R            Nimick, M
* SPCH         2010     H21      10051     HYB      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       WSGC            04:20PM-05:45PM         TR           Holt, J

                                                                                                                                                           THEATRE
    THEA       1030     121      10061     LEC      Introduction to Theatre              3.0       WSGC    307     06:15PM-09:20PM         M            TBA




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               Walters State Community College - SEVIER COUNTY CENTER
                                                                January 14 - May 7, 2010
          If you have a class that is identified with an ** please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                   CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                         HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR


ACCOUNTING
  ACCT         2110     111      10123     LEC      Introductory Accounting I            3.0       ACAD    204     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Barnett, W
* ACCT         2110     W11      10197     WEB      Introductory Accounting I            3.0       TECH    254     02:00PM-04:00PM         T           Barnett, W
  ACCT         2120     112      10124     LEC      Introductory Accounting II           3.0       ACAD    204     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Barnett, W

ART
    ART        2040     111      10545     LEC      Art History I                        3.0       MMH     210     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Strevel, J

BIOLOGY
A Non-Refundable $15 Natural Science Course Fee will be assessed for each LAB course.
   BIOL    1020    111    10252    LEC      General Biology II                           3.0       MMH     206     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Grice, D
   BIOL    1020    112    10253    LEC      General Biology II                           3.0       MMH     206     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Grice, D
   BIOL    1020    113    10254    LEC      General Biology II                           3.0       MMH     211     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          McGaha, S
   BIOL    1020    114    10255    LEC      General Biology II                           3.0       MMH     206     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Smith, S
   BIOL    1021    111    10256    LAB      General Biology II Lab                       1.0       MMH     206     11:30AM-01:20PM         T           Grice, D
   BIOL    1021    112    10286    LAB      General Biology II Lab                       1.0       MMH     206     02:30PM-04:20PM         T           McGaha, S
   BIOL    1021    113    10287    LAB      General Biology II Lab                       1.0       MMH     206     11:30AM-01:20PM         W           Grice, D
   BIOL    1021    114    10290    LAB      General Biology II Lab                       1.0       MMH     206     06:00PM-07:50PM         T           Smith, S
   BIOL    1120    111    10317    LEC      Biodiversity                                 3.0       MMH     215     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Sproat, W
   BIOL    1121    111    10318    LAB      Biodiversity Lab                             1.0       MMH     208     01:00PM-03:45PM         R           Sproat, W
   BIOL    2010    111    10337    LEC      Hum Anat and Phys I                          3.0       MMH     206     09:05AM-12:00PM         F           Grice, D
   BIOL    2011    111    10340    LAB      Hum Anat and Phys I Lab                      1.0       MMH     206     12:15PM-03:00PM         F           Grice, D
   BIOL    2020    111    10385    LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                         3.0       MMH     215     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Sproat, W
   BIOL    2020    112    10386    LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                         3.0       MMH     215     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Sproat, W
   BIOL    2020    113    10387    LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                         3.0       MMH     215     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Mabe, A
   BIOL    2021    111    10525    LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                     1.0       MMH     215     01:00PM-03:45PM         T           Sproat, W
   BIOL    2021    112    10526    LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                     1.0       MMH     215     06:00PM-08:45PM         R           Mabe, A
   BIOL    2021    113    10527    LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                     1.0       MMH     215     12:00PM-02:45PM         W           Sproat, W
   BIOL    2230    111    11079    LEC      Intro to Microbiology                        3.0       MMH     211     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          McGaha, S
   BIOL    2231    111    11080    LAB      Introd to Microbiology Lab                   1.0       MMH     208     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          McGaha, S

BUSINESS
* BUSN         1010     H11      10127     HYB      Introduction to Business             3.0       MMH     119     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Evans, A
* BUSN         1010     W11      11061     WEB      Introduction to Business             3.0       TECH    252     05:00PM-06:00PM         W           Hamilton, W
  BUSN         1310     111      10126     LEC      Business Commun and Corres           3.0       MMH     119     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           TBA
* BUSN         1310     W11      11053     WEB      Business Commun and Corres           3.0       LIB     201     06:00PM-07:00PM         R           Bach, O
  BUSN         2510     111      10125     LEC      Legal Environment of Business        3.0       MMH     119     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Collier-Pittman
* BUSN         2510     W11      10920     WEB      Legal Environment of Business        3.0                       TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P

CHEMISTRY
A Non-Refundable $15 Natural Science Course Fee will be assessed for each LAB course.
   CHEM    1000    111    11084    LEC      Basic Chemistry                              3.0       MMH     211     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          Zareba, A
   CHEM    1001    111    11085    LAB      Basic Chemistry Lab                          1.0       MMH     208     01:00PM-03:45PM         M           Zareba, A
   CHEM    1010    111    11086    LEC      Introductory Chemistry                       3.0       MMH     211     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          Zareba, A
   CHEM    1011    111    11088    LAB      Introductory Chemistry Lab                   1.0       MMH     208     01:00PM-03:45PM         M           Zareba, A
   CHEM    1120    111    11103    LEC      General Chemistry II                         3.0       MMH     206     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Zareba, A
   CHEM    1121    111    11104    LAB      General Chemistry II Lab                     1.0       MMH     208     06:00PM-08:45PM         W           Zareba, A

COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCE
  CPSC         1100     111      10547     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0       MMH     200     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          Sutton, J
  CPSC         1100     112      10550     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0       MMH     200     12:45PM-02:10PM         MW          Sutton, J
  CPSC         1100     113      10552     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0       MMH     200     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Judd, J
  CPSC         1100     114      10554     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0       MMH     200     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Judd, J
  CPSC         1100     115      10555     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0       MMH     200     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          Nix, A
  CPSC         1100     116      10556     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0       MMH     200     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Nix, A
* CPSC         1100     H11      10546     HYB      Using Information Technology         3.0       MMH     200     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Judd, J
* CPSC         1115     W11      11120     WEB      Microsoft Word                       3.0       MMH     200     02:30PM-04:30PM         M           Sutton, J
* CPSC         2990     H11      11121     HYB      Photoshop                            1.0       MMH     200     02:30PM-04:30PM         W           Sutton, J

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
* CRJT         1010     V11      10032     VID      Overview of Criminal Justice         3.0       MMH     126     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Fox, R
  CRJT         1230     111      10065     LEC      Domestic Terrorism                   3.0       MMH     213     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Hutchison, H
* CRJT         1230     W11      11164     WEB      Domestic Terrorism                   3.0                       TBA                                 Bryant, A
  CRJT         1510     111      10064     LEC      Criminal Law and Procedures          3.0       MMH     213     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Hutchison, H
  CRJT         2140     111      10562     LEC      Criminal Investigation               3.0       MMH     211     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Sterbens, E
  CRJT         2285     111      10021     LEC      Domestic Violence                    4.0       MMH     213     06:00PM-09:00PM         M           Sterbens, E

DEVELOPMENTAL MATH
*** SEE MATH SECTION BELOW ***




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           If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                   CREDIT	   	       	       	                             		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                         HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	         OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

                                                                                                                                       DEVELOPMENTAL READING
                                                                                                                                    *** SEE READING SECTION BELOW ***

                                                                                                                                             LEARNING STRATEGIES
                                                                                                                               *** SEE EDUCATION SECTION BELOW ***

                                                                                                                                           DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
                                                                                                                                     *** SEE ENGLISH SECTION BELOW ***

                                                                                                                                                      CULINARY ARTS
* CULN         2100     H11      10149     HYB      Sanitation and Safety                2.0       CAPE    105     02:30PM-05:30PM               MW          Hallman, C
* CULN         2200     H11      10320     HYB      Nutrition and Menu Planning          3.0       CAPE    154     02:20PM-05:25PM               R           Djajadiredja, D
  CULN         2210     111      10294     LEC      Dining Room and Banquet Mgmt         3.0       CAPE    105     09:00AM-02:00PM               T           Trent, L
  CULN         2310     112      10267     LEC      Culinary Arts I                      3.0       CAPE    130     03:00PM-08:00PM               T           Colburn, D
  CULN         2310     113      10314     LEC      Culinary Arts I                      3.0       CAPE    130     08:30AM-01:30PM               R           Cairns, J
  CULN         2320     111      10151     LEC      Culinary Arts II                     3.0       CAPE    130     08:30AM-01:30PM               M           Cairns, J
  CULN         2320     112      10152     LEC      Culinary Arts II                     3.0       CAPE    130     03:00PM-08:00PM               M           Djajadiredja, D
  CULN         2360     111      10264     LEC      Advanced Cuisines                    3.0       CAPE    130     08:30AM-01:30PM               T           Colburn, D
  CULN         2400     111      10272     LEC      Bakery Skills                        3.0       MMH     117     07:00AM-12:00PM               T           TBA
  CULN         2400     112      10292     LEC      Bakery Skills                        3.0       MMH     117     03:00PM-08:00PM               T           Trent, L
  CULN         2410     111      10312     LEC      Adv Bakery and Pastry Skills         3.0       MMH     117     07:00AM-12:00PM               R           Hallman, C
  CULN         2420     111      10310     LEC      Artisan and Specialty Breads         3.0       MMH     117     07:00AM-12:00PM               W           Hallman, C
  CULN         2430     111      10270     LEC      Chocolate Skills                     3.0       MMH     119     01:00PM-05:00PM               T           TBA
  CULN         2440     111      10308     LEC      Art of Decorating Cakes              3.0       MMH     119     09:00AM-02:00PM               W           Hammond, L
  CULN         2460     111      10154     LEC      European Cakes and Tortes            3.0       MMH     117     07:00AM-12:00PM               M           Hallman, C
  CULN         2470     111      10336     LEC      Culinary Cafe and Bake Shop          1.0       CAPE    117     08:30AM-01:30PM               M           Djajadiredja, D
  CULN         2470     112      10338     LEC      Culinary Cafe and Bake Shop          1.0       CAPE    117     08:30AM-01:30PM               T           Djajadiredja, D
  CULN         2470     113      10339     LEC      Culinary Cafe and Bake Shop          1.0       CAPE    117     08:30AM-01:30PM               W           Djajadiredja, D
  CULN         2470     114      10341     LEC      Culinary Cafe and Bake Shop          1.0       CAPE    117     08:30AM-01:30PM               R           Djajadiredja, D
  CULN         2990     111      10153     LEC      Smoking & Grilling                   1.0       CAPE    117     06:00PM-09:00PM               M           TBA
  CULN         2990     112      10155     LEC      Hors d’oeuvres & Catering            1.0       CAPE    117     06:00PM-09:00PM               M           TBA
  CULN         2990     113      10335     LEC      Visiting Chef Series                 3.0       CAPE    130     09:00AM-01:00PM               F           Cairns, J

                                                                                                                                                                   DANCE
    DANC       1545     111      10876     LEC      Jazz II                              2.0       CAPE    142     08:30AM-09:30AM               TR          TBA
    DANC       2010     111      10877     LEC      Dance for the Theatre                3.0       CAPE    142     09:35AM-11:00AM               TR          TBA

                                                                                                                            EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
* ECED         2015     H11      10835     HYB      Early Childhood Curriculum           3.0       ACAD    208     09:00AM-12:00PM               M           Stooksbury, K
* ECED         2020     W11      10511     WEB      Infant Toddler Child Developmn       3.0                       TBA                                       Stooksbury, K
* ECED         2060     H11      10837     HYB      Develop of Except Children           3.0       ACAD    114     04:00PM-07:00PM               M           Mandracchia, E

                                                                                                                                                             ECONOMICS
  ECON         2110     111      10132     LEC      Principles of Economics I            4.0       MMH     211     06:00PM-10:05PM               M           Hamilton, W
* ECON         2110     W11      11036     WEB      Principles of Economics I            4.0       LIB     201     06:00PM-07:00PM               R           Bach, O
* ECON         2120     W11      11057     WEB      Principles of Economics II           2.0       TECH    252     11:00AM-12:00PM               F           Deavours, S
  ECON         2210     111      10448     LEC      Business Statistics                  3.0       ACAD    210     12:45PM-02:10PM               MW          Atkins, D

                                                                                                                 EDUCATION / LEARNING STRATEGIES
  DSPS         0800     111      10582     LEC      Learning Strategies                  3.0       ACAD    108     09:35AM-11:00AM               TR          LeClair, C
  DSPS         0800     112      10586     LEC      Learning Strategies                  3.0       ACAD    227     06:00PM-09:05PM               W           Nichols, T
* DSPS         0800     W11      10472     WEB      Learning Strategies                  3.0       MBSS    106     02:20PM-03:45PM               R           Donahue, J
* EDUC         1010     W11      10480     WEB      The Freshman Experience              1.0       MBSS    106     02:20PM-03:45PM               F           Donahue, J
  EDUC         2010     111      10600     LEC      Psy of Hum Dev for Tchrs             3.0       ACAD    227     06:00PM-09:05PM               T           Conrad, K
  EDUC         2300     111      10607     LEC      Intro to Education                   3.0       ACAD    227     06:00PM-09:05PM               M           Nichols, T

                                                                                                                   EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
    EMTB       1020     111      10006     LEC      Bas Emerg Med Technician II          8.0       MMH     217     06:00PM-10:05PM               MW          Knutsen, C
    EMTB       1040     111      10007     LEC      First Responder                      4.0       MMH     217     06:00PM-10:05PM               T           Knutsen, C
    EMTB       1040     112      10067     LEC      First Responder                      4.0       MMH     217     08:30AM-12:35PM               F           Hull, J
    EMTB       1050     111      10008     LEC      Emerg Med Tech I and II              16.0      MMH     217     08:30AM-05:00PM               TR          Purkey, J

                                                                                                                 ENGLISH / DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
  DSPW         0700     111      10590     LEC      Basic Writing                        3.0       ACAD    139     03:55PM-05:20PM               MW          TBA
  DSPW         0800     111      10593     LEC      Developmental Writing                3.0       ACAD    114     11:10AM-12:35PM               TR          LeClair, C
  DSPW         0800     112      10594     LEC      Developmental Writing                3.0       ACAD    104     03:55PM-05:20PM               MW          Hayes, N
  DSPW         0800     113      10597     LEC      Developmental Writing                3.0       ACAD    108     03:55PM-05:20PM               TR          TBA
  ENGL         1010     111      10612     LEC      Composition I                        3.0       ACAD    114     09:35AM-11:00AM               MW          Mabe, A
  ENGL         1010     112      10621     LEC      Composition I                        3.0       ACAD    114     11:10AM-12:35PM               MW          Mabe, A
  ENGL         1010     113      10623     LEC      Composition I                        3.0       ACAD    104     06:00PM-09:05PM               W           TBA
  ENGL         1010     114      10624     LEC      Composition I                        3.0       ACAD    229     11:10AM-12:35PM               TR          Jessel, J
  ENGL         1010     115      10626     LEC      Composition I                        3.0       ACAD    104     12:45PM-02:10PM               TR          Adams, D
  ENGL         1010     116      10627     LEC      Composition I                        3.0       ACAD    108     11:10AM-12:35PM               TR          TBA
  ENGL         1010     117      10628     LEC      Composition I                        3.0       ACAD    208     02:20PM-03:45PM               TR          TBA
* ENGL         1010     W11      10864     WEB      Composition I                        3.0                       TBA                                       Rouse, V


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                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                          CREDIT	   	        	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                HOURS		   BLDG	    ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    ENGL       1020     111      10629     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     114     08:00AM-09:25AM         MW          Mabe, A
    ENGL       1020     112      10630     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     104     09:45AM-11:00AM         MW          Jessel, J
    ENGL       1020     113      10632     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     104     12:45PM-02:20PM         MW          Jessel, J
    ENGL       1020     114      10634     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     104     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          Heck, S
    ENGL       1020     115      10641     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     108     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           TBA
    ENGL       1020     116      10643     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     104     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Heck, S
    ENGL       1020     117      10644     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     108     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          Adams, D
    ENGL       1020     118      10646     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     104     03:55PM-05:20PM         TR          Jessel, J
    ENGL       1020     119      10649     LEC      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     204     03:55PM-05:20PM         MW          Adams, D
*   ENGL       1020     H11      11180     HYB      Composition II                               3.0      ACAD     114     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Heck, S
*   ENGL       1020     W11      10878     WEB      Composition II                               3.0                       TBA                                 Jacobs, S
*   ENGL       2110     W11      10881     WEB      American Literature I                        3.0                       TBA                                 Jacobs, S
    ENGL       2120     111      10651     LEC      American Literature II                       3.0      ACAD     104     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          Jessel, J
    ENGL       2410     111      11181     LEC      Western World Literature I                   3.0      ACAD     114     02:45PM-05:50PM         R           Mabe, A
*   ENGL       2410     W11      10884     WEB      Western World Literature I                   3.0                       TBA                                 Owens, C
    ENGL       2420     111      10653     LEC      Western World Literature II                  3.0      ACAD     114     02:45PM-05:50PM         T           Mabe, A
*   ENGL       2810     W11      10887     WEB      Creative Writing I                           3.0                       TBA                                 Conry, R
*   ENGL       2820     W11      10888     WEB      Creative Writing II                          3.0                       TBA                                 Conry, R
*   ENGL       2990     W11      10889     WEB      English Problems                             3.0                       TBA                                 Conry, R

GEOGRAPHY
    GEOG       1013     111      10655     LEC      World Geography I                            3.0      ACAD     208     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Hartman, A

GERMAN
* GERM         1020     V11      10027     VID      Elementary German II                         3.0      MMH      126     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Schmidt, C

HISTORY
  HIST         1110     111      10716     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn I                 3.0      ACAD     211     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           TBA
  HIST         1110     112      10732     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn I                 3.0      ACAD     211     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          TBA
  HIST         1120     112      10739     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II                3.0      ACAD     211     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           TBA
  HIST         1120     113      10742     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II                3.0      ACAD     211     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Cobb, J
  HIST         1120     114      10743     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II                3.0      ACAD     211     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          TBA
* HIST         1120     W11      10745     WEB      Survey of World Civilizatn II                3.0                       TBA                                 Lee, C
  HIST         2010     111      10748     LEC      American History I                           3.0      ACAD     211     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
  HIST         2020     111      10749     LEC      American History II                          3.0      ACAD     211     12:45PM-02:10PM         MW          Cobb, J
  HIST         2020     112      10750     LEC      American History II                          3.0      ACAD     211     02:20PM-03:45PM         MW          TBA
  HIST         2020     113      10752     LEC      American History II                          3.0      ACAD     227     12:20PM-01:45PM         MW          TBA
  HIST         2020     114      10757     LEC      American History II                          3.0      ACAD     211     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           TBA
* HIST         2020     W11      10758     WEB      American History II                          3.0                       TBA                                 Dyer, D

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
*   HMGT       1010     W11      10146     WEB      Foundations of Hospitality                   3.0      CAPE     153     12:15PM-01:15PM         F           Fall, J
*   HMGT       1070     H11      10143     HYB      Hotel Operations                             3.0      CAPE     153     09:00AM-12:05PM         F           Fall, J
*   HMGT       1250     H11      10141     HYB      Service Management                           3.0      CAPE     153     09:00AM-12:05PM         F           Fall, J
*   HMGT       2640     H11      10133     HYB      Hsptlty Hum Resource Mgmt                    3.0      CAPE     153     02:00PM-05:05PM         T           Fall, J
*   HMGT       2805     H11      10142     HYB      Hotel Convent Sales and Servic               3.0      CAPE     153     09:00AM-12:05PM         F           Fall, J
    HMGT       2820     111      10150     LEC      Foodsrvc Cost Ctrl and Purchas               3.0      CAPE     154     02:20PM-03:45PM         MW          Cairns, J
    HMGT       2910     111      10144     LEC      Hotel/Restaurant Internship                  3.0                       TBA                     F           Fall, J

HUMANITIES
  HUM          1030     111      11124     LEC      Introduction to Film Appreciat               3.0      ACAD     114     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Clifton, L
* HUM          2010     H11      10503     HYB      Humanities: Human Advntur I                  3.0      CAPE     153     11:00AM-12:00PM         MW          Hicks, D
  HUM          2110     111      10500     LEC      Humanities: Human Advntr II                  3.0      CAPE     153     09:05AM-10:30AM         MW          Hicks, D

MATHEMATICS / DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
    DSPM       0700     111      10404     LEC      Basic Mathematics                            3.0      ACAD     229     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           TBA
    DSPM       0800     111      10405     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      ACAD     227     08:00AM-09:25AM         MW          Fulbright, S
    DSPM       0800     112      10406     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      ACAD     229     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          Gregory, J
    DSPM       0800     113      10407     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      ACAD     229     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          Gregory, J
    DSPM       0800     114      10408     LEC      Elementary Algebra                           3.0      ACAD     229     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
    DSPM       0850     111      10410     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      ACAD     227     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Fulbright, S
    DSPM       0850     112      10412     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      ACAD     231     12:45PM-02:10PM         MW          Nelson, M
    DSPM       0850     113      10413     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      ACAD     227     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Fulbright, S
  DSPM        0850    114    10415      LEC       Intermediate Algebra                        3.0     ACAD      210       12:45PM-02:10PM          TR          Willmon, A
Note: This is a computer based, non-lecture class. Please see STARNET for details and requirements to determine if this course is right for you.
    DSPM       0850     115      10416     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                         3.0      ACAD     231     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
    MATH       1420     111      10417     LEC      Prob Slvng Geom and Statistics               3.0      ACAD     229     02:20PM-03:45PM         MW          Gregory, J
    MATH       1530     111      10418     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      ACAD     231     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Nelson, M
    MATH       1530     112      10419     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      ACAD     231     02:20PM-03:45PM         MW          Atkins, D
    MATH       1530     113      10424     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      ACAD     231     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Atkins, D
    MATH       1530     114      10425     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      ACAD     231     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Nelson, M
    MATH       1530     115      10427     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      ACAD     231     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          Willmon, A
    MATH       1530     116      10430     LEC      Probability and Statistics                   3.0      ACAD     231     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Nelson, M
    MATH       1630     111      10431     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      ACAD     229     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Gregory, J
    MATH       1630     112      10436     LEC      Finite Mathematics                           3.0      ACAD     229     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Gregory, J


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                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                        CREDIT	   	       	       	                         		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                              HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	     OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

    MATH       1720     111      10439     LEC      Pre-Calculus Trigonometry                 3.0       ACAD    227     02:20PM-03:45PM           MW          Willmon, A
    MATH       1830     111      10441     LEC      Calculus A                                3.0       ACAD    229     02:20PM-03:45PM           TR          Nelson, M
    MATH       1910     111      10445     LEC      Calculus I                                4.0       ACAD    227     12:45PM-02:35PM           TR          Atkins, D
    MATH       2050     111      10447     LEC      Probability and Statistical Ap            3.0       ACAD    210     12:45PM-02:10PM           MW          Atkins, D

                                                                                                                                                   MEDICAL CODING
* MDCD         1030     H11      10975     HYB      Intermediate ICD-9-CM Coding              3.0       MMH     222     06:00PM-09:05PM           T           Bacon, C
* MDCD         1040     H11      10976     HYB      Adv Coding for Reimbursement              3.0       MMH     222     06:00PM-09:05PM           M           Bacon, C

                                                                                                                                                        MANAGEMENT
*   MGMT       1100     H11      10134     HYB      Business Computer Applications            3.0       ACAD    210     02:15PM-05:20PM           W           Faust, C
*   MGMT       1100     H12      10136     HYB      Business Computer Applications            3.0       ACAD    210     06:00PM-09:05PM           W           Faust, C
*   MGMT       1100     W11      10789     WEB      Business Computer Applications            3.0       TECH    254     11:00AM-12:30PM           W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       1100     W12      10812     WEB      Business Computer Applications            3.0       TECH    254     01:00PM-02:30PM           W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       1110     W11      10828     WEB      Eltrnc Sprdshts and DB Applic             3.0       TECH    254     05:30PM-06:30PM           R           Nelson, B
*   MGMT       2110     W11      10820     WEB      Adv Wrd Proc and Dsktp Publish            3.0       TECH    254     03:00PM-04:30PM           W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       2210     H11      10139     HYB      Princ of Mgmt and Qlty Improvm            3.0       MMH     119     02:00PM-05:05PM           M           Fall, J
*   MGMT       2210     W11      10495     WEB      Princ of Mgmt and Qlty Improvm            3.0       MBSS    106     04:20PM-05:45PM           R           Donahue, J
*   MGMT       2590     H13      10138     HYB      Business Presentations                    3.0       MMH     222     02:00PM-05:05PM           W           Fall, J

                                                                                                                                                              MARKETING
* MKTG         1010     H11      10140     HYB      Marketing Management                      3.0       MMH     119     06:00PM-09:05PM           R           Evans, A
* MKTG         1010     W11      11064     WEB      Marketing Management                      3.0       TECH    252     05:00PM-06:00PM           W           Hamilton, W

                                                                                                                                                                     MUSIC
                                                       A Non-Refundable $45 per credit hour Special Course Fee will be assessed for each Individual Instruction course.
  MUS          1030     111      10523     LEC      Music Appreciation                        3.0     CAPE     152     09:35AM-11:00AM       TR        TBA
  MUS          1030     112      10524     LEC      Music Appreciation                        3.0     CAPE     152     06:00PM-09:05PM       M         TBA
* MUS          1030     W11      10517     WEB      Music Appreciation                        3.0                      TBA                             Hicks, D
* MUS          1030     W12      10521     WEB      Music Appreciation                        3.0                      TBA                             Hicks, D
* MUS          1030     W13      10522     WEB      Music Appreciation                        3.0                      TBA                             Hicks, D
  MUS          1040     111      10538     LEC      Ear Training I                            1.0     MMH      222     10:00AM-11:00AM       TR        Welch, P
  MUS          1050     111      10541     LEC      Concert Choir                             1.0     CAPE     139     11:05AM-12:00PM       TR        Welch, P
  MUS          1060     111      10845     LEC      College-Community Chorale                 1.0     CAPE     139     04:30PM-05:30PM       TR        Welch, P
  MUS          1074     111      10859     LEC      Survey of Pop Music: Jazz                 3.0     CAPE     152     12:35PM-01:50PM       MW        Rule, C
  MUS          1090     111      10847     LEC      Jazz Band                                 1.0     CAPE     142     04:00PM-06:00PM       M         Warren, J
  MUS          1110     111      10533     LEC      Theory I                                  3.0     CAPE     152     11:10AM-12:05PM       MWF       Rule, C
  MUS          1565     111      10848     LEC      Brass Ensemble                            1.0     CAPE     139     04:30PM-06:30PM       W         Warren, J
  MUS          1745     111      10849     LEC      Music Business                            3.0     CAPE     152     02:20PM-03:45PM       MW        Rule, C
  MUS          1770     111      10852     LEC      Backbeat                                  3.0     CAPE     142     01:20PM-02:20PM       MTWRF Hicks, D
  MUS          1810     111      11187     LEC      Class Guitar I                            3.0     CAPE     142     09:05AM-10:30AM       MW        Wishard, W
  MUS          1912     111      10862     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Voice              1.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1912     112      10863     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Voice              2.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1922     111      10865     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct-Keyboard             1.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1922     112      10866     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct-Keyboard             2.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1933     111      10867     LEC      Individ Music Instruct-Guitar             1.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1933     112      10868     LEC      Individ Music Instruct-Guitar             2.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1935     111      10869     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Brass              1.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1935     112      10870     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Brass              2.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1937     111      10871     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Strings            1.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          1937     112      10873     LEC      Indiv Music Instruct - Strings            2.0                      TBA                             TBA
  MUS          2210     111      11185     LEC      Live Production Techniques                3.0     CAPE     152     02:20PM-03:45PM       TR        Rule, C
  MUS          2211     111      11186     LAB      Live Prodctn Techniques Lab               1.0     CAPE     138     TBA                             Rule, C
  MUS          2240     111      10858     LEC      Audio for Media                           3.0     CAPE     152     09:05AM-10:00AM       MWF       Rule, C
  MUS          2990     111      10860     LEC      Celtic Ensemble                           1.0     CAPE     142     03:30PM-04:30PM       TR        Farr, E

                                                                                                                                                                 NURSING
    NURS       1003     111      10999     LEC      Drug Dosage Calculation                   1.0       MMH     119     09:00AM-09:55AM           R           Walker, J
*   NURS       1003     W92      11001     WEB      Drug Dosage Calculation                   1.0                       TBA                                   Walker, J
*   NURS       1100     W11      11016     WEB      Nrsng Concepts and Processes              1.0       MMH     126     03:45PM-04:40PM           W           Whitehead, V
*   NURS       1130     V11      11021     VID      Pharmacology                              3.0       MMH     126     12:30PM-03:40PM           M           McGaha, D
    NURS       1150     111      11017     CLN      Nursing Skills                            1.0       MMH     123     09:00AM-04:30PM           T           McGaha, D
    NURS       1150     112      11018     CLN      Nursing Skills                            1.0       MMH     123     09:00AM-04:30PM           R           McGaha, D
*   NURS       1160     V11      11019     VID      Introduction to Nursing Proces            4.0       MMH     126     12:30PM-03:40PM           W           McGaha, D
    NURS       1161     111      11020     CLN      Intro to Nrsng Process Lab                -                         TBA                                   McGaha, D
*   NURS       2600     V11      11022     VID      Nursing Process I                         10.0      MMH     126     09:00AM-12:00PM           W           Walker, J
*   NURS       2600     V11      11022     VID      Nursing Process I                         10.0                      09:30AM-12:30PM           R           Walker, J
    NURS       2601     111      11023     CLN      Nursing Process I Lab                     -                         TBA                                   Walker, J
    NURS       2990     111      11007     LEC      Special Problems in Nursing               1.0       MMH     123     08:00AM-08:50AM           W           Walker, J

                                                                                                                                                PARALEGAL STUDIES
*   LAW        1150     W11      10766     WEB      Contract Law                              2.0                       TBA                                   Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1160     W11      10904     WEB      Business Organizations                    2.0                       TBA                                   Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1170     W11      10908     WEB      Real Prpty Law and Ttl Srch               2.0                       TBA                                   Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1180     W11      10912     WEB      Wills Trusts and Estate Admin             2.0                       TBA                                   Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1185     W11      10916     WEB      Dbtr-Crdtr Rel and Bnkrpt Law             2.0                       TBA                                   Brummerstedt, P



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                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                   CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                         HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    PHED       1137     111      10760     LEC      Power Walking                        1.0       ACAD    208     04:00PM-05:50PM         T           Alexander, A
    PHED       1810     111      10762     LEC      Karate                               1.0       CAPE    142     06:30PM-08:20PM         M           Johns, M

PHILOSOPHY
    PHIL       1030     111      10763     LEC      Human Nature and Life                3.0       ACAD    139     06:30PM-09:35PM         W           TBA
    PHIL       2210     111      10764     LEC      Religions and Cultures               3.0       ACAD    139     06:30PM-09:35PM         R           TBA

POLITICAL SCIENCE
    POLI       1120     111      10765     LEC      Intro to American Government         3.0       ACAD    204     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Johnson, S

PSYCHOLOGY
    PSYC       1310     111      10767     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       ACAD    235     11:10AM-12:35PM         MW          Rawlinson, T
    PSYC       1310     112      10768     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       ACAD    235     12:45PM-02:10PM         MW          Rawlinson, T
    PSYC       1310     113      10769     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       ACAD    211     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          Mayberry, J
    PSYC       1310     114      10770     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       ACAD    235     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Oxford, J
    PSYC       1310     115      10772     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0       ACAD    235     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Mayberry, J
*   PSYC       1310     W11      10345     WEB      Introduction to Psychology           3.0                       06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Wu, C
*   PSYC       1310     W12      11179     WEB      Introduction to Psychology           3.0                       TBA                                 Rawlinson, T
    PSYC       2220     111      10773     LEC      The Psych of Human Sexuality         3.0       ACAD    235     02:20PM-03:45PM         TR          Rawlinson, T
*   PSYC       2240     W11      10353     WEB      Social Psychology                    3.0                       06:00PM-09:05PM         F           Wu, C
    PSYC       2420     111      10782     LEC      Development Across the Lifespn       3.0       ACAD    235     03:55PM-05:20PM         MW          TBA
    PSYC       2420     112      10783     LEC      Development Across the Lifespn       3.0       ACAD    235     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Oxford, J
*   PSYC       2420     W11      10363     WEB      Development Across the Lifespn       3.0                       06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Wu, C

READING / DEVELOPMENTAL READING
    DSPR       0700     111      10557     LEC      Basic Reading                        3.0       ACAD    108     03:55PM-05:20PM         TR          Hayes, N
    DSPR       0800     111      10559     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       ACAD    108     12:45PM-02:10PM         TR          TBA
    DSPR       0800     112      10579     LEC      Developmental Reading                3.0       ACAD    108     03:55PM-05:20PM         TR          Hayes, N

REAL ESTATE
* RELS         2110     V11      10210     VID      Real Estate Principles I             4.0       MMH     126     06:00PM-10:05PM         R           Nichols, W

SOCIOLOGY
  SOCI         1020     111      10788     LEC      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc        3.0       ACAD    227     02:45PM-05:50PM         T           Lowe, J
  SOCI         1020     112      10791     LEC      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc        3.0       ACAD    204     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Dixon, J
* SOCI         1020     W11      10393     WEB      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc        3.0       MBSS    106     02:55PM-06:00PM         T           Baker, C
* SOCI         1020     W12      10399     WEB      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc        3.0       MBSS    106     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Baker, C

SPANISH
  SPAN         1005     111      10794     LEC      Spanish Commun Hsptlty Indust        3.0       ACAD    143     06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Austin, B
  SPAN         1010     111      10800     LEC      Elementary Spanish I                 3.0       ACAD    139     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           TBA
  SPAN         1020     111      10808     LEC      Elementary Spanish II                3.0       ACAD    139     12:45PM-02:10PM         MW          Austin, B
  SPAN         1020     112      10809     LEC      Elementary Spanish II                3.0       ACAD    139     09:35AM-11:00AM         TR          Austin, B
* SPAN         1020     V11      10811     VID      Elementary Spanish II                3.0       ACAD    143     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Austin, B
  SPAN         2020     112      10814     LEC      Intermediate Spanish II              3.0       ACAD    139     11:10AM-12:35PM         TR          Austin, B

SPEECH
    SPCH       2010     111      10816     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       ACAD    136     09:35AM-11:00AM         MW          Richard, R
    SPCH       2010     112      10818     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       CAPE    154     10:10AM-11:00AM         MWF         Ringer, R
    SPCH       2010     113      10821     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       CAPE    153     02:20PM-03:45PM         MW          Ringer, R
    SPCH       2010     114      10824     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       ACAD    136     02:20PM-05:25PM         M           Richard, R
    SPCH       2010     115      10826     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       ACAD    136     08:00AM-09:25AM         TR          Richard, R
    SPCH       2010     116      10827     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       ACAD    136     02:45PM-05:50PM         T           Richard, R
    SPCH       2010     117      11122     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       ACAD    136     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Rand, K
    SPCH       2010     118      10831     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0       ACAD    136     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Martocci, B

SPECIAL EDUCATION
* SPED         2010     H11      10836     HYB      Introduction to Special Educat       3.0       ACAD    114     04:00PM-07:00PM         M           Mandracchia, E

THEATRE
    THEA       1030     111      10834     LEC      Introduction to Theatre              3.0       CAPE    152     03:55PM-05:20PM         TR          Ringer, R




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          Walters State Community College - CLAIBORNE COUNTY CENTER
                                                                     January 14 - May 7, 2010
          If you have a class that is identified with an * please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                           CREDIT	   	        	       	                               		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                 HOURS		   BLDG	    ROOM	   															TIMES	           OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

                                                                                                                                                                    ACCOUNTING
* ACCT         2110     W51      10203     WEB      Introductory Accounting I                    3.0       TECH     254     02:00PM-04:00PM                 T           Barnett, W

                                                                                                                                                                                     ART
    ART        2040     151      10273     LEC      Art History I                                3.0       WSCE     110     06:00PM-09:05PM                 T           Raney, E
    ART        2050     151      10281     LEC      Art History II                               3.0       WSCE     110     06:00PM-09:05PM                 W           Raney, E

                                                                                                                                                                           BIOLOGY
                                                                           A Non-Refundable $ 15.00 Natural Science Course Fee will be assessed for each LAB course.
  BIOL         1020     151      10309     LEC      General Biology II                        3.0    WSCE      106    11:10AM-12:35PM       TR        Robinson, C
  BIOL         1021     151      10311     LAB      General Biology II Lab                    1.0    WSCE      106    01:30PM-03:20PM       T         Robinson, C
  BIOL         2020     151      10537     LEC      Hum Anat and Phys II                      3.0    WSCE      106    09:35AM-11:00AM       TR        Robinson, C
  BIOL         2021     151      10539     LAB      Hum Anat and Phys II Lab                  1.0    WSCE      106    01:00PM-03:45PM       R         Robinson, C
* BIOL         2230     V51      11073     VID      Intro to Microbiology                     3.0    WSCE      101    09:35AM-11:00AM       TR        Lindsey, D

                                                                                                                                                                          BUSINESS
* BUSN         1010     W51      11063     WEB      Introduction to Business                     3.0       TECH     252     05:00PM-06:00PM                 W           Hamilton, W
* BUSN         1310     W51      11055     WEB      Business Commun and Corres                   3.0       LIB      201     06:00PM-07:00PM                 R           Bach, O
* BUSN         2510     W51      10923     WEB      Legal Environment of Business                3.0                        TBA                                         Brummerstedt, P

                                                                                                                          COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCE
* CPSC         1100     H51      10257     HYB      Using Information Technology                 3.0       WSCE     110     06:00PM-09:05PM                 M           Greer, P

                                                                                                                                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
* CRJT         1010     V51      10034     VID      Overview of Criminal Justice                 3.0       WSCE     101     06:00PM-09:05PM                 T           Fox, R
* CRJT         1230     W51      11167     WEB      Domestic Terrorism                           3.0                        TBA                                         Bryant, A

                                                                                                                                                      DEVELOPMENTAL MATH
                                                                                                                                                    *** SEE MATH SECTION BELOW ***

                                                                                                                                                DEVELOPMENTAL READING
                                                                                                                                             *** SEE READING SECTION BELOW ***

                                                                                                                                                      LEARNING STRATEGIES
                                                                                                                                        *** SEE EDUCATION SECTION BELOW ***

                                                                                                                                                    DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
                                                                                                                                              *** SEE ENGLISH SECTION BELOW ***

                                                                                                                                     EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
* ECED         2020     W51      10513     WEB      Infant Toddler Child Developmn               3.0                        TBA                                         Stooksbury, K

                                                                                                                                                                        ECONOMICS
* ECON         2110     W51      11051     WEB      Principles of Economics I                    4.0       LIB      201     06:00PM-07:00PM                 R           Bach, O
* ECON         2120     W51      11059     WEB      Principles of Economics II                   2.0       TECH     252     11:00AM-12:00PM                 F           Deavours, S

                                                                                                                          EDUCATION / LEARNING STRATEGIES
* DSPS         0800     W51      10476     WEB      Learning Strategies                          3.0       MBSS     106     02:20PM-03:45PM                 R           Donahue, J
* EDUC         1010     W51      10485     WEB      The Freshman Experience                      1.0       MBSS     106     02:20PM-03:45PM                 F           Donahue, J

                                                                                                                      DVS EXPRESS - LEARNING STRATEGIES
* DSPS        0800     151     10307      LEC       Learning Strategies                           3.0     WSCE      103    05:00PM-09:00PM          T         Mullins, J
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets January 19, 26, February 2, 9, and 16. Contact Claiborne County Center (423-626-6200) for information about this class.

                                                                                                                            EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
    EMTB       1040     151      10009     LEC      First Responder                              4.0       WSCE     105     06:00PM-10:05PM                 R           Gibson, L

                                                                                                                          ENGLISH / DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
    DSPW       0700     151      10283     LEC      Basic Writing                                3.0       WSCE     102     06:00PM-09:05PM                 R           Buford, V
    ENGL       1010     151      10279     LEC      Composition I                                3.0       WSCE     104     04:20PM-05:45PM                 TR          Cupp, L
    ENGL       1010     152      10284     LEC      Composition I                                3.0       WSCE     103     06:00PM-09:05PM                 R           Mayes, C
*   ENGL       1010     W51      10771     WEB      Composition I                                3.0                        TBA                                         Rouse, V
    ENGL       1020     151      10285     LEC      Composition II                               3.0       WSCE     104     06:00PM-09:05PM                 R           Cox, E
*   ENGL       1020     W51      10718     WEB      Composition II                               3.0                        TBA                                         Jacobs, S
*   ENGL       2110     W51      10882     WEB      American Literature I                        3.0                        TBA                                         Jacobs, S
    ENGL       2120     151      10280     LEC      American Literature II                       3.0       WSCE     104     06:00PM-09:05PM                 T           Cox, E
*   ENGL       2410     W51      10774     WEB      Western World Literature I                   3.0                        TBA                                         Owens, C
*   ENGL       2810     W51      10775     WEB      Creative Writing I                           3.0                        TBA                                         Conry, R
*   ENGL       2820     W51      10776     WEB      Creative Writing II                          3.0                        TBA                                         Conry, R
*   ENGL       2990     W51      10777     WEB      English Problems                             3.0                        TBA                                         Conry, R

                                                                                                  DVS EXPRESS - ENGLISH / DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING
* DSPW        0800    151     10358      LEC       Developmental Writing                         3.0      WSCE     103     05:00PM-07:00PM          T        King, B
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets April 6, 13, 20, 27, and May 4. Contact Claiborne County Extention (423-626-6200) for information about this class.


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           If you have a class that is identified with an *please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                 Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                          CREDIT	   	        	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                                HOURS		   BLDG	    ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

GERMAN
* GERM         1020     V51      10024     VID      Elementary German II                        3.0       WSCE     WSCE 06:00PM-09:05PM            M           Schmidt, C

HISTORY
    HIST       2020     151      10260     LEC      American History II                         3.0       WSCE     105     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          Welch, J
    HIST       2020     152      10263     LEC      American History II                         3.0       WSCE     105     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Welch, J

MATHEMATICS / DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
    DSPM       0700     151      10899     LEC      Basic Mathematics                           3.0       WSCE     106     TBA                                 TBA
    DSPM       0800     151      10148     LEC      Elementary Algebra                          3.0       WSCE     103     04:20PM-05:45PM         MW          England, C
    DSPM       0850     151      11048     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                        3.0       WSCE     104     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Turnmire, H
    MATH       1530     151      10276     LEC      Probability and Statistics                  3.0       WSCE     102     TBA                                 TBA

DVS EXPRESS - DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
* DSPM        0800     154     11358      LEC      Elementary Algebra                            3.0      WSCE      106     05:00PM-09:00PM        M        Greene, B
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets January 25, February 1, 8, 15, 22, and March 1, 15. Contact Claiborne County Extention (423-626-6200) for information
about this class.
* DSPM        0850     153     11357      LEC      Intermediate Algebra                           3.0     WSCE      106    05:00PM-09:00PM        M          Greene, B
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets March 22, 29, April 5, 12, 19, 26, and May 3. Contact Claiborne County Extention (423-626-6200) for information
about this class.

MANAGEMENT
*   MGMT       1100     W51      10796     WEB      Business Computer Applications              3.0       TECH     254     11:00AM-12:30PM         W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       1100     W52      10817     WEB      Business Computer Applications              3.0       TECH     254     01:00PM-02:30PM         W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       1110     W51      10830     WEB      Eltrnc Sprdshts and DB Applic               3.0       TECH     254     05:30PM-06:30PM         R           Nelson, B
*   MGMT       2110     W51      10823     WEB      Adv Wrd Proc and Dsktp Publish              3.0       TECH     254     03:00PM-04:30PM         W           Ross, A
*   MGMT       2210     W51      10497     WEB      Princ of Mgmt and Qlty Improvm              3.0       MBSS     106     04:20PM-05:45PM         R           Donahue, J

MARKETING
* MKTG         1010     W51      11066     WEB      Marketing Management                        3.0       TECH     252     05:00PM-06:00PM         W           Hamilton, W

PARALEGAL STUDIES
*   LAW        1150     W51      10902     WEB      Contract Law                                2.0                        TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1160     W51      10906     WEB      Business Organizations                      2.0                        TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1170     W51      10910     WEB      Real Prpty Law and Ttl Srch                 2.0                        TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1180     W51      10914     WEB      Wills Trusts and Estate Admin               2.0                        TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P
*   LAW        1185     W51      10918     WEB      Dbtr-Crdtr Rel and Bnkrpt Law               2.0                        TBA                                 Brummerstedt, P

PHILOSOPHY
    PHIL       1030     151      10898     LEC      Human Nature and Life                       3.0       WSCE     104     02:20PM-05:25PM         W           Deaton, J

PSYCHOLOGY
  PSYC         1310     151      10278     LEC      Introduction to Psychology                  3.0       WSCE     102     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Goad, S
* PSYC         1310     W51      10347     WEB      Introduction to Psychology                  3.0                        06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Wu, C
* PSYC         2240     W51      10355     WEB      Social Psychology                           3.0                        06:00PM-09:05PM         F           Wu, C
  PSYC         2420     151      10282     LEC      Development Across the Lifespn              3.0       WSCE     102     06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Cavin, S
* PSYC         2420     W51      10365     WEB      Development Across the Lifespn              3.0                        06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Wu, C

READING / DEVELOPMENTAL READING
DVS EXPRESS - READING
* DSPR        0700    151     10350      LEC       Basic Reading                                3.0     WSCE             05:00PM-09:00PM        T          Bullen, B
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets February 23, March 2, 16, 23, and 30. Contact Claiborne County Extention (423-626-6200) for information about this
class.
* DSPR        0800    151     10329      LEC       Developmental Reading                        3.0     WSCE      103    05:00PM-09:00PM        T          Bullen, B
Note: This is an accelerated class that begins and meets February 23, March 2, 16, 23, and 30. Contact Claiborne County Extention (423-626-6200) for information about this
class.

REAL ESTATE
* RELS         2110     V51      10218     VID      Real Estate Principles I                    4.0       WSCE     101     06:00PM-10:05PM         R           Nichols, W

SOCIOLOGY
* SOCI         1020     W51      10397     WEB      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc               3.0       MBSS     106     02:55PM-06:00PM         T           Baker, C
* SOCI         1020     W52      10401     WEB      Gen Sociology, Instit and Soc               3.0       MBSS     106     06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Baker, C

SPEECH
    SPCH       2010     151      10145     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication               3.0       WSCE     102     06:00PM-09:05PM         M           TBA




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                                                      OTHER OFF CAMPUS SITES
                                                                   January 14 - May 7, 2010
          If you have a class that is identified with an * please see the Distance Education Website - http://www.ws.edu/eveninged/courses/default.aspx
                                                Classes beginning at 4:00 p.m. or later are considered evening classes.
               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                  CREDIT	   	         	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                        HOURS		   BLDG	     ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

                                                                                       HAWKINS COUNTY - CHEROKEE COMP HIGH SCHOOL
    ENGL       1020     171      10076     LEC      Composition II                       3.0      CHRR      CHRR    06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Sellars, R
    HIST       2020     171      10077     LEC      American History II                  3.0      CHRR      CHRR    06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Mullins, L
    MATH       1530     171      10078     LEC      Probability and Statistics           3.0      CHRR      CHRR    06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Derby, R
    PSYC       1310     171      10079     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0      CHRR      CHRR    06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Tweed, S
    SPCH       2010     171      10080     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0      CHRR      CHRR    06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Pratt, R
    DSPM       0850     171      10081     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                 3.0      CHRR      CHRR    06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Brown, M

                                                                                                      COCKE COUNTY - COCKE CO HIGH SCHOOL
    CPSC       1100     161      10068     LEC      Using Information Technology         3.0      CCHS      CCHS    06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Shults, P
    DSPM       0850     161      10069     LEC      Intermediate Algebra                 3.0      CCHS      CCHS    06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Surber, C
    ENGL       1020     161      10070     LEC      Composition II                       3.0      CCHS      CCHS    06:00PM-09:05PM         T           TBA
    HIST       2020     161      10071     LEC      American History II                  3.0      CCHS      CCHS    06:00PM-09:05PM         W           Sexton, D
    MATH       1530     161      10072     LEC      Probability and Statistics           3.0      CCHS      CCHS    06:00PM-09:05PM         T           Williamson, T
    MUS        1030     161      10073     LEC      Music Appreciation                   3.0      CCHS      CCHS    06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Jones, D
    PSYC       1310     161      10074     LEC      Introduction to Psychology           3.0      CCHS      CCHS    06:00PM-09:05PM         M           Branam, L
    SPCH       2010     161      10075     LEC      Intro to Speech Communication        3.0      CCHS      CCHS    06:00PM-09:05PM         R           Richard, R

                                                                                                          UNION COUNTY - UNION CO HIGH SCHOOL
    ENGL       1020     711      11047     LEC      Composition II                       3.0      UCHS      UCHS 06:00PM-09:05PM            M           Ludwig, P
    MATH       1530     711      11049     LEC      Probability and Statistics           3.0      UCHS      UCHS 06:00PM-09:05PM            T           Francisco, J
    PHIL       2400     711      11050     LEC      Introduction to Ethics               3.0      UCHS      UCHS 06:00PM-09:05PM            W           Deaton, J




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                             REGENTS ON-LINE DEGREE PROGRAM COURSES
    Regents Online Degree Programs (RODP) courses are offered as part of the regents on-line degree program. Students interested in these courses
    should contact Vicky Marshall at 423-585-6800 or 1-800-225-4770 (option 3). Students can also obtain information concerning this program at the Walter
    State RODP website: www.tn.regentsdegrees.org/campus/wscc/
    Please be advised that non-refundable separate fees will be assessed for students enrolling in these courses. In addition to the fees assessed for the
    classes, there will be a course delivery fee of $44 per credit hour. Out-of-state students must pay out-of-state tuition in addition to in-state-tuition
    RODP classes begin on January 14, 2010 and end on May 7, 2010. Fees for RODP classes are due by 4 p.m. on the fee payment deadline, see page 10.
    100% refunds end on January 13, 2010.
    75% refunds end on January 27, 2010.
    25% refunds end on February 10, 2010.

                                                    RODP registration ends prior to registration for traditional courses.
                                                       Please contact Vicky Marshall for registration information.
                COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                                       CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	    SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                             HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

ACC             1104     R50      11195     LEC Principles of Accounting I    3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
ACC             1105     R50      11196     LEC Principles of Accounting II   3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
AGR             130      R50      11197     LEC Intro to Animal Science       3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
ART             1010     R50      11198     LEC Art History I                 3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
ART             1020     R50      11199     LEC Art History Survey II         3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
ART             1030     R50      11200     LEC Art Appreciation              3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
ASTR            1030     R50      11201     LEC Astronomy                     3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
BIOL            1010     R50      11202     LEC General Biology I             3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
BIOL            1020     R50      11203     LEC General Biology II            3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
BIOL            1430     R50      11204     LEC Nutrition                     3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
BIOL            2010     R50      11205     LEC Hum Anat and Phys I           3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
BIOL            2020     R50      11206     LEC Hum Anat and Phys II          3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
BIOL            2230     R50      11207     LEC Intro to Microbiology         3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
BUS             1050     R50      11208     LEC Legal Issues for the Web      3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
BUS             1300     R50      11209     LEC Personal Money Management     3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CHEM            1010     R50      11210     LEC Introductory Chemistry        3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CHEM            1020     R50      11211     LEC Organic and Biochemistry      3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             113      R50      11213     LEC Visual Basic                  3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             173      R50      11215     LEC Programming in C#             3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             186      R50      11216     LEC Database Programming          3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             191      R50      11217     LEC A+ Hardware Certif Training   3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             192      R50      11218     LEC A+ Software Certif Training   3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             193      R50      11219     LEC Introduction to Linux         3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             263      R50      11220     LEC Web Design                    3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             264      R50      11221     LEC Web Page Applications         3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             1100     R50      11212     LEC Technology for Teachers       3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CIS             1610     R50      11214     LEC Programming in C++            3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CJA             1100     R50      11222     LEC Intro to Criminal Justice Adm 3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CJA             2600     R50      11223     LEC Corrections                   3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CMT             1010     R50      11224     LEC Network/PC Communications     3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
COL             101      R50      11225     LEC Orientation                   3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
COM             110      R50      11229     LEC Survey of Mass Communications 3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
COM             1000     R50      11226     LEC Beginning HTML                3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
COM             1010     R50      11227     LEC Basic Web Design              3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
COM             1020     R50      11228     LEC Basic Web Graphics            3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CST             203      R50      11230     LEC Data Structures               3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CST             209      R50      11231     LEC Java Programming I            3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
CST             218      R50      11232     LEC Java Programming II           3.0                                       TBA                                 TBA
                                            ………………………………………………………………………………………
NOTE: UNDER CURRENT VETERANS ADMINISTRATION REGULATIONS, NO WEB BASED DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES COURSE MAY BE CERTIFIED FOR
BENEFITS PURPOSES. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT MR. JIM WILDER IN THE RECORDS OFFICE, 423-585-2683.
DSPM      0700 R50 11233      LEC    Basic Mathematics                 3.0                 TBA                TBA
DSPM      0800 R50 11234      LEC    Elementary Algebra                3.0                 TBA                TBA
DSPM      0850 R50 11235      LEC    Intermediate Algebra              3.0                 TBA                TBA
DSPR      0700 R50 11236      LEC    Basic Reading                     3.0                 TBA                TBA
DSPR      0800 R50 11237      LEC    Developmental Reading             3.0                 TBA                TBA
DSPS      0800 R50 11238      LEC    Learning Strategies               3.0                 TBA                TBA
DSPW      0700 R50 11239      LEC    Basic Writing                     3.0                 TBA                TBA
DSPW      0800 R50 11240      LEC    Developmental Writing             3.0                 TBA                TBA
                              ………………………………………………………………………………………
ECED            1010     R50      11241     LEC      Intro to Early Childhood Educ             2.0                      TBA                                 TBA
ECED            2010     R50      11242     LEC      Safe Healthy Lrng Environments            3.0                      TBA                                 TBA
ECED            2015     R50      11243     LEC      Early Childhood Curriculum                3.0                      TBA                                 TBA
ECED            2020     R50      11244     LEC      Infant Toddler Child Developmn            3.0                      TBA                                 TBA
ECED            2030     R50      11245     LEC      Infant and Toddler Care                   3.0                      TBA                                 TBA
ECED            2040     R50      11246     LEC      Fmly Dynm and Cmmty Involvmt              3.0                      TBA                                 TBA
ECED            2060     R50      11247     LEC      Develop of Except Children                3.0                      TBA                                 TBA
ECED            2070     R50      11248     LEC      Developmental Assessment                  3.0                      TBA                                 TBA


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               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                               CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                     HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

ECED           2080     R50      11249     LEC      Lang and Ltrcy in Erly Chldhd    3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ECED           2085     R50      11250     LEC      Math and Scienc in Erly Chldhd   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ECED           2090     R50      11251     LEC      Creative Development             3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ECED           2120     R50      11252     LEC      Admin of Child Care Centers      3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ECON           2010     R50      11253     LEC      Economics I                      3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ECON           2020     R50      11254     LEC      Economics II                     3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
EDU            201      R50      11257     LEC      Foundations of Education         3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
EDU            250      R50      11259     LEC      Instruct Technology in Educat    3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
EDU            1100     R50      11255     LEC      Technology for Teachers          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
EDU            1120     R50      11256     LEC      Introduction to Teaching         3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
EDU            2050     R50      11258     LEC      Classroom Management             3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
EDUC           2120     R50      11260     LEC      Intro to Special Education       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           230      R50      11274     LEC      Creative Writing                 3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           1001     R50      11261     LEC      English as a Second Lang I       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           1010     R50      11262     LEC      Composition I                    3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           1020     R50      11263     LEC      Composition II                   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           1030     R50      11264     LEC      Literary Studies Abroad          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2010     R50      11265     LEC      Intro to Lit I: Fiction          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2110     R50      11266     LEC      American Literature I            3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2116     R50      11267     LEC      Writing for the Web              3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2120     R50      11268     LEC      American Literature II           3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2210     R50      11269     LEC      English Masterpieces I           3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2220     R50      11270     LEC      English Masterpieces II          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2410     R50      11271     LEC      Western World Literature I       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2420     R50      11272     LEC      Western World Literature II      3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ENGL           2630     R50      11273     LEC      Literature for Children          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ESC            1110     R50      11275     LEC      Intr to Environment Studies I    4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
ESC            1120     R50      11276     LEC      Intr to Environment Studies II   4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
FREN           1010     R50      11277     LEC      Elementary French I              3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
FREN           1020     R50      11278     LEC      Elementary French II             3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
GEOG           105      R50      11279     LEC      World Regional Geography         3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIST           220      R50      11286     LEC      African American History         3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIST           1110     R50      11280     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn I     3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIST           1120     R50      11281     LEC      Survey of World Civilizatn II    3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIST           2010     R50      11282     LEC      American History I               3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIST           2020     R50      11283     LEC      American History II              3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIST           2030     R50      11284     LEC      Tennessee History                3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIST           2050     R50      11285     LEC      Appalachian History              3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIT            1010     R50      11287     LEC      Medical Terminology              3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIT            1011     R50      11288     LEC      Fundamentals of HIT              3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIT            1110     R50      11289     LEC      Legal Aspects of Hlth Informat   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIT            1120     R50      11290     LEC      Fundament of Disease Processes   4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIT            1130     R50      11291     LEC      Coding and Classif Syst I        3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HIT            1140     R50      11292     LEC      Computer Apps in Hlth Informat   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HPRO           2100     R50      11293     LEC      Wellness Concepts & Practices    3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HSC            190      R50      11294     LEC      Intro to Human Pathophysiology   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HTL            110      R50      11295     LEC      Intro to Hospitality Industry    3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
HUM            1010     R50      11296     LEC      Intro to Humanities I            3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
INFS           1150     R50      11297     LEC      Introduction to Microcomputers   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
INTC           1050     R50      11298     LEC      Computer Graphics/Animation      3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1130     R50      11299     LEC      College Algebra                  3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1410     R50      11300     LEC      Number Cncpts and Algeb Struct   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1420     R50      11301     LEC      Prob Slvng Geom and Statistics   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1530     R50      11302     LEC      Probability and Statistics       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1630     R50      11303     LEC      Finite Mathematics               3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1710     R50      11304     LEC      Pre-Calculus Algebra             3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1720     R50      11305     LEC      Pre-Calculus Trigonometry        3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1830     R50      11306     LEC      Calculus A                       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1910     R50      11307     LEC      Calculus I                       4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           1920     R50      11308     LEC      Calculus II                      4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MATH           2010     R50      11309     LEC      Intro to Linear Algebra          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MKT            2450     R50      11312     LEC      E-Commerce                       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
MUS            1030     R50      11311     LEC      Music Appreciation               3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           1030     R50      11313     LEC      Fundamentals of Nursing I        3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           1040     R50      11314     LEC      Fundamentals of Nursing II       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           1041     R50      11315     CLN      Fund of Nursing II - Clinical    2.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           1050     R50      11316     LEC      Medical-Surgical Nursing I       4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           1051     R50      11317     CLN      Med-SUrg Nursing I Clinical      3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           2050     R50      11318     LEC      Medical-Surgical Nursing II      3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           2051     R50      11319     CLN      Med-Surg Nursing II Clinical     2.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           2060     R50      11320     LEC      Care of the Childbearing Fmly    2.0                       TBA                                 TBA
NURS           2061     R50      11321     CLN      Care of Chldbear Fmly Clinic     1.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PHIL           121      R50      11323     LEC      Elementary Ethics                3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PHIL           1030     R50      11322     LEC      Human Nature and Life            3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PHIL           2430     R50      11324     LEC      Philosophy of Religion           3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PHYS           1030     R50      11325     LEC      Concepts of Physics and Lab      4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
POL            1010     R50      11326     LEC      U S Government and Politics      3.0                       TBA                                 TBA



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               COURSE	 SECTION		           DELIVERY	 	                               CREDIT	   	       	       	                       		DAY(S)	
	   SUBJECT	   NUMBER	 NUMBER	 					CRN	   METHOD	 COURSE	TITLE	                     HOURS		   BLDG	   ROOM	   															TIMES	   OF	WEEK	    INSTRUCTOR

POL            1020     R50      11327     LEC      Intro to Political Science       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
POLS           1501     R50      11328     LEC      Intro to International Relat     3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PS             2020     R50      11329     LEC      State and Local Government       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PSCI           1010     R50      11330     LEC      Physical Science I               4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PSCI           1020     R50      11331     LEC      Physical Science II              4.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PSY            101      R50      11332     LEC      General Psychology               3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PSYC           2111     R50      11333     LEC      Human Growth and Development     3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PY             151      R50      11334     LEC      Psyc of Personal Adjustment      3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
PY             215      R50      11335     LEC      Child Growth and Development     3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SOC            1010     R50      11336     LEC      Introduction to Sociology        3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SOC            1020     R50      11337     LEC      Social Problems                  3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SOCI           1120     R50      11338     LEC      Intro to Cultural Anthropology   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SOCI           2000     R50      11339     LEC      Marriage and Family              3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SP             110      R50      11340     LEC      Fund of Public Speaking          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SPAN           1010     R50      11341     LEC      Elementary Spanish I             3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SPAN           1020     R50      11342     LEC      Elementary Spanish II            3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SPAN           2010     R50      11343     LEC      Intermediate Spanish I           3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
SPAN           2020     R50      11344     LEC      Intermediate Spanish II          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
TELC           2007     R50      11345     LEC      Adolescent Learners              3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
TELC           2009     R50      11346     LEC      Manag Lrng Envir in Schl Set     3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
TELC           2013     R50      11347     LEC      Adult Learners                   3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
THEA           1030     R50      11348     LEC      Introduction to Theatre          3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
WEB            2811     R50      11353     LEC      Advanced Computer Graphics       3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
WEB            2812     R50      11354     LEC      Adv Web Page/Site Design         3.0                       TBA                                 TBA
WMST           2010     R50      11355     LEC      Intro to Women’s Studies         3.0                       TBA                                 TBA




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                                                 Application for Admission
                                                                         to
                                                              Walters State
                                                       Community College
  Walters State                                                                  Morristown, Tennessee

For student information, admissions, records and financial aid offices, call
423-318-2763 or toll-free 1-800-225-4770.

 APPLICATION PROCEDURE
 1.   APPLICATION FEE – Please enclose a non-refundable $10 application fee. Check or money order should be payable to
      Walters State Community College. (Do not send cash)
      Readmitted students do not pay application fee.
 2.   Fill in all information requested.
 3.   Print in ink or type the information.
 4.   Have your high school send an official transcript after graduation.
 5.   Applicants under 21 years of age must have official scores from ACT or SAT submitted to Walters State. The ACT or SAT
      must have been taken no later than three years prior to the beginning date of classes of the term for which the application
      is being made. Dual Enrollment and Advanced Studies students who plan to enroll in English or math must score a
      19 or higher on the applicable ACT subtest. Advance Studies students who are not enrolling for an English or math
      course, Basic Police Officer Education students, and those students enrolling in technical or job-related courses
      are exempt from this requirement. Exempted students will, however, be required to submit these scores if they change
      to degree-seeking status prior to reaching the age of 21 years.
      Degree-seeking applicants 21 years of age or older are required to undergo placement assessment prior to enrollment.
      This assessment should be scheduled well in advance of registration through the Department of Counseling and Testing
      and may also apply to transfer students.
 6.   If you are a transfer student from another college(s), have each college send a complete official transcript.
 7.   Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to a specific program of study. Admission to certain programs
      must be approved by the division chair or director of the program (i.e., Nursing, Education, Public Safety, and Computer
      Science).
 8.   Enter Selective Service Information (see No. 14)
 9.   Return completed application and fee to:
                                 DEPARTMENT OF ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION SERVICES
                                            WALTERS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                            500 SOUTH DAVY CROCKETT PARKWAY
                                            MORRISTOWN, TENNESSEE 37813-6899



  QUICK CHECK LIST
 1.   FILL IN THE APPLICATION COMPLETELY.
 2.   WRITE YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.
 3.   ATTACH A $10 NON-REFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEE.
 4.   NOTIFY YOUR HIGH SCHOOL OR YOUR COLLEGE(S) TO SEND YOUR TRANSCRIPT(S).
 5.   SIGN APPLICATION.




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Please Type or Print in Ink.
                                                                                              If U.S. Social Security Number is unavailable, a student
 1.    Social Security Number                                 -      -                        identification number will be assigned. The applicant must
                                                                                              retain this number for access to his/her file.
 2.    Your Full Name:

       Last                                                       First                                     Middle (required)                      Maiden

       If you have ever had another last name at any time, please list such name(s)


 3.    Your Permanent Home Address:

                                                                  Number and Street, P.O. Box, Apt. No.


       City                                                                       State                                                                 Zip Code


       County                                                                                                                      Home Country (IF NOT USA)


 4.    Phone Number: Home (                       )                          Work (       )                          Other No. (           )

 5.    *Birthdate          /           /                                      E-mail address:_________________________________________
                     mo.       day         year

 6.    *Sex: Male                     Female

 7.    Name of Spouse:
                               Last                                       First                            Middle (required)                       Maiden

 8a.   *Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino or Spanish origin? Yes _____                            No _____
  b.   In addition, select one or more of the following racial categories to describe yourself:
       White _____ Black or African American _____ Asian _____
       American Indian _____ Alaskan Native _____ Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander _____

 9.    *Citizenship:             U.S. Citizen
                                 Permanent Resident Alien                                      VISA Type
                                 Foreign Citizen                                               Country of Citizenship
       *Does not affect admission status. Used for reporting purposes only.
                                                                                                                   You have lived in Tennessee since:
10.    Have you lived in Tennessee continuously since birth? Yes                                   No              Month                    Year
       If no, state your reason for moving to Tennessee

       Employed: Full-time                            Part-time                     Total Hrs. Per week

       Current Employment: Name of Company                                                                         Telephone

                                      Name of Company                                                              Telephone

11.    Name of person to notify in case of emergency

       (Area Code) Phone Number:                                                  Relationship: (circle one): Parent            Guardian       Spouse     Other

12.    Have you previously attended Walters State?                   Yes                       Last Year Attended: 19      / 20
       (includes off-campus sites/not CEU courses)                   No                        Number of Hrs. Accrued at WSCC

13.    _____ Former Graduate of Walters State (Alumnus)                             Graduation Year _______
                                                                                                                          Please use code found on back
14.    If you are degree seeking your major will be:                                                                      page of this application.
       (Non-Degree Seeking Students use N)

15.    Please check below to identify your intended status at Walters State.
             Advance Studies Student (High School Junior or Se-                                         Transfer From Another College
             nior)
             First-time Freshman/Regular Student                                                        Transient (attending another college - taking
                                                                                                        one semester of courses at Walters State
                Special Student *                                                                       designed to transfer back to original college)
                (non-degree seeking/Not eligible for financial aid)                                     Dual Enrollment (earning high school and
                                                                                                        college credit)
       *You will be required to furnish official high school and/or college transcripts in keeping with our admission requirement for all students.

16.    Term and year you plan to enroll: Fall                               Spring                      Summer                   Year ______
                                   17.    High School Name:

                                                      Location:
                                                                    City                                              State                                          Zip Code

                                          Type of diploma (check one)       Graduation Date ______________________
                                          _____ Regular high school diploma                   Month           Year
                                          _____ Specialized Education *
                                          _____ Certificate of Attendance *
                                          _____ GED Date Taken ____________________________ Location ____________________________________
                                          *Students holding this type of diploma must be 21 yrs. of age to be admitted and enrollment will be limited to select courses.
                                   18.    List all Colleges and Universities attended other than Walters State. If none, so state. Use additional sheet if necessary.
                                                                                                                              Dates of Attendance
                                                  Name of School                        Location                                                            Degree(s) Received
                                                                                                                   From-Mo. & Yr.           To-Mo. & Yr.




                                          Are you eligible for readmission next term to the last college attended: Yes                        No
                                          If you attended another TBR institution and took the required assessment test in reading, writing, and/or math-
                                          ematics you must request the scores to be sent to WSCC.
                                          "Certain Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) institutions will send transcripts electronically between schools to better serve
                                          students. I give Walters State Community College permission to request my official transcript from any TBR school in which I
                                          have previously been enrolled, all of which are noted elsewhere on this application. I realize this is a service provided to me by
                                          WSCC and other TBR schools and I understand it is my responsibility to obtain official transcripts from each institution attended
                                          to support my application for admission. WSCC accepts no formal responsibility for delivery of transcripts by other schools."

                                   19.    Chapter 759 of the State of Tennessee Public Acts of 1984 provides that "no person who is required to register for the
                                          Federal Draft shall be eligible to enroll in any state post-secondary school until such person has registered for the draft."
                                          Please provide information below:
                                                  I certify I am registered or will register with Selective Service. I will provide number if requested.
                                          I am not registered for the Federal Selective Service because I am:
                                                female                                                                         not yet required. Permanent resident of the Trust
                                                                                                                               Territory of the Pacific islands or the Northern
                                                  on active duty in the armed forces                                           Mariana Islands
                                                  not 18 yrs. of age. I will register for Selective Service.                   not yet required since I was born before 1960 or
                                                                                                                               I am a foreign student on an F-1 Visa.

                                   20.    Are you a veteran of the United States Armed Forces? Yes                                No
                                          If yes, what is/was your date of separation? Month                        Day                     Year
                                          If you have a learning or physical disability which will cause you to need assistance while in college, please
                                          notify the office of Services for Individuals with Disabilities, Room 210, College Center, Telephone No. 585-6893.
                                          It is recommended that students who may benefit from these services make early contact with the office so that
                                          appropriate accommodations can be arranged.
                                   21.    Have you ever been convicted of, or pleaded guilty to, a criminal charge other than a traffic violation?         Yes         No
NEW APPLICANTS MUST ENCLOSE $10.




                                          If yes, please explain

                                   ALL APPLICANTS MUST READ AND SIGN BELOW
                                   I understand that withholding information requested in this application or giving false information may make me ineligible for admission
                                   to, or continuation in, Walters State Community College. With this in mind, I certify that all the above statements are correct and com-
                                   plete. If I am accepted as a student at this institution, there are certain performance tests I will be required to take during my academic
                                   career. It is a requirement of admission that I agree to take any tests deemed necessary by the institution. In those instances where tests
                                   are administered by an external entity, I hereby agree for the results of such tests to be released to the institution. The purpose of this
                                   requirement is to comply with the legislature's expressed intent that institutions regularly evaluate and improve instruction at all levels. If
                                   I am under 21 years of age and am required by institutional policy to complete the Compass Test, my scores on these tests and course
                                   placement may be reported to my high school for research purposes. Any test scores will be treated confidentially as required by law.

                                                                                                                                            FOR COLLEGE USE ONLY
                                                                                                                                    How Received
                                                                           Signature                                                Date Paid
                                                                                                                                    Receipt Number
                                                                                                                                    Date Entered
                                                                             Date
                                                                                                                                    Entered By
 N          Non-Degree Seeking at WSCC (Special Student)


                                                                  Transfer Programs
  Associate of Arts
  ARED      Art Education                   FASA        Fine/Studio Arts          MCOM      Mass Communications           RLGS       Religious Studies
  ARHI      Art History                     FREN        French                    MUSA      Music                         SPAN       Spanish
  BRCT      Broadcasting                    GENA        General Studies           MUSE      Music Education               SPCH       Speech Communication
  DNCE      Dance                           GERM        German                    PHIL      Philosophy                    THTR       Theatre
  ENGL      English                         JRNL        Journalism                PLSC      Political Science             WMST       Women's Studies
  FA        Fine Arts/Art Emphasis          LBAA        Liberal Arts

  Associate of Science in Teaching
  TCHG      Teaching

  Associate of Science
  AFAS      African-American Studies                              GEN      General Option               PRDH      Pre-Dental Hygiene
  AGRI      Agriculture Option                                    GGY      Geography                    PRDL      Pre-Radiography
  AMST      American Studies                                      GEOL     Geology                      PPHR      Pre-Pharmacy
  ASTR      Astronomy                                             HIST     History                      PPTH      Pre-Physical Therapy
  BIOL      Biology                                               HPER     Phys. Ed., Health & Rec.     PRMT      Pre-Med Technology
  BUS       Business Option                                       MMED     Math/Math Ed/Statistics      PSYC      Psychology
  CHEM      Chemistry                                             PCHR     Pre-Chiropractic             PVET      Pre-Veterinary Medicine - Animal Science (Ag)
  CINS      Computer Science, UP                                  PDEN     Pre-Dentistry                PVMD      Pre-Veterinary Medicine (Sci.)
  CRJT      Criminal Justice, UP                                  PEVH     Pre-Environmental Health     SCED      Secondary Education
  EEDU      Elementary Education                                  PHYS     Physics                      SCWK      Social Work
  ENGR      Pre-Engineering                                       PMED     Pre-Medicine                 SOCA      Sociology/Anthropology
  ECHD      Early Childhood Education                             POCC     Pre-Occupational Therapy     SPED      Special Education
  ENTI      Profess. Entertainment - Entertainment Industry       POPT     Pre-Optometry
  ENTP      Profess. Entertainment - Performance

                                                  Technical Education Programs
     Associate of Applied Science
     CIS         Computer & Information Science - Comp.Sc.                         MGPS        MGMT - Paralegal Studies
     CSIN        Information Technology                                            MHRM        MGMT - Hotel & Restaurant Management
     CSNW        CIS - Computer Networking                                         NRCM        Nursing - Career Mobility
     ECED        Early Childhood Education                                         NRRN        Nursing
     GTEC        Industrial Technology - General Technology                        PARA        Public Safety - Paramedic
     HITC        Health Information Technology                                     PNRN        Pre-Nursing
     ITBM        Bio Medical Equipment Technology                                  PRPM        Pre-Paramedic
     ITDR        Industrial Technology - Drafting/Design                           PRES        Pre-Respiratory Care
     ITEL        Industrial Technology - Electrical/Electronics                    PRGH        Production Horticulture - Greenhouse Management
     ITEM        Electro Mechanical Technology                                     PRPT        Pre-Physical Therapist Assistant
     ITMF        Industrial Technology - Manufacturing                             PTHT        Physical Therapist Assistant
     MACC        MGMT - Accounting                                                 PRTG        Prod. Horticulture - Golf Course & Turfgrass Mgmt.
     MAGB        MGMT - Agric. Business                                            PSFP        Public Safety - Fire Protection
     MAOA        MGMT - Administrative Office Assistant                            PSLE        Public Safety - Law Enforcement
     MBUS        MGMT - Business Administration                                    RESP        Respiratory Care
     MCUL        MGMT - Culinary Arts

                                                              Certificate Programs
  BEMT        Emergency Med. Tech. Basic                 ITC         Industrial Technology                   MDTR         Medical Transcription
  BLEO        Basic Law Enforcement                      ITMT        Industrial Maintenance                  PHAR         Pharmacy Technician
                 Officer Training                        LMGT        Landscape Management                    PSPM         Emergency Med. Tech. Paramedic
  CLAR        Culinary Arts                              MDCD        Medical Coding                          QCT          Quality Control Technician
  HORT        Horticulture                               MDIS        Medical Insurance Specialist            WFPP         Workforce Preparedness

                                                     Regents On-Line Programs
  NRRD    AAS Nursing                                                       RGNA AA - General Studies             WPA  Certificate Web Page Authoring
  PRST    AAS Professional Studies - Information Technology                 RGEN AS - General Studies             WTEC AAS Web Technology


                                                  Walters State Community College Security
Pursuant to the provisions of the "College and University Security Information Act", Public Chapter No. 317, enacted by the 1989 General As-
sembly, Walters State Community College makes available crime rates and statistics as well as security policies and procedures to interested
parties. If you wish to review or receive a copy of this information, please contact: Campus Police, Walters State Community College 500 S.
Davy Crockett Parkway, Morristown, Tennessee 37813-6899, Telephone: 423-585-6752.




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  DEPARTMENT OF ADMISSIONS AND
      REGISTRATION SERVICES


                      Hepatitis B Immunization Health History Form
Name:                                                                                         SSN#
           Last                                   First                         MI


Date of Birth:                                                      Telephone Number: (             )
                             Month / Day / Year



The General Assembly of the State of Tennessee mandates that each public or private postsecondary institution in the state
provide information concerning hepatitis B infection to all students matriculating for the first time. The required information
below includes the risk factors and dangers of the disease as well as information on the availability and effectiveness of the
vaccine for persons who are at-risk for the disease. The information concerning this disease is from the Centers for Disease
Control and the American College Health Association.

The law does not require that students receive vaccination for enrollment. Furthermore, the institution is not required
by law to provide vaccination and/or reimbursement for the vaccine.
    A.   Hepatitis B (HBV) Immunization
         [TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL NEW STUDENTS]
         Hepatitis B (HBV) is a serious viral infection of the liver that can lead to chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, liver
         cancer, liver failure, and even death. The disease is transmitted by blood and/or body fluids and many people
         will have no symptoms when they develop the disease. The primary risk factors for Hepatitis B are sexual
         activity and injecting drug use. This disease is completely preventable. Hepatitis B vaccine is available to all
         age groups to prevent Hepatitis B viral infection. A series of three (3) doses of vaccine are required for optimal
         protection. Missed doses may still be sought to complete the series if only one or two have been acquired. The
         HBV vaccine has a record of safety and is believed to confer lifelong immunity in most cases.
         CHECK ONE:
         _____       I hereby certify that I have read this information and I have received the initial dose of the
                     Hepatitis B vaccine.
                     Date of initial dose of Hepatitis B vaccine:            /     /

         _____       I hereby certify that I have read this information and I have elected not to receive the Hepatitis
                     B vaccine.

Signature of Student or Parent/Guardian
(If student is under 18):                                                                                Date

For more information about the Hepatitis B disease and its vaccine, please contact your local health care provider
or consult the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Web site at: www.cdc.gov/health/default.htm .

    This form must be completed in full by all students as part of the admissions process. Failure to
    return this form to the admissions office will result in the loss of registration privileges for future
    semesters.




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                                  APPLICATION FOR READMISSION
                                   WALTERS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                       500 South Davy Crockett Parkway
                                          Morristown, TN 37813-6899
                               Phone: 1-800-225-4770, ext. 6 • Fax: 423-585-6786
     Social Security Number




Last Name                                                 First Name                               Middle Name


                                                          Street


City                                                       State                                                Zip



County                                                                                                     Telephone



               Date of Birth              *Sex                                              *E-mail


*Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino or Spanish origin? Yes _____      No _____
     In addition, select one or more of the following racial categories to describe yourself:
       White _____ Black or African American _____ Asian _____
       American Indian _____ Alaskan Native _____ Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander _____

*Does not affect admission status. Used for reporting purposes only.


Term last attended Walters State                                         Term and year returning


Status                Degree-Seeking              Non-Degree (special)                   Non-Degree (transient)


Major                                   (enter code from back of form)


High School attended


Address
             Street                                City                                  State                        Zip


Have you attended another institution since you were enrolled at Walters State? Yes                   No

List institutions attended
and dates attended:


If degree seeking, you must have transcripts from ALL institutions you have attended since your last enrollment at
Walters State forwarded to the Walters State Admissions Office. If transient, you must complete a transient form in place
of having transcripts forwarded.
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     NOTE TO THE REGISTRAR/PRINCIPAL

              PLEASE RETURN THIS COPY WITH THE TRANSCRIPT.


TO THE REGISTRAR/PRINCIPAL OF:




Dear Sir:

I have applied for admission to Walters State Community College for the                                                  Semester, 20
Please mail an official copy of my academic transcript to:

                            DEPARTMENT OF ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION SERVICES
                            WALTERS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                            500 SOUTH DAVY CROCKETT PARKWAY
                            MORRISTOWN, TN 37813-6899

If I have taken the COMPASS Examination at your college/university, please send a copy of the scores with my transcript.

                                                                                                                                   Yes
My last period of attendance at your school was                                                                         Graduate
                                                                                       (term and year)                             No


My Social Security Number is                          -                          -


My date of birth is
                               (Month)                                (Day)                                 (Year)




(Last Name)                                  (First Name)                                   (Middle Name)                          (Maiden Name)



If there is a charge for this service, please bill me at the address indicated below:


                                                             (Street or Rural Route)




                                                            (City, State, and Zip Code)




                          (Signature)                                                                           (Date Mailed)




Please ensure that the high school graduation date and, if applicable, the type of diploma are clearly marked on the
transcript.

If you have sent this transcript to Walters State in the past three weeks, please disregard this notice. If this student is still
enrolled in high school and has entered Walters State as an advanced studies student, please do NOT send the transcript
until the student has graduated. If this transcript is being sent as a part of application for scholarships, please clearly
mark the transcript accordingly.
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Walters State Community College    Non-Profit Organization
500 South Davy Crockett Parkway         U.S. Postage
                                            PAID
Morristown, Tennessee 37813-6899   Morristown, Tennessee
                                     PERMIT NO. 210
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED