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Advising & Priority Registration for Spring 2011 – For the best class selection…
If you are planning to register for spring classes, don’t wait! Register as soon as possible. Waiting could jeopardize your chances of getting the
class schedule you need.

For current students, advising and Priority Registration for Spring 2011 is November 8-21.

Taking advantage of Priority Registration is a four-step process.

    •   Use the Look Up Classes feature in Self Service Banner for the most up-to-date access to classes.
    •   If you are working toward a degree at DSCC, meet with your advisor before you attempt to register.
    •   Register for classes through Self Service Banner.
    •   Pay fees/confirm enrollment – every student must complete this step no later than January 3, 2011.
             o Not receiving any type of financial aid? You can pay fees/confirm enrollment as soon as you register for classes.
             o Receiving financial aid? After you register for classes, you can pay fees/confirm enrollment after your aid is applied to your account.
                More information follows.
             o All students must pay fees/confirm enrollment no later than January 3 to remain in classes!


DSCC Pre-Registration for Spring 2011 – If you don’t want to wait until January to enroll

For students who were not enrolled at DSCC during Fall 2010.
Pre-Register as early as Monday, November 22.
   • If you plan to work toward a degree at DSCC, you will need to schedule a time to meet with an advisor to help plan your class schedule.
   • If you do not plan to work toward a degree at DSCC, seeing an advisor is not required.
   • More information about Pre-registration is available on the Future Student tab at www.dscc.edu.

DSCC Regular Registration for Spring 2011– It’s not too late to enroll
  • Regular registration will be held according to the following schedule:
        o January 4 – DSCC Gibson County Center from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
        o January 5 – Dyersburg Campus from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
        o January 6 – DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.


One Stop Center – Your gateway to these services: admissions, records and registration, financial aid, fee payment, testing, and advising

                                                        Dyersburg Campus – 731/ 286-3350.

                                                    DSCC Gibson County Center – 731/855-1419

                                            DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – 901/475-3100

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Applying for Admission

To help students become prepared to begin classes and to be successful, DSCC adheres to a “Five Day Rule” regarding the acceptance of
applications for admission. Applications for admission or readmission will not be accepted five business days prior to the first official day of classes.
The deadline for applying for admission/readmission for Spring 2011 is January 6, 2011. No applications for the fall term will be processed
after that date. You must apply for admission no later than this date IF you were not enrolled in classes at DSCC during the Fall 2010
semester.

    •    Apply for admission now. If you have not completed all steps listed below, you should do so before attempting to register for classes!
    •    Complete a DSCC Application for Admission:
         o Apply online at www.dscc.edu. Click the Apply/Register/Pay/Confirm link or the Future Students tab.
         o Print the Application for Admission/Readmission by clicking the Apply/Register/Pay/Confirm link at www.dscc.edu or the Future
             Students tab.
         o Pick up an Application for Admission/Readmission at the DSCC One Stop Center on the Dyersburg Campus or the DSCC Gibson
             County Center or the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County.
         o A $10 application fee will be assessed at the time of initial enrollment.
      • Have an official copy of your high school transcript or official copy of your GED scores or official copy of an American Council on
         Education (ACE) External Diploma mailed to the Office of Admissions and Records.
      • If you have had college courses, have an official copy of all college transcripts mailed to the Office of Admissions and Records.
      • If you are under 21, have your ACT scores sent to the Office of Admissions and Records or contact the Testing Office at 731/286-
         3355 to set up a time to take a residual ACT. For information about testing dates, see “ACT” in the General Information section.
      • Unless exempted under Tennessee Code Annotated, proof of immunization with two doses of Measles, Mumps, and Rubella
         vaccines, administered on or after the first birthday, is required for attendance to all universities and colleges with an enrollment
         of greater than two hundred students. Non-exempt students who do not provide the required proof will be restricted to 11 credit
         hours. The Proof of Immunization form in PDF format is available online.
      • The General Assembly of the State of Tennessee mandates that each public or private postsecondary institution in the state
         provide information concerning Hepatitis B infection to all students matriculating for the first time. Tennessee law requires that
         such students complete and sign a waiver form that includes detailed information about the disease. The Hepatitis B form in PDF
         format in available online.
Tennessee state employees wishing to use the Public Higher Education Fee Waiver for employees of the State of Tennessee and TBR/UT
employees wishing to use the PC191 can register no earlier than four weeks prior to the first day of classes.

Assistance With Registering for Spring 2011 CoursesCurrently enrolled students are encouraged to meet with their assigned advisor. You can
also meet with an advisor and register for classes at the Advising Center located on the Dyersburg Campus and at the DSCC Gibson County
Center and at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County. For more information, refer to Advising Centers in this schedule or go to
www.dscc.edu and click Student Services and then Academic Advising.

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Locating Your Assigned Advisor After Classes Begin

    1.   At www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.
    2.   Log in with your User name and Password.
    3.   Click the Student tab.
    4.   Under Registration Tools, click Your Info/Advisor.




    5. Your advisor’s name will be listed. If you do not know how to contact your advisor, email enroll@.dscc.edu for assistance.


Performing a Class Search

    1.   At www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.
    2.   Log in with your User name and Password.
    3.   Click the Student tab.
    4.   Under Registration Tools, click Look Up Classes.




    5. Select the desired term.
    6. Choose a subject in the “Subject” field (i.e. ENGL for English).
    7. If you know the course number, you may enter it in the “Course Number” field (i.e. 1010).
    8. For best results, leave remaining fields at their default settings and click Class Search; however, watch for the teaching location of the
       course section. DSCC offers course sections in a variety of locations.
    9. You may register for a displayed class by placing a checkmark in the box to the left of the class, scrolling to the bottom of the screen and
       clicking Register. It is recommended to click on Register rather than Add to Worksheet. When you add to worksheet, you are not
       registered yet and the course could close.

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Section Designations – Please be aware of the section designations!

                             Section                                                    Section Designation

                    Any May Semester section                                                     M

                          RODP section                                                          R50

                          Hybrid section                                                        HYB

                           ITV section                                Regular section designations will be used (01, J01, etc.)

               Lecture beginning before 4:30 p.m.                                              01-20

                 Lab beginning before 4:30 p.m.                                                50-69

                Lecture beginning after 4:40 p.m.                                              21-49

                  Lab beginning after 4:30 p.m.                                                70-99

          Online Sections regardless of beginning time                                           OL

                                                                 For multiple online sections of the same course, use OL1, OL2, etc.

     Any section taught at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center                       J followed by the correct number above
                      at Tipton County

    Any section taught at the DSCC Gibson County Center                       G followed by the correct number above



Adding and Dropping Courses

    1.   At www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.
    2.   Log in with your User name and Password.
    3.   Click the Student tab.
    4.   Under Registration Tools, click Add or Drop Classes.
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    5.   On Add or Drop Classes page, scroll down and enter Course Reference Numbers (CRNs) in the boxes, starting from the left.
    6.   Continue to register for classes until all of your selected courses appear.
    7.   To drop a course, scroll down to current schedule and click on drop down arrow and choose the available drop option.
    8.   Click Submit Changes.


Resolving Registration Issues

    1.   At  www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.
    2.   Log in with your User name and Password.
    3.   Click the How Do I? tab.
    4.   Read how to resolve registration error messages by clicking Registration Errors and How to Resolve.


Viewing Your Class Schedule

    1.   At www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.
    2.   Log in with your User name and Password.
    3.   On the Student tab, click Banner Self Service.
    4.   Then click the Student link.
    5.   Click Registration.
    6.   Select the desired term.
    7.   At the Registration menu, click Student Detail Schedule.


Confirmation of Enrollment – Who must confirm?
You must PAY AND CONFIRM ENROLLMENT no later than January 3, 2011, in order to maintain the classes for which you registered. If you do
not, you will be removed from your classes. If you register for any Spring 2011 class after January 3, 2011, you must pay at the time of
registration, or you will be removed from the class.
    •    Students may pay in full using credit/debit card, cash, or check. Payments may be made online as outlined below or paid to any campus
         cashier. If you pay in full with credit/debit card, cash, or check, confirming enrollment will not be necessary as this will be done automatically
         when the payment in full is posted to your student account.


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    •    Loans, grants, scholarships, state or federal vocational rehabilitation, or any other type of financial aid may pay your account in full;
         however, you still must confirm enrollment no later than January 3, 2011 to hold your class schedule.

    •    Loans, grants, scholarships, state or federal vocational rehabilitation, or any other type of financial aid may pay only a portion of your
         account; you must pay the remaining balance in full by January 3, 2011 (or at the time of registration if after January 3) or enroll in the
         Deferred Payment Plan to confirm enrollment and remain enrolled in your classes.

    •    Please note that reviewing your class schedule does not confirm enrollment; you MUST select the Confirm Enrollment option. If
         your account balance is not $0.00 or a credit balance, you must pay your account balance or enroll in the Deferred Payment Plan in
         order to confirm.



TO CONFIRM ENROLLMENT

    1.   At www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.
    2.   Log in with your User name and Password.
    3.   Click on the Student Tab.
    4.   Under Registration Tools, click on Enrollment Confirmation/Payment of Fees.




    5. Select Term (Spring 2011); then click submit.
    6. Click on Yes, I will attend during Spring Term 2011 and wait for a confirmation number.
    7. If you do not get a confirmation number, this means you have a balance due and the system will automatically re-direct you to your student
       account activity page. Students with partial financial aid are not considered confirmed until the balance is paid in full or until enrollment in
       the Deferred Payment Plan has been completed and the appropriate deferred payment is made.


TO PAY BY CREDIT CARD (REGISTRATION IS CONFIRMED WHEN FEES ARE PAID)

    1.   At www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.
    2.   Log in with your User name and Password.
    3.   Click on the Student Tab.
    4.   Under Registration Tools, click on Enrollment Confirmation/Payment of Fees.
    5.   Select Term (Spring 2011); then click submit.
    6.   Yes, I will attend during Spring 2011. Click on Continue - you will then be taken to your student account activity page.
    7.   Select Recent Account Activity and then Make a Payment.

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    8. Click on Pay or Make a Payment.
    9. Follow payment directions.


TO PAY IN PERSON by Cash, Check, or Credit Card

Payments will be accepted at the Business Office in the Eller Administration Building or at the One Stop Center in Dyersburg, at the One Stop
Center at the DSCC Gibson County Center and at the One Stop Center at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County during regular office
hours - 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or online at www.dscc.edu. In order to hold the seat in the class for which you’ve
registered, you must pay the balance due on or before January 3, 2011.



TO PAY BY MAIL

Mail your check payable to DSCC to Dyersburg State Community College Business Office, 1510 Lake Road, Dyersburg, TN 38024. Your payment
must be received by January 3, 2011, or you will be removed from your classes.



TO PAY ONLINE

At www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.

Log in with your User name and Password.

On the Student tab, click Banner Self Service.

Then click the Student link.

Click on Student Account.

Select Continue. You will be taken to the bill payment system.

Select Recent Account Activity and then Make a Payment.

Click on Pay or Make a Payment.

Follow payment directions.




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DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN

Students may enroll in the Deferred Payment Plan during Fall and Spring terms. To enroll, you pay a down payment of at least 50% of your account
balance plus a $10.00 deferred plan service fee. The remaining account balance will be deferred, at 0% interest, and will be payable in two monthly
installments.

       The first installment is due on or before February 14, 2011. If this payment is not paid when due, you agree to pay a $25.00
       late payment charge.

       The second installment is due on or before March 14, 2011. If this payment is not paid when due, you agree to pay a $25.00
       late payment charge.

If your installments are not paid as agreed, you agree that your account may be assessed up to $100.00 per term. If you enroll in the Deferred
Payment Plan on or after the first day of the term, you will also be assessed a $25.00 late enrollment fee.



Financial Aid –
                                                 ** January 14, 2011 – Financial Aid Census Date **

If you’re eligible for Pell grant, the amount awarded is based on the number of credit hours in which you are enrolled on this date. You
must be enrolled Full time on this date if you plan to receive aid based upon full time status.



If you expect to receive credit refunds due to financial aid awards, your instructors will verify your attendance – all you need to do is attend class.
Instructors do not need to sign or initial your class schedule. Your refund will not process until you attend every class and your instructors have
verified your attendance. Please understand that your instructor’s teaching schedule will not allow him/her to verify your attendance immediately
after your class ends. Many instructors teach back-to-back classes and will need time to verify attendance for ALL students. You will be notified
via e-mail to your MyDSCC mailbox if/when any refunds are processed. Your DSCC photo ID must be presented in order to collect a
refund check. Your financial aid will be used first to pay your fees.



Tuition/Fees at DSCC
For the 2010-2011 academic year, tuition is $118 per semester hour for 12 credit hours. For every semester hour over 12 hours, tuition is $18.00
per credit hour. There is an additional fee of $29.50 per credit hour for DSCC online courses. For Regents Online Degree Program (RODP)
courses, there is an additional fee of $47 per credit hour. Additionally, all students pay a $10 Campus/Center Access Fee, a $10 International
Studies fee, and a $3 Student Activity Fee. A Technology Access Fee is assessed based on the number of credit hours in which the student enrolls.
The fee varies from $72 for three credit hours to $90 for four credit hours to $112.50 for five or more credit hours. For students who register after the
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first day of class, a $10 Late Registration Fee is also assessed. These rates are reviewed annually and are subject to change before the Fall 2011
term, which begins the 2011-2012academic year.

Out-of-state tuition is charged to students who are not residents of Tennessee except for residents of Pemiscot and Dunklin Counties in Missouri
and Mississippi County in Arkansas. In addition to the tuition fees listed previously, students who are classified as out-of-state for fee-paying
purposes must pay out-of-state tuition. As with other fees, the amount is subject to change.



Refund Policy

Refunds are calculated as follows:

A. Refunds of Tuition only are allowed for the first 25% of the term. No refunds will be made beyond the 25% period.

B. 100% of fees will be refunded for classes canceled by the institution.

C. 100% of fees will be refunded for "drops" or "withdrawals" prior to the first official day of the term. No refund will be made during the official
   registration period. If you drop a class or withdraw completely on the first day of the term, you are not in the 100% refund period.

D. 100% of fees will be refunded in case of student’s death.

Refund policy for students receiving Title IV aid is subject to change by the Federal Government.



                                                 GENERAL INFORMATION – FOR ALL STUDENTS

ACT
The ACT is required if you are a first-time college student under 21 years of age and plan to work toward a degree. There is no minimum score for
the ACT; however, official scores must be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records if you are under 21. ACT scores will be used to
determine if you will be required to complete developmental studies classes prior to taking college-level classes.

Any student scoring below 19 on the English subtest will be required to register for Basic or Developmental Writing, depending on the exact score.
Students scoring below 19 on the Mathematics subtest will register for Pre-Algebra, Basic Algebra, or Intermediate Algebra according to the score
received. Students scoring below 19 on the Reading subtest will register for either Basic or Developmental Reading. Students who are required to
register for any two disciplines (English, mathematics, or reading) will also be required to complete a study skills course: ORN 1010 – Learning to
Succeed.


If you are under 21 and degree-seeking but have not taken the ACT, you can take a Residual ACT.


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                                                              Residual ACT Testing

    •   Application for Admission must be on file prior to testing.
    •   Cost is $30.00.
    •   Appointments necessary.
    •   Residual ACT scores cannot be transferred to other institutions.
    •   Residual ACT scores cannot be used for consideration of eligibility for any Tennessee Educational Lottery Scholarships.


For testing dates in Dyersburg and at the DSCC Gibson County Center, and at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County, go to
www.dscc.edu. Click Student Services and then Assessment/Testing.

Adding Classes

You can add a class during the class-add period if space is available in the desired class. Adding spring classes is available through January 19.
After that date, you must complete a Change of Registration form and follow the procedures listed on the form. Forms are available at the One Stop
Center in the Student Center on the Dyersburg Campus or from your academic advisor or at the Gibson and Tipton County centers. You are not
officially added to a course until this form is processed in the Office of Admissions and Records.

Address & Name Changes

   1. At www.dscc.edu, click MyDSCC.
   2. Log in with your User name and Password.
   3. Click the Student tab.
   4. Click Banner Self Service.
   5. Click Personal Information.
   6. Review and correct certain addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and emergency contacts.
You are encouraged to review your addresses at the beginning of each semester. You cannot update your permanent address or change your
name through MyDSCC. These changes must be made in person at the One Stop Center, located in the Student Center, or the DSCC Gibson
County Center, or the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County.

Advanced Studies Program for Dual or Joint Enrollment

High school students who qualify for Dyersburg State's Advanced Studies Program should apply for admission, and, with their guidance counselor's
assistance, complete all admissions requirements prior to registering. Students who are eligible for this program may be admitted for either joint or
dual enrollment. Dual enrollment is the enrollment of a high school student in one or more specified college courses for which the student will be
awarded both high school and college credit; joint enrollment is for college credit only. You may be eligible for up to $300 to pay for your DSCC
course. By the stated deadline, you must complete the online TSAC application for the Dual Enrollment Grant in addition to completing the DSCC
application/registration form. For more information, contact Jordan Willis at 731/286-3324 or your guidance counselor.


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Advising Center

As a currently enrolled student at DSCC, you are encouraged to see your assigned academic advisor for your advising needs. However, in addition
to being able to see your assigned academic advisor for advising services, DSCC has an Advising Center on the Dyersburg Campus, at the Gibson
County Center and at the Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County to serve your advising needs. You do not need an appointment to meet with an
advisor if you decide to use the services provided in the Advising Centers between the dates of Monday, November 8 – Friday, December 3 and
Monday, January 3 – Wednesday, January 12. The Advising Centers will be closed Friday, January 7.

The Advising Centers will be open during normal business hours from Monday, November 8 – Friday, December 3. The Advising Centers will
reopen Monday, December 20 on a limited basis. Advisors will be available according to the following schedule:
       DSCC Gibson County Center – Monday, December 20
       DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – Tuesday, December 21
       Dyersburg Campus – Wednesday, December 22. Students planning to meet with an advisor on these three days should call the One Stop
       Center to schedule an appointment.

                                                 Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – 901/475-3100
                                                       Gibson County Center – 731/855-1419
                                                 Dyersburg Campus – Student Center – 731/286-3350


Auditing a Class

If you wish to audit a class, you may not register for the class until after the official registration day at the campus on which the desired course is
being offered. Individuals under the age of 17 may not audit any class without the written permission of the instructor and the academic officer over
the course. Developmental Studies courses cannot be audited. Only those 60 years of age or older may audit Physical Education activity courses.

Attendance Policy

Since learning centers on classroom activities, attendance is required for successful completion of any course at Dyersburg State Community
College. Class attendance policies are as follows:

    1. Class attendance without fail is expected. Students must attend class in order to be successful. An explanation of the cause of any absence
       should be given to the instructor of the class. This explanation should be presented in advance whenever possible.
    2. Absences may be counted from the first meeting of the class.
    3. If an absence occurs, the student is responsible for contacting the instructor about continued enrollment. The student is also responsible for
       completing missed work as deemed appropriate by the instructor and for gathering missed information.
    4. Students with unexcused absences who miss three consecutive classes will be reported as having stopped attending (exceptions may be
       made in courses that meet in 3 hour blocks). This designation may negatively impact receipt of current and future financial aid.
    5. At the discretion of the instructor, a student who exhibits a pattern of absences – even if not consecutive absences – may be reported as
       stopped attending. This designation may negatively impact receipt of current and future financial aid.
    6. If a student is not able to continue in the course, the student must officially withdraw. Failure to withdraw will result in a grade of “F” and may
       negatively impact future financial aid eligibility and continued enrollment.
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Notice: When you register for a class and do not attend, you will receive a grade of "F" unless you officially drop.


Class Cancellations and Changes
DSCC reserves the right to cancel classes that do not have sufficient enrollment. Divisions offering more than one section of the same course may
close sections as necessary to promote the most effective instruction. Instructor assignments are also subject to change. While this schedule of
classes has been prepared on the basis of the most current information at the time of printing, the schedule is subject to change without notice,
obligation, or liability.


Computerized Placement Assessment & Support System (COMPASS) Test

The Computerized Placement Assessment & Support System (COMPASS) test measures competency in English, reading, and mathematics.
Degree-seeking students who are 21 or over may be required to take the COMPASS test. There is no charge for taking the test, but the Office of
Admissions and Records needs your Application for Admission prior to testing. For testing dates and times, call one of the following or view the
testing schedule at www.dscc.edu. Click Student Services and then Assessment/Testing.

                                                 Testing Office – Dyersburg Campus – 731/286-3355

                                                    DSCC Gibson County Center – 731/855-1419

                                            DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – 901/475-3100

     If you are required to take the COMPASS test or any portion of it and are placed in Developmental Studies courses, you must enroll in and
                                                 complete the designated courses in sequence.



                                                                    COMPASS Testing

    • Application for Admission must be on file prior to testing.
    • There is no fee.
    • An appointment is necessary.


Confidentiality of Student Records

DSCC regards a student's academic record as confidential. The release of information contained in the record is governed by Federal Law, known
as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Directory information including the student's name, address, telephone listing, e-mail

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address, date and place of birth, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of
athletic teams, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, and the most recent previous educational agency or institution attended by the
student will be released unless the student has asked DSCC to withhold such information. If you do not wish directory information released, please
provide written notification to the Office of Admissions and Records.

The law does provide for the release of information to authorized college personnel, other institutions engaged in research (provided information is
not revealed to any other parties), and certain federal and state government officials. If you have questions concerning the provisions of this act,
contact the Office of Admissions and Records.

DSCC ID NUMBER (aka D#)

Your D# is a 9-digit unique number. For your security, DSCC strongly encourages you to learn your D# and use it rather than your social security
number when completing all forms or correspondence or when prompted for your ID number.

Dropping Courses

If you need to drop a course, doing so will be possible provided it is within the course-drop period. Please refer to the Academic Calendar in this
schedule for deadlines to drop. The ability to drop courses is available online. Failure to drop a course which you stop attending will result in a grade
of "F".

Courses may be dropped without a grade through approximately the first two weeks (14 calendar days beginning with the first day of class). After
this time, a grade of "W" is given if the course is officially dropped.

Dropping Courses Vs. Complete Withdrawal from the College

If you are enrolled in only one course and do not want to remain in that course or if you wish to withdraw from all courses, you can withdraw online
through March 25. After that date, you must complete a Permission to Withdraw form and obtain appropriate signatures. Forms are available at the
One Stop Center in the Student Center on the Dyersburg Campus or from your academic advisor or at the Gibson and Tipton County centers.
Failure to withdraw officially from school will result in a grade of "F" in all courses.

Email Address for Student E-mail and E-Learn
As a DSCC student, email and online access to your courses and access to DSCC computers and print capabilities will all be available with the
same Username and Password that you use to log into MyDSCC. To access your classes, click the following link at www.dscc.edu.




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Emergency Procedures
    1. Treating and Reporting Illness and Injury
       A. Notify Student Services at 731/286-3240.
       B. If necessary, call 911 or one of the following: Dyersburg Regional Ambulance Service at 731/285-2222 in Dyersburg, Baptist Memorial
          Hospital - Tipton Ambulance Service at 901/476-9377 in Covington, or the Gibson County Ambulance Authority at 731/692-3714 in
          Trenton. (It should be understood that the cost for transporting a student by ambulance to the hospital will be incurred by the injured or ill
          student).
    2. Tornado and Fire Alert
       A. Tornado Alert
       Dyersburg Campus - In case of tornado alert, the alarm system will give a series of 10 short rings. Students should calmly file to interior
       hallways, away from windows and doors. One long ring sounds the all clear.
       Gibson County and Tipton County Centers - When the National Weather Service issues a Tornado Warning, an air horn will be sounded in a
       series of short blasts. Ten short blasts require everyone to take immediate action and proceed to the identified areas in the building. Two long
       blasts will indicate the Tornado Warning has expired.
       B. Fire Alert
       In case of fire at the Dyersburg campus and at the centers in Gibson County and Tipton County, there will be a continuous horn sound. In the
       Gibson County and Tipton County Centers, warning lights located in the halls will also flash. Students should use stairways to evacuate the
       building. Do not use the elevators.
       C. For other emergencies, consult the Dyersburg State Community College Safety and Security Procedures; a copy is posted in each
       classroom and office.


Eligibility for Deferment of Payment of Tuition and Fees by Certain Eligible Students Receiving US Department of Veterans Affairs or
Other Governmentally Funded Educational Assistance Benefits

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


General Education Core Curriculum

Each institution in the State University and Community College System of Tennessee (Tennessee Board of Regents) shares a common lower-
division general education core curriculum of forty-one semester hours for baccalaureate degrees and the Associate of Arts and the Associate of
Science degrees. These institutions will also share a common lower-division general education core curriculum of 15-17 semester hours for the
Associate of Applied Science degree. Consult the DSCC Catalog and Student Handbook for more information.
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Grades at Term's End
Your grades will not be mailed at the end of the term but are accessible online through MyDSCC. If you need to provide a copy of your grades to
your employer, request an official copy of your transcript to be mailed directly to the employer. This written request can be made at any time during
the term. To protect the confidential nature of the student's records, no grades will be released by phone. Grades will not be available until all debts
or obligations owed to the College have been satisfied.

Graduation Candidates

If you are expecting to complete course requirements at the end of Spring 2011 or Summer 2011 and did not meet the November 5 deadline to
submit an Intent to Graduate form, you need to do so now. Forms are available at the One Stop Center, located in the Student Center on the
Dyersburg Campus and at the Centers in Gibson and Tipton County and online at www.dscc.edu. Click the Current Students tab and then
Graduation Information on the far left of the screen. Cap and gown information also should be submitted to the DSCC Bookstore on the Dyersburg
Campus before February 1.

Honors Program

The Honors Program provides exceptional educational opportunities for highly motivated and well-prepared students. The program works
individually with students in planning their educational experiences at Dyersburg State Community College. Students may earn Honors distinction
by meeting these requirements: completion of a minimum of 12 hours of Honors coursework with at least a grade of B in each course; completion of
an Honors Project with a minimum grade of B; and participation in special college educational/cultural events. To become a member of the Honors
program, an incoming freshman must have a minimum ACT composite of 26 and a 3.5 high school grade point average (GPA). An existing student
must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have completed 12 hours of college-level coursework. To remain in the program, a student must maintain a
minimum GPA of 3.0. An appropriate Honors distinction is indicated on the student's transcript and the Honors student is recognized at graduation.
For more information about the Honors Program, contact Dr. Dave Strong at 731/286-3343.

ORN 1010 – Orientation: Learning to Succeed

This course is recommended for all DSCC students and is designed to provide an orientation to a variety of strategies and techniques necessary to
learn and succeed in the college setting. Topics covered include note-taking, study, textbook, and test-taking skills; memory techniques and
learning styles; goal setting; stress and time management; campus resources; communication and critical thinking skills; beginning research skills;
academic major and career choices; and other current student issues. Students who place in two or more developmental studies areas are required
to take ORN 1010.

New Student Orientation
If you will be a new student at DSCC this fall, talk to your advisor about signing up for one of the following orientation sessions after your register for
classes:

       Dyersburg Campus – Tuesday, January 4 – 9 a.m. – Glover Education Center, Room 211B
       DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – Wednesday, January 5 – 9 a.m. – Academic Building, Room 136
       DSCC Gibson County Center – 9 a.m. – Room 129

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Possession of Weapons

T.C.A. 39-17-1309 prohibits the possession of weapons, including firearms, on any property owned, used or operated by Dyersburg State
Community College. Furthermore, State Law prescribes a maximum penalty of six (6) years imprisonment and a fine not to exceed three thousand
dollars ($3000) for carrying weapons on school property.

Prof of Immunization

Unless exempted under Tennessee Code Annotated, proof of immunization with two doses of Measles, Mumps, and Rubella vaccines,
administered on or after the first birthday, is required for attendance to all universities and colleges with an enrollment of greater than two hundred
students. Non-exempt students who do not provide the required proof will be restricted to 11 credit hours. The Proof of Immunization form in PDF
format is available online.

The General Assembly of the State of Tennessee mandates that each public or private postsecondary institution in the state provide information
concerning Hepatitis B infection to all students matriculating for the first time. Tennessee law requires that such students complete and sign a
waiver form that includes detailed information about the disease. The Hepatitis B form in PDF format in available online.

Registering after the First Official Day of Classes

If you register for a class after the first official day of classes, be aware that enrollment in classes is not guaranteed but may depend on the number
of classes missed and the instructor's assessment of your chances for success in the course. If you register late, you will need to meet with the
instructor to discuss any work that has been missed and to complete and sign the form for Late Class Entry: Student & Teacher Agreement to Make
Up Missed Work.

Student Load

You will be considered full-time if you enroll in 12 or more credit hours; the maximum number of hours for which you may enroll is 19. You may
request to enroll in more than 19 hours. Request for Overload forms are available from academic advisors or from the One Stop Center, located in
the Student Center on the Dyersburg Campus. You must obtain your advisor's signature on the form and meet specific requirements as outlined in
the DSCC Catalog and Student Handbook before an overload can be processed.

Tutoring Resources

Help is available both on site and online. All the opportunities listed below are free of charge to all DSCC students.




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All subjects – Tutoring Centers

Students are invited to make an appointment for specific tutoring needs or to drop in to check on the availability of tutoring resources.

          Dyersburg Campus – LRC, Room 128 - 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Friday
          DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – Jimmy Naifeh Building, Room 171 - 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 9
          a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Friday
          DSCC Gibson County Center, Room 112. Hours will be posted.


SmarThinking is an online tutoring resource available to all students 24/7. For more information, visit www.dscc.edu/tutoring.

Mathematics Labs

Support is available at designated times for students who are enrolled in Math Lab sections. Please check the schedule at each lab.

          Dyersburg Campus – Math Building, Rooms 167/168
          DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – Jimmy Naifeh Building, Room A141
          DSCC Gibson County Center, Room 113



Reading

Support is available at the designated times. Please check the schedule at each lab.

          Dyersburg Campus – Glover Education Center, Rooms 105/106
          DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – Jimmy Naifeh Building, Room A143


Writing

Support is available at the designated times. Please check the schedule at each lab.

          Dyersburg Campus – Glover Education Center, Room 202




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BOOKSTORE REGULAR HOURS – Dyersburg Campus

                                          Monday - Thursday                      7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

                                          Friday                                 7:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.



                                                      Bookstore Hours in January 2011

                                                     January 10 - 14 – 7:45 a.m. – 6 p.m.

                                                         January 15 – 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

                                                     January 18 - 21 – 7:45 a.m. – 6 p.m.

                                                         January 22 – 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.



Bookstore hours for the DSCC Gibson County Center and the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County will be posted at those
locations. During the beginning of the semester, bookstore hours will be extended.

BOOKSTORE REFUND POLICY

Contact the Bookstore for the refund policy.

BOOK RENTAL PROGRAM

Contact the Bookstore for information or check the bookstore Web site at www.dsccbooks.com.

                                     LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER HOURS AT DYERSBURG CAMPUS
                                        Monday - Thursday             7:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

                                          Friday                                 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

                                          Saturday                               9:00 a.m. – 1:00p.m.


                                   LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER HOURS AT GIBSON COUNTY CENTER
                                       Monday, Tuesday &Thursday       7:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.

                                          Wednesday & Friday                     7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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                        LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER HOURS AT DSCC JIMMY NAIFEH CENTER AT TIPTON COUNTY
                                     Monday - Thursday               7:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

                                           Friday                                      7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



                                                EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AVAILABLE AT DSCC


DSCC has three major instructional divisions: Arts and Sciences, Nursing and Allied Health, and Business and Technology. A variety of majors with
multiple concentrations is available.

If you plan to transfer to a four-year college or university and pursue a baccalaureate degree, there is the University Parallel major. There are a
number of concentrations which lead to an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree.

For direct entry into the job market or career upgrade, there are several majors which lead to an Associate of Applied Science degree as well as
certificate programs.



                                    TRANSFER PROGRAMS

Concentrations in the UNIVERSITY PARALLEL MAJOR leading to the Associate of Science degree:

     Agriculture or Natural Resource Management

     Allied Health                                   History

     Biology or Forestry                             Mathematics

     Business                                        Medical Oriented

     Chemistry                                       Music

     Computer Science                                Pre-Nursing

     Criminal Justice                                Pre-Veterinary Medicine

     Education, Secondary                            Psychology

     English                                         Social Sciences
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      General Studies                                 Sociology, Social Work or Social Welfare

      Health, Physical Education & Recreation



TEACHING MAJOR with Concentration in:

    Teaching (K-6)



ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE

Concentrations in the UNIVERSITY PARALLEL MAJOR leading to the Associate of Arts degree:

    English

    General Studies

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CAREER PROGRAMS

Concentrations in the BUSINESS RELATED TECHNOLOGY MAJOR leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree:

    Accounting Technology

    Administrative Office Support with Emphases in:

         Administrative Office             Legal Office

         Medical Office                    Information Specialist

    Business Administration

    Management

Concentrations in the COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MAJOR leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree:

    Networking and Cyber Security

    Software Application

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Concentration in the EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION MAJOR leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree:

    Early Childhood Education

Concentrations in the EMERGENCY SERVICES MAJOR leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree:

    EMT

    EMT-Paramedic

Concentration in the GENERAL TECHNOLOGY MAJOR leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree:

    General Technology

Concentration in the HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MAJOR leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree:

    Health Information Technology

Concentration in the JUSTICE SERVICES MAJOR leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree:

    Justice Services

Concentration in the NURSING MAJOR leading to the Associate of Applied Science degree:

    Nursing

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Agriculture Applications

Computer Systems Operation & Maintenance

Early Childhood Education

Electronic Health Record

Corrections &Law Enforcement

Medical Coding

Network Routing & Cyber Security

EMT-Paramedic
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                                                     REGENTS ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAM

Dyersburg State Community College could be your college of choice when participating in the Tennessee Board of Regents Online Degree
Program, which brings college to you. The following online degree programs are available through DSCC and the Regents Online Degree Program:

                                                 Associate of Arts Degree in General Studies
                                                Associate of Science Degree in General Studies

          Associate of Applied Science Degree in the Major of Professional Studies with a concentration in Information Technology

                                          Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education

                                               Associate of Applied Science in Web Technology

                                                  Technical Certificate in Web Page Authoring

                               For more information about the Regents Online Degree Program, visit www.rodp.org.



                                                          Admissions Deficiencies

                             Important Information about Tennessee Board of Regents Institutions’ Admission Policies:

DSCC maintains an open admissions policy for graduates of high schools or applicants with an average standard score of 450 or above on the
GED* or applicants who have received an American Council on Education (ACE) external diploma awarded by a high school. Students who
graduated from high school in 1989 or thereafter and students who earned the GED in 1989 or thereafter** and plan to transfer to a baccalaureate
degree-granting institution are subject to high school unit requirements. Those who did not complete the following courses in high school are
admissible to DSCC and can complete an appropriate course to satisfy the high school deficiency and also use the course toward a general
education requirement. Any student who has already completed a high school deficiency but still lacks the general education requirement can now
apply the course to both requirements if it satisfies them. For example, if a student completed ART 1030 to satisfy a Visual/Performing Arts high
school deficiency, then this course could be used to satisfy the high school deficiency and to meet a three-credit hour Humanities/Fine Arts general
education requirement.

Subject Area                                                                    Required Units

English                                                                                        4

Visual and/or Performing Arts,                                                                 1

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    including a survey course or participation in one or more of the arts (music, dance, theater, visual arts)

Algebra I and II                                                                                   2

Geometry                                                                                           1

    or other advanced mathematics course as a major component

Natural/Physical Science,                                                                          2

    including at least one unit, with lab, in biology, chemistry or physics

Social Studies,                                                                                    1

    including world history, ancient history, modern history, world geography, or European history

United State History                                                                               1

A Single Foreign Language                                                                          2

* A minimum score of 410 on each GED sub score is also required.

** Requirements differ for those students who have earned the GED.




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                                            ACADEMIC CALENDAR – SPRING 2011
 

Please make note of the deadlines listed in the Academic Calendar, since some dates fall on weekends or holidays. Students without home access
to the Internet are encouraged to utilize DSCC computer resources or to contact the One Stop Center located on the Dyersburg Campus, the DSCC
Gibson County Center or the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County.

SPRING SEMESTER 2011

January 4     Registration at DSCC Gibson County Center (3 p.m. – 6 p.m.)

January 5     Registration at Dyersburg Campus (8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

January 6     Application Deadline for Spring 2011 – Last Day to apply for admission or readmission; only those who were not enrolled at DSCC
              during Fall 2010 should complete an application.

              Registration at DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County (10 a.m. – 6 p.m.)

              Adjunct Faculty Workshop at DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County (6 – 9 p.m. for new instructors and 7 – 9 p.m. for
              returning instructors)

January 7     Spring Update for Faculty and Staff (1p.m. – 3:30 p.m. for Faculty & Staff and 1 – 4:30 p.m. for Faculty)

January 10    Adjunct Faculty Workshop – Dyersburg Campus (6 – 9 p.m. for new instructors and 7 – 9 p.m. for returning instructors)

January 12    Last Day to Receive a 100% Refund

January 13    Classes Begin including DSCC Online and RODP

January 14    Financial Aid Census Date

January 17    College Closed for Observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

January 19    Last Day to Register or Add Classes

January 26    End of 75% Refund Period

              Last Day to Remove “I” Grade from Fall 2010

February 9    End of 25% Refund Period – Date may differ for RODP

March 7-13    Spring Break – No Day or Evening Classes


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March 18        Deadline for Submission of Midterm Grades

March 25        Last Day to Drop or Withdraw with a “W”

                Last Day to Change to Audit

April 4-17      Advising & Priority Registration for Summer & Fall Semesters – Currently Enrolled Students Only

April 18        Pre-registration Begins for Summer and Fall Semesters – Open to Everyone

April 21        Spring Conference for Faculty & Staff – No Day or Evening Classes

April 22-24     College Closed for Observance of Good Friday & Easter – No Day or Evening Classes

May 2           Last Day of Classes – Date may differ for RODP

May 3-7         Final Exams – Dates may differ for RODP

May 7           Commencement – 2:00 p.m.



Final Exam Schedule for Spring 2011

    If your class meets at this time…    then the date and time of your exam is…

    MWF or MW            6:55 a.m.              Friday, May 6              8:00 – 10:00 a.m.

    MWF or MW            8:00 a.m.            Wednesday, May 4             8:00 – 10:00 a.m.

    MWF or MW            9:05 a.m.            Wednesday, May 4          10:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

    MWF or MW           10:10 a.m.              Friday, May 6           10:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

    MWF or MW           11:15 a.m.            Wednesday, May 4             12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

    MWF or MW           12:20 p.m.              Friday, May 6              12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

    MWF or MW            1:25 p.m.            Wednesday, May 4             2:45 – 4:45 p.m.

    MWF or MW            2:30 p.m.              Friday, May 6              2:45 – 4:45 p.m.

    MWF or MW            4:05 p.m.             Thursday, May 5             2:45 – 4:45 p.m.


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       MW           4:40 or 5:00 p.m.         Monday, May 2                5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

     Monday         6:20 or 6:35 p.m.         Monday, May 2                7:15 – 9:15 p.m.

    Wednesday       6:20 or 6:35 p.m.        Wednesday, May 4              7:15 – 9:15 p.m.

      Friday        6:20 or 6:35 p.m.          Friday, May 6                     TBA

       T/R              8:00 a.m.             Tuesday, May 3              8:00 – 10:00 a.m.

       T/R              9:35 a.m.             Thursday, May 5             8:00 – 10:00 a.m.

       T/R             11:10 a.m.             Tuesday, May 3           10:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

       T/R             12:45 p.m.             Thursday, May 5          10:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

       T/R              2:20 p.m.             Thursday, May 5             12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

       T/R              3:55 p.m.             Tuesday, May 3               2:45 – 4:45 p.m.

       T/R          4:40 or 5:00 p.m.         Tuesday, May 3               5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

     Tuesday        6:20 or 6:35 p.m.         Tuesday, May 3               7:15 – 9:15 p.m.

    Thursday        6:20 or 6:35 p.m.         Thursday, May 5              7:15 – 9:15 p.m.

     Saturday                                 Saturday, May 7                    TBA

If your class meeting time is not listed, consult your instructor for the exam time.



DSCC Updates and Alerts

In the event of an emergency or a schedule change, Dyersburg State Community College has established two types of notifications to faculty, staff,
students and other interested parties.

       ► DSCC Alerts are used to provide emergency information.

       ► DSCC Updates provide non-emergency information, for example --campus or center closings due to inclement weather or other
circumstances.


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These notifications will be sent a variety of ways including posting on the Web site landing page, on the Dyersburg State Community College fan
page in Facebook, by text and e-mail messages to faculty and staff members, and through notifications to area broadcast media.

You may sign up to receive these notifications as a text message through the Dyersburg State Gazette Text Caster. To sign up for this service, go
to the State Gazette Web site

(www.stategazette.com) and click on the “Free State Gazette Text Caster Sign Up Now” link. There is no fee for this service; however, standard text
messaging rates apply. Anyone may sign up.

The DSCC Information Line (731/286-3303) will also carry alert or update news.

The most reliable, complete and timely sources of update or alert information will be the DSCC Web site, Facebook postings and our Information
Line. The DSCC Facebook Fan Page will also keep you informed of upcoming events at the college.



    The University of Memphis course offerings 

     Dyersburg ‐ University of Memphis classes  


     CRN      Session  Subject/Section      Title                           Day  Time 

     TBA      1st       SPED    3802        Assessment of Learners          M    500PM ‐ 930PM                      3

     TBA      2nd       SPED    3803        Classroom/Behavior Mgmt         M    500PM ‐ 930PM                      3

     19122  1           ENGL    4531  501  Methods and Techniques ESL       R    530PM ‐ 830PM                      3

     16244  2ND         PETE    3604  504  Teach Phys Ed/Health/K‐Middle    T    500PM ‐ 915PM                      2




     Covington ‐ University of Memphis classes 


     CRN      Session  Subject/Section      Title                           Day  Time 

     19117           1  ELED    3242  501  Teaching/Learning Elem School    MW 1240PM ‐ 205PM                       3


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        19663             1  ELED         3251  503  Method/Teach Math/Elem Grades       W     1200PM ‐ 300PM     3

        19664             1  ELED         3261  503  Method/Teach/Science/Elem Grde      R     0800AM ‐ 1100AM    3

        19665             1  ELED         3271  503  Method/Social Studies/Elem Grd      W     0800AM ‐ 1100AM    3

        19666             1  ELED         3281  503  Teach Practicum/Elem School         TF    0800AM ‐ 300PM     3

        17848             1  ICL          4001  543  Learng Urb Env K‐8                  TBA  TBA ‐ TBA           3

        20504             1  ICL          4020  503  Language/Comm/Diverse Classrm       R     1200PM ‐ 300PM     3

        20505             1  ICL          4021  504  Professional/Ethical Practices      R     0800AM ‐ 1100AM    3

        16747             1  ICL          4800  502  Professional Seminar                M     500PM ‐ 800PM      3

        17850             1  RDNG  4240  501  Literacy in Grades K‐4                     W     0800AM ‐ 1100AM    3

        17855             1  RDNG  4241  502  Literacy in Grades 5‐8                     M     1200PM ‐ 300PM     3

        20506             1  SPED         3800  503  Methods I/Instruct/Literacy         W     1200PM ‐ 300PM     3

        20507             1  SPED         3801  502  Practicum/Inclusive Settings        M     0800AM ‐ 300PM     2

        19119             1  SPED         3802  501  Assessment of Learners              TR    1030AM ‐ 1155AM    3

        19120             1  SPED         3803  501  Classroom/Behavior Management       TR    0830AM ‐ 0955AM    3

        20508             1  SPED         3804  502  SPED Methods II. Content Area       W     0800AM ‐ 1100AM    3


        The University of Memphis, a Tennessee Board of Regents Institution,  

        is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action  

        It is committed to education of a non‐racially identifiable student body. 
     




        NOT Official Schedule 

        Go to MyMemphis for up‐to‐date, Official Schedule Updated on October 20, 2010 



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        For Further Information about Dyersburg State Community College:

         One Stop Center – Dyersburg – 731/286-3350

          One Stop Center – Gibson County Center – 731/855-1419

          One Stop Center – Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County – 901/475-3100

          Division of Arts & Sciences – Dyersburg – 731/286-3370 or 286-3353

         Division of Business & Technology – Dyersburg – 731/286-3205

         Division of Nursing & Allied Health – Dyersburg –731/286-3390

         Business Office – Dyersburg – 731/286-3310

         Vice President for the College – Dyersburg – 731/286-3320

         Office of Continuing Education – Dyersburg – 731/286-3265

         Learning Resource Center – Dyersburg – 731/ 286-3225

         Office of Student Services – Dyersburg – 731/286-3240

        Dyersburg State Community College is one of forty-five institutions in the Tennessee Board of Regents system, the sixth largest
        system of higher education in the nation. The Tennessee Board of Regents is the governing board for this system which is
        comprised of six universities, thirteen community colleges, and twenty-six Tennessee Technology Centers. The TBR system enrolls
        more than 80 percent of all Tennessee students attending public institutions of higher education.

                                                       Dyersburg State Community College

                                                      1510 Lake Road, Dyersburg, TN 38024

                                                  Equal Opportunity in Education & Employment

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                                                          SPRING 2011 SCHEDULE

ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS SCHEDULE:
TBA            TO BE ARRANGED                                    M         MONDAY
HTBA           HOSPITAL TO BE ARRANGED                           T         TUESDAY
STAFF          INSTRUCTOR TO BE NAMED                            W         WEDNESDAY
JNCA           JIMMY NAIFEH BUILDING                             R         THURSDAY
JNCB           JIMMY NAIFEH CTR ACADEMIC BLDG                    F         FRIDAY
GCC            GIBSON COUNTY CTR                                 S         SATURDAY
SPLEX          COVINGTON SPORTSPLEX

TYPES OF COURSE SECTIONS
Look for the last two or three characters in the course designation (example – PSY 110 OL)

         OL = DSCC online classes
         R50 = RODP online classes
         01 through 20 = Dyersburg Campus daytime classes
         50 through 69 = Dyersburg Campus daytime labs
         21 through 30 = Dyersburg Campus evening classes
         70 through 79 = Dyersburg Campus evening labs
         J01 through J20 = DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County daytime classes
         J50 through J69 = DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County evening labs
         J21 through J30 = DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County evening classes
         J70 through J79 = DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County evening labs
         G01 through G20 = DSCC Gibson County Center daytime classes
         G50 through G69 = DSCC Gibson County Center evening labs
         G21 through G30 = DSCC Gibson County Center evening classes
         G70 through G79 = DSCC Gibson County Center evening labs
         HYB – Hybrid = combination of classroom and online instruction

COURSES PRECEDED BY AN ASTERISK (*) MAY BE TAKEN AS A REGULAR CLASS OR AS AN HONORS OPTION WITH INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL.

Tennessee state employees wishing to use the Public Higher Education Fee Waiver for employees of the State of Tennessee and TBR/UT employees wishing to use the PC191 can register
no earlier than four weeks prior to the first day of classes.

Thinking about taking an online course? Visit www.DSCC.edu/online. You’ll find a lot of useful information about DSCC online courses and RODP online courses.


COLLEGE AT HOME - DSCC ONLINE CLASSES

In addition to regular course fees, there are non-refundable online fees for DSCC online courses.

ONLINE COURSES REQUIRE THE USE OF THE INTERNET AND ARE ONLY RECOMMENDED FOR STUDENTS WITH EXCELLENT STUDY HABITS AND READY ACCESS TO THE INTERNET.
ONLINE COURSES ARE NOT SELF-PACED, AND STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE WORK BY DUE DATES GIVEN IN THE COURSE SCHEDULE. BEFORE REGISTERING FOR AN ONLINE
COURSE, STUDENTS SHOULD READ THE COURSE SYLLABUS, LOCATED AT http://www.dscc.edu/syllabi. GO TO http://elearn.dscc.edu TO LOG INTO COURSES AND TO ACCESS
ONLINE LEARNING TUTORIALS. ONLINE CLASSES WILL BEGIN JANUARY 13. STUDENTS SHOULD LOG IN ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Course numbers preceded by an asterisk (*) indicate that the course may be taken as a regular class or Honors option with instructor approval.



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 CRN        COURSE               TITLE                               CREDIT TYP DAYS        TIME             BLDG ROOM             INSTRUCTOR
10342      ACC -101 -OL         Principles of Accounting I              3   LEC                                                    Ballard L
10420      ACC -102 -OL         Principles of Accounting II             3   LEC                                                    Ballard L
10800      ALH -1000-OL         Careers in Healthcare                   3   LEC                                                    Osborne S
10357      AOS -108 -OL         Word                                    3   LEC                                                    Hendrix J
AOS 108 OL requires access to WORD 2007.
10435      AOS -110 -OL         PowerPoint                              3   LEC                                                    Hendrix J
10423      AOS -209 -OL         Advanced Word                           3   LEC                                                    Hendrix J
10362      AOS -221 -OL         Bus and Office Communicatio             3   LEC                                                    Hudson B
10438      AOS -250 -OL         Desktop Publishing                      3   LEC                                                    Hendrix J
10424      AOS -274 -OL         Administrative Applied Office           3   LAB                                                    STAFF
10365      BUS -110 -OL         Introduction to Business                3   LEC                                                    STAFF
10367      BUS -201 -OL         Business Law                            3   LEC                                                    STAFF
To enroll in an online CIT course, you are required to have access to Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2007 software (Word, Excel, Access, and Powerpoint) and access to the Internet.
Computers with Microsoft Office are available in the Learning Resource Center (LRC) and in the computer labs during open lab times on the Dyersburg campus, at the Gibson County
Center, and the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County.
10402      CIT -111 -OL1 Introduction to Computers                      3   LEC                                                    Fincher B
10403      CIT -111 -OL2 Introduction to Computers                      3   LEC                                                    STAFF
10433      CIT -165 -OL         Spreadsheet Applications                3   LEC                                                    Anderson D
10886      CIT -165 -OL1 Spreadsheet Applications                       3   LEC                                                    Anderson D
CIT 165 is Excel 2007.
10675      CIT -173 -OL         Digital Forensics                       3   LEC                                                    Lavieri E
10959      CIT -230 -OL         Systems Design                          3   LEC                                                    Fincher B
10407      CIT -262 -OL         CCNA 2 Cisco Networking II              3   LEC                                                    Alford R
CIT262 OL must be taken with CIT 262 70 Lab (CRN #10408) at the Dyersburg Campus.
10409      CIT -264 -OL         CCNA 4 Cisco Networking IV              3   LEC                                                    Alford R
CIT 264 OL must be taken with CIT 264 70 Lab (CRN# 10410) at the Dyersburg Campus.
10693      CIT -280 -OL         Intro to C Plus Plus                    3   LEC                                                    Lavieri E
10413      CIT -290 -OL         Intro to Educational Tech               3   LEC                                                    Fincher B
10376      ECO -201 -OL         Macroeconomics                          3   LEC                                                    Bowen M
10373      ECO -202 -OL         Microeconomics                          3   LEC                                                    Bowen M
10310 *ENGL-1010-OL             Composition I                           3   LEC                                                    Weeks L
Students enrolled in ENGL 1010 OL are required to complete a writing assessment in person during the first week of school. Students will receive information from the instructor about this
assessment. Students who do not complete the assessment will be dropped from the course. Exams for this course are taken on site.
10228 *ENGL-2310-OL             World Literature I                      3   LEC                                                    Weeks L
10754 *ENGL-2320-OL             World Literature II                     3   LEC                                                    Weeks L
10378      FIN -101 -OL         Personal Finance                        3   LEC                                                    Ballard L
10338      HIST-2010-OL         American History I                      3   LEC                                                    Bernier K
10250      HIST-2020-OL         American History II                     3   LEC                                                    Bernier K
To enroll in any HIT online course, you must have access to a computer, a microphone, and the 2007 professional version of Microsoft Office with Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. HIT
courses require typing/keyboarding skills, computer and/or word processing skills, and the use of e-mail. Computers with Microsoft Office are available in the Learning Resource Center
(LRC) and in the computer labs during open lab times on the Dyersburg campus, at the Gibson County Center, and at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County. HIT online classes
will not be available until the scheduled date for classes to begin.
10784      HIT -1010-OL1 Medical Terminology                            3   LEC                                                    Tillman B
10785      HIT -1010-OL2 Medical Terminology                            3   LEC                                                    Tillman B
10869      HIT -1010-OL3 Medical Terminology                            3   LEC                                                    Tillman B
10834      HIT -1011-OL         Intro to Health Info Tech               3   LEC                                                    Burt G
10835      HIT -1120-OL         Fund of Disease Processes               4   LEC                                                    STAFF
10792      HIT -2110-OL         Mgmt and Supervis in Hlth Info          3   LEC                                                    Osborne S
10941      HIT -2120-OL         Healthcare Statistics and Repo          3   LEC                                                    Osborne S
10793      HIT -2130-OL         Coding and Classifica Syst II           3   LEC                                                    STAFF
10795      HIT -2210-OL         Healthcare Quality Management           3   LEC                                                    Neil A
10796      HIT -2220-OL         HealthCare Reimbursement Metho          4   LEC                                                    Osborne S
10797      HIT -2230-OL         Adv Coding and Classification           3   LEC                                                    Stanley E
10799      HIT -2250-OL         Seminar in Health Infor Techno          3   LEC                                                    Osborne S
10389      JST -113 -OL         Criminal Evidence and Procedur          3   LEC                                                    Bamwine P
10390      JST -218 -OL         Criminology                             3   LEC                                                    Bamwine P
10942      MGT -101 -OL         Introduction to Management              3   LEC                                                    Ballard L
10394      MGT -102 -OL         Human Relations                         3   LEC                                                    McGuire S
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10415    MKT -101 -OL      Intro to Marketing                          3     LEC                                                      Ballard L
10254    PSY -110 -OL      General Psychology I                        3     LEC                                                      Nasso D
10891    PSY -110 -OL2 General Psychology I                            3     LEC                                                      Nasso D
10259    PSY -120 -OL      General Psychology II                       3     LEC                                                      Nasso D
10264    PSY -230 -OL      Developmental Psychology                    3     LEC                                                      Nasso D
10335    SOC -201 -OL      Principles of Sociology                     3     LEC                                                      Wolfe S
10272 *SPE -231 -OL        Fundamentals of Speech                      3     LEC                                                      Lewis M
SPE 231 OL requires access to a video camera and PowerPoint.




                           SPRING 2011 SCHEDULE – DYERSBURG CAMPUS
Regular chance registration will be held at the DSCC Dyersburg Campus on January 5, 2011, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information about classes in Dyersburg, call 731-286-3350.
Tennessee state employees wishing to use the Public Higher Education Fee Waiver for employees of the State of Tennessee and TBR/UT employees wishing to use the PC191
can register no earlier than four weeks prior to the first day of classes.

ONLINE COURSES REQUIRE THE USE OF THE INTERNET AND ARE ONLY RECOMMENDED FOR STUDENTS WITH EXCELLENT STUDY HABITS AND READY ACCESS TO THE INTERNET.
ONLINE COURSES ARE NOT SELF-PACED, AND STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE WORK BY DUE DATES GIVEN IN THE COURSE SCHEDULE. BEFORE REGISTERING FOR AN ONLINE
COURSE, STUDENTS SHOULD READ THE COURSE SYLLABUS, LOCATED AT http://www.dscc.edu/syllabi. GO TO http://elearn.dscc.edu TO LOG INTO COURSES AND TO ACCESS
ONLINE LEARNING TUTORIALS. ONLINE CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 13. STUDENTS SHOULD LOG IN ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Course numbers preceded by an asterisk (*) indicate that the course may be taken as a regular class or as Honors option with instructor approval.

CRN     COURSE               TITLE                               CREDIT     TYP DAYS           TIME            BLDG      ROOM         INSTRUCTOR
ACCOUNTING
10342   ACC -101     -OL     Principles of Accounting I                3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Ballard   L
10343   ACC -102     -01     Principles of Accounting II               3     LEC    TR         0935-1100am      GLOVER    109     Frazier   J
10420   ACC -102     -OL     Principles of Accounting II               3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Ballard   L
10944   ACC -241     -XX     Computerized Accounting                   3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Ballard   L
EVENING
10980   ACC -221     -21     Cost Accounting                           3     LEC    T          0500-0625pm      LRC       118     Ballard L
10981   ACC -255     -21     Certified Bookkeeper Review               3     LEC    R          0500-0625pm      LRC       118     Ballard L

AGRICULTURE
10992    AGRI-1020-01        Intro to Agricultural Business            3      LEC MW            0225-0350pm ELLER         239     Sullivan T
AGRI 1020 01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10953    AGRI-1040-01        Intro Soil & Plant Science                3      LEC MW            1250-0215pm ELLER         239     Sullivan T
AGRI 1040 01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10952    AGRI-2010-01        Career Planning in Agriculture            2      LEC T             0200-0355pm TBA           TBA     Sullivan T
10951    AGRI-2040-01        Intro to Pesticides                       1      LEC T             0100-0155pm TBA           TBA     Sullivan T

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE SUPPORT
10349    AOS -100 -01      Micro Keyboarding Concepts                  3     LEC    M          1245-0340pm      GLOVER    203     STAFF
10353    AOS -108 -01      Word                                        3     LEC    W          0100-0355pm      GLOVER    203     STAFF
10357    AOS -108 -OL      Word                                        3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Hendrix J
AOS 108 OL requires access to WORD 2007.
10435    AOS -110 -OL      PowerPoint                                  3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Hendrix J
10358    AOS -122 -01      Keyboarding II                              3     LEC    M          1245-0340pm      GLOVER    203     STAFF
10359    AOS -201 -01      Professional Development                    3     LEC    TR         1110-1235pm      GLOVER    203     STAFF
10360    AOS -205 -01      Records and Information Mgmt                3     LEC    T          0100-0355pm      GLOVER    203     STAFF
10423    AOS -209 -OL      Advanced Word                               3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Hendrix J
10361    AOS -216 -01      Document Production and Integr              3     LEC    M          1245-0340pm      GLOVER    202     STAFF
10362    AOS -221 -OL      Bus and Office Communicatio                 3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Hudson B
10438    AOS -250 -OL      Desktop Publishing                          3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Hendrix J

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10424     AOS -274 -OL       Administrative Applied Office             3     LAB   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA     STAFF

ALLIED HEALTH
10800   ALH -1000-OL         Careers in Healthcare                     3     LEC   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA     Osborne S

ART
10872   ART -1030-01         Art Appreciation                          3     LEC   M           0300-0600pm     GLOVER    211B    Kinard T
EVENING
10696   ART -1030-21         Art Appreciation                          3     LEC   M           0635-0930pm     GLOVER    211B    Kinard T

ASTRONOMY
10001 ASTR-1030-01           Astronomy                                 4     LEC   T           1245-0210pm     GLOVER    111     Maasho A
                                                                                   W           0230-0355pm     GLOVER    111     Maasho A
10003     ASTR-1030-50       Astronomy                                 0     LAB   W           0405-0605pm     GLOVER    111     Maasho A

BIOLOGY
10180   BIOL-1110-01         General Biology I                         4     LEC   MWF         1115-1210pm     GLOVER    103B    Jones K
10182   BIOL-1110-50         General Biology I                         0     LAB   M           0130-0330pm     GLOVER    101     Blinka K
10186 *BIOL-1120-01          General Biology II                        4     LEC   TR          0800-0925am     GLOVER    103B    Williams    B
10187 *BIOL-1120-02          General Biology II                        4     LEC   TR          0935-1100am     GLOVER    103B    Williams    B
10189   BIOL-1120-50         General Biology II                        0     LAB   T           1215-0215pm     GLOVER    101     Williams    B
10188   BIOL-1120-51         General Biology II                        0     LAB   R           1215-0215pm     GLOVER    101     Williams    B
10190   BIOL-1120-52         General Biology II                        0     LAB   W           0125-0325pm     GLOVER    101     Jones K
10191   BIOL-2010-01         Human Anatomy Physiology       I          4     LEC   MWF         0905-1000am     GLOVER    109     Martin R
10892   BIOL-2010-02         Human Anatomy Physiology       I          4     LEC   MWF         1010-1105am     GLOVER    109     Martin R
10192   BIOL-2010-50         Human Anatomy Physiology       I          0     LAB   T           1245-0245pm     GLOVER    114     Martin R
10729   BIOL-2010-51         Human Anatomy Physiology       I          0     LAB   T           0300-0500pm     GLOVER    114     Martin R
10893   BIOL-2010-52         Human Anatomy Physiology       I          0     LAB   W           1200-0200pm     GLOVER    114     Martin R
10193   BIOL-2020-01         Human Anatomy Physiology       II         4     LEC   MWF         1010-1105am     GLOVER    103A    Jones K
10195   BIOL-2020-02         Human Anatomy Physiology       II         4     LEC   TR          0935-1100am     GLOVER    103A    Wells F
10196   BIOL-2020-03         Human Anatomy Physiology       II         4     LEC   TR          1110-1235pm     GLOVER    103B    Martin R
10198   BIOL-2020-50         Human Anatomy Physiology       II         0     LAB   M           0125-0325pm     GLOVER    114     Jones K
10199   BIOL-2020-51         Human Anatomy Physiology       II         0     LAB   T           1010-1210pm     GLOVER    114     Jones K
10200   BIOL-2020-52         Human Anatomy Physiology       II         0     LAB   R           1245-0245pm     GLOVER    114     Martin R
10201   BIOL-2020-53         Human Anatomy Physiology       II         0     LAB   W           0230-0430pm     GLOVER    114     Flatt J
10204   BIOL-2230-01         Microbiology                              4     LEC   MW          0430-0550pm     GLOVER    103A    Wells F
10205   BIOL-2230-50         Microbiology                              0     LAB   M           0120-0420pm     GLOVER    216     Wells F
10206   BIOL-2230-51         Microbiology                              0     LAB   R           1230-0330pm     GLOVER    216     Wells F
EVENING
10183   BIOL-1110-21         General Biology I                         4     LEC   T           0635-0930pm     GLOVER    109     Jones   K
10184   BIOL-1110-70         General Biology I                         0     LAB   R           0635-0835pm     GLOVER    101     Jones   K
10197   BIOL-2020-21         Human Anatomy Physiology II               4     LEC   M           0635-0930pm     GLOVER    103A    Wells   F
10203   BIOL-2020-70         Human Anatomy Physiology II               0     LAB   W           0635-0835pm     GLOVER    114     Wells   F

BUSINESS
10364  BUS     -110   -01    Introduction to Business                  3     LEC   TR          0800-0925am     GLOVER    211B    Frazier J
10365  BUS     -110   -OL    Introduction to Business                  3     LEC   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA     STAFF
10367  BUS     -201   -OL    Business Law                              3     LEC   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA     STAFF
10368  BUS     -291   -01    Cooperative Educ Work Exp I               3     IND   TBA         TBA             GLOVER    TBA     STAFF
10369  BUS     -292   -01    Cooperative Educ Work Exp II              3     IND   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA     STAFF

CHEMISTRY
10207   CHEM-1110-01        General Chemistry I                        4     LEC TR            1245-0220pm ELLER         239      Hoque A
CHEM 1110 01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10208   CHEM-1110-50        General Chemistry I                        0     LAB T             0230-0520pm GLOVER 216             Hoque A
10209   CHEM-1120-01        General Chemistry II                       4     LEC MW            1115-1240pm ELLER         239      Hoque A
CHEM 1120 01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment
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10210   CHEM-1120-50        General Chemistry II                     0      LAB   W          0230-0520pm     GLOVER    216     Hoque A
10982   CHEM-2020-01        Organic Chemistry II                     4      LEC   MW         1250-0215pm     ELLER     239     STAFF
EVENING
10984   CHEM-2020-70        Organic Chemistry II                     0      LAB   W          0530-0820pm     GLOVER    216     STAFF

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
To enroll in an online CIT course, you are required to have access to Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2007 software (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) and access to the Internet.
Computers with Microsoft Office are available in the Learning Resource Center (LRC) and in the computer labs during open lab times on the Dyersburg campus, at the Gibson County
Center, and the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County.
10400      CIT -111 -01       Introduction to Computers                3    LEC TR            0935-1100am GLOVER 203           Fincher B
10399      CIT -111 -02       Introduction to Computers                3    LEC TR            1245-0210pm GLOVER 107A Fincher B
10397      CIT -111 -HY1 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC W             1115-1240pm GLOVER 107A Fincher B
10995      CIT -111 -HY2 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC W             1250-0210pm GLOVER 107A STAFF
10402      CIT -111 -OL1 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10403      CIT -111 -OL2 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     STAFF
10433      CIT -165 -OL       Spreadsheet Applications                 3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Anderson D
10886      CIT -165 -OL1 Spreadsheet Applications                      3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Anderson D
CIT 165 is Excel 2007.
10411      CIT -170 -01       Prin of Information Assurance            3    LEC MW            0100-0225pm GLOVER TBA           Alford R
10675      CIT -173 -OL       Digital Forensics                        3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Lavieri E
10959      CIT -230 -OL       Systems Design                           3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10406      CIT -251 -01       Software Co-op Education                 3    LAB TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10407      CIT -262 -OL       CCNA 2 Cisco Networking II               3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Alford R
CIT262 OL must be taken with CIT 262 70 Lab (CRN #10408) at the Dyersburg Campus.
10409      CIT -264 -OL       CCNA 4 Cisco Networking IV               3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Alford R
CIT 264 OL must be taken with CIT 264 70 Lab (CRN# 10410) at the Dyersburg Campus.
10693      CIT -280 -OL       Intro to C Plus Plus                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Lavieri E
10413      CIT -290 -OL       Intro to Educational Tech                3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10414      CIT -295 -01       Networking Co-op Education               3    LAB TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
EVENING
10401      CIT -111 -21       Introduction to Computers                3    LEC T             0635-0930pm GLOVER 107A McGuire S
10408      CIT -262 -70       CCNA 2 Cisco Networking II               0    LAB R             0600-0800pm GLOVER TBA           Alford R
10410      CIT -264 -70       CCNA 4 Cisco Networking IV               0    LAB R             0600-0800pm GLOVER TBA           Alford R

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM - MATHEMATICS
10823 DSPM-0700-01 Prealgebra                                        3      LEC MWF         0800-0855am LRC           142     Prewitt K
10824 DSPM-0700-02 Prealgebra                                        3      LEC MWF         0905-1000am MATH          166     Reynolds D
                                                                                MW          0800-0855am MATH          168     Reynolds D
DSPM 0700 02 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10825   DSPM-0700-03      Prealgebra                               3     LEC MWF            1115-1210pm MATH          166     Reynolds D
                                                                                MW          1220-0115pm MATH          167     Reynolds D
DSPM 0700 03 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10104   DSPM-0800-01      Basic Algebra                            3     LEC MWF            0800-0855am MATH          165     Dunn A
                                                                                MW          0905-1000am MATH          168     Dunn A
DSPM 0800 01 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10746   DSPM-0800-02      Basic Algebra                            3     LEC MWF            0905-1000am MATH          165     Prewitt K
10105   DSPM-0800-03      Basic Algebra                            3     LEC MWF            1010-1105am MATH          164     Son S
                                                                                MW          1115-1210pm MATH          168     Son S
DSPM 0800 03 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10106   DSPM-0800-04      Basic Algebra                            3     LEC MWF            1010-1105am MATH          165     Dunn A
                                                                                MW          0905-1000am MATH          167     Dunn A
DSPM 0800 04 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10107   DSPM-0800-05      Basic Algebra                            3     LEC TR             0800-0925am MATH          166     Prewitt K
10108   DSPM-0800-06      Basic Algebra                            3     LEC TR             0935-1100am LRC           142     Collier L
10109   DSPM-0800-07      Basic Algebra                            3     LEC TR             1110-1235pm MATH          166     Reynolds D
                                                                                TR          0105-0200pm MATH          167     Reynolds D
DSPM 0800 07 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10111   DSPM-0850-01      Intermediate Algebra                     3     LEC MWF            0800-0855am MATH          166     Solmon B

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10114     DSPM-0850-02       Intermediate Algebra                      3     LECMWF         0905-1000am MATH          164     Solmon B
                                                                                MW          1010-1105am MATH          167     Solmon B
DSPM 0850 02 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10112   DSPM-0850-03      Intermediate Algebra                     3     LEC MW             1220-0145pm MATH          166     Dunn A
10116   DSPM-0850-04      Intermediate Algebra                     3     LEC TR             0800-0925am MATH          165     Collier L
10117   DSPM-0850-05      Intermediate Algebra                     3     LEC TR             1110-1205pm MATH          168     Adair J
                                                                                TR          0935-1100am MATH          164     Adair J
DSPM 0850 05 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10115   DSPM-0850-06      Intermediate Algebra                     3     LEC TR             1110-1235pm MATH          165     Dunn A
10752   DSPM-0850-07      Intermediate Algebra                     3     LEC TR             1110-1235pm MATH          164     Solmon B
                                                                                TR          0105-0200pm MATH          168     Solmon B
DSPM 0850 07 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
EVENING
10110   DSPM-0800-21      Basic Algebra                            3     LEC TR             0500-0625pm MATH          166     Reynolds D
10118   DSPM-0850-21      Intermediate Algebra                     3     LEC TR             0500-0625pm MATH          164     Prewitt K


DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM - READING
10540 DSPR-0700-01 Reading and Learning                                3     LEC    MW         0125-0250pm      GLOVER    105     Strong   D
10747 DSPR-0800-01 Developmental Reading Improvem                      3     LEC    MWF        0905-1000am      GLOVER    105     Strong   D
10120 DSPR-0800-02 Developmental Reading Improvem                      3     LEC    MWF        1010-1105am      GLOVER    105     Farley   M
10119 DSPR-0800-03 Developmental Reading Improvem                      3     LEC    MW         0125-0250pm      GLOVER    105     Strong   D
10121 DSPR-0800-04 Developmental Reading Improvem                      3     LEC    TR         0935-1100am      GLOVER    105     Farley   M
10122 DSPR-0800-05 Developmental Reading Improvem                      3     LEC    TR         1110-1235pm      GLOVER    105     Farley   M

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM -                WRITING
10123   DSPW-0700-01 Basic Writing                                     3     LEC    MWF        0800-0855am      GLOVER    116     Puckett R
10748   DSPW-0700-02 Basic Writing                                     3     LEC    MWF        0905-1000am      GLOVER    116     Grills K
10125   DSPW-0800-01 Developmental             Writing                 3     LEC    MWF        0905-1000am      GLOVER    200     Franckowiak A
10126   DSPW-0800-02 Developmental             Writing                 3     LEC    MWF        1010-1105am      GLOVER    115     Grills K
10127   DSPW-0800-03 Developmental             Writing                 3     LEC    MWF        1115-1210pm      GLOVER    115     Grills K
10130   DSPW-0800-04 Developmental             Writing                 3     LEC    MW         0125-0250pm      ELLER     241     Grills K
10128   DSPW-0800-05 Developmental             Writing                 3     LEC    TR         0935-1100am      ELLER     241     Maness S
10129   DSPW-0800-06 Developmental             Writing                 3     LEC    TR         1110-1235pm      ELLER     241     Maness S
EVENING
10124   DSPW-0700-21 Basic Writing                                     3     LEC    M          0635-0930pm      GLOVER    105     STAFF
10131   DSPW-0800-21 Developmental             Writing                 3     LEC    M          0635-0930pm      GLOVER    105     STAFF

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (TECTA)
EVENING
10930   ECED-2040-21 Family Dynamics and Community                     3     LEC    T          0635-0930pm      GLOVER    200     King M
10987   ECED-2070-21 Developmental Assessment                          3     LEC    M          0635-0930pm      GLOVER    115     Waldon M
10932   ECED-2085-21 Math and Science Early Chldhoo                    3     LEC    R          0635-0930pm      GLOVER    200     King M
10931   ECED-2120-21 Administr of Child Care Ctrs                      3     LEC    M          0635-0930pm      GLOVER    200     STAFF
10998   ECED-2160-21 Early Childhood Educ                              3     LEC    T          0635-0930pm      GLOVER    200     Williams V

ECONOMICS
10947    ECO -201 -01        Macroeconomics                             3     LEC MWF           0905-1000am ELLER         TBA     Bowen M
10948    ECO -201 -02        Macroeconomics                             3     LEC TR            0935-1100am ELLER         239     Bowen M
ECO 201 02 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10376    ECO -201 -OL        Macroeconomics                             3     LEC TBA           TBA            TBA        TBA     Bowen M
10371    ECO -202 -01        Microeconomics                             3     LEC MWF           1115-1210pm ELLER         TBA     Bowen M
10372    ECO -202 -02        Microeconomics                             3     LEC TR            1110-1235pm ELLER         239     Bowen M
ECO 202 02 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10373    ECO -202 -OL        Microeconomics                             3     LEC TBA           TBA            TBA        TBA     Bowen M



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EDUCATION
10017 EDU -240 -01          Dev of the Exceptional Child              3     LEC   MW         0400-0525pm      GLOVER    105    Coffman A

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (EMT)
10467   EMT -102 -01 Emergency Medical             Tech II            8     LEC   S          0830-0220pm      GYM       122    Fogarty J
10468   EMT -102 -50 Emergency Medical             Tech II            0     LAB   S          0230-0420pm      GYM       122    Fogarty J
EVENING
10469   EMT -102 -21 Emergency Medical             Tech II            8     LEC   TR         0530-0825pm      GYM       122    Featherston K
10470   EMT -102 -70 Emergency Medical             Tech II            0     LAB   TR         0835-0930pm      GYM       122    Featherston K

ENGLISH
10212    ENGL-1010-01       Composition I                            3     LEC MWF         0905-1000am GLOVER 115             Goings C
10213    ENGL-1010-02       Composition I                            3     LEC MWF         1010-1105am GLOVER TBA             Goings C
10214 *ENGL-1010-03         Composition I                            3     LEC MW          1115-1240pm GLOVER 152             Weeks L
10215 *ENGL-1010-04         Composition I                            3     LEC MW          0125-0250pm GLOVER 200             Weeks L
10216    ENGL-1010-05       Composition I                            3     LEC TR          0800-0925am GLOVER 200             Franckowiak A
10217 *ENGL-1010-06         Composition I                            3     LEC TR          0935-1100am GLOVER TBA             Wall V
10727 *ENGL-1010-07         Composition I                            3     LEC TR          1110-1235pm GLOVER TBA             Wall V
10310    ENGL-1010-OL       Composition I                            3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks L
Students enrolled in ENGL 1010 OL are required to complete a writing assessment in person during the first week of school. Students will receive information from the instructor about this
assessment. Students who do not complete the assessment will be dropped from the course. Exams for this course are taken on site.
10219 *ENGL-1020-01         Composition II                           3     LEC MWF         0905-1000am GLOVER TBA             Wall V
10220    ENGL-1020-02       Composition II                           3     LEC MW          1115-1240pm GLOVER 200             Franckowiak A
10221    ENGL-1020-03       Composition II                           3     LEC MW          0125-0250pm GLOVER TBA             Goings C
10871    ENGL-1020-04       Composition II                           3     LEC TR          1110-1235pm GLOVER TBA             Goings C
10919    ENGL-1020-05       Composition II                           3     LEC TR          1245-0210pm GLOVER 103A Northcutt W
10226    ENGL-2310-01       World Literature I                       3     LEC TR          0935-1100am GLOVER 103A Northcutt W
10228 *ENGL-2310-OL         World Literature I                       3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks L
ENGL 2310 OL: Students must come to campus twice during the semester to take proctored exams.
10231 *ENGL-2320-01         World Literature II                      3     LEC MWF         1010-1105am GLOVER TBA             Wall V
10232 *ENGL-2320-02         World Literature II                      3     LEC MWF         1115-1210pm GLOVER TBA             Wall V
10754 *ENGL-2320-OL         World Literature II                      3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks
ENGL 2320 OL: Students must come to campus twice during the semester to take proctored exams.
EVENING
10557    ENGL-1010-21       Composition I                            3     LEC TR          0500-0625pm GLOVER 115             Goings C
10224    ENGL-1020-21       Composition II                           3     LEC TR          0500-0625pm GLOVER 103B Northcutt W

FINANCE
10378  FIN -101 -OL         Personal Finance                          3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Ballard L

HEALTH
10021  HED -101 -01         Personal Health                           3     LEC   TR         0800-0925am      GLOVER    103A   Holt M

HISTORY
10928 *HIST-1120-01         World Civilization II                     3     LEC   MWF        0800-0855am      GLOVER    218    Strong D
10236 *HIST-2010-01         American History I                        3     LEC   TR         0800-0925am      GLOVER    218    Clifft J
10338  HIST-2010-OL         American History I                        3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bernier K
10240 *HIST-2020-01         American History II                       3     LEC   MWF        0905-1000am      GLOVER    218    Clifft J
10241 *HIST-2020-02         American History II                       3     LEC   MWF        1010-1105am      GLOVER    218    Clifft J
10242 *HIST-2020-03         American History II                       3     LEC   MWF        1115-1210pm      GLOVER    218    Clifft J
10243 *HIST-2020-04         American History II                       3     LEC   TR         0935-1100am      GLOVER    218    Clifft J
10250  HIST-2020-OL         American History II                       3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bernier K

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
To enroll in any HIT online course, you must have access to a computer, a microphone, and the professional version of Microsoft Office with Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. HIT
courses require typing/keyboarding skills, computer and/or word processing skills, and the use of e-mail. Computers with Microsoft Office are available in the Learning Resource

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Center (LRC) and in the computer labs during open lab times on the Dyersburg campus, at the Gibson County Center, and at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County.
HIT online classes will not be available until the schedule date for classes to begin.
10786     HIT -1010-01        Medical Terminology                        3      LEC TR      0935-1100am GLOVER 107A Stanley E
10784     HIT -1010-OL1 Medical Terminology                              3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Tillman B
10785     HIT -1010-OL2 Medical Terminology                              3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Tillman B
10869     HIT -1010-OL3 Medical Terminology                              3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Tillman B
10834     HIT -1011-OL        Intro to Health Info Tech                  3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Burt G
10835     HIT -1120-OL        Fund of Disease Processes                  4      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      STAFF
10387     HIT -204 -01        Directed Practice for Coding               1      LAB TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Edwards A
10792     HIT -2110-OL        Mgmt and Supervis in Hlth Info             3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Osborne S
10941     HIT -2120-OL        Healthcare Statistics and Repo             3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Osborne S
10793     HIT -2130-OL        Coding and Classifica Syst II              3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      STAFF
10794     HIT -2140-01        Professional Practice Exp I                3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Edwards A
10798     HIT -2240-01        Professional Practice Exp II               3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Edwards A
10795     HIT -2210-OL        Healthcare Quality Management              3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Neil A
10796     HIT -2220-OL        HealthCare Reimbursement Metho             4      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Osborne S
10797     HIT -2230-OL        Adv Coding and Classification              3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Stanley E
10799     HIT -2250-OL        Seminar in Health Infor Techno             3      LEC TBA     TBA           TBA       TBA      Osborne S

JUSTICE SERVICES TECHNOLOGY
10389  JST -113 -OL  Criminal Evidence and Procedur                3     LEC   TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Bamwine   P
10390  JST -218 -OL  Criminology                                   3     LEC   TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Bamwine   P
10391  JST -291 -01  Cooperative Educ Work Exp I                   3     IND   TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Bamwine   P
10392  JST -292 -01  Cooperative Educ Work Exp II                  3     IND   TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Bamwine   P

MANAGEMENT
10942 MGT -101 -OL         Introduction to Management              3     LEC   TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Ballard L
10394 MGT -102 -OL         Human Relations                         3     LEC   TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    McGuire S

MARKETING
10415 MKT -101 -OL         Intro to Marketing                      3     LEC   TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Ballard L

MATHEMATICS
10741   MATH-1020-01       Math for Allied Health                  2     LEC   MW         0330-0505pm     MATH      165    Rainey V
10742   MATH-1020-02       Math for Allied Health                  2     LEC   TR         0330-0505pm     MATH      165    Rainey V
10025   MATH-1420-01       Concepts of Modern Math II              3     LEC   TR         0935-1100am     MATH      165    Dunn A
10743   MATH-1530-01       Elementary Prob and Statistics          3     LEC   MW         1245-0210pm     MATH      165    Rainey V
10026   MATH-1530-02       Elementary Prob and Statistics          3     LEC   TR         0935-1100am     MATH      166    Reynolds D
10168   MATH-1710-01       College Algebra                         3     LEC   MWF        0800-0855am     MATH      164    Son S
10170   MATH-1710-02       College Algebra                         3     LEC   MW         1220-0145pm     MATH      164    Son S
10171   MATH-1710-03       College Algebra                         3     LEC   TR         0800-0925am     MATH      164    Adair J
10172   MATH-1710-04       College Algebra                         3     LEC   TR         0935-1100am     GLOVER    152    Solmon B
10029   MATH-1830-01       Elementary Calculus                     3     LEC   MW         0110-0235pm     GLOVER    152    Solmon B
EVENING
10912   MATH-1710-21       College Algebra                         3     LEC   MW         0500-0625pm     MATH      164    Robertson W

MUSIC
CLASSES AND ENSEMBLES
10031   MUS -1020-01  Music Theory and Harmony II                  4     LEC   TR         1005-1100am     GYM       182    Feather   C
10031   MUS -1020-01  Music Theory and Harmony II                  4     LEC   MWF        1115-1210pm     GYM       182    Feather   C
10061   MUS -2020-01  Adv Theory and Harmony II                    4     LEC   TR         1115-1210pm     GYM       182    Feather   C
10061   MUS -2020-01  Adv Theory and Harmony II                    4     LEC   MWF        1220-0115pm     GYM       182    Feather   C
10062   MUS -2120-01  Masterpieces of Music II                     3     LEC   MW         0125-0250pm     GYM       182    Feather   C
EVENING
10058   MUS -182 -21  Chorus                                       1     MUP   R          0700-0900pm     GYM       182    Speck R
10060   MUS -194 -21  Orchestra                                    1     MUP   M          0700-0900pm     GYM       182    Feather C


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APPLIED MUSIC
The Dyersburg State Music Department offers private music lessons of 30 minutes (1 credit hour) and private lessons of 60 minutes (2 credit hours) in Voice and in the following
instruments: Bassoon, Cello, Clarinet, Euphonium, Flute, French Horn, Guitar, Oboe, Organ, Percussion, Percussion Ensemble, Piano, Saxophone, String Bass, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba,
and Violin.
To enroll in any of these classes, please contact Dr. Carol Feather, Professor of Music (731-286-3256 or feather@dscc.edu) before attempting enrollment.
If you desire a 30-minute (1 credit hour) private lesson, enroll in an odd-numbered section (01, 03, 05). There is an additional $60 course fee for a 30-minute lesson. If you desire a 60-minute
(2 credit hours) private lesson, enroll in an even-numbered section (02, 04, 06). There is an additional $120 course fee for a 60-minute lesson.

NURSING
Only students who have been accepted into the Nursing Program may enroll in NUR courses.
10976    NUR -101 -50     Transitions to Nursing Care I           0      LAB S                  0700-0100pm      TBA       TBA     Burroughs P
10977    NUR -101 -51     Transitions to Nursing Care I           0      LAB S                  0700-0100pm      TBA       TBA     STAFF
10472    NUR -112 -01     Nursing Care I                          10     LEC MW                 0900-1210pm      GLOVER    204     Richardson T
10472    NUR -112 -01     Nursing Care I                          10     LEC MW                 0900-1210pm      GLOVER    204     Chalk K
10473    NUR -112 -50     Nursing Care I                          0      LAB TBA                TBA              TBA       TBA     Chalk K
10477    NUR -112 -51     Nursing Care I                          0      LAB TBA                TBA              TBA       TBA     Davis C
10478    NUR -112 -52     Nursing Care I                          0      LAB TBA                TBA              TBA       TBA     Richardson T
10479    NUR -112 -53     Nursing Care I                          0      LAB TBA                TBA              TBA       TBA     Wortman M
10480    NUR -112 -54     Nursing Care I                          0      LAB TBA                TBA              TBA       TBA     STAFF
10774    NUR -113 -01     Introduction to Pharmacology            2      LEC M                  0100-0300pm      GLOVER    204     Johnson A
10978    NUR -113 -21     Introduction to Pharmacology            2      LEC T                  0710-0900am      GLOVER    204     Hughes L
10482    NUR -212 -01     Nursing Care III                        10     LEC MW                 0900-1210pm      GLOVER    211B    Seratt G
10482    NUR -212 -01     Nursing Care III                        10     LEC MW                 0900-1210pm      GLOVER    211B    Johnson A
10483    NUR -212 -50     Nursing Care III                        0      LAB TBA                TBA              TBA       TBA     Seratt G
10485    NUR -212 -51     Nursing Care III                        0      LAB TBA                TBA              TBA       TBA     Johnson A
10486    NUR -212 -52     Nursing Care III                        0      LAB R                  TBA              TBA       TBA     Malone M
10733    NUR -212 -53     Nursing Care III                        0      LAB TR                 TBA              TBA       TBA     Britt M
10487    NUR -213 -01     Dimensions of Practice                  2      LEC M                  0100-0300pm      GLOVER    211B    Sigman F

EVENING
10974   NUR -100 -21         Introduction to Nursing                    2     LEC    T          0500-0700pm      GLOVER    204     Burroughs P
10975   NUR -101 -21         Transitions to Nursing Care I              5     LEC    R          0500-0800pm      GLOVER    204     Burroughs P

ORIENTATION: LEARNING TO SUCCEED
ORN 1010 is required for all students who placed in DSPS 0800. ORN 1010 will fulfill the DSP requirement for DSPS 0800. In addition, ORN 1010 is recommended for all degree-seeking
freshmen who begin their college experience at Dyersburg State Community College and for all degree-seeking transfer students who have not earned any college-level hours.
10664    ORN -1010-01         Orientation: Learn to Succeed         3    LEC MWF              0905-1000am GLOVER 116          Farley M
10666    ORN -1010-02         Orientation: Learn to Succeed         3    LEC MWF              1010-1105am GLOVER 116          DeJesus R
10665    ORN -1010-03         Orientation: Learn to Succeed         3    LEC MWF              1115-1210pm GLOVER 105          Farley M
10667    ORN -1010-04         Orientation: Learn to Succeed         3    LEC TR               0935-1100am GLOVER 200          Garcia Z
10668    ORN -1010-05         Orientation: Learn to Succeed         3    LEC TR               1110-1235pm GLOVER 105          Sullivan T
EVENING
10669    ORN -1010-21         Orientation: Learn to Succeed         3    LEC T                0635-0930pm GLOVER 105          White G

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Only students 60 years and older may audit physical activity classes. Students may take any physical education activity course for Pass/Fail rather than a letter grade by giving written
notification to the Office of Admissions and Records no later than January 19, 2011.
10064      PHED-1010-01        Bowling                                 1     PEA TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA    Cherry F
10762      PHED-1040-01        Aerobics                                1     PEA MW            0700-0755am GYM          153    Hepler C
10066      PHED-1050-01        Basketball                              1     PEA TR            1110-1205pm GYM          109    Barnett A
10067      PHED-1060-01        Volleyball                              1     PEA MW            1115-1210pm GYM          109    Barnett A
10068      PHED-1130-01        Weight Training                         1     PEA MW            0125-0220pm GYM          114    Barnett A
10069      PHED-2010-01        Varsity Baseball                        1     PEA TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA    Barnett A
Only varsity athletes may register for PHED 2010. This course is Pass/Fail only.
10070      PHED-2020-01        Varsity Basketball                      1     PEA TBA           TBA             GYM      109    Barnett A
Only varsity athletes may register for PHED 2020. This course is Pass/Fail only. Section 1 = Men; Section 2 = Women.
10071      PHED-2020-02        Varsity Basketball                      1     PEA TBA           TBA             GYM      109    Barnett A
Only varsity athletes may register for PHED 2020. This course is Pass/Fail only.
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10072     PHED-2030-01       Varsity Cheerleading                     1      PEA TBA     TBA             GYM              153     Barnett A
Only those who have been selected as DSCC cheerleaders may register for PHED 2030. This course is Pass/Fail only.
10073     PHED-2040-01       Varsity Softball                         1      PEA TBA     TBA             TBA              TBA     Barnett A
Only varsity athletes may register for PHED 2040. This course is Pass/Fail only.
EVENING
10063     PED -203 -21       Sports Officiating                       2      LEC T       0635-0835pm GYM                  152     STAFF
10074     PHED-2070-21       Wellness and Physical Act I              2      LEC M       0500-0555pm GYM                  122     Cupples R
10075     PHED-2070-70       Wellness and Physical Act I              0      LAB M       0605-0700pm GYM                  144     Cupples R
PHED 2070 is Pass/Fail only. PHED 2070 lab must be taken with the lecture.

PHILOSOPHY
10556  PHIL-1030-01          Introduction to Philosophy                3     LEC    TR         0300-0425pm      GLOVER    152     Tilly D
10874  PHIL-1030-02          Introduction to Philosophy                3     LEC    MWF        1010-1105am      GLOVER    103B    Tilly D

PHYSICS
10078  PHYS-2020-01          General Physics II                        4     LEC    TR         0230-0355pm      ELLER     239     Maasho A
10079  PHYS-2020-50          General Physics II                        0     LAB    W          1115-0215pm      GLOVER    111     Maasho A
10080  POL -201 -21          Fund of American Natl Govt                3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Ferrell C

PSYCHOLOGY
10251 *PSY -110      -01     General Psychology I                      3     LEC    MWF        0905-1000am      ELLER     238     Ausbrooks   E
10252 *PSY -110      -02     General Psychology I                      3     LEC    MWF        1010-1105am      ELLER     238     Ausbrooks   E
10253 *PSY -110      -03     General Psychology I                      3     LEC    MWF        1220-0115pm      ELLER     238     Ausbrooks   E
10884  PSY -110      -04     General Psychology I                      3     LEC    TR         1110-1235pm      LRC       142     Rainey V
10254  PSY -110      -OL     General Psychology I                      3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Nasso D
10891  PSY -110      -OL2    General Psychology I                      3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Nasso D
10258 *PSY -120      -01     General Psychology II                     3     LEC    MWF        1115-1210pm      ELLER     238     Ausbrooks   E
10259  PSY -120      -OL     General Psychology II                     3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Nasso D
10261  PSY -230      -01     Developmental Psychology                  3     LEC    MWF        0905-1000am      LRC       142     Rainey V
10262  PSY -230      -02     Developmental Psychology                  3     LEC    MWF        1115-1210pm      LRC       142     Rainey V
10263 *PSY -230      -03     Developmental Psychology                  3     LEC    TR         0935-1100am      ELLER     238     Ausbrooks   E
10264  PSY -230      -OL     Developmental Psychology                  3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Nasso D

EVENING
10990   PSY -230 -21         Developmental Psychology                  3     LEC    T          0635-0930pm      GLOVER    152     Pennington B

SOCIOLOGY
10087 *SOC -201 -01          Principles of Sociology                    3      LEC MWF          1115-1210pm GYM           122     Vories C
10088 *SOC -201 -02          Principles of Sociology                    3      LEC TR           0935-1100am GYM           122     Vories C
10335    SOC -201 -OL        Principles of Sociology                    3      LEC TBA          TBA            TBA        TBA     Wolfe S
10089 *SOC -203 -01          Social Problems                            3      LEC TR           0405-0530pm ELLER         239     Vories C
SOC 203 01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10090 *SOC -210 -01          Marriage and the Family                    3      LEC MWF          1220-0115pm GYM           122     Vories C

SPANISH
10828  SPAN-1020-01          Beginning Spanish II                      3     LEC    TR         1110-1235pm      GLOVER    200     Garcia Z

SPEECH
10268    SPE -231 -01      Fundamentals of Speech                      3     LEC    MWF        0905-1000am      GYM       182     Feather C
10269    SPE -231 -02      Fundamentals of Speech                      3     LEC    MWF        1010-1105am      GYM       182     Feather C
10270    SPE -231 -03      Fundamentals of Speech                      3     LEC    MW         1115-1240pm      GYM       152     Lewis M
10271    SPE -231 -04      Fundamentals of Speech                      3     LEC    TR         1110-1235pm      GYM       152     Lewis M
10895    SPE -231 -05      Fundamentals of Speech                      3     LEC    TR         0935-1100am      GYM       152     Lewis M
10272    SPE -231 -OL      Fundamentals of Speech                      3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Lewis M
SPE 231 OL requires access to a video camera and PowerPoint.



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THEATRE
10094 THE -145 -01          Perf Theatre Lab I                        2     STU   TBA        TBA              CAB       AUDI   Lewis   M
10095 THE -146 -01          Perf Theatre Lab II                       1     STU   TBA        TBA              CAB       AUDI   Lewis   M
10096 THE -155 -01          Technical Theatre Lab I                   2     STU   TBA        TBA              CAB       AUDI   Lewis   M
10097 THE -156 -01          Technical Theatre Lab II                  1     STU   TBA        TBA              CAB       AUDI   Lewis   M
10098 THE -235 -01          Acting I                                  3     LEC   MWF        0905-1000am      GYM       153    Lewis   M
10099 THE -236 -01          Acting II                                 3     LEC   MWF        0905-1000am      GYM       153    Lewis   M
10100 THEA-1030-01          Introduction to Theatre                   3     LEC   TR         1245-0210pm      GYM       152    Lewis   M
10726 THEA-1030-02          Introduction to Theatre                   3     LEC   MW         0125-0250pm      GYM       152    Lewis   M




                                               DSCC GIBSON COUNTY CENTER
                                                                                        
Regular registration will be held at the DSCC Gibson County Campus on January 4, 2011 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. For more information about classes in Gibson County, call 731-855-1419.

Tennessee state employees wishing to use the Public Higher Education Fee Waiver for employees of the State of Tennessee and TBR/UT employees wishing to use the PC191 can register
no earlier than four weeks prior to the first day of classes.

ONLINE COURSES REQUIRE THE USE OF THE INTERNET AND ARE ONLY RECOMMENDED FOR STUDENTS WITH EXCELLENT STUDY HABITS AND READY ACCESS TO THE INTERNET.
ONLINE COURSES ARE NOT SELF-PACED, AND STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE WORK BY DUE DATES GIVEN IN THE COURSE SCHEDULE. BEFORE REGISTERING FOR AN ONLINE
COURSE, STUDENTS SHOULD READ THE COURSE SYLLABUS, LOCATED AT http://www.dscc.edu/syllabi. GO TO http://elearn.dscc.edu TO LOG INTO COURSES AND TO ACCESS
ONLINE LEARNING TUTORIALS. ONLINE CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 13. STUDENTS SHOULD LOG IN ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Course numbers preceded by an asterisk (*) indicate that the course may be taken as a regular class or Honors option with instructor approval.

CRN   COURSE                 TITLE                      CREDIT             TYP DAYS          TIME            BLDG     ROOM         INSTRUCTOR
ACCOUNTING – GIBSON         COUNTY
10342 ACC -101 -OL          Principles of Accounting I     3                LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Ballard L
10420 ACC -102 -OL          Principles of Accounting II    3                LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Ballard L

AGRICULTURE – GIBSON COUNTY
10994    AGRI-1020-G01 Intro to Agricultural Business                  3    LEC MW           0225-0350pm GCC            112    Sullivan T
AGRI 1020 G01 will be delivered via interactive television connection between Dyersburg, Covington, and Trenton.
10954    AGRI-1040-G01 Intro Soil & Plant Science                      3    LEC MW           1250-0215pm GCC            112    Sullivan T
AGRI 1040 G01 will be delivered via interactive television connection between Dyersburg, Covington, and Trenton.

ALLIED HEALTH – GIBSON COUNTY – GIBSON COUNTY
10800   ALH -1000-OL Careers in Healthcare                            3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Osborne S

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE SUPPORT – GIBSON COUNTY
10350    AOS -100 -G01 Micro Keyboarding Concepts                     3     LEC   W          1110-0205pm      GCC       108    Jones J
10354    AOS -108 -G01 Word                                           3     LEC   W          1110-0205pm      GCC       108    Jones J
10357    AOS -108 -OL      Word                                       3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Hendrix J
AOS 108 OL requires access to WORD 2007.
10435    AOS -110 -OL      PowerPoint                                 3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Hendrix J
10422    AOS -209 -G01 Advanced Word                                  3     LEC   W          1110-0205pm      GCC       108    Jones J
10423    AOS -209 -OL      Advanced Word                              3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Hendrix J
10362    AOS -221 -OL      Bus and Office Communicatio                3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Hudson B
10438    AOS -250 -OL      Desktop Publishing                         3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Hendrix J
10424    AOS -274 -OL      Administrative Applied Office              3     LAB   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    STAFF

BIOLOGY – GIBSON COUNTY
10285  BIOL-1120-G01 General Biology II                               4     LEC   MW         0100-0225pm      GCC       123    Williams B
10286  BIOL-1120-G50 General Biology II                               0     LAB   M          0235-0435pm      GCC       123    Williams B
10291  BIOL-2020-G01 Human Anatomy Physiology II                      4     LEC   TR         0100-0225pm      GCC       123    Flatt J
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10292    BIOL-2020-G50      Human Anatomy Physiology II              0      LAB    R         0235-0435pm     GCC       123     Flatt J

BUSINESS – GIBSON COUNTY
10365  BUS -110 -OL  Introduction to Business                        3      LEC    TBA       TBA             TBA       TBA     STAFF
10367  BUS -201 -OL  Business Law                                    3      LEC    TBA       TBA             TBA       TBA     STAFF
10425  BUS -291 -G01 Cooperative Educ Work Exp I                     3      IND    TBA       TBA             TBA       TBA     STAFF
10426  BUS -292 -G01 Cooperative Educ Work Exp II                    3      IND    TBA       TBA             TBA       TBA     STAFF

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – GIBSON COUNTY
To enroll in an online CIT course, you are required to have access to Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2007 software (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) and access to the Internet.
Computers with Microsoft Office are available in the Learning Resource Center (LRC) and in the computer labs during open lab times on the Dyersburg campus, at the Gibson County
Center, and the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County.
10402      CIT -111 -OL1 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10403      CIT -111 -OL2 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     STAFF
10433      CIT -165 -OL       Spreadsheet Applications                 3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Anderson D
10886      CIT -165 -OL1 Spreadsheet Applications                      3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Anderson D
CIT 165 is Excel 2007.
10675      CIT -173 -OL       Digital Forensics                        3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Lavieri E
10959      CIT -230 -OL       Systems Design                           3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10434      CIT -251 -G01 Software Co-op Education                      3    LAB TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10407      CIT -262 -OL       CCNA 2 Cisco Networking II               3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Alford R
CIT262 OL must be taken with CIT 262 70 Lab (CRN #10408) at the Dyersburg campus.
10409      CIT -264 -OL       CCNA 4 Cisco Networking IV               3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Alford R
CIT 264 OL must be taken with CIT 264 70 Lab (CRN# 10410) at the Dyersburg campus.
10693      CIT -280 -OL       Intro to C Plus Plus                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Lavieri E
10413      CIT -290 -OL       Intro to Educational Tech                3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
EVENING
10431      CIT -111 -G21 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC M             0535-0830pm GCC          108     STAFF

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM – MATHEMATICS – GIBSON COUNTY
10165   DSPM-0700-G01 Prealgebra                                  3     LEC MWF             0800-0855am GCC          114      Adair J
                                                                               MW           0905-1000am GCC          113      Adair J
DSPM 0700 G01 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10909   DSPM-0800-G01 Basic Algebra                               3     LEC TR              0800-0925am GCC          114      Son S
                                                                               TR           0935-1030am GCC          113      Son S
DSPM 0800 G01 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10166   DSPM-0800-G02 Basic Algebra                               3     LEC TR              1110-1235pm GCC          114      Son S
10908   DSPM-0850-G01 Intermediate Algebra                        3     LEC MWF             1010-1105am GCC          114      Adair J
                                                                               MW           1115-1210pm GCC          113      Adair J
DSPM 0850 G01 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM – READING – GIBSON COUNTY
EVENING
10134   DSPR-0800-G21 Developmental Reading Improvem 3 LEC                         TR        0635-0800pm     GCC       112     Reed N

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM – WRITING – GIBSON COUNTY
10135   DSPW-0700-G01 Basic Writing               3  LEC                           MW        0125-0250pm     GCC       112     Maness S
10137   DSPW-0800-G01 Developmental Writing       3  LEC                           MW        0125-0250pm     GCC       112     Maness S
EVENING
10136   DSPW-0700-G21 Basic Writing               3  LEC                           M         0635-0930pm     GCC       112     Maness S
10138   DSPW-0800-G21 Developmental Writing       3  LEC                           M         0635-0930pm     GCC       112     Maness S

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (TECTA) – GIBSON COUNTY
EVENING
10934   ECED-1010-G21 Intro to Early Childhood Edu 2                      LEC     MW        0500-0600pm     GCC       TBA    Glover B
10933   ECED-2015-G21 Early Childhood Curriculum   3                      LEC     M         0635-0930pm     GCC       TBA    Glover B

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ECONOMICS – GIBSON COUNTY
10376 ECO -201 -OL  Macroeconomics                                    3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bowen M
10373 ECO -202 -OL  Microeconomics                                    3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bowen M

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (EMT) – GIBSON COUNTY
EVENING
10488   EMT -102 -G21 Emergency Medical Tech II 8                           LEC   TR         0530-0825pm      GCC       123    Melton A
10489   EMT -102 -G70 Emergency Medical Tech II 0                           LAB   TR         0835-0930pm      GCC       123    Melton A

ENGLISH – GIBSON COUNTY
10310    ENGL-1010-OL       Composition I                            3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks L
Students enrolled in ENGL 1010 OL are required to complete a writing assessment in person during the first week of school. Students will receive information from the instructor about this
assessment. Students who do not complete the assessment will be dropped from the course. Exams for this course are taken on site.
10311    ENGL-1020-G01 Composition II                                3     LEC MWF         0800-0855am GCC             115    Northcutt W
10939    ENGL-1020-G02 Composition II                                3     LEC MWF         0800-0855am GCC             TBA    Clark M
10339    ENGL-1020-G03 Composition II                                3     LEC MWF         0905-1000am GCC             115    Clark M
10940    ENGL-1020-G04 Composition II                                3     LEC MWF         1010-1105am GCC             TBA    Clark M
10985    ENGL-2310-G01 World Literature I                            3     LEC MWF         1010-1105am TBA             TBA    Northcutt W
10228    ENGL-2310-OL       World Literature I                       3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks L
ENGL 2310 OL: Students must come to campus twice during the semester to take proctored exams.
10754    ENGL-2320-OL       World Literature II                      3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks
ENGL 2320 OL: Students must come to campus twice during the semester to take proctored exams.
EVENING
10306    ENGL-1010-G21 Composition I                                 3     LEC M           0530-0830pm GCC             TBA    Wardlow W

FINANCE – GIBSON COUNTY
10378  FIN -101 -OL  Personal Finance                                 3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Ballard L

HISTORY – GIBSON COUNTY
10338   HIST-2010-OL  American History I                              3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bernier K
10250   HIST-2020-OL  American History II                             3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bernier K
EVENING
10246   HIST-2020-G21 American History II                             3     LEC   T          0500-0800pm      GCC       129    Bernier K

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – GIBSON COUNTY
To enroll in any HIT online course, you must have access to a computer, a microphone, and the professional version of Microsoft Office with Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. HIT
courses require typing/keyboarding skills, computer and/or word processing skills, and the use of e-mail. Computers with Microsoft Office are available in the Learning Resource
Center (LRC) and in the computer labs during open lab times on the Dyersburg campus, at the Gibson County Center, and at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County.
HIT online classes will not be available until the schedule date for classes to begin.
10784      HIT -1010-OL1 Medical Terminology                             3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Tillman B
10785      HIT -1010-OL2 Medical Terminology                             3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Tillman B
10869      HIT -1010-OL3 Medical Terminology                             3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Tillman B
10834      HIT -1011-OL       Intro to Health Info Tech                  3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Burt G
10835      HIT -1120-OL       Fund of Disease Processes                  4      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    STAFF
10792      HIT -2110-OL       Mgmt and Supervis in Hlth Info             3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Osborne S
10941      HIT -2120-OL       Healthcare Statistics and Repo             3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Osborne S
10793      HIT -2130-OL       Coding and Classifica Syst II              3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    STAFF
10795      HIT -2210-OL       Healthcare Quality Management              3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Neil A
10796      HIT -2220-OL       HealthCare Reimbursement Metho             4      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Osborne S
10797      HIT -2230-OL       Adv Coding and Classification              3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Stanley E
10799      HIT -2250-OL       Seminar in Health Infor Techno             3      LEC TBA      TBA             TBA       TBA    Osborne S

JUSTICE SERVICES TECHNOLOGY – GIBSON COUNTY
10997  JST -111 –G21  Criminal Law                                    3     LEC   M          0635-0930pm      GCC       TBA    Agee M
10389  JST -113 -OL  Criminal Evidence and Procedur                   3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bamwine P
10390  JST -218 -OL  Criminology                                      3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bamwine P

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10428    JST -291 -G01      Cooperative Educ Work Exp I              3     IND    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Bamwine P
10429    JST -292 -G01      Cooperative Educ Work Exp II             3     IND    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Bamwine P

MANAGEMENT – GIBSON COUNTY
10942 MGT -101 -OL Introduction to Management                        3     LEC    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Ballard L
10394 MGT -102 -OL Human Relations                                   3     LEC    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    McGuire S

MARKETING – GIBSON COUNTY
10415 MKT -101 -OL  Intro to Marketing                               3     LEC    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Ballard L

MATHEMATICS – GIBSON COUNTY
10164 MATH-1710-G01 College Algebra                                  3     LEC    MW         0100-0225pm     GCC       114    Adair J

ORIENTATION: LEARNING TO SUCCEED – GIBSON COUNTY
ORN 1010 is required for all students who placed in DSPS 0800. ORN 1010 will fulfill the DSP requirement for DSPS 0800. In addition, ORN 1010 is recommended for all degree-seeking
freshmen who begin their college experience at Dyersburg State Community College and for all degree-seeking transfer students who have not earned any college-level hours.
EVENING
10670    ORN -1010-G21 Orientation: Learn to Succeed                3    LEC TR               0500-0625pm GCC          112    Reed N

PHILOSOPHY – GIBSON COUNTY
10929  PHIL-1030-G01 Introduction to Philosophy                      3     LEC    T          0300-0600pm     GCC       TBA    Drum G

PSYCHOLOGY – GIBSON         COUNTY
10254 PSY -110 -OL          General Psychology I                     3     LEC    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Nasso D
10891 PSY -110 -OL2         General Psychology I                     3     LEC    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Nasso D
10832 PSY -120 -G01         General Psychology II                    3     LEC    TR         0730-0900am     GCC       115    Griggs J
10999 PSY -120 -G02         General Psychology II                    3     LEC    TR         0200-0330pm     GCC       115    Griggs J
10259 PSY -120 -OL          General Psychology II                    3     LEC    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Nasso D
10264 PSY -230 -OL          Developmental Psychology                 3     LEC    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Nasso D

SOCIOLOGY – GIBSON COUNTY
10335    SOC -201 -OL       Principles of Sociology                    3    LEC TBA          TBA            TBA        TBA    Wolfe S
10986    SOC -203 -G01 Social Problems                                 3    LEC TR           0405-0530pm GCC           112    Vories C
SOC 203 G01 will be delivered via interactive television connection between Dyersburg, Covington, and Trenton.


SPEECH – GIBSON COUNTY
10272    SPE -231 -OL      Fundamentals of Speech                    3     LEC    TBA        TBA             TBA       TBA    Lewis M
SPE 231 OL requires access to a video camera and PowerPoint.
EVENING
10273    SPE -231 -G21 Fundamentals of Speech                        3     LEC    T          0635-0930pm     GCC       113    Drum G




                              DSCC JIMMY NAIFEH CENTER – TIPTON COUNTY
Regular registration will be held at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County on January 6, 2011, from 10:00 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. For more Information about Tipton County classes,
call (901) 475-3100.

Tennessee state employees wishing to use the Public Higher Education Fee Waiver for employees of the State of Tennessee and TBR/UT employees wishing to use the PC191 can register
no earlier than four weeks prior to the first day of classes.


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ONLINE COURSES REQUIRE THE USE OF THE INTERNET AND ARE ONLY RECOMMENDED FOR STUDENTS WITH EXCELLENT STUDY HABITS AND READY ACCESS TO THE INTERNET.
ONLINE COURSES ARE NOT SELF-PACED, AND STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE WORK BY DUE DATES GIVEN IN THE COURSE SCHEDULE. BEFORE REGISTERING FOR AN ONLINE
COURSE, STUDENTS SHOULD READ THE COURSE SYLLABUS, LOCATED AT http://www.dscc.edu/syllabi. GO TO http://elearn.dscc.edu TO LOG INTO COURSES AND TO ACCESS
ONLINE LEARNING TUTORIALS. ONLINE CLASSES WILL BEGIN JANUARY 13. STUDENTS SHOULD LOG IN ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Course numbers preceded by an asterisk (*) indicate that the course may be taken as a regular class or Honors option with instructor approval.


CRN     COURSE               TITLE                       CREDIT             TYP DAYS           TIME            BLDG     ROOM          INSTRUCTOR
ACCOUNTING – TIPTON         COUNTY
10342   ACC -101 -OL         Principles of Accounting I     3                LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA      Ballard L
10421   ACC -102 -J01        Principles of Accounting II    3                LEC    MWF        1115-1210pm      JNCB      B136     Ballard L
10420   ACC -102 -OL         Principles of Accounting II    3                LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA      Ballard L
EVENING
10801   ACC -102 -J21        Principles of Accounting II               3     LEC    T          0635-0930pm      JNCB      B136     Ballard L
10943   ACC -221 -J21        Cost Accounting                           3     LEC    T          0500-0625pm      TBA       TBA      Ballard L
10945   ACC -255 -J21        Certified Bookkeeper Review               3     LEC    R          0500-0625pm      TBA       TBA      Ballard L

AGRICULTURE – TIPTON COUNTY
10993    AGRI-1020-J01 Intro to Agricultural Business                  3      LEC MW            0225-0350pm TBA           TBA     Sullivan T
AGRI 1020 J01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10955    AGRI-1040-J01 Intro Soil & Plant Science                      3      LEC MW            1225-0215pm JNCA          A109 Sullivan T
AGRI 1040 J01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10950    AGRI-2010-J01 Career Planning in Agriculture                  2      LEC R             0200-0355pm TBA           TBA     Sullivan T
10949    AGRI-2040-J01 Intro to Pesticides                             1      LEC R             0100-0150pm TBA           TBA     Sullivan T

ALLIED HEALTH – TIPTON COUNTY
10800   ALH -1000-OL Careers in Healthcare                             3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA      Osborne S

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE SUPPORT – TIPTON COUNTY
10355    AOS -108 -J01 Word                                            3     LEC    R          1245-0340pm      JNCA      A141-C STAFF
10357    AOS -108 -OL      Word                                        3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA   Hendrix J
AOS 108 OL requires access to WORD 2007.
10435    AOS -110 -OL      PowerPoint                                  3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA      Hendrix J
10423    AOS -209 -OL      Advanced Word                               3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA      Hendrix J
10362    AOS -221 -OL      Bus and Office Communicatio                 3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA      Hudson B
10438    AOS -250 -OL      Desktop Publishing                          3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA      Hendrix J
10424    AOS -274 -OL      Administrative Applied Office               3     LAB    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA      STAFF

ART – TIPTON COUNTY
10763   ART -1030-HYB        Art Appreciation                          3     LEC    W          1245-0210pm      JNCA      A107     Dierkes J
10317   ART -1030-J01        Art Appreciation                          3     LEC    W          0230-0525pm      JNCA      A107     Dierkes J

BIOLOGY – TIPTON COUNTY
10281  BIOL-1110-J01 General Biology I                                 4     LEC    MWF        1115-1210pm      JNCA      A128-B    Sonderman N
10282  BIOL-1110-J50 General Biology I                                 0     LAB    W          0130-0330pm      JNCA      A127      Hudson S
10287  BIOL-1120-J01 General Biology II                                4     LEC    MWF        1010-1105am      JNCA      A128-B    Sonderman N
10922  BIOL-1120-J02 General Biology II                                4     LEC    TR         1110-1235pm      JNCA      A128-B    Sonderman N
10288  BIOL-1120-J50 General Biology II                                0     LAB    M          0130-0330pm      JNCA      A127      Sonderman N
10925  BIOL-1120-J51 General Biology II                                0     LAB    T          1245-0245pm      JNCA      A127      Sonderman N
10293  BIOL-2010-J01 Human Anatomy Physiology                I         4     LEC    TR         0935-1100am      JNCA      A128-B    Hudson S
10294  BIOL-2010-J50 Human Anatomy Physiology                I         0     LAB    R          1245-0245pm      JNCA      A124      Hudson S
10722  BIOL-2010-J51 Human Anatomy Physiology                I         0     LAB    T          0330-0530pm      JNCA      A124      Beilfuss J
10295  BIOL-2020-J01 Human Anatomy Physiology                II        4     LEC    MWF        0905-1010am      JNCA      A128-B    Hudson S
10926  BIOL-2020-J02 Human Anatomy Physiology                II        4     LEC    TR         0800-0925am      JNCA      TBA       Hudson S
10296  BIOL-2020-J50 Human Anatomy Physiology                II        0     LAB    F          1010-1210pm      JNCA      A124      Hudson S

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10927   BIOL-2020-J51        Human Anatomy Physiology II               0     LAB   T           1245-0245pm     JNCA      A124      Hudson   S
10301   BIOL-2230-J01        Microbiology                              4     LEC   MW          1220-0145pm     JNCA      A128-B    Lawson   T
10302   BIOL-2230-J50        Microbiology                              0     LAB   M           0155-0450pm     JNCA      A124      Lawson   T
10303   BIOL-2230-J51        Microbiology                              0     LAB   W           0155-0450pm     JNCA      A124      Lawson   T
EVENING
10923   BIOL-1120-J21        General Biology II                        4     LEC   MW          0500-0625pm     JNCA      A128-B    Sonderman N
10924   BIOL-1120-J70        General Biology II                        0     LAB   M           0635-0835pm     JNCA      A127      Beilfuss J
10297   BIOL-2020-J21        Human Anatomy Physiology       II         4     LEC   T           0635-0930pm     JNCA      A128-B    Langfitt D
10866   BIOL-2020-J22        Human Anatomy Physiology       II         4     LEC   R           0635-0930pm     JNCA      A128-B    Brown S
10298   BIOL-2020-J70        Human Anatomy Physiology       II         0     LAB   T           0635-0835pm     JNCA      A124      Beilfuss J
10865   BIOL-2020-J71        Human Anatomy Physiology       II         0     LAB   R           0635-0835pm     JNCA      A124      Beilfuss J

BUSINESS – TIPTON COUNTY
10365  BUS -110 -OL  Introduction to Business                          3     LEC   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA      STAFF
10367  BUS -201 -OL  Business Law                                      3     LEC   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA      STAFF
10439  BUS -291 -J01 Cooperative Educ Work Exp I                       3     IND   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA      STAFF
10440  BUS -292 -J01 Cooperative Educ Work Exp II                      3     IND   TBA         TBA             TBA       TBA      STAFF

CHEMISTRY – TIPTON COUNTY
10318   CHEM-1110-J01 General Chemistry I                              4     LEC TR            1245-0220pm JNCA          A109 Hoque A
CHEM 1110 01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10319   CHEM-1110-J50 General Chemistry I                              0     LAB R             0230-0520pm JNCA          A123 Hoque A
10764   CHEM-1120-J01 General Chemistry II                             4     LEC MW            1115-1240pm JNCA          A109 Hoque A
CHEM 1120 01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment
10765   CHEM-1120-J50 General Chemistry II                             0     LAB M             0230-0520pm JNCA          A123 Hoque A
10983   CHEM-2020-J01 Organic Chemistry II                             4     LEC MW            1245-0210pm JNCA          A109 STAFF

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – TIPTON COUNTY
To enroll in an online CIT course, you are required to have access to Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2007 software (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) and access to the Internet.
Computers with Microsoft Office are available in the Learning Resource Center (LRC) and in the computer labs during open lab times on the Dyersburg campus, at the Gibson County
Center, and the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County.
10456      CIT -111 -J01 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TR            0800-0925am JNCB         B137 Lavieri E
10457      CIT -111 -J02 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TR            0935-1100am JNCB         B137 Lavieri E
10723      CIT -111 -J03 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TR            1110-1235pm JNCB         B137 Lavieri E
10402      CIT -111 -OL1 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10403      CIT -111 -OL2 Introduction to Computers                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     STAFF
10433      CIT -165 -OL       Spreadsheet Applications                 3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Anderson D
10886      CIT -165 -OL1 Spreadsheet Applications                      3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Anderson D
CIT 165 is Excel 2007.
10675      CIT -173 -OL       Digital Forensics                        3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Lavieri E
10959      CIT -230 -OL       Systems Design                           3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10461      CIT -251 -J01 Software Co-op Education                      3    LAB TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10407      CIT -262 -OL       CCNA 2 Cisco Networking II               3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Alford R
CIT262 OL must be taken with CIT 262 70 Lab (CRN #10408) at the Dyersburg Campus.
10409      CIT -264 -OL       CCNA 4 Cisco Networking IV               3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Alford R
CIT 264 OL must be taken with CIT 264 70 Lab (CRN# 10410) at the Dyersburg Campus.
10693      CIT -280 -OL       Intro to C Plus Plus                     3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Lavieri E
10413      CIT -290 -OL       Intro to Educational Tech                3    LEC TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B
10462      CIT -295 -J01 Networking Co-op Education                    3    LAB TBA           TBA             TBA      TBA     Fincher B

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM - MATHEMATICS – TIPTON COUNTY
10910   DSPM-0700-J01 Prealgebra                                   3     LEC MWF            0800-0855am JNCA          A108 Britt J
                                                                               MW           0905-1000am JNCA          A141-A Britt J
DSPM 0700 J01 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10141   DSPM-0800-J01 Basic Algebra                                3     LEC MWF            0800-0855am JNCA          A107 Neal E
10911   DSPM-0800-J02 Basic Algebra                                3     LEC MWF            1010-1105am JNCA          A108 Britt J
                                                                               MW           1115-1210pm JNCA          A141-A Britt J

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DSPM 0800 J02 features enhancements to allow students to work only on those skills that they have not mastered and to finish the course early.
10145   DSPM-0800-J03 Basic Algebra                                3     LEC MWF            1115-1210pm JNCA          A107 Neal E
10146   DSPM-0800-J04 Basic Algebra                                3     LEC TR             0800-0925am JNCA          A111 Britt J
10144   DSPM-0800-J05 Basic Algebra                                3     LEC TR             0935-1100am JNCA          A158 Hodge D
10147   DSPM-0850-J01 Intermediate Algebra                         3     LEC MWF            0800-0855am JNCA          A158 Hodge D
10148   DSPM-0850-J02 Intermediate Algebra                         3     LEC MWF            1010-1105am JNCA          A107 Neal E
10914   DSPM-0850-J03 Intermediate Algebra                         3     LEC MW             0330-0455pm JNCB          B136 Sanders S
10151   DSPM-0850-J04 Intermediate Algebra                         3     LEC TR             0800-0925am JNCA          A158 Hodge D
10167   DSPM-0850-J05 Intermediate Algebra                         3     LEC TR             1110-1235pm JNCA          A158 Hodge D
EVENING
10140   DSPM-0700-J21 Prealgebra                                   3     LEC MW             0500-0625pm JNCA          A108 Wilson M
10913   DSPM-0800-J21 Basic Algebra                                3     LEC MW             0500-0625pm JNCB          B136 Sanders S
10143   DSPM-0800-J22 Basic Algebra                                3     LEC TR             0500-0625pm JNCA          A159 Campbell S
10149   DSPM-0850-J21 Intermediate Algebra                         3     LEC MW             0500-0625pm JNCA          A158 Anderson M
10150   DSPM-0850-J22 Intermediate Algebra                         3     LEC TR             0500-0625pm JNCA          A108 STAFF

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM – READING – TIPTON                      COUNTY
10152   DSPR-0700-J01 Reading and Learning                             3  LEC       TR         1245-0210pm      JNCA      A143   Strong D
10153   DSPR-0800-J01 Developmental Reading Improvem                   3  LEC       MWF        0905-1000am      JNCA      A143   Honeycutt A
10751   DSPR-0800-J02 Developmental Reading Improvem                   3  LEC       TR         0935-1100am      JNCA      A143   Spafford B
10154   DSPR-0800-J03 Developmental Reading Improvem                   3  LEC       TR         1245-0210pm      JNCA      A143   Strong D
EVENING
10155   DSPR-0800-J21 Developmental Reading Improvem                   3     LEC    MW         0500-0625pm      JNCA      A143   DeLancey K

DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM – WRITING – TIPTON COUNTY
10156   DSPW-0700-J01 Basic Writing               3  LEC                            MWF        0905-1000am      JNCA      A110   Foshee N
10157   DSPW-0700-J02 Basic Writing               3  LEC                            MW         0330-0455pm      JNCB      B165   Smith M
10918   DSPW-0700-J03 Basic Writing               3  LEC                            TR         0935-1100am      JNCA      A107   Baddour E
10159   DSPW-0800-J01 Developmental Writing       3  LEC                            MWF        0800-0855am      JNCA      A110   Foshee N
10750   DSPW-0800-J02 Developmental Writing       3  LEC                            MWF        0905-1000am      JNCA      A159   Williams C
10160   DSPW-0800-J03 Developmental Writing       3  LEC                            TR         0800-0925am      JNCB      B136   Carter L
10163   DSPW-0800-J04 Developmental Writing       3  LEC                            TR         0935-1100am      JNCB      B136   Carter L
EVENING
10158   DSPW-0700-J21 Basic Writing               3  LEC                            R          0635-0930pm      JNCA      A158   King D
10162   DSPW-0800-J21 Developmental Writing       3  LEC                            R          0635-0930pm      JNCA      A159   STAFF

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (TECTA) – TIPTON COUNTY
EVENING
10935   ECED-2010-J21 Safe Healthy Learning Environm 3                       LEC    TR         0500-0625pm      JNCA      A107   Turner L
10936   ECED-2130-J21 Initial Practicum              3                       LEC    R          0635-0930pm      JNCA      A107   Turner L

ECONOMICS – TIPTON COUNTY
10819    ECO -201 -J01 Macroeconomics                                  3      LEC TR            0935-1100am JNCA          A109 Bowen M
ECO 201 J01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10376    ECO -201 -OL        Macroeconomics                            3      LEC TBA           TBA            TBA        TBA     Bowen M
10818    ECO -202 -J01 Microeconomics                                  3      LEC TR            1110-1235pm JNCA          A109 Bowen M
ECO 202 J01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
10373    ECO -202 -OL        Microeconomics                            3      LEC TBA           TBA            TBA        TBA     Bowen M

EDUCATION – TIPTON COUNTY
10833 EDU -230 -J01 Introduction to Education                          3     LEC    MWF        1010-1105am      JNCA      A110   Foshee N

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (EMT)                  – TIPTON COUNTY
10960   EMT -102 -J01 Emergency Medical             Tech II       8          LEC    TR         0830-1130am      JNCB      B163   Rivera B
10961   EMT -102 -J50 Emergency Medical             Tech II       0          LAB    TR         1140-1235pm      JNCB      B155   Rivera B
EVENING
10490   EMT -102 -J21 Emergency Medical             Tech II            8     LEC    MW         0530-0825pm      JNCB      B163   Roberts/Santos
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10491     EMT -102 -J22     Emergency Medical Tech II                 8     LEC   TR         0530-0825pm      JNCB      B163   Rivera/Fogarty
10492     EMT -102 -J70     Emergency Medical Tech II                 0     LAB   MW         0835-0930pm      JNCB      B155   Roberts/Santos
10493     EMT -102 -J71     Emergency Medical Tech II                 0     LAB   TR         0835-0930pm      JNCB      B155   Fogarty/Rivera

ENGLISH – TIPTON COUNTY
10307    ENGL-1010-J01 Composition I                                 3     LEC MWF         0905-1000am JNCA            A160 Leonard B
10308    ENGL-1010-J02 Composition I                                 3     LEC MWF         1010-1105am JNCA            A160 Leonard B
10558    ENGL-1010-J03 Composition I                                 3     LEC MWF         1115-1210pm JNCA            A159 Williams C
10728    ENGL-1010-J04 Composition I                                 3     LEC MW          0125-0250pm JNCA            A159 Williams C
10867    ENGL-1010-J05 Composition I                                 3     LEC TR          1110-1235pm JNCA            A107 Wilkinson C
10877    ENGL-1010-J06 Composition I                                 3     LEC TR          1245-0210pm JNCA            A107 Wilkinson C
10310    ENGL-1010-OL       Composition I                            3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks L
Students enrolled in ENGL 1010 OL are required to complete a writing assessment in person during the first week of school. Students will receive information from the instructor about this
assessment. Students who do not complete the assessment will be dropped from the course. Exams for this course are taken on site.
10313    ENGL-1020-J01 Composition II                                3     LEC MW          0125-0250pm JNCA            A160 Leonard B
10314    ENGL-1020-J02 Composition II                                3     LEC TR          0935-1100am JNCA            A160 Leonard B
10315    ENGL-1020-J03 Composition II                                3     LEC TR          1110-1235pm JNCA            A159 Williams C
10921    ENGL-2310-J01 World Literature I                            3     LEC TR          0935-1100am JNCA            A159 Williams C
10228    ENGL-2310-OL       World Literature I                       3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks L
ENGL 2310 OL: Students must come to campus twice during the semester to take proctored exams.
10234    ENGL-2320-J01 World Literature II                           3     LEC TR          1110-1235pm JNCA            A160 Leonard B
10754    ENGL-2320-OL       World Literature II                      3     LEC TBA         TBA               TBA       TBA    Weeks
ENGL 2320 OL: Students must come to campus twice during the semester to take proctored exams.
EVENING
10309    ENGL-1010-J21 Composition I                                 3     LEC T           0635-0930pm JNCA            A160 Boswell T
10316    ENGL-1020-J21 Composition II                                3     LEC R           0635-0930pm JNCA            A160 Boswell T

FINANCE – TIPTON COUNTY
10378  FIN -101 -OL  Personal Finance                                 3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Ballard L

GEOGRAPHY – TIPTON COUNTY
10323 GEOG-105 -J01 World Regional Geography                          3     LEC   M          0125-0420pm      JNCA      A110   Perk K

HISTORY – TIPTON COUNTY
10237   HIST-2010-J01 American          History   I                   3     LEC   TR         0800-0925am      JNCA      A110   Martin A
10238   HIST-2010-J02 American          History   I                   3     LEC   TR         1245-0210pm      JNCA      A110   Martin A
10338   HIST-2010-OL  American          History   I                   3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bernier K
10247   HIST-2020-J01 American          History   II                  3     LEC   TR         0935-1100am      JNCA      A110   Martin A
10248   HIST-2020-J02 American          History   II                  3     LEC   TR         1110-1235pm      JNCA      A110   Martin A
10250   HIST-2020-OL  American          History   II                  3     LEC   TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA    Bernier K
EVENING
10249   HIST-2020-J21 American          History II                    3     LEC   M          0635-0930pm      JNCA      A110   Wilson D

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – TIPTON COUNTY
To enroll in any HIT online course, you must have access to a computer, a microphone, and the professional version of Microsoft Office with Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. HIT courses
require typing/keyboarding skills, computer and/or word processing skills, and the use of e-mail. Computers with Microsoft Office are available in the Learning Resource Center (LRC) and
in the computer labs during open lab times on the Dyersburg campus, at the Gibson County Center, and at the DSCC Jimmy Naifeh Center in Tipton County. HIT online classes will not be
available until the schedule date for classes to begin.
10843      HIT -1010-J01 Medical Terminology                         3       LEC W            0100-0400pm JNCB         B137 Stanley E
10784      HIT -1010-OL1 Medical Terminology                         3       LEC TBA          TBA            TBA       TBA      Tillman B
10785      HIT -1010-OL2 Medical Terminology                         3       LEC TBA          TBA            TBA       TBA      Tillman B
10869      HIT -1010-OL3 Medical Terminology                         3       LEC TBA          TBA            TBA       TBA      Tillman B
10834      HIT -1011-OL       Intro to Health Info Tech              3       LEC TBA          TBA            TBA       TBA      Burt G
10835      HIT -1120-OL       Fund of Disease Processes              4       LEC TBA          TBA            TBA       TBA      STAFF
10792      HIT -2110-OL       Mgmt and Supervis in Hlth Info         3       LEC TBA          TBA            TBA       TBA      Osborne S
10941      HIT -2120-OL       Healthcare Statistics and Repo         3       LEC TBA          TBA            TBA       TBA      Osborne S
10793      HIT -2130-OL       Coding and Classifica Syst II          3       LEC TBA          TBA            TBA       TBA      STAFF
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10795     HIT   -2210-OL     Healthcare    Quality Management           3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Neil A
10796     HIT   -2220-OL     HealthCare    Reimbursement Metho          4     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Osborne S
10797     HIT   -2230-OL     Adv Coding    and Classification           3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Stanley E
10799     HIT   -2250-OL     Seminar in    Health Infor Techno          3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Osborne S

JUSTICE SERVICES TECHNOLOGY – TIPTON COUNTY
10449   JST -101 -J01 Intro to Criminal Justice                         3     LEC    TR         1245-0210pm      JNCB      B137    Bamwine    P
10816   JST -111 -J01 Criminal Law                                      3     LEC    MWF        0125-0220pm      JNCB      B137    Bamwine    P
10389   JST -113 -OL  Criminal Evidence and Procedur                    3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Bamwine    P
10815   JST -211 -J01 Juvenile Justice                                  3     LEC    TR         0935-1100am      JNCB      B137    Bamwine    P
10390   JST -218 -OL  Criminology                                       3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Bamwine    P
10453   JST -291 -J01 Cooperative Educ Work Exp I                       3     IND    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Bamwine    P
10454   JST -292 -J01 Cooperative Educ Work Exp II                      3     IND    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Bamwine    P
EVENING
10817   JST -221 -J21 Policing in America                               3     LEC    M          0635-0930pm      JNCB      B137    Delashmit S
10946   JST -226 -J21 Special Topics I                                  3     LEC    T          0635-0930pm      JNCA      TBA     Delashmit S

MANAGEMENT – TIPTON COUNTY
10942 MGT -101 -OL  Introduction to Management                          3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Ballard L
10394 MGT -102 -OL  Human Relations                                     3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     McGuire S

MARKETING – TIPTON COUNTY
10415 MKT -101 -OL   Intro to Marketing                                 3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Ballard L

MATHEMATICS – TIPTON COUNTY
10511   MATH-1020-J01 Math for Allied Health                            2     LEC    TR         1245-0220pm      JNCA      A128-B Britt J
10174   MATH-1420-J01 Concepts of Modern Math II                        3     LEC    MWF        1115-1210pm      JNCA      A111 Smith M
10744   MATH-1530-J01 Elementary Prob and Statistics                    3     LEC    TR         0300-0425pm      JNCA      A111 Smith M
10915   MATH-1710-J01 College Algebra                                   3     LEC    MWF        0800-0855am      JNCA      A111 Smith M
10176   MATH-1710-J02 College Algebra                                   3     LEC    MWF        0905-1000am      JNCA      A111 Smith M
10178   MATH-1710-J03 College Algebra                                   3     LEC    TR         0935-1100am      JNCA      A111 Britt J
10989   MATH-1920-XX  Calculus and Analytic Geom II                     4     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA   Smith M
EVENING
10916   MATH-1710-J21 College Algebra                                   3     LEC    MW         0500-0625pm      JNCA      A111    Gibson J
10179   MATH-1830-J21 Elementary Calculus                               3     LEC    TR         0500-0625pm      JNCA      A111    Smith M

MUSIC – TIPTON COUNTY
CLASSES AND ENSEMBLES
EVENING
10326   MUS -2110-J21 Masterpieces of Music I                           3     LEC    T          0635-0930pm      JNCA      A158    Westmoreland M

APPLIED MUSIC
The Dyersburg State Music Department offers private music lessons of 30 minutes (1 credit hour) and private lessons of 60 minutes (2 credit hours) in Voice and in the following
instruments: Bassoon, Cello, Clarinet, Euphonium, Flute, French Horn, Guitar, Oboe, Organ, Percussion, Percussion Ensemble, Piano, Saxophone, String Bass, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba,
and Violin.
To enroll in any of these classes, please contact Dr. Carol Feather, Professor of Music (731-286-3256 or feather@dscc.edu) before attempting enrollment.
If you desire a 30-minute (1 credit hour) private lesson, enroll in an odd-numbered section (01, 03, 05). There is an additional $60 course fee for a 30-minute lesson. If you desire a 60-minute
(2 credit hours) private lesson, enroll in an even-numbered section (02, 04, 06). There is an additional $120 course fee for a 60-minute lesson.
10324      MUS -178 -J01 Voice                                            1    PRL TBA           TBA              TBA        TBA    Uttz J
10325      MUS -178 -J02 Voice                                            2    PRL TBA           TBA              TBA        TBA    Uttz J

NURSING – TIPTON COUNTY
Only students who have been accepted into the Nursing Program may enroll in NUR courses.
10495    NUR -111 -J01 Foundations of Nursing                     9      LEC TR          0900-1210pm             JNCB      B154    Fisher C
10495    NUR -111 -J01 Foundations of Nursing                     9      LEC TR          0900-1210pm             JNCB      B154    Dew K
10498    NUR -111 -J50 Foundations of Nursing                     0      LAB W           0700-0100pm             JNCB      B159    Barcroft S

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10499     NUR   -111   -J51   Foundations of Nursing                   0     LAB   W           0700-0100pm     JNCB       B159   Dew K
10500     NUR   -111   -J52   Foundations of Nursing                   0     LAB   W           0100-0700pm     JNCB       B159   Barcroft S
10500     NUR   -111   -J52   Foundations of Nursing                   0     LAB   W           0100-0700pm     JNCB       B159   Fisher C
10776     NUR   -111   -J53   Foundations of Nursing                   0     LAB   W           0100-0700pm     JNCB       B159   Dew K
10730     NUR   -111   -J54   Foundations of Nursing                   0     LAB   MW          TBA             JNCB       B154   STAFF
10777     NUR   -111   -J55   Foundations of Nursing                   0     LAB   MW          TBA             JNCB       B154   STAFF
10502     NUR   -211   -J01   Nursing Care II                          10    LEC   TR          0900-1210pm     JNCB       B165   Hamm C
10502     NUR   -211   -J01   Nursing Care II                          10    LEC   TR          0900-1210pm     JNCB       B165   Rose B
10504     NUR   -211   -J50   Nursing Care II                          0     LAB   M           0700-0400pm     JNCB       B159   Hamm C
10505     NUR   -211   -J51   Nursing Care II                          0     LAB   M           0700-0400pm     JNCB       B159   Rose B
10506     NUR   -211   -J52   Nursing Care II                          0     LAB   M           0700-0400pm     JNCB       B159   Carmack D
10962     NUR   -211   -J53   Nursing Care II                          0     LAB   TBA         TBA             TBA        TBA    Crawford C

ORIENTATION: LEARNING TO SUCCEED – TIPTON COUNTY
ORN 1010 is required for all students who placed in DSPS 0800. ORN 1010 will fulfill the DSP requirement for DSPS 0800. In addition, ORN 1010 is recommended for all degree-seeking
freshmen who begin their college experience at Dyersburg State Community College and for all degree-seeking transfer students who have not earned any college-level hours.
10671    ORN -1010-J01 Orientation: Learn to Succeed                3    LEC MWF              1010-1105am JNCA         A143 Honeycutt A
10917    ORN -1010-J02 Orientation: Learn to Succeed                3    LEC MWF              1115-1210pm JNCA         A143 Simonton J
10672    ORN -1010-J03 Orientation: Learn to Succeed                3    LEC TR               0935-1100am JNCA         A160 Strong D
10821    ORN -1010-J04 Orientation: Learn to Succeed                3    LEC TR               1110-1235pm JNCA         A143 Spafford B
EVENING
10673    ORN -1010-J21 Orientation: Learn to Succeed                3    LEC MW               0500-0625pm JNCA         A160 Kinningham J
10674    ORN -1010-J22 Orientation: Learn to Succeed                3    LEC T                0635-0930pm JNCA         A107 Turner L

PARAMEDIC – TIPTON COUNTY
Only students who have been accepted into the Paramedic Program may enroll in PARA courses.
10808    PARA-2115-J01 Paramedic Clinical I                      3     CLN TBA          TBA         TBA                  TBA     Roberts E
10808    PARA-2115-J01 Paramedic Clinical I                      3     CLN TBA          TBA         TBA                  TBA     Coley T
10810    PARA-2200-J01 Paramedic II                              14    LEC MW         0900-0300pm JNCB                  B163     Roberts E
10810    PARA-2200-J01 Paramedic II                              14    LEC MW         0900-0300pm JNCB                  B163     Coley T
10811    PARA-2200-J50 Paramedic II                              0     LAB MW           0310-0500pm JNCB                 B155    Coley T
10811    PARA-2200-J50 Paramedic II                              0     LAB MW           0310-0500pm JNCB                 B155    Roberts E

PHYSICAL EDUCATION – TIPTON COUNTY
Only students 60 years and older may audit physical activity classes. Students may take any physical education activity course for Pass/Fail rather than a letter grade by giving written
notification to the Office of Admissions and Records no later than February 1, 2011.
10327      PHED-1040-J01 Aerobics                                      1     PEA TR          0800-0855am SPLEX          TBA    Payne A
10328      PHED-1130-J01 Weight Training                               1     PEA TR          1245-0140pm SPLEX          TBA    Payne A

PHILOSOPHY – TIPTON COUNTY
10329  PHIL-1030-J01 Introduction to             Philosophy            3     LEC   TR          1110-1235pm     JNCB       B166   Middleton E
10330  PHIL-1040-J01 Introduction to             Ethics                3     LEC   TR          0935-1100am     JNCB       B166   Middleton E
10766  PHIL-1040-J02 Introduction to             Ethics                3     LEC   TR          1245-0210pm     JNCB       B166   Middleton E
10333  PHIL-2030-J01 Survey of World             Religions             3     LEC   MWF         0800-0855am     JNCB       B166   Uselton K

PHYSICS – TIPTON COUNTY
10937  PHYS-2020-J01 General Physics II                                4     LEC   TR          0230-0355pm     JNCA       A109   Maasho A
10938  PHYS-2020-J50 General Physics II                                0     LAB   R           1115-0215pm     JNCB       B137   Maasho A


PHYSICAL SCIENCE – TIPTON COUNTY
10331  PSCI-1110-J01 Physical Science I                                4     LEC   TR          0935-1100am     JNCA       A160   Maasho A
10332  PSCI-1110-J50 Physical Science I                                0     LAB   R           0405-0605pm     JNCB       B137   Maasho A

PSYCHOLOGY – TIPTON COUNTY
10255 *PSY -110 -J01 General Psychology I                              3     LEC   MWF         1115-1210pm     JNCA       A108   McMahon J
10256 *PSY -110 -J02 General Psychology I                              3     LEC   TR          1245-0210pm     JNCA       A108   McMahon J

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10254   PSY    -110   -OL    General Psychology I                      3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Nasso D
10891   PSY    -110   -OL2   General Psychology I                      3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Nasso D
10260   PSY    -120   -J01   General Psychology II                     3     LEC    MWF        1220-0115pm      JNCA      A108    McMahon J
10259   PSY    -120   -OL    General Psychology II                     3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Nasso D
10266 *PSY     -230   -J01   Developmental Psychology                  3     LEC    TR         1110-1235pm      JNCA      A108    McMahon J
10264   PSY    -230   -OL    Developmental Psychology                  3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Nasso D
EVENING
10257 *PSY     -110 -J21     General Psychology I                      3     LEC    MW         0500-0625pm      JNCA      A108    McMahon J
10267   PSY    -230 -J21     Developmental Psychology                  3     LEC    M          0635-0930pm      JNCA      A108    STAFF

SOCIOLOGY – TIPTON COUNTY
10335    SOC -201 -OL        Principles of Sociology                    3      LEC TBA          TBA            TBA        TBA     Wolfe S
10988    SOC -203 -J01 Social Problems                                  3      LEC TR           0405-0530pm JNCA          A109 Vories C
SOC 203 01 is offered as a course in which the instructor will meet with the class in person once a week and once utilizing interactive television equipment.
EVENING
10334    SOC -201 -J21 Principles of Sociology                          3      LEC T            0635-0930pm JNCB          B166 Vories C

SPANISH
10991  SPAN-1020-J01         Beginning Spanish II                      3     LEC    MW         0330-0455pm      JNCA      A110    Garcia Z

SPEECH – TIPTON COUNTY
10274    SPE -231 -J01 Fundamentals of Speech                          3     LEC    F          0125-0420pm      JNCB      B166    Bumgardner D
10272    SPE -231 -OL      Fundamentals of Speech                      3     LEC    TBA        TBA              TBA       TBA     Lewis M
SPE 231 OL requires access to a video camera and PowerPoint.
EVENING
10275    SPE -231 -J21 Fundamentals of Speech                          3     LEC    M          0635-0930pm      JNCB      B166    Bumgardner D
10276    SPE -231 -J22 Fundamentals of Speech                          3     LEC    R          0635-0930pm      JNCB      B166    Bumgardner D

THEATRE – TIPTON COUNTY
EVENING
10278   THEA-1030-J21 Introduction to Theatre                          3     LEC    R          0635-0930pm      JNCA      A110    Moore M




                                                              REGENTS ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAM

SEVERAL DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE THROUGHT THE REGENTS ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAM (RODP). GO TO WWW.DSCC.EDU
OR HTTP://WWW.TN.REGENTSDEGREES.ORG FOR A LISTING OF AVAILABLE PROGRAMS. FOR RODP TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, CALL THE RODP TECHNICAL
HELPDESK TOLL-FREE AT 1-866-550-7637. FOR GENERAL INFORMATION OR NON-TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WITH RODP, CALL THE RODP STUDENT SERVICES
HELPDESK TOLL-FREE AT 1-888-223-0023. THE DSCC CONTACT FOR RODP CLASSES IS DENNIS ANDERSON, AND HE CAN BE REACHED AT 731-286-3292 OR
danderson@dscc.edu. RODP CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 13, 2011, AND END APRIL 27, 2011.

IN ADDITION TO REGULAR COURSE FEES, THERE ARE NON-REFUNDABLE FEES FOR RODP CLASSES.

Purchasing RODP Textbooks:

The DSCC Bookstore does not order the textbooks for RODP courses. To order your textbook for an RODP course, do the following:

    •    Go to the RODP Web site at http://www.rodp.org/;
    •    Click Bookstore (right side of page);
    •    Click Textbooks and Course Materials;
    •    Select Regents Online Degree Program;
    •    Select the term (semester and year);
    •    Select the subject or department of your course;

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    •   Select the course number;
    •   Select the course section number (default = ALL);
    •   Click Submit.
    •   Textbook information (textbook(s) name, edition, author, and ISBN) will appear.
    •   Follow the prompts to purchase the textbook(s).



CRN     COURSE              TITLE                              CREDIT     TYP DAYS        TIME   BLDG   ROOM   INSTRUCTOR

10512   ACC -1104-R50      Principles of Accounting I                3     LEC                    STAFF
10513   ACC -1105-R50      Principles of Accounting II               3     LEC                    STAFF
10514   AGR -130 -R50      Introduction to Animal Science            3     LEC                    STAFF
10880   ALH -1000-R50      Careers in Healthcare                     3     LEC                    Osborne S
10515   ART -1010-R50      Art History Survey I                      3     LEC                    STAFF
10516   ART -1020-R50      Art History Survey II                     3     LEC                    STAFF
10517   ART -1030-R50      Art Appreciation                          3     LEC                    STAFF
10518   ASTR-1030-R50      Astronomy and Lab                         4     LEC                    STAFF
10519   BIOL-1010-R50      Biology I and Lab                         4     LEC                    STAFF
10520   BIOL-1020-R50      Biology II and Lab                        4     LEC                    STAFF
10521   BIOL-1430-R50      Nutrition                                 3     LEC                    STAFF
10522   BIOL-2010-R50      Human Anatomy Physiology I                4     LEC                    STAFF
10523   BIOL-2020-R50      Human Anatomy Physiology II               4     LEC                    STAFF
10524   BIOL-2230-R50      Intro to Microbiology and Lab             4     LEC                    STAFF
10526   BUS -1050-R50      Legal Issues for the Web                  3     LEC                    STAFF
10527   CHEM-1010-R50      Intro to Chemistry I and Lab              4     LEC                    STAFF
10528   CHEM-1020-R50      Intro to Chemistry II and Lab             4     LEC                    STAFF
10529   CIS -1100-R50      Technology for Teachers                   3     LEC                    STAFF
10530   CIS -113 -R50      Visual Basic                              3     LEC                    STAFF
10531   CIS -1610-R50      Programming in C Plus Plus                3     LEC                    STAFF
10532   CIS -173 -R50      Programming in C Sharp                    3     LEC                    STAFF
10533   CIS -186 -R50      Database Programming                      3     LEC                    STAFF
10963   CIS -191 -R50      Hardware Certification                    3     LEC                    STAFF
10964   CIS -192 -R50      Software Certification                    3     LEC                    STAFF
10534   CIS -193 -R50      Introduction to Linux                     3     LEC                    STAFF
10535   CIS -263 -R50      Web Design                                3     LEC                    STAFF
10536   CIS -264 -R50      Web Page Applications                     3     LEC                    STAFF
10537   CJA -1100-R50      Intro to Criminal Justice Admi            3     LEC                    STAFF
10538   CJA -2600-R50      Corrections                               3     LEC                    STAFF
10539   CMT -1010-R50      Network PC Communications                 3     LEC                    STAFF
10541   COL -101 -R50      Orientation                               3     LEC                    STAFF
10542   COM -1000-R50      Beginning HTML                            3     LEC                    STAFF
10545   COM -1010-R50      Basic Web Design                          3     LEC                    STAFF
10546   COM -1020-R50      Basic Web Graphics                        3     LEC                    STAFF
10548   COM -110 -R50      Survey of Mass Communication              3     LEC                    STAFF
10549   CST -203 -R50      Data Structures                           3     LEC                    STAFF
10550   CST -209 -R50      Java Programming I                        3     LEC                    STAFF
10552   CST -218 -R50      Java Programming II                       3     LEC                    STAFF
10553   DSPM-0700-R50      Basic Mathematics                         3     LEC                    STAFF
10559   DSPM-0800-R50      Elementary Algebra                        3     LEC                    STAFF
10560   DSPM-0850-R50      Intermediate Algebra                      3     LEC                    STAFF
10561   DSPR-0700-R50      Basic Reading                             3     LEC                    STAFF
10562   DSPR-0800-R50      Developmental Reading                     3     LEC                    STAFF
10563   DSPS-0800-R50      Study Skills                              3     LEC                    STAFF
10564   DSPW-0700-R50      Basic Writing                             3     LEC                    STAFF
10565   DSPW-0800-R50      Developmental Writing                     3     LEC                    STAFF
10566   ECED-1010-R50      Intro to Early Childhood Educa            2     LEC                    STAFF
10567   ECED-2010-R50      Safe Healthy Learning Environm            3     LEC                    STAFF

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10568   ECED-2015-R50   Early Childhood Curriculum       3   LEC   STAFF
10569   ECED-2020-R50   Infant Toddler Child Developme   3   LEC   STAFF
10570   ECED-2030-R50   Infant and Toddler Care          3   LEC   STAFF
10571   ECED-2040-R50   Family Dynamics and Community    3   LEC   STAFF
10572   ECED-2060-R50   Develop of Exceptional Childre   3   LEC   STAFF
10573   ECED-2070-R50   Developmental Assessment         3   LEC   STAFF
10574   ECED-2080-R50   Lang and Lit in Early Childhoo   3   LEC   STAFF
10575   ECED-2085-R50   Math and Science Early Chldhoo   3   LEC   STAFF
10576   ECED-2090-R50   Creative Development             3   LEC   STAFF
10577   ECED-2120-R50   Administr of Child Care Ctrs     3   LEC   STAFF
10578   ECON-2010-R50   Economics I                      3   LEC   STAFF
10579   ECON-2020-R50   Economics II                     3   LEC   STAFF
10580   EDU -1100-R50   Technology for Teachers          3   LEC   STAFF
10581   EDU -1120-R50   Introduction to Teaching         3   LEC   STAFF
10582   EDU -201 -R50   Foundations of Education         3   LEC   STAFF
10583   EDU -2050-R50   Classroom Management             3   LEC   STAFF
10584   EDU -250 -R50   Instructional Technology in Ed   3   LEC   STAFF
10967   ENGL-1001-R50   English as a Second Language I   3   LEC   STAFF
10586   ENGL-1010-R50   English Composition I            3   LEC   STAFF
10587   ENGL-1020-R50   English Composition II           3   LEC   STAFF
10588   ENGL-1030-R50   Literary Studies Abroad          3   LEC   STAFF
10589   ENGL-2010-R50   Introduction to Literature I     3   LEC   STAFF
10590   ENGL-2110-R50   American Literature I            3   LEC   STAFF
10591   ENGL-2116-R50   Writing for the Web              3   LEC   STAFF
10592   ENGL-2120-R50   American Literature II           3   LEC   STAFF
10593   ENGL-2210-R50   English Literature I             3   LEC   STAFF
10594   ENGL-2220-R50   English Literature II            3   LEC   STAFF
10968   ENGL-230 -R50   Creative Writing                 3   LEC   STAFF
10595   ENGL-2410-R50   Western World Literature I       3   LEC   STAFF
10596   ENGL-2420-R50   Western World Literature II      3   LEC   STAFF
10597   ENGL-2630-R50   Literature for Children          3   LEC   STAFF
10598   ESC -1110-R50   Intro to Environ Studies I       4   LEC   STAFF
10599   ESC -1120-R50   Intro to Environl Studies II     4   LEC   STAFF
10677   FREN-1010-R50   Beginning French I               3   LEC   STAFF
10678   FREN-1020-R50   Beginning French II              3   LEC   STAFF
10601   GEOG-105 -R50   World Regional Geography         3   LEC   STAFF
10602   HIST-1110-R50   Survey of World History I        3   LEC   STAFF
10603   HIST-1120-R50   Survey of World History II       3   LEC   STAFF
10604   HIST-2010-R50   US History I                     3   LEC   STAFF
10605   HIST-2020-R50   US History II                    3   LEC   STAFF
10606   HIST-2030-R50   Tennessee History                3   LEC   STAFF
10607   HIST-2050-R50   Appalachian History              3   LEC   STAFF
10608   HIST-220 -R50   African American History         3   LEC   STAFF
10609   HIT -1010-R50   Medical Terminology              3   LEC   STAFF
10679   HIT -1011-R50   Intro to Health Info Tech        3   LEC   STAFF
10680   HIT -1110-R50   Legal Aspects of Health Inform   2   LEC   STAFF
10681   HIT -1120-R50   Fund of Disease Processes        4   LEC   STAFF
10682   HIT -1130-R50   Coding Classification System I   3   LEC   STAFF
10683   HIT -1140-R50   Computer Appl in Health Inform   3   LEC   STAFF
10881   HIT -2210-R50   Healthcare Quality Management    3   LEC   STAFF
10882   HIT -2220-R50   HealthCare Reimbursement Metho   4   LEC   STAFF
10870   HIT -2230-R50   Adv Coding and Classification    3   LEC   STAFF
10972   HIT -2240-R50   Professional Practice Exp II     3   LEC   STAFF
10973   HIT -2250-R50   Seminar in Health Infor Techno   3   LEC   STAFF
10610   HPRO-2100-R50   Wellness Concepts and Practice   3   LEC   STAFF
10684   HSC -190 -R50   Intro to Human Pathophysiology   3   LEC   STAFF
10611   HTL -110 -R50   Intro to Hospitality Industry    3   LEC   STAFF
10612   HUM -1010-R50   Intro to Humanities I            3   LEC   STAFF
10969   HUM -1020-R50   Intro to Humanities II           3   LEC   STAFF

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10806   INFS-1150-R50   Introduction to Microcomputers   3   LEC   STAFF
10613   INTC-1050-R50   Computer Graphics                3   LEC   STAFF
10614   MATH-1130-R50   College Algebra                  3   LEC   STAFF
10615   MATH-1410-R50   Number Cpts for Elem Education   3   LEC   STAFF
10616   MATH-1420-R50   Geometry for Elem Education      3   LEC   STAFF
10617   MATH-1530-R50   Elementary Prob and Statistics   3   LEC   STAFF
10618   MATH-1630-R50   Finite Mathematics               3   LEC   STAFF
10619   MATH-1710-R50   Precalculus I                    3   LEC   STAFF
10620   MATH-1720-R50   Precalculus II                   3   LEC   STAFF
10621   MATH-1830-R50   Intuitive Calculus               3   LEC   STAFF
10622   MATH-1910-R50   Calculus I                       4   LEC   STAFF
10623   MATH-1920-R50   Calculus II                      4   LEC   STAFF
10624   MATH-2810-R50   Discrete Structure and Reasoni   3   LEC   STAFF
10970   MDT -2100-R50   Photoshop Essentials             3   LEC   STAFF
10626   MKT -2450-R50   E Commerce                       3   LEC   STAFF
10627   MUS -1030-R50   Music Appreciation               3   LEC   STAFF
10971   PHED-1140-R50   Walking for Fitness              2   LEC   STAFF
10629   PHIL-1030-R50   Introduction to Philosophy       3   LEC   STAFF
10630   PHIL-121 -R50   Elementary Ethics                3   LEC   STAFF
10632   PHIL-201 -R50   Intro to World Religions         3   LEC   STAFF
10807   PHIL-2430-R50   Philosophy of Religion           3   LEC   STAFF
10633   PHYS-1030-R50   Concepts of Physics and Lab      4   LEC   STAFF
10965   PHYS-2010-R50   General Physics I with Lab       4   LEC   STAFF
10634   POL -1010-R50   US Government and Politics       3   LEC   STAFF
10635   POL -1020-R50   Intro to Political Science       3   LEC   STAFF
10636   POLS-1501-R50   International Relations          3   LEC   STAFF
10637   PS -2020-R50    State and Local Government       3   LEC   STAFF
10638   PSCI-1010-R50   Survey of Physical Science I     4   LEC   STAFF
10839   PSCI-1020-R50   Survey of Physical Science II    4   LEC   STAFF
10639   PSY -101 -R50   General Psychology I             3   LEC   STAFF
10640   PSYC-2111-R50   Human Growth and Development     3   LEC   STAFF
10641   PY -151 -R50    Psych of Pers Adjustment         3   LEC   STAFF
10642   PY -215 -R50    Child Growth and Development     3   LEC   STAFF
10643   SOC -1010-R50   Introduction to Sociology        3   LEC   STAFF
10644   SOC -1020-R50   Social Problems                  3   LEC   STAFF
10645   SOCI-1120-R50   Intro to Cultural Anthropology   3   LEC   STAFF
10646   SOCI-2000-R50   Marriage and Family              3   LEC   STAFF
10647   SP -110 -R50    Fund of Public Speaking          3   LEC   STAFF
10687   SPAN-1010-R50   Beginning Spanish I              3   LEC   STAFF
10840   SPAN-1020-R50   Beginning Spanish II             3   LEC   STAFF
10648   SPAN-2010-R50   Intermediate Spanish I           3   LEC   STAFF
10649   SPAN-2020-R50   Intermediate Spanish II          3   LEC   STAFF
10689   TELC-2007-R50   Adolescent Learners              3   LEC   STAFF
10844   TELC-2008-R50   Facilitating Learning            3   LEC   STAFF
10650   TELC-2009-R50   Managing the Learning Environ    3   LEC   STAFF
10979   TELC-2011-R50   Teaching and Learning Technolo   3   LEC   STAFF
10966   TELC-2014-R50   Managing Learning Environment    3   LEC   STAFF
10631   THEA-1030-R50   Introduction to Theatre          3   LEC   STAFF
10654   WEB -2811-R50   Advanced Computer Graphics       3   LEC   STAFF
10655   WEB -2812-R50   Advanced Web Page Site Design    3   LEC   STAFF
10656   WMST-2010-R50   Intro to Women Studies           3   LEC   STAFF




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