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					Clackamas Community College Curricular Changes - Effective for Academic Year 2010-11
This list submitted to OrACRAO on: August 1, 2010
Curricular Change Cycle: Annually
Annual submission date: By August 30 of each year
Name & contact info of person updating this template: Lynda Graf, 503-594-3382 or lyndamg@clackamas.edu




                                Prefix
                                         Course#




                                                                                         Credits
Effective    New (N)                               Course Title                                    Course Description                                                                               Type of Change
Term        Modified (M)                                                                                                                                                                            (for modified classes
            Deleted (D)                                                                                                                                                                             only)



Summer           D         AB            111       Collisional Repair/Chassis & Brakes    5 Collision damage repair. Covers diagnosis, repair and replacement of brake, suspension and
2010                                                                                        steering components.
Summer           D         AB            211       Collision Repair Electrical            7 Develops entry level skills in testing, diagnosing and repairing chassis-wiring systems relating to
2010                                                                                        automotive collision damage. Includes advanced electrical diagnosis and repair, passive and non-
                                                                                            passive restraint systems, such as seat belt restraints, air bags and impact sensor units.

Summer           N         AM            118       Small Engine Repair                    3 This course is designed to provide students with an overview of basic small engine maintenance,
2010                                                                                        operation and repair. It covers safety, small engine theory, electrical systems, and troubleshooting.
                                                                                            Classroom instruction is combined with hands-on shop activities.
Summer           N         AM            119       Electrical Systems Fundamentals        3 A fundamental automotive electrical course that covers basic electricity and electrical repair
2010                                                                                        procedures; includes wiring and wiring repair, cranking, charging, lighting, and ignition systems
                                                                                            service, fuel systems, emission control, and computer sensor systems.
Summer           D         AM            120       New Student College Success            1 Workshop style course designed to introduce students to each other and the skills they will need to
2010                                                                                        achieve college success. Recommended for all new students in the automotive field.

Summer        D+B32        AM            240       Alternative Fuels                      4 Offers students familiarity and entry levels to work with alternative fuel systems. Explores
2009                                                                                        (technically, economically and ecologically) the following alternative fuels: Bio-diesel, vegetable
                                                                                            oils, electricity, ethanol, hydrogen, propane, natural gas, heat engines, fuel cell and hybrid
                                                                                            vehicles.
Summer           D         AM            258       Advanced Brake & Chassis Systems       4 A continuation of AM-130 and AM-131. Includes in-depth study of alignment, ABS, suspension
2010                                                                                        problems, and special tools and equipment used in brake and suspension service.

Summer           N         APR 111UG Hydro-Generation: Electric Theory I                  5 First of three courses designed to instruct first-year students on the fundamentals of basic
2009                                                                                        electrical theory, math applications in electrical energy, reading and interpreting prints and
                                                                                            schematics, and safe work practices.
Summer           N         APR 112UG Hydro-Generation: Electric Theory II                 5 Second of three courses designed to instruct first year students on the applications of basic
2009                                                                                        electrical theory, motors and generators, three phase, transformers, instruments, grounding and
                                                                                            safe work practices.
Summer           N         APR 113UG Hydro-Generation: Electric Theory III                5 Third of three courses designed to instruct first year on the applications of basic electronic and
2009                                                                                        mechanical theory including: forces, motion, work, energy, machines, pumps, valves, hydraulics
                                                                                            and pneumatics and safe work practices.
Summer           N         APR 121UG Hydro-Generation: Fundamentals I                     5 This is the first of three courses designed to instruct second year students on the applications of
2009                                                                                        hydro plant and power generation systems, power dispatch and operations, water systems and
                                                                                            their components, and safe work practices.


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Summer   N   APR 122UG Hydro-Generation: Fundamentals II    5 This is the second of three courses designed to instruct second year students on the applications
2009                                                          of hydro plant and power generation systems, hydro turbines, turbine control and monitoring,
                                                              generation construction and operation, and safe work practices.
Summer   N   APR 123UG Hydro-Generation: Fundamentals III   5 This is the third of three courses designed to instruct second year students on the applications of
2009                                                          hydro plant and power generation systems, hydro plant auxiliary systems, plant electrical
                                                              equipment operations, river control, dam safety and monitoring, and safe work practices.

Summer   N   APR 131UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 First in a series of three computer-based learning courses on the general theory and operations of
2009                   Generation I                           hydroelectric power plants, power dispatch and operations, water systems and components, and
                                                              safe work practices.
Summer   N   APR 132UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 Second in a series of three computer-based learning courses on the general theroy and operations
2009                   Generation II                          of hydroelectric power plants, power dispatch and operations, water systems and components, and
                                                              safe work practices.
Summer   N   APR 133UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 Third in a series of three computer-based learning courses on the general theory and operations of
2009                   Generation III                         hydroelectric power plants, power dispatch and operations, water systems and components, and
                                                              safe work practices.
Summer   N   APR 134UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 First in a series of three computer-based learning courses on the mechanicall theory and
2009                   Systems Mechanical I                   operations of hydroelectric power plants, including turbine, dams and water supply systems,
                                                              hydroelectric plant support systems and components, maintenance requirements, NERC and
                                                              FERC licensing and operating restrictions, and safe work practices.
Summer   N   APR 135UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 Second in a series of three computer-based learning courses on the mechanical theory and
2009                   Systems Mechanical II                  operations of hydroelectric power plants, including turbine, dams and water supply systems,
                                                              hydroelectric plant support systems and components, maintenance requirements, NERC and
                                                              FERC licensing and operating restrictions, and safe work practices.
Summer   N   APR 136UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 Third in the series of three computer-based learning courses on the mechanical theory and
2009                   Mechanical Systems III                 operations of hydroelectric power plants, including turbine, dams and water supply systems,
                                                              hydroelectric plant support systems and components, maintenance requirements, NERC and
                                                              FERC licensing and operating restrictions, and safe work practices.

Summer   N   APR 137UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 First in a series of three computer-based learning courses on the fundamentals of electrical theory,
2009                   Systems-Electrical I                   math applications in hydro-power and electrical theory, the basic concepts of hydro-electric plant
                                                              and transmission and distribution systems, the performance of system protection, power grid
                                                              operation and safe electrical work practices.
Summer   N   APR 138UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 Second in a series of three computer-based learning courses on the fundamentals of electrical
2009                   Systems-Electrical II                  theory, math applications in hydro-power and electrical theory, the basic concepts of hydro-electric
                                                              plant and transmission and distribution systems, the performance of system protection, power grid
                                                              operation and safe electrical work practices.

Summer   N   APR 139UG Hydro-Generation: Hydroelectric      2 Third in a series of three computer-based learning courses on the fundamentals of electrical
2009                   Systems-Electrical III                 theory, math applications in hydro-power and electrical theroy, the basic concepts of hydro-electric
                                                              plant and transmission and distribution systems, the performance of system protection, power grid
                                                              operation and safe electrical work practices.
Summer   N   APR 221UG Hydro-Generation: Operations I       5 This is the first of three courses designed to instruct third year students on the application of hydro
2009                                                          plant and power generation systems, hydro turbines, turbine control and monitoring, generator
                                                              construction and operation, and safe work practices.




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Summer   N   APR 222UG Hydro-Generation: Operations II      5 This is the second of three courses designed to instruct third year students on the performance of
2009                                                          hydro plant and power generation systems, power dispatch and operations, water systems and
                                                              components, substations, power transmission systems, and safe work practices.


Summer   N   APR 223UG Hydro-Generation: Operations III     5 This is the third of three courses designed to instruct third year students on the performance of
2009                                                          system protection and power grid operations.
Summer   N   APR 231UG Hydro-Generation: Systems Operator   5 This course is designed to instruct students on the applications and performance to coordinate
2009                                                          system load dispatch, control reservoir levels through water management and power generation,
                                                              management of river basins and safe work practices.
Summer   N   APR 235IE    NEC-Article 500-800               3 This class is an intensive study of Article 800 of teh National Electrical Code.
2009
Summer   N   APR 236IE    PLCs & Frequency Drives I         3 This class is designed to teach students advanced PLC's, frequency drives, and soft starts.
2009
Summer   N   APR 237IE    Commercial Calculations           3 Area I Inside Wireman Apprenticeship related training, practical commercial calculations, and
2009                                                          related National Electrical Code study with DC electrical theory.
Summer   N   APR 238IE    PLCs & Frequency Drives II        3 Designed to teach students advanced study of PLC's, frequency drives and soft starts.
2009
Summer   N   APR 245IE    NEC Article 90-100 & Theory       3 This course is designed to assist students in the use of the National Electrical Code in preparation
2009                                                          for the State of Oregon Electrical exam.
Summer   N   APR 255IE    NEC CH 3-6 & OAR/ORS              3 This course is designed to assist students in the study of the National Electrical Code in
2009                                                          preparation for the State of Oregon Electrical Journeyman exam.
Summer   N   APR 265IE    NEC Design Calculations & CH 9    3 This class is an intensive study of Article 800 of teh National Electrical Code.
2009
Summer   N   APR 275IE    Install Calculations & CH 9       3 This course is designed to assist students in the use of the National Electrical Code in preparation
2009                                                          for the State of Oregon Electrical exam.
Summer   N   APR 285IE    NEC CH 1, 2, 7, 8 & WA Rules      3 This course is designed to assist students in the use of the National Electrical Code in preparation
2009                                                          for the State of Washington Electrical exam.
Summer   M   ART 100A     Jewelry Making Techniques         1 Various topics will introduce techniques in: construction, forming, fabrication, soldering, inlay,   Course
2010                                                          etching, mold making, casting, stone setting and silversmithing. Students will be encouraged to      description
                                                              create and design their own jewelry with both meaning and function. Historical and contemporary change
                                                              issues surrounding jewelry and body adornment will be presented and discussed during the
                                                              course.
Summer   M   ART 100B     Ceramic Making Techniques         1 Various topics will introduce techniques in clay construction, firing, glazing and other ceramic           Course
2010                                                          methods. Students will be encouraged to create and design their own work using clay and clay               description
                                                              materials which consider meaning and function. Historical and contemporary issues related to               change
                                                              ceramics will be presented and discussed.
Summer   D   ART 100C     Multiples: Jewelry Casting        1 The focus of this course will center on the fundamentals of casting. Techniques covered include
2010                                                          simple mold making, cuttlefish and centrifugal casting.
Summer   D   ART 100D     Basic Jewelry Making              1 Explore various metalsmithing techniques such as silver soldering, inlay, basic construction and
2010                                                          fabrication of sheet metals (copper, brass, silver) through making rings, brooches and bracelet.
                                                              Students will be encouraged to create and design their own jewelry with both meaning and
                                                              function. Historical and contemporary issues surrounding jewelry and body adornment will be
                                                              presented and discussed during the course. Students will learn various methods of ring making,
                                                              including casting and stone setting.

Summer   M   ART 197      Gallery Design & Management       3 Introduction to the fundamental goals and methodology of managing a visual arts gallery. This              Course
2010                                                          course examines issues of contemporary art while providing practical experience in curating,               description
                                                              preparation and installation of exhibitions, fund raising, grant writing, public relations and related     change
                                                              gallery objectives.
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Summer   D   BA    162    Procurement for Managers         3 Addresses the manager’s role in procurement including selection of contract types, corporate team
2010                                                         agreements, proposal solicitation, source selection, contract awards, contract administration, and
                                                             close-out of project procurements.
Summer   M   BA    228    Computerized Accounting          3 This course provides the student with an introductory hands-on experience to leran how computers Prefix and
2010                                                         are used for accounting applications using a Windows operating system environment. (formerly BT number change
                                                             105)
Summer   D   BA    267    Organizational Behavior &        4 Concepts of organizational design, development and behavior wherein students study, analyze,
2010                      Development                        and learn to develop systems for specific management objectives. Focus is on individual, group,
                                                             and organizational leadership strategies and effective self-assessment leading to improved goal
                                                             convergence and productivity.
Summer   N   BRI   095    Bridges to Work                  3 Designed to assist young adults in successfully transitioning to higher education through providing
2010                                                         awareness of educational options and resources, overcoming barriers, exploring attitudes, abilities
                                                             and interests; goal setting; and prsenting opportunities to aid students in college success. This will
                                                             enable them to take full advantage of options that will positively shape their future.

Summer   D   BT    105    Computerized Accounting          3 This course provides the student with an introductory hands-on experience to leran how computers Prefix and
2010                                                         are used for accounting applications using a Windows operating system environment.               number change

Summer   M   BT    121    Data Entry                       1 Designed to teach the computer numeric keypad by touch with speed and accuracy using industry Course
2010                                                         standards for data entry. The skill is especially helpful to people in the fields of data entry, description
                                                             accounting, office administration, insurance, banking and finance, and any other work that requires change
                                                             numeric input.
Summer   N   BT    271    Advanced Business Projects       4 Students participate in dynamic business simulations that provide experience in working as team
2010                                                         members in a professional environment. This includes practicing using oral and written
                                                             communications, analyzing information, problem solving, decision making, prioritizing, applying
                                                             time management skills, and using industry standard technology tools.
Summer   D   BT    220I   Desktop Publishing: InDesign     3 Introduction to electronic page layout and production using Adobe InDesign. Covers fundamental
2010                                                         program functions and techniques for working with text and graphics to create professional-looking
                                                             business publications.
Summer   M   CDT 103      Computer-Aided Drafting I        1-4 Introduction to drafting applications using AutoCAD. Covers problem solving, drawing layout,           Credit change
2010                                                           orthographic multi-view projection, line types, geometric construction and current drafting            Course
                                                               techniques. Uses industry standards for CAD drawing, editing, file management, dimensions and          description
                                                               notes.                                                                                                 change
Summer   M   CDT 224      Professional Web Design          1-3 Introduction to the design, creation and manage- ment of professional web pages. Basic and             Course
2010                                                           HTML document creation, introduction to JAVASCRIPT, use and manipulation of graphic image              description
                                                               files, animating web page graphics, HTML forms.                                                        change
Summer   D   CHN 101      First-Year Mandarin              4 Designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of Mandarin and the Chinese language and
2010                                                         culture. Emphasis on listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Summer   D   CHN 102      First-Year Mandarin              4 Second of a three-term foundational, multi-media Mandarin course designed to provide students
2010                                                         with a basic knowledge of Mandarin and the Chinese language and culture. Emphasis on listening,
                                                             speaking, reading and writing.
Summer   D   CJA   137    Mass Murder/Serial Killer        3 Exploration into mass murders and serial killings, and the impact each has on society. Examines
2010                                                         issues of causation and the social environmental linkage of recent and notorious cases including
                                                             the mind set of offenders.
Summer   M   CJA   140    Introduction to Crime Analysis   1 Examines the history and development of crime analysis in the criminal justice field. Defines crime Course
2010                                                         analysis, identifies the three categories and four functions within each category; and the tasks and description
                                                             products associated with each category.                                                              change
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Summer   M   CS   179    Introduction to Networking         3 Introductory course in Computer Networking. Covers data communication basics, network models, Title change
2010                                                          Ethernet, cabling, remote connectivity, wireless networking, and basic TCP/IP operation and Course
                                                              configuration.                                                                                description
                                                                                                                                                            change
Summer   M   CS   227    PC Hardware & Repair               4 Part 1 of a 2 part series. Covers basic operational concepts, identification, installation and Course
2010                                                          configuration, power supplies, motherboards, microprocessors, memory modules, and disk drives. description
                                                              Map to the A+ certification exam objectives.                                                   change
Summer   M   CS   228    PC Hardware & Repair II            4 Part 2 of a 2 part series. Covers basic operational concepts, identification, installation, Course
2010                                                          configuration, and troubleshooting of sound video, I/O devices, and printers. Also covers software description
                                                              tools used in the configuration and troubleshooting of PCs. Maps to the A+ certification exam change
                                                              objectives.
Summer   N   CS   240M   Operating Systems II: MacOS        3 An exploration of the current Macintosh operating system. Includes installation, disks and file
2010                                                          systems, profiles and policies, security, internetworking, remote access, printing and
                                                              troubleshooting.
Summer   M   CS   279W   Windows Server Administration      4 Managing a Microsoft Windows server network. Topics include: Network protocols, Active Title change
2010                                                          Directory, performance issues, managing web resources, security, and disaster recovery.
Summer   M   CS   288W   Network Administration             4 Issues with forming an internet by connecting multiple Windows LANs. Emphasizes TCP/IP
2010                                                          protocols including DHCP, DNS, ARP, IPsec and routing protocols. Also covers connections to the
                                                              Internet, web servers, and security issues. Hands-on experience with hardware and software.

Summer   M   DMC 190     Digital Multimedia Communication   4 The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to combine their skills, Hours change
2010                     Portfolio Project I                  knowledge, and special interests in the planning, production, and presentation of an original
                                                              finished product representative of any one of the focus areas included in the Digital Multimedia
                                                              Communications Program.
Summer   M   DMC 191     Digital Multimedia Communication      The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to combine their skills, Hours change
2010                     Portfolio Project II                  knowledge, and special interests in the revision, refinement, and further development of an original
                                                               finished product representative of any one of the focus areas included in the Digital Multimedia
                                                               Communications Program, and to collaborate with peers in the process of integrating their work
                                                               with one additional DMC focus area.
Summer   M   DMC 192     Digital Multimedia Communication      The purpose of this course is to provide students the opportunity to combine their skills, Hours change
2010                     Portfolio Project III                 knowledge, and special interests in the production and production management of an original
                                                               portfolio project that reflects full integration of DMC focus areas.
Summer   N   DMC 194     Introduction to Film               4 Explores the language of film both connotatively and denotatively. Students will learn to analyze a
2010                                                          film beyond its surface meaning by gaining knowledge of film aesthetics, technology, history, and
                                                              theory.
Summer   M   DMC 264     Digital Filmmaking                 4 Presents and defines the skills needed for producing a short screenplay. These skills will include      Course
2010                                                          screenplay editing, script breakdown and scheduling, dramatic interpretation of written work,           description
                                                              shooting and lighting techniques, and editing. Lab component included.                                  change
Summer   N   DMC 296     Adaption: Literature into Film     4 Explores the art of transforming literary text into films. Focuses on various literary genres such as
2010                                                          the novel, the short story, the play, and the nonfiction event, and analyzes the process of adapting
                                                              these stories.
Summer   D   ED   133    Instructional Media & Materials    1 In this courses, participants will acquire knowledge of numerous programs available to them on
2010                                                          school district computers, including use of different media and hardware. Also covered will be
                                                              safety issues related to students and their computer use, with a focus on the Internet.




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Summer   D   ED   136   Computers in Education I            1 This course is designed to prepare teachers/teaching assistants to apply numerous programs
2010                                                          available on school district computers, including using existing templates, create templates for use
                                                              in lessons/units that integrate technology. The course will learn how to access "free" services on
                                                              the Internet--including those considered "Web 2.0.
Summer   D   ED   137   Computers in Education II           1 In this course, students will use their previously acquired knowledge of technology and media to
2010                                                          work in the classroom. Students will evaluate and analyze the efficacy of their technology choices
                                                              and integrations.
Summer   N   EL   085   Study Skills for Math               1 Focuses on study strategies specific to math, including note taking; reading math textbooks;
2010                                                          preparing for, taking, and analyzing math tests. Addresses math anxiety, memory techniques and
                                                              effective habits for success in math.
Summer   N   EL   090   Applied Study Skills                3 Emphasizes practical study skills for college students. Strategies for organizing study materials
2010                                                          and time, remembering information, studying textbooks and taking lecture notes will be applied.
                                                              Methods of preparing for tests, taking tests, and managing on-line course components such as
                                                              Moodle are addressed.
Summer   D   EMT 106    Emergency Communication & Patient   3 Covers EMS operational areas including emergency communications and radio use techniques,
2010                    Transportation                        ambulance operation, maintenance, laws and safety, emergency response and driving techniques,
                                                              route planning, communications systems and more.
Summer   N   EMT 108    Emergency Response Patient          2 Covers ambulance operations, laws, maintenance and safety, emergency response driving and
2010                    Transportation                        route planning.
Summer   N   EMT 109    Emergency Response                  2 Covers principles of communication via verbal, written and electronic modes in the provision of
2010                    Communication/Documentation           EMS. Documentation of the elements of patient assessment, patient care and transport,
                                                              communication systems, radio types, reports, codes and correct techniques.
Summer   D   EMT 114    NREMT--Basic Recertification        5 Designed for the EMT student who needs to re-register with the NREMT, may have allowed
2010                                                          certification to lapse, or needs additional instruction in order to pass the certification test.
Summer   D   EMT 230    EMT Advanced Skills Integration     3 Enhances the knowledge of all basic level pre-hospital care providers and improves understanding
2010                                                          of ALS procedures. Designed for the EMT who assists advanced providers in pre-hospital care, is
                                                              interested in working for an EMS agency, or wants a prep class before beginning an EMT-I or EMT-
                                                              P program. Additional clinical hours with EMS agency required.

Summer   N   ENG 130    Leadership in Literature            4 This course examines the nature of leadership by analyzing characters in major literary works who
2010                                                          are themselves leaders. Students will read and analyze texts, discuss character motivation, and
                                                              determine an alternate resolution if possible.
Summer   N   ENG 194    Introduction to Film                4 Explores the language of film both connotatively and denotatively. Students will learn to analyze a
2010                                                          film beyond its surface meaning by gaining knowledge of film aesthetics, technology, history, and
                                                              theory.
Summer   M   ENG 202    Shakespeare                         4 Study of significant plays and sonnets, with each term covering a different selection of comedies,      Course
2010                                                          histories, and tragedies, leading to a broader understanding of Shakespeare's body of work.             description
                                                                                                                                                                      change
Summer   N   ENG 296    Adaption: Literature into Film      4 Explores the art of transforming literary text into films. Focuses on various literary genres such as
2010                                                          the novel, the short story, the play, and the nonfiction event, and analyzes the process of adapting
                                                              these stories.
Summer   N   ENL 115    Advanced Reading A                  3 In this course advanced ESL students will practice academic reading skills.
2010
Summer   N   ENL 116    Advanced Reading B                  3 In this course advanced ESL students will practice academic reading skills
2010
Summer   M   ERM 103    Energy & Resource Technology III:   3 Examine methods for generating electricity.Coal, natural gas nuclear, hydro, diesel powered            Course
2010                    Generation                            plants, and the path to emerging technologies such as wind, solar, geothermal & wave energy            description
                                                              resources.                                                                                             change
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Summer   N   ERM 174     Groundworker Training                3 This course is designed to prepare the student for basic line Groundworker responsibilities.
2010                                                            Provides the training, field competency, and documentation to become qualified to assume duties
                                                                of a bid Groundworker.
Summer   N   ERM 175     Initial Pole Climbing                4 Covers all of the basic knowledge, skills and abilities required to safely perform the duties of a line
2010                                                            worker. Focus is on safety, proper equipment & various job functions. Students will practice &
                                                                perform pole top rescue and test out doing different performances on the pole from four feet to
                                                                thirty five feet. All climbing is done in full fall restraint.
Summer   M   ESL   014   Introduction to Business English A   0 This course is part A of a two-part series of classes designed for non-native speakers of English Course
2010                                                            who are considering employment and/or training in a business field. The course teaches students description
                                                                the basic communication skills frequently required in everyday business interactions both in the  change
                                                                U.S. and internationally.
Summer   M   ESL   015   Introduction to Business English B   0 This course is part B of a two-part series of classes designed for non-native speakers of English Course
2010                                                            who are considering employment and/or training in a business field. The course teaches students description
                                                                the basic communication skills frequently required in everyday business interactions both in the  change
                                                                U.S. and internationally.
Summer   D   ESL   018   Introduction to Business English     0 This is an introductory course designed for upper-intermediate and advanced level non-native
2010                                                            speakers of English who are considering pursuing employment and/or training in a business field.
                                                                Course teaches students the basic communication skills frequently required in everyday business
                                                                transactions both in the U.S. and internationally.
Summer   M   ESL   050   Beginning Reading & Writing             This course is designed to teach beginning-level students who have limited knowledge of written     Title change
2010                                                             English. Students will practice alphabet recognition, read and write short sentences, study new
                                                                 vocabulary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning skills to use in everyday life and
                                                                 in the workplace.
Summer   M   ESL   063   Idioms & Conversation A              0 This course is part A of a two-part series that introduces common idioms while practicing                 Title change
2010                                                            conversation skills at the upper intermediate level.
Summer   M   ESL   064   Idioms & Conversation B              0 This course is part B of a two-part series that introduces common idioms while practicing                 Title change
2010                                                            conversation skills at the upper intermediate level.
Summer   N   ESL   075   ESL Study Skills                     0 In this course, students work independently to improve their English language skills as they              Title and Course
2010                                                            complete assignments or projects from other classes.                                                      description
Summer   D   ESL   087   Editing                              0 In this course, upper level ESL students will improve their writing through editing. Required:
2010                                                            Instructor consent.
Summer   N   ESL   088   Advanced Reading A                   0 In this course, advanced ESL students will practice academic reading skills. Students generally
2010                                                            take for more than one term in order to satisfy all requirements.
Summer   N   ESL   089   Advanced Reading B                   0 In this course, advanced ESL students will practice academic reading skills. Students generally
2010                                                            take for more than one term in order to satisfy all requirements.
Summer   N   FR    212   Intermediate French Conversation     3 Development of speaking and listening proficiency through creative activities such as discussions
2010                                                            of excerpts from contemporary French-language media, presentations, games and interviews of
                                                                classmates. Major topics and level of conversational difficulty will parallel FR 202.

Summer   N   FR    213   Intermediate French Conversation     3 Development of speaking and listening proficiency through creative activities such as discussions
2010                                                            of excerpts from contemporary French-language media, presentations, games and interviews of
                                                                classmates. Major topics and level of conversational difficulty will parallel FR 203.

Summer   M   G     103   General Geology                      4 A lab course introducing principles of plate tectonics, earth's internal structure, seismic activity, Course
2010                                                            mountain building, earth's history and fossils. Introduction of compass work, field techniques, and description
                                                                GPS use.                                                                                              change


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Summer   M   G     203   General Geology                          4 A lab course introducing principles of plate tectonics, earth's internal structure, seismic activity, Course
2010                                                                mountain building, earth's history and fossils. Introduction of compass work, field techniques, and description
                                                                    GPS use.                                                                                              change
Summer   N   GEO 121     Regional Geography of the Developing     3 Provides students with the fundamental knowledge of the cultural and physical geography of
2010                     World                                      developing world regions including Middle America, South America, SW Asia & North Africa, Sub-
                                                                    Saharan Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia and the Pacific world.
Summer   N   GEO 122     Regional Geography of the Developed      3 Provides students with the fundamental knowledge of the cultural and physical geography of
2010                     World                                      developing world regions including Anglo-America, Europe, Russia, East Asia, Japan, Taiwan,
                                                                    Australia and New Zealand.
Summer   D   GIS   100   GIS Technology Survey                    2 Identifies how GIS is used in different fields and helps students understand large-scale integration
2010                                                                into areas such as emergency management, marketing, resource management, and infrastructure
                                                                    design.
Summer   D   GIS   131   GPS/GIS Mapping with ESRI ArcPad         1 ESRI’s ArcPad provides portable database access, mapping, GIS and navigation functions to
2010                                                                users in the field using handheld computers.
Summer   M   GIS   201   Introduction to Geographic Information   3 Covers key GIS concepts, methodologies, and techniques. Emphasis is on developing an Credit and hour
2010                     Systems                                    understanding of GIS applications, technical GIS concepts, terminology, methodology and problem changes
                                                                    solving techniques.
Summer   D   GIS   205   Introduction to MapInfo                  3 Comprehensive MapInfo overview using geographic object editing and data analysis, emphasizing
2010                                                                spatial queries and comparison. Includes techniques using these principles in the workplace.

Summer   D   GIS   210   Research Techniques                      2 Introduction to basic GIS concepts and techniques, and the use of geospatial data. Instruction
2010                                                                focuses on how data is identified, obtained, organized, queried and managed in GIS.

Summer   D   GIS   220   CAD Skills for GIS                       4 Introduction to basic GIS concepts and techniques, and the use of geospatial data. Instruction
2010                                                                focuses on how data is identified, obtained, organized, queried and managed in GIS.

Summer   D   GIS   234   Aerial Photo Interpretation              3 Introduction to the science of aerial photography, land use classification, and techniques used to
2010                                                                interpret images, along with relevant fieldwork.
Summer   M   GIS   236   Visual Basic Programming-GIS             1 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming and Visual Basic for Application (VBA) programming Credit and hour
2010                                                                for ArcGIS. Basics of VBA and ArcObjects are explained so students can create VBA macros to        changes
                                                                    customize the ArcGIS environment.
Summer   N   GIS   237   Advanced Visual Basic Programming        1 Advanced training in Object Oriented Programming (OOP) and Visual Basic for Applications
2010                     for GIS                                    (VBA). Focus on ArcObjects and how to use object model diagrams to find out what indivudual
                                                                    objects do. Program objects to execute specific GIS tasks in the ArcGIS environment.

Summer   D   GIS   250   GIS Field Work                           4 Student will work on a project with a local company or agency in order to gain real-world field
2010                                                                experience in a variety of conditions and situations.
Summer   D   GIS   254   Introduction to ArcView GIS              1 Provides conceptual overview and hands-on exposure using ArcView GIS software. Will create,
2010                                                                edit, display, query and analyze geographic and tabular data to create presentation quality maps
                                                                    and charts.
Summer   M   GIS   281   ArcGIS I                                 3 Introduces the essential skills needed to navigate and operate ArcGIS at a basic level. Includes Credit and hour
2010                                                                how to utilize GIS concepts, methods & techniques in conjunction with problem solving techniques changes
                                                                    to accomplish assigned real world examples.
Summer   M   GIS   282   ArcGIS II                                3 Introduction to object-oriented data model. Work with geo-databases, datasets and feature Credit and hour
2010                                                                classes. Includes establishing topological relationships, versioning, and analysis of geometric changes
                                                                    networks. Advanced surface and cell-based modeling covered.
Summer   D   GIS   284   GIS Software Applications                5 Introduces standard techniques in typical applications of GIS, and addresses the commonalities of
2010                                                                techniques across application areas.
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Summer   M   GIS   286   Remote Sensing                   3 This course covers the overview of data sources, methodology for remotely sensed data,            Credit and hour
2010                                                        application of data, and the transformation of remotely sensed data into GRID.                    changes
Summer   D   GIS   287   Spatial Modeling & Analysis      5 Introduces answering analytical questions, the ability to overlay data sources and combine for
2010                                                        project specific purposes. Covers spatial modeling tools to answer complex GIS questions, and the
                                                            differences of analysis using vector vs raster data.
Summer   D   GIS   288   Advanced Databases for GIS       3 Emphasis is on design, implementation, and documentation of enterprise GIS Databases.
2010                                                        Students will work to create advanced database systems to enhance GIS software applications.

Summer   D   GIS   289   Special Project                  3 Design and execute a project that can be incorporated into the work experience. May be a project
2010                                                        needed by the CWE employer or a project of interest to the student under the GIS supervisor
                                                            direction.
Summer   M   GRN 181     Issues in Aging                  3 Provides an introduction to gerontology including the history of aging and current issues. Covers:           Course
2010                                                        myths, stereotypes, economic and political aspects, demographics, and service availability for               description
                                                            aging populations. Explores careers within the field.                                                        change
Summer   M   GRN 182     Aging & the Body                 3 Focuses on how aging affects physical health and well-being: impact on body systems, illness,                Course
2010                                                        disability, longevity research, wellness and health promotion. For students interested in working            description
                                                            with the elderly and those in the field.                                                                     change
Summer   M   GRN 183     Death & Dying                    3 Introduces effective interaction with those experiencing a death or grief process. Includes:            Course
2010                                                        historical and cross-cultural perspectives, funeral and death rites, grief across the lifespan, hospice description
                                                            and palliative care, ethical considerations and physician-assisted suicide.                             change
Summer   M   GRN 184     Aging and the Individual         3 Explores the impact of aging on the individual as well as family members, caregivers, and                    Course
2010                                                        professionals. Topics include: dementia, cognitive issues, stress, coping, life transitions,                 description
                                                            intelligence, wisdom and creativity.                                                                         change
Summer   N   GRN 280     Gerontology/CWE                 2-6 Cooperative Work Experience. On-the-job experience to acquaint gerontology students with the                Prefix, credits,
2010                                                         roles and related activities of organizations serving the elderly. This is an opportunity to apply          and number
                                                             theories and techniques learned in the classroom.                                                           change
Summer   M   GS    104   Earth System Science             4 A lab course examining the physics and exploration methods that help us understand our universe. Title change
2010                                                        Topics include plate tectonics, the earth's structure, earthquakes/hazards, mineral chemistry,   Course
                                                            igneous rocks, volcanoes/hazards.                                                                description
                                                                                                                                                             change
Summer   M   GS    105   Earth System Science             4 A lab course examining the chemistry and geology of scientific dating techniques, sedimentary                Title change
2010                                                        rock/surfaces, processes, fossils, energy resources, and the physics and chemistry of energy                 Course
                                                            resources and mass wasting.                                                                                  description
                                                                                                                                                                         change
Summer   M   GS    106   Earth System Science             4 A lab course examining the chemistry/physics of the hydrosphere and atmosphere. Includes                     Title change
2010                                                        atmospheric processes, the carbon cycle, desert formation and climate change.                                Course
                                                                                                                                                                         description
                                                                                                                                                                         change
Summer   D   HD    159   Surviving Loss/Rediscover Joy    1 Helps students understand the human experience of loss. Teaches the elements of bereavement,
2010                                                        the stages of grief, as well as identifies different ways to cope.
Summer   D   HE    261   Community CPR                    1 Completion of class with a passing grade of “B” or better entitles the student to an American Red
2010                                                        Cross Certification in Adult, Child and Infant Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.
Summer   N   HOR 180     Career Development Internship   1-12 The internship is an opportunity to develop entry-level skills in horticulture and to practice the basic
2010                                                          career management skills necessary to obtain, sustain, and advance employment. A Training and
                                                              Evaluation Plan is developed and managed in consultation with the student, internship supervisor,
                                                              and faculty.

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Summer   D   HOR 223     Flower Arranging                       3 Development of skills in designing table arrangements, vase displays, and basic floral design
2010                                                              styles. Also prom-style corsages and boutonnieres. The emphasis is on using fresh flowers,
                                                                  learning their care and handling. Class includes lab component.
Summer   M   HOR 232     Commercial Floral Design               3 Present design techniques, used by florists today, to crerate naturalistic centerpieces, corsages, Course
2010                                                              and gift arrangements using fresh flowers. Cut flower conditioning and handling, wedding and description
                                                                  sympathy design, and sales strategies will also be covered.                                        change
Summer   M   HOR 244     Environmental Landscape Design         3 Design of landscapes to develop ecosystems using plants and other landscpae amenities to Course
2010                                                              encourage wildlife and generate low maintenance habitat. Includes the proper use of landscape description
                                                                  features that build wildlife habitats and the study of various water environments.                change
Summer   D   HPD 130     Advanced Cardiac Emergencies           1 Develops skills at the provider level in accordance with American Heart Association Advanced
2010                                                              Cardiac Life Support guidelines. Successful completion of the course leads to certification as an
                                                                  AHA ACLS Provider.
Summer   D   HPE 296     Health & Fitness for Industry I        2 Designed for students entering or already in physically demanding industrial occupations.
2010                                                              Emphasis on identification and analysis of personal health and wellness issues as related to actual
                                                                  job setting.
Summer   D   HPE 297     Health & Fitness for Industry II       2 Designed for students entering or already in physically demanding industrial occupations.
2010                                                              Emphasis on identification and analysis of health and wellness issues as related to actual job site
                                                                  itself.
Summer   D   HS   280G   Gerontology/CWE                       4-6 Cooperative Work Experience. On-the-job experience to acquaint gerontology students with the
2010                                                               roles and related activities of organizations serving the elderly. This is an opportunity to apply
                                                                   theories and techniques learned in the classroom.
Summer   D   HST 121     Readings in European History           4 Independent readings in European History from ancient times to ca. 1300.
2010
Summer   D   HST 122     Readings in European History           4 Independent readings in European History from 1300 to 1800.
2010
Summer   D   HST 123     Readings in European History           4 Independent readings in European History from 1800 to the present.
2010
Summer   N   HST 136     History of Popular Culture,            4 Explores the topics of popular culture, entertainment and sports in western civilization from ancient
2010                     Entertainment and Sports in Western      Greece to the present and relates them to the political, social, economic, intellectual and cultural
                         Civilization                             trends of each time period.
Summer   N   HST 137     History of Science, Medicine and       4 Traces the major developments in western civilization in the fields of science, medicine and
2010                     Technology in Western Civilization       technology from ancient Greece to the present. Includes an examination of the biographies of
                                                                  prominent scientists, doctors and engineers.
Summer   N   HST 138     History of Love, Marriage and the      4 Examines the concept of love and the institutions of marriage and the family in western civilization
2010                     Family in Western Civilization           from ancient Greece to the present. Includes a consideration of the ideas of prominent thinkers,
                                                                  artists and political leaders.
Summer   N   HST 210     The Great Depression and the New       4 Explores the contours of the Great Depression and New Deal in American history. Course includes
2010                     Deal in America                          an examination of economic, political, social, and cultural factors and forces at play in America
                                                                  during the Depression era (1929-1941) with an emphasis on the New Deal and its successes,
                                                                  failures, and legacy.
Summer   N   HST 220     Introduction to Oral History           4 Course covers the origins and development of oral history as an academic discipline, with
2010                                                              explorations of key oral history documents and projects over the last century. Also covers
                                                                  methods, techniques, ethics, and best practices in the production of an oral history project. Each
                                                                  class completes oral history interviews with local residents in regard to a specific time period in the
                                                                  20th century American history.
Summer   D   HST 238     History of Oregon                      4 Survey of history from the earliest days of exploration through the establishment of Portland and
2010                                                              the economics of the 1880s. Emphasis on Lewis and Clark, founding of Astoria, era of the
                                                                  missionaries, Oregon Trail, and attainment of Statehood.
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Summer   D   HST 239   History of Oregon                      4 Survey of history from the 1880s to the present. Emphasis on progressive legislation, women’s
2010                                                            suffrage, and economic development of the state. Tom McCall and his legacy, and the implications
                                                                for current issues in politics.
Summer   D   HUM 150   The Columbia Basin: Watershed of the   5 The Columbia River watershed dominates the culture and economy of the Pacific Northwest, past,
2010                   Great Northwest                          present, and future. This course explores the Columbia River Basin and its natural and human
                                                                history. Includes field trips.
Summer   D   HUM 151   The Columbia Basin: Watershed of the   5 The Columbia River is the largest river in the western United States. This course focuses on
2010                   Great Northwest                          management of the Columbia River Basin and its resources, with Portland as the metropolis of the
                                                                watershed. Includes field trips.
Summer   D   HUM 152   The Columbia Basin: Watershed of the   5 Issues and opportunities associated with the Columbia River watershed are of immediate
2010                   Great Northwest                          importance. This course grapples with the future of the Columbia River Basin and the living
                                                                organisms (including humans) dwelling in it. Includes field trips.
Summer   D   HUM 161   Faith & Reason                         5 Introduction to classical philosophy, sacred texts, modern fiction, poetry, theology, evolutionary
2010                                                            biology, and cosmology. Consideration of how personal concepts of faith and reason and
                                                                institutions of science and religion, shape personal intellectual landscapes.
Summer   D   HUM 162   Faith & Reason                         5 Introduction to classical philosophy, sacred texts, modern fiction, poetry, theology, evolutionary
2010                                                            biology, and cosmology. Consideration of how personal concepts of faith and reason and
                                                                institutions of science and religion, shape personal intellectual landscapes.
Summer   D   HUM 171   Metamorphoses                          5 Explores the effect of change on individuals and societies. Helps students evaluate the probable
2010                                                            success of various means of promoting personal, social/cultural/political, and paradigmatic change
                                                                through readings in Darwin, Marx, Gandhi, and Kafka.
Summer   D   HUM 172   Metamorphoses                          5 Explores, analyzes, and evaluates the changes occurring now. Through independent study, peer
2010                                                            instruction, website and digital portfolio development, students will examine the intersections of
                                                                cultural, social, individual, religious, paradigmatic shifts happening in our own lifetimes.

Summer   D   HUM 190   Human Nature                           5 This course explores the complex connections between humans and nature and specifically asks,
2010                                                            “What is human nature?” We will look at humans as biological organisms, language speakers,
                                                                constructors and constructions of society and culture.
Summer   D   HUM 191   Human Nature                           5 Explores the complex connections between humans and nature. How have we described and
2010                                                            represented nature to ourselves? How have humans over the course of time understood
                                                                themselves and interacted with the natural world?
Summer   D   HUM 212   Introduction to Chicano/a--Latino/a    4 This interdisciplinary course surveys the socio-historical and political–economic experiences and
2010                   Studies                                  cultural roots of Chicano/as and Latino/as in the United States. Topics include race, class, gender,
                                                                language, immigration, various social institutions (education, family, religion), labor issues,
                                                                rural/urban cultures, reform and social movements, cultural resistance and expressive culture.

Summer   D   HUM 220   Modern War in American Popular         4 Emphasizes observation, reflection, description, and critical thinking in order to gain a deeper
2010                   Culture                                  understanding of the war in Vietnam and the Gulf War as seminal events represented in American
                                                                popular culture.
Summer   D   HUM 221   Science in American Popular Culture    4 Emphasizes observations, reflection, description, and critical thinking in order to gain a deeper
2010                                                            understanding of the development of evolutionary theory, catastrophe theory, and historical
                                                                disasters as represented in American popular culture.
Summer   D   HUM 222   Civil Rights in American Popular       4 Emphasizes observation, reflection, description, and critical thinking in order to gain a deeper
2010                   Culture                                  understanding of civil rights history as represented in American popular culture and the ways in
                                                                which concepts of civil rights have expanded.
Summer   D   HUM 223   The Humanistic Inquiry                 4 Multi-disciplinary examination of major issues and topics from prehistory through the middle ages
2010                                                            including perspectives from anthropology, history, art, literature, philosophy, religion, and science.
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Summer   D   HUM 224    The Humanistic Inquiry                    4 Multi-disciplinary examination of major issues and topics from the Renaissance Enlightenment
2010                                                                from anthropology, history, art, literature, philosophy, religion, and science
Summer   D   HUM 225    The Humanistic Inquiry                    4 Multi-disciplinary examination of major issues and topics from 19th and 20th centuries including
2010                                                                perspectives from anthropology, history, art, literature, philosophy, religion, and science

Summer   D   HUM 226    Science & Religion                        4 Examines different aspects of science and religion and how scientific inquiry affects beliefs.
2010                                                                Discusses the historical development of astronomy, cosmology, physics, biology, and theology.
                                                                    Investigates the current state of questions in religion and science.
Summer   D   HUM 228    The Renaissance                           4 Students gain insight into its influence on architecture, emphasis upon development of individual
2010                                                                personality, confidence in the power of formal education, belief in citizens’ participation in public
                                                                    life, and the rise of scientific inquiry.
Summer   D   HUM 229    Latin American Studies                    4 Survey and analysis of Latin America from pre-colonization to the modern era. Focuses on the
2010                                                                political, social, cultural, and economic structure of Latin America. Discusses race and class
                                                                    relations, imperialism, revolution, neo-colonialism, and dependency theory.
Summer   D   HUM 236    Sports, Entertainment & Popular           4 Explores the topics of sports, entertainment and popular culture in western civilization from ancient Prefix change
2010                    Culture in Western Civilization             Greece to the present. Includes an examination of prominent athletes, entertainers and writers in
                                                                    each period.
Summer   D   HUM 237    Science, Medicine & Technology in         4 Traces the major developments in western civilization in the fields of science, medicine and            Prefix change
2010                    Western Civilization                        technology from ancient Greece to the present. Includes an examination of the biographies of
                                                                    prominent scientists, doctors and engineers.
Summer   D   HUM 238    Love, Marriage & the Family in Western    4 Examines the concept of love and the institutions of marriage and the family in western civilization Prefix change
2010                    Civilization                                from ancient Greece to the present. Includes a consideration of the ideas of prominent thinkers,
                                                                    artists and political leaders.
Summer   N   MA   105   Health Professions Continuum              2 This survey course compares the practical and philosophical characteristics of a broad range of
2010                                                                conventional and complementary healthcare professions.
Summer   M   MA   116   Introduction to Medications               2 Medications commonly administered in the ambulatory care setting. Legal aspects of                      Course
2010                                                                administering medications as well as therapeutic and adverse outcomes of medications.                   description
                                                                                                                                                                            change
Summer   N   MFG 123    Instrumentation and Controls              3 Provides the industrial maintenance technician with knowledge and skills in the areas of process
2010                                                                measurement, control and data acquisition. Familiarizes students with common sensors and
                                                                    actuators and their applications. Uses NI LabView to create process control programs.

Summer   M   MTH 085    Technical Mathematics III                 3 This courses is the third in a three-term sequence designed for career and technical students. The Course
2010                                                                topcis covered focus on students on critical thinking, problem solving, and mathematical           description
                                                                    communication using applications in trigonometry, algebra, analytic geometry, and exponential and change
                                                                    logarithmatic functions.
Summer   M   NRS 110    Foundations of Nursing--Health            5 Introduces the learner to the framework of the Oregon Consortium of Nursing Education (OCNE)       Course
2010                    Promotion                                   curriculum. Emphasis on health promotion across the life span including learning about self-health description
                                                                    and client health practices.                                                                       change
Summer   D   OS   010   Study Skills/Student Athletes            1-3 Learning strategies for college targeted for student athletes. Explores academic strengths and
2010                                                                 weaknesses, tips for student success, and study skills.
Summer   M   PE   194   Professional Activities                   1 Advanced team skills and strategy courses. Activity groupings offered align with seasonal sports Course
2010                                                                 and athletics. Course offerings are: basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, cross-country, track & description
                                                                     field, soccer and wrestling.                                                                            change
Summer   M   PE   294   Professional Activities                   1 Advanced team skills and strategy courses. Activity groupings offered align with seasonal sports Course
2010                                                                and athletics. Course offerings are: basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, cross-country, track & description
                                                                    field, soccer and wrestling.                                                                            change

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Summer   M   PIE   014   Introduction to Business English A    0 This course is part A of a two-part series of classes designed for non-native speakers of English Course
2010                                                             who are considering employment and/or training in a business field. The course teaches students description
                                                                 the basic communication skills frequently required in everyday business interactions both in the  change
                                                                 U.S. and internationally.
Summer   M   PIE   015   Introduction to Business English B    0 This course is part B of a two-part series of classes designed for non-native speakers of English Course
2010                                                             who are considering employment and/or training in a business field. The course teaches students description
                                                                 the basic communication skills frequently required in everyday business interactions both in the  change
                                                                 U.S. and internationally.
Summer   D   PIE   018   Introduction to Business English      3 This is an introductory course designed for upper-intermediate and advanced level non-native
2010                                                             speakers of English who are considering pursuing employment and/or training in a business field.
                                                                 Course teaches students the basic communication skills frequently required in everyday business
                                                                 transactions both in the U.S. and internationally.
Summer   M   PIE   050   Beginning Reading and Writing         0 This course is designed to teach beginning-level students who have limited knowledge of written     Title change
2010                                                             English. Students will practice alphabet recognition, read and write short sentences, study new
                                                                 vocabulary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning skills to use in everyday life and
                                                                 in the workplace.
Summer   M   PIE   063   Idioms & Conversation A               0 This course is part A of a two-part series that introduces common idioms while practicing           Title change
2010                                                             conversation skills at the upper intermediate level.
Summer   M   PIE   064   Idioms & Conversation B               0 This course is part B of a two-part series that introduces common idioms while practicing           Title change
2010                                                             conversation skills at the upper intermediate level.
Summer   D   PIE   075   Beginning Reading & Writing II        0 This course is designed to teach beginning level students who have limited knowledge of written
2010                                                             English. Students will practice alphabet recognition, read and write short sentences, study new
                                                                 vocabulary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning skills to use in everyday life and
                                                                 in the workplace.
Summer   M   PIE   080   TOEFL/TOEIC Preparation               0 This class prepares students for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and the Test Course number
2010                                                             of English for International Communication (TOEIC) by improving listening, grammar, reading and change
                                                                 writing skills. It includes familiarization with the test components, test-taking techniques, strategies
                                                                 and computer skills.
Summer   D   PIE   087   Editing                               3 In this course, upper level ESL students will improve their writing through editing. Required:
2010                                                             Instructor consent.
Summer   M   PS    201   U.S. Government: National Political   4 Focuses on understanding the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights both legally and politically. Course
2010                     Process                                 Moreover, the class examines the Congress, the Presidency and the federal courts.                   description
                                                                                                                                                                     change
Summer   D   R     207   Judaic Studies                        4 Covers topics related to ancient Judaism and the Bible. Examines Judaism through the Diaspora
2010                                                             and Rabbinic Judaism, Middle Ages, Renaissance and the Modern Era. Contemporary topics
                                                                 include the Holocaust, Arab-Israeli Wars, and other religious conflicts.
Summer   N   RCT 120     Introduction to Composites            3 Provides students with an introduction to the composites industry including fundamentals of
2010                                                             composites and their applications as well as workplace performance, health and safety.

Summer   N   RCT 122     Basic Composite Applications          2 Covers skills and knowledge in the basic application of composite materials and prepares students
2010                                                             to work with reinforcements and resins in composites industry. Provides an orientation to specific
                                                                 tools used, as well as hands-on training in specific techniques used to fabricate flat, horizontal and
                                                                 vertical parts. Includes industry standards for proper safety and health performance.

Summer   N   RCT 124     Vacuum Bagging for Wind Blade         2-4 Introduces the vacuum bagging process, and how it is utilized during wind turbine blade repair.
2010                     Repair                                    Covers the vacuum infusion process as well as wet lay-up and vacuum bagging for compression;
                                                                   course includes hands-on labs where parts are built using both methods. Also covers new
                                                                   materials used, workplace performance, health and safety.
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Summer   N   RCT 125    Wind Turbine Blade Repair                2-4 Students will learn proper fiberglass repair techniques for field work while working in and around a
2010                                                                 wind turbine blade. Course emphasizes proper inspection and problem identification, site
                                                                     preparation, removal of damaged area, then actual repairs using the correct laminate schedule
                                                                     while applying hand lay-up, vacuum bagging, and surface finishing coatings. Safe working
                                                                     practices emphasized.
Summer   N   RCT 126    Field Repair Safety Training              1 Designed to expose students to the wind turbine blade repair environment and prepare them for
2010                                                                industry safety certifications. Provides students with instruction and actual experience in the wind
                                                                    turbine environment, which includes climbing, tractel, confined space, and lock out/tag out
                                                                    procedures. Also includes First Aid and CPR.
Summer   M   RD   080   Fundamentals of College Reading           3 This course focuses on fundamental reading skills for non-fiction text, including identifying main
2010                                                                ideas, supporting details and organizational patterns. Vocabulary improvement emphasizes
                                                                    dictionary skills. Core reading comprehension strategies and inferences are introduced.

Summer   N   RET 209    Renewable Energy I: System                3 This introductory course will provide an in-depth understanding of technology, economics and
2010                    Fundamentals                                policies relevant to energy source types. Presents analysis techniques to evaluate renewable
                                                                    energy applications from systems design and selection perspective. Topics include physical
                                                                    operating principles, theoretical vs. actual output, storage, efficiency and cost analysis.

Summer   N   RET 211    Renewable Energy II: Energy Efficiency    3 Second course in the series will concentrate on the conservation of scare energy resources in
2010                                                                residential, commercial and industrial applications. Examines common sources of energy loss in
                                                                    building systems, homes, industrial processes and transportation. Introduced to residential energy
                                                                    audits and mitigation. Students will be introduced to residential energy audits and mitigation.
                                                                    Topics include regenerative transportation systems, LEED certification, test instruments, insulation
                                                                    values, heat exchangers, and financial payback period. Hands-on lab exercises.


Summer   N   RET 213    Renewable Energy Systems III:             3 Third in a series of technical courses will provide an introduction to installation and maintenance of
2010                    Installation & Maintenance                  renewable energy systems for commercial and residential installations. Students will apply
                                                                    knowledge of electro-mechanical systems to the application of these systems. Topics include site
                                                                    survey and preparation, building codes, measurement tools, preventative maintenance and
                                                                    worksite safety; incorporates hands-on exercises.
Summer   N   RET 215    Renewable Energy Systems IV:              3 Fourth course in a series will concentrate on systems design for renewable energy applications.
2010                    Systems Design                              Students will work together and apply concepts to evaluate, design and select one or more
                                                                    systems for solar, wind or micro-hydro installations. Topics include site surveys, structural
                                                                    elements, electrical generators, energy storage and electrical inversion.

Summer   N   RET 217    Renewable Energy Capstone Project         3 This final class will concentrate on a capstone project. Students will evaluate a proposal for an
2010                                                                alternative energy solution and then design an installation to meet the needs of the proposal.
                                                                    Students expected to perform a site survey, quantify energy requirements, select appropriate
                                                                    technologies, calculate the payback period and fabricate an actual or conceptual energy solution
                                                                    where appropriate.
Summer   M   RET 240    Alternative Fuels                         4 Offers students familiarity and entry levels to work with alternative fuel systems. Explores             Prefix change
2009                                                                (technically, economically and ecologically) the following alternative fuels: Bio-diesel, vegetable
                                                                    oils, electricity, ethanol, hydrogen, propane, natural gas, heat engines, fuel cell and hybrid
                                                                    vehicles. (formerly AM 240)
Summer   N   RET 280    Renewable Energy Technology/CWE          1-12 Major emphasis on work-based learning experience in the renewable energy field. Coordination of
2010                                                                  instruction and evaluation of student job performance will be provided by college faculty working in
                                                                      conjunction with employer/supervisor.


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Summer   D   SSC 151   The Columbia Basin: Watershed of the   5 The Columbia River is the largest river in the western United States. This course focuses on
2010                   Great Northwest                          management of the Columbia River Basin and its resources, with Portland as the metropolis of the
                                                                watershed. Includes field trips.
Summer   D   SSC 152   The Columbia Basin: Watershed of the   5 Issues and opportunities associated with the Columbia River watershed are of immediate
2010                   Great Northwest                          importance. This course grapples with the future of the Columbia River Basin and the living
                                                                organisms (including humans) dwelling in it. Includes field trips.
Summer   D   SSC 161   Faith & Reason                         5 Introduction to classical philosophy, sacred texts, modern fiction, poetry, theology, evolutionary
2010                                                            biology, and cosmology. Consideration of how personal concepts of faith and reason and
                                                                institutions of science and religion, shape personal intellectual landscapes.
Summer   D   SSC 162   Faith & Reason                         5 Introduction to classical philosophy, sacred texts, modern fiction, poetry, theology, evolutionary
2010                                                            biology, and cosmology. Consideration of how personal concepts of faith and reason and
                                                                institutions of science and religion, shape personal intellectual landscapes.
Summer   D   SSC 171   Metamorphoses                          5 Explores the effect of change on individuals and societies. Helps students evaluate the probable
2010                                                            success of various means of promoting personal, social/cultural/political, and paradigmatic change
                                                                through readings in Darwin, Marx, Gandhi, and Kafka.
Summer   D   SSC 172   Metamorphoses                          5 Explores, analyzes, and evaluates the changes occurring now. Through independent study, peer
2010                                                            instruction, website and digital portfolio development, students will examine the intersections of
                                                                cultural, social, individual, religious, paradigmatic shifts happening in our own lifetimes.

Summer   D   SSC 190   Human Nature                           5 This course explores the complex connections between humans and nature and specifically asks,
2010                                                            “What is human nature?” We will look at humans as biological organisms, language speakers,
                                                                constructors and constructions of society and culture.
Summer   D   SSC 191   Human Nature                           5 Explores the complex connections between humans and nature. How have we described and
2010                                                            represented nature to ourselves? How have humans over the course of time understood
                                                                themselves and interacted with the natural world?
Summer   D   SSC 212   Introduction to Chicano/a--Latino/a    4 This interdisciplinary course surveys the socio-historical and political–economic experiences and
2010                   Studies                                  cultural roots of Chicano/as and Latino/as in the United States. Topics include race, class, gender,
                                                                language, immigration, various social institutions (education, family, religion), labor issues,
                                                                rural/urban cultures, reform and social movements, cultural resistance and expressive culture.

Summer   D   SSC 220   Modern War in American Popular         4 Emphasizes observation, reflection, description, and critical thinking in order to gain a deeper
2010                   Culture                                  understanding of the war in Vietnam and the Gulf War as seminal events represented in American
                                                                popular culture.
Summer   D   SSC 221   Science in American Popular Culture    4 Emphasizes observations, reflection, description, and critical thinking in order to gain a deeper
2010                                                            understanding of the development of evolutionary theory, catastrophe theory, and historical
                                                                disasters as represented in American popular culture.
Summer   D   SSC 222   Civil Rights in American Popular       4 Emphasizes observation, reflection, description, and critical thinking in order to gain a deeper
2010                   Culture                                  understanding of civil rights history as represented in American popular culture and the ways in
                                                                which concepts of civil rights have expanded.
Summer   D   SSC 223   The Social Science Inquiry             4 Multi-disciplinary examination of major issues and topics from prehistory through the middle ages
2010                                                            including perspectives from anthropology, history, art, literature, philosophy, religion, and science.

Summer   D   SSC 224   The Social Science Inquiry             4 Multi-disciplinary examination of major issues and topics from the Renaissance Enlightenment
2010                                                            from anthropology, history, art, literature, philosophy, religion, and science
Summer   D   SSC 225   The Social Science Inquiry             4 Multi-disciplinary examination of major issues and topics from 19th and 20th centuries including
2010                                                            perspectives from anthropology, history, art, literature, philosophy, religion, and science

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Summer   D   SSC 226    Science & Religion                       4 Examines different aspects of science and religion and how scientific inquiry affects beliefs.
2010                                                               Discusses the historical development of astronomy, cosmology, physics, biology, and theology.
                                                                   Investigates the current state of questions in religion and science.
Summer   D   SSC 228    The Renaissance                          4 Students gain insight into its influence on architecture, emphasis upon development of individual
2010                                                               personality, confidence in the power of formal education, belief in citizens’ participation in public
                                                                   life, and the rise of scientific inquiry.
Summer   D   SSC 229    Latin American Studies                   4 Survey and analysis of Latin America from pre-colonization to the modern era. Focuses on the
2010                                                               political, social, cultural, and economic structure of Latin America. Discusses race and class
                                                                   relations, imperialism, revolution, neo-colonialism, and dependency theory.
Summer   D   SSC 236    Sports, Entertainment & Popular          4 Explores the topics of sports, entertainment and popular culture in western civilization from ancient
2010                    Culture in Western Civilization            Greece to the present. Includes an examination of prominent athletes, entertainers and writers in
                                                                   each period.
Summer   D   SSC 237    Science, Medicine & Technology in        4 Traces the major developments in western civilization in the fields of science, medicine and
2010                    Western Civilization                       technology from ancient Greece to the present. Includes an examination of the biographies of
                                                                   prominent scientists, doctors and engineers.
Summer   D   SSC 238    Love, Marriage & the Family in Western   4 Examines the concept of love and the institutions of marriage and the family in western civilization
2010                    Civilization                               from ancient Greece to the present. Includes a consideration of the ideas of prominent thinkers,
                                                                   artists and political leaders.
Summer   M   WLD 111A   Shielded Metal Arc Welding               4 Part one of a two-part course which provides opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills to             Credit and hour
2010                                                               perform fillet and groove welds in all positions with the SMAW process.                                 changes
Summer   M   WLD 111B   Shielded Metal Arc Welding               4 This course is a continuation of WLD-111A with additional opportunity to perform various welds          Credit and hour
2010                                                               and positions with the SMAW process.                                                                    changes
Summer   M   WLD 113A   GMAW/FCAW                                4 Part one of a two-part course, this section provides opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills to     Credit and hour
2010                                                               perform fillet and groove welds in all positions with GMAW and FCAW processes.                          changes
Summer   M   WLD 113B   GMAW/FCAW                                4 This course is a continuation of WLD-113A with additional opportunity to perform various welds          Credit and hour
2010                                                               and positions with the GMAW and FCAW process.                                                           changes
Summer   M   WLD 115A   Gas Tungsten Arc Welding                 4 Part one of a two-part course that provides opportunity for students to acquire knowledge and skills    Credit and hour
2010                                                               to perform fillet welds on steel, stainless steel and aluminum with the GTAW process.                   changes

Summer   M   WLD 115B   Gas Tungsten Arc Welding                 4 This course is a continuation of WLD-115A with additional opportunity to perform various welds          Credit and hour
2010                                                               and positions with the GTAW process on steel, stainless, and aluminum.                                  changes
Summer   N   WR   264   Screenwriting & Production               4 Exploration of the process of translating a written work into an image-based medium.
2010
Summer   N   WR   265   Advanced Screenwriting & Production      4 Applies filmmaking skills to the production of a short film from a written script.
2010




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OrACRAO Curricular Change Template

Purpose of this Template:
The OrACRAO Curricular Change Template helps institutions exchange curricular change data quickly and
consistently. Use this template to show "New, Deleted, and Modified" courses at your institution. Your partner
institutions will use this data to update course equivalencies. Accurate course equivalencies provide the
Instructions:
Complete this template. Post it on your institution's website. Publish the URL of your completed template(s) on
the OrACRAO website: www.oracrao.org
Important instructions for completing the website
If you are unsure how to use the website, userows 1-5 "Contact" link for help.


1. School Name & Effective Year: Type in the name of your school. Indicate the first academic
year/term that these curricular changes take effect and become active in your curriculum. Example: If
courses on this list could be offered anytime during the 2007-08 academic year, they are effective for
academic year 2007-08. If you submit a quarterly list, indicate both the Effective Academic Year and
Term.
2. Submission Date: Type in the date you submitted this list to OrACRAO. Each new list should
contain fresh info. Don't merge old data that you previously submitted into newer lists.
3. Curricular Change Cycle: Indicate if you submit lists to OrACRAO annually or quarterly. Please,
only submit lists annually or quarterly, even if you approve curricular changes more often.
4. Annual Submission Date: Indicate approximate month/date you submit changes...
Example: "June 15 each year," or "Every January, April & July... typically mid-month"
Note: Suggested deadline for schools on an annual cycle is Aug 1st each year.
Effective Term:
Represents the first term this course is active in your curriculum (typically coincides with the first effective term of
your catalog). Please do not use term codes. Use "Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer" followed by the academic
Fill in the code that represents the nature of the curricular change:
N = New Course
D = Deleted Course
M = Modified Course... includes change of credits, title, prefix, prerequisites, or any substantive course
description change that might impact existing equivalencies with this course. If course flagged as "M,"
Credits:
Use this field to indicate number of credits for the class. Examples:
4 (four credit class)
1-6 (variable from 1 to 6)
2 or 4 (variable, 2 or 4)
Type of Change:
Use this column to indicate course modifications that impact course equivalencies. These include:
- Change of credit hours
- Change of course title
- Change of prefix/number
- Any substantive course description change that might impact existing equivalencies
Comments (optional):
Use this column to flag any useful info (especially gen ed info)... Examples:
- "Satisfies lower division SSC gen ed"
- "Course ID 12643" (for in-house systems, such as OSU's Curriculum Proposal System)
- "Experimental course approved for fall 2007 only"

				
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