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CBC Spring Quarter 2006 Class Schedule

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									                                                                                             TABLE OF CONTENTS
Phone Directory / Hours Of Operation  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 3                                                                      Geology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
Calendar / Important Dates .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 4                                                Health Education  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
Campus Map (Pasco)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 5                                     High School Equivalency Program (HEP)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
Campus Map (Richland / Chase Centre)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 6                                                                         Adult Basic Education (ABE)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
Registration Information  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7                                           History  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
Financial Information  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8                                     Human Services .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 36
Refund / Withdrawal Information  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 9                                                            Intercultural Studies .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 36
Grading System  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 10                            Japanese  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 36
Web Registration & Web Tuition Payment  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 11                                                                               Literature  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 36
Web Registration Worksheet  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 12                                                       Machine Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 37
Degree Options  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 13                            Mathematics  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 37
Small Business Development Center (SBDC)  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 14                                                                                      Medical Assistant  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 40
Intramurals  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 14                   Migrant Education Even Start (MEES)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 40
Worker Retraining .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 15                                Music  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 40
CAMP Program  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 15                              Non Destructive Testing (NDT) .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 43
                                                                                                                                                      Nursing  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 43
Credit Classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 6                                                                            Nursing Assistant  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 43
Administrative Office Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 16                                                             Nutrition & Food Science  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 44
Adult Basic Education (ABE)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 18                                                   Paralegal  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 44
Agriculture  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 18                   Paramedic  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 44
Anthropology .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 18                         Parent Education .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 44
Art  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 19   Philosophy  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 45
Astronomy .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 20                   Physical Education Professional .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 45
Auto Body Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 20                                           Physical Education  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 45
Automotive  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 21                    Physics  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 47
Biology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 21           Political Science  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 47
Blueprint Reading  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 22                               Psychology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 47
Business Administration  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 22                                           Reading  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 48
Chemistry  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 24                  Real Estate  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 49
Chinese .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 26            Seniors  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 50
Computer Application  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 26                                           Sociology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 50
Computer Science  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 26                                   Spanish  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 50
Criminal Justice  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 29                          Speech  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 51
Dental Hygiene  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 29                            Theatre Arts  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 52
Early Childhood Education (ECE)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31                                                           Vocational ESL (VESL)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 53
Economics  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31                  Welding Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 53
Education .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31
Emergency Medical  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
                                                                                                                                                      Apprenticeship Programs  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 55
Engineering Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
                                                                                                                                                      Community Education Classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 57
English  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 33
                                                                                                                                                      Distance Learning Classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 58
English As A Second Language (ESL)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34
                                                                                                                                                      Fast Track Classes .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 65
Environmental Science  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34
Fire Science  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34                  Weekend Classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 65
French  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34         Workshop Classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 68
General Engineering  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34                                      Worksource Classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 69
Geography  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35                     Finals Schedule  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 70


        Have you tried the new


Do you have writer’s block?
Confused by your latest math class?                                                       e Writing Center is also part of
If you haven’t already, check-out                                                       the Tutor Center, providing drop-
CBC’s new Tutor and Writing                                                             in help for English and literature
Center located in room S233 of the                                                      courses, and for writing in all
brand new Science and Technology                                                        subjects.
Center.
                                                                                           e Writing Center assists
While the Tutor Center has always                                                       students in all disciplines with
provided assistance in math, it                                                         the writing process. e tutoring
is now offering help in biology,                                                         staff includes English faculty
chemistry and physics. In addition                                                      and student tutors who provide
to the tutors, faculty members are                                                      individual conferences at no
being given release time as well as                                                     charge. Students may bring in an
volunteering office hours to help out                                                     assignment or draft-in-progress
in the tutor center each student is                                                     and tutors will offer suggestions
entitled to ten hours of free private                                                   for developing ideas, revising and
tutoring per quarter.                                                                   editing the paper.
“We wanted to expand the offerings to allow students the       During the week, appointments are not required but
help they need on a regular basis in their most challenging   advisable for drafts eight pages or longer. Monday through
subjects,” says Derek Brandes, director of CBC’s Office of        ursday, tutors also provide online tutorials via email.
Retention.
                                                                e Writing Center
  e Tutor Center has also expanded its hours:
                                                              • Monday- ursday:
✦ Monday, ursday and Friday:                                        8 a.m. – 2:50 p.m.,
      8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
                                                              • Friday, weekends and evenings:
✦ Tuesday and Wednesday:                                              by appointment
       8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
   e Tutor Center is a drop-in center (no
appointment needed) providing more
individualized help in math and science.
    e General Tutoring program, which
is run through CBC’s private tutoring
service, is designed for the non-math or
non-science classes and is arranged on an
individual basis. e program is coordinated
through the Tutor Center.




                                                               Contact the Tutor Center at 547-0511, ext., 2676
                                                               and the Writing Center at 547-0511, ext., 2387.
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                         PHONE DIRECTORY / HOURS OF OPERATION
Columbia Basin College  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (509) 547-0511  . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 a .m . - 4:30 p .m ., Monday – Friday
* Admissions/Registration  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2241, 2799  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a .m . - 6 p .m ., Monday – Tuesday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7:30 a .m . - 4:30 p .m ., Wednesday - Thursday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7:30 a .m . - noon, Friday
      Transcripts  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2243
* Assessment Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2370
  Athletics  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2369
  Bookstore  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2293  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a .m . - 7 p .m ., Monday – Thursday; 7:30 a .m . - 1 p .m ., Friday
  Cafeteria  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2226  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 a .m . - 2 p .m ., Monday – Thursday; 8 a .m . - 1 p .m ., Friday
  Cashier  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2419 or (509) 546-0419
  Campus Security  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 229
      After hours cell phone  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(509) 52-4599
* Career and Employment Services Center  . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2275
      Employment Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2718
      WorkFirst  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2719
      Worker Retraining  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2446
  Chase Centre  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2740 or 2352
* Counseling/Student Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2305 or 2300
  The Resource Center  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2325
      TTY  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(509) 546-0400
  Esvelt Gallery  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2374 or 2331
* Financial Aid  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2304
      Veterans’ Services  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2579
  Fitness Center  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2258  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 a .m . - 7 p .m ., Monday – Thursday; 6 a .m . - 5 p .m ., Friday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Closed Saturday & Sunday
  Intramural/Wellness Program  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2228 or 2522
  KIOSK hours of operation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a .m . - 8 p .m ., Monday – Friday
  Library  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2287  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a .m . - 9 p .m ., Monday – Thursday; 7:30 a .m . - 5 p .m ., Friday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          9 a .m . - 5 p .m ., Saturday
  Minority Business Counselor  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2430
  Outreach Office  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2257
  President’s Office  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2202
  Student Employment  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2275
  Student Programs  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2223
      ASCBC Executive Council  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2392
      Program Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2236
      Student Activities  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2223
* Student Support Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2713
  Switchboard  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 a .m . - 7:15 p .m ., Monday – Thursday; 7 a .m . - 4:30 p .m ., Friday
  Tutoring Center  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2712  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a .m . - 3 p .m ., Monday – Friday; 6 p .m . - 8 p .m ., Tues . & Weds .
  Writing Center  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext . 2387  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a .m . - 2 p .m ., Monday – Thursday and by appointment
Small Business Development Center  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(509) 735-6222




                               * Please call for hours of operation.


                                                                                                                                                                                       Columbia Basin College complies with the spirit and letter of state and federal laws, regulations and
                  Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in all college sponsored events                                                                          executive orders pertaining to civil rights, equal opportunity and affirmative action. CBC does not
                  and programs. If you have a disability and require an accommodation, please contact                                                                                  discriminate on the basis of gender, race, national origin, religion, age, marital status, physical, mental or
                  the CBC Resource Center, (509) 547-0511, ext. 2252, or TTY/TDD at (509) 546-0400.                                                                                    sensory disability, sexual orientation or Vietnam veteran status in its educational programs or employment.
                  This notice is available in alternative media by request.                                                                                                            Questions may be referred to Camillia Glatt, Affirmative Action Officer, (509) 547-0511, ext. 2348.


                            CALENDAR / IMPORTANT DATES
        February 2006                                      February 13          Registration - This is the first day for currently registered winter students
                                                                                to begin registration for spring quarter . Registration priority is based on
Su     M          T   W     Th      F         Sa                                total earned credits .
                                                                                (State and college employees, seniors, and those registering for ESL, ABE and PED classes cannot
         1                  2    3            4                                 register by WEB Registration)

5 6 7 8                     9    10           11           February 27          Not currently enrolled student advising/registration
12 13 14 15                 16   17           18           March 20             Open advising/registration
19 20 21 22                 23   24           25
                                                           March 21             Call-in tuition due by 2:30 p .m .
26 27 28                                           !$      March 23             Web E-check and walk-in tuition due by 2:30 p .m .
                                                                                         (If you register after tuition due date, tuition is due at time of registration .)


            March 2006                                     April 3              First day of Spring Quarter
Su     M          T   W     Th      F         Sa
                      1     2    3            4    !       April 5              LAST day to ADD a class
                                                                                by Web and without instructor’s signature .

5    6           7    8     9    10           11
                                                   !$
                                                           April 7              LAST day to ADD a class with instructor’s signature .
                                                                                LAST day for (up to) 100% REFUND of eligible tuition and fees .*
12   13          14   15    16   17           18                                (except Title IV recipients) .
19   20          21   22    23   24           25
26   27          28
                      End


                      29    30   31
                                                   !       April 14             LAST day to change from AUDIT to CREDIT (10th day) .


                                                   $       April 24             LAST day to receive 50% REFUND of eligible tuition and fees .*
                                                                                (except Title IV recipients) .
                 April 2006
                                                           May 29               HOLIDAY (No evening classes) .
Su     M          T   W     Th      F         Sa
                                              1    !       May 26               LAST day to change from CREDIT to AUDIT (40th day) .
                                                                                LAST day to WITHDRAW without receiving “0 .0” grade *(40th day) .
2
     Beginning

     3           4    5     6    7            8
                                                           June 4, 5, 6      FINALS
9    10          11   12    13   14           15
                                                           June 16              Last day of Spring Quarter
16   17          18   19    20   21           22
                                                           June 21              KIOSK grades available
23   24          25   26    27   28           29
30                                                         June 26              Summer Quarter classes begin

                                                           * See REFUND and WITHDRAWAL procedures on Page 9 .
                 May 2006
Su     M          T   W     Th      F         Sa
     1           2    3     4    5            6
7    8           9    10    11   12           13                   Have you registered for FYI?
14   15          16   17    18   19           20                             First Year Introduction
                                                                    Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new,
21   22          23   24    25   26           27                   Running Start, degree and certificate seeking students .
28   29          30   31
                                                                              New Student
                 June 2006                                                Advising Registration
Su     M          T   W     Th      F         Sa                      ✔ Required for priority advising and registration!
                            1    2 3                                  ✔ Plan ahead! Get the RIGHT information!
                                                                      ✔ Call CBC 547-0511 ext . 2305 or ext . 2300!
4    5           6    7     8    9 10
                                                       Beginning             End of                     Holiday                    Employee                       Final
11   12          16   14    15
                                 Graduation

                                 16 17
                                    End
                                                       of Quarter            Quarter                (College Closed)               Inservice                     Exams
                                                                                                                                (non attendance
18   19          20   21    22   23 24                                                                                            for students)
                                                           Qtr                 Finals                                                                               Finals

25
     Beginning

     26          27   28    29   30                       Begins
                                                                               10
                                                                                End


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    CAMPUS MAP (PASCO)




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CAMPUS MAP (RICHLAND / CHASE CENTRE)




                                    Columbia Basin College
                                     Parking Regulations
                             Student parking is identified by WHITE striped
                              lines on all paved parking lots . Parked vehicles must
                              be completely within the white lines, no parking in
                              paved lots except within the white lines . Violators
                              will be ticketed .
                           2 Vehicles may not be over the white lines of parking
                              space at any point .
                            Vehicles must be parked head in only . NO BACKED
                              IN PARKING PERMITTED .
                           4 No vehicle may be parked outside of designated
                              parking lots . NO PARKING ON STREETS .
                           5 Paved parking spaces with YELLOW STRIPING are
                              reserved for faculty and staff only . No student or
                              visitor parking permitted at any time .
                           6 Visitor parking south of the Administration Bldg . is
                              reserved for temporary guests to conduct business .
                              No student parking permitted at any time .
                           7 Handicap parking reserved for Washington State
                              Certified Handicapped individuals only . Violators
                              will be fined $50 .
                           8 Washington State Certified Vehicles may use handi-
                              cap space only when handicapped passenger is
                              present at time vehicle is parked .
                           9 Parking behind the Vocational Bldg . is limited to
                              those vehicles currently being worked on by shop
                              students . No other parking permitted .
                           0 15-minute parking only in administration building
                              “loop” (south side of Administration building) .
                            15-minute parking only for vendors in north ad-
                              ministration parking lot .
                               WARNING:
                               Failure to pay any parking citation will re-
                               sult in grades and transcripts being with-
                               held and registration for the following quar-
                               ter denied until payment has been made.
                                   For more information, contact
                                  CBC Security, 547-05, ext . 229 .


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                            REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Students planning to                                               4      ADVISING
                                                                          Advising is the process in which a student, with the

 pursue a degree or                                                assistance of an academic advisor/counselor, selects courses
                                                                   according to his or her educational goals . Therefore, all new

 certificate program
                                                                   students seeking a degree or certificate must meet with an
                                                                   academic advisor/counselor prior to registration .


 must complete the                                                 5      REGISTRATION
                                                                           Registration is the process following advising and
                                                                   course selection . Students may register using web registra-
   following steps                                                 tion at http://www .columbiabasin .edu/student (see page 11)
                                                                   or by completing a registration form at the Admissions/Reg-

  to formalize their                                               istration office on the Pasco campus .
                                                                   If you have a diagnosed disability, please contact The Re-

  admission to CBC.                                                source Center for special accommodations at 547-0511, ext .
                                                                   2252, or TTY (509) 546-0400 .
                                                                   The final step in admission/advising/registration procedures


1
                                                                   is payment of tuition and fees (See page 8) .


                                                                   6
       ADMISSIONS
        Student who are NOT currently enrolled need to sub-
                                                                          RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS
                                                                          A resident student is one who is a U .S . citizen and has
mit to the Admissions Office a State of Washington Commu-
                                                                   met specific requirements to demonstrate permanent resi-
nity college Application . An Admissions Application Form
                                                                   dence in the state of Washington .* Permanent residence in
may be downloaded and printed at www .columbiabasin .
                                                                   the state of Washington is evidenced by physical presence in
edu . A $26 nonrefundable application processing fee must
                                                                   the state as well as having a sufficient number of permanent
be submitted with the application . Certain professional/tech-
                                                                   Washington documents . Documentation should be dated 1
nical programs have specific entrance requirements and ad-
                                                                   year and 1 day prior to the commencement of the quarter for
ditional admissions procedures . Students interested should
                                                                   which a student is applying for residency status .
contact the Admissions staff for assistance in enrolling .
Students returning after an absence of more than twelve            These documents can include:
months must submit a new Application for Admissions with           ❖ Voter’s Registration
the $26 nonrefundable application processing fee . They must       ❖ Washington State Driver’s License
also submit transcripts of any college courses taken since last    ❖ Car Registration
attending CBC .


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                                                                   ❖ Bank Accounts
       REQUEST TRANSCRIPTS FROM COLLEGES                           ❖ Federal Tax Return (required)
       PREVIOUSLY ATTENDED                                         Students wishing to change their residency classification
If you are new to Columbia Basin College but have previously       must complete a residency questionnaire and provide neces-
attended other colleges, unofficial or official transcripts will   sary documentation . Application for reclassification prior to
be needed to help plan your first term’s schedule, and to de-      registration into classes is preferred . Application for a change
termine whether you have already successfully completed            in classification will be accepted up to the 30th calendar day
classes that might exempt you from taking math and Eng-            from the start of the quarter . Applications made after the 30th
lish skills placement . Official transcripts from other colleges   day are reviewed for the next quarter . The burden of proof
attended will be required for Financial Aid purposes and to        that a student, parent, or legally appointed guardian has es-
determine your eligibility for an Associate of Arts and Science    tablished a domicile in the state of Washington primarily for
Degree, an Associate of Applied Science degree, and a one-         purposes other than education lies with the student .
year certificate .                                                 *Special regulations may apply to some eligible non-citizens,

3      ASSESSMENT/TESTING
       Students who have not yet successfully completed a
college level English composition or math course will be re-
                                                                   Washington higher education employees, and to military per-
                                                                   sonnel and their dependents stationed in the state of Wash-
                                                                   ington . For further information, contact the Admissions/Reg-
                                                                   istration Services Department (509) 547-0511, ext . 2300 .
quired to complete the ASSET/COMPASS prior to enrolling in
an English or math course .




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                                                     FINANCIAL INFORMATION
7          PAYMENT
              See Calendar on page 4 for payment schedule .
   Checks returned because of stop payment or insufficient funds will be
charged the current service fee and will result in further collection processes.
                                                                                                                                                     8         STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES
                                                                                                                                                             If you have not yet completed the Free Application for
                                                                                                                                                     Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you should do so immediately .
                                                                                                                                                     Applicants must have all requested information submitted
                                  TUITION AND FEES:                                                                                                  to the Student Financial Services Office no later than Febru-
                                2005-2006 Academic Year                                                                                              ary 2, 2006, in order to determine financial aid eligibility for
      Tuition is set by the State Board for Community & Technical Colleges
                       which acts upon legislative authority .                                                                                       Spring Quarter 2006 . Applications received after the February
                            Rates are subject to change.
                                                              Non                                                F-1 Visa
                                                                                                                                                     28 deadline will be reviewed to determine eligibility in the or-
                                   Resident                Washington                                         International                          der received . All late applicants should be prepared to pay for
                                                            Resident                                         Non-US Citizens
   Per Credit Charges:
                                                                                                                                                     tuition, fees and books should eligibility not be determined
  State Tuition Operating Fee       57 .55                    77 .55                                                    216 .05
                                                                                                                                                     by appropriate due dates . The FAFSA application is available
                                                                                                                                                     at the Student Financial Services Office in the Student Ser-
   State Tuition Building Fee        7 .05                    20 .25                                                     20 .25
                                                                                                                                                     vices Center on the Pasco campus, or on the web at www .
      Student Activity Fee           6 .05                     6 .05                                                       6 .05
                                                                                                                                                     fafsa .ed .gov .
      CBC Technology Fee             3 .00                     3 .00                                                       3 .00
                                                                                                                                                     Once you have applied for financial aid, you may check your
    CBC Comprehensive Fee            1 .55                     1 .55                                                       1 .55
                                                                                                                                                     status by accessing the Web at www .columbiabasin .edu . Go
     Total Per Each Credit          75 .20                   08 .40                                                   246 .90
                                                                                                                                                     to the KIOSK link, then to Financial Aid Inquiry . You will need
   Per Credit Charges:
           Student                                                                                                                                   your Student ID Number and your Pin Number (your birth
        Auditorium Fee              17 .50                    17 .50                                                     17 .50
   Total Charges Per Credit:
                                                                                                                                                     date) . For additional information, call 547-0511, Ext . 2304 .
               1                     92 .70                  125 .90                                                   264 .40
               2                    167 .90                  234 .30                                                   511 .30
               3                    243 .10                  342 .70                                                   758 .20
               4                    318 .30                  451 .10                                                  1005 .10


                                                                                                                                                               Think 2006-2007.
               5                    393 .50                   559 .50                                                 1252 .00
               6                    468 .70                   667 .90                                                 1498 .90
               7                    543 .90                   776 .30                                                 1745 .80
               8                    619 .10                   884 .70                                                 1992 .70
               9
               10
                                    694 .30
                                    769 .50
                                                              993 .10
                                                             1101 .50
                                                                                                                      2239 .60
                                                                                                                      2486 .50
                                                                                                                                                         Apply for Financial Aid early.
               11                   789 .85                  1121 .85                                                 2510 .65
               12
               13
                                    810 .20
                                    830 .55
                                                             1142 .20
                                                             1162 .55
                                                                                                                      2534 .80
                                                                                                                      2558 .95
                                                                                                                                                               See Financial Aid Office for
               14
               15
                                    850 .90
                                    871 .25
                                                             1182 .90
                                                             1203 .25
                                                                                                                      2583 .10
                                                                                                                      2607 .25
                                                                                                                                                                FAFSA Workshop dates.
               16                   890 .05                  1222 .05                                                 2629 .85
               17                   908 .85                  1240 .85                                                 2652 .45
               18                   927 .65                  1259 .65                                                 2675 .05
      Per Credit Over 8             64 .60                   97 .80                                                    236 .30                              STEPP: Student TuitionEasy Pay Plan
                                                                                                                                                         A payment plan is offered for students who wish to spread their
The above schedule of tuition and fees includes comprehensive and technology fees as well as special                                                     tuition payments into monthly installments . Payments are due the
fees levied by the Associated Student Body of Columbia Basin College . Special course and/or labo-
ratory fees may apply to certain courses and will result in additional charges . See course materials .
                                                                                                                                                         first of each month . Students may enroll for a single quarter (3 pay-
Special Tuition Rates                                                                                                                                    ments) or for the academic year (9 payments) . The plan is also avail-
    Course Challenge                                                   $15 .00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Per credit       able summer quarter (3 payments) . There is an enrollment fee of
    Preschool Co-operatives/Parent Education                           $11 .00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Per credit       $37 . Continuing to make monthly payments for future quarters will
    High School Completion (including non-resident)                    $11 .00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Per credit
    Industrial First Aid (1 credit)                                    $64 .60
                                                                                                                                                         avoid the assessment of additional plan enrollment fees . Late fees
    Journeyman (up to 2 credits)                                       $64 .60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Per credit       apply to payments received after the due date . See the cashier for
                                                                                                                                                         information and to enroll in the plan .
    ESL (English as a Second Language)                              $25 per quarter
    ABE (Adult Basic Education)                                     $25 per quarter
    GED Preparation                                                 $25 per quarter
              *The above tuition charges do not include college fees which may apply .
                 *Students enrolled in 10 or more regular college credits will not be
                          charged additional tuition for Parent Ed courses .                                                                                                                 Admission Rules
Special Fees                                                                                                                                          1 . In accordance with WAC 131-12-010, any applicant for admission to Columbia Basin College
    Gen’l Ed Development Level Test (GED)                              $75 .00 retake $15 .00                                                         shall be admitted when, as determined by the chief administrative officer or his/her designee,
    Placement Tests                                                    $20 .00 retake $10 .00                                                         such applicant:
    Proctered Exam Fee                                                 $20 .00                                                                             A . is competent to profit from the curricular offerings of the college; and
                                                                                                                                                           B . would not, by his or her presence or conduct, create a disruptive atmosphere within
    Nursing Test (TEAS)                                                $40 .00
                                                                                                                                                               the college inconsistent with the purposes of the institution; and
    Malpractice Insurance (Health Programs)                            $19 .00 - $30 .00
                                                                                                                                                           C . is eighteen years of age or older; or
    Distance Learning Fee                                              $30 .00 - $32 .00  . . . . . . . . . . . .Per class
                                                                                                                                                           D . is a high school graduate; or
    Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials)                     $10 .50 - $32 .00  . . . . . . . . . . . .Per lab
                                                                                                                                                           E . has applied for admission under the provisions of a student enrollment program such
    Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials)                      $5 .00 - $15 .00  . . . . . . . . . . . .Per credit                                    as Running Start or a successor program, or other local student enrollment options
                                                                                                                                                               program .
                    *These fees are in addition to regular tuition and fees charged                                                                   2 . Those students aged 16 and over who meet the provisions of Title III -- Adult Education Pro-
                              by the college and are subject to change.                                                                               gram may enroll in certain adult basic education classes . Individuals admitted into such classes
                                                                                                                                                      will be allowed to continue as long as they are able to demonstrate, through measurable aca-
         Students are encouraged to pay tuition & fees at                                                                                             demic progress, an ability to benefit .
                                                                                                                                                      The college does not desire to replace or duplicate the functions of the local public school, so
                       time of registration.                                                                                                          admission exceptions are rare . Persons may appeal for special admissions through the office
                                                                                                                                                      of Admissions and Registration . Criteria for granting an appeal are: competency in academic
            Please see calendar for tuition due dates.                                                                                                skills, ability to benefit in an adult learning environment and unique artistic or technical talent .
           Past due accounts will be sent to collection.
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                          REFUND / WITHDRAWAL INFORMATION
                               REFUNDS                                                                   WITHDRAWAL POLICY
 (Please see Administrative Policy Manual for full text of policy.)
CBC will refund tuition and refundable fees if official with-
                                                                                                          AND PROCEDURES
drawal from college or course(s) occurs within the specified                                   Withdrawal from a course must be initiated by the stu-
time frame listed below . Certain fees are non-refundable or                                   dent by using Web Registration or submitting a Sched-
refundable only if withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of                                 ule Change form to the registration office before the
instruction . The “first day of instruction” is defined as the first                           deadlines published in the quarterly class schedule .
day of scheduled classes for the quarter . “Instruction days”                                  Students are encouraged to meet with their counselor
are Monday through Friday . “Calendar days” are all days in-                                   or advisor and instructor prior to withdrawing from a
cluding weekend days and holidays . If a deadline for refund                                   class or from college . The counselor or advisor will re-
falls on a weekend day or a holiday on which the college is                                    view with the student the implications of withdrawing
closed, the deadline will be the next weekday that the col-                                    and other possible options .
lege is open for business .
REFUND EXCEPTIONS:                                                                             Any student receiving financial aid is advised to speak
 . Non-Refundable Fees                                                                        with Financial Services staff prior to withdrawing from a
       The application fee is non-refundable. The auditorium fee, per-                         class, as there may be a negative impact on a student’s
       credit comprehensive fee, and lab fees are not refundable unless                        ability to receive financial aid in the future and the stu-
       withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of instruction.
2 . Small Balance Refund Amount
                                                                                               dent may owe a return of funds .
       No refund checks will be processed for credit balances that                             The institution sets final withdrawal deadlines based
       are less than $25 . These refunds may be applied to future CBC                          upon 75 percent of the scheduled class meetings . A
       charges or redeemed in cash from the Cashier’s Office (cash
       balances permitting) .                                                                  student may withdraw from a full-term course with
 . Special Courses                                                                            no record on the transcript if the withdrawal has been
       The refund policy may not apply to contract classes, continuing                         processed before the 11th day of the quarter . A student
       education classes or other courses or workshops on special                              withdrawing from a full-term course after the 10th day
       schedules .                                                                             but before the 41st day of the quarter shall have a “W”
4 . Title IV Federal Financial Assistance
       Students receiving Title IV federal financial assistance should
                                                                                               recorded on their transcript . For summer quarter and all
       refer to Financial Services for adding, dropping and withdrawal                         alternative class schedules (i .e . fast track courses), call
       policies . Federal regulations supercede CBC’s refund policy .                          the registration office for withdrawal deadlines .
Warning: Withdrawal may result in the student owing amounts
                                                                                               Types of withdrawals:
to the Title IV program AND to CBC. Consult the Financial Services
                                                                                               ❖ Student withdrawal: initiated by the student . A Peti-
Office AND the Cashier’s Office before withdrawing.
                                                                                               tion for Exception may be submitted by the student re-
                                                                                               questing an official withdrawal after withdrawal dead-
                                                                                               lines . The petition must be submitted to the Admissions
                                                                                               and Registration office . Circumstances for the request
                                                                                               need to be documented . If approved, a “W” will be re-
                                  CBC will refund tuition & refundable fees                    corded on the transcript .
    REFUNDS                            if official withdrawal occurs:
                                                                                               ❖ Administrative withdrawal: initiated by the instructor .
                                up to 00% REFUND                up to 50% REFUND
     FULL SESSIONS                  (On or Before)                  (On or Before)
                                                                                               Withdrawal may be the result of excessive absences or,
                                                                                               if in the instructor’s opinion, further participation in the
                                                               6th day of the quarter and
       Fall, Winter, Spring       5th day of the quarter
                                                               within first 20 calendar days   class will be of little value to the student and/or detri-
                                                               4th day of the quarter and      mental to the best interest of the class .
            Summer                3rd day of the quarter
                                                               within first 15 calendar days

                                up to 00% REFUND                up to 50% REFUND
      Mini-Sessions                 (On or Before)                  (On or Before)

                                                                3rd day of the session and
      Half-quarter courses        2nd day of the session
                                                               within first 10 calendar days

                                                               3rd day of the session and
       Four-week courses          2nd day of the session
                                                               within first 7 calendar days



                                                                                                Have you registered for FYI?
                                                               2nd day of the session and
      Three-week courses          1st day of the session
                                                               within first 5 calendar days


       Two-week courses           1st day of the session        2nd or 3rd day of session                 First Year Introduction
                                                                                                  Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new,
    One-week or less courses   Before 1st day of the session    On 1st day of the session
                                                                                                 Running Start, degree and certificate seeking students .
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                                                    MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
                              GRADING SYSTEM                                                                                                       Records and Transcripts
 Columbia Basin College uses the decimal grading system . Quarter                                                                        Student Access to Educational Records
 grades will be posted as numbers, (e .g . 3 .3 rather than traditional let-                                                             The college may release certain student directory information with-
 ter grades of A, B, C, D, and F .) A “Y” grade indicates no grade was                                                                   out student consent . Such information may include student name,
 reported . A “Z” grade will be awarded rather than a “0 .0” grade for                                                                   address, date of birth, major field of study, quarter of attendance, de-
 students who do not meet minimum course requirements in buy-                                                                            grees and awards received, previously attended educational institu-
 time options, clinicals, cooperative work educational programs,                                                                         tions, participation in activities and sports and weight and height of
 practicums, workshops and courses numbered 99 and below (except                                                                         members of athletic teams . The college provides to military recruit-
 MTH 91, 95 & ENG 99) . The decimal grading scale and the letter grade                                                                   ers the additional information of the student’s home telephone list-
 equivalents are as follows .                                                                                                            ing . Students who do not want their directory information released
                              Decimal                                                      Letter                                        without their consent must file a Non-disclosure Request to Admis-
                                                                                                                                         sions and Registration Department . The request will be honored for
                              Grades                                                       Grade
                                                                                                                                         one year . Students must renew their requests annually .
                              4 .0 - 3 .8                                                    A
                              3 .7 - 3 .5                                                    A-                                          The provisions of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FER-
                                                                                                                                         PA) also establish the right of students to inspect and review their
                              3 .4 - 3 .2                                                    B+                                          education records and provide guidelines for the correction of in-
                              3 .1 - 2 .9                                                    B                                           accurate or misleading data through informal and formal processes .
                              2 .8 - 2 .6                                                    B-                                          Contact the Admissions and Registration Department for details and
                              2 .5 - 2 .3                                                    C+                                          assistance with this process .
                              2 .2 - 2 .0                                                    C                                           Access to academic transcripts, and ability to register, may be
                              1 .9 - 1 .6                                                    C-                                          blocked if a student has not complied with college financial, aca-
                              1 .5 - 1 .3                                                    D+                                          demic or disciplinary directives . Other records may also be withheld
                              1 .2 - 1 .0                                                    D                                           by the Security Office if there is a concern about compromising a
                                                                                                                                         criminal investigation .
                              0 .9 - 0 .7                                                    D-
                                  0 .0                                                       F
                                                                                                                                                                 GOLD CARD
                                                                                                                                         A gold card is an identification card issued to senior citizens (age 60
                        SOCIAL SECURITY                                                                                                  and over), upon application . It serves as an identification card to fa-

                       NUMBER DISCLOSURE                                                                                                 cilitate registration and admittance to selected Columbia Basin Col-
                                                                                                                                         lege classes and events .
    “Student’s social security number is confidential and, under a
                                                                                                                                         Gold card holders are eligible to enroll in CBC classes, with the ex-
    federal law called the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act,
                                                                                                                                         ception of special-fee and self-support classes, such as those offered
    the college will protect it from unauthorized use . Disclosure
                                                                                                                                         through Community Education . Enrollment can begin the third day
    may be authorized for the purposes of state and federal aid,
                                                                                                                                         of each quarter, based on space availability, on an audit basis, with
    Hope/Lifetime Learning tax credits, academics, transcripts, or                                                                       no grade for the class . The basic fee is $1 .00 per class plus $1 .50 per
    accountability research .”                                                                                                           credit comprehensive fees and/or lab fees, if applicable, with a limit
                                                                                                                                         of two classes per quarter . With the exception of summer quarter,

                   EMERGENCY MESSAGES                                                                                                    gold card holders may attend Columbia Basin College sponsored
                                                                                                                                         events, music and drama presentations, athletics, guest speakers
 Messages are delivered to students during class only in case of                                                                         and campus entertainment at no cost .
 a life-threatening emergency . Messages regarding other medi-
                                                                                                                                         Senior Citizen Community Education classes are also available for
 cal emergencies are delivered between classes if possible . Due
                                                                                                                                         seniors . Gold Card cannot be used for senior classes . Please check
 to the size of the student body and limited staff, other messages
                                                                                                                                         the class schedule for fees, or call Community Education at 547-0511,
 cannot be delivered . To leave an emergency message, call Secu-
                                                                                                                                         ext . 2225 for further information .
 rity at (509) 547-0511, ext . 2219 .
                                                                                                                                         To obtain a gold card, please contact Debbie Risk, Columbia Basin
                                                                                                                                         College (547-0511, ext . 2436) . Applications are available at the Pasco
                                DRUG & ALCOHOL ABUSE                                                                                     campus .
 In compliance with public law 101-226, the Drug Free School and
 Communities Act Amendment of 1989, Columbia Basin College                                                                               Community College District #19 provides equal opportunity in education
 is legally required and morally committed to the prevention of                                                                          and employment and does not discriminate upon the basis of race, color,
 illicit drug use and abuse of alcohol by students . CBC, in compli-                                                                     national origin, sex or handicap in accordance with Title VI of the Civil
 ance with federal law, is prepared to educate and inform students                                                                       Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and
 of the health risks associated with the use of various illicit drugs                                                                    Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1974 .
 and abuse of alcohol, to refer them to counseling and treatment                                                                         Class schedules for Columbia Basin College are published quarterly by
 resources, and to inform them of legal penalties for noncompli-                                                                         CBC . Every effort is made to provide accurate information . Policies, class
 ance . Assistance is available through the counseling center .                                                                          and fee information contained herein, however, may have changed sub-
                                                                                                                                         sequent to the time of publication . Students are therefore advised to con-
                                                                                                                                         sult with the counseling office or with the appropriate college division for
Columbia Basin College complies with the spirit and letter of state and federal laws, regulations and executive orders pertaining
to civil rights, equal opportunity and affirmative action. CBC does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, national origin,      any possible corrections or revisions .
religion, age, marital status, physical, mental or sensory disability, sexual orientation or Vietnam veteran status in its educational
programs or employment. Questions may be referred to Camilla Glatt, Affirmative Action Officer, (509) 547-0511, ext. 2348.
                                                                                                                                                 State Employees Tuition Waiver Program
               Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in all college sponsored events and programs. If you
                                                                                                                                           Contact the office of Admissions and Registration for policies and
               have a disability and require an accommodation, please contact the CBC Resource Center, (509) 547-0511,
               ext. 2252, or TTY/TDD at (509) 546-0400. This notice is available in alternative media by request.                          procedures . (547-0511, ext . 2799)

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         WEB REGISTRATION & WEB TUITION PAYMENT
How do you register for classes?
  ✓     Read the Student Bulletin daily to find out when registration begins .
  ✓     Check your registration access time . This is the time you can begin to register . It is NOT an
        appointment with a counselor .
  ✓     Decide which classes you need to take . Quarterly class schedules are available on campus or on the
        web at www.columbiabasin.edu/schedules/
  ✓     Students on academic probation must meet with a counselor to register . Call the Counseling and
        Student Development Office at 547-0511, ext . 2305 to schedule appointment . You will need to know
        your access time to make an appointment .
  ✓     Use the Schedule Planner or Web Registration to register for your classes . See information below .
  ✓     Pay your tuition by the deadline published in the Quarterly Class Schedule . It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to pay your tuition by the deadline or drop
        classes . Should you fail to pay your tuition or drop classes, you risk the possibility of receiving failing grades and/or being sent to collection .
  ✓     If you are on a wait list for a class, check your schedule daily . This is the only way you will know when you have been added to a class . The wait list
        process will be discontinued after the date tuition is due .

Schedule Planner
  1 .   Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” top right side of the screen .
  2 .   Click on “Schedule Planner”.
  3 .   Select the quarter from the drop-down box and click “Select Courses” .
  4 .   Reserve the times you are not available for classes by clicking individual boxes in the time grid . You can also reserve the hour for every day by
        clicking in the far right column or whole day by clicking the column heading .
  5 .   Type in course(s) you need or click on “View Course List” to select courses from an alphabetical listing .
            Note: Use four-digit numbers for course numbers. Lecture courses end in zero, lab courses end with a one. For example, to enter English Composition (ENG
                    101), type in “ENG 1010”. Course numbered under 100, should be entered with a leading zero (MTH 95 would be entered as “MTH 0950”).
  6 .   Click on “Submit Selections”.
  7 .   Select the desired course(s) and click “Register”.
  8 .   This will take you to Web Registration and enter the line numbers for the courses you selected . Go to step 3 below .

Web Registration
  1 .   Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” top right side of the screen .
  2 .   Click on “Web Registration.”
  3 .   Enter your Student I .D . number and PIN .
  4 .   Click “Register.”
  5 .   A reminder of the tuition due date will be displayed . If you are registering after this date, tuition is due at the time of registration . Click “Continue” .
  6 .   On the welcome screen, verify your name and the quarter . Click “Continue”.
  7 .   The registration process will continue . The course(s) you selected will be processed . You can also add and drop classes from this screen . Click
        “Finish” when completed .
  8 .   Click “View My Schedule” to print your schedule .
  9 .   If you are at a public terminal, be sure to close the browser to protect your privacy .

Web Tuition Payment
Web E-payment – Avoid long lines and busy phone lines!
Web E-payment is now available to pay your outstanding tuition and fees . You must use your checking account number and bank routing number as found on your
personal check . (Help screens on the website will show you exactly how to enter the information .)
NOTE: Your checking account number must be used . Debit and credit card numbers will be returned as invalid accounts . Accounts that are invalid, closed,
or with insufficient funds to process the transaction will be charged a fee in accordance with CBC’s Returned Check Policy ($10 for insufficient funds, $30
for invalid or closed accounts) .
Please call the Cashier’s Office at 546-0419 if you have questions or need help using Web E-payment .
   1 . Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” top right side of the screen .
   2 . Click on “Web E-payment.”
   3 . Enter your Student I .D . number and your name .
   4 . Choose the quarter for which you are paying or “all charges” from the drop down box .
   5 . Review the charge information and verify that the Student I .D . number is correct .
   6 . Click on “Make Payment” to be directed to a secure site with US Bank (CBC’s bank) to complete the transaction .
   7 . You will be asked to register on the bank’s site . Your banking information is kept confidential on the bank site . CBC will not gain access to your bank-
        ing information by using this service .
   8 . Payment will not be made until you check the “confirm” box on the bank’s website . Once you have pressed confirm please do not “confirm” the pay-
        ment again or it will post twice . Your payment, if made on the web before 3:00 pm, will be posted to your CBC account the next business day . Pay-
        ments made after 3:00 pm will be posted the second business day from your web payment . See note below regarding tuition due dates .
   NOTE: For tuition due date deadlines CBC will honor payments that are pending with the bank before the deadline but have not yet been posted to the
        CBC system .

                      KIOSK hours 8 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday - Friday



                                                                    WEB REGISTRATION
               If you have any questions, please call the registration office at 547-0511, ext. 2799.
                                                                          Schedule Planning Worksheet
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             7 a .m .

             8 a .m .

             9 a .m .

           10 a .m .

           11 a .m .

          12 p .m .

             1 p .m .

             2 p .m .

             3 p .m .

             4 p .m .

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             6 p .m .

             7 p .m .

                                                                                  Registration Worksheet
            Item #                                           Course                                           Credits                            Days/Time                                   Location




                                                                                                Terminology
Registration/Register  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Signing up for classes .
Access Time  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The time you can begin to register for classes .
Student ID Number  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .College-assigned, nine-digit number .
PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Initially set to your six-digit birth date (MMDDYY) .
                                                                                                                     Protect your privacy by personalizing your PIN.
Item Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Four-digit number assigned to each class .
Line Number  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Same as Item Number .
Variable Credit Class  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Class that allows you to enroll in a range of credits .
Prerequisite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A class, skill or knowledge requirement that must be achieved before taking some courses .
Entry Code  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A code you will need to override a prerequisite for a class or when instructor permission is required
                                                                                                                     to enroll in a class . This can be obtained from the instructor of the class or the division office .


                                                                                                                                                                                                                       2
                                              DEGREE OPTIONS
                               Associate in Applied Science Degree
                                                           (Employment Preparation)
     Administrative Office Technology                  Business Administration                         Human Services
               Accounting                                 Computer Science                            Machine Technology
       AG Business Management                               Criminal Justice                            Nursing (ADN)
         Agriculture Production                             Dental Hygiene                                 Paralegal
        Agri-Chemical Business                        Early Childhood Education                           Paramedic
         Autobody Technology                           Engineering Technology                         Welding Technology
        Automotive Technology                                 Fire Science


                              Associate in Arts & Science Degree
                                         (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B .A . or B .S .)
              Accounting                                 Foreign Languages                                    Music
                  Art                                      General Studies                                  Nursing
        Business Administration                     Health and Physical Education                         Philosophy
            Criminal Justice                              Home Economics                                Political Science
                Drama                                          History                                    Psychology
              Economics                                     Management                                   Public Affairs
         Elementary Education                                Marketing                                Secondary Education
                English                                     Mathematics                                    Sociology
               Fine Arts                                 Medical Technology                            Special Education


         Associate in Science                                                    Associate in Science
                      (Transfer Degree)                                                          (Transfer Degree)
           (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B .S .)                              (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B .S .)
                     Engineering                                                             Biological Sciences
                   Computer Science                                                              Chemistry
                        Physics                                                            Enviromental Sciences
                  Atmospheric Sciences                                                       Resource Sciences
                                                                                         Ecology and Earth Sciences


                                    Pre-Professional Preparation
            Pre-Chiropractic                                     Pre-Medical                                Pre-Veterinary
               Pre-Dental                                      Pre-Optometry
                Pre-Law                                        Pre-Pharmacy




          Advising at your
            Fingertips

 www.columbiabasin.edu/advising


                                             SBDC / INTRAMURALS
                                      CBC-SBDC 2006
                            SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
                               90 N Colorado Street Kennewick, WA 996 (509) 75-6222
The SBDC is a no-fee service agency, funded by Columbia Basin                  Our schedule generally includes the following classes:
College, the Washington Small Business Development Center,                       Payroll (Hands on with QuickBooks)
and located at and supported by TRIDEC .                                         Marketing and Advertising
We provide assistance to entrepreneurs, independent business own-                Market Research & Analysis
ers and managers interested in developing, improving or expanding                Customer Relations
their business . Coaching is available in a variety of areas from devel-         Financing for Your Business
oping a business, marketing or financial planning, to interviewing and           Hiring for Success
hiring, training, customer service and computer applications for busi-           Developing Your Employee Handbook
nesses . Services include one-on-one counseling, networking, educa-              Legal Issues in Human Resources
tion programs and access to innovative assessment programs, patent-              Time and Office Management
ing information, and marketing research . Contact us at 735-6222 Ext .           How to Buy, Sell, or Evaluate Your Business
235 for more information .                                                       How to do Business with the Government
                                                                                 Tax Responsibilities
We offer seminars and workshops to help the small business owner or              Web Page Design (Hands on)
manager . The classes are generally three hours and are held on a week-          Logo Design
night at the Pasco campus . Our instructors share their expertise, focus         And more!
their information and material on small business application, and pro-
vide an interactive learning experience . Class size is limited to provide     Create a Class
a setting to maximize interaction and learning .                               If you or your organization requires training we will work with you to
Don’t delay in registering for your class . Call 735-6222 Ext . 243, or stop   create a class customized for your needs . You provide 6- 12 people, we
by TRIDEC, 901 N Colorado Street, Kennewick . We accept checks, cash,          will do the rest . Call us with your idea and let us help you get the train-
MasterCard, and Visa . Your paid registration ensures your space .             ing and skills you need .
                                                                               Business Start-Up Information Sessions
                                                                               Do you need some very basic information about how to start your own
                                                                               business? We offer monthly business information sessions . These three-
    To receive our class schedule, to be added to our mailing list,            hour sessions cover business licenses,loans and funding options, busi-
  or to find out more about how we can help you in your business,              ness structures, business plans, networking, reference and resource lists .
                    please call 735-6222 Ext. 243.                             Please call 735-6222 to sign up for the next session .



                                              CBC CO-ED INTRAMURALS
  Intramural sports and related activities play a valuable role in                 Bowling at GoBowl in Pasco
  the total student experience at CBC . Participation in intramurals               Up to 3 games @ $1 per game and shoes are free
  helps create a rewarding collegiate experience by creating a new                 MTW from 12:30-3pm
  dimension to student life away from the classroom . Intramural
                                                                                   Must show current CBC Student ID
  activities provide students unique opportunities for social inter-
  action, promotion of personal fitness and self esteem, and out-                  Gold at Pasco Golf land
  lets for organized fun!                                                          $3 per 9 holes
  Funded by your student activities fee, CBC Intramurals offers the                MTWTH - No holidays
  following co-ed sports during the fall, winter, and spring quar-                 Must show current CBC Student ID
  ters from 11:30am -12:30pm on Tuesdays, and Thursdays of each
  week with additional times poster each quarter .
                                                                                   Open Gym from 6am-pm everyday
                                                                                   unless gym is scheduled for events.
  Fall - Dodgeball, Volleyball                                                     Basketballs can be check out from the fitness center
  Winter - Basketball                                                              Also, you can check out tennis balls and racquets from
  Spring - Soccer and Frisbee Golf                                                 the fitness center
  Anytime - Tennis & Basketball equipment can be                                   Fall quarter - 3 on 3 soccer tournament
  checked out from the Fitness Center                                              Winter quarter - 3 on 3 basketball tournament
  Additional activities anticipated for 2005-06 include                            Spring quarter - outdoor volleyball tournament
  bowling, golf, game room activities and 3 on 3 sports
                                                                                   Various activities each quarter - watch for information
  tournaments .
                                                                                   in the Student bulletin and e-mails


   For more information or to share your great ideas, please contact Intramurals Coordinator: Laura Stoker 547-05 x269 .
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             WORKER RETRAINING / CAMP PROGRAM

              Attention New Students!
            Have a successful start at CBC – Register for FYI Today!
     First Year Introduction is a mandatory 12-hour workshop for all new degree and
           certificate seeking students to help with the transition to college and CBC .
                  Contact the Office of Student Retention at 547-0511 ext. 2532.


               New Student Advising Registration
                           (SOAR)
                             ✔ Required for priority advising and registration!
                                ✔ Plan ahead! Get the RIGHT information!
                               ✔ Call CBC 547-0511 ext . 2305 or ext . 2300!


                                  Worker Retraining
 Are you unemployed? Is your occupation or industry in decline? Are your skills no longer in demand?
 If you are unemployed, through no fault of your own, and currently receiving Washington State Unemploy-
 ment Insurance Benefits or if you have exhausted those benefits within the last two years, you may be eligible
 for assistance from the Worker Retraining Program . If you have been a homemaker for the past two years, been
 supported by a family member and have lost that source of support, you may eligible for assistance from the
 Worker Retraining Program .
 Financial assistance includes tuition/fees for a least one quarter per academic year as well as Training Com-
 pletion Aid to those who have exhausted Unemployment Insurance Benefits . Training includes short-term,
 skill-building classes as well as opportunities to seek a certificate or degree within the Technical/Professional
 programs of study . Along with financial assistance, we provide academic advising, class registration and Com-
 missioner Approved Training application assistance .
 For more information about program eligibility
 Call the Columbia Basin College Worker Training Office
 (509) 547-0511 ext . 2446




                 College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
                           ATTENTION STUDENTS!
                  Columbia Basin College now has applications available for the new
                                College Assistance Migrant Program .
     If you or your parents have been farm workers in the last two years, you may be eligible for college
                 financial services, career and personal counseling, and instructional support .
                             Call CBC today, 547-05, extension 2507 .
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                                                                                              CREDIT CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#       SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                           DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION         LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR          DAY       TIME               LOCATION




                                               HOW TO READ THE CLASS OFFERINGS
                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
                                                                            LINE#       SEC . CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                       DAY           TIME                    LOCATION


                                                                                                                        AGRICULTURE
                                                                            AG	          101	            Field	Crops
                                                                            Principles of crop production including crop growth, development,
                                                                            yield and quality . High-yield production techniques of locally grown
                                                                            crops will be included .
                                                                            6030        AA       5        STAFF                        MTWTh         9:10AM-10:10AM                K101

                                                                           COURSE NUMBER                     TITLE OF           DISTRIBUTION
                                                                              OF CLASS                        CLASS                 CODE



                                                                            ENG	       101	              English	Composition	[C]
                                                                            Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition, with
                                                                            emphasis on orangejuice unified and coherent essays . Prerequisite: A                                          DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
                                                                            passing grade in ENG 99 or ASSET score of 43 or above .
                                                        LINE #              0522        AA       5        STAFF                        MTWTh         6:50AM- 7:50AM                N101    WHERE CLASS MEETS
                                                                            8057        WB       5        STAFF                         MW           5:00PM- 7:10PM                A329
                                        FEES AND NOTES                        Footnotes may include dates, fees, and other info about class.
                                       RELATED TO CLASS
                                                                                                                                                                                                 NIGHT
                                                                                    SECTION          INSTRUCTOR                    DAYS CLASS            TIME CLASS                       DISTANCE LEARNING
                                                                                                                                     MEETS                 MEETS                             & FAST TRACK
                                                                                       CREDITS CLASS
                                                                                         IS WORTH
                                                                                                                                                                                                CLASSES



           ADMINISTRATIVE	OFFICE	TECHNOLOGY                                                                                                  AOT	 117	                  Office	Orientation
                                                                                                                                             Encompasses business ethics, personal values, human relations,
AOT	 101	                  Keyboarding	I                                                                                                     and effective communication in an office environment . Focuses
Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers,                                                                             on attaining and retaining entry-level employment . Provides an
symbols, and operational keys using a computer . It is recommended                                                                           opportunity to shadow an office professional .
that a student take CA 100 in the same quarter as AOT 101 .                                                                                  1907 BA                3     WALKER, C          MW         8:00AM-10:10AM    W160
1900 CA               2         RAY, B                          MTWTh                 9:10AM-10:10AM                     W180D               Class ends 05/31/06.
Open entry by 05/08/06.
                                                                                                                                             1908 EA                3     WALKER, C          MW         11:30AM- 1:40PM   W160
8170 DII              2         WALKER, C                          ARR               ARR                                                     Class ends 05/31/06.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation
meeting 4/5/06 from 5:15p.m. - 7:15p.m. in W180D or 4/7/06 from 1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m. In W180D. Bring textbook and disk.                       	AOT	 118	                 Legal	Aspects	of	the	Medical	Office
Open entry by 05/08/06.                                                                                                                      Presentation of issues concerning ethics, bioethics and laws im-
1902 GA               2         WILLIS, S                       MTWTh                 1:50PM- 2:50PM                     W180D               portant to medical office settings . Legal concepts with particular
Open entry by 05/08/06.
                                                                                                                                             reference to healthcare providers (and office support personnel)
AOT	 102	                  Keyboarding	II                                                                                                    and records generated in medical offices . Confidentiality, release
Reinforces keyboarding skills . Introduces appropriate formatting                                                                            of information, consents and liability of hospital and providers of
of business letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables                                                                            care will be discussed, as well as current pertinent legislation in-
using a word processing software . Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA                                                                             cluding related HIPAA requirements . Recommended prerequisite:
100 or advanced placement for comparable skills .                                                                                            Internet proficiency .
1904 DA               2         RAY, B                          MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                     W180D               1910 HA                3     TAYLOR             TWTh       3:00PM- 4:00PM    W180A
Open entry by 05/08/06.                                                                                                                      9190 WD                3     STAFF               MW        5:30PM- 7:00PM    R101*
8172 DII              2         WALKER, C                          ARR               ARR                                                     AOT	 124	                  Intermediate	Spreadsheet	Applications
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required ori-
entation meeting on 4/19/06 from 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. in W180D or 4/21/06 from 4:00p.m. To 6:00p.m. in W180D. Bring text-
                                                                                                                                             Develops employable application skills using a spreadsheet soft-
book and disk. Open entry by 05/08/06.                                                                                                       ware, currently Microsoft Excel . Emphasizes creation and design
1906 FA               2         WILLIS, S                       MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                     W180D               of spreadsheets including formulas, projections, charting, Web
Open entry by 05/08/06.
                                                                                                                                             pages, lists, macros, and multiple workbooks as needed for effec-
	AOT	 1091	 Keyboarding/Skillbuilding                                                                                                        tive presentations in the business/office environment . Preparation
Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully                                                                                  for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Excel Certification .
planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and                                                                                Prerequisites: CA 100 and eligibility for MTH 106 .
numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys . Develops                                                                         1912 GA                5     MARTINEZ, G       MTWTh       1:50PM- 2:50PM    W160
10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may enroll once in
AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits .
Prerequisite: AOT 101 or instructor’s permission .
8174 DII              3         WALKER, C                          ARR               ARR

                                                                                                                                               Have you registered for FYI?
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meet-
ing on 4/7/06 from 5:15p.m. - 7:00p.m. in W180D or 4/14/06 from 5:15p.m. - 7:00p.m. in W180D. Bring textbook and disk.

                                                                                                                                                                    First Year Introduction
                                                                                                                                                Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new,
                                                                                                                                               Running Start, degree and certificate seeking students .
                                *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                                   Credit Classes - 6
                  Administrative Office Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

AOT	 126	                 Presentation	Applications                                                                                  AOT	 147	                  Medical	Terminology	I
This class introduces the fundamentals of presentation software,                                                                     Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the medi-
currently Microsoft PowerPoint . Students will learn how to create                                                                   cal office . Major topics to be studied are: Cells and oncology, tis-
and modify a slide presentation, insert clip art, add slide transi-                                                                  sues and the integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular
tion and animation effects, create graphic objects, and prepare a                                                                    system, nervous system, special senses, glands, cardiovascular sys-
presentation for publishing to the Web using PowerPoint . Prepa-                                                                     tem; blood and lymphatic-immune systems, respiratory system;
ration for Microsoft Office User Expert PowerPoint Certification .                                                                   digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system, pregnancy
Prerequisite: CA 100 .                                                                                                               and human development; and general diseases, lab tests, diagno-
8176 DII             3         JOHNSTON, K                        ARR               ARR                                              ses, surgery, pharmacology, and therapy . Emphasis is placed on
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation       identifying and labeling word parts, defining and building medi-
meeting on 4/5/06 from 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. in W143. Bring textbook and disk.                                                         cal terms, basic anatomy and becoming familiar with common
                                                                                                                                     diseases of the systems .
AOT	 128	                 Web	Page	Maintenance                                                                                       8180 DII               5       MCBURNEY, J                        ARR               ARR
Introduces fundamental concepts and techniques of maintain-                                                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
ing and updating Web page content . Students learn fundamental                                                                       meeting on 4/4/06 from 7:30p.m. -9:00p.m. in W143. Bring textbook and disk.
elements of design using HTML, FrontPage, and a Web browser .                                                                        1922 EA                5       STAFF                            MW                  11:30AM- 1:40PM                     W180A
Prerequisite: CA 100 .                                                                                                               9192 EC                5       MCBURNEY, J                     MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                      E102*
8178 FA              5         MARTINEZ, G                     MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                       W165       8182 YB                5       MC BURNEY, J                     TTh                 5:15PM- 7:25PM                      W180A
AOT	 129	                 Accounting	Software                                                                                        AOT	 151	                  Coding	II
Introduction to accounting software, currently QuickBooks, Pro,                                                                      Presentation of medical coding methods and guidelines using
includes establishing a business, journalizing, and preparation of                                                                   Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and HCPS and complex
financial statements . Set up new company and make entries to                                                                        application . The contents of this course were formerly in BT 150 .
existing accounting records . Prerequisites: CA 100 and concurrent                                                                   Prerequisite: AOT 150 .
enrollment in AOT 130 or instructor’s permission .                                                                                   1924 BA                4       BLOOMSBURG                      MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                      W180A
1914 WB              3         WALKER, C                          MW                5:15PM- 7:25PM                        W165       9196 HC                4       STAFF                            MW                  3:00PM- 5:00PM                      R101*
AOT	 132	                 Payroll	for	the	Office	Professional                                                                        AOT	 153	                  Medical	Billing
Applies bookkeeping procedures and accounting concepts using                                                                         Introduction to medical insurance including diagnostic coding,
manual methods and accounting software to establish or maintain                                                                      procedural coding, ambulatory care coders (ICD-9-CM, CPT/HCPCS)
the payroll records of a sole proprietorship or partnership form of                                                                  and completion of HCFA forms for insurance billing . The course will
business organization . Prerequisites: AOT 129 and AOT 130 .                                                                         also include specific discussion of Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Premera
1916 BA              3         JOHNSTON, K                     MTWTh                8:00AM-10:10AM                        W165       Blue Cross, Medicare, Medicaid, Champus/Champoa, Tri-Care, and
Class starts 05/08/06.
                                                                                                                                     Workmen’s Compensation . Prerequisites: AOT 101, 118, and 150 .
	AOT	 142	                General	Office	Procedures                                                                                  Concurrent enrollment in AOT 151 approved .
Bridges the gap between the classroom and the office by priori-                                                                      1926 DA                4       BLOOMSBURG                      MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20PM                       W160
tizing work and managing time, preparing realistic office assign-                                                                    AOT	 155	                  Introduction	to	Coding
ments, filing office documents, and conducting on-line research .                                                                    Introduction to medical coding concepts, methods, and guide-
Prerequisites: AOT 117, 172 or 173, and Internet proficiency .                                                                       lines using International Classification of Diseases 9th Edition
1918 DA              5         MARTINEZ, G                     MTWTh                10:20AM-12:30PM                       W165       (ICD-9-CM), and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) . Prereq-
Class starts 05/08/06.
                                                                                                                                     uisite: Medical Terminology 147 with a minimum 2 .0 .
	AOT	 143	                Administrative	Medical	Assistant	Office	                                                                   1927 GA                4       STAFF                           MTWTh                2:00PM- 3:00PM                      W180A
                          Procedure                                                                                                  AOT	 172	                  Word	Processing	I
This course will help define the front office roles and responsibili-                                                                Develops employable word processing skills and implements ef-
ties of an Administrative Medical Assistant . Major topics covered                                                                   fective application in a business environment using a word pro-
are a history of the profession, patient education, and perform-                                                                     cessing software, currently Microsoft Word . Topics covered include
ing administrative office duties including: Reception, introduc-                                                                     all major functions of Word, including margins, tabs, tables, col-
tory level bookkeeping and billing, and externship requirements                                                                      umns, document enhancement, graphics, merge, styles, outline,
materials .                                                                                                                          tables of contents, and templates . Preparation for Microsoft Of-
1920 EA              5         WALKER, C                          TTh               11:30AM- 1:40PM                     W180A        fice User Certification . Prerequisite: AOT 102 .
                               BLOOMSBURG                         TTh               11:30AM- 1:40PM                     W180A        1928 DA                5       JOHNSTON, K                     MTWTh                10:20AM-12:30PM                       W165
Class meets on Tuesday and Thursday in W180A from 11:30a.m. - 1:40p.m. except for Friday, 4/7/06, class will meet in W160            Class ends 05/03/06.
from 8:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.

                                                                                                                                     	AOT	 1952	 Supervised	Employment
                                                                                                                                     A supervised work experience involving the application and
                                                                                                                                     practice of skills and principles learned in the classroom . Super-
                                                                                                                                     vised Employment site must meet degree or certificate specialty
                                                                                                                                     requirement . One credit equals 33 work hours . May be repeated

              Think 2006-2007.
                                                                                                                                     for credit and experience . Prerequisites: AOT 102, AOT 117, and
                                                                                                                                     instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                                     8184 DII             1-15 MARTINEZ, G                             ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
        Apply for Financial Aid early.                                                                                               fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                                                                                     meeting on 2/17/06 at 8:00a.m. - 9:00a.m. in W143 or 3/20/06 from 6:50a.m. -7:50a.m. in W160. Bring textbook and disk.


              See Financial Aid Office for                                                                                           AOT	 199	                  A&P	for	Coders
                                                                                                                                     A class used to explore new concepts in Administrative Office Tech-
               FAFSA Workshop dates.                                                                                                 nology . This class number can be used for one quarter only .
                                                                                                                                     1930 AA                5       BLOOMSBURG,M                    MTWTh                6:50AM- 7:50AM                      W180A
7 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                        Administrative Office Technology – Anthropology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION

AOT	 243	                  Administrative	Office	Management                                                                                                                       AGRICULTURE
Integrates application of technical skills while assisting executives
in carrying out management responsibilities; applies managerial                                                                      AG	            145	       Insects	of	Economic	Importance
and leadership skills while completing a simulated executive of-                                                                     A study of insects as they relate to crops in the Northwest . This
fice simulation . Emphasis on problem-solving, decision-making                                                                       course is designed as an aid to help the agriculturist working with
processes, responsibilities, and implementation . Includes con-                                                                      growers and their problems with insect vectored diseases com-
ducting on-line research . Prerequisites: AOT 126, AOT 142, and                                                                      mon to the Northwest .
Internet proficiency .                                                                                                               6034 AA               4        COCHRAN, J                           F              10:00AM- 1:20PM                         S243
8186 DII               2       MARTINEZ, G                        ARR               ARR                                              AG	            1451	 Insects	of	Economic	Importance	Lab
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
meeting on 5/2/06 at 6:50a.m. -7:50a.m. in W160. Bring textbook and disk.
                                                                                                                                     A study designed to introduce the student to the breadth and
                                                                                                                                     diversity of the science of entomology and an in-depth study of
AOT	 244	                  Legal	Office	Procedures                                                                                   insects including: their diversity; the basics of systematic ento-
Integrates application of skills with knowledge of legal office pro-                                                                 mology; insect societies; insect physiology and structures; their
cedures to complete a simulated legal office secretarial project                                                                     ecological relationships with their physical and biotic environ-
using word processing software (and other software packages as                                                                       ments; their population and community level ecology; their ef-
appropriate) . Includes conducting on-line research . Prerequisites:                                                                 fects on human welfare through applied disciplines of medical
AOT 142, AOT 146, and Internet proficiency .                                                                                         and agricultural entomology; and the methods by which humans
8188 DII               2       MARTINEZ, G                        ARR               ARR                                              attempt to manage insect populations . Prerequisite: Concurrent
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                                                                                     enrollment in AG 145 .
meeting on 5/2/06 at 6:50a.m. -7:50a.m. in W160. Bring textbook and disk.                                                            6036 AA               1        COCHRAN, J                           F               2:00PM- 3:50PM                         S243
                                                                                                                                     $10 lab fee.

AOT	 245	                  Medical	Office	Procedures
Integrates application of skills with knowledge of medical office                                                                                                             ANTHROPOLOGY
procedures to complete a simulated medical office project . In-
cludes conducting on-line research . Prerequisites: AOT 142, AOT                                                                     ANT	 111	                 Introduction	to	Physical	Anthropology	[M/S]
147, and Internet proficiency .                                                                                                      Physical Anthropology is the study of human beings from an evo-
8190 DII               2       MARTINEZ, G                        ARR               ARR                                              lutionary and biological perspective and ANT 111 provides an in-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   troduction to this sub-field of anthropology . In this course we will
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
meeting on 5/2/06 at 6:50a.m. -7:50a.m. in W160. Bring textbook and disk.                                                            examine our own species (Homo sapiens) by looking at the bio-
                                                                                                                                     logical basis of life, the processes of evolution, our primate rela-
AOT	 272	                  Word	Processing	II                                                                                        tives both living and extinct, and the variation seen in modern
Applies knowledge of advanced word processing features, includ-                                                                      human populations . Because of the research paper requirement
ing styles, macros, mail merge, templates, and long documents,                                                                       in this class, it is strongly recommended that students complete
to prepare complex, integrated documents . Solves software-re-                                                                       ENG 101 before taking ANT 111 .
lated problems through trouble-shooting practice . Preparation                                                                       2000 AA               5        TAFF, M                         MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         L109
for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Word Expert Certi-                                                                   8200 WB               5        TAFF, M                          MW                  5:00PM- 7:10PM                         L101
fication . Prerequisite: AOT 172 .
8192 DII               3       JOHNSTON, K                        ARR               ARR                                              ANT	 120	                 Introduction	to	Cultural	Anthropology	[S/B]
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   Cultural Anthropology is the branch of anthropology that studies
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
meeting on 4/4/06 from 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. in W143. Bring textbook and disk.                                                         the species Homo sapiens from a cultural perspective . During this
                                                                                                                                     quarter we will examine the diversity and similarity of cultures and
AOT	 276	                  Integrated	Word	Processing                                                                                peoples throughout the world . This examination will include the
Integrates knowledge and application of word processing, spread-                                                                     diverse religions, languages, and economic, social and political
sheet, database, presentation, and Web page software . Utilizes                                                                      systems found in different world cultures . Because of the research
communication, software, and Internet functions in the creation                                                                      paper requirement in this class, it is strongly recommended that
of business/office documents . Currently using Microsoft Word,                                                                       students complete ENG 101 before taking ANT 120 .
Excel, Access, PowerPoint, FrontPage, and Outlook . Prerequi-                                                                        8204 DII              5        TAFF, M                            ARR              ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
sites: AOT 124, AOT 125, AOT 126, AOT 128, AOT 272, and Inter-                                                                       fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
net proficiency .                                                                                                                    orientation: Monday,4/3/06, 6:00 pm, Room L107.

1932 BA                5       JOHNSTON, K                     MTWTh                8:00AM-10:10AM                        W165
Class ends 05/04/06.                                                                                                                 ANT	 130	                 Introduction	to	Archeology	[S/B]
                                                                                                                                     Archaeology is the study of the cultural past of humankind and
	AOT	 299	                 Pharmacotheraphy                                                                                          ANT 130 provides an introduction to the field of anthropological
A class used to explore new concepts in Administrative Office Tech-                                                                  archaeology . In this course we will examine the major concepts,
nology . This class number can be used for one quarter only .                                                                        theories, and methods of anthropological archaeology that con-
8194 DII               2       BLOOMSBURG                         ARR               ARR                                              tribute to an understanding of the human past . This course will
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation       also include surveys of past cultures from the Americas, Africa,
meeting 4/3/06 at 6:30p.m. - 8:00p.m. in W143. Bring textbook and disk.
                                                                                                                                     Asia, and Europe . Because of the research paper requirement in
                                                                                                                                     this class, it is strongly recommended that students complete ENG
                     ADULT	BASIC	EDUCATION	(ABE)                                                                                     101 before taking ANT 130 .
All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and evening at                                                                      2002 AA               5        TAFF, M                         MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         L101
the Pasco campus and WorkSource as well as at various locations
throughout the community . For information on assessment and
registration times, please call 547-0511 ext . 2301 .




                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                                                    Credit Classes - 8
                  Art
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME              LOCATION

                                                           ART                                                                       ART	 121	                 Women	In	Art	[H]
                                                                                                                                     A comparative study of women’s roles in the visual arts and art-
ART	 110	                 Intro	to	Art	[H]                                                                                           ists, patrons, muses, subjects, critics and collectors . Cross-cultural,
A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encoun-                                                                   from ancient to contemporary .
ters in various areas of art . The class emphasis is on building a gen-                                                              0126 AA              5        PIERCE, K         MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM    D114
eral appreciation of the techniques, styles and history of art .
0100       AA        5         GRAVENSLUND                     MTWTh                6:50AM- 7:50AM                        P201       ART	 2011	 Photography	I
0102       BA        5         MILLER, D                       MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                        P201       A basic course in the use of the photographic equipment, either
0104       CA        5         PIERCE, G                       MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                        P201       traditional or digital, to expose and compose photographs . This
0106       DA        5         DRYBURGH, M                     MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                       W144       will include elements of design and composition to aid in relat-
8000       DII       5         BARLOW, H                        ARR                 ARR                                              ing your ideas of people and the world around you . Students will
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the    learn to use new technologies using computers and computer
top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard
Barlow by the second day of class via email at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.                                                      software to enlarge and print pictures .
8002 DII             5         BARLOW, H                          ARR               ARR                                              0128 AA              3        MC ADIE, I        TWTh       12:40PM- 2:20PM   B106A
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00                                 MC ADIE, I        TWTh       12:40PM- 2:20PM    B106
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard      0130 BA              3        MC ADIE, I        TWTh       3:00PM- 4:40PM    B106A
Barlow by the second day of class via email at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.                                                                                    MC ADIE, I        TWTh       3:00PM- 4:40PM     B106
0108 EA              5         CRAIG, J                        MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        P201
0110 FA              5         NETH, T                          MW                  12:40PM- 2:40PM                        A331      ART	 2021	 Photography	II
8004 WB              5         STAFF                            TTh                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                         P201      A study of photography for the advanced student photographer
                                                                                                                                     with a working knowledge of photographic equipment, comput-
ART	 111	                 Design	I                                                                                                   ers and software, enabling them to manipulate photographs . ART
Introduction to the formal elements and principles of design com-                                                                    111 and ART 2011 recommended .
mon to all two-dimensional media . The student examines the                                                                          0132 AA              3        MC ADIE, I        TWTh       3:00PM- 4:40PM    B106A
formal elements of line, shape, form, space, pattern, texture and                                                                                                  MC ADIE, I        TWTh       3:00PM- 4:40PM     B106
color, and applies the principles of unity and variety, balance, fo-
cus repetition, rhythm, movement and proportion . Students are                                                                       ART	 2081	 Digital	Photography
introduced to spatial and ordering strategies through a sequence                                                                     An introduction to the use of computers and software to enhance,
of design and color theory problems which emphasize creative                                                                         alter or repair photographs . Students will do text exercises and
problem-solving, using a variety of media and techniques . Rec-                                                                      work on their own prints, slides or negatives .
ommended for all art, design, photography and architecture stu-                                                                      8010 WB              2        MC ADIE, I          W        6:00PM- 9:30PM    B106A
dents, and for anyone with a general interest in art .                                                                                                             MC ADIE, I          W        6:00PM- 9:30PM     B106
0112 AA              5         CRAIG, J                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        P201      ART	 211	                 Graphic	Design	I
0114 BA              5         PIERCE, G                       MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        P201      An introductory class in the theory and application of graphic de-
ART	 1121	 3D	Design	II                                                                                                              sign used in today’s advertising and industrial graphics . Industry-
This course of study is an introduction to the visual and tactile                                                                    accepted computer software for vector drawing and page layout
elements and principles that relate to three-dimensional forms                                                                       will be extensively used by the student . Recommended: ART 111
in space . The student will execute various aesthetic design prob-                                                                   and ART 113 .
lems that focus on arriving at a better understanding of a three-                                                                    0134 AA              5        STAFF              MW        2:00PM- 4:30PM    B104B
dimensional dialogue, applicable to sculpture, architecture and                                                                      ART	 212	                 Graphic	Design	II
ceramics, as well as product package and landscape design . ART                                                                      An intermediate class in the theory and application of graphic de-
111 recommended . $10 lab fee .                                                                                                      sign used in today’s advertising and industrial graphics . Industry
0116 AA              5         CRAIG, J                        MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         P101      accepted computer software for bit mapped image creation and
ART	 1131	 Drawing	I                                                                                                                 manipulation will be extensively used by the student . Further use
A basic studio course that focuses on the fundamental skills: Ob-                                                                    of page layout software will be explored . Prerequisite: ART 211 .
servation, composition, development of forms and personal ex-                                                                        0136 AA              5        STAFF              MW        2:00PM- 4:30PM    B104B
pression . Surveys a wide range of media and techniques and ex-                                                                      ART	 2151	 Painting	I
amines master works of drawing .                                                                                                     An introduction to techniques of painting in oil or acrylic; prepa-
0118 AA              3         PETRE, T                          MTW                8:00AM- 9:40AM                         P202      ration of wood, canvas and paper supports; color mixing and ap-
0119 BA              3         STARKEY, K                        TTh                12:40PM- 3:10PM                        P202      plication methods . Traditional and experimental approaches to
8006 WB              3         STAFF                             TTh                6:00PM- 8:30PM                         P202      subject matter, composition, and expression .
ART	 1141	 Drawing	II                                                                                                                0138 AA              3        PETRE, T           MW        12:40PM- 3:10PM    P202
A continuation of ART 1131 with emphasis on individual direc-                                                                        ART	 2161	 Painting	II
tion, composition, expanded technique, and media experiences .                                                                       Continuation of ART 2151 with greater emphasis on individual de-
Prerequisite: ART 1131 or instructor’s permission .                                                                                  velopment of subject matter, technique and personal expression .
0120 AA              3         PETRE, T                          MTW                8:00AM- 9:40AM                         P202      Oil, acrylic or mixed media . Prerequisite: ART 2151 .
0122 BA              3         STARKEY, K                        TTh                12:40PM- 3:10PM                        P202
8008 WB              3         STAFF                             TTh                6:00PM- 8:30PM                         P202      0140 AA              3        PETRE, T           MW        12:40PM- 3:10PM    P202

ART	 118	                 Art	History	Modern	Times	[H]                                                                               ART	 2201	 Sculpture	I
A chronological study of architecture, sculpture, painting, print-                                                                   A study of three-dimensional form with emphasis on the inter-
making, photography, and the design arts from Romanticism to                                                                         relationships between space and form through the techniques
the present .                                                                                                                        of modeling, mold-making, and casting . Recommended: ART
0124 AA              5         PETRE, T                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        D114      111 and ART 1121 .
                                                                                                                                     0142 AA              3        CRAIG, J           MTW       8:00AM- 9:40AM     P101
                                                                                                                                     8012 WK              3        BARLOW, H           Sa       8:00AM- 5:00PM     P101
                                                                                                                                                                   BARLOW, H           Su       9:00AM- 6:00PM     P101
                                                                                                                                     Class meets May 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21.


9 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                                 *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                          Art – Auto Body Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                  COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR        DAY    TIME              LOCATION

ART	 2211	 Sculpture	II                                                                ART	 2531	 Studio	Problems	-	Drawing
A continuation of ART 220 with emphasis on the techniques of                           Individual, contracted, advanced study in drawing . Studio and
casting, construction, and carving . Prerequisite: ART 2201 .                          seminar .
8014 WK              3        BARLOW, H          Sa       8:00AM- 5:00PM     P101      0156 AA 1- 3 PETRE, T                          MTW     8:00AM- 9:40AM     P202
                              BARLOW, H          Su       9:00AM- 6:00PM     P101      0157 BA 1- 3 STARKEY, K                        TTh     12:40PM- 3:10PM    P202
Class meets May 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21.                                               8026 WB 1- 3 STAFF                             TTh     6:00PM- 8:30PM     P202
ART	 2221	 Pottery	I                                                                   ART	 2541	 Studio	Problems	-	Painting
A basic introduction to ceramic forms with emphasis on produc-                         Individual, contracted, advanced study in painting . Studio and
tion by hand methods . Consideration of the nature and possibili-                      seminar .
ties of clay, clay body formulation, and introductory glaze testing                    0158 AA             1- 3 PETRE, T              MW      12:40PM- 3:10PM    P202
as well as firing procedures for bisque and glaze . Recommended:
ART 111 and ART 1121 .                                                                 ART	 2551	 Studio	Problems	-	Sculpture
0144 AA              3        PIERCE, G         MTW       10:20AM-12:00PM    P101      Individual, contracted, advanced study in sculpture . Studio and
8016 WB              3        GRAVENSLUND       TTh       6:00PM- 8:30PM     P101      seminar .
                                                                                       0160 AA 1- 3 CRAIG, J                          MTW      8:00AM- 9:40AM    P101
ART	 2231	 Pottery	II                                                                  8028 WK 1- 3 BARLOW, H                          Sa      8:00AM- 5:00PM    P101
A continuation of ART 2221 with special emphasis on wheel tech-                                     BARLOW, H                          Su      9:00AM- 6:00PM    P101
                                                                                       Class meets May 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21.
nique, glaze calculation, and design of clay forms . Prerequisite:
ART 2221 .                                                                             ART	 2561	 Studio	Problems	-	Jewelry
0146 AA              3        PIERCE, G         MTW       10:20AM-12:00PM    P101      Individual, contracted, advanced study in jewelry . Studio and
8018 WB              3        GRAVENSLUND       TTh       6:00PM- 8:30PM     P101
                                                                                       seminar .
ART	 2251	 Jewelry	I                                                                   0162 AA             1- 3 NETH, T               TTh     12:40PM- 3:10PM    P101
The design and construction of jewelry using a variety of media
and traditional fabrication techniques of metal working . Recom-                       ART	 2571	 Studio	Problems	-	Pottery
mended: ART 111 .                                                                      Individual, contracted, advanced study in pottery . Studio and
                                                                                       seminar .
0148 AA              3        NETH, T            TTh      12:40PM- 3:10PM    P101
                                                                                       0164 AA 1- 3 PIERCE, G                         MTW     10:20AM-12:00PM    P101
ART	 2261	 Jewelry	II                                                                  8030 WB 1- 3 GRAVENSLUND                       TTh     6:00PM- 8:30PM     P101
A continuation of ART 2251 with emphasis on advanced fabrica-                          ART	 2591	 Studio	Problems	-	Photography
tion techniques and contemporary jewelry design . Prerequisite:                        Individual, contracted, advanced study in photography . Studio
ART 2251 .                                                                             and seminar .
0150 AA              3        NETH, T            TTh      12:40PM- 3:10PM    P101      0166 AA             1- 3 MC ADIE, I             TTh     3:00PM- 4:40PM   B106A
ART	 230	                 Professional	Practices                                                                MC ADIE, I            TWTh     3:00PM- 4:40PM    B106
This course will focus on preparing the art major for the admission
into an accredited art program as well as exploring the business                                                                  ASTRONOMY
aspects of being a professional artist .                                               AST	 101	                 Astronomy	[M/S]
0152 AA              2        DRYBURGH, M        TTh      11:30AM-12:30PM    I106      A survey of astronomy including history of astronomy, the solar
Class ends on June 1, 2006.
                                                                                       system, galaxies, cosmology, and current topics . Several night ob-
ART	 2411	 Illustration	I                                                              servation sessions are held . Lecture and lab must be taken con-
A studio study of design, drawing, painting media, and techniques                      currently . Prerequisite: MTH 95 or MTH 96 .
used by professional illustrators and graphic designers . Empha-                       8486 WB              4        GEORGE, A        MW       6:00PM- 8:00PM    S237
sis will be on the techniques of perspective with a wide range of
drawing media . Recommended: ART 111 and ART 1131 .                                    AST	 1011	 Astronomy	Lab	[M/S]
8020 WB              3        STAFF              TTh      6:00PM- 8:30PM     P202      Lab to be taken concurrently with AST 101 .
                                                                                       8488 WB              1        GEORGE, A        MW       8:00PM- 9:00PM    S237
ART	 2421	 Illustration	II                                                             $10 lab fee.

A continuation of ART 2411 with emphasis on mixed media and
the techniques of pseudo realism and abstraction as applied to                                                      AUTO	BODY	TECHNOLOGY
modern, fine, and commercial art, and graphic design . Prerequi-
site: ART 2411 .                                                                       ABT	 131	                 Principles	of	Painting
8022 WB              3        STAFF              TTh      6:00PM- 8:30PM     P202
                                                                                       Students learn paint preparation and how to paint a vehicle for
                                                                                       complete refinishing . Skills learned include: Painting techniques,
ART	 2431	 Illustration	III                                                            mixing various types of paints, equipment use, and the safe use
A continuation of ART 2421 with emphasis on the use of mixed                           of materials and tools . Students will take ASSET test first week of
media, color, and graphic techniques applied to illustration . Pre-                    class if not previously taken .
requisites: ART 2411 and ART 2421 .                                                    6200 AA              5        LOZANO, R        DAILY   12:00PM-12:50PM    V122
8024 WB 1- 3 STAFF                               TTh      6:00PM- 8:30PM     P202
                                                                                       ABT	 1311	 Painting	Lab
ART	 2521	 Studio	Problems	-	Graphic                                                   This course has two segments . In the first segment, vehicle esti-
Individual, contracted, advanced study in computer graphics .                          mating, students learn the basics of estimating using estimating
Studio and seminar .                                                                   manuals and computer generated estimates . In the second seg-
0154 AA             1- 3 STAFF                  MW        2:00PM- 4:30PM    B104B      ment, students learn to use basic and advanced measuring tools
                                                                                       and equipment for straightening and replacing structural com-
                                                                                       ponents . Students will take ASSET test first week of class if not
                                                                                       previously taken .
                                                                                       6202 AA             1- 9 BRICKEY, L            DAILY    8:00AM-11:50AM    V126
                                                                                       6204 BA             1- 9 LOZANO, R             DAILY    1:00PM- 3:50PM    V126
                                                                                       $10 lab fee.

                              *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                            Credit Classes - 20
                  Automotive – Biology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY    TIME             LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION

	ABT	 231	              Body	Rebuilding	II                                                                                  BIOLOGY
Students will spend time refining skills . Emphasis will be on flat
rate manual, time clock, and other skills that will be used in shop               BIO	 100	               General	Biology	[M/S]
conditions . In the lab area, speed and quality work against the                  An introductory course in basic biological principles and process-
time clock and flat rate shop conditions will be simulated as much                es . The lab illustrates the basic concepts discussed in lecture and
as possible . There will be more challenging frame work and spot                  acquaints students with general laboratory procedures . Primarily
painting . Prerequisite: ABT 221 and ABT 2211 .                                   for non-science majors .
6206 AA            5        HAYES, R          DAILY   7:00AM- 7:50AM    V122      5002 AA            4        WHITE, K         MWTh       9:10AM-10:30AM    S154
                                                                                  5004 BA            4        WHITE, K         MTW        11:30AM-12:20PM   S154
ABT	 2311	 Body	Rebuilding	II	Lab                                                 8500 WB            4        POINTER, K        MT        6:00PM- 8:00PM    S154
Lab to be taken concurrently with ABT 231 .
6208 AA            1- 9 HAYES, R              DAILY   8:00AM-11:50AM    V126      BIO	 1001	 General	Biology	Lab	[M/S]
$10 lab fee.                                                                      Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 100 .
                                                                                  5006 AA            1        WHITE, K            T       9:10AM-11:00AM    S154
                                         AUTOMOTIVE                               5008 BA
                                                                                  8502 WB
                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                              WHITE, K
                                                                                                              POINTER, K
                                                                                                                                 Th
                                                                                                                                 Th
                                                                                                                                          11:30AM- 1:20PM
                                                                                                                                          6:00PM- 8:00PM
                                                                                                                                                            S154
                                                                                                                                                            S154
                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
AMT	 130	               Engine	Performance
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a basic                BIO	 105	               Cell	Biology	for	Allied	Health	[M/S]
understanding of the theory, diagnosis and service of automotive                  The structure and functions of the cell covering the levels of or-
engine performance systems . Emphasis will be on basic engine                     ganic complexity from molecules to tissues . The use of models,
performance related to engine diagnosis, ignition systems, fuel                   microscope slides and physiological experiments illustrate cellular
delivery, emission systems and routine maintenance . Prerequi-                    structure and function . Strongly recommended: High school chem-
sites: AMT 123 and AMT 1231 .                                                     istry or CHM 100/CHM 1001 or CHM 101/CHM 1011 . This course
6300 AA            2        VONHOLTEN, D     MTWTh    7:00AM- 8:00AM   V132A      does not satisfy the prerequisite for BIO 112 or BIO 113 .
AMT	 1301	 Engine	Performance	Lab                                                 5010 AA            4        TAFF, G          MTWTh      8:00AM- 8:50AM    S153
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 130 .                                       5012 BA            4        CEPEDA, O        MTWTh      10:20AM-11:10AM   S238
                                                                                  5013 WB            4        BOLLINGER, N      MW        6:00PM- 8:00PM    S153
6302 AA            5        VONHOLTEN, D     MTWTh    8:10AM- 1:00PM    V133
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                  BIO	 1051	 Cell	Biology	for	Allied	Health	Lab	[M/S]
AMT	 133	               Engine	Repair	and	Rebuild                                 Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 105 .
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a basic                5014 AA            1        TAFF, G             F       8:00AM- 9:50AM    S153
understanding of the theory, diagnosis and service of internal en-                5016 BA            1        CEPEDA, O           F       10:00AM-12:00PM   S153
                                                                                  5017 WB            1        BOLLINGER, N        T       6:00PM- 8:00PM    S153
gines . Students will study the operation of an internal combustion               $10 lab fee.
engine with an emphasis on failure analysis . Upon completing an
engine rebuild the learner will do hot run engine dynamometer                     BIO	 110	               Human	Biology	[M/S]
diagnostic tests . Prerequisites: AMT 130 and AMT 1301 .                          The biology of the human organism . Evolution, ecology, the func-
6304 AA            2        VON HOLTEN       MTWTh    7:00AM- 8:00AM   V132B      tioning of cells, tissues and the major organ systems form the
                                                                                  core of the class . Emphasis is placed on providing the student
AMT	 1331	 Engine	Repair	and	Rebuild	Lab                                          with sufficient background to make informed decisions relating
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 133 .                                       to the biological aspects of the human species . Primarily for non-
6306 AA            5        VON HOLTEN       MTWTh    8:10AM- 1:00PM    V133      science majors .
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                  5018 AA            4        LYNCH, J         MTWTh      6:50AM- 7:40AM    S239
AMT	 240	               Drivability	Diagnostics                                   5020 BA            4        LYNCH, J         MTWTh      8:00AM- 8:50AM    S239
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a high-                8504 WB            4        GUSIC, S          MTTh      6:00PM- 7:20PM    S156
ly developed understanding of the theory, diagnosis and service                   BIO	 1101	 Human	Biology	Lab	[M/S]
of the drivability automotive systems . Emphasis will be on power                 Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 110 .
train computer systems, sensors and outputs, and the proper di-                   5022 AA            1        STAFF              Th       8:00AM- 9:50AM    S156
agnostic strategies to locate potential problems in these systems .               5024 BA            1        STAFF               F       9:10AM-11:00AM    S156
Prerequisites: AMT 233 and AMT 233 .                                              8506 WB            1        GUSIC, S           W        6:00PM- 8:00PM    S156
                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
6308 AA            2        PRATHER, M       MTWTh    7:00AM- 8:00AM   V132B
AMT	 2401	 Drivability	Diagnostics	Lab                                            BIO	 111	               Core	Biology-Cell	[M/S]
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 240 .                                       An introduction to the cell, the basic component of all living
6310 AA            5        PRATHER, M       MTWTh    8:10AM- 1:00PM    V133      things, for students intending to take advanced biology courses
$10 lab fee.                                                                      and pre-professional programs . Emphasis on cell chemistry, struc-
                                                                                  ture, metabolism, energetics, cell division, the molecular basis of
AMT	 243	               Heating	Ventilation	and	Air	Conditioning	Systems          inheritance, the structure and function of the chromosome and
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a basic                the basis of genetic engineering . Recommended: High School bi-
understanding of the theory, diagnosis and service of automotive                  ology and CHM 101/CHM 1011, or CHM 111/CHM 1111 and BIO
heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems . Empha-                100/BIO 1001, or BIO 110/BIO 1101 .
sis will be on proper air conditioning recharging techniques and                  5026 AA            4        VON REIS, J      MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:30PM   S153
the electrical portion of the HVAC systems . Prerequisites: AMT
240 and AMT 2401 .                                                                BIO	 1111	 Core	Biology-Cell	Lab	[M/S]
6312 AA            2        PRATHER, M       MTWTh    7:00AM- 8:00AM   V132A      Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 111 .
                                                                                  5028 AA            1        SMITHA, B          Th       1:50PM- 3:50PM    S153
AMT	 2431	 Heating	Ventilation	&	Air	Conditioning	Sys	Lab                         $10 lab fee.
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 243 .
6314 AA            5        PRATHER, M       MTWTh    8:10AM- 1:00PM    V133
$10 lab fee.


2 - Credit Classes                                                                                           *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                       Biology – Business Administration
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY    TIME              LOCATION

BIO	 112	               Core	Biology-Plant	[M/S]                                     BIO	 222	                 Anatomy/Physiology	II	[M/S]
Includes the concept of evolution; the origin of life; a survey of                   Continuation of BIO 221/BIO 2211: Endocrine, digestive, respira-
prokaryotes, protists, plants, and fungi; plant anatomy and func-                    tory, circulatory, urinary and reproductive systems . Prerequisite:
tion . Primarily for science majors . Prerequisite: A grade of 2 .0 or               A grade of 2 .0 or better in BIO 221/BIO 2211 .
better in BIO 111/BIO 1111 .                                                         5044       AA         4     LYNCH, J          MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   S239
8508 WB            4        VON REIS, J       MW        6:00PM- 8:00PM    S243       5045       BA         4     LYNCH, J          MTWTh   11:30AM-12:20PM   S239
                                                                                     5046       CAW        4     CHANDLER, T       MTWTh   8:00AM- 8:50AM    S238
BIO	 1121	 Core	Biology-Plant	Lab	[M/S]                                              8518       WB         4     HARRIS, S          TTh    6:15PM- 8:15PM    S151
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 112 .
8510 WB            1        VON REIS, J       MW        8:00PM- 9:00PM    S243       BIO	 2221	 Anatomy/Physiology	II	Lab	[M/S]
$10 lab fee.                                                                         Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 222 .
                                                                                     5047 AA               2     ANDERSON, R        MW      1:50PM- 3:40PM   S151
BIO	 113	               Core	Biology-Animal	[M/S]                                    5048 BA               2     ANDERSON, R        TTh     1:50PM- 3:40PM   S151
A survey of the invertebrate and vertebrate animals covering                         $10 lab fee.
their diversity, structure and function of organ systems, and the                    5049 CAW 2                  CHANDLER, T        TTh    10:20AM-12:10PM   S151
interactions between organisms and the environment . Primar-                         8520 WB 2                   HARRIS, S          MW     6:15PM- 8:15PM    S151
                                                                                     $10 lab fee.
ily for science majors . Prerequisite: A grade of 2 .0 or better in BIO
112/BIO 1121 .                                                                       BIO	 260	                 Microbiology	[M/S]
5030 AA            4        CEPEDA, O        MTWTh      8:00AM- 8:50AM    S154       Basic principles, concepts and techniques in the study of bacte-
BIO	 1131	 Core	Biology-Animal	Lab	[M/S]                                             ria, protists, fungi, and viruses . Concepts of immunity and the role
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 113 .                                          of micro-organisms in medicine . Prerequisite: A grade of 2 .0 or
5032 AA            1        CEPEDA, O           F       8:00AM- 9:50AM    S154
                                                                                     better in BIO 105/BIO 1051 or BIO 111/BIO 1111 . Strongly recom-
$10 lab fee.                                                                         mended: CHM 100/CHM 1001, BIO 221/BIO 2211 and BIO 222/BIO
                                                                                     2221 (for nursing majors) or BIO 112/BIO 1121 and BIO 113/BIO
BIO	 140	               Fundamentals	of	Botany	[M/S]                                 1131 (for biology majors) .
An introductory course in the plant sciences . Includes structure                    5050 AA               4     HARRIS, S          MW      1:50PM- 3:40PM   S246
and function of plant cells, tissues, organs; growth, reproduction,                  5052 BA               4     HARRIS, S          MW      4:00PM- 5:50PM   S246
diversity, evolution and ecology . Emphasis on local flora and ecol-
ogy . Primarily for non-science or agriculture majors .                              BIO	 2601	 Microbiology	Lab	[M/S]
5034 AA           1- 4 COCHRAN, J             MW        9:10AM-11:00AM    S243       Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 260 .
                                                                                     5054 AA               2     HARRIS, S          TTh     1:50PM- 3:40PM   S246
BIO	 1401	 Fundamentals	of	Botany	Lab	[M/S]                                          5056 BA               2     HARRIS, S          TTh     4:00PM- 5:50PM   S246
                                                                                     $10 lab fee.
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 140 .
5036 AA            1        COCHRAN, J          T       9:10AM-11:00AM    S243
$10 lab fee.                                                                                                       BLUEPRINT	READING
BIO	 148	               Plant	Identification	[M/S]                                   BPR	 206	                 Blueprint	Reading	II	(WT)
Spring wildflowers of Eastern Washington with emphasis on the                        The second course in the series with the emphasis on pipe iso-
Columbia Basin Region . Techniques in identification, collection,                    metrics . The course is designed to provide the student with the
preservation, mounting of preserved specimens, and ecological                        ability to read and draw pipe isometrics for fabrication . Prereq-
principles . During the latter part of the quarter, attendance at all-               uisite: BPR 106 .
day Saturday field trips is required .                                               6400 AA               3     GUILBAULT, F      MWF     11:00AM-12:00PM   V128
8512 WB            2        VON REIS, J         T       5:00PM- 9:00PM    S243
BIO	 1481	 Plant	Identification	Lab	[M/S]                                                                      BUSINESS	ADMINISTRATION
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 148 .                                          BA	            101	       Intro	to	Business
8514 WK            2        VON REIS, J        Sa       ARR                          A critical survey of the theory, principles, and practices of mod-
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                     ern business . The theme is building world class employees who
BIO	 199	               Special	Studies                                              produce and distribute world class goods and services in an in-
Intended for student projects of undergraduate research .                            creasingly competitive global marketplace . Critical thinking, sys-
8516 AA           1-15 VON REIS, J            ARR       ARR                          tems understanding, resource allocation, human relations, and
$10 lab fee.                                                                         technology application are emphasized .
                                                                                     1000 AA               5     BAYLESS, S        MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM   W155
BIO	 221	               Anatomy/Physiology	I	[M/S]
The structure and functions of systems of the human body; in-                        BA	            103	       Salesmanship
tegumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous . The use of human                      A study in consumer motivation, buyer benefits, overcoming sales
models and cats illustrate the systems . Prerequisite: A grade of                    resistance, and closing of sales supplemented by sales demonstra-
2 .0 or better in BIO 105/BIO 1051 or BIO 111/BIO 1111 . Recom-                      tions developed and presented in the classroom .
mended CHM 100/CHM 1001 .                                                            1002 AA               5     HOLAND, G         MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   B103
5038 AAW 4                  CHANDLER, R      MTWTh      9:10AM-10:00AM    S238
5039 BAW 4                  CHANDLER, T       MW        1:50PM- 3:40PM    S238
5040 CA 4                   ANDERSON, R       MW        4:00PM- 5:50PM    S156
BIO	 2211	 Anatomy/Physiology	I	Lab	[M/S]
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 221 .
5041 AAW 2                  CHANDLER, T       MW        10:20AM-12:10PM   S156
5042 BAW 2                  CHANDLER, T       TTh       1:50PM- 3:40PM    S156
5043 CA 2                   ANDERSON, R       TTh       4:00PM- 5:50PM    S156
$10 lab fee.




                            *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                           Credit Classes - 22
                  Business Administration
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION

BA	         105	          Business	&	Payroll	Tax	Accounting                                                                          BA	         252	           Principles	of	Accounting
A study of the various aspects of federal, state, and local taxes                                                                    The theory and practice of accounting, including financial state-
levied upon business . Emphasis placed on Federal Income and                                                                         ments . Emphasis on partnership and corporate accounting . Pre-
Social Security tax withholding, sales tax requirements and vari-                                                                    requisite: BA 251 or instructor’s permission .
ous state regulations regarding employee health, safety, unem-                                                                       1014 AAW 5                     WEND, T                         MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                          B101
ployment insurance and business and occupation tax . Students                                                                        8110 DII 5                     MALONE, C                        ARR                ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
will practice completion of various tax reports and maintenance                                                                      fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
of accurate tax related records . Prerequisite: BA 251 or instruc-                                                                   orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.

tor’s permission .
8100 DII             5         WEND, T                            ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     BA	         253	           Principles	of	Accounting
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   A continuation of BA 252 . Introduction of manufacturing and cost
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
orientation: Monday, 4/3/06, 7:00 p.m., Room B102.
                                                                                                                                     accounting . Analysis of financial statements, budgeting and cost
                                                                                                                                     volume analysis . Prerequisite: BA 252 .
BA	         111	          Computerized	Accounting                                                                                    1016 AAW 5                     KEY, G                          MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                          B102
This course will require students to use QuickBooks to account                                                                       1018 BAW 5                     MALONE, C                       MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                          B106
for service and merchandising businesses . The different modules                                                                     8112 DII 5                     MALONE, C                        ARR                ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
include Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll and inte-                                                                     $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition,
                                                                                                                                     instructor orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.
gration of Microsoft Excel and Word . Prerequisites: BA 251 and BA
252 or concurrent enrollment in BA 252 .                                                                                             8114 WB              5         HOLMES, J                          TTh               5:00PM- 7:10PM                         B106
8102 DII             4         LEWIS, T                           ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     BA	         254	           Business	Law
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor    An introduction to the American legal system including its social,
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 7:00 p.m., Room B101.
                                                                                                                                     political, and philosophical roots . The court system and judicial
BA	         1111	 Computerized	Accounting	Lab                                                                                        procedures are critically examined, and the class inquires exten-
Lab to be taken concurrently with BA 111 .                                                                                           sively into business torts, crimes, and contracts .
8104 DII             1         LEWIS, T                           ARR               ARR                                              1020 AAW 5                     KEY, G                          MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                          B102
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   1022 BAW 5                     KEY, G                          MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         B102
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 7:00 p.m., Room B101.
                                                                                                                                     8116 DII 5                     KEY, G                           ARR                ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
BA	         120	          Personal	Finance                                                                                           orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 6:00 p.m., Room B102.

A decision-making approach to personal financial planning . Stu-                                                                     BA	         255	           Business	Law
dents will use course materials and internet resources to develop                                                                    A continuation of BA 254 . Topics covered include: Partnerships,
personal financial strategies .                                                                                                      corporations, real and personal property, financial arrangements,
8106 DII             5         MANCO, G                           ARR               ARR                                              government regulatory schemes and more .
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                            8118 DII             5         KEY, G                             ARR              ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
BA	         1952	 Supervised	Employment                                                                                              fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
                                                                                                                                     orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 6:00 p.m., Room B102.
A supervised paid work experience in a community agency, busi-
ness, or industrial firm involving the application and practice of                                                                   BA	         262	           Management	Principles
skills and principles learned in the classroom . Instructor’s permis-                                                                A study of the essentials of management in merchandising, man-
sion required .                                                                                                                      ufacturing, agriculture, agrichemical business, and service busi-
1004 AA              1-15 HOLAND, G                               ARR               ARR                                              nesses .
                                                                                                                                     8120 WB              5         JUDY, B                            MW                5:00PM- 7:10PM                      B104A
BA	         1962	 Employment	Seminar
Designed to provide students with insight into the many aspects                                                                      BA	         267	           Marketing	Special	Projects
of the world of work through discussions of their personal work                                                                      A practical and student-centered project oriented class, utilizing
environments, encompassing actual on-the-job training and ob-                                                                        marketing skills to develop marketing plans for the Tri-Cities area
servations . Concurrent enrollment with BA 1952 . May be repeated                                                                    business and charitable organizations . The use of primary and
to a maximum of six credits .                                                                                                        secondary data collection, research, business start-up planning,
1006 AA              1- 5 HOLAND, G                               ARR               ARR                                              profitable business decision making, and business communica-
                                                                                                                                     tions skills as they relate to a final project . Prerequisite: Instruc-
BA	         250	          Management	Information	Systems                                                                             tor’s permission .
An overview of management information systems foundations and                                                                        1024 AA              1-15 HOLAND, G                            MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         B103
essentials including database management, electronic commerce,
and emerging technologies . Development, management, and or-                                                                         BA	         268	           Marketing	Special	Projects	II
ganization of information systems complete this basic course .                                                                       A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project
8108 DII             5         MANCO, G                           ARR               ARR                                              course utilizing material provided by proposing clients . Included
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                            in this project is the development of a marketing promotional
                                                                                                                                     plan for-profit and not- for-profit companies . This special project
BA	         251	          Principles	of	Accounting                                                                                   is designed to help the student use marketing skills related to pri-
Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situa-                                                                      mary and secondary data collecting and added researched data,
tions . Introduction to the accounting cycle for service and mer-                                                                    business startup planning, making a business more profitable, and
chandising firms controlling to purchases and sales with business                                                                    decision-making as they relate to the final promotion of a prod-
papers, special journals, and subsidiary ledgers .                                                                                   uct or business . As in course BA 267 more advanced projects will
1010 AAW 5                     LEWIS, T                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         I107      be assigned and above skills will be expanded .
1012 BAW 5                     WEND, T                         MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        B102      1026 AA              1-15 HOLAND, G                            MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         B103
8109 DII 5                     MALONE, C                        ARR                 ARR                                              Instructor’s permission required.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.


2 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                               Chemistry
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR     DAY        TIME              LOCATION

BA	            269	        Marketing	Special	Projects	III                                CHM	 1011	 Introduction	to	Chemistry	Lab	[M/S]
A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project                            Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 101 .
course utilizing material provided by proposing clients, student                         5064 AA            1        COOKE, J       W          8:00AM- 9:50AM    S134
researched data . Included in this project is the development of                         5066 BA            1        ROGERS, T      W          3:00PM- 4:50PM    S134
a marketing promotional plan for-profit and not-for-profit com-                          8534 WB            1        LUCKE, R       W          5:00PM- 8:00PM    S134
                                                                                         $10 lab fee.
panies . This special project is designed to help the student use
marketing skills related to effective business promotion and/or                          CHM	 110	               General	Chemistry/Health	Science	[M/S]
product development . Selling skills, creative planning and im-                          Fundamentals of inorganic chemistry with special emphasis on
plementation training will be utilized for the clients benefit . As                      the application of principles to the health sciences . Topics cov-
in course BA 268 more technical and advanced projects and re-                            ered include: Measurements, energy, atomic structure, chemical
search will be assigned and the above skills will be expanded to                         bonding, nomenclature, mole concept, stoichiometry, gas laws,
client specifications .                                                                  liquid and solid states, solutions, equilibrium, acid/base chemis-
1028 AA               1-15 HOLAND, G             MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM   B103       try, oxidation-reduction and nuclear chemistry . (Students pursu-
Instructor’s permission required.
                                                                                         ing an Associate Degree in Nursing should take CHM 100/CHM
BA	            271	        Human	Relations	Business                                      1001) Prerequisite: MTH 91 or higher . (MTH 106 and Vocational
Study of the individual and his or her growth and development .                          Math do not apply .)
Course is designed to enable students to establish goals and lead                        5068 AA            4        GASSMAN, C   MTWTh        12:40PM- 1:30PM   S226
others in the accomplishment of those goals . It is aimed at height-                     CHM	 1101	 General	Chemistry/Health	Science	Lab	[M/S]
ening the students awareness of leadership and management .                              Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 110 .
1030 AA               5        HOLAND, G         MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM    B103       5070 AA            1        COOKE, J       W          1:50PM- 3:40PM    S136
8122 WB               5        HOLAND, G          MW        5:00PM- 7:10PM    B103       $10 lab fee.

BA	            2952	 Supervised	Employment                                               CHM	 112	               General	Chemistry	II	[M/S]
A supervised, paid work experience in a community agency, busi-                          Liquids, solids, solutions, colloids, acids, bases, salts, kinetics, mo-
ness or industrial firm involving the application and practice of                        lecular and ionic equilibria, thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction,
skills and principles learned in the classroom . Instructor’s permis-                    electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry . Theory and problem-
sion required .                                                                          solving are given vigorous emphasis . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0
1032 AA               1- 5 HOLAND, G              ARR       ARR                          or better in CHM 111/CHM 1111 .
                           KEY, G                 ARR       ARR                          5072 AA            4        ROGERS, T    MTWTh        8:00AM- 8:50AM    S145
                           WYSOCKI, C             ARR       ARR                          5073 BA            4        ROGERS, T    MTWTh        8:00AM- 8:50AM    S145
                                            CHEMISTRY                                    CHM	 1121	 General	Chemistry	II	Lab	[M/S]
                                                                                         Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 112 .
CHM	 100	                  Survey	of	Chemistry	[M/S]                                     5074 AA            1        ROGERS, T       T         1:50PM- 4:40PM    S138
Basic introduction to chemical principles as they apply to the                           5075 BA            1        ROGERS, T      Th         9:10AM-12:00PM    S138
structure and behavior of matter . Illustrations from everyday life,                     $10 lab fee.
environmental topics, medicine, and biochemistry will be used
to illustrate chemical principles . Topics include: Measurement in                       CHM	 113	               General	Chemistry	III	[M/S]
science, properties of matter, atomic structure, bonding, nuclear                        Nonmetals, metalloids, metals, coordination chemistry and an
chemistry, mole concept, gas laws, solutions, and acids/bases . As-                      introduction to organic and biochemistry . Laboratory includes
sumes no previous chemistry and designed to fulfill the chemistry                        a basic introduction to the qualitative analysis of common cat-
requirement for the A .A .S . Degree in Nursing and Dental Hygiene                       ions and anions . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better in CHM 112/
at CBC . Course may also be used to fulfill the general science re-                      CHM 1121 .
quirement for the A .A . Degree . Prerequisite: MTH 91 or higher .                       5076 AA            4        GRANT, K     MTWTh        9:10AM-10:00AM    S153
(MTH 106 and Vocational Math do not apply .)                                             8536 WB            4        GRANT, K       M          5:00PM- 8:30PM    S238
5058 AA               4        GASSMAN, C        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:00AM    S226       CHM	 1131	 General	Chemistry	III	Lab	[M/S]
8528 WB               4        LINI, D            MW        5:00PM- 8:00PM    S145       Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 113 .
                               LINI, D             Th       5:00PM- 6:00PM    S145       5078 AA            1        HOPPE, E       Th         1:50PM- 4:40PM    S138
CHM	 1001	 Survey	of	Chemistry	Lab	[M/S]                                                 8538 WB            1        GRANT, K       W          5:00PM- 8:30PM    S138
                                                                                         $10 lab fee.
Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 100 .
5060 AA               1        GASSMAN, C          Th       10:20AM-12:10PM   S136       CHM	 130	               Biochemistry/Health	Science	[M/S]
8530 WB               1        LINI, D             W        6:00PM- 8:00PM    S136       Topics covered include: Optical isomerism; structure and function
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                         of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids; protein syn-
CHM	 101	                  Introduction	to	Chemistry	[M/S]                               thesis, enzymes, hormones; biochemical energetics and metabo-
Introduction to chemical principles, chemical measurements, mat-                         lism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins . Prerequisite: Grade of
ter and energy, atomic theory, periodic properties, mole concept,                        2 .0 or better in CHM 120/CHM 1201 .
molecules, compounds and chemical bonding, nomenclature and                              5080 AA            4        GASSMAN, C   MTWTh        8:00AM- 8:50AM    S226
chemical equations, stoichiometry and chemical calculations, gas                         8540 WB            4        LINI, D       TTh         5:00PM- 8:00PM    S238
laws, solids, liquids, phase changes, oxidation-reduction reactions,                     CHM	 1301	 Biochemistry/Health	Science	Lab	[M/S]
solutions, reaction rates and chemical equilibrium, and acids/bases .                    Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 130 .
The course is directed toward students needing a knowledge of                            5082 AA            1        GASSMAN, C      T         10:20AM-12:10PM   S136
the fundamentals of inorganic chemistry and planning to obtain a                         8542 WB            1        LINI, D         T         5:00PM- 8:00PM    S136
degree in the physical/life science/engineering disciplines . Excel-                     $10 lab fee.
lent preparation for CHM 111 . Prerequisite: MTH 95 or MTH 98 .
5062 AA               4        ROGERS, T         MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:30PM   S145
8532 WB               4        LUCKE, R           MW        5:00PM- 8:00PM    S226


                                *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                          Credit Classes - 24
                  Chemistry
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR     DAY        TIME             LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME       LOCATION

CHM	 223	               Organic	Chemistry	III	[M/S]                               CHM	 2865	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]
Advanced reaction mechanisms and syntheses . Polymers, macro-                     Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
molecular and biochemical applications, spectroscopy, chroma-                     chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By
tography, and identification of organic compounds . Prerequisite:                 arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-
Grade of 2 .0 or better in CHM 222/CHM 2221 .                                     cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate
5084 AA            3        GRANT,K       MTW         8:00AM- 8:50AM   S143       in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .
                                                                                  Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,
CHM	 2231	 Organic	Chemistry	III	Lab	[M/S]                                        or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s
Lab to be taken concurrently with CHM 223 .                                       permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this
5086 AA            3        HYLDEN, J      TTh        1:50PM- 4:40PM   S141       course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                  CBC chemistry courses .
CHM	 2861	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]                            5096 AA           1- 3 GRANT, K               ARR       ARR        S141
                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By                 CHM	 2866	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]
arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-                    Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate            chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By
in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .                 arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-
Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,                    cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate
or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s               in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .
permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this              Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,
course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other               or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s
CBC chemistry courses .                                                           permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this
5088 AA            1- 3 GRANT, K           ARR        ARR              S141       course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                  CBC chemistry courses .
CHM	 2862	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]                            5098 AA           1- 3 GRANT, K               ARR       ARR        S141
                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By                 CHM	 2867	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]
arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-                    Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate            chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By
in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .                 arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-
Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,                    cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate
or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s               in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .
permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this              Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,
course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other               or high school Chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s
CBC chemistry courses .                                                           permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this
5090 AA            1- 3 GRANT, K           ARR        ARR              S141       course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                  CBC Chemistry courses .
CHM	 2863	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]                            6000 AA           1- 3 GRANT, K               ARR       ARR        S141
                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By                 CHM	 2868	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]
arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-                    Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate            chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By
in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .                 arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-
Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,                    cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate
or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s               in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .
permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this              Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,
course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other               or high school Chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s
CBC chemistry courses .                                                           permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this
5092 AA            1- 3 GRANT, K           ARR        ARR              S141       course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                  CBC chemistry courses .
CHM	 2864	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]                            6002 AA           1- 3 GRANT, K               ARR       ARR        S141
                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By                 CHM	 2869	 Undergraduate	Research,	Special	Topic	[M/S]
arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-                    Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate            chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By
in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .                 arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a spe-
Prerequisite: CHM 101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,                    cial topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate
or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s               in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) .
permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this              Prerequisite: CHM101/CHM 1011 with a grade of 2 .0 or higher,
course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other               or high school Chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s
CBC chemistry courses .                                                           permission is also required to enroll . Note: Credits earned in this
5094 AA            1- 3 GRANT, K           ARR        ARR              S141       course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                  CBC chemistry courses .
                                                                                  6004 AA           1- 3 GRANT, K               ARR       ARR        S141
                                                                                  $10 lab fee.



25 - Credit Classes                                                                                           *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                                                        Chinese – Computer Science
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

                                                    CHINESE                                                                                                               COMPUTER	SCIENCE
CHIN	 103	                Chinese	Third	Quarter	[H]                                                                                  CS	         102	          Visual	Basic	1	[Q/SR]
Introduction to the Chinese language including speaking and lis-                                                                     This is a beginning Visual Basic programming course using Microsoft
tening skills, reading, writing, and grammar and Chinese culture                                                                     Visual Basic .Net . Students will learn to write, design, and debug
including geography, customs, daily life, and heritage . Prerequi-                                                                   windows applications using controls, variables, selection and rep-
site: Chinese 102 or instructor’s permission .                                                                                       etition structures, and calculations to solve problems . Prerequi-
2504 AA              5         SUN, Y                          MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        L101      site: Math 95 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better
                                                                                                                                     before taking this course .
                              COMPUTER	APPLICATION                                                                                   3014       AA        5         HENRY, C                        MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         T550
                                                                                                                                     3016       BAW       5         DEHAAN, M                       MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        T566
CA	         100	          Introduction	to	Microcomputers                                                                             3018       CA        5         HENRY, C                        MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        T550
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems                                                                         3020       DA        5         WOLF, D                         MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        T566
and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word process-                                                                       8314       DII       5         ROBBINS, T                       ARR                 ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
ing, and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience .                                                                          fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
Recommended: Keyboarding experience or AOT 101 taken con-                                                                            dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
                                                                                                                                     WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277
currently .                                                                                                                          8316 WB              5         MIJIC, M                           TTh               5:00PM- 7:20PM                         T550
3064 AA              4         HUMPHREY, D                     MTWTh                6:50AM- 7:50AM                         T547
This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
                                                                                                                                     CS	         106	          Database	Systems	1
3065 AA              4         DYE, S                            F                  7:15AM-11:45AM                        W165       This course is an introduction to database systems using Microsoft
3068 BA              4         FREER, J                        MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                        T547       Access . The course content includes: An introduction to Microsoft
This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
3070 CA              4         CABLE, M                         TTh                 8:00AM-10:10AM                        W160       Access 2002, creating and maintaining a database, querying a data-
3072 CA              4         FREER, J                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                        T547       base, creating forms and reports, integrating Access with the Web
This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.                                                                            and other software programs, automating tasks with macros, and
3074 DA              4         FREER, J                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        T547      database security . Prerequisite: CA 100 . All prerequisites must be
This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
                                                                                                                                     passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
8300 DII             4         SIDWELL, K                         ARR               ARR                                              3022 AA              5         WOLF, D                         MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         T548
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required ori-       8318 DII             5         WOLF, D                          ARR                 ARR
entation meeting on 4/3/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T547. Contact ksidwell@columbiabasin.edu for info. This CA course is NOT a pre-           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
requisite for AOT courses.                                                                                                           fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                                                                                     meeting on 4/4/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T549. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
8302 DII             4         LUND, E                            ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required Orientation
Meeting on 4/3/06 from 5:30p.m. -7:30p.m. In W143. Bring Textbook and disk.
                                                                                                                                     CS	         109	          PC	Hardware	1
                                                                                                                                     This is the first course in a two-course series designed to provide
8304 DII             4         CABLE, M                           ARR               ARR                                              the knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for a successful com-
Required orientation meeting on 4/4/06 at 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. In W143. Bring textbook and disk.
8305 DII             4         SIDWELL, K                         ARR               ARR                                              puter service technician as defined by experts from companies
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.          across the industry . Hardware topics include: Power supply, CPUs,
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required ori-
entation meeting on 4/3/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T547. Contact ksidwell@columbiabasin.edu for info. This CA course is NOT a pre-           and motherboards . Other topics include: DOS Operating System,
requisite for AOT courses.                                                                                                           number systems, working safely and professionally, and the cus-
3078 EA              4         STAFF                           MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                    W180D         tomer relations skills necessary in the industry .
3080 EA              4         FREER, J                        MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                     T547         3024 AA              5         WINN, D                         MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         T544
This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
                                                                                                                                     8320 WB              5         SIDWELL, K                       MW                  7:30PM- 9:40PM                         T559
3081 EA              4         DYE, S                            F                  12:15PM- 4:45PM                       W165
3082 FA              4         FREER, J
This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
                                                               MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                       T547       CS	         110	          Windows	Operating	Systems	1
                                                                                                                                     This course is an introduction to the Microsoft Windows XP Pro-
3084 HA              4         DYE, S                          MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM                        W160       fessional operating system . The course content includes: Custom-
8306 WB              4         SIDWELL, K                       TTh                 7:30PM- 9:30PM                        T547
This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.                                                                            izing Windows XP, Windows XP file systems, implementing short-
8308 WK              4         LUND, E                             F                5:00PM- 9:30PM                        W165       cut strategies, using OLE technologies, data backup, safeguarding
8310 XB              4         SIDWELL, K                         MW                5:00PM- 7:20PM                        T547       your computer, evaluating system performance, troubleshooting
This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
                                                                                                                                     computer and operating system problems, and exploring the
8312 YB              4         DYE, S                             TTh               5:15PM- 7:25PM                        W160       Windows Registry . Prerequisite: CA 100 . All prerequisites must be
CA	         172	          Word	Processing                                                                                            passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
Develops employable word processing skills and implements effec-                                                                     3026 AA              5         HENRY, C                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         T550
tive application in a business environment using a word process-                                                                     8322 DII             5         MIJIC, M                         ARR                 ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
ing software, currently Microsoft Word . Topics covered include all                                                                  fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                                                                                     meeting on 4/5/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mmijic@columbiabasin.edu for info.
major functions of Word, including margins, tabs, tables, columns,
document enhancement, graphics, merge, styles, outline, tables                                                                       CS	         113	          Introduction	to	the	Internet
of contents, and templates . Preparation for Microsoft Office User                                                                   Effective use of the Internet is recognized as an important asset
Certification . (Cross-coded with AOT 172) . Prerequisite: CA 100 .                                                                  for professionals in virtually every area of work or study . The stu-
3086 AA              5         JOHNSTON, K                     MTWTh                10:20AM-12:30PM                       W165       dents will learn how to use the Internet in a productive way to
                                                                                                                                     access services, resources, and information . Prerequisite: Com-
                                                                                                                                     puter experience .
                                                                                                                                     3028 AA              2         WINN, D                            TTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM                        T559
                                                                                                                                     8324 DII             2         WINN, D                            ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                                                                                     meeting on 4/4/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T548. Contact dwinn@columbiabasin.edu for info.




                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                                                    Credit Classes - 26
                  Computer Science
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

CS	         114	          HTML	(Internet	Publishing	1)                                                                               CS	         172	          C#	2
This course will provide students with skills needed to create                                                                       This class is the second in a series of three in which the students will
WWW pages . The student will learn HTML, how to include text                                                                         learn the C# programming language . Students will learn classes,
pictures and hypertext links, as well as advanced HTML subjects                                                                      C# type systems, methods, properties, overloading, characters and
such as tables, forms, and frames . They will also learn how to cre-                                                                 strings, arrays, indexers, inheritance, virtual methods, exceptions,
ate and manipulate maps and animated gifs . Prerequisite: CS 113 .                                                                   and files and streams . Prerequisite: CS 171 . All prerequisites must
All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before tak-                                                                   be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
ing this class .                                                                                                                     8334 DII             5         HENRY, C                           ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
8326 WB              5         HUMPHREY, D                        MW                7:30PM- 9:50PM                         T550      fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                                                                                     meeting on 4/4/06 at 5:00 p.m. in T550. Contact chenry@columbiabasin.edu for info.
CS	         122	          PC	Hardware	2
This is the second course in a two-course series designed to pro-                                                                    CS	         1952	 Work-based	Learning	1
vide the knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for a successful                                                                 An internship course designed to provide a practical experience
computer service technician as defined by experts from compa-                                                                        for technical support students as an integral part of the overall
nies across the industry . Students will learn how to troubleshoot                                                                   academic program . Students intern at CBC’s computer labs and
and repair hardware problems, and install components . Hardware                                                                      Help Desk to provide technical support to campus faculty and staff
topics include: Memory, I/O busses, removable and fixed drives,                                                                      via phone and on-site visits . Academic credits only, non-paying .
optical drives, graphics and sounds, and printers . Prerequisite: CS                                                                 Students are required to work 3 hours per credit hour (3 hours
109 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before                                                                  per week per credit) . Prerequisites: Enrolled in Computer Science
taking this class .                                                                                                                  Program and instructor’s permission .
3030 BA              5         SAKO, T                         MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        T548      3034 AA              1- 5 ROBBINS, T                           MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                         T559
                                                                                                                                     3036 BA              1- 2 ROBBINS, T                            MW                  1:50PM- 2:50PM                         T559
CS	         150	          Computer	Security
This class covers the basics of computer security . Students will                                                                    CS	         1953	 Work-based	Learning	2
learn about virus protection, installing security patches, using                                                                     This course is for CS students who will receive on-the-job train-
firewalls to protect networks, cryptography and Public Key Infra-                                                                    ing in information technology . Instructor’s signature is required
structure (PKI), and legal issues . Prerequisites: CS 109 and CS 110,                                                                for registration . In addition, students must meet the requirements
or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with                                                                   of job performance specified by the employer, learning objectives
a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                                          specified by instructor and the CS Department . Prerequisites: En-
8327 WB              5         STAFF                              MW                5:00PM- 7:20PM                         T566      rolled in the CS Program and instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                                     3038 AA              1- 5 ROBBINS, T                           MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                         T559
CS	         161	          C++1	[Q/SR]                                                                                                3040 BA              1- 2 ROBBINS, T                            MW                  1:50PM- 2:50PM                         T559
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will
learn the C++ programming language . C++ is an extension of C                                                                        CS	         202	          Visual	Basic	2	[Q/SR]
language, which includes both procedural and object-oriented                                                                         This is an intermediate Visual Basic programming course using
programming . It is the basis for most PC based windows programs .                                                                   Microsoft Visual Basic .Net . Students will learn to write, design,
Students will learn C++ keywords, control structures, functions,                                                                     and debug Windows applications using multiple forms, databas-
arrays, and strings . Prerequisite: MTH 95 . All prerequisites must be                                                               es, procedures, functions, files, classes, and calculations to solve
passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                              problems . Students will also learn to distribute Windows applica-
3032 AA              5         HUMPHREY, D                     MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        T559      tions . Prerequisites: CS 102 . All prerequisites must be passed with
8328 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                       ARR                 ARR                                              a 2 .0 or better before taking this course .
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-     8336 WB              5         MIJIC, M                           TTh               7:30PM- 9:30PM                         T550
dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277                                                   CS	         207	          Word	Implementation
8329 WB              5         BEE, J                             MW                7:30PM- 9:50PM                         T566      This class teaches application-specific skills that will enable stu-
                                                                                                                                     dents to effectively implement, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft
CS	         162	          C++2	[Q/SR]                                                                                                Word within a corporate environment . There is a strong emphasis
This class is the second in a series of three in which the student                                                                   on the skills required for supporting users of Microsoft Word in a
will learn the C++ programming language . The students will learn                                                                    workgroup . This class is designed to help prepare students for the
advanced features of C++ including: Operator overloading, inheri-                                                                    MOUS Word Expert Certification test . (Extra study and product ex-
tance, virtual functions, and polymorphism, stream input/output,                                                                     perience are typically required to pass a certification exam) . Prereq-
templates, file processing, linked lists, characters, strings, struc-                                                                uisite: CA 172, CS 110, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites
tures and classes . Prerequisite: CS 161 . All prerequisites must be                                                                 must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                              8338 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR
8330 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-     dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.         WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277
WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277

CS	         171	          C#	1
This class is the first in a series of three in which the students will
learn the C# programming language . Students will learn C# in MS
 .Net framework, variables, control structures, object-oriented pro-                                                                               Think 2006-2007.
gramming, and classes . Prerequisite: CS 161 . All prerequisites must
be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
8332 WB              5         BEE, J                             MW                5:00PM- 7:20PM                         T548
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27 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                                                             Computer Science
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR      DAY    TIME              LOCATION

CS	         208	          Advanced	Spreadsheets                                                                                      CS	     223	         Operating	Systems	2
An advanced spreadsheets course with topics including: Inte-                                                                         This course will prepare students to administer UNIX and Linux .
grating Excel with other Windows programs and the World Wide                                                                         This course covers topics related to: Installation, configuration,
Web, working with multiple worksheets, data tables and scenar-                                                                       troubleshooting, and optimization of a Linux Server . Students will
io management, using solver for complex problems, importing                                                                          learn to set up and maintain users, groups, and file systems . The
data into Excel, exchanging Excel with Visual Basic, and installa-                                                                   students will learn how to use critical thinking and troubleshoot-
tion and troubleshooting user’s problems . Prerequisite: CA 124                                                                      ing tools to troubleshoot the server, printers, and workstations .
or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with                                                                   Prerequisite: CS 223, CS 224, MTH 95, or instructor’s permission .
a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                                          All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before tak-
8340 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR                                              ing this class .
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-     8348 WB         5        HUMPHREY, D     TTh     7:30PM- 9:50PM   T566
dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277                                                   CS	     224	         Networks	2
                                                                                                                                     Theory, design, installation, configuration, and management
CS	         212	          Visual	Basic	3                                                                                             of computer networks . Focuses on local area network concepts
This is an advanced Visual Basic programming course using Microsoft                                                                  with emphasis on configuring TCP/IP, subnetting, the ISO stack,
Visual Basic .Net . Students will learn to write, design, and debug                                                                  interconnect devices, and physical media . Prerequisite: CS 109 .
Windows applications with essential data structures and data-                                                                        All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before tak-
bases, with  .Net interfaces . Students will also learn to use differ-                                                               ing this class .
ent types of programming models to fit the needs of customers .                                                                      3052 AA         5        WINN, D        MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM   T549
Prerequisite: CS 202 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0
or better before taking this class .                                                                                                 CS	     225	         SQL2
3042 AA              5         ROBBINS, T                      MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        T559      This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to
                                                                                                                                     implement a database solution with Microsoft SQL Server client/
CS	         216	          XML	(Internet	Publishing	III)                                                                              server 2000 database management system . Prerequisites: CS 206
This class provides an introduction and practical experience with                                                                    and MTH 95 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better
the Extensible Markup Language (XML) and its associated stan-                                                                        before taking this class .
dards . Prerequisites: CS 115 and MTH 95 . All prerequisites must                                                                    3054 AAW 5               WOLF, D        MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   T549
be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
3044 AA              5         SAKO, T                         MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         T566      CS	     228	         Windows	Server
                                                                                                                                     This course will prepare students to work with Windows Server . This
CS	         218	          ASP.NET                                                                                                    course covers topics related to: Installation, configuration, trouble-
This course will prepare students to develop Web applications in                                                                     shooting, and optimization of a Windows Server . The students will
the  .NET arena . Students will learn to create Web forms and Web                                                                    learn to set up and maintain users, groups, and file systems . The
services . Prerequisite: CS 102, CS 114, or instructor’s permission .                                                                students will learn how to use critical thinking and troubleshoot-
All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before tak-                                                                   ing tools to troubleshoot the server, printers, and workstations .
ing this class .                                                                                                                     This class will help to prepare students to pass one of the Windows
3046 AA              5         SAKO, T                         MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         T549      exams . Prerequisites: CS 224 and MTH 95 . All prerequisites must
CS	         221	          SQL1                                                                                                       be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to                                                                       3056 AAW 5               DEHAAN, M      MTWTh    8:00AM- 9:00AM   T548
install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft SQL                                                                       8350 WB 5                STAFF           TTh     5:00PM- 7:20PM   T549
Server client/server database management systems . It will help                                                                      CS	     229	         Webmaster
prepare students for the MCDBA Certificate . Prerequisites: CS 106                                                                   In this course, the student will gain the knowledge and skills need-
and MTH 95 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better                                                                  ed to design and manage an Intranet or Internet Web site . Spe-
before taking this class .                                                                                                           cifically, the student will learn how to set up and configure a Web
8344 DII             5         WOLF, D                            ARR               ARR                                              Server, and the applications needed to support it . Familiarity with
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation       using Internet technologies, building Web pages with HTML, and
meeting on 4/4/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T549. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
                                                                                                                                     with basic programming concepts are assumed . Prerequisites: CS
CS	         222	          Novell	1                                                                                                   114, CS 228, and MTH 95 . All prerequisites must be passed with a
This course is an introduction to Novell Netware . It provides stu-                                                                  2 .0 or better before taking this class .
dents with basic knowledge about implementing NetWare and                                                                            3058 AA         5        SAKO, T        MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM   T549
using it’s management tools . The course will contain information                                                                    CS	     230	         Active	Directory
on setting up and managing network access for users, managing                                                                        This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge
the file system, securing NDS and the file system, and server instal-                                                                and skills necessary to install, configure, and administer Microsoft
lation . Prerequisites: CA 100, CS 109, and MTH 95 . All prerequisites                                                               Windows Active Directory, directory services . The course also fo-
must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                      cuses on implementing Group Policy and performing the Group
8346 WB              5         STAFF                              MW                7:30PM- 9:50PM                         T549      Policy-related tasks that are required to centrally manage users
                                                                                                                                     and computers . Prerequisites: CS 228 and MTH 95 . All prerequisites
                                                                                                                                     must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
                                                                                                                                     3060 AAW 5               DEHAAN, M      MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM   T559


  Have you registered for FYI?
                      First Year Introduction
    Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new,
   Running Start, degree and certificate seeking students .
                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                  Credit Classes - 28
                  Criminal Justice – Dental Hygiene
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION

CS	         231	          Windows	Network	Security                                                                                   CJ	     222	         Alcohol/Drug	Pharmacology/Physiology
This course will prepare students to install, manage, monitor, con-                                                                  Physical response of the human body to alcohol and other drugs,
figure, and troubleshoot DNS, DHCP, Remote Access, Network Pro-                                                                      current research findings, basic information and terminology es-
tocols, IP Routing, and WINS in a Windows network infrastructure .                                                                   sential for working on treatment teams with physicians and nurses
In addition, this class will also prepare students to manage, moni-                                                                  and for communicating with patients and families .
tor, and troubleshoot Network Address Translation and Certificate                                                                    2606 AA         3        CORSON, R         MTTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM   B107
Services . It also prepares the student to pass one of the MCSA/
MCSE exams . Prerequisites: CS 228 and MTH 95 . All prerequisites                                                                    CJ	     234	         Criminal	Evidence
must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                      Rules of evidence affecting the admissibility of evidence into court
3062 AA              5         WINN, D                         MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        T559      in criminal cases as they pertain to the law enforcement officer
                                                                                                                                     or other members of the criminal justice system . Prerequisite: CJ
CS	         260	          Data	Structures	in	C++                                                                                     131 or instructor’s permission .
This course is the third in a series of three in which the students will                                                             2608 AA         3        CORSON, R         MTW       9:10AM-10:10AM    B107
learn the C++ programming language . The students will learn how
to implement and use different types of data-structures . This will                                                                  CJ	     242	         Introduction	to	Forensic	Science
lead the students to create data-driven programs and algorithms .                                                                    An overview of the role of the forensic scientist in criminal inves-
The students will learn more about linked lists, stacks, queues, bi-                                                                 tigation . Course subject matter will focus upon the crime labora-
nary trees, and binary search, recursion, and sorting . The course                                                                   tory, instruments and methods used by the forensic scientist in
starts at a level that assumes a good working knowledge of C++ .                                                                     analyzing criminal evidence . Specialized careers in Forensic Sci-
Prerequisite: CS 162 or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites                                                                  ence will be reviewed .
must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                      2610 AA         5        CORSON, R        MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM   B107
3063 AA              5         ROBBINS, T                      MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        T559      CJ	     290	         Basic	Reserve	Officer	Law	Enforcement	Academy
CS	         261	          Visual	C++	1                                                                                               An overview of the fundamental subjects associated with the po-
A course in MFC programming with C++ and Visual C++ will help                                                                        sition of Reserve Law Enforcement Officers . Washington Criminal
students to program using C++ with Microsoft Foundation classes                                                                      Justice Training Commission approved . A Law Enforcement Agen-
for Windows applications . Students will also learn to use AppWiz-                                                                   cy Sponsorship required .
ard, Class Wizard, controls menus, dialog and other resources, and                                                                   8260 WB 1- 9 CORSON, R                    TWTh       7:00PM-10:00PM    L107
database processing in large applications . This course is intended
for students who are already familiar with C++ language . Prereq-                                                                                                     DENTAL	HYGIENE
uisite: CS 162 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or bet-                                                                DHYG	 125	           Restorative	Dentistry	I
ter before taking this class .                                                                                                       Second in a series of courses dealing with restorative dentistry .
8356 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR                                              Presents the composition, chemical and physical properties and
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
                                                                                                                                     use of materials commonly utilized in the dental laboratory and
WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277                                                   dental operatory . Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in DHYG
                                                                                                                                     1251 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter
CS	         299	          Special	Studies                                                                                            builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters .
8357 WB 1- 5 STAFF                                                TTh               5:00PM- 7:20PM                         T559      Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion
                                                                                                                                     of quarterly Dental Hygiene Program courses .
                                       CRIMINAL	JUSTICE                                                                              4300 AA         1        STAFF              W        11:00AM-11:50PM   T527
CJ	         135	          Traffic	Control                                                                                            DHYG	 1251	 Restorative	Dentistry	I	Lab
A study of the history of traffic control, routine and emergency                                                                     Second in a series dealing with restorative dentistry . Provides
traffic procedures . Fundamentals of traffic accident investigation                                                                  laboratory experience in performing common dental laborato-
will be covered .                                                                                                                    ry procedures and prepares for the clinical practice of expanded
2600 AA              3         CORSON, R                         TWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                         B107      functions including amalgam manipulation techniques . Prereq-
CJ	         1972	 Internship                                                                                                         uisite: Concurrent enrollment in DHYG 125 . Due to the nature of
A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the                                                                  the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge
law enforcement environment . The experience shall consist of a                                                                      and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is
minimum of six hours per week . The experience assignment will                                                                       contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hy-
be at the discretion of the agency where the student is placed .                                                                     giene Program courses .
The agency will make an effort to give the student a well-rounded                                                                    4302 AA         1        STAFF             ARR       1:00PM- 2:50PM    T524
                                                                                                                                     4304 BA         1        STAFF             ARR       3:00PM- 4:50PM    T524
experience; the assignment may be terminated by either party at
any time . Instructor’s permission required .                                                                                        DHYG	 126	           Pain	Control	In	Dentistry
2602 AA              1- 5 CORSON, R                               ARR               ARR                                              Covers the pharmacology and physiology of local anesthetic agents .
                                                                                                                                     Application of knowledge of the anatomy of nerves, physiology
CJ	         198	          Special	Projects                                                                                           of nerve conduction and how anesthesia works . Discusses the
A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in                                                                      prevention and management of associated possible emergen-
the law enforcement environment . The experience shall consist                                                                       cies . Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in DHYG 1261 . Due to
of a minimum of six hours per week . The experience assignment                                                                       the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the
will be for the student to conduct a research project that will ben-                                                                 knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing en-
efit the student in the criminal justice field . Instructor’s permis-                                                                rollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly
sion required .                                                                                                                      Dental Hygiene Program courses .
2604 AA              1- 3 CORSON, R                               ARR               ARR                                              4306 AA         1        STAFF              Th       1:00PM- 1:50PM    T527




29 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                           *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                           Dental Hygiene
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR     DAY    TIME              LOCATION

DHYG	 1261	 Pain	Control	In	Dentistry	Lab                                         DHYG	 2211	 Community	Oral	Health	I	Lab
Includes effective techniques in the delivery of anesthetic to the                Supervised clinical practice of dental hygiene students in a variety
oral cavity and appropriate selection of anesthetic as part of the                of community health settings . Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment
expanded functions for dental hygienists in the State of Wash-                    in DHYG 221 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each
ington . Skills are practiced on student partners . Prerequisite:                 quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous
Concurrent enrollment in DHYG 126 . Due to the nature of the                      quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful
program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and                      completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene Program courses .
skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is con-                4328 AA         2        STAFF          T       9:00AM- 9:50AM    T527
tingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene
Program courses .                                                                 DHYG	 2271	 Nitrous	Oxide	Sedation
4308 AA         1        STAFF             ARR       8:00AM- 9:50AM    T575       Covers the pharmacology and physiology of nitrous oxide . Focuses
4310 BA         1        STAFF             ARR       10:00AM-11:50AM   T575       on the anatomy of the nerves, physiology of nerve conduction,
                                                                                  and how nitrous oxide works . Includes effective techniques in the
DHYG	 131	           Oral	Pathology                                               delivery . Discusses the prevention and management of associated
Pathology for dental hygienist . Focuses on the study of common-                  emergencies . Skills are practiced in a clinical setting on student
ly encountered oral diseases; etiology, presentation, recognition,                partners . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quar-
treatment and effect on dental treatment . Prerequisite: Due to                   ter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters .
the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the                  Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion
knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing en-                 of quarterly Dental Hygiene Program courses .
rollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly                    4330 AA         1        STAFF         ARR     10:00AM-11:00AM    T575
Dental Hygiene Program courses .                                                                           STAFF         ARR     1:00PM- 2:00PM     T575
4312 AA         2        STAFF              Th       3:00PM- 4:00PM    T527
                                                                                  DHYG	 234	           Clinical	Dental	Hygiene	Techniques	VII
DHYG	 134	           Clinical	Dental	Hygiene	Techniques	III                       Seventh in a series of Clinical Dental Hygiene courses . Provides an
Third in a series on Dental Hygiene Techniques . Focuses on expand-               expanded learning experience through discussion and exploration
ing Dental Hygiene skills . Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in                of clinical technique practices . Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment
DHYG 1341 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each                     in DHYG 2341 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each
quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous                     quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous
quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful                    quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful
completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene Program courses .                          completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene Program courses .
4314 AA         1        STAFF              W        8:00AM- 8:50AM    T527       4334 AA         1        STAFF          Th     11:00AM-11:50AM    T527
DHYG	 1341	 Clinical	Dental	Hygiene	Techniques	III	Lab                            DHYG	 2341	 Clinical	Dental	Hygiene	Techniques	VII	LAB
Third in a series on clinical practice of dental hygiene . Basic skills of        Seventh in a series of Clinical Dental Hygiene courses . Provides
dental hygiene practice, including client assessment, instrumen-                  comprehensive clinical experience in all phases of dental hy-
tation, and treatment are practiced on clients in a clinical setting .            giene practice for a variety of patient oral health care needs .
Expands on the procedures and techniques introduced in previ-                     Expands on procedures and techniques introduced in previous
ous clinical courses . Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in DHYG                clinical courses . Includes restorative care for patients . Prerequi-
134 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter                   site: Concurrent enrollment in DHYG 234 . Due to the nature of
builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters .                  the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge
Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion                    and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is
of quarterly Dental Hygiene Program courses .                                     contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hy-
4316 AA         4        STAFF              TTh      1:00PM- 4:50PM    T575       giene Program courses .
                                            TTh      8:00AM-11:50PM    T575       4338 AA         7        STAFF         MW       8:00AM-11:50AM   T139A
                                                                                                           STAFF         MW       1:00PM- 4:50PM   T139A
	DHYG	 212	          Advance	Clinical	Topics                                      4342 BA         7        STAFF          F       8:00AM- 3:50PM    T575
Specific advanced skills in clinical dental hygiene for periodon-
tally involved and implant patients are discussed and explained .
Prepares for clinical dental hygiene practice application . Prereq-
uisite: Concurrent enrollment in DHYG 2121 . Due to the nature of
the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge
and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is
contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hy-
giene Program courses .
4320 AA         1        STAFF               F       8:00AM- 8:50AM    T524
DHYG	 2121	 Advanced	Clinical	Topics	Lab
Application of advanced skills in clinical dental hygiene practice for
periodontally involved and implant patients . Practiced in a clinical
setting on selected clinic patients . Prerequisite: Concurrent enroll-
ment in DHYG 212 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum,
each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previ-
ous quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful
completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene Program courses .
4322 AA         1        STAFF              W        1:00PM- 2:50PM    T575




                         *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                    Credit Classes - 0
                  Early Childhood Education – Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                         DAY             TIME                   LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION

                     EARLY	CHILDHOOD	EDUCATION                                                                                                                      ECONOMICS
ECE	 104	                 Child	Guidance	&	Communications	Techniques                                                EC	         201	          Principles	of	Economics	I	[S/B]
Students will learn methods of communication and behavior man-                                                      This course introduces such important concepts as: Market sys-
agement that are effective with young children . Current models                                                     tems and their alternatives, supply and demand, measurement
and theories will be explored .                                                                                     and determination of a nation’s output and income, inflation
7302 WB              3         CAMPBELL, K                        M                7:30PM- 9:40PM        A024       and unemployment, both demand-side and supply-side aspects
                                                                                                                    of fiscal and monetary policies, federal debt, and international
ECE	 113	                 Stars	20	Hour	Basic	Training                                                              trade and finance .
This class meets the Washington State Training and Registry Sys-                                                    1034 AAW 5                     SCHAU, D                        MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         L102
tem (STARS) requirements for child care providers . Instruction will                                                1036 BAW 5                     MALONE, C                       MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         B101
provide an overview of the core competency areas including child                                                    8124 DII 5                     SCHAU, D                         ARR                ARR
growth and development, child guidance, and health and safety                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                    fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
as well as current state policies and early childhood research .                                                    orientation: Monday, 4/3/06, 5:00 p.m., Room L102.
7304 WB              2         STAFF                               T               7:30PM- 9:40PM        A024
                                                                                                                    EC	    202	 Principles	of	Economics	II	[S/B]
ECE	 114	                 Stars	10	Hour	in	Spanish                                                                  Microeconomic concepts are applied to business and household
This class meets the Washington State Training and Registry Sys-                                                    decision-making as well as public policy . Major topics include:
tem (STARS) requirements for child care providers . Instruction                                                     Scarcity and choice, production possibilities, alternative alloca-
will address one or more of the core competency areas includ-                                                       tive mechanisms, supply and demand analysis, elasticity, con-
ing child growth, development and learning; curriculum devel-                                                       sumer choice, production and costs, market structures, antitrust
opment; child guidance; communication; health, safety and nu-                                                       and regulation, and public microeconomics .
trition; administration; professionalism; environmental design;                                                     1038 AAW 5                     SCHAU, D                        MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                          B101
family systems; cultural and individual diversity; and observation                                                  8126 DII 5                     SCHAU, D                         ARR                ARR
and assessment .                                                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                    fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
7306 WB              1         STAFF                               F               5:00PM- 8:00PM        A024       orientation: Monday, 4/3/06, 5:00 p.m., Room L102.
                               STAFF                              Sa               8:00AM- 4:00PM        A024       9100 WD              5         THOMAS, T                          MW                5:00PM- 7:10PM                       E102*
Class dates to be arranged. Call 547-0511 x2640 for information. This class will be taught in Spanish.

ECE	 119	                 Effective	Communication	for	Early	Childhood	                                                                                              EDUCATION
                          Educators                                                                                 ED	         100	          College	Success
Effective communication is more than just the words you say .                                                       This course is designed to assist students in learning effective
Learn techniques to improve your ability to use such skills as ac-                                                  techniques for having a college experience that is successful both
tive listening, negotiation, and problem solving processes to com-                                                  academically and personally . Topics will include: Time manage-
municate in early learning settings with children, parents, other                                                   ment, test taking, communication skills, learning styles and cam-
caregivers and colleagues .                                                                                         pus resources . The development of critical thinking skills will be
7308 WB              3         FLEISCHMAN                          T               5:00PM- 7:10PM        A024       incorporated throughout the course . $25 test fee .
ECE	 120	                 Children’s	Literature                                                                     7400 AA              3         SMITH, A                         MWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                          A125
Provides an opportunity to increase awareness of and knowledge                                                      7402 BA              3         SMITH, A                         MWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         A125
about the vast array of literature currently available for young chil-                                              ED	         101	          Intro	to	Education
dren birth to eight years old . Meaningful and purposeful ways to                                                   Students receive an overview of the history and philosophy of
invite children into the realm of books will be presented . Ample                                                   education as well as develop an awareness of current educational
opportunity to evaluate literature that supports the language, in-                                                  requirements based on legislation for K-12 schools . Students also
tellectual, emotional, social, and creative development of young                                                    begin to develop a personal philosophy of education .
children will also be provided .                                                                                    8997 WB              3         HARDY, L                            Th               5:00PM- 7:10PM                         A024
7310 WB              3         COX, J                             W                7:30PM- 9:40PM        A024
                                                                                                                    ED	         135	          Career	Planning	Strategies
ECE	 122	                 Science	&	Math                                                                            An introductory course designed to assist students in gaining
Provides ideas for introducing developmentally appropriate sci-                                                     insight and awareness into interests, values, skills, and the deci-
ence and mathematics concepts to young children . Students will                                                     sion-making processes necessary for successful career and life
have an opportunity to develop and experience science and math                                                      planning .
learning activities .                                                                                               9000 AA              2         KONGSLIE, L                        TTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A330
7312 WB              3         STAFF                              W                5:00PM- 7:10PM        A024       $25 testing fee.
                                                                                                                    8998 DII             2         DE LEON, C                         ARR              ARR
ECE	 202	                 Curriculum	Development                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the internet. Students may be required to make occasional visits to campus. Students
                                                                                                                    who have not successfully completed a WebCT class are required to attend WebCT orientation. DI fee $30, Testing fee $25. Man-
Provides an extensive exploration of the process of theme/project                                                   datory class orientation Thursday 4/6/06 4:00pm-5:00pm in the CareeTransfer Center.
development and curriculum integration for the early childhood                                                      8999 FT              2         DELEON, C                            T               5:00PM- 7:15PM                         A329
classroom . Students will be expected to develop specific themes                                                    Class meets 4/11/06 - 6/13/06. $25 testing fee.
while integrating the different curriculum areas of an early child-
hood program . Prerequisite: ECE 102 .
7314 WB              3         FAZZARI, C                         M                5:00PM- 7:10PM        A024
ECE	 224	                 Sign	Language	Level	3
Level 3 sign language broadens a student’s knowledge of either
Signing Exact English, SEE, or American Sign Language, ASL, ex-
tending communication fluency and skills learned in the Level 1
or Level 2 sign language classes . Prerequisite: ECE 223 or instruc-
tor’s permission .
7316 WB              3         BENFIELD, S                        Th               7:30PM- 9:40PM        A024

 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                 *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                          Emergency Medical – Engineering Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                          COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR                    DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR     DAY    TIME              LOCATION

                                EMERGENCY	MEDICAL                                              ENT	 238	               Electricity
                                                                                               An introductory course in electricity which includes: Basic elec-
EMS	 100	                CPR-Cardiopulminary	Resuscitation                                     trical theory and mathematical relationships, series and parallel
This course is the foundational level of training for all first respond-                       circuits, DC and AC circuit components, power generation and
ers and EMS workers . The course covers the risk factors and early                             distribution . Prerequisite: MTH 154, or student must be enrolled
indicators of heart attacks and strokes, prudent heart living, airway                          in the ENT program, or instructor’s permission .
obstruction, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation for adults, chil-                               6060 AA            5        DAVIS, S      MTWTh    6:50AM- 7:50AM   N103
dren and infants . Upon the successful completion of the course
the student will receive a Health Care Provider card .                                         ENT	 267	               AutoCAD	I
0914 AA             1        PATRICK, J                     F     8:00AM- 5:00PM    G101       This course utilizes AutoCAD for computer-aided drafting (CAD) .
Class meets May 19, 2006 from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.                                        The course shows how to use AutoCAD to set up drawings, ad-
                                                                                               ditional draw and edit commands, dimensioning, and text . Stu-
                        ENGINEERING	TECHNOLOGY                                                 dents will utilize drafting and editing techniques to efficiently
                                                                                               produce their drawings .
ENT	 134	                Surveying                                                             8614 WB            2        STAFF           T      6:00PM- 8:00PM   N102
A course in plane surveying, which will include: Horizontal, ver-
tical and angular measurements, traversing, mapping, construc-                                 ENT	 2671	 AutoCAD	I	Lab
tion survey, land survey, and calculations . Prerequisite: MTH 113,                            This course is offered to complement the ENT 267 course . Stu-
MTH 155, or instructor’s permission .                                                          dents must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 267 .
6050 AA             3        WYATT, P                      MW     12:40PM- 2:00PM   N103       8616 WB            1        STAFF           T      8:00PM-10:00PM   N102
                                                                                               $10 lab fee.
ENT	 1341	 Surveying	Lab
This course will allow students to demonstrate their abilities to                              ENT	 268	               AutoCAD	II
use the equipment and apply their surveying knowledge . Lab to                                 This course goes beyond the basic fundamentals of AutoCAD and
be taken concurrently with ENT 134 .                                                           examines ways to use it in today’s work place . Emphasis is placed
6052 AA             3        WYATT, P                      TTh    12:40PM- 3:30PM   N103       on advanced commands including: Blocks, dimensions, attributes
$10 lab fee.                                                                                   and extracting them, paper space/model space, xrefs and file man-
                                                                                               agement . The class then customizes a menu creating: Custom pull-
ENT	 135	                Statics                                                               down menus, toolbars, and macros . Prerequisite: ENT 267 .
Vectors, types of forces, vector addition, moments, conditions for                             8618 WB            2        STAFF          Th      6:00PM- 8:00PM   N102
equilibrium, free-body diagrams and conventions, coplanar and
non-coplanar force systems, and load analysis of basic trusses                                 ENT	 2681	 AutoCAD	II	Lab
and frames . Prerequisite: MTH 113, ENT 121 or instructor’s per-                               This course is offered to complement the ENT 268 course . Stu-
mission .                                                                                      dents must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 268 .
6054 AA             5        WYATT, P                     MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   N103       8620 WB            1        STAFF          Th      8:00PM-10:00PM   N102
                                                                                               $10 lab fee.
ENT	 1361	 Advanced	Drafting
An introduction to the fundamentals of computer-aided draft-                                   ENT	 271	               Drawing	Production
ing including extensive use of the draw and modify commands                                    This course simulates actual drawing projects in a variety of disci-
for sketches and mechanical drawings . Prerequisite: ENT 126 or                                plines such as; civil, structural, architectural, mechanical, and elec-
instructor’s permission .                                                                      trical . Students are expected to develop and manage large sets of
6056 AA             4        STAFF                        MTWTh   8:30AM-10:10AM    N102       drawings . Prerequisite: ENT 268 or instructor’s permission .
$10 lab fee.                                                                                   8622 WB            2        STAFF          W       6:00PM- 8:00PM   N102
ENT	 1711	 Technical	Drafting                                                                  ENT	 2711	 Drawing	Production	Lab
An introductory course in mechanical drawing which includes:                                   This course is offered to complement the ENT 271 course . Stu-
Geometric construction, orthographic projection, sectional views,                              dents must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 271 .
auxiliary views, isometric and oblique drawings, dimensions,                                   8624 WB            1        STAFF          W       8:00PM-10:00PM   N102
threads, fasteners, and lettering .
8610 WB             3        ABBOTT, M                     MW     5:00PM- 7:20PM    N101
                                                                                               ENT	 273	               Advanced	AutoCAD	Applications
                             ABBOTT, M                     MW     5:00PM- 7:20PM    N103       This course will cover advanced AutoCAD features, such as how
$10 lab fee.                                                                                   AutoCAD interacts with the Web, from transmitting files, review-
                                                                                               ing, to collaborating . The class will also examine AutoCAD inter-
ENT	 1721	 Technical	Drafting                                                                  actions with Imaging, AutoDesk View, Microsoft Word and Excel .
This course will present to the student the fundamentals of: Mul-                              Advanced features also include attributes, xrefs, and layouts . Ex-
tiview projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, shop fabrica-                             press Tools will also be covered . Prerequisites: ENT 268 or instruc-
tion processes, and dimensioning . Prerequisite: ENT 171 or in-                                tor’s permission .
structor’s permission .                                                                        8626 WB            2        LIMBAUGH, J    M       6:00PM- 8:00PM   N102
8612 WB             3        ABBOTT, M                     MW     5:00PM- 7:20PM    N101
                             ABBOTT, M                     MW     5:00PM- 7:20PM    N103       ENT	 2731	 Advanced	AutoCAD	Applications	Lab
$10 lab fee.                                                                                   This course is offered to complement the ENT 273 course . Stu-
                                                                                               dents must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 273 .
ENT	 2361	 Design                                                                              8628 WB            1        LIMBAUGH, J    M       8:00PM-10:00PM   N102
Various individual and team projects with specific criteria and
constraints assigned . The completed projects are formally pre-                                ENT	 2801	 Extended	CAD	Lab
sented using both oral and written reporting techniques . Pre-                                 This is an open lab class to support AutoCAD . It allows for inter-
requisites: ENT 224, ENT 226, and students must be enrolled in                                 mediate and advanced skill placement . Specific projects may be
the ENT program .                                                                              assigned . It will be a variable credit, continued enrollment class .
6058 AA             5        WYATT, P                     MTWTh   9:10AM-11:20AM    N103       Prerequisite: ENT 267 or instructor’s permission .
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                               8630 WB 1- 3 STAFF                         ARR    ARR
                                                                                               $10 lab fee.


                              *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                               Credit Classes - 2
               English
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                         COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

ENT	 299	            Special	Problems                                         ENG	 098	                 Writing	Prep	I
A class to explore new approaches and applications to engineer-               This course is designed to teach the basics of writing well-devel-
ing . Prerequisites: student must be enrolled in the ENT program              oped and grammatically correct single and multiple paragraph
and have the instructor’s permission .                                        papers . Prerequisite: An ASSET score between 33-38 .
6062 AA         1-15 STAFF                ARR    ARR                          0500 AA              5         BEEMAN, S                       MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                       V121
                                                                              0502 BA              5         DEFORD, D                       MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                       W150
                                      ENGLISH                                 0504 CA              5         PEARSON, D                      MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM
                                                                              This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected tohave a working knowledge of word processing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      B104B

ENG	 088	            Writing	Skills                                           0506 DA              5         PEDERSEN, R                     MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                      D113
This class is for students needing individualized instruction to im-          0508 EA              5         PEDERSEN, R                     MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                      D105
prove their proficiency in basic writing skills . After interpreting          8052 WB              5         PEARSON, D                       MW                  5:00PM- 7:10PM                      B104B
                                                                              This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected tohave a working knowledge of word processing.
diagnostic testing in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC),
the instructor develops a program for each student . The grade is             ENG	 099	                 Writing	Prep	II
pass/no-credit . Class held in Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)            An intensive composition course designed to prepare students for
where instruction is conducted in a lab format .                              college reading and writing . Successful completion of this course
7700    AA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, S    MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221       will make the student eligible for English 101 . Prerequisite: ENG
7702    BA      1- 3     ARTER, M        MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    A221       98 or an ASSET score between 39-42 .
7704    CA      1- 3     SMITH, A        MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   A221       0510       AA        5         WAKEMAN, C                      MTWTh                6:50AM- 7:50AM                      A330
7706    DA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D    MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   A221       0512       BA        5         SMITH, B                        MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                      V120
7708    EA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N      MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221       0516       CA        5         RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                      W144
7710    FA      1- 3     SANDOZ, S       MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221       0518       DA        5         RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                     W180B
7712    GA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D    MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221       0520       EA        5         SMITH, B                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                      W144
7714    HA      1- 3     ARTER, M        MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221       0522       FA        5         JONES, D                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                     K101
8700    WB      1- 3     HAGAN, J         MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       0524       GA        5         WAKEMAN, C                      MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                    W180E
8702    WB1     1- 3     LEE, M           TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       0526       HA        5         JONES, D                        MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                    B104B
8704    WK      1        LEE, M            Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM    A221       8054       WB        5         PEARSON, D                       TTh                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                     B104B
8706    WK      2        LEE, M            Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM    A221       This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected tohave a working knowledge of word processing.
8708    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    8:30AM- 2:30PM    A221
8710    WK      1        LEE, M            Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM    A221       ENG	 101	                 English	Composition	[C]
8712    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    9:30AM- 3:30PM    A221       Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition,
8714    WK      1        LEE, M            Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM   A221       with emphasis on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prereq-
8716    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221       uisite: A passing grade in ENG 99 or ASSET score of 43 or above .
8718    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    11:30AM- 3:30PM   A221       0528       AA        5         BEYERS, R                       MTWTh                6:50AM- 7:50AM                       A329
8720    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221       0530       BA        5         BEYERS, R                       MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                      W180C
8722    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221       0532       CA        5         THONNEY, T                      MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                        I105
ENG	 091	            Grammar	Skills                                           0534       DA        5         COMMEREE, N                     MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                      B104B
A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence                  8056       DII       5         MEINERS, E                       ARR                 ARR
                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
structure, usage, and mechanics . The grade is pass/no credit . Class         fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
                                                                              top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners
is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruc-             by the second day of class either via email at Emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2613.
tion is a lab format .                                                        8057 DII             5         SEALY, B                           ARR               ARR
                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
7716    AA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, S    MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221       fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
7718    BA      1- 3     ARTER, M        MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    A221       top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad
                                                                              Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2760.
7720    CA      1- 3     SMITH, A        MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   A221
7722    DA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D    MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   A221       0536       EA        5         BEYERS, R                       MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                      W180C
7724    EA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N      MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221       0538       FA        5         ABBOTT, D                       MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                       A329
7726    FA      1- 3     SANDOZ, S       MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221       0540       GA        5         HOSTETLER, R                    MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                      V121
7728    GA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D    MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221       0542       HA        5         PIERACCI, M                     MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                      D105
7730    HA      1- 3     ARTER, M        MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221       0544       IA        5         HOSTETLER, R                    MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                      K101
8724    WB      1- 3     HAGAN, J         MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       0546       JA        5         PIERACCI, M                     MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                      W144
8726    WB1     1- 3     LEE, M           TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       0548       KA        5         HOSTETLER, R                    MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                     W180C
8728    WK      1        LEE, M            Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM    A221       0550       LA        5         ABBOTT, D                       MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                       A329
8730    WK      2        LEE, M            Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM    A221       8058       WBW       5         TIMMONS, A                       MW                  5:00PM- 7:10PM                       A332
8732    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    8:30AM- 2:30PM    A221       8060       WK        5         FIGUEROA, R                        F                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                      B104B
8734    WK      1        LEE, M            Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM    A221                                      FIGUEROA, R                       Sa                 8:00AM-10:10AM                      B104B
8736    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    9:30AM- 3:30PM    A221       8062 XB              5         SMURTHWAITE                      TTh                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                       A331
8737    WK      1        LEE, M            Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM   A221
8738    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221       ENG	 103	                 Writing	in	the	Workplace
8740    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    11:30AM- 3:30PM   A221       This course is designed to teach writing tasks encountered in the
8742    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221       workplace including resumes, business letters, memos, reports,
8744    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221       instructions, and policies . Prerequisite: A passing grade in ENG 99
                                                                              or ASSET score of 43 or above .
                                                                              0552 AA              5         PEDERSEN, R                     MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        A330
                                                                              ENG	 110	                 Intro	to	Linguistics	[H]
                                                                              An introduction to the study of human language, from the stand-
                                                                              point of sounds and sound patterns, word formation and sentence
                                                                              structure . Students will learn about the similarities and differences
                                                                              among the world’s languages and be introduced to the various
                                                                              sub-disciplines of the field of linguistics . Prerequisite: None .
                                                                              0554 AA              5         SANDNESS, B                     MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         K101


 - Credit Classes                                                                                           *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                     Enviromental Science – General Engineering
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                  COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION     LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION

ENG	 199	                 Reading	and	Writing	in	College                                                                                                           ENVIRONMENTAL	SCIENCE
This is an intensive reading and writing course designed to pre-
pare students for the reading and writing they will do in college .                                                                    ENVS	 100	                Environmental	Science	[M/S]
Students will respond to and make connections between themati-                                                                         A multidisciplinary course designed to provide both the non-sci-
cally linked texts . Successful completion of this course will make                                                                    ence and science major the background necessary to understand
the student eligible for English 101 .                                                                                                 environmental problems that have arisen due to human activities .
0556 BA              5         THONNEY, T                      MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                      W180E          Topics include: Food chains; energy production; nutrient cycles;
                                                                                                                                       forest and wildlife management; population demographics; air
ENG	 201	                 Advanced	English	Composition	[C]                                                                             and water pollution; ozone depletion and global warming . Lab
An advanced expository writing course, focusing on research es-                                                                        and lecture must be taken concurrently .
says and other aspects of college writing . Prerequisite: ENG 101 .                                                                    5198 AA               4      COCHRAN, J        MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM   S243
0558       AA        5         PEARSON, D                      MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A334        8552 WB               4      GIES, R            MW       6:00PM- 8:00PM    S239
0560       BA        5         MEINERS, E                      MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         K101
0562       CA        5         HOLMES, M                       MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         N104        ENVS	 1001	 Environmental	Science	Lab	[M/S]
0564       DA        5         LEE, M                          MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         B105        Lab to be taken concurrently with ENVS 100 .
8064       DII       5         DECHTER, K                       ARR                 ARR                                                5199 AA               1      GIES, R             W       1:50PM- 3:40PM    S243
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00     $10 lab fee.
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are
listed at www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under the Distance Learning heading. Those unable to attend must contact Kathy Dechter by              8554 WB               1      GIES, R            Th       6:00PM- 8:00PM    S243
the second day of class, via email at Kathy.Dechter@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2331.                                                 $10 lab fee.
8066 DII             5         JONES, D                           ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are
listed at www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under the Distance Learning heading. Those unable to attend must contact Leah Schaeffer by
                                                                                                                                                                                 FIRE	SCIENCE
the second day of class, via email at Leah.Schaeffer@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2613.
                                                                                                                                       FCA	 152	                 Building	Construction
0566 EA              5         MATHESIUS, M                    MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        I107        A course covering basic building construction, outlining the spe-
0568 FA              5         JAMES, G                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        A334        cific weaknesses of various types of construction .
This section of this course is linked to another and meets as a two-hour block on Monday or Thursday. To enroll, you must regis-
ter for both English 201 and Literature 180.                                                                                           9306 BA               3      WILLIAMS,K         MTW      12:00PM-10:50PM   E201*
0570       GA        5         MEINERS, E                      MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        A334
0572       HA        5         DEFORD, D                       MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        K101        FS	            151	       Hazardous	Materials	II
0574       IA        5         STAFF                            MW                  12:40PM- 2:50PM                        A333        Includes methods of determining the area of fire origin, fire causes,
0576       JA        5         DEFORD, D                       MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        A332        fire spread and the aspects of fire behavior; recognizing acciden-
8068       WB        5         DECHTER, K                       MW                  5:00PM- 7:10PM                         A331        tal and incendiary fires; and securing and preserving evidence .
ENG	 205	                 Technical	Writing	[C]                                                                                        Witness interrogation methods, arson laws, court procedures and
This course emphasizes students technical communication skills                                                                         review of case histories will be discussed .
for use in the workplace and other academic settings . Students                                                                        9300 AA               3      STAFF               M       7:00PM-10:00PM    E201*
will employ various methods of analyzing and writing for differ-                                                                       FFT	 151	                 Hazardous	Materials	II
ent audiences and purposes . Students will also use traditional and                                                                    9306 AA               3      STAFF               T       7:00PM-10:00PM    E201*
online resources for problem solving, research, documentation,
and editing . Prerequisite: ENG 101 .                                                                                                                                              FRENCH
0578       AA        5         COMMEREE, N                     MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        A333
0580       BA        5         COMMEREE, N                     MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        A329        FR	            103	       French	3rd	Quarter	[H]
0582       CA        5         ABBOTT, D                       MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        A329        Introduction to the French language including conversational
8070       DII       5         ABBOTT, D                        ARR                 ARR                                                skills, reading, writing and grammar and French culture includ-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the      ing geography, customs, daily life and heritage . Prerequisite: FR
top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Abbott by
the second day of class, either via email at DAbbott@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2386.
                                                                                                                                       102 or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                                       2500 AA               5      ARNOLD, A         MTWTh     8:00AM- 9:00AM    B105
ENG	 240	                 Creative	Writing
A study of creative writing, emphasizing diverse styles and tech-                                                                                                  GENERAL	ENGINEERING
niques . Previous completion of English 101 is strongly recom-
mended .                                                                                                                               GE	            101	       Engineering	Drawing	I
8071 DII             5         HOLMES, M                          ARR               ARR                                                Principles of mechanical drawing: Geometric construction, ortho-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00     graphic projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, isometric &
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes        oblique drawings, dimensions, threads, fasteners and lettering .
by the second day of class, either via email at HHolmes@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2316.                                             8544 WB               3      ABBOTT, M          MW       5:00PM- 7:20PM    N101
                                                                                                                                                                    ABBOTT, M          MW       5:00PM- 7:20PM    N103
ENG	 241	                 Creative	Writing                                                                                             $10 lab fee.
A continuation of ENG 240 . Prerequisite: ENG 240 .
8073 DII             5         HOLMES, M                          ARR               ARR                                                GE	            102	       Engineering	Drawing	II
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00     Descriptive geometry: Lines, points, planes, successive auxiliary
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes        views, intersections, and developments . Prerequisite: GE 101 .
by the second day of class, either via email at HHolmes@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2316.                                             8546 WB               3      ABBOTT, M          MW       5:00PM- 7:20PM    N101
                                                                                                                                                                    ABBOTT, M          MW       5:00PM- 7:20PM    N103
                  ENGLISH	AS	A	SECOND	LANGUAGE                                                                                         $10 lab fee.


All levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are of-                                                                       GE	            291	       Dynamics
fered during the day and evening at the Pasco campus, as well                                                                          Analysis of motion of particles and rigid bodies . Topics include:
as at various locations throughout the community . We also offer                                                                       Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies, kinetics of particles and
First Language Spanish Literacy classes . For more information on                                                                      rigid bodies, Newton’s laws, work and energy, impulse, momen-
ESL classes, contact 547-0511, ext . 2352 .                                                                                            tum . Prerequisite: GE 281 .
                                                                                                                                       5208 AA               5      YO, T              MW       3:00PM- 4:50PM    N101


                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                           Credit Classes - 4
                   Geography – History
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#       SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                            DAY             TIME                                    LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

                                                 GEOGRAPHY                                                                               HE	         230	           First-Aid	Safety	[PE]
                                                                                                                                         Course designed to help students learn first-aid skills and acci-
GEO	 101	                  Physical	Geography	[M/S]                                                                                      dent prevention . Advanced first-aid and CPR card given for suc-
Physical Geography provides an introduction to the physical earth .                                                                      cessful completion .
It may include processes, which impact the earth; it may also in-                                                                        0902 AA                3       PATRICK, J                      MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         G101
clude the relationship between humans and the earth . Study of                                                                           Class ends 5/17/2006.
the physical areas and environment of the earth . Topics include                                                                         0912 AA                3       VLADIMIROFF                       MTW                10:20AM-11:20AM                        G101
                                                                                                                                         Class ends 05/31/06.
the weather, climate water cycle, plate tectonics, gradation and
soils . The class also covers how humans influence and are influ-                                                                        0904 BA                3       PATRICK, J                      MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         G101
                                                                                                                                         Class ends May 17, 2006.
enced by their environment .
8522 AA                5        COPELAND, J                      MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                          S229      HE	         240	           Stress	Management	[PE]
8524 DII               5        WALKER, C                         ARR                 ARR                                                A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or
Mandatory orientation 4/4/06 @ 7:00 PM in S230. Please contact Carol Walker at carol.walker@columbiabasin.edu if further
information is required. This class is primarily conducted through the internet.                                                         minimize this stress . Theories, implications, and practical appli-
                                                                                                                                         cations are emphasized .
GEO	 150	                  Cultural	Geography	[S/B]                                                                                      0910 CA                3       ROGERS, S                         MTW                10:20AM-11:20AM                        G103
An introduction to the use of human geography as a framework                                                                             Class ends 05/31/06.

with which to critically analyze and understand the world, both                                                                          0908 DA                3       ROGERS, S                         MTW                11:30AM-12:30PM                        G103
                                                                                                                                         Class ends 05/31/06.
on a micro and macro level . CBC’s course in Cultural Geography
provides an introduction to the ways in which human groups think                                                                         8094 DII               3       VLADIMIROFF                        ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                         This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
about, arrange, and modify their physical habitats . This geograph-                                                                      fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable
                                                                                                                                         to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@
ic knowledge is a basic means to understanding one’s own world                                                                           columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2254.
and the worlds of others .                                                                                                               8097 WB                3       HASELHUHN, S                        M                5:00PM- 7:20PM                         G103
8526 DII               5        WOODS, M                            ARR               ARR                                                8098 XB                3       STOKER, L                           Th               5:00PM- 7:20PM                         G103
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed
at www.columbiabasin.edu under the distance learning heading. Read bulletins and syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
                                                                                                                                                   HIGH	SCHOOL	EQUIVALENCY	PROGRAM
                                                     GEOLOGY                                                                                          (HEP)	ADULT	BASIC	EDUCATION
                                                                                                                                         This program is intended to meet special needs of migrant and
GEL	 101	                  Physical	Geology	I	[M/S]                                                                                      seasonal farm workers pursuing a high school equivalency cer-
Composition and structure of the earth . Study and identification of                                                                     tificate . All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and eve-
common minerals and the three major rock groups . Plate tectonics                                                                        ning at the Pasco campus . For more infromation call 547-0511
concept of the evolution of surface features of continents . A study                                                                     ext . 2775 .
of volcanic, seismic, weathering and ground water processes . Out-
line of geologic development of the Pacific Northwest, including
field studies . Lecture and lab must be taken concurrently .                                                                                                                                 HISTORY
5200 AA                3        WURSTNER, S                          M                8:00AM- 9:00AM                           S229      HIS	 101	                  World	Civilizations	[H]
                                WURSTNER, S                          W                8:00AM- 9:50AM                           S229      A study of world civilizations from their origins through late antiq-
5202 BA                3        STAFF                                M                11:30AM-12:30PM                          S229      uity . Emphasis will be placed upon Western, East Asian, and South
                                STAFF                                W                11:30AM- 1:20PM                          S134      Asian civilizations . Philosophies, religions, and political and social
8548 WB                3        MURRAY, C                           MW                5:00PM- 6:20PM                           S229
                                                                                                                                         systems will be covered .
GEL	 1011	 Physical	Geology	I	Lab	[M/S]                                                                                                  2004 AA                5       BARR, W                         MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        B106
Lab to be taken concurrently with GEL 101 .
5204 AA                2        WURSTNER, S                         TTh               8:00AM- 9:50AM                           S229
                                                                                                                                         HIS	 102	                  World	Civilizations	[H]
5206 BA                2        STAFF                               TTh               11:30AM- 1:20PM                          S229      The development of world civilizations from the end of the classi-
8550 WB                2        MURRAY, C                           MW                6:20PM- 8:00PM                           S229      cal age to the beginning of the modern . Political, social, economic
$10 lab fee.                                                                                                                             and cultural development will be covered with emphasis upon
                                                                                                                                         Europe, Asia and Africa .
                                      HEALTH	EDUCATION                                                                                   2006 AAW 5                     WOODS, M                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A331
HE	            170	        Health	and	Wellness	[PE]                                                                                      HIS	 103	                  World	Civilizations	[H]
Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the                                                                          An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the
college age student . Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and pre-                                                                  birth of the modern age to the present . Emphasis is on the devel-
venting disease and illness with a wellness lifestyle .                                                                                  opment of the modern nation-state, international relations, socio-
0905 AA                3        LEAHY, E                           MTW                 9:10AM-10:10AM                         G103       economic developments and shifting patterns of thought .
Class ends 05/26/06.                                                                                                                     2010 AAW 5                     CHISHOLM, R                     MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        L102
0906 BA                3        VLADIMIROFF                        MTW                11:30AM-12:30PM                       G103G        2012 BA 5                      FLYNN, G                        MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        I107
Class ends 05/26/06.                                                                                                                     8218 DII 5                     ARNOLD, D                        ARR                 ARR
8096 DII               3        VLADIMIROFF                         ARR               ARR                                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                         fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable           orientation: Tuesday, 4/4/06, 6:00 pm, Room L102.
to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@
columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2254.
                                                                                                                                         HIS	 104	                  U.S.	History	[S/B]
HE	            220	        Drugs	and	Health	[PE]                                                                                         Survey of American history from the colonial period through the
This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and                                                                           Civil War and Reconstruction . Emphasis is placed on early colonial
awareness of chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s                                                                       development, the American Revolution, the building of the nation,
total well-being .                                                                                                                       territorial expansion, slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction .
0900 AA                3        HASELHUHN, S                       MTW                10:20AM-11:20AM                       G103G        2014 AA 5                      DUNTERMAN, D                    MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                        W150
Class ends 05/31/06.                                                                                                                     2015 BAW 5                     ARNOLD, D                       MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                        L102
0901 BA                3        STOKER, L                          MTW                 8:00AM- 9:00AM                         G103
Class ends 05/31/06.


5 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                                      *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                     Human Services – Literature
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

HIS	 105	            U.S.	History	[S/B]                                           ICS	        125	          Native	American	Culture	[H]
A survey of American history from the post-Civil War era to the                   An introduction to the history and culture of Native American
present . Emphasis is upon the political, social, economic, and                   peoples . The situation of Native Americans in contemporary so-
cultural forces which have shaped modern America . Special em-                    ciety is also discussed with particular focus on issues of tribal
phasis is given to industrialization, class, and race relations, social           sovereignty .
reform movements, foreign policy and political change, includ-                    1044 DIH             5         ARNOLD, D                          TTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                        L109
                                                                                  Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $30.00 fee.
ing the World Wars, the Great Depression, and postwar politics
to the present .
2016 AAW 5               WOODS, M         MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM   B104A                                                        JAPANESE
2018 BA 5                BARR, W          MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM   B104A
2020 WB 5                FLYNN, G          TTh       5:00PM- 7:10PM     B107      JPSE	 103	                Japanese	Third	Quarter	[H]
                                                                                  Introduction to the Japanese language including speaking and
                                HUMAN	SERVICES                                    listening skills, reading, writing, and grammar and the Japanese
                                                                                  culture including geography, customs, daily life and heritage . Pre-
HS	     124	         Case	Management	of	Chemically	Dependent	                     requisite: JPSE 102 or instructor’s permission .
                     Client                                                       2502 AA              5         MAEKAWA, Y                      MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         V120
Understanding coordination of assessment, treatment planning,
resource identification, service implementation, monitoring prog-                                                                LITERATURE
ress, legal documentation requirements, and evaluation of the
chemically dependent patient .                                                    LIT	        140	          The	Cinema	[H]
2700 AA         3        BARR, K           MTW       12:40PM- 1:40PM    L107      The twentieth century art form is studied by observing and dis-
                                                                                  cussing film which demonstrates the growth of ideas and tech-
HS	     202	         Therapeutic	Approaches	&	Techniques                          niques in this medium . Prerequisite: ENG 101, or concurrent with
Introduction to basic counseling skills . The course will deal with               English 101 .
principles, concepts, and processes of counseling . Counseling                    0600 AA              5         MATHESIUS, M                       MW                12:40PM- 2:50PM                        A334
skills are demonstrated and practiced .
2702 AA         5        KENDALL, B       MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM    W155       LIT	        150	          Intro	to	Literature	[H]
                                                                                  This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry and
HS	     224	         Chemical	Dependency	in	the	Family                            drama and is designed to help students develop a method of
Study of family dysfunction and family therapy models focusing                    reading and evaluating literature . Prerequisite: ENG 101, or con-
on empowerment of family members . Introduction to dynamics                       current with English 101 .
of co-dependency, family intervention and support programs .                      0602 AA              5         HOLMES, M                       MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                       N104
2706 AA         5        BARR, K          MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM    L107      0604 BA              5         PEARSON, D                      MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                       A330
                                                                                  8072 DII             5         MATHESIUS, M                     ARR                 ARR
HS	     232	         Relapse	Prevention                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                  fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are
The course will provide a comprehensive understanding of the                      listed at www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under Distance Learning. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact
                                                                                  Matt Mathesius by the second day of class, either via email at mathesiusm@columbiabasin.edu or by phone ext. 2215.
problems of relapse, models of relapse, assessment of relapse,
relapse management, and relapse prevention .                                      LIT	        180	          Multicultural	Literature	[H]
2708 AA         3        BARR, K           MTW       9:10AM-10:10AM     L107      Introduction to the multicultural literatures of the Americas (i .e .,
HS	     241	         Advanced	Adolescent	Chemical	Dependency	                     African-American Literature, Native American Literature, Hispanic-
                     Assessment	&	Counseling                                      American Literature, Asian American Literature, etc) . Prerequisite:
This course will expand the knowledge gained in HS 231 and will                   ENG 101, or concurrent with English 101 .
provide additional experience with adolescent addictions theory .                 0606 AA              5         JAMES, G                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A334
                                                                                  This section of this course is linked to another and meets as a two-hour block on Monday or Thursday. To enroll, you must regis-
Specific course topics will include advanced adolescent assess-                   ter for both English 201 and Literature 180.
ment, adolescent and child development in relation to alcohol/
drug use, and advanced assessment and treatment of the cultur-                    LIT	        195	          Bible	as	Literature	[H]
ally diverse youth as required by Washington Administrative Code                  Readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, in appro-
for Youth Chemical Dependency Counselors (YCDC) .                                 priate cultural, historical and literary contexts . Prerequisite: ENG
2710 WK         5        OCHOA, T          SaSu      9:00AM- 5:00PM     L107      101, or concurrent with English 101 .
                                                                                  0608 AA              5         PEDERSEN, R                     MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A331
HS	     2972	 Alcohol/Drug	Practicum
Students will acquire practical experience within a qualified chemi-              LIT	        227	          American	Literature	[H]
cal dependency agency to assist in utilizing skills learned within                A survey of American literature from World War I to the present .
the classroom .                                                                   Prerequisite: ENG 101, or concurrent with English 101 .
8270 AA        1- 6 BARR, K                ARR       ARR                          0614 AA              5         LEE, M                          MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A333
                                                                                  LIT	        266	          English	Literature	[H]
                         INTERCULTURAL	STUDIES                                    A survey of English literature from 1800 to the present . Prerequi-
ICS	    120	         Survey	of	Hispanic	Culture	[H]                               site: ENG 101, or concurrent with English 101 .
An introduction to the culture and civilization of the Spanish                    0616 AA              5         SEALY, B                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A333
speaking world; taught in English .                                               LIT	        270	          Shakespeare	[H]
1042 AA         5        CRUZ, A          MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM    A331      Shakespeare as dramatist and poet . Readings from comedies, his-
                                                                                  tories and tragedies . Prerequisite: ENG 101, or concurrent with
                                                                                  English 101 .
                                                                                  8074 AA              5         ABBOTT, D                       MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        A329




                         *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                       Credit Classes - 6
                  Machine Technology – Mathematics
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION

LIT	           280	       Gay	and	Lesbian	Studies	[H]                            MT	            221	       Advanced	Machine	Tech	II
An introduction to interdisciplinary field of lesbian/gay/bisexual/              This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in CNC . Upon
transgender studies from a historical and multicultural perspec-                 completion of this course, the student should be able to program,
tive . Readings from fiction, poetry, autobiography, history, essays,            set up, and operate a CNC equipment . Prerequisite: MT 211 .
plays and film/television will be used to understand connections                 6516 AA               5     WALKER, R         DAILY     ARR               V134
between sexual orientation and the humanities .
0618 AA               5     LEE, M         MTWTh    11:30AM-12:30PM   D104       MT	            2211	 Advanced	Machine	Tech	II	Lab
                                                                                 Work on projects using the CNC to practice the concepts taught
                                                                                 in class . Prerequisite: MT 2111 or instructor’s permission .
                            MACHINE	TECHNOLOGY                                   6518 AA               9     WALKER, R         DAILY     10:00AM- 1:30PM   V134
MT	            111	       Basic	Machine	Tech	I                                   $10 lab fee.

This course is designed to give the students skills in using measur-             MT	            231	       Advanced	Machine	Tech	III
ing instruments, and concepts of machining with a metal lathe .                  This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in Computer
Upon completion of this course, the student should know how                      Aided Manufacturing (CAM) . Upon completion of this course, the
to turn and measure diameters within  .001”, cut threads, knurl,                 student should be able to draw a part in a solid modeling software,
and cut tapers . Student will take ASSET test first week of class if             write a program with the CAM system, and machine the part on a
not previously taken .                                                           CNC . Prerequisite: MT 221 or instructor’s permission .
6500 AA               5     WALKER, R       DAILY   ARR               V134       6520 AA               5     WALKER, R         DAILY     ARR               V134
MT	            1111	 Basic	Machine	Tech	I	Lab                                    MT	            2311	 Advanced	Machine	Tech	III	Lab
Work on projects using the lathe to practice the concepts taught                 Work on projects using Solidworks, CAM system and CNC milling
in the class .                                                                   machine to practice the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT
6502 AA               1- 9 WALKER, R        DAILY   10:00AM- 1:30PM   V134       2211 or instructor’s permission .
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                 6522 AA               9     WALKER, R         DAILY     10:00AM- 1:30PM   V134
MT	            121	       Basic	Machine	Tech	II                                  $10 lab fee.

This course is designed to build skills and knowledge on vertical and
horizontal milling machine . Upon completion, the student should                                                          MATHEMATICS
be able to set up a milling machine to cut features with a tolerance             MTH	 080	                 Whole	Numbers
of  .001” . Prerequisite: MT 111 or instructor’s permission .                    Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division . Class held
6504 AA               5     WALKER, R       DAILY   ARR               V134       in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction
MT	            1211	 Basic	Machine	Tech	II	Lab                                   is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: ASSET test
Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice                 placement .
the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 1111 or instructor’s             7732       AA         1     SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh     8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221
permission .                                                                     7734       BA         1     ARTER, M          MTWTh     9:10AM-10:10AM    A221
6506 AA               1- 9 WALKER, R        DAILY   10:00AM- 1:30PM   V134       7736       CA         1     SMITH, A          MTWTh     10:20AM-11:20AM   A221
$10 lab fee.                                                                     7738       DA         1     RASMUSSEN, D      MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM   A221
                                                                                 7740       EA         1     LIEBLER, N        MTWTh     12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221
MT	            131	       Basic	Machine	Tech	III                                 7742       FA         1     SANDOZ, S         MTWTh     1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221
This course is designed to build skills and knowledge on a verti-                7744       GA         1     RASMUSSEN, D      MTWTh     3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221
cal milling machine . Upon completion of this course, the student                7746       HA         1     ARTER, M          MTWTh     4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221
should be able to set up the machine and cut project within a  .001”             8746       WB         1     HAGAN, J           MW       5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
                                                                                 8748       WB1        1     LEE, M             TTh      5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
tolerance . Prerequisite: MT 121 or instructor’s permission .                    8750       WK         1     LEE, M              Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM    A221
6508 AA               5     WALKER, R       DAILY   ARR               V134       8752       WK         1     LEE, M              Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM    A221
MT	            1311	 Basic	Machine	Tech	III	Lab                                  8754       WK         1     LEE, M              Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM   A221
                                                                                 8756       WK         1     SUNDBLAD, T         Sa      11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221
Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice                 8758       WK         1     SUNDBLAD, T         Sa      12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221
the concepts taught in the class . Prerequisite: MT 1211 or instruc-             8760       WK         1     SUNDBLAD, T         Sa      1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221
tor’s permission .
6510 AA               1- 9 WALKER, R        DAILY   10:00AM- 1:30PM   V134       MTH	 081	                 Fractions
$10 lab fee.                                                                     Fraction operations and word problems . Class held in the Learn-
                                                                                 ing Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab for-
MT	            211	       Advanced	Machine	Tech	I                                mat unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: MTH 080 or ASSET test
This course is designed to build skills and knowledge in Com-                    placement .
puter Numerical Controlled (CNC) milling . Upon completion of
                                                                                 7748       AA         1     SANDMEIER, S      MTWTh     8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221
this course, the student should be able to program, set up, and                  7750       BA         1     ARTER, M          MTWTh     9:10AM-10:10AM    A221
operate a CNC milling machine . Prerequisite: MT 131 or instruc-                 7752       CA         1     SMITH, A          MTWTh     10:20AM-11:20AM   A221
tor’s permission .                                                               7754       DA         1     RASMUSSEN, D      MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM   A221
6512 AA               5     WALKER, R       DAILY   ARR               V134       7756       EA         1     LIEBLER, N        MTWTh     12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221
                                                                                 7758       FA         1     SANDOZ, S         MTWTh     1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221
MT	            2111	 Advanced	Machine	Tech	I	Lab                                 7760       GA         1     RASMUSSEN, D      MTWTh     3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221
Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice                 7762       HA         1     ARTER, M          MTWTh     4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221
the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 211 .                            8762       WB         1     HAGAN, J           MW       5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
6514 AA               1- 9 WALKER, R        DAILY   10:00AM- 1:30PM   V134       8764       WB1        1     LEE, M             TTh      5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
$10 lab fee.                                                                     8766       WK         1     LEE, M              Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM    A221
                                                                                 8768       WK         1     LEE, M              Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM    A221
                                                                                 7783       WK         1     LEE, M              Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM   A221
                                                                                 8772       WK         1     SUNDBLAD, T         Sa      11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221
                                                                                 8774       WK         1     SUNDBLAD, T         Sa      12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221
                                                                                 8776       WK         1     SUNDBLAD, T         Sa      1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221

7 - Credit Classes                                                                                          *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mathematics
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION

MTH	 082	                 Measures/Decimals/Percentages                                                                              MTH	 095	                 Intermediate	Algebra
Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements and graphs .                                                                   This course is a rapid coverage of high school level algebra . Topics
Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where in-                                                                      include: Integer and rational exponents, operations with polyno-
struction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: MTH                                                                 mials and factoring, operations with rational and radical expres-
081 or ASSET test placement .                                                                                                        sions, solving quadratic and rational equations, graphs of lines
7764       AA        2         SANDMEIER, S                    MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A221      and parabolas, systems of equations, complex numbers, functions,
7766       BA        2         ARTER, M                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A221      and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: 2 .0 or
7768       CA        2         SMITH, A                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        A221      better in MTH 91, or 2 .0 or better in MTH 97, or ASSET/COMPASS
7770       DA        2         RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        A221      test placement .
7772       EA        2         LIEBLER, N                      MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        A221      5100       AA        5         JINDAL, M                       MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                          S247
7774       FA        2         SANDOZ, S                       MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                         A221      5102       BA        5         ZHANG, L                        MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                          S247
7776       GA        2         RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM                         A221      5104       CA        5         BRANDS, M                       MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         S247
7778       HA        2         ARTER, M                        MTWTh                4:10PM- 5:10PM                         A221      8556       DII       5         ZHANG, L                         ARR                ARR
8778       WB        2         HAGAN, J                         MW                  5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
8780       WB1       2         LEE, M                           TTh                 5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221      fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation
                                                                                                                                     4/3/06 @ 5:00 PM in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at limin.zhang@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course
8782       WK        2         LEE, M                            Sa                 8:30AM-12:30PM                         A221      is primarily conducted through the internet.
8784       WK        2         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 11:30AM- 3:30PM                        A221      8558 WB              5         WIETSMA, M                         MW                5:00PM- 7:10PM                         S143
MTH	 083	                 Review	Basics                                                                                              8560 XB              5         BITTEN, E                          TTh               7:30PM- 9:40PM                         S247
A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power                                                                      MTH	 096	                 Algebra	Review	1
and square roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (frac-                                                                      The first course of a three-quarter sequence which covers the same
tions, decimals, percentages) and tables and graphs . Class held                                                                     material as the MTH 91/MTH 95 sequence . Topics include: Opera-
in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a                                                                    tions with real numbers, solutions of linear equations and inequali-
lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: MTH 082 or AS-                                                                     ties, graphing lines, and applications of the aforementioned . Pre-
SET test placement .                                                                                                                 requisite: MTH 84 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement .
7780       AA        2         SANDMEIER, S                    MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A221      5106 AA              5         LEI, X                          MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         S248
7782       BA        2         ARTER, M                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A221      5108 BA              5         BRANDS, M                       MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         S249
7784       CA        2         STAFF                           MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        V127      This class will be taught in lecture and computer lab modes. Familiarity with computers is recommended.
7786       DA        2         RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        A221      5110       CA        5         MEIER, P                        MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         S235
7788       EA        2         LIEBLER, N                      MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        A221      5112       DA        5         CRAWFORD, C                     MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         S248
7790       FA        2         SANDOZ, S                       MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                         A221      5114       EA        5         ROBINSON, E                     MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM                         S247
7792       GA        2         RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM                         A221      8562       WB        5         ETHERIDGE, D                     MW                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                          S248
7794       HA        2         ARTER, M                        MTWTh                4:10PM- 5:10PM                         A221      8564       XB        5         KIPPES, J                        TTh                7:30PM- 9:40PM                          S248
8786       WB        2         HAGAN, J                         MW                  5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221
8788       WB1       2         LEE, M                           TTh                 5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221      MTH	 097	                 Algebra	Review	2
8790       WK        2         LEE, M                            Sa                 8:30AM-12:30PM                         A221      The second course of a three-quarter sequence which covers the
8792       WK        2         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 11:30AM- 3:30PM                        A221      same material as the MTH 91/MTH 95 sequence . Topics include:
MTH	 084	                 Algebra/Geometry                                                                                           Operations with polynomials, factoring polynomials, solving equa-
This introductory course includes signed number operations, al-                                                                      tions by factoring, exponents, scientific notation, operations with
gebraic concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates,                                                                     rational expressions, solving rational equations, and applications
angles, triangles, and area and volume . For the student who has                                                                     of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better in
never taken algebra or who needs a refresher before enrolling in                                                                     MTH 96, or Grade of 1 .5 or better in MTH 91, or ASSET/COMPASS
MTH 91 . Prerequisite: MTH 082 with appropriate TABE test score                                                                      test placement, or permission of departmental lead .
or MTH 083 or ASSET/COMPASS placement .                                                                                              5116       AA        5         BRENCHLEY, D                    MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                          D113
                                                                                                                                     5118       BA        5         BOURAMA, T                      MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         S248
7796       AA        2         SANDMEIER, S                    MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A221      5120       CA        5         LEI, X                          MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                          S248
7798       BA        2         LIEBLER, N                      MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         V121      5122       DA        5         ADAM, J                         MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                          S143
7800       CA        2         SMITH, A                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        A221      5124       EA        5         AMARIUTEI, J                    MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         S145
7802       DA        2         RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        A221      5126       FA        5         HOWARD, B                       MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         S226
8794       DII       2         LIEBLER, N                       ARR                 ARR                                              5128       GA        5         JULIAN, R                       MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM                         S248
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                            8566       WB        5         THRASHER, M                      MW                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                          S249
7804       EA        2         LIEBLER, N                      MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        A221      8568       XB        5         WEIER, C                         MW                 7:30PM- 9:40PM                          S249
7806       FA        2         SANDOZ, S                       MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                         A221      8570       YB        5         DESTEESE, S                      TTh                5:00PM- 7:10PM                          S249
7808       GA        2         RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM                         A221      8572       ZB        5         DESTEESE, S                      TTh                7:30PM- 9:40PM                          S249
7810       HA        2         ARTER, M                        MTWTh                4:10PM- 5:10PM                         A221
8796       WB        2         HAGAN, J                         MW                  5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221
8798       WB1       2         LEE, M                           TTh                 5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221
8800       WK        2         LEE, M                            Sa                 8:30AM-12:30PM                         A221
8802       WK        2         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 11:30AM- 3:30PM                        A221




                                                                                                                                                   Think 2006-2007.
  Have you registered for FYI?                                                                                                               Apply for Financial Aid early.
                      First Year Introduction                                                                                                      See Financial Aid Office for
    Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new,
   Running Start, degree and certificate seeking students .
                                                                                                                                                    FAFSA Workshop dates.
                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                                                    Credit Classes - 8
                  Mathematics
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                   LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION

MTH	 098	                 Algebra	Review	3                                                                           MTH	 123	                 Algebra/Probability/Stats	Elementary	[M/S][Q/SR]
The third course of a three-quarter sequence which covers Elemen-                                                    An elementary introduction to algebraic reasoning, probability
tary and Intermediate Algebra . Topics include: Graphs of lines and                                                  and statistics . Primarily for elementary education majors . When
parabolas, systems of equations, operations with radical expres-                                                     coupled with MTH 121 will satisfy Quantitative Skills distribution
sions, complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, functions                                                       requirement for AA Degree . Does not apply to distribution require-
and applications of the aforementioned . A grade of 2 .0 or better                                                   ments in Math/Science unless MTH 121 is also taken . Prerequisite:
in this class will satisfy the Intermediate Algebra Proficiency re-                                                  Grade of 2 .0 or better in MTH 121 .
quirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better                                                  5148 AA              5         BARTRAND, M                     MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         S143
in MTH 97, or permission of departmental lead .
5130 AA              5         VON REIS, JE                    MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM         S151       MTH	 130	                 Math	Appreciation	[M/S]	[Q/SR]
5132 BA              5         JINDAL, M                       MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM        S249       This class is designed for the student who has successfully com-
5134 CA              5         ERNST, L                        MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM         S240       pleted Intermediate Algebra . The course will attempt to make
This class will be taught in lecture and computer lab modes. Familiarity with computers is recommended.              mathematics enjoyable, practical, understandable and informa-
5136       DA        5         MICKELSON, J                    MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM        S249       tive using a variety of real-life applications . Topics include: Linear,
5138       EA        5         AMARIUTEI, I                    MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM        S151       quadratic, exponential and logarithmic models, geometry, tessel-
5140       FA        5         ERNST, L                        MTWTh               1:50PM- 2:50PM         S247       lations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability and
8574       WB        5         CUSTER, J                        MW                 5:00PM- 7:10PM         S247       statistics . The class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement
8576       XB        5         DAVIS, R                         MW                 7:30PM- 9:40PM         S247
8578       YB        5         CRIDDLE, N                       TTh                5:00PM- 7:10PM         D104       for the AA degree . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better in MTH 95,
8580       ZB        5         FLYNN, K                         TTh                7:30PM- 9:40PM         S235       MTH 98 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement .
                                                                                                                     5150 AA              5         MICKELSON, J                    MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                       W180E
MTH	 106	                 Business	Mathematics                                                                       8590 DII             5         BOURAMA, T                       ARR                ARR
                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
Mathematical concepts used in business such as interest, buy-                                                        fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation
ing, selling, and depreciation . Required by some majors for AAS                                                     4/3/06 @ 7:00 PM in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at toure.bourama@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This
                                                                                                                     course is primarily conducted through the internet.
Degree; does not satisfy math requirement for AA Degree . This
course does not satisfy the prerequisite requirements for cours-                                                     MTH	 143	                 Basic	Statistics	[M/S]	[Q/SR]
es requiring MTH 95 . Prerequisite: MTH 84 or ASSET/COMPASS                                                          A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such
test placement .                                                                                                     as business, behavioral sciences, computer science, etc . A study of
5142 AA              5         MACDUFF, D                      MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM        N104       both descriptive and inferential statistics . It includes measures of
8582 WB              5         PENG, B                          TTh                7:30PM- 9:40PM         S145       central tendency, probability, sampling methods, hypothesis test-
MTH	 108	                 Math	for	Early	Childhood	Education                                                         ing, linear regression and correlation . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or
An elementary introduction to problem solving, fractions and                                                         better in MTH 95, MTH 98 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement .
decimals, probability and statistics, geometry and measurement,                                                      5152       AA        5         LEI, X                          MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         S226
and functions and graphs . Intended for early childhood and para                                                     5154       BA        5         BOURAMA, T                      MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         S235
                                                                                                                     5156       CA        5         SCHWENK, S                      MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM                         S235
education majors, only . Prerequisite: Math 84 or ASSET/COMPASS                                                      8592       DII       5         BOURAMA, T                       ARR                ARR
test placement .                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation
8584 WB              5         BARTRAND, M                        TTh               5:00PM- 7:10PM        S143       4/3/06 @ 7:00 PM in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at toure.bourama@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This
                                                                                                                     course is primarily conducted through the internet.
MTH	 109	                 Trigonometric	Tools	for	Vocational	Application                                             8594 WB              5         SCHERRER, C                        MW                7:30PM- 9:40PM                         S235
The third course of a three quarter sequence designed to intro-
duce the vocational student to the tools necessary to solve math-                                                    MTH	 147	                 Finite	Math	[M/S]	[Q/SR]
ematical problems applicable to the student’s trade . Topics include                                                 Fundamental concepts of mathematics emphasizing apprecia-
trigonometric functions, emphasis on right angle triangles; lao of                                                   tion and respect for precise definitions and logical reasoning . A
sines; law of cosines; solving oblique triangles; and vectors . Pre-                                                 course specially suited for students in the behavioral, manage-
requisite: 2 .0 or better in Math 102 .                                                                              rial and social sciences . Topics include matrices, systems of lin-
5144 AA              2         GUILBAULT, F                       WF               12:40PM- 1:40PM        V127       ear equations and inequalities, finance, probability and counting
                                                                                                                     techniques, game theory, decision analysis and Markov chains .
MTH	 121	                 Structure	of	Elementary	Math	[M/S]                                                         Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better in MTH 95, MTH 98 or ASSET/
An introduction to problem-solving principles and strategies, sets                                                   COMPASS test placement .
and logic, numeration systems, properties of the real number sys-                                                    5158 AAW 5                     MEIER, P                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         S151
tem and its subsystems, and applications of mathematics . Primarily
for elementary education majors . This course satisfies the quanti-
tative skills requirement for the AA degree provided that Math 122
is also successfully completed . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better
in MTH 95, MTH 98, or ASSET/COMPASS test placement .
5146 AA              5         BARTRAND, M                     MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM        S143
8586 WB              5         TATE, C                          TTh                5:00PM- 7:10PM         N104
MTH	 122	                 Informal	Geometry/Elemen	Teachers	[M/S][Q/SR]
An informal approach to the basic ideas of geometry, including
construction, congruence and similarity, transformations, symme-
try, measurement, and coordinate geometry . This course satisfies
the quantitative skills requirement for the AA degree, provided
that MTH 121 has also been successfully completed . Prerequisite:
Grade of 2 .0 or better in MTH 121 .
8588 WB              5         MCNAMAR, M                         MW                7:30PM- 9:40PM        S143




9 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                                                             Mathematics – Music
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR        DAY   TIME              LOCATION

MTH	 154	                 Precalculus	I	[M/S]                                                                                        MTH	 233	             Calculus	with	Analytic	Geometry	III	[M/S]	[Q/SR]
Designed to prepare the student for entry into Basic Calculus . Pre-                                                                 A continuation of MTH 232 . Topics include: Infinite sequences and
calculus I together with Precalculus II is designed to prepare the                                                                   series, conics, parametric equations, polar coordinates, arc length,
student for entry into the calculus sequence: MTH 231, MTH 232,                                                                      vectors in two and three dimensions, surfaces, cylindrical coor-
MTH 233 and MTH 234 . The topics include absolute value, com-                                                                        dinates, and spherical coordinates . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or
plex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, rational, polyno-                                                                      better in MTH 232 or equivalent .
mial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions,                                                                      5180 AA          5        CRAWFORD, C     MTWTh    8:00AM- 9:00AM    S249
theory of equations, and sequences and series . Prerequisite: Grade
of 2 .0 or better in MTH 95, MTH 98 or ASSET/COMPASS test place-                                                                     MTH	 246	             Discrete	Structures	[M/S]	[Q/SR]
ment . Students completing MTH 154 may not recieve graduation                                                                        This course is an introduction to discrete mathematics, trees,
credit for MTH 157 .                                                                                                                 graphs, elementary logic, and combinatorics with applications to
5160       AA        5         MICKELSON, J                    MTWTh               6:50AM- 7:50AM                        S247        computer science . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better in MTH 154 .
5162       BA        5         SCHWENK, S                      MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                        S235        A knowledge of computers, programming and calculus would be
5164       CA        5         ZHANG, L                        MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                      W180E        beneficial but is not required .
5166       DA        5         BARTRAND, M                     MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                       S143        5182 AA          5        BOURAMA, T       TTh     5:45AM- 7:50PM    WSU
8596       DII       5         ZHANG, L                         ARR                ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   MTH	 254	             Differential	Equations	[M/S]	[Q/SR]
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation
4/3/06 @ 6:00 PM in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at limin.zhang@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course             Beginning course in Differential Equations . Topics include first
is primarily conducted through the internet.                                                                                         order methods, linear differential operators, Laplace transforms,
5168 EA              5         CRAWFORD, C                     MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM                         S249      series methods and numerical techniques . Prerequisite: MTH 233
8598 WB              5         STEPHENSON                       MW                 7:30PM- 9:40PM                          D104      or equivalent . MTH 233 may be taken concurrently .
MTH	 155	                 Precalculus	II	[M/S]	[Q/SR]                                                                                5184 AA          5        JINDAL, M       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    S247
Precalculus II is the second quarter of the precalculus sequence .
Precalculus II is predominantly trigonometry . The topics include                                                                                                  MEDICAL	ASSISTANT
trigonometric functions and their inverses, solving triangles, cir-                                                                  MA	     141	          Career	Development	for	Medical	Assistants
cular functions, identities, conditional equations, complex num-                                                                     This class will cover professionalism in a medical office, successful
bers in polar form, parametric and polar equations, systems of                                                                       job search, interview techniques, the importance of networking,
equations, matrices and determinants, and vectors . Prerequisite:                                                                    and how to be successful on the job .
Grade of 2 .0 or better in MTH 154 . Students completing MTH 155                                                                     9452 AC          2        CLARKE, H         F      9:00AM-11:20AM   Q108*
may not receive graduation credit for MTH 157 .
5170 AA              5         MEIER, P                        MTWTh               6:50AM- 7:50AM                       S235         MA	     215	          Clinical	Procedures	Theory	II
5172 BA              5         CRAWFORD, C                     MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                     W180B         This class provides a theoretical foundation for the gynecological
8600 WB              5         VO, T                            MW                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                       S235         exam and prenatal care, pediatric exam, cardiopulmonary proce-
MTH	 210	                 Basic	Calculus	[M/S]	[Q/SR]                                                                                dures, colon, procedures, introduction to the clinical laboratory,
Designed for non-physical science majors such as business, man-                                                                      urinalysis, phlebotomy, hematology, blood chemistry and serol-
agement, behavioral science and social science . Topics include: Re-                                                                 ogy, medical microbiology, and office emergencies .
lations, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, deriva-                                                                   9454 AC          4        CLARKE, H        MW      8:40AM-11:10AM   Q108*
tives and their applications, integrals and their applications, and                                                                  MA	     2151	 Clinical	Procedures	Lab	II
functions of several variables . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better                                                               This class provides for a practice in basic patient exam techniques/
in MTH 154 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement .                                                                                         procedures/lab tests commonly performed in the provider’s office
5174 AA              5         SCHWENK, S                      MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         S235      or clinic . Lab to be taken concurrently with MA 215 .
8602 WB              5         RUSSELL, L                       TTh                 7:30PM- 9:40PM                         D105      9456 AC          4        CLARKE, H        MW     11:40AM- 1:40PM   Q108*
MTH	 231	                 Calculus	with	Analytic	Geometry	I	[M/S]	[Q/SR]                                                                                                        TTh    8:30AM-10:20AM    Q108*
The first course in the sequence for students whose major field of
study requires a full year of calculus . Topics include limits of alge-                                                                             	MIGRANT	EDUCATION	EVEN	START
braic and trigonometric expressions, the derivatives of algebraic                                                                                              (MEES)
and trigonometric functions, applications of the derivative, and
an introduction to antiderivatives and the definite and indefinite                                                                   This program addresses migrant families’ specific literacy needs,
integral . Prerequisites: Grade of 2 .0 or better in MTH 154 and MTH                                                                 school readiness, and promotes parental involvement in their chil-
155 or MTH 157 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement .                                                                                     dren’s learning . For more information call 547-0511 ext . 2779 .
5176 AA              5         MICKELSON, J                    MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         S239
8604 WB              5         HUGHES, C                        TTh                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                         S247                                              MUSIC
MTH	 232	                 Calculus	with	Analytic	Geometry	II	[M/S]	[Q/SR]                                                            MUS	 103	             Music	Theory
A continuation of MTH 231 . Topics include: Applications of the                                                                      Courses must be taken in sequence . The melodic, rhythmic, and
definite integral; differentiation and integration of logarithmic,                                                                   harmonic elements of music through writing, analysis, ear-train-
exponential and inverse trigonometric functions; hyperbolic func-                                                                    ing, sight singing, and keyboard work . Music background is re-
tions and their inverses, techniques of integration; indeterminate                                                                   quired . Students with no piano background must take MUS 136
forms and improper integrals . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better                                                                 concurrently .
in MTH 231 or equivalent .                                                                                                            Prerequisite: MUS 102 . Offered Spring quarter only .
5178 AA              5         ERNST, L                        MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         S145      0400 AA          5        HUBBS, R        MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    P103
                                                                                                                                     0402 BA          5        HUBBS, R        MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   P103




                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                    Credit Classes - 40
                  Music
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION

MUS	 115	                 Music	Appreciation	[H]                                                                                     MUS	 137	            Jazz	Band
The study of musical literature from early times to the present .                                                                    Study, rehearse, and perform jazz, commercial, and big band lit-
Emphasis on listening and enjoyment through the use of record-                                                                       erature . Performances required on and off campus . A maximum
ings, attendance at concerts, and films .                                                                                            of six elective credits from this course can be applied to an A .A .
0404 AA              5         BURROUGHS, R                    MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         P203      Degree . Prerequisite: Audition and/or instructor’s permission .
0406 BA              5         BURROUGHS, R                    MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        P203      0420 AA        1- 3 HUBBS, R               DAILY     12:40PM- 1:40PM   P103
8040 DIH             5         JONES, B                          W                  7:30PM- 8:30PM                         P203
Class meets once a week with the remining instruction delivered through use of the internet. $30 fee. WebCT orientations are
available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance learning
                                                                                                                                     MUS	 140	            Vocal	Jazz
section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Barton Jones by the second day of        Emphasis on swing and vocal jazz concepts within a performance
class, either via email at bjones@colubiabasin.edu or ext. 2331.
                                                                                                                                     ensemble . Performances required on and off campus . In all per-
8042 DIH             5         JONES, B                            Th               6:10PM- 7:10PM                         P203      forming groups a maximum of six elective credits from this course
Class meets once a week with the remining instruction delivered through use of the internet. $30 fee. WebCT orientations are
available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance learning   can be applied to an A .A . Degree . Prerequisite: Instructor’s per-
section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Barton Jones by the second day of
class, either via email at bjones@colubiabasin.edu or ext. 2331.                                                                     mission .
                                                                                                                                     0422 AA        1- 3 CAZIER, D              DAILY     1:50PM- 2:50PM    P203
MUS	 116	                 History	of	Jazz	[H]
The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white                                                                    MUS	 147	            Instrument	Ensemble
America . This is an intercultural humanities course . Emphasis on                                                                   The following ensembles will be organized if enrollment warrants:
listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, atten-                                                                        Brass ensemble, woodwind ensemble, string ensemble, and mixed
dance at concerts, and films .                                                                                                       instrumental ensemble . A maximum of six elective credits from
0408 AA              5         CAZIER, D                       MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         P203      this course can be applied to an A .A . Degree .
8044 DII             5         CLARK, D                         ARR                 ARR                                              0424 AA         1        BURROUGHS, R      ARR       ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave
                                                                                                                                     MUS	 161	            Beginning	Folk	Guitar
Clark by the second day of class, either via email at dclark@colubiabasin.edu or x 2331.                                             Group guitar instruction in the fundamentals of folk guitar play-
                                                                                                                                     ing for the beginner, including basic strums, chords and note
MUS	 118	                 Band                                                                                                       reading .
Instruction and performance of standard and contemporary wind                                                                        8050 WB         2        JONES, B          MW        5:00PM- 7:10PM    P103
literature . In all performing groups a maximum of six elective cred-
its may be applied to an A .A . Degree .                                                                                             MUS	 173	            Ear	Training	Fundamentals
8046 WB 1- 2 HUBBS, R                                               T               7:30PM- 9:30PM                         P103      This class will focus on developing the skills to correctly identify
                                                                                                                                     seventh chords (both in root position and inversion), diatonic chord
MUS	 122	                 Applied	Music                                                                                              progression, and simple melodies containing basic non-harmonic
Private lessons on wind, percussion and keyboard instruments .                                                                       tones . This class should be taken concurrently with MUS 103 . Of-
Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by instructors approved by                                                                      fered Spring Quarter only .
the CBC music department . There may be additional fees charged                                                                      0426 AA         1        BURROUGHS, R        F       9:10AM-10:10AM    P103
by the instructor . These courses are intended for students who are
pursuing a degree in music .                                                                                                         MUS	 181	            Chorus
0410 AA              1         HUBBS, R                           ARR               ARR                                              Instruction and performance of standard choral literature from a
                                                                                                                                     variety of historical periods and cultures . Performances required
MUS	 123	                 Applied	Music                                                                                              on and off campus . Open to all students . A maximum of six cred-
Private vocal lessons . Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by in-                                                                  its from this course can be applied to an A .A . Degree .
structors approved by the CBC music department . There may be                                                                        0428 AA        1- 3 CAZIER, D              TTh       11:30AM-12:30PM   P203
additional fees charged by the instructor . These courses are in-
tended for students who are pursuing a degree in music .                                                                             MUS	 206	            Music	Theory
0412 AA              1         CAZIER, D                          ARR               ARR                                              Melody harmonization, harmonic dictation, chromatic harmony,
                                                                                                                                     advanced modulation, 20th century techniques, and oral compo-
MUS	 124	                 Applied	Music                                                                                              sition . Prerequisite: MUS 205 . Offered Spring Quarter only .
Private lessons on string . Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by                                                                  0432 AA         5        BURROUGHS, R     MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM    P103
instructors approved by the CBC music department . There may
be additional fees charged by the instructor . These courses are in-                                                                 MUS	 242	            Advanced	Vocal	Jazz
tended for students who are pursuing a degree in music .                                                                             Emphasis on traditional and contemporary vocal jazz concepts in
0414 AA              1         BURROUGHS, R                       ARR               ARR                                              an advanced ensemble situation . Extensive audition required each
                                                                                                                                     spring for the following academic year . Performances required on
MUS	 125	                 Orchestra                                                                                                  and off campus . A maximum of six credits from this course can be
Introduction in and performance of standard orchestral literature .                                                                  applied to an A .A . Degree . Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission .
In all performing groups a maximum of six elective credits can be                                                                    0436 AA        1- 3 CAZIER, D              DAILY     1:50PM- 2:50PM    P203
applied to an A .A . Degree . Prerequisites: Orchestra instrument
background and instructor’s permission .                                                                                             MUS	 276	            Advanced	Ear	Training
8048 WB              1         BURROUGHS, R                         M               7:30PM- 9:30PM                         P103      This class will focus on developing the skills to correctly notate chord
                                                                                                                                     progressions using inversions and chromatically altered chords,
MUS	 136	                 Piano	Class                                                                                                4-part dictation and identification of scales, chords and progres-
Group piano instruction for music majors and minors who can-                                                                         sions as used in 20th century techniques . This class should be taken
not meet entrance requirements in piano and for all students in-                                                                     concurrently with MUS 206 . Offered Spring Quarter only .
terested in beginning piano .                                                                                                        0438 AA         1        BURROUGHS, R        F       8:00AM- 9:00AM    P103
0416 AA              2         REHMKE, M                         MTTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                         P102
0418 BA              2         REHMKE, M                         MTTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                        P102      MUS	 281	            Advanced	Chorus
                                                                                                                                     Instruction and performance of advanced choral literature from a
                                                                                                                                     variety of historical periods and cultures . Performances required on
                                                                                                                                     and off campus . A maximum of six credits from this course can be
                                                                                                                                     applied to an A .A . Degree . Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                                     0440 AA        1- 3 CAZIER, D              DAILY     11:30AM-12:30PM   P203
4 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                           *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
Kadlec Medical Center offers a great place to begin your career in health care
or gain professional growth in your future career . As a Kadlec employee you
can continue your education with our 00% tuition reimbursement program .
 We also offer:
         6-8 week training program with preceptor for RN graduates
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               Non Destructive Testing – Nursing
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                         COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION

                    NON	DESTRUCTIVE	TESTING                                   NRS	 2311	 Nursing	VI	Lab
                                                                              Lab to be taken concurrently with NRS 231 .
NDT	 101	            Basic	NDT	Theory	in	VT,	PT,	RMT                          4006 AA               8     MOFFITT, S         MT       7:00AM- 4:00PM
An introductory level study of non destructive testing, welding
codes and standards as applied in the construction trades and                 NRS	 232	                 Professional	Issues	II
maintenance repair programs . Includes discussion of NDE tech-                One (1) credit class provides an overview of contemporary health
niques, AWS, API inspection standards, ASME Sections V and IX                 care, regulations of Registered Nurse practice, collective bargain-
codes and introduces their use . The training will follow SNT-TC-1A           ing, conflict management, safety in the workplace and boundary
format for Visual Testing Level I (VT-I), Magnetic Particle Testing           issues for professional Nurses . Prerequisites: Concurrent enroll-
Level I (MT-I) and Penetrant Testing Level I (PT-I) . Upon completion         ment in NRS 231 and NRS 2311 .
of this course, the student should be able to minimally identify              4019 AA               1     CAMPBELL, D       ARR       ARR
proper welding codes, follow inspection procedures and be able                NRS	 2351	 Nursing	Trends	Lab
perform Level I NDE for the three techniques VT, PT and MT .                  A campus laboratory experience designed to allow the nursing
6860 AA         5        DAVIS, R        DAILY   1:30PM- 2:20PM    V128       student to gain proficiency in nursing skills before actual prac-
NDT	 102	            Basic	Ultrasound	&	Radiographic	Testing                  tice in the hospital setting: Prerequisite: Enrollment in the nurs-
An entry level course on ultrasonic and radiographic testing, tech-           ing program .
niques as applied in the construction trades and maintenance re-              4018 AA               1     HOERNER, M       MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM
pair programs . This is a course for individuals with little or no expe-
rience in ultrasonic and radiographic testing . The course is divided                                        NURSING	ASSISTANT
into two parts, ultrasonic and radiographic testing . The course cov-
ers ultrasonic and radiographic theory, applications, inspection              NA	            100	       Nursing	Assistant
procedures, training standards, evaluation codes, interpretation              This course leads to the ability of those completing the course
of results and instrument operation . Includes discussion of NDE              to become Nursing Assistant Certified . The course covers com-
techniques, AWS, API inspection standards, ASME Sections V and                munication and interpersonal skills, infection control, safety and
IX codes and introduces their use . The class outline will generally          emergency procedures, promoting resident independence, re-
follow SNT-TC-1A format for Ultrasonic Testing Level I (UT-I) and             specting resident rights, basic nursing skills, personal care skills,
Radiographic Testing Level I (RT-I) .                                         mental health and social services needs, care of the cognitively
6862 BA         5        DAVIS, R        DAILY   5:00PM- 5:50PM    V128
                                                                              impaired resident, basic restorative care, resident rights, HIPAA,
                                                                              First Aid and CPR for the health care provider, HIV/AIDS, demen-
                                                                              tia, and cultural awareness . Students will be required to demon-
                                      NURSING                                 strate skills associated with each of the course subjects within the
NRS	 131	            Nursing	III                                              laboratory or clinical setting .
A continuation of NRS 121/NRS 1211 with further exploration of                4072 AA               4     ERICKSON, M       TWF       9:00AM-10:20AM    F109*
physical and mental illness throughout the life span . Normal labor,          NA	            1001	 Nursing	Assistant	Lab
delivery and postpartum care are introduced . A continuing and                This course provides the skills laboratory and clinical requirements
increasing emphasis on the use of the Nursing process to plan,                for the Nursing Assistant lecture course . The student will be in-
deliver and evaluate Nursing care in the clinical setting . Prerequi-         volved in on-campus learning laboratory experiences as well as
sites: BIO 222/BIO 2221; NRS 121/NRS 1211; PSY 101, and ENG 101               clinical rotations within community health facilities .
or concurrent enrollment . All must have a grade of 2 .0 or above .
                                                                              4074 AA               4     ERICKSON, M       TWF       10:30AM- 1:10PM   Q110*
4040 AA         5        BURNS, L         MT     9:00AM-12:00PM               $10 lab fee.

NRS	 1311	 Nursing	III	Lab
Lab to be taken concurrently with NRS 131 .
4046 AA         5        BURNS, L        ThF     6:50AM-11:20AM
NRS	 1351	 Nursing	Trends	Lab
A campus laboratory experience designed to allow the Nursing
student time to gain proficiency in Nursing skills before actual
practice in the hospital setting . Students enrolled in the Nursing
Program register for this class each quarter . Pass/Fail class . Prereq-
uisite: Enrollment in the Nursing Program .                                     Have you registered for FYI?
4060 AA         2        BURNS, L         M      12:40PM- 1:40PM
                                                                                                    First Year Introduction
NRS	 231	            Nursing	VI
A progression from NRS 221/NRS 2211 with additional physiologi-                   Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new,
cal and psychological health needs . Concurrent focus on explora-                Running Start, degree and certificate seeking students .
tion of nursing roles and organizational approach to the delivery
of nursing and health care . Clinical experience focuses on the re-
finement of advanced nursing skills, critical thinking, and leader-
ship abilities . Clinical experiences will assist the student in transi-
tion from the classroom to employment . The professional issues
will focus on the history and trends of Nursing, legal aspects, com-
                                                                                              Think 2006-2007.
munity health and current political issues concerning Nursing . A
project reviewing normal pediatric growth and development as
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well as care of the pediatric client in the health care setting will be
required . Prerequisites: NRS 221/NRS 2211; PSY 240 and SOC 101                               See Financial Aid Office for
or concurrent enrollment . All must have a grade of 2 .0 or above .
4002 AA         5        MOFFITT, S      WTh     9:00AM-12:00AM
                                                                                               FAFSA Workshop dates.
4 - Credit Classes                                                                                       *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                               Nutrition & Food Science – Parent Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                        DAY            TIME                                 LOCATION     LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR        DAY    TIME              LOCATION

                        NUTRITION	&	FOOD	SCIENCE                                                                                                                       PARAMEDIC
NFS	 111	                Nutrition	&	Food	Science	[M/S]                                                                          PMD	 1002	 Pre-Paramedic	Short	Term	Certificate	Practicum
Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients . Eco-                                                                  The Pre-Paramedic Short Term Certificate includes up to 6 cred-
nomic, cultural and psychological influences are considered . The                                                                its of practicum experience, designed to provide the EMT with a
need for vitamins, minerals, and special nutritional requirements                                                                minimum number of patient contacts, geared towards establish-
at different stages of the life cycle and special topics of current                                                              ing a strong EMT basic foundation . The practicum portion of the
concern are included .                                                                                                           Short Term Certificate will be accomplished with the local fire de-
5210 AA             5         BURLINGAME                    MTWTh              11:30AM-12:30PM                      S238         partment agencies . The practicum will include no more than 110
5212 BA             5         BURLINGAME                    MTWTh              12:40PM- 1:40PM                      S238         hours of ride time per quarter in the field .
8490 DII            5         BARTON, D                      ARR               ARR                                               9410 AA        1- 6 NILSON, E              T       6:00PM- 8:00PM   E108*
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory
Orientation: 4/4/06 @ 6:00 PM in room S230.                                                                                      PMD	 206	            Paramedic	VI
8492 WB             5         PEDERSON, A                      MW               7:30PM- 9:50PM                      N103         Sixth and final major course in the Paramedic sequence . The course
                                                                                                                                 provides skills and knowledge necessary to assess and manage
                                             PARALEGAL                                                                           emergencies of a gastrointestinal, urological, toxicological, or en-
                                                                                                                                 vironmental nature . It additionally reviews special considerations
PL	        101	          Intro	to	Paralegalism                                                                                   of mass casualty, hazardous materials, rescue, and crime scene
Basic paralegal procedures designed to acquaint those interest-                                                                  awareness . Students will also complete a term paper during this
ed in the paralegal field with a broader understanding of the ju-                                                                quarter, of an approved subject . At the completion of this course,
dicial process .                                                                                                                 students will complete a term paper and oral presentation . The
8150 WB             5         HOFFMANN, R                      TTh              7:30PM- 9:50PM                   W180B           course follows the 1998 DOT National Standard Curriculum for
PL	        123	          Advanced	Contract	Law                                                                                   EMT-Paramedics, and is designed to give students the foundation
The study of promissory agreements between two or more per-                                                                      to continue training to become eligible to take the National Reg-
sons that create, modify, or destroy legal relations . Courses will                                                              istry EMT-Paramedic Exam . The lab portion of the course focuses
include the study of offer, acceptance, and consideration . Prereq-                                                              on the completion of hospital internship, where they continue to
uisite: PL 122 with a grade of 2 .0 or better .                                                                                  work on their minimum competencies in the emergency depart-
                                                                                                                                 ment, respiratory therapy, cardiac catheterization lab, intensive
8152 WB             3         MCMILLEN, R                        T              5:00PM- 7:20PM                   W180B
                                                                                                                                 care units, pediatrics, neonate intensive care unit, obstetrics unit
PL	        133	          Advanced	Torts                                                                                          and psychiatric rotations . Students continue the field/ambulance
Studying personal injury case law . Prerequisite: PL 132 with a                                                                  clinical competencies .
grade of 2 .0 or better .                                                                                                        9412 WB         6        NILSON, E        MW       6:00PM- 9:00PM   E108*
8154 WB             3         HOFFMANN, R                       Th              5:00PM- 7:20PM                   W180B
                                                                                                                                 PMD	 2063	 Paramedic	VI	Lab
PL	        142	          Community	Property	Law                                                                                  Lab to be taken concurrently with PMD 206 .
A study of the various laws and regulations as they pertain to com-                                                              9414 WC         2        NILSON, E        ARR     ARR               E108*
munity and separate property .
8156 WB             3         STAFF                             M               7:30PM- 9:50PM                   W180B                                        PARENT	EDUCATION
PL	        152	          Advanced	Legal	Writing                                                                                  PED	 085	            Parent-Infant
This course examines advanced techniques of legal research and                                                                   Parents and infants 0-12 months attend class together once each
writing . Emphasis is on developing advanced research methods                                                                    week in a specially designed infant/toddler environment . Class
and concise legal writing . Students apply research methods in                                                                   time is spent in active parent-child interactions and in group dis-
practical applications and in legal writing assignments . Prerequi-                                                              cussions lead by parent education instructors . The class helps
site: PL 151 with a grade of 2 .0 or better .                                                                                    parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify child rear-
8160 WB             5         WHITLOW, R                       MW               5:00PM- 7:20PM                   W180B           ing values, explore methods of child guidance, strengthen fam-
                                                                                                                                 ily communication, explore contemporary family issues and relax
PL	        1972	 Internship                                                                                                      and enjoy their role as parents .
Supervised learning in a law office or other legal facility . Jobs are                                                           7318 AA         2        STAFF             W       9:15AM-11:15AM   A024
planned to give students on-the-job training as legal assistants
enabling them to see the practical use of course work they have                                                                  PED	 086	            Parent-Young	Toddler
completed . Prerequisite: At least 45 credits of paralegal courses .                                                             Parents and child(ren) ages 12 to 24 months attend class togeth-
8162 WB 1- 3 WALKER, C                                        ARR              ARR                                               er once a week . A quality early childhood program, taught by an
                                                                                                                                 early childhood specialist is offered to the children . Parents as-
PL	        199	          Special	Studies                                                                                         sist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities .
8164 AA             1- 5 WALKER, C                            ARR              ARR
                                                                                                                                 During group discussion lead by a parent education instructor,
PL	        214	          Criminal	Law                                                                                            parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal
Examination of criminal justice system, including procedures from                                                                child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques and dis-
arrest to final disposition; study of federal, state, and local laws as                                                          cuss contemporary family issues .
they affect the process in criminal court procedures .                                                                           7320 AA         2        EARLEY, M         M       9:15AM-11:15AM   A024
8166 WB             3         STAFF                             Th              7:30PM- 9:50PM                   W180C                                    ROWLEY, M         M       9:15AM-11:15AM   A024
                                                                                                                                 7322 BA         2        LEIREN, P         T       9:15AM-11:15AM   A024
PL	        222	          Personal	Injury                                                                                                                  RUTLEDGE, H       T       9:15AM-11:15AM   A024
An advanced course that teaches students how to manage a per-
sonal injury case . Prerequisites: PL 103, PL 104, PL 107, PL 131, PL
132, PL133, PL 143 .
8168 WB             3         STAFF                             Th              7:30PM- 9:50PM                     W132



                              *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                 Credit Classes - 44
                  Parent Education – Physical Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                           COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                    DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION

PED	 087	                 Parent-Toddler-Sibling                                                               PHYSICAL	EDUCATION	PROFESSIONAL
Brothers and sisters ages three and under come to class once a
week . A quality early childhood program taught by an early child-                              PEC	 180	                  Care	and	Prevention	of	Athletic	Injuries
hood specialist is offered to the children . Parents assist in the class-                       This course includes information on preventative procedures such
room with developmentally appropriate activities . During dis-                                  as taping and bracing . Care of initial injury including American Red
cussion time with a parent education instructor, parents explore                                Cross Certification for Adult CPR and first aid . Rehabilitation and
parenting siblings, develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify                           return to activity protocol . This is good information for coaches,
personal child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques,                               athletes, or active people in general .
and discuss contemporary family issues .                                                        0800 AA                3     STOKER, L         MTW       11:30AM-12:30PM   G101
                                                                                                Class ends 05/26/06.
7324 AA              2        EARLEY, M                     Th     9:15AM-11:15AM    A024
                              RUTLEDGE, H                   Th     9:15AM-11:15AM    A024
                                                                                                                               PHYSICAL	EDUCATION
PED	 088	                 Parent-Toddler
Parents and child(ren) ages 24 to 36 months attend school to-                                   PE	            1121	 Aerobic	Dance	I	[PE]
gether once a week . A quality early childhood program taught by                                Dance steps and routines rigorously executed to increase cardio-
an early childhood specialist is offered to the children . Parents as-                          vascular rate, leading to figure trimming and toning . Records on im-
sist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities .                             provements in pulse rates and pulmonary recovery will be kept .
During group discussion lead by a parent education instructor,                                  4604 AA                1     ELGIN, K          TTh       9:10AM-10:10AM    G103F
                                                                                                $10 lab fee.
parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal
child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques, and dis-                               PE	            1131	 Aerobic	Dance	II	[PE]
cuss contemporary family issues .                                                               Continued study and advanced techniques of this activity . Dance
7326 AA              2        NEMZEK, S                     W      9:15AM-11:15AM    A024       steps and routines executed to increase cardiovascular rate . Stu-
                              SCHWARTZ, A                   W      9:15AM-11:15AM    A024       dents test and record improvements in pulse rates and pulmonary
7328 BA              2        NEMZEK, S                     F      9:15AM-11:15AM    A024
                              SAUERESSIG M                  F      9:15AM-11:15AM    A024       recovery . Prerequisite: PE 112 .
                                                                                                4606 AA                1     ELGIN, K          TTh       9:10AM-10:10AM    G103F
PED	 089	                 Co-op	Preschool                                                       $10 lab fee.

Parents and child(ren) ages 3 to 5 years attend school together                                 PE	            1141	 Aerobic	Dance	III	[PE]
one day and the child attends an additional one or two days per                                 Advanced study in this activity . Dance steps and routines rigor-
week . A quality preschool program taught by an early childhood                                 ously executed for improving cardiovascular rate and leading to
specialist is offered to the children . Parents assist in the classroom                         figure trimming and toning . Improvements will be tested and re-
with developmentally appropriate activities . Through observa-                                  corded . Prerequisite: PE 113 .
tion, participation and discussion with a parent education instruc-                             4608 AA                1     ELGIN, K          TTh       9:10AM-10:10AM    G103F
tor, parents have an opportunity to better understand their own                                 $10 lab fee.
child and his/her individual needs as well as explore a variety of
parenting issues .                                                                              PE	            1151	 Body	Mechanics	[PE]
7330 AC              3        OGBURN, D                     TTh    9:00AM-11:30AM               This course involves special exercise and calisthenics which en-
                              GIOMI, J                      TTh    9:00AM-11:30AM               hance total fitness, figure improvement, body toning, weight
Class meets at the Wright Avenue Fire Station, Richland.
                                                                                                control, and posture .
7332 BC              3        OGBURN, D                    MWF     9:00AM-11:30AM               4610 AA                1     ELGIN, K          TTh       10:20AM-11:20AM   G103F
                              GIOMI, J                     MWF     9:00AM-11:30AM               $10 lab fee.
Class meets at the Wright Avenue Fire Station, Richland.
                                                                                                PE	            1171	 Yoga	I	[PE]
                                             PHILOSOPHY                                         An introductory course to Hatha Yoga . The course will emphasize
                                                                                                physical exercises, breathing exercises, and meditation practice .
PHI	 101	                 Philosophy	Introduction	[H]                                           4612 AA                1     LEAHY, E          MW        6:50AM- 7:50AM    G103F
A study of the fundamental questions concerning humans and                                      $10 lab fee.
the universe that recur in the history of their thoughts; religion,
knowledge, reality, and morality .                                                              PE	            1181	 Step	Aerobic	Interval	Training	[PE]
2025 AA              5        BULLERT, G                   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   B106       Using intervals of high intensity exercise followed by recovery
                                                                                                periods, this class will combine high and low intensity exercises
PHI	 150	                 Introduction	to	Ethics	[H]                                            performed on the floor as well as on the step . Aerobic exercise,
An introduction to moral concepts; their assumptions, arguments,                                power moves, step training, light weight training, and body resis-
implications, and practices . Special consideration will be given                               tance will be used to introduce the student to the benefits of an
to topics in the area of medicine, business, war, individual rights                             interval training program . Greater cardiovascular strengthening
and the future .                                                                                as well as muscular strengthening and endurance will be intro-
2026 AA              5        WAKEMAN, C                   MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   A332       duced and practiced in this class .
                                                                                                4614 AA                1     ELGIN, K          TTh       11:30AM-12:30PM   G103F
                                                                                                $10 lab fee.

                                                                                                PE	            1191	 Yoga	II	[PE]
                                                                                                A continuation course to a Hatha Yoga practice . The course will
                                                                                                include intermediate physical poses, yoga breathing exercises,
                                                                                                and selected meditations .
                                                                                                4616 AA                1     LEAHY, E          MW        6:50AM- 7:50AM    G103F
                                                                                                $10 lab fee.




45 - Credit Classes                                                                                                          *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Physical Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                          COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#       SEC.     CREDITS      INSTRUCTOR                             DAY              TIME                                      LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                         DAY             TIME                                 LOCATION

PE	            1271	 Fitness	Center	I	[PE]                                                                                                     PE	            1491	 Jogging	II	[PE]
A total fitness program that develops individual fitness levels in                                                                             Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds
cardiovascular training with benefits of weight training to improve                                                                            lifetime skills in aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety,
muscle tone and physical conditioning . $10 lab fee required .                                                                                 motivation, and enjoying jogging . Offered for the intermediate
4618 AA                1          STOKER, L                            ARR                ARR                                       G106       jogger or walker through the competitive runner .
                                  PATRICK, J                           ARR                ARR                                       G106       4640 AA             1- 2 PATRICK, J                             ARR               ARR
                                  ROGERS, S                            ARR                ARR                                       G106       Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via email at jpatrick@columbia-
                                                                                                                                               basin.edu. $10 lab fee.
                                  DUNTERMAN, D                         ARR                ARR                                       G106
                                  BEARD, J                             ARR                ARR                                       G106       PE	            1501	 Jogging	III	[PE]
                                  STOKER, L                            ARR                ARR                                       G106
4620 BA                2          STOKER, L                            ARR                ARR                                       G106       Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds
$10 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New us-   lifetime skills in aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety,
ers must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
                                                                                                                                               motivation, and enjoying jogging . Offered for the advanced jog-
PE	            1281	 Fitness	Center	II	[PE]                                                                                                    ger or walker through the competitive runner .
A continuation of the total fitness program with more involve-                                                                                 4642 AA             1- 2 PATRICK, J                             ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                               Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via email at jpatrick@columbia-
ment in strength, flexibility, muscle toning, aerobic exercise, and                                                                            basin.edu. $10 lab fee.
body composition . $10 lab fee required .
4622 AA                1          STOKER, L                            ARR                ARR                                       G106       PE	            1601	 Basketball	I	[PE]
4624 BA                2          STOKER, L                            ARR                ARR                                       G106       Beginning skills and strategy, this class is suitable for anyone with
$10 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New us-   a desire to learn the basics of the game, with emphasis on rules
ers must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
                                                                                                                                               and court procedure .
PE	            1291	 Fitness	Center	III	[PE]                                                                                                   4644 AA              1         SCHUMACHER,                      ARR               ARR                                   G001
An advanced, self-paced approach to fitness through the use                                                                                                                   HOLDEN, C                        ARR               ARR                                   G001
                                                                                                                                               $10 lab fee.
of specialized exercises, multiple weight machines, and aerobic
equipment . $10 lab fee required .                                                                                                             PE	            1611	 Basketball	II	[PE]
4626 AA                1          STOKER, L                            ARR                ARR                                       G106       The students will expand their knowledge of the skills of basketball,
4628 BA                2          STOKER, L                            ARR                ARR                                       G106       and additional skills will be introduced . Team strategy at a more
$10 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New us-
ers must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.                       advanced level will be emphasized . Prerequisite: PE 1601 .
                                                                                                                                               4646 AA              1         HOLDEN, C                        ARR               ARR                                   G001
PE	            1321	 Golf	I	[PE]                                                                                                                                              SCHUMACHER,                      ARR               ARR                                   G001
                                                                                                                                               $10 lab fee.
Basic stroke instruction with all clubs to provide the student with
sufficient skill to enjoy playing the game . The rules, courtesies, and                                                                        PE	            1631	 Volleyball	I	[PE]
safety factors will be taught and tested .                                                                                                     Covers basic skills, court positions, and strategies for beginning
4630 AA                1          KASCH, M                             MW                  9:10AM-10:10AM                                      sets along with 4-2 and 5-1 offenses .
$10 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & Rd 42. CLASS MEETS FIRST FOUR WEEKS OF THE QUARTER. CLASS WILL
END 11/12/06.                                                                                                                                  4648 AA              1         PATRICK, J                        TTh              12:40PM- 1:40PM                       G001
                                                                                                                                               $10 lab fee.
PE	            1331	 Golf	II	[PE]
Techniques on special shots such as sand shots, sidehill, and down-                                                                            PE	            1641	 Volleyball	II	[PE]
hill lies are emphasized . Prerequisite: PE 1321 .                                                                                             A continuation of Volleyball I . Intermediate skills, defensive strat-
4632 AA                1          KASCH, M                             MW                  9:10AM-10:10AM                                      egies, play sets, and how to play doubles and triples volleyball .
$10 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & Rd 42. class meets first four weeks of the quarter. class will end
11/12/06.
                                                                                                                                               Prerequisite: PE 1631 .
                                                                                                                                               4650 AA              1         PATRICK, J                        TTh              12:40PM- 1:40PM                       G001
                                                                                                                                               $10 lab fee.
PE	            1451	 Soccer	I	[PE]
Basic individual skills are presented and developed . The interna-                                                                             PE	            1651	 Volleyball	III	[PE]
tional rules are emphasized and a physical conditioning program                                                                                Emphasis is on team plan and interaction using and applying all
designed to prepare the student for play is implemented .                                                                                      volleyball skills . Prerequisite: PE 1641 .
4634 AA                1          DOVALLE, O                           MW                 12:40PM- 1:40PM                           G101       4652 AA              1         PATRICK, J                        TTh              12:40PM- 1:40PM                       G001
4600 BA                1          MILLS, M                             MW                 3:00PM- 4:00PM                            G101       $10 lab fee.
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                                                                               PE	            1901	 Cardio	Kickboxing	I	[PE]
PE	            1461	 Soccer	II	[PE]                                                                                                            This course involves the study and implementation of martial art
Soccer II is designed for the intermediate player . Review of the                                                                              style kicks and punches, along with exercises to enhance flexibil-
basic skills taught in the beginning course . Additional work on                                                                               ity, cardiovascular endurance, and increased stamina .
strategy, defensive techniques . Prerequisite: PE 145 .                                                                                        4603 AA              1         ELGIN, K                          MW               9:10AM-10:10AM                      G103F
4636 AA                1          DOVALLE, O                           MW                 12:40PM- 1:40PM                           G101       $10 lab fee.
4602 BA                1          MILLS, M                             MW                 3:00PM- 4:00PM                            G101
$10 lab fee.

PE	            1481	 Jogging	I	[PE]
Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds
lifetime skills in aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety, mo-
tivation, and enjoying jogging . Offered for the beginning jogger
or walker through the competitive runner .
4638 AA               1- 2 PATRICK, J                                  ARR                ARR
Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via email at jpatrick@columbia-
basin.edu. $10 lab fee.




                                  *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                                                         Credit Classes - 46
                  Physics – Psychology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#       SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                            DAY             TIME                                    LOCATION

                                           PHYSICS                                                                                 PSYCHOLOGY
PHY	 100	                 Concepts	of	Physics	[M/S]                                PSY	 101	                  General	Psychology	[S/B]
Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elemen-                    Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior and men-
tary algebraic procedures . Selected topics from classical and mod-                tal processes . Some areas of study are personality and learning
ern physics . Primarily for the non-science major . Prerequisite: MTH              theory, neurobiology, motivation, cognition, memory, research
95 or MTH 96 .                                                                     design and methods .
5186 AA               4     SIDIBE, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     S237      2036       AA         5         DELICH, J                        MTWTh                6:50AM- 7:50AM                         L109
                                                                                   2038       BA         5         MCCLELLAN, J                     MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         B106
PHY	 1001	 Concepts	of	Physics	Lab	[M/S]                                           2040       CAW        5         BEARD, K                         MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A126
Lab to be taken concurrently with PHY 100 .                                        2042       DA         5         MAGELSEN, L                      MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        W132
5188 AA               1     SIDIBE, A           F     1:00PM- 1:50PM     S237      2044       DIH        5         TAFF, M                           MW                  11:30AM-12:30PM                        L109
$10 lab fee.                                                                       Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $30.00 fee.
                                                                                   8206 DII              5         BEARD, K                            ARR               ARR
PHY	 107	                 General	Physics	III	[M/S]                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                   fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
Resistance, direct current circuits, magnetism, inductance, alter-                 orientation: Monday, 4/3/06, 7:00 pm., Room A126.
nating current circuits, electromagnetic waves, reflection, refrac-                8208 DII              5         MEADOWS, D                          ARR               ARR
tion, interference and diffraction of light, mirrors and lenses, op-               This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                   fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed
tical instruments . Prerequisite: PHY 106/PHY 1061 .                               at www.columbiabasin.edu under the distance learning heading. Read bulletins and syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
5190 AA               4     SIDIBE, A         MTW     12:40PM- 1:50PM    S237      2043 EA 5                       DELICH, J                        MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                          L109
                                                                                   2048 FAW 5                      BEARD, K                         MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                           A126
PHY	 1071	 General	Physics	III	Lab	[M/S]                                           8210 WB 5                       DELICH, J                         MW                  5:00PM- 7:10PM                           L109
Lab to be taken concurrently with PHY 107 .
5192 AA               1     SIDIBE, A          Th     1:50PM- 3:40PM     S237      PSY	 202	                  Introduction	to	Abnormal	Psychology	[S/B]
$10 lab fee.                                                                       Explores mental disorders from sociocultural, neurobiological, psy-
                                                                                   cho dynamic, cognitive, and behavioral perspectives . Describes
PHY	 203	                 Engineering	Physics	III	[M/S]                            maladaptive mental disorders as well as their incidence and treat-
Electromagnetism and optics . Prerequisite: PHY 202/PHY 2021 .                     ment . Prerequisite: PSY 101 .
5194 AA               4     SIDIBE, A         MTWTh   8:00AM- 8:50AM     S237      2050 AA               5         PIERACCI, M                      MTWTh                 8:00AM- 9:00AM                           I107
8606 WB               4     AMARIUTEI, J       TTh    5:00PM- 6:50PM     S237
PHY	 2031	 Engineering	Physics	III	Lab	[M/S]                                       PSY	 205	                  Psychology	of	Adjustment	[S/B]
Lab to be taken concurrently with PHY 203 .                                        A study of important findings of modern psychology as they re-
                                                                                   late to adjustment: Social development, personality theory, mo-
5196 AA               1     SIDIBE, A           F     11:00AM-12:40PM    S237
8608 XB               1     AMARIUTEI, J       Th     7:00PM- 9:00PM     S237      tivation, mental health, and resources for personal growth . No
$10 lab fee.                                                                       prerequisite .
                                                                                   2052 AA               5         MAGELSEN, L                      MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                         B105
                                 POLITICAL	SCIENCE                                 PSY	 230	                  Human	Sexuality
PS	            100	       American	Government	[S/B]                                A survey of human sexuality from biological, psychological, socio-
A survey of the system and process of American national politics                   cultural, and sociobiological perspectives . Topics include sexual ori-
and government; including the structure and function of the ex-                    entation, sexual dysfunction, and sexually transmitted diseases .
ecutive, legislative, and judicial branches; and the American po-                  2054 AA               5         DELICH, J                        MTWTh                 9:10AM-10:10AM                          L109
litical party system .                                                             PSY	 240	                  Developmental	Psychology	[S/B]
2028 AA               5     BULLERT, G        MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     L102      A comprehensive survey of psychological development of the hu-
PS	            101	       Comparative	Foreign	Government	[S/B]                     man from conception to death in relation to biological, physical,
A comparative study of the development and transformation of                       social and psychological conditions . Prerequisite: PSY 101 .
western democratic, communist, and third world political sys-                      2056 AA               5         DELICH, J                        MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                         B107
tems and processes .                                                               8212 DII              5         BEARD, K                          ARR                 ARR
                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
2030 AAW 5                  CHISHOLM, R       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    B104A      fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
                                                                                   orientation: Monday,4/3/06, 6:00 pm, Room A126.
PS	            104	       State	and	Local	Government	[S/B]
An examination of federal, state, and local government relation-
ships; state executive, legislative, judicial, and political party sys-
tems; and forms of local governmental units .
2032 AA               5     BULLERT, G        MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    B104A
PS	            150	       Foundations	of	Political	Science	[S/B]
An introduction to fundamental concepts and theories in Politi-
cal Science . This course uses classic and contemporary works of
political thought to deal with basic issues in the study of politics,
such as who should rule, and the nature and limits of political au-
thority, and political rights .
2034 AAW 5                  CHISHOLM, R       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    L109




47 - Credit Classes                                                                                                 *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                         Reading
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME              LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR      DAY    TIME              LOCATION

                                      READING                                     RDG	 085	            Vocabulary	Improvement
                                                                                  This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to
RDG	 079	            Spelling                                                     increase their vocabulary using an in-context approach . Two lev-
This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through                els of text are available, based on reading level . Grading is pass/
the use of spelling rules and in-context exercises . Grading is pass/             no credit . Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
no credit . Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)                 where instruction is a lab format .
where instruction is a lab format .                                               7844    AA     1- 3      SANDMEIER, S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221
7812    AA     1- 3      SANDMEIER, S     MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221       7846    BA     1- 3      ARTER, M       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    A221
7814    BA     1- 3      ARTER, M         MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM    A221       7848    CA     1- 3      SMITH, A       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   A221
7816    CA     1- 3      SMITH, A         MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM   A221       7850    DA     1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   A221
7818    DA     1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D     MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM   A221       7852    EA     1- 3      LIEBLER, N     MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221
7820    EA     1- 3      LIEBLER, N       MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221       7854    FA     1- 3      SANDOZ, S      MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221
7822    FA     1- 3      SANDOZ, S        MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221       7856    GA     1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D   MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221
7824    GA     1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D     MTWTh      3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221       7858    HA     1- 3      HAGAN, J       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221
7826    HA     1- 3      HAGAN, J         MTWTh      4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221       8852    WB     1- 3      HAGAN, J        MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
8804    WB     1- 3      HAGAN, J          MW        5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       8854    WB1    1- 3      LEE, M          TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
8806    WB1    1- 3      LEE, M            TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       8856    WK     1         LEE, M           Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM    A221
8808    WK     1         LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM    A221       8858    WK     2         LEE, M           Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM    A221
8810    WK     2         LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM    A221       8860    WK     3         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    8:30AM- 2:30PM    A221
8812    WK     3         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       8:30AM- 2:30PM    A221       8862    WK     1         LEE, M           Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM    A221
8814    WK     1         LEE, M             Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM    A221       8864    WK     3         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    9:30AM- 3:30PM    A221
8816    WK     3         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       9:30AM- 3:30PM    A221       8866    WK     1         LEE, M           Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM   A221
8818    WK     1         LEE, M             Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM   A221       8868    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221
8820    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221       8870    WK     2         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    11:30AM- 3:30PM   A221
8822    WK     2         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 3:30PM   A221       8872    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221
8824    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221       8874    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221
8826    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221
                                                                                  RDG	 088	            Reading	Skills
RDG	 082	            Study	Techniques                                             Designed for students needing individualized instruction to im-
Students become active learners by developing academic study                      prove their proficiency in basic reading skills . After interpreting
strategies for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus                 diagnostic testing in the LOC, the instructor develops a program
resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test                  for each student . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the
preparation and taking . This is a directed learning course offered               Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab
by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction includes                 format . For those students whose schedules do not allow for Read-
textbook and Web activities . $5 Testing Fee .                                    ing 091, this class serves as an alternate . Prerequisite: Minimum
7828    AA     1- 3      SANDMEIER, S     MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221       ASSET score of 32 or teacher recommendation .
7830    BA     1- 3      ARTER, M         MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM    A221       7860    AA     1- 3      SANDMEIER, S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221
7832    CA     1- 3      SMITH, A         MTWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM   A221       7862    BA     1- 3      ARTER, M       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    A221
7834    DA     1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D     MTWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM   A221       7864    CA     1- 3      SMITH, A       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   A221
7836    EA     1- 3      LIEBLER, N       MTWTh      12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221       7866    DA     1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   A221
7838    FA     1- 3      SANDOZ, S        MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221       7868    EA     1- 3      LIEBLER, N     MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221
7840    GA     1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D     MTWTh      3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221       7970    FA     1- 3      SANDOZ, S      MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221
7842    HA     1- 3      HAGAN, J         MTWTh      4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221       7872    GA     1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D   MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221
8828    WB     1- 3      HAGAN, J          MW        5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       7874    HA     1- 3      HAGAN, J       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221
8830    WB1    1- 3      LEE, M            TTh       5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       8876    WB     1- 3      HAGAN, J        MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
8832    WK     1         LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM    A221       8878    WB1    1- 3      LEE, M          TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
8834    WK     2         LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM    A221       8880    WK     1         LEE, M           Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM    A221
8836    WK     3         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       8:30AM- 2:30PM    A221       8882    WK     2         LEE, M           Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM    A221
8838    WK     1         LEE, M             Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM    A221       8884    WK     3         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    8:30AM- 2:30PM    A221
8840    WK     3         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       9:30AM- 3:30PM    A221       8886    WK     1         LEE, M           Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM    A221
8842    WK     1         LEE, M             Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM   A221       8888    WK     3         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    9:30AM- 3:30PM    A221
8844    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221       8890    WK     1         LEE, M           Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM   A221
8846    WK     2         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 3:30PM   A221       8892    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221
8848    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221       8894    WK     2         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    11:30AM- 3:30PM   A221
8850    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221       8896    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221
                                                                                  8898    WK     1         SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221




                         *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                     Credit Classes - 48
               Reading – Real Estate
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR      DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

RDG	 089	            Speed	Reading                                           RDG	 110	                 Study	Techniques
This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve read-        Students become active learners by developing academic study
ing comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer                 strategies for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus
software . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning         resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test
Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .               preparation and taking . This is a directed learning course offered
7876    AA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221       by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction includes
7878    BA      1- 3     ARTER, M       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    A221       textbook and Web activities . $5 Testing Fee .
7880    CA      1- 3     SMITH, A       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   A221       7914       AA        1- 3      SANDMEIER, S                    MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A221
7882    DA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   A221       7916       BA        1- 3      ARTER, M                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A221
7884    EA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N     MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221       7918       CA        1- 3      SMITH, A                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        A221
7886    FA      1- 3     SANDOZ, S      MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221       7920       DA        1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        A221
7888    GA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D   MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221       8948       DII       1- 3      SANDMEIER, S                     ARR                 ARR
7890    HA      1- 3     HAGAN, J       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                             fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
8900    WB      1- 3     HAGAN, J        MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
8902    WB1     1- 3     LEE, M          TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       7922       EA        1- 3      LIEBLER, N                      MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        A221
8904    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM    A221       7924       FA        1- 3      SANDOZ, S                       MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                         A221
8906    WK      2        LEE, M           Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM    A221       7926       GA        1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM                         A221
8908    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    8:30AM- 2:30PM    A221       9286       HA        1- 3      HAGAN, J                        MTWTh                4:10PM- 5:10PM                         A221
8910    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM    A221       8950       WB        1- 3      HAGAN, J                         MW                  5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221
8912    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    9:30AM- 3:30PM    A221       8952       WB1       1- 3      LEE, M                           TTh                 5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221
8914    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM   A221       8954       WK        1         LEE, M                            Sa                 8:30AM-10:30AM                         A221
8916    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221       8956       WK        2         LEE, M                            Sa                 8:30AM-12:30PM                         A221
8918    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    11:30AM- 3:30PM   A221       8958       WK        3         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 8:30AM- 2:30PM                         A221
8920    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221       8960       WK        1         LEE, M                            Sa                 9:30AM-11:30AM                         A221
8922    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221       8962       WK        3         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 9:30AM- 3:30PM                         A221
                                                                             8964       WK        1         LEE, M                            Sa                 10:30AM-12:30PM                        A221
RDG	 091	            Reading	Skills                                          8966       WK        1         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 11:30AM- 1:30PM                        A221
Reinforces six essential reading comprehension skills: Recognizing           8968       WK        2         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 11:30AM- 3:30PM                        A221
vocabulary in context, locating main ideas, understanding sup-               8970       WK        1         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 12:30PM- 2:30PM                        A221
porting details, identifying transitions, making inferences, outlin-         8972       WK        1         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 1:30PM- 3:30PM                         A221
ing, and summarizing . This class gives students an opportunity to           RDG	 115	                 Vocabulary	Improvement
practice and improve these strategies in a supportive, non-threat-           This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with
ening environment . Prerequisite: Minimum ASSET score of 32 or               emphasis on Greek and Latin root words . Also included are words
teacher recommendation .                                                     often confused and misused, descriptive words, action words,
7892 AA         3        WALTERS, G     MWTh    10:20AM-11:20AM   S134       name derivatives and words from various academic disciplines .
RDG	 099	            College	Reading	Skills                                  Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where
Breaks reading down into the skills necessary for academic success:          instruction is a lab format .
Identification of unfamiliar words, main ideas, supporting details,          7930       AA        1- 3      SANDMEIER, S                    MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         A221
and inferences; distinguishing among organization patterns, and              7932       BA        1- 3      ARTER, M                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A221
                                                                             7934       CA        1- 3      SMITH, A                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                        A221
between fact and opinion . Prerequisite: Minimum ASSET score of              7936       DA        1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                        A221
35 or successful completion of RDG 91 or teacher recommenda-                 7938       EA        1- 3      LIEBLER, N                      MTWTh                12:40PM- 1:40PM                        A221
tion . $5 Testing Fee .                                                      7940       FA        1- 3      SANDOZ, S                       MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                         A221
7894 AA         3        ARTER, M       MWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM    D113       7942       GA        1- 3      RASMUSSEN, D                    MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM                         A221
7896 BA         3        BEEMAN, S      MWTh    10:20AM-11:20AM   A125       7944       HA        1- 3      HAGAN, J                        MTWTh                4:10PM- 5:10PM                         A221
                                                                             8974       WB        1- 3      HAGAN, J                         MW                  5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221
RDG	 105	            Speed	Reading                                           8976       WB1       1- 3      LEE, M                           TTh                 5:20PM- 8:40PM                         A221
This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve              8978       WK        1         LEE, M                            Sa                 8:30AM-10:30AM                         A221
reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of com-                 8980       WK        2         LEE, M                            Sa                 8:30AM-12:30PM                         A221
puter software . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center          8982       WK        3         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 8:30AM- 2:30PM                         A221
(LOC) where instruction is a lab format .                                    8984       WK        1         LEE, M                            Sa                 9:30AM-11:30AM                         A221
7898    AA      1- 3     SANDMEIER, S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221       8986       WK        3         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 9:30AM- 3:30PM                         A221
7900    BA      1- 3     ARTER, M       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    A221       8988       WK        1         LEE, M                            Sa                 10:30AM-12:30PM                        A221
7902    CA      1- 3     SMITH, A       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   A221       8990       WK        1         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 11:30AM- 1:30PM                        A221
7904    DA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   A221       8992       WK        2         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 11:30AM- 3:30PM                        A221
7906    EA      1- 3     LIEBLER, N     MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221       8994       WK        1         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 12:30PM- 2:30PM                        A221
7908    FA      1- 3     SANDOZ, S      MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221       8996       WK        1         SUNDBLAD, T                       Sa                 1:30PM- 3:30PM                         A221
7910    GA      1- 3     RASMUSSEN, D   MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221
7912    HA      1- 3     HAGAN, J       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221                                                      REAL	ESTATE
8924    WB      1- 3     HAGAN, J        MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
8926    WB1     1- 3     LEE, M          TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221       RE	         207	          Principles	of	Real	Estate
8928    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM    A221       An overview of the sale, financing, transfer, and management of
8930    WK      2        LEE, M           Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM    A221       real estate, through lectures, discussion, workbooks and video
8932    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    8:30AM- 2:30PM    A221       materials . Course completion qualifies for taking the Washington
8934    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM    A221       State Real Estate Licensing Exam .
8936    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    9:30AM- 3:30PM    A221       1800 AA              1- 5 BAYLESS, S                           MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         V127
8938    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM   A221
8940    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    11:30AM- 1:30PM   A221
8942    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    11:30AM- 3:30PM   A221
8944    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    12:30PM- 2:30PM   A221
8946    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa    1:30PM- 3:30PM    A221


49 - Credit Classes                                                                                          *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                                                              Seniors – Spanish
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION   LINE#    SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR      DAY    TIME                LOCATION

                                                    SENIORS                                                                          SPA	 103	             Spanish-3rd	Quarter	[H]
                                                                                                                                     Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational
SNR	 015	                 Senior	Fitness                                                                                             skills, reading, writing, grammar, Hispanic culture including ge-
Class includes total fitness program involving strength, flexibility,                                                                ography, customs, daily life and heritage . Prerequisite: SPA 102 or
muscle toning, and aerobic exercise . Orientation and instructor’s                                                                   instructor’s permission .
permission are required for this class .                                                                                             2512 AA          5        SANDNESS, B    MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM     A330
4654 AA              0         STOKER, L                          ARR              ARR                                     G106      2514 BA          5        PRITCHETT, T   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM     V121
Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. New users must complete an orientation. Call
547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.                                                    8250 WB          5        PATTEE, C       MW     6:00PM- 8:10PM      B105
                                                                                                                                     SPA	 203	             Spanish-6th	Quarter	[H]
                                                 SOCIOLOGY                                                                           Extensive practice in all four language skills (reading, writing,
                                                                                                                                     speaking, listening) . The course includes cultural readings and
SOC	 101	                 Intro	to	Sociology	[S/B]                                                                                   short stories and an in-depth review of basic Spanish grammar,
An introduction to the scientific study of society . Emphasis on                                                                     expansion of basic vocabulary and a broadening of the student’s
relationship of the individual to society, inequality, social institu-                                                               understanding of Hispanic culture . Prerequisite: SPA 202 or in-
tions, and deviant behavior .                                                                                                        structor’s permission .
2058       AAW       5         CHAKRABARTI                     MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                          A126      2516 AA          5        SANDNESS, B    MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM     A331
2060       BAW       5         HELFORD, R                      MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                          A332
2062       DA        5         BARR, K                         MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         B101      SPA	 207	             Spanish	For	Spanish	Speakers-3rd	Quarter	[H]
8214       DII       5         CHAKRABARTI                      ARR                ARR                                               Native or near-native speakers of Spanish develop and improve
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 6:00 pm, Room L107.
                                                                                                                                     reading, writing and grammar skills in their native language, while
                                                                                                                                     learning to appreciate the depth and diversity of Latino culture
2064 EAW 5                     HELFORD, R                      MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM                         A126      both in the United States and abroad . Special attention is given
SOC	 150	                 Marriage-Family	[S/B]                                                                                      to advanced grammar and vocabulary of standard Spanish . Stu-
The family is discussed in broad sociobiological, historical and                                                                     dents are introduced to a comprehensive and analytical survey of
comparative perspectives . Modern family life is analyzed after                                                                      Spanish and Latin American literature, as well as theoretical and
conceptual frameworks have been developed .                                                                                          practical approaches in Spanish translating and interpreting . Pre-
2066 AA              5         KENDALL, B                      MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                        W132       requisite: SPA 106 or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                                     2518 AA          5        CRUZ, A        MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM     B105
SOC	 160	                 Gender	Studies
Societies create many roles for their members, depending upon                                                                        SPA	 251	             Intermediate	Conversational	Spanish
technology, organization, and the distribution of power . Some of                                                                    Intensive practice in speaking Spanish for students who have al-
those roles are assigned on the basis of sex . This course examines                                                                  ready gained a knowledge of beginning level grammar and vo-
the social creation of those gender roles assigned to sex and sexual                                                                 cabulary . Class will be conducted entirely in Spanish . Prerequisite:
behavior, and explores the inner life of acting out those roles .                                                                    One year of college-level Spanish, or instructor’s permission .
2068 AAW 5                     CHAKRABARTI                     MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                         A126      8254 WB 1- 2 PRITCHETT, T                 W       5:00PM- 7:10PM     A329
SOC	 201	                 Global	Social	Problems	[S/B]
Examines conditions that adversely affect the quality of life in the
United States . Deviant behavior (crime, alcoholism, drug abuse,
sexual deviance, mental illness) and problems of inequality (in-
cluding poverty, racism, and sexism) will be covered .
2070 AAW 5                     HELFORD, R                      MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         A126
8216 DII 5                     HELFORD, R                       ARR                ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition,
instructor orientation: Monday,4/3/06, 6:00 pm, Room L 102.


                                                    SPANISH
SPA	 101	                 Spanish-1st	Quarter	[H]
Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational
skills, reading, writing and grammar and Hispanic culture includ-                                                                      Have you registered for FYI?
ing geography, customs, daily life and heritage . Designed for the
novice learner of Spanish, with little or no proficiency in the Span-
                                                                                                                                                       First Year Introduction
ish language . Recommended that students have successfully com-                                                                         Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new,
pleted at least English 99 .                                                                                                           Running Start, degree and certificate seeking students .
2506 AA              5         QUIST-OLIVAR                    MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                         D104
2508 BA              5         QUIST-OLIVAR                    MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         D114
2509 CA              5         CRUZ, A                         MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                         A330
SPA	 102	                 Spanish-2nd	Quarter	[H]
Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational
skills, reading, writing and grammar and Hispanic culture includ-
                                                                                                                                                Think 2006-2007.
ing geography, customs, daily life and heritage . Prerequisite: SPA
101 or instructor’s permission .                                                                                                             Apply for Financial Aid early.
2510 AA              5         PRITCHETT, T                    MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                         B105
                                                                                                                                                See Financial Aid Office for
                                                                                                                                                 FAFSA Workshop dates.
                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                                   Credit Classes - 50
                  Speech
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                         DAY             TIME                                 LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

                                                    SPEECH                                                                        SPE	 141	                 Debate	I
                                                                                                                                  Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving through
SPE	 101	                  Speech	Essentials	[C]                                                                                  debate format and impromptu speaking . Includes principles of
This course is recommended for students with no previous speech                                                                   argumentation and analysis of propositions; use of tests of evi-
experience . Students are taught to set a specific purpose for their                                                              dence, reasoning, and logic; detection of fallacies, structure of ar-
speech and then to accomplish the purpose they have set for                                                                       guments and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The student is
themselves . The course also deals with problems of self-confi-                                                                   expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . SPE
dence, organizing ideas, developing content, and articulation of                                                                  101 or equivalent recommended .
ideas . Recommended to be taken in tandem with, or after com-                                                                     0336 AA              2         FISHER, S                            F               9:30AM-11:30AM                         D114
pleting ENG 101 .
0302 AA                3       FISHER, S                       TWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                         I106     SPE	 142	                 Debate	II
Class ends 06/01/06.                                                                                                              Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving through
0304 BA                3       SAMS, C                         TWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                         I106     debate format and persuasive speaking . Includes principles of
Class ends 06/01/06.
                                                                                                                                  argumentation and analysis of propositions; use of tests of evi-
0306 CA                3       FISHER, S                       TWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                       D104      dence, reasoning, and logic; detection of fallacies, structure of ar-
Class ends 06/01/06.
0308 DA                3       FISHER, S                       TWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                       D113      guments and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The student is
Class ends 06/01/06.                                                                                                              expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . SPE
0310 EA                3       SAMS, C                         TWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM                        I106     101 or equivalent recommended .
Class ends 06/01/06.
                                                                                                                                  0338 AA              2         FISHER, S                            F               9:30AM-11:30AM                         D114
0312      FA           3       GOLBERG, T                      TWTh               1:50PM- 2:50PM                        A330
8076      WB           3       GOLBERG, T                        T                5:00PM- 7:10PM                        I107      SPE	 143	                 Debate	III
8078      XB           3       WUTZKE, J                        Th                5:00PM- 7:10PM                        A329      Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving through
8080      YB           3       QUINLEY, V                       M                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                        P204      debate format and extemporaneous speaking . Includes principles
SPE	 102	                  Speech	Essentials	[C]                                                                                  of argumentation and analysis of propositions; use of tests of evi-
This course is an extended SPE 101 and recommended for stu-                                                                       dence, reasoning, and logic; detection of fallacies, structure of ar-
dents who plan to transfer to a senior institution on a semester                                                                  guments and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The student is
system . This course is recommended for students with no previous                                                                 expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . SPE
speech experience . In addition to the goals as stated in SPE 101,                                                                101 or equivalent recommended .
the student will develop more poise and self-confidence while                                                                     0340 AA              2         FISHER, S                            F               9:30AM-11:30AM                         D114
performing before the audience . Additionally, interactive com-                                                                   SPE	 220	                 Basic	Mediation	Training
munication skills and interviewing techniques are introduced .                                                                    This course will include a variety of approaches and theoretical
Credit not granted for both SPE 101 and SPE 102 .                                                                                 foundations for skillful dispute resolution . Students will develop
0314 AA                5       GOLBERG, T                     MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                       A332       communication skills appropriate for the practice of conflict man-
0316 BA                5       QUINLEY, V                     MTWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                       P204       agement and resolution through role-play and the process of me-
0318 CA                5       WUTZKE, J                      MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                      W150       diation . The focus will be on developing a working knowledge of
SPE	 110	                  Communication	Behavior	[C]                                                                             basic mediation skills and understanding how conflict arises and
An introduction to the basic elements that impact our communi-                                                                    how the resulting disputes can be identified and analyzed in the
cation with each other . The course is designed to illustrate to the                                                              resulting conflict cycle . Successful completion of this course will
student the reasons for communication failures in two-party and                                                                   fulfill the basic requirement necessary to become a certified Me-
small group situations . Among other areas, active listening, conflict                                                            diator in Washington state .
communication, self-esteem, and assertiveness will be covered .                                                                   0342 AA              5         STAFF                              TTh               12:40PM- 2:50PM                        D105
0320 AA                3       GOLBERG, T                      TWTh               6:50AM- 7:50AM                        A334      SPE	 260	                 Multicultural	Communications	[C]
Class ends 06/01/06.
0322 BA                3       WUTZKE, J                       TWTh               9:10AM-10:10AM                        V127      Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-
Class ends 06/01/06.                                                                                                              sensitive methods of identifying basic problems involving com-
0324 CA                3       WUTZKE, J                       TWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                       A332      munication failures across ethnic and racial settings . The course is
Class ends 06/01/06.                                                                                                              designed to encourage participants to explore their own cultural
0326 DA                3       SAMS, C                         TWTh               1:50PM- 2:50PM                         I107     identities in relationship to their cultures and those of others in
Class ends 06/01/06.
                                                                                                                                  order to improve the quality of their interpersonal communica-
8082 WB                3       GOLBERG, T                         W               5:00PM- 7:10PM                         I107
                                                                                                                                  tion skills . They will also learn to apply various multicultural ap-
SPE	 111	                  Communication	Behavior	[C]                                                                             proaches to behavior modification, racism, sexism, the valuing
This course is recommended for students seeking to improve                                                                        of cultural diversity, collaboration, and the move toward inher-
their communication with friends, family and co-workers . It is de-                                                               ent pluralism .
signed to heighten the student’s awareness of personality styles                                                                  0344       AA        5         SAMS, C                         MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM                       D114
and communication behaviors and their respective impact on                                                                        0346       BA        5         BACON, J                        MTWTh                9:10AM-10:10AM                      G103G
interpersonal and group communication . Credit not granted for                                                                    0348       CA        5         BACON, J                        MTWTh                10:20AM-11:20AM                       I106
both SPE 110 and SPE 111 .                                                                                                        0350       DA        5         TIJERINA, A                     MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM                      A333
                                                                                                                                  8090       DII       5         BACON, J                         ARR                 ARR
0328      AA           5       BRANDES, D                     MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM                        D105      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
0330      BA           5       FLEISCHMAN                     MTWTh               10:20AM-11:20AM                       V120      fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
                                                                                                                                  top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie
0332      CA           5       FLEISCHMAN                     MTWTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                       V120      Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2331.
0334      DA           5       FLEISCHMAN                     MTWTh               12:40PM- 1:40PM                       B103      0352 EA              5         WUTZKE, J                       MTWTh                1:50PM- 2:50PM                         A332
8086      DII          5       CLARY, C                        ARR                ARR                                             8092 WB              5         TIJERINA, A                      TTh                 5:00PM- 7:10PM                         A332
This class is conducted primarily through the internet. $30 fee. A WebCT orientation is required for those who have not previ-
ously taken an online class at CBC. Sign up for this at www.columbiabasin.edu/elearning. If you have questions about the class,
contact Cathy Clary at claryc@columbiabasin.edu or by phone (509) 547-0511 ext. 2309.
8088 WK                5       FLEISCHMAN                         Sa              8:00AM- 5:00PM                        B101
Class meets April 8, 22, 29, May 13, May 20 and June 3.




5 - Credit Classes                                                                                                                                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                                                                    Theatre Arts
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR          DAY     TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION

                                          THEATRE	ARTS                                THA	 1281	 Stagecraft
                                                                                      A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design,
THA	 1051	 Rehearsal	and	Performance                                                  with an emphasis on construction techniques . During lab times,
Participation in college theatre productions on stage and back-                       students will gain a working knowledge of shop tools, their ap-
stage . After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed                    plication, shop safety and crew protocol .
of students selected for cast and production staff positions, will                    0224 AA              1- 3 CAMPBELL, R                          MTWTh               12:40PM- 2:40PM                         P104
be involved in rehearsals and performances .
8031 AA            1- 3 QUINLEY, V              ARR      ARR                          THA	 130	                 Stage	Movement
8032 BA            1- 3 CAMPBELL, R             ARR      ARR                          This course explores various types of movement particularly use-
                                                                                      ful for the stage, inclusive of dance, ballet, and stylized period
THA	 1061	 Rehearsal	and	Performance                                                  movement . It is a technique class intended to help the student
Participation in college theatre productions on stage and back-                       gain control of his/her body (and thus more effectively use it on
stage . After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed                    stage), and to introduce various skills and functions useful to pe-
of students selected for cast and production staff positions, will                    riod plays . May be repeated for credit .
be involved in rehearsals and performances .                                          0226 AA              1- 2 BURIAK, M                               MW               11:30AM-12:30PM                         P104
8033 AA            1- 3 QUINLEY, V              ARR      ARR                          Arrange 2 hours additional lab per week.
8034 BA            1- 3 CAMPBELL, R             ARR      ARR
                                                                                      THA	 215	                 Survey	of	Theatre	History	[H]
THA	 1071	 Rehearsal	and	Performance                                                  This is a survey course that will cover significant trends and inno-
Participation in college theatre productions on stage and back-                       vations throughout theatre history from its inception in ancient
stage . After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed                    Greece through the present . The emphasis, however, will be on
of students selected for cast and production staff positions, will                    early theatre and its development and evolution .
be involved in rehearsals and performances .                                          8037 DII             5         CAMPBELL, R                        ARR              ARR
8035 AA            1- 3 QUINLEY, V              ARR      ARR                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                      fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
8036 BA            1- 3 CAMPBELL, R             ARR      ARR                          top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Ronn
                                                                                      Campbell by the second day of class, either via email at ronn.campbell@columibabasin.edu or by phone at ext 2344.
THA	 115	                  Introduction	to	Theatre	[H]
An exploration of the many facets of theatre and the many cre-                        THA	 2281	 Touring	Rep	Part	II
ative artists who comprise the theatre arts . The student studies                     This course is a two-quarter commitment . The second quarter class
the history of theatre, styles of production, plays, playwrights, di-                 travels to Washington middle and high schools, performing the
rectors, actors, critics, and designers .                                             previously rehearsed material . Student will learn the challenges
0212 AA                5     CAMPBELL, R       MTWTh     9:10AM-10:10AM    P104       and skills of touring theatre, with emphasis on ensemble acting
                                                                                      and touring techniques . Prerequisite: THA 2271 .
THA	 120	                  Acting-Beginning                                           0232 AA              3         WUTZKE, J                            F               6:00AM- 4:00PM                         P104
An introductory course in acting fundamentals . Basic fundamen-                                                      QUINLEY, V                           F               6:00AM- 4:00PM                         P104
tals such as the playing of actions and objectives, imagination,
relaxation and concentration will be explored through improvi-                        THA	 2431	 Stage	Costuming
sation, scenework, and the study of theory .                                          An introductory course in the theory and practice of stage cos-
0214 AA                3     QUINLEY, V        MWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM   P104       tume design and construction .
Class ends 06/05/06.                                                                  0234 AA              3         SCHOEN, B                          TTh              11:30AM-12:30PM                         P104
                                                                                      Arrange 3 hours additional per week.
THA	 122	                  Acting-Advanced
An advanced studio acting course which is a continuation of THA
121 . This course continues its focus on creating a character with
internal truth that is presented with an awareness of external
craft, including interpretive skills, through exploration of scenes,
monologues and readings . Students will broaden their knowl-
edge of dramatic literature and build their repertoire of audition
monologues . Prerequisites: THA 120 and THA 121 or instructor’s
permission .
0218 AA                3     GOLBERG, T         TWTh     10:20AM-11:20AM   P204
Class ends 06/05/06.

THA	 1261	 Stagecraft
A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design,
with an emphasis on construction techniques . During lab times,
students will gain a working knowledge of shop tools, their ap-
plication, shop safety and crew protocol .
0220 AA            1- 3 CAMPBELL, R            MTWTh     12:40PM- 2:40PM   P104
THA	 1271	 Stagecraft
A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design,
with an emphasis on construction techniques . During lab times,
students will gain a working knowledge of shop tools, their ap-
plication, shop safety and crew protocol .
0222 AA            1- 3 CAMPBELL, R            MTWTh     12:40PM- 2:40PM   P104




                             *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                       Credit Classes - 52
                  Welding Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR         DAY    TIME              LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME              LOCATION

                                VOCATIONAL	ESL	(VESL)                                 WT	         1051	 Gas	Metal	Arc	Welding	(MIG)	Certificate
                                                                                      An introduction to gas metal arc welding, consisting of manipula-
This course is primarily designed for ESL students who are inter-
                                                                                      tive skills using the gas metal arc process . Prerequisite: WT 1031
ested in learning vocational skills in a computer lab setting . Call
                                                                                      or instructor’s permission .
547-0511 ext . 2352 for registration information .
                                                                                      6816       AA        10        CURRY, D           DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130
                                                                                      6818       BA        10        STANDLEY, D        DAILY     12:00PM- 3:50PM   V130
                                WELDING	TECHNOLOGY                                    8677       WB        1- 3      CURRY, D            MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
                                                                                      8679       WK        1- 3      EDWARDS, L           Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130
WT	         100	           Basic	Welding                                              8678       XB        1- 3      SAARI, G            TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
6800 AA               1        CURRY, D           M      1:00PM- 1:50PM    V128       $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT	         1001	 Basic	Welding	Lab                                                   WT	         108	           Fabrication	Technique	I
This class is designed for students wanting to explore the weld-                      This course is designed to aid students in understanding the vari-
ing trade . It is also available for automotive and autobody stu-                     ables that greatly affect welding fabrication . Prerequisite: WT 1031
dents to meet their required welding class . The class will provide                   or instructor’s permission .
hands-on demonstrations, as well as personalized instruction of                       6822 AA               1        MC DOWELL, T        M        12:00PM-12:50PM   V128
various welding applications including safety, set-up and tear                        6820 CA               1        STANDLEY, D         M        10:00AM-10:50AM   V128
down, and methods of operation for oxy-actylene, arc welding,
and wire feed .                                                                       WT	         1081	 Fabrication	Technique	I	Lab
6802 AA 3    CURRY, D                            TTh     1:00PM- 4:00PM    V130       This course is designed to aid students in understanding the vari-
8664 WB 1- 3 CURRY, D                            MW      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130       ables that greatly affect welding fabrication . This will also give the
$10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                        students hands-on experience in structural fabrication . Prerequi-
                                                                                      sites: WT 1031 or instructor’s permission .
WT	         1021	 Introduction	to	Shield	Metal	Arc	Welding                            6824 AA               2        MC DOWELL, T       TW        12:00PM- 1:50PM   V130
An introduction to mild steel arc welding, consisting of manipu-                      6826 BA               2        CURRY, D           ThF       12:00PM- 1:50PM   V130
lative skills using the shield metal arc process with E6010 type                      6825 CA               2        STANDLEY, D        TTh       10:00AM-11:50AM   V130
mild steel electrode . Prerequisite: Asset test placement with a                      $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
math minimum of 32 and a reading minimum of 35 or instruc-
tor’s permission .                                                                    WT	         1301	 Metallic	Arc	Refresher
6804       AA        10        HUE, E            DAILY   7:00AM-10:50AM    V130       Designed primarily for tradesmen who need upgrading in Shielded
6806       BA        10        STANDLEY, D       DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM   V130       Metallic Arc Welding . Includes instruction and practice for upgrad-
8662       VB        1- 3      CURRY, D           MW     6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130       ing skills, test qualifications and special application . Prerequisite:
8663       WB        1- 3      SAARI, G           TTh    6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130       Trade experience . A test may be given to verify experience .
8666       WK        1- 3      EDWARDS, L          Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130       6828       AA        1-10      HUE, E             DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130
$10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                      6807       BA        1-10      STANDLEY, D        DAILY     12:00PM- 3:50PM   V130
                                                                                      8680       WB        1- 3      CURRY, D            MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
WT	         1031	 Advanced	Shield	Metal	Arc	Welding                                   8681       XB        1- 3      SAARI, G            TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
This course will develop welding skills to meet AWS and ASME                          $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
standards using the shielded metal arc process . Prerequisite: WT
1021 or instructor’s permission .                                                     WT	         2011	 Introduction	to	Pipe	Welding
6808       BA        10        STANDLEY, D       DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM   V130       An introduction to Pipe Welding using mild steel pipe and the
6810       BA        10        HUE, E            DAILY   7:00AM-10:50AM    V130       shield metal arc process with E6010 covered electrode . Develop
8670       WB        1- 3      CURRY, D           MW     6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130       the necessary welding skills and techniques to prepare for certif-
8672       WK        1- 3      EDWARDS, L          Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130       icate in accordance with ASME code . Prerequisite: WT 1041, WT
8671       XB        1- 3      SAARI, G           TTh    6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130       1051, or instructor’s permission .
$10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                      6830       AA        10        MC DOWELL, T       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130
WT	         1041	 Shield	Metal	Arc	Welding	Certification                              6832       BA        10        TONNING, H         DAILY     12:00PM- 3:50PM   V129
                                                                                      8684       WB        1- 3      CURRY, D            MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
Advanced development of arc welding skills to meet AWS, WABO                          8686       WK        1- 3      EDWARDS, L           Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130
and ASME certification standards using the shielded metal pro-                        8685       XB        1- 3      EDWARDS, L          TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
cess . Prerequisite: WT 1031 or instructor’s permission .                             $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6812       AA        10        STANDLEY, D       DAILY   12:00PM- 3:50PM   V130
6814       BA        10        CURRY, D          DAILY   7:00AM-10:50AM    V130       WT	         2021	 Gas	Tungsten	Arc	Welding	(TIG)
8675       WB        1- 3      CURRY, D           MW     6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130       This course is designed for the welding of plate and pipe using
8674       WK        1- 3      EDWARDS, L          Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130       the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) process . Instruction will
8676       XB        1- 3      SAARI, G           TTh    6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130       stress developing proper manipulative techniques and skills nec-
$10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                      essary to certify using the GTAW process . Prerequisite: WT 2011
                                                                                      or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                      6836       AA        10        MC DOWELL, T       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130
                                                                                      6838       BA        10        TONNING, H         DAILY     12:00PM- 3:50PM   V129
                                                                                      8687       WB        1- 3      EDWARDS, L          TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
                                                                                      8688       WK        1- 3      EDWARDS, L           Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130
                                                                                      8689       XB        1- 3      CURRY, D            MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
                                                                                      $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.




5 - Credit Classes                                                                                                   *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                                                                               Welding Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR          DAY      TIME              LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR      DAY   TIME           LOCATION

WT	         2031	 Pipe	Welding	Certification
This course will have special emphasis on qualification tests for
piping and tubing . Prerequisites: WT 2021 or instructor’s permis-
sion .
6842       AA        10        MC DOWELL, T       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130
6844       BA        10        TONNING, H         DAILY     12:00PM- 3:50PM   V129
8690       WB        1- 3      CURRY, D            MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
8692       WK        1- 3      EDWARDS, L           Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130
8691       XB        1- 3      EDWARDS, L          TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
$10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT	         208	           Fabrication	Technique	II
This course is designed to aid students in understanding the vari-
ables that greatly affect welding fabrication . Prerequisite: WT 2021
or instructor’s permission .
6848 AA               1        HUE, E              M        12:00PM-12:50PM   V128
6850 BA               1        TONNING, H          M        10:00AM-10:50AM   V128
WT	         2081	 Fabrication	Technique	II	Lab
This course is designed to aid students in understanding the vari-
ables that greatly affect welding fabrication . Prerequisite: WT 2021
or instructor’s permission .
6852 AA               2        HUE, E              TTh      12:00PM- 1:50PM   V130
6854 BA               2        TONNING, H          TTh      9:00AM-10:50AM    V130
$10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT	         2301	 Pipe	Welding	Refresher
This course is designed for tradesmen who need upgrading on
pipe welding procedures for employment in the piping field . In-
cludes instruction and practice for upgrading welding test quali-
fications and special applications . Prerequisite: Trade experience .
A test may be given to verify experience .
6856       AA        1-10      MC DOWELL, T       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130
6858       BA        1-10      TONNING, H         DAILY     12:00PM- 3:50PM   V129
8693       WB        1- 3      EDWARDS, L          TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
8695       WK        1- 3      EDWARDS, L           Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130
8694       XB        1- 3      CURRY, D            MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
$10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.




                           For a listing of classes by start time please refer to our
                                   searchable spring schedule web page at
                               https://www.columbiabasin.edu/schedules/
                                *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                    Credit Classes - 54
                                      APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR    DAY   TIME                 LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR   DAY   TIME                 LOCATION

                 CARPENTRY	APPRENTICESHIP                                                   IRONWORKER	APPRENTICESHIP
Carpenters work with power and hand tools . They build forms                 Ironworkers assemble and erect steel framework and other metal
for concrete and frame buildings, walls, footings, and sheath-               parts in buildings, on bridges, dams and other steel structures . They
ing . Carpenters install doors, windows, storefronts and handrails,          raise, place and join steel girders and columns to form structural
build cabinets, counter tops and finished stair handrails . They             frameworks, including the welding of metal decking .
also work on drywalling, wood flooring, metal jams and ceilings .
Carpenters do interior and exterior finish work, work with drywall           Ironworkers generally work outside at construction sites . Work
and metal studs, install other interior systems, welding and many            is conducted in all kinds of weather . Ironworkers often work at
other related work processes . They also must read blueprints, and           great heights erecting the steel frameworks of skyscrapers, sta-
must measure accurately and calculate dimensions . They may be               diums and bridges . Work can also be confined to cramped quar-
involved in the original construction or remodel of almost every             ters . Substantial physical strength is required to carry and place
kind of structure, including houses, commercial buildings, bridg-            the reinforcing steel for concrete structures . “Tying iron” requires
es, churches, factories, and highways .                                      heavy lifting and bending .

For information on the Carpenters Apprentice program please                  For information regarding the Ironworker Apprenticeship pro-
contact:                                                                     gram please contact:
2819 W. Sylvester                                                            16610 E. Euclid
Pasco, WA 99301                                                              (509) 922-3577
(509) 545-1781                                                               Spokane, WA 99216
At CBC contact John Roberts (509) 547-0511 ext. 2320
                                                                                            MILLWRIGHT	APPRENTICESHIP
                     ELECTRICAL	LINEWORKERS                                  Millwrights are crafts people who do precision machine installa-
                         APPRENTICESHIP                                      tion and assembly using sophisticated measuring instruments .
                                                                             They install and align heavy industrial machinery such as convey-
Electrical lineworkers construct and maintain electric transmission          or systems, pumping systems, packaging systems, compressors,
and distribution facilities that deliver electricity to our homes, fac-      electric generators and turbines .
tories and commercial and retail businesses . Apprentices work for
various contractors on all types of power line construction, both            Millwrights work in hydroelectric dams, paper mills, nuclear power
underground and overhead .                                                   generating stations, gas or coal-fired generation plants, smelters
For information regarding the Electrical Lineworkers Apprenticeship          and refineries . They use highly precise optical measuring and lev-
program please contact:                                                      eling instruments . You need good math skills along with the abil-
                                                                             ity to think problems through, practical thinking, manual dexter-
6162 NE 80th Ave.                                                            ity, the ability to work to very small tolerances (to a thousandth
Portland, OR 97218                                                           of an inch) . May have to lift heavy objects .
(503) 253-8202
                                                                             For information regarding the Millwright Apprenticeship program
                          ELECTRICAL	WORKERS                                 please contact:
                            APPRENTICESHIP                                   2819 West Sylvester
                                                                             Pasco, WA 99302
Construction and residential electricians work in all phases of the          (509) 545-9339
electrical construction and service industry . They do the electrical        At CBC contact John Roberts (509) 547-0511 ext. 2320
construction work on projects ranging from single-family residences
to state-of-the-art industrial plants . Workers install conduits and
wire all lighting, along with switches and converters, to complex
systems incorporating computerization and high technology in
the installation and maintenance of electrical systems . Their work
includes both small and large commercial installation up to and
including high-rise buildings . Electricians also do repair and main-
tenance on all electrical installations . The low voltage/sound and
communication apprenticeship includes work processes in fiber
optics, telephone systems, sound and fire alarm systems, LAN and
structured wiring systems .
For information regarding the Electrical Workers Apprenticeship
program please contact:
8340 Gage Blvd. #414
Kennewick, WA 99336
(509) 783-0589
www.jatc112.org




55 - Appenticeship Programs
                                      APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR    DAY   TIME                 LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR          DAY   TIME       LOCATION

                     PAINTER	APPRENTICESHIP
Painters and decorators prepare and paint a diverse array of sur-
faces . There are three main areas of the industry: industrial (steel
structures like ship tanks and bridges), commercial buildings (ev-
erything from small businesses to high skyscrapers), and residen-
tial buildings (homes and small apartments) . Painters need to be
skilled with a wide variety of hand and power tools, depending
upon the type of surface preparation and coating required .
Work is conducted indoors and outdoors at floor level, on ladders,
rigging and scaffolding . Painters and decorators use a variety of
chemicals and are exposed to fumes from paints and solvents .
Workers may have to travel great distances to work sites .
For information regarding the Painters Apprenticeship program
please contact:
P.O. Box 11953
Spokane, WA 99211
or
7209 E. Trent
(509) 533-8814
Spokane, WA 99212
(509) 928-3556

                         PLUMBING/PIPEFITTING
                            APPRENTICESHIP
Plumbers, steamfitters, and refrigeration fitters are all crafts people
who install piping systems that carry water, steam, air and other
liquids or gases necessary for sanitation, industrial production,
heating and air conditioning, and many other uses . They also al-
ter, remodel and repair existing piping systems and install plumb-
ing fixtures, radiators and other heating units, some appliances,
as well as refrigeration and air conditioning equipment . Workers
measure, cut and bend pipe, weld, braze, caulk, solder, glue or
thread joints at residential and commercial job sites .
For information regarding the Plumbing/Pipefitting Apprenticeship
program please contact:
1328 Road 28
Pasco, WA 99301
(509) 547-6480

               SHEET	METAL	APPRENTICESHIP
Sheet metal workers fabricate, install and service heating, vent-
ing and air conditioning systems, blowpipe and industrial sys-
tems, metal roofing, coping and flashing, stainless steel work for
restaurants, kitchens and hospitals . They prepare shop and field
drawings manually and with computer programs . They provide
HVAC/R service .
For information regarding the Sheet Metal Apprenticeship program
please contact:
P.O. Box 2626
Pasco, WA 99302
(509) 547-0511 ext. 2680
johnm@bossig.com




                                                                                                                   Appenticeship Programs - 56
                                           COMMUNITY EDUCATION
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR    DAY   TIME             LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR   DAY   TIME   LOCATION

                             COMMUNITY	EDUCATION
CSRE	 002	               Traffic	Control
Columbia Basin College offers the Evergreen Flagger Training Cer-
tification Program which is the most recognized course for Flag-
ger Training for Washington State . This Flagger card is accepted in
Oregon and Idaho as well . The handbook and instructor’s manual
are constantly updated and contains all the timely information
and requirements . Class will be held at the Columbia Basin Col-
lege Pasco Campus, 8:30am-4pm . See the program web site for
location on campus . Please pre-register for class .
R410 WK              0       SWEATT, V     Sa    8:30AM- 4:00PM   V121
Class starts 04/22/06.
R420 WK              0       SWEATT, V     Sa    8:30AM- 4:00PM   V121
Class starts 05/20/06.
R430 WK              0       SWEATT, V     Sa    8:30AM- 4:00PM   V121
Class starts 06/10/06.




57 - Community Education
                                            DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                         COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR   DAY     TIME                 LOCATION   LINE#       SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                           DAY             TIME                                   LOCATION

                            DISTANCE	LEARNING                                            ADMINISTRATIVE	OFFICE	TECHNOLOGY
The following classes display “ARR” under the “Location,” “Time”              AOT	 101	                  Keyboarding	I
and “Day” headings because they are not offered at any tradition-             Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers,
al times and locations . Instead, the instructors and students use            symbols, and operational keys using a computer . It is recommended
technology to create a virtual learning environment .                         that a student take CA 100 in the same quarter as AOT 101 .
Some distance learning classes have a mandatory orientation that              8170 DII              2         WALKER, C                          ARR               ARR
                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
students must attend . You may also choose to attend a WebCT ori-             $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation
                                                                              meeting 4/5/06 from 5:15p.m. - 7:15p.m. in W180D or 4/7/06 from 1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m. In W180D. Bring textbook and disk.
entation . See below for more information . This orientation meet-            Open entry by 05/08/06.
ing is listed at the end of each course description .
Who should take distance classes? Distance education helps stu-
                                                                              AOT	 102	                  Keyboarding	II
                                                                              Reinforces keyboarding skills . Introduces appropriate formatting
dents with tight schedules learn at any time of the night or day,             of business letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables
reduce commuting time and spend more time with their families .               using a word processing software . Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA
But this type of learning is not for everyone . Distance classes are          100 or advanced placement for comparable skills .
best suited to students who meet deadlines, stay on task, and
                                                                              8172 DII              2         WALKER, C                          ARR               ARR
learn well on their own .                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
                                                                              $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required ori-
Please note that basic computer literacy, including some Internet             entation meeting on 4/19/06 from 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. in W180D or 4/21/06 from 4:00p.m. To 6:00p.m. in W180D. Bring text-
                                                                              book and disk. Open entry by 05/08/06.
skills, is necessary for some classes . Contact the coordinator of
Distance Education at 547-0511, ext . 2373 or go to the web page              AOT	 1091	 Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
at: www .columbiabasin .edu/distance .                                        Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully
If you do not have an Internet connection at home, stop by the                planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and
lab in Room W-140 on the Pasco campus and ask the staff to                    numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys . Develops
help you .                                                                    10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may enroll once in
                                                                              AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits .
                    WebCT Orientation Schedule                                Prerequisite: AOT 101 or instructor’s permission .
                        Spring Quarter 2006                                   8174 DII              3         WALKER, C                          ARR               ARR
An introduction to WebCT, the distance learning software used for             This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                              fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meet-
Internet-based courses at CBC, will be conducted prior to the first           ing on 4/7/06 from 5:15p.m. - 7:00p.m. in W180D and 4/14/06 from 5:15p.m. - 7:00p.m. in W180D. Bring textbook and disk.

week of spring quarter . As participants will learn the skills essential
for survival in a WebCT class, the orientation is highly recommended
                                                                              AOT	 126	                  Presentation	Applications
                                                                              This class introduces the fundamentals of presentation software,
for students who are new to on-line learning . In some cases, this            currently Microsoft PowerPoint . Students will learn how to create
general orientation may replace the orientations for specific classes .       and modify a slide presentation, insert clip art, add slide transi-
Please consult the footnotes for your class or contact your instructor        tion and animation effects, create graphic objects, and prepare a
for additional information about WebCT orientation .                          presentation for publishing to the Web using PowerPoint . Prepa-
                                                                              ration for Microsoft Office User Expert PowerPoint Certification .
See website at www.columbiabasin.edu/elearning                                Prerequisite: CA 100 .
    for orientation dates, times, and locations.                              8176 DII              3         JOHNSTON, K                        ARR               ARR
                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                              fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                              meeting on 4/5/06 from 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. in W143. Bring textbook and disk.

                                                                              AOT	 147	                  Medical	Terminology	I
                                                                              Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the medi-
                                                                              cal office . Major topics to be studied are: Cells and oncology, tis-
                                                                              sues and the integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular
                                                                              system, nervous system, special senses, glands, cardiovascular sys-
                                                                              tem; blood and lymphatic-immune systems, respiratory system;
                                                                              digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system, pregnancy
                                                                              and human development; and general diseases, lab tests, diagno-
                                                                              ses, surgery, pharmacology, and therapy . Emphasis is placed on
                                                                              identifying and labeling word parts, defining and building medi-
                                                                              cal terms, basic anatomy and becoming familiar with common
                                                                              diseases of the systems .
                                                                              8180 DII              5         MCBURNEY, J                        ARR               ARR
                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                              fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                              meeting on 4/4/06 from 7:30p.m. -9:00p.m. in W143. Bring textbook and disk.

                                                                              AOT	 1952	 Supervised	Employment
                                                                              A supervised work experience involving the application and
                                                                              practice of skills and principles learned in the classroom . Super-
                                                                              vised Employment site must meet degree or certificate specialty
                                                                              requirement . One credit equals 33 work hours . May be repeated
                                                                              for credit and experience . Prerequisites: AOT 102, AOT 117, and
                                                                              instructor’s permission .
                                                                              8184 DII             1-15 MARTINEZ, G                              ARR               ARR
                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                              fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                              meeting on 2/17/06 at 8:00a.m. - 9:00a.m. in W143 or 3/20/06 from 6:50a.m. -7:50a.m. in W160. Bring textbook and disk.


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                                                                                DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

AOT	 243	                 Administrative	Office	Management                                                                                                                                      ART
Integrates application of technical skills while assisting executives
in carrying out management responsibilities; applies managerial                                                                      ART	 110	                 Intro	to	Art	[H]
and leadership skills while completing a simulated executive of-                                                                     A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encoun-
fice simulation . Emphasis on problem-solving, decision-making                                                                       ters in various areas of art . The class emphasis is on building a gen-
processes, responsibilities, and implementation . Includes con-                                                                      eral appreciation of the techniques, styles and history of art .
ducting on-line research . Prerequisites: AOT 126, AOT 142, and                                                                      8000 DII             5         BARLOW, H                          ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
Internet proficiency .                                                                                                               fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
                                                                                                                                     top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard
8186 DII             2         MARTINEZ, G                        ARR               ARR                                              Barlow by the second day of class via email at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation       8002 DII             5         BARLOW, H                          ARR               ARR
meeting on 5/2/06 at 6:50a.m. -7:50a.m. in W160. Bring textbook and disk.                                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
AOT	 244	                 Legal	Office	Procedures                                                                                    top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard
                                                                                                                                     Barlow by the second day of class via email at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.
Integrates application of skills with knowledge of legal office pro-
cedures to complete a simulated legal office secretarial project                                                                                              BUSINESS	ADMINISTRATION
using word processing software (and other software packages as
appropriate) . Includes conducting on-line research . Prerequisites:                                                                 BA	         105	          Business	&	Payroll	Tax	Accounting
AOT 142, AOT 146, and Internet proficiency .                                                                                         A study of the various aspects of federal, state, and local taxes lev-
8188 DII             2         MARTINEZ, G                        ARR               ARR                                              ied upon business . Emphasis placed on Federal Income and Social
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation       Security tax withholding, sales tax requirements and various state
meeting on 5/2/06 at 6:50a.m. -7:50a.m. in W160. Bring textbook and disk.                                                            regulations regarding employee health, safety, unemployment in-
                                                                                                                                     surance and business and occupation tax . Students will practice
AOT	 245	                 Medical	Office	Procedures                                                                                  completion of various tax reports and maintenance of accurate tax
Integrates application of skills with knowledge of medical office                                                                    related records . Prerequisite: BA 251 or instructor’s permission .
procedures to complete a simulated medical office project . In-                                                                      8100 DII             5         WEND, T                            ARR               ARR
cludes conducting on-line research . Prerequisites: AOT 142, AOT                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
147, and Internet proficiency .                                                                                                      orientation: Monday, 4/3/06, 7:00 p.m., Room B102.
8190 DII             2         MARTINEZ, G                        ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation       BA	         111	          Computerized	Accounting
meeting on 5/2/06 at 6:50a.m. -7:50a.m. in W160. Bring textbook and disk.                                                            This course will require students to use QuickBooks to account
                                                                                                                                     for service and merchandising businesses . The different modules
AOT	 272	                 Word	Processing	II                                                                                         include Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll and inte-
Applies knowledge of advanced word processing features, includ-                                                                      gration of Microsoft Excel and Word . Prerequisites: BA 251 and BA
ing styles, macros, mail merge, templates, and long documents,                                                                       252 or concurrent enrollment in BA 252 .
to prepare complex, integrated documents . Solves software-re-                                                                       8102 DII             4         LEWIS, T                           ARR               ARR
lated problems through trouble-shooting practice . Preparation                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Word Expert Certi-                                                                   orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 7:00 p.m., Room B101.
fication . Prerequisite: AOT 172 .
8192 DII             3         JOHNSTON, K                        ARR               ARR                                              BA	         1111	 Computerized	Accounting	Lab
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation       Lab to be taken concurrently with BA 111 .
meeting on 4/4/06 from 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. in W143. Bring textbook and disk.                                                         8104 DII             1         LEWIS, T                           ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
AOT	 299	                 Special	Studies                                                                                            fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
                                                                                                                                     orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 7:00 p.m., Room B101.
A class used to explore new concepts in Administrative Office Tech-
nology . This class number can be used for one quarter only .                                                                        BA	         120	          Personal	Finance
8194 DII             2         BLOOMSBURG                         ARR               ARR                                              A decision-making approach to personal financial planning . Stu-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation       dents will use course materials and internet resources to develop
meeting 4/3/06 at 6:30p.m. - 8:00p.m. in W143. Bring textbook and disk.                                                              personal financial strategies .
                                                                                                                                     8106 DII             5         MANCO, G                           ARR               ARR
                                         ANTHROPOLOGY                                                                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.

ANT	 120	                 Introduction	to	Cultural	Anthropology	[S/B]                                                                BA	         250	          Management	Information	Systems
Cultural Anthropology is the branch of anthropology that studies                                                                     An overview of management information systems foundations and
the species Homo sapiens from a cultural perspective . During this                                                                   essentials including database management, electronic commerce,
quarter we will examine the diversity and similarity of cultures and                                                                 and emerging technologies . Development, management, and or-
peoples throughout the world . This examination will include the                                                                     ganization of information systems complete this basic course .
diverse religions, languages, and economic, social and political                                                                     8108 DII             5         MANCO, G                           ARR               ARR
systems found in different world cultures . Because of the research                                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
paper requirement in this class, it is strongly recommended that
students complete ENG 101 before taking ANT 120 .                                                                                    BA	         251	          Principles	of	Accounting
8204 DII             5         TAFF, M                            ARR               ARR                                              Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situa-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor    tions . Introduction to the accounting cycle for service and mer-
orientation: Monday,4/3/06, 6:00 pm, Room L107.
                                                                                                                                     chandising firms controlling to purchases and sales with business
                                                                                                                                     papers, special journals, and subsidiary ledgers .
                                                                                                                                     8109 DII             5         MALONE, C                          ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
                                                                                                                                     orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.




59 - Distance Learning
                                                                                DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

BA	         252	          Principles	of	Accounting                                                                                   CS	         106	          Database	Systems	1
The theory and practice of accounting, including financial state-                                                                    This course is an introduction to database systems using Microsoft
ments . Emphasis on partnership and corporate accounting . Pre-                                                                      Access . The course content includes: An introduction to Microsoft
requisite: BA 251 or instructor’s permission .                                                                                       Access 2002, creating and maintaining a database, querying a data-
8110 DII             5         MALONE, C                          ARR               ARR                                              base, creating forms and reports, integrating Access with the Web
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor    and other software programs, automating tasks with macros, and
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.                                                                                database security . Prerequisite: CA 100 . All prerequisites must be
                                                                                                                                     passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
BA	         253	          Principles	of	Accounting                                                                                   8318 DII             5         WOLF, D                            ARR               ARR
A continuation of BA 252 . Introduction of manufacturing and cost                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
accounting . Analysis of financial statements, budgeting and cost                                                                    meeting on 4/4/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T549. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
volume analysis . Prerequisite: BA 252 .
8112 DII             5         MALONE, C                          ARR               ARR                                              CS	         110	          Windows	Operating	Systems	1
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor    This course is an introduction to the Microsoft Windows XP Pro-
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 5:00 p.m., Room B101.                                                                                fessional operating system . The course content includes: Custom-
                                                                                                                                     izing Windows XP, Windows XP file systems, implementing short-
BA	         254	          Business	Law                                                                                               cut strategies, using OLE technologies, data backup, safeguarding
An introduction to the American legal system including its social,                                                                   your computer, evaluating system performance, troubleshooting
political, and philosophical roots . The court system and judicial                                                                   computer and operating system problems, and exploring the
procedures are critically examined, and the class inquires exten-                                                                    Windows Registry . Prerequisite: CA 100 . All prerequisites must be
sively into business torts, crimes, and contracts .                                                                                  passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
8116 DII             5         KEY, G                             ARR               ARR                                              8322 DII             5         MIJIC, M                           ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 6:00 p.m., Room B102.                                                                                fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                                                                                     meeting on 4/5/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T550. Contact mmijic@columbiabasin.edu for info.

BA	         255	          Business	Law                                                                                               CS	         113	          Introduction	to	the	Internet
A continuation of BA 254 . Topics covered include: Partnerships,                                                                     Effective use of the Internet is recognized as an important asset
corporations, real and personal property, financial arrangements,                                                                    for professionals in virtually every area of work or study . The stu-
government regulatory schemes and more .                                                                                             dents will learn how to use the Internet in a productive way to
8118 DII             5         KEY, G                             ARR               ARR                                              access services, resources, and information . Prerequisite: Com-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor    puter experience .
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 6:00 p.m., Room B102.
                                                                                                                                     8324 DII             2         WINN, D                            ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                              COMPUTER	APPLICATION                                                                                   fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
                                                                                                                                     meeting on 4/4/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T548. Contact dwinn@columbiabasin.edu for info.

CA	         100	          Introduction	to	Microcomputers                                                                             CS	         161	          C++1	[Q/SR]
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems                                                                         This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will
and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word process-                                                                       learn the C++ programming language . C++ is an extension of C
ing, and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience .                                                                          language, which includes both procedural and object-oriented
Recommended: Keyboarding experience or AOT 101 taken con-                                                                            programming . It is the basis for most PC based windows programs .
currently .                                                                                                                          Students will learn C++ keywords, control structures, functions,
8300 DII             4         SIDWELL, K                         ARR               ARR                                              arrays, and strings . Prerequisite: MTH 95 . All prerequisites must be
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required ori-       passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
entation meeting on 4/3/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T547. Contact ksidwell@columbiabasin.edu for info. This CA course is NOT a pre-
requisite for AOT courses.                                                                                                           8328 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
8302 DII             4         LUND, E                            ARR               ARR                                              fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required Orientation       WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277
Meeting on 4/3/06 from 5:30p.m. -7:30p.m. In W143. Bring Textbook and disk.
8304 DII             4         CABLE, M                           ARR               ARR                                              CS	         162	          C++2	[Q/SR]
Required orientation meeting on 4/4/06 at 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. In W143. Bring textbook and disk.
                                                                                                                                     This class is the second in a series of three in which the student
8305 DII             4         SIDWELL, K                         ARR               ARR                                              will learn the C++ programming language . The students will learn
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required ori-       advanced features of C++ including: Operator overloading, inheri-
entation meeting on 4/3/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T547. Contact ksidwell@columbiabasin.edu for info. This CA course is NOT a pre-
requisite for AOT courses.                                                                                                           tance, virtual functions, and polymorphism, stream input/output,
                                                                                                                                     templates, file processing, linked lists, characters, strings, struc-
                                     COMPUTER	SCIENCE                                                                                tures and classes . Prerequisite: CS 161 . All prerequisites must be
                                                                                                                                     passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
CS	         102	          Visual	Basic	1	[Q/SR]                                                                                      8330 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
This is a beginning Visual Basic programming course using Microsoft                                                                  fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
Visual Basic .Net . Students will learn to write, design, and debug                                                                  dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
                                                                                                                                     WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277
windows applications using controls, variables, selection and rep-
etition structures, and calculations to solve problems . Prerequi-
site: Math 95 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better
before taking this course .
8314 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277




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                                                                                DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR   DAY   TIME   LOCATION

CS	         172	          C#	2
This class is the second in a series of three in which the students will
learn the C# programming language . Students will learn classes,
C# type systems, methods, properties, overloading, characters and
strings, arrays, indexers, inheritance, virtual methods, exceptions,
and files and streams . Prerequisite: CS 171 . All prerequisites must
be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
8334 DII             5         HENRY, C                           ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
meeting on 4/4/06 at 5:00 p.m. in T550. Contact chenry@columbiabasin.edu for info.

CS	         207	          Word	Implementation
This class teaches application-specific skills that will enable stu-
dents to effectively implement, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft
Word within a corporate environment . There is a strong emphasis
on the skills required for supporting users of Microsoft Word in a
workgroup . This class is designed to help prepare students for the
MOUS Word Expert Certification test . (Extra study and product ex-
perience are typically required to pass a certification exam) . Prereq-
uisite: CA 172, CS 110, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites
must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
8338 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277

CS	         208	          Advanced	Spreadsheets
An advanced spreadsheets course with topics including: Inte-
grating Excel with other Windows programs and the World Wide
Web, working with multiple worksheets, data tables and scenar-
io management, using solver for complex problems, importing
data into Excel, exchanging Excel with Visual Basic, and installa-
tion and troubleshooting user’s problems . Prerequisite: CA 124
or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with
a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
8340 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277

CS	         221	          SQL1
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to
install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft SQL
Server client/server database management systems . It will help
prepare students for the MCDBA Certificate . Prerequisites: CS 106
and MTH 95 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better
before taking this class .
8344 DII             5         WOLF, D                            ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation
meeting on 4/4/06 at 4:00 p.m. in T549. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

CS	         261	          Visual	C++	1
A course in MFC programming with C++ and Visual C++ will help
students to program using C++ with Microsoft Foundation classes
for Windows applications . Students will also learn to use AppWiz-
ard, Class Wizard, controls menus, dialog and other resources, and
database processing in large applications . This course is intended
for students who are already familiar with C++ language . Prereq-
uisite: CS 162 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or bet-
ter before taking this class .
8356 DII             5         ROBBINS, T                         ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. First time online stu-
dents sign up for a WebCT Orinetation at “WebCT Orinetations,” one of the options of the “elearning” option on CBC Homepage.
WebCT orientations URL is at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/home/index.asp?page=1277




6 - Distance Learning
                                                                                DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#       SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                            DAY             TIME                                    LOCATION

                                                ECONOMICS                                                                            ENG	 205	                  Technical	Writing	[C]
                                                                                                                                     This course emphasizes students technical communication skills
EC	         201	          Principles	of	Economics	I	[S/B]                                                                            for use in the workplace and other academic settings . Students
This course introduces such important concepts as: Market sys-                                                                       will employ various methods of analyzing and writing for differ-
tems and their alternatives, supply and demand, measurement                                                                          ent audiences and purposes . Students will also use traditional and
and determination of a nation’s output and income, inflation                                                                         online resources for problem solving, research, documentation,
and unemployment, both demand-side and supply-side aspects                                                                           and editing . Prerequisite: ENG 101 .
of fiscal and monetary policies, federal debt, and international                                                                     8070 DII              5         ABBOTT, D                           ARR               ARR
trade and finance .                                                                                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
8124 DII             5         SCHAU, D                           ARR               ARR                                              top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Abbott by
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   the second day of class, either via email at DAbbott@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2386.
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
orientation: Monday, 4/3/06, 5:00 p.m., Room L102.
                                                                                                                                     ENG	 240	                  Creative	Writing
EC	         202	          Principles	of	Economics	II	[S/B]                                                                           A study of creative writing, emphasizing diverse styles and tech-
Microeconomic concepts are applied to business and household                                                                         niques . Previous completion of English 101 is strongly recom-
decision-making as well as public policy . Major topics include:                                                                     mended .
Scarcity and choice, production possibilities, alternative alloca-                                                                   8071 DII              5         HOLMES, M                           ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
tive mechanisms, supply and demand analysis, elasticity, con-                                                                        fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
                                                                                                                                     top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes
sumer choice, production and costs, market structures, antitrust                                                                     by the second day of class, either via email at HHolmes@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2316.
and regulation, and public microeconomics .
8126 DII             5         SCHAU, D                           ARR               ARR                                              ENG	 241	                  Creative	Writing
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor    A continuation of ENG 240 . Prerequisite: ENG 240 .
orientation: Monday, 4/3/06, 5:00 p.m., Room L102.                                                                                   8073 DII              5         HOLMES, M                           ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
                                                EDUCATION                                                                            top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes
                                                                                                                                     by the second day of class, either via email at HHolmes@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2316.

ED	         135	          Career	Planning	Strategies
An introductory course designed to assist students in gaining                                                                                                                         GEOGRAPHY
insight and awareness into interests, values, skills, and the deci-
sion-making processes necessary for successful career and life                                                                       GEO	 101	                  Physical	Geography	[M/S]
planning .                                                                                                                           Physical Geography provides an introduction to the physical earth .
8998 DII             2         DE LEON, C                         ARR               ARR                                              It may include processes, which impact the earth; it may also in-
This course is conducted primarily through the internet. Students may be required to make occasional visits to campus. Students      clude the relationship between humans and the earth . Study of
who have not successfully completed a WebCT class are required to attend WebCT orientation. DI fee $30, Testing fee $25. Man-
datory class orientation Thursday 4/6/06 4:00pm-5:00pm in the CareeTransfer Center.                                                  the physical areas and environment of the earth . Topics include
                                                                                                                                     the weather, climate water cycle, plate tectonics, gradation and
                                                                                                                                     soils . The class also covers how humans influence and are influ-
                                                    ENGLISH                                                                          enced by their environment .
ENG	 101	                 English	Composition	[C]                                                                                    8524 DII              5         WALKER, C                           ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     Mandatory orientation 4/4/06 @ 7:00 PM in S230. Please contact Carol Walker at carol.walker@columbiabasin.edu if further
Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition,                                                                 information is required. This class is primarily conducted through the internet.
with emphasis on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prereq-
uisite: A passing grade in ENG 99 or ASSET score of 43 or above .                                                                    GEO	 150	                  Cultural	Geography	[S/B]
8056 DII             5         MEINERS, E                         ARR               ARR                                              An introduction to the use of human geography as a framework
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
                                                                                                                                     with which to critically analyze and understand the world, both
top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners      on a micro and macro level . CBC?s course in Cultural Geography
by the second day of class either via email at Emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2613.
                                                                                                                                     provides an introduction to the ways in which human groups think
8057 DII             5         SEALY, B                           ARR               ARR                                              about, arrange, and modify their physical habitats . This geographic
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad
                                                                                                                                     knowledge is a basic means to understanding one?s own world
Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2760.                             and the worlds of others .
                                                                                                                                     8526 DII              5         WOODS, M                            ARR               ARR
ENG	 201	                 Advanced	English	Composition	[C]                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed
An advanced expository writing course, focusing on research es-                                                                      at www.columbiabasin.edu under the distance learning heading. Read bulletins and syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
says and other aspects of college writing . Prerequisite: ENG 101 .
8064 DII             5         DECHTER, K                         ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                                                           HEALTH	EDUCATION
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are
listed at www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under the Distance Learning heading. Those unable to attend must contact Kathy Dechter by
the second day of class, via email at Kathy.Dechter@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2331.
                                                                                                                                     HE	         170	           Health	and	Wellness	[PE]
                                                                                                                                     Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the
8066 DII             5         JONES, D                           ARR               ARR                                              college age student . Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and pre-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are
listed at www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under the Distance Learning heading. Those unable to attend must contact Leah Schaeffer by
                                                                                                                                     venting disease and illness with a wellness lifestyle .
the second day of class, via email at Leah.Schaeffer@columbiabasin.edu or at ext. 2613.                                              8096 DII              3         VLADIMIROFF                         ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable
                                                                                                                                     to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@
                                                                                                                                     columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2254.




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                                                                                DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

HE	         240	          Stress	Management	[PE]                                                                                     MTH	 130	                 Math	Appreciation	[M/S]	[Q/SR]
A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or                                                                           This class is designed for the student who has successfully com-
minimize this stress . Theories, implications, and practical appli-                                                                  pleted Intermediate Algebra . The course will attempt to make
cations are emphasized .                                                                                                             mathematics enjoyable, practical, understandable and informa-
8094 DII             3         VLADIMIROFF                        ARR               ARR                                              tive using a variety of real-life applications . Topics include: Linear,
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Those who are unable       quadratic, exponential and logarithmic models, geometry, tessel-
to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@
columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2254.
                                                                                                                                     lations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability and
                                                                                                                                     statistics . The class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement
                                                                                                                                     for the AA degree . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or better in MTH 95,
                                                    HISTORY                                                                          MTH 98 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement .
HIS	 103	                 World	Civilizations	[H]                                                                                    8590 DII             5         BOURAMA, T                         ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the                                                                      fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation
                                                                                                                                     4/3/06 @ 7:00 PM in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at toure.bourama@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This
birth of the modern age to the present . Emphasis is on the devel-                                                                   course is primarily conducted through the internet.
opment of the modern nation-state, international relations, socio-
economic developments and shifting patterns of thought .                                                                             MTH	 143	                 Basic	Statistics	[M/S]	[Q/SR]
8218 DII             5         ARNOLD, D                          ARR               ARR                                              A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
                                                                                                                                     as business, behavioral sciences, computer science, etc . A study of
orientation: Tuesday, 4/4/06, 6:00 pm, Room L102.                                                                                    both descriptive and inferential statistics . It includes measures of
                                                                                                                                     central tendency, probability, sampling methods, hypothesis test-
                              INTERCULTURAL	STUDIES                                                                                  ing, linear regression and correlation . Prerequisite: Grade of 2 .0 or
                                                                                                                                     better in MTH 95, MTH 98 or ASSET/COMPASS test placement .
ICS	        125	          Native	American	Culture	[H]                                                                                8592 DII             5         BOURAMA, T                         ARR               ARR
An introduction to the history and culture of Native American                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation
peoples . The situation of Native Americans in contemporary so-                                                                      4/3/06 @ 7:00 PM in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at toure.bourama@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This
                                                                                                                                     course is primarily conducted through the internet.
ciety is also discussed with particular focus on issues of tribal
sovereignty .                                                                                                                        MTH	 154	                 Precalculus	I	[M/S]
1044 DIH             5         ARNOLD, D                          TTh               11:30AM-12:30PM                        L109      Designed to prepare the student for entry into Basic Calculus . Pre-
Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $30.00 fee.
                                                                                                                                     calculus I together with Precalculus II is designed to prepare the
                                                                                                                                     student for entry into the calculus sequence: MTH 231, MTH 232,
                                               LITERATURE                                                                            MTH 233 and MTH 234 . The topics include absolute value, com-
LIT	        150	          Intro	to	Literature	[H]                                                                                    plex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, rational, polyno-
This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry and                                                                       mial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions,
drama and is designed to help students develop a method of                                                                           theory of equations, and sequences and series . Prerequisite: Grade
reading and evaluating literature . Prerequisite: ENG 101, or con-                                                                   of 2 .0 or better in MTH 95, MTH 98 or ASSET/COMPASS test place-
current with English 101 .                                                                                                           ment . Students completing MTH 154 may not recieve graduation
8072 DII             5         MATHESIUS, M                       ARR               ARR                                              credit for MTH 157 .
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are
                                                                                                                                     8596 DII             5         ZHANG, L                           ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
listed at www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under Distance Learning. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact          fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation
Matt Mathesius by the second day of class, either via email at mathesiusm@columbiabasin.edu or by phone ext. 2215.                   4/3/06 @ 6:00 PM in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at limin.zhang@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course
                                                                                                                                     is primarily conducted through the internet.

                                            MATHEMATICS
                                                                                                                                                                                            MUSIC
MTH	 084	                 Algebra/Geometry
This introductory course includes signed number operations, al-                                                                      MUS	 115	                 Music	Appreciation	[H]
gebraic concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates,                                                                     The study of musical literature from early times to the present .
angles, triangles, and area and volume . For the student who has                                                                     Emphasis on listening and enjoyment through the use of record-
never taken algebra or who needs a refresher before enrolling in                                                                     ings, attendance at concerts, and films .
MTH 91 . Prerequisite: MTH 082 with appropriate TABE test score                                                                      8040 DIH             5         JONES, B                             W               7:30PM- 8:30PM                         P203
                                                                                                                                     Class meets once a week with the remining instruction delivered through use of the internet. $30 fee. WebCT orientations are
or MTH 083 or ASSET/COMPASS placement .                                                                                              available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance learning
                                                                                                                                     section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Barton Jones by the second day of
8794 DII             2         LIEBLER, N                         ARR               ARR                                              class, either via email at bjones@colubiabasin.edu or ext. 2331.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                            8042 DIH             5         JONES, B                            Th               6:10PM- 7:10PM                         P203
                                                                                                                                     Class meets once a week with the remining instruction delivered through use of the internet. $30 fee. WebCT orientations are
                                                                                                                                     available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance learning
MTH	 095	                 Intermediate	Algebra                                                                                       section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Barton Jones by the second day of
This course is a rapid coverage of high school level algebra . Topics                                                                class, either via email at bjones@colubiabasin.edu or ext. 2331.

include: Integer and rational exponents, operations with polyno-
mials and factoring, operations with rational and radical expres-
                                                                                                                                     MUS	 116	                 History	of	Jazz	[H]
                                                                                                                                     The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white
sions, solving quadratic and rational equations, graphs of lines
                                                                                                                                     America . This is an intercultural humanities course . Emphasis on
and parabolas, systems of equations, complex numbers, functions,
                                                                                                                                     listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, atten-
and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: 2 .0 or
                                                                                                                                     dance at concerts, and films .
better in MTH 91, or 2 .0 or better in MTH 97, or ASSET/COMPASS
                                                                                                                                     8044 DII             5         CLARK, D                           ARR               ARR
test placement .                                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
                                                                                                                                     fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
8556 DII             5         ZHANG, L                           ARR               ARR                                              top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00   Clark by the second day of class, either via email at dclark@colubiabasin.edu or x 2331.
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory orientation
4/3/06 @ 5:00 PM in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at limin.zhang@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course
is primarily conducted through the internet.




6 - Distance Learning
                                                                                  DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#       SEC.    CREDITS     INSTRUCTOR                            DAY             TIME                                    LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY              TIME                                  LOCATION

                          NUTRITION	&	FOOD	SCIENCE                                                                                                                                             SPEECH
NFS	 111	                  Nutrition	&	Food	Science	[M/S]                                                                                SPE	 111	                 Communication	Behavior	[C]
Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients . Eco-                                                                          This course is recommended for students seeking to improve
nomic, cultural and psychological influences are considered . The                                                                        their communication with friends, family and co-workers . It is de-
need for vitamins, minerals, and special nutritional requirements                                                                        signed to heighten the student’s awareness of personality styles
at different stages of the life cycle and special topics of current                                                                      and communication behaviors and their respective impact on
concern are included .                                                                                                                   interpersonal and group communication . Credit not granted for
8490 DII              5         BARTON, D                           ARR               ARR                                                both SPE 110 and SPE 111 .
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Mandatory               8086 DII             5         CLARY, C                           ARR               ARR
Orientation: 4/4/06 @ 6:00 PM in room S230.                                                                                              This class is conducted primarily through the internet. $30 fee. A WebCT orientation is required for those who have not previ-
                                                                                                                                         ously taken an online class at CBC. Sign up for this at www.columbiabasin.edu/elearning. If you have questions about the class,
                                                                                                                                         contact Cathy Clary at claryc@columbiabasin.edu or by phone (509) 547-0511 ext. 2309..

                                                PSYCHOLOGY                                                                               SPE	 260	                 Multicultural	Communications	[C]
PSY	 101	                  General	Psychology	[S/B]                                                                                      Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-
Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior and men-                                                                          sensitive methods of identifying basic problems involving
tal processes . Some areas of study are personality and learning                                                                          communication failures across ethnic and racial settings . The
theory, neurobiology, motivation, cognition, memory, research                                                                            course is designed to encourage participants to explore their
design and methods .                                                                                                                     own cultural identities in relationship to their cultures and those
2044 DIH              5         TAFF, M                             MW                11:30AM-12:30PM                          L109      of others in order to improve the quality of their interpersonal
Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $30.00 fee.
                                                                                                                                         communication skills . They will also learn to apply various multi-
8206 DII              5         BEARD, K                            ARR               ARR                                                cultural approaches to behavior modification, racism, sexism, the
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor        valuing of cultural diversity, collaboration, and the move toward
orientation: Monday, 4/3/06, 7:00 pm., Room A126.
                                                                                                                                         inherent pluralism .
8208 DII              5         MEADOWS, D                          ARR               ARR                                                8090 DII             5         BACON, J                           ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
at www.columbiabasin.edu under the distance learning heading. Read bulletins and syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.                   fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
                                                                                                                                         top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie
                                                                                                                                         Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at ext. 2331.
PSY	 240	                  Developmental	Psychology	[S/B]
A comprehensive survey of psychological development of the hu-
man from conception to death in relation to biological, physical,                                                                                                                    THEATRE	ARTS
social and psychological conditions . Prerequisite: PSY 101 .                                                                            THA	 215	                 Survey	of	Theatre	History	[H]
8212 DII              5         BEARD, K                            ARR               ARR                                                This is a survey course that will cover significant trends and inno-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor        vations throughout theatre history from its inception in ancient
orientation: Monday,4/3/06, 6:00 pm, Room A126.                                                                                          Greece through the present . The emphasis, however, will be on
                                                                                                                                         early theatre and its development and evolution .
                                                     READING                                                                             8037 DII             5         CAMPBELL, R                        ARR               ARR
                                                                                                                                         This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
RDG	 110	                  Study	Techniques                                                                                              fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the
                                                                                                                                         top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Ronn
Students become active learners by developing academic study                                                                             Campbell by the second day of class, either via email at ronn.campbell@columibabasin.edu or by phone at ext 2344.

strategies for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus
resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test
preparation and taking . This is a directed learning course offered
by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction includes
textbook and Web activities . $5 Testing Fee .
8948 DII             1- 3 SANDMEIER, S                              ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.


                                                  SOCIOLOGY
SOC	 101	                  Intro	to	Sociology	[S/B]
An introduction to the scientific study of society . Emphasis on
relationship of the individual to society, inequality, social institu-
tions, and deviant behavior .
8214 DII              5         CHAKRABARTI                         ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00
fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor
orientation: Wednesday, 4/5/06, 6:00 pm, Room L107.

SOC	 201	                  Global	Social	Problems	[S/B]
Examines conditions that adversely affect the quality of life in the
United States . Deviant behavior (crime, alcoholism, drug abuse,
sexual deviance, mental illness) and problems of inequality (in-
cluding poverty, racism, and sexism) will be covered .
8216 DII              5         HELFORD, R                          ARR               ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occasional visits to campus.
$30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition,
instructor orientation: Monday,4/3/06, 6:00 pm, Room L 102.




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                                                         FAST TRACK / WEEKEND
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR           DAY    TIME             LOCATION    LINE#     SEC.    CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR        DAY   TIME                  LOCATION

                                              EDUCATION                                                                            ART
ED	        135	          Career	Planning	Strategies                                   ART	 2201	 Sculpture	I
An introductory course designed to assist students in gaining                         A study of three-dimensional form with emphasis on the inter-relationships
insight and awareness into interests, values, skills, and the deci-                   between space and form through the techniques of modeling, mold-mak-
sion-making processes necessary for successful career and life                        ing, and casting . Recommended: ART 111 and ART 1121 .
planning .                                                                            8012 WK               3       BARLOW, H         Sa    8:00AM- 5:00PM        P101
8999 FT              2        DELEON, C            T      5:00PM- 7:15PM   A329                                     BARLOW, H         Su    9:00AM- 6:00PM        P101
                                                                                      Class meets May 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21.
Class meets 4/11/06 - 6/13/06. $25 testing fee.

                                                                                      ART	 2211	 Sculpture	II
                                                                                      A continuation of ART 220 with emphasis on the techniques of casting,
                                                                                      construction, and carving . Prerequisite: ART 2201 .
                                                                                      8014 WK               3       BARLOW, H         Sa    8:00AM- 5:00PM        P101
                                                                                                                    BARLOW, H         Su    9:00AM- 6:00PM        P101
                                                                                      Class meets May 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21.

                                                                                      ART	 2551	 Studio	Problems	-	Sculpture
                                                                                      Individual, contracted, advanced study in sculpture . Studio and seminar .
                                                                                      8028 WK 1- 3 BARLOW, H                          Sa    8:00AM- 5:00PM        P101
                                                                                                   BARLOW, H                          Su    9:00AM- 6:00PM        P101
                                                                                      Class meets May 6, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21.


                                                                                                                                  BIOLOGY
                                                                                      BIO	 1481	 Plant	Identification	Lab	[M/S]
                                                                                      Lab to be taken concurrently with BIO 148 .
                                                                                      8514 WK               2       VON REIS, J       Sa    ARR
                                                                                      $10 lab fee.


                                                                                                                   COMPUTER	APPLICATION
                                                                                      CA	            100	       Introduction	to	Microcomputers
                                                                                      Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or in-
                                                                                      terface systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet
                                                                                      software through hands-on experience . Recommended: Keyboarding ex-
                                                                                      perience or AOT 101 taken concurrently .
                                                                                      8308 WK               4       LUND, E           F     5:00PM- 9:30PM        W165

                                                                                                                                  ENGLISH
                                                                                      ENG	 088	                 Writing	Skills
                                                                                      This class is for students needing individualized instruction to improve their
                                                                                      proficiency in basic writing skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the
                                                                                      Learning Opportunities Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for
                                                                                      each student . The grade is pass/no-credit . Class held in Learning Opportu-
                                                                                      nities Center (LOC) where instruction is conducted in a lab format .
                                                                                      8704       WK         1       LEE, M            Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
                                                                                      8706       WK         2       LEE, M            Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
                                                                                      8708       WK         3       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    8:30AM- 2:30PM        A221
                                                                                      8710       WK         1       LEE, M            Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM        A221
                                                                                      8712       WK         3       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    9:30AM- 3:30PM        A221
                                                                                      8714       WK         1       LEE, M            Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
                                                                                      8716       WK         1       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    11:30AM- 1:30PM       A221
                                                                                      8718       WK         2       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    11:30AM- 3:30PM       A221
                                                                                      8720       WK         1       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    12:30PM- 2:30PM       A221
                                                                                      8722       WK         1       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    1:30PM- 3:30PM        A221
                                                                                      ENG	 091	                 Grammar	Skills
                                                                                      A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence structure,
                                                                                      usage, and mechanics . The grade is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learn-
                                                                                      ing Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .
                                                                                      8728       WK         1       LEE, M            Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
                                                                                      8730       WK         2       LEE, M            Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
                                                                                      8732       WK         3       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    8:30AM- 2:30PM        A221
                                                                                      8734       WK         1       LEE, M            Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM        A221
                                                                                      8736       WK         3       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    9:30AM- 3:30PM        A221
                                                                                      8737       WK         1       LEE, M            Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
                                                                                      8738       WK         1       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    11:30AM- 1:30PM       A221
                                                                                      8740       WK         2       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    11:30AM- 3:30PM       A221
                                                                                      8742       WK         1       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    12:30PM- 2:30PM       A221
                                                                                      8744       WK         1       SUNDBLAD, T       Sa    1:30PM- 3:30PM        A221



65 - Fast Track / Weekend
                                                     WEEKEND CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR         DAY      TIME               LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY     TIME                   LOCATION

ENG	 101	            English	Composition	[C]
Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition, with em-
                                                                                                                         READING
phasis on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prerequisite: A passing         RDG	 079	            Spelling
grade in ENG 99 or ASSET score of 43 or above .                                    This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through the
8060 WK         5        FIGUEROA, R         F       5:00PM- 7:10PM    B104B       use of spelling rules and in-context exercises . Grading is pass/no credit .
                         FIGUEROA, R        Sa       8:00AM-10:10AM    B104B       Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction
                                                                                   is a lab format .
                                HUMAN	SERVICES                                     8808
                                                                                   8810
                                                                                           WK
                                                                                           WK
                                                                                                   1
                                                                                                   2
                                                                                                            LEE, M
                                                                                                            LEE, M
                                                                                                                             Sa
                                                                                                                             Sa
                                                                                                                                     8:30AM-10:30AM
                                                                                                                                     8:30AM-12:30PM
                                                                                                                                                             A221
                                                                                                                                                             A221
HS	     241	         Advanced	Adolescent	Chemical	Dependency	                      8812    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      8:30AM- 2:30PM          A221
                     Assessment	&	Counseling                                       8814    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM          A221
This course will expand the knowledge gained in HS 231 and will provide            8816    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      9:30AM- 3:30PM          A221
additional experience with adolescent addictions theory . Specific course          8818    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM         A221
topics will include advanced adolescent assessment, adolescent and child           8820    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      11:30AM- 1:30PM         A221
development in relation to alcohol/drug use, and advanced assessment               8822    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      11:30AM- 3:30PM         A221
and treatment of the culturally diverse youth as required by Washington            8824    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      12:30PM- 2:30PM         A221
Administrative Code for Youth Chemical Dependency Counselors (YCDC) .              8826    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      1:30PM- 3:30PM          A221
2710 WK         5        OCHOA, T          SaSu      9:00AM- 5:00PM      L107      RDG	 082	            Study	Techniques
                                                                                   Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies
                                      MATHEMATICS                                  for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time)
                                                                                   management, creating a study system, test preparation and taking . This is
MTH	 080	            Whole	Numbers                                                 a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division . Class held in the Learn-     (LOC) . Instruction includes textbook and Web activities . $5 Testing Fee .
ing Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless            8832    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM          A221
otherwise noted . Prerequisite: ASSET test placement .                             8834    WK      2        LEE, M           Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM          A221
8750    WK      1        LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM      A221      8836    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      8:30AM- 2:30PM          A221
8752    WK      1        LEE, M             Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM      A221      8838    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM          A221
8754    WK      1        LEE, M             Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM     A221      8840    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      9:30AM- 3:30PM          A221
8756    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 1:30PM     A221      8842    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM         A221
8758    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       12:30PM- 2:30PM     A221      8844    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      11:30AM- 1:30PM         A221
8760    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       1:30PM- 3:30PM      A221      8846    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      11:30AM- 3:30PM         A221
                                                                                   8848    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      12:30PM- 2:30PM         A221
MTH	 081	            Fractions                                                     8850    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      1:30PM- 3:30PM          A221
Fraction operations and word problems . Class held in the Learning Oppor-
tunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise           RDG	 085	            Vocabulary	Improvement
noted . Prerequisite: MTH 080 or ASSET test placement .                            This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to increase their
7783    WK      1        LEE, M             Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM     A221      vocabulary using an in-context approach . Two levels of text are available,
8766    WK      1        LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM      A221      based on reading level . Grading is pass/no credit . Class held in the Learning
8768    WK      1        LEE, M             Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM      A221      Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .
8772    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 1:30PM     A221      8856    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM          A221
8774    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       12:30PM- 2:30PM     A221      8858    WK      2        LEE, M           Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM          A221
8776    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       1:30PM- 3:30PM      A221      8860    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      8:30AM- 2:30PM          A221
                                                                                   8862    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM          A221
MTH	 082	            Measures/Decimals/Percentages                                 8864    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      9:30AM- 3:30PM          A221
Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements and graphs . Class held      8866    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM         A221
in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format       8868    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      11:30AM- 1:30PM         A221
unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: MTH 081 or ASSET test placement .           8870    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      11:30AM- 3:30PM         A221
8782 WK         2        LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM      A221      8872    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      12:30PM- 2:30PM         A221
8784 WK         2        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 3:30PM     A221      8874    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      1:30PM- 3:30PM          A221
MTH	 083	            Review	Basics                                                 RDG	 088	            Reading	Skills
A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power and square         Designed for students needing individualized instruction to improve their
roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (fractions, decimals, per-           proficiency in basic reading skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in
centages) and tables and graphs . Class held in the Learning Opportunities         the LOC, the instructor develops a program for each student . Grading is
Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Pre-       pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
requisite: MTH 082 or ASSET test placement .                                       where instruction is a lab format . For those students whose schedules do
8790 WK         2        LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM      A221      not allow for Reading 091, this class serves as an alternate . Prerequisite:
8792 WK         2        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 3:30PM     A221      Minimum ASSET score of 32 or teacher recommendation .
                                                                                   8880    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM          A221
MTH	 084	            Algebra/Geometry                                              8882    WK      2        LEE, M           Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM          A221
This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic              8884    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      8:30AM- 2:30PM          A221
concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles,        8886    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM          A221
and area and volume . For the student who has never taken algebra or who           8888    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      9:30AM- 3:30PM          A221
needs a refresher before enrolling in MTH 91 . Prerequisite: MTH 082 with          8890    WK      1        LEE, M           Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM         A221
appropriate TABE test score or MTH 083 or ASSET/COMPASS placement .                8892    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      11:30AM- 1:30PM         A221
8800 WK         2        LEE, M             Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM      A221      8894    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      11:30AM- 3:30PM         A221
8802 WK         2        SUNDBLAD, T        Sa       11:30AM- 3:30PM     A221      8896    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      12:30PM- 2:30PM         A221
                                                                                   8898    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T      Sa      1:30PM- 3:30PM          A221




                         *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                Weekend Classes - 66
                                                 WEEKEND CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR     DAY      TIME                  LOCATION   LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                 DAY   TIME             LOCATION

RDG	 089	            Speed	Reading
This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading
                                                                                                                                      SPEECH
comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software .               SPE	 111	                  Communication	Behavior	[C]
Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Cen-      This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their com-
ter (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .                                     munication with friends, family and co-workers . It is designed to heighten
8904    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221      the student’s awareness of personality styles and communication behav-
8906    WK      2        LEE, M         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221      iors and their respective impact on interpersonal and group communica-
8908    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       8:30AM- 2:30PM         A221      tion . Credit not granted for both SPE 110 and SPE 111 .
8910    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221      8088 WK               5        FLEISCHMAN                 Sa    8:00AM- 5:00PM   B101
8912    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       9:30AM- 3:30PM         A221      Class meets April 8, 22, 29, May 13, May 20 and June 3.
8914    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221
8916
8918
        WK
        WK
                1
                2
                         SUNDBLAD, T
                         SUNDBLAD, T
                                        Sa
                                        Sa
                                                 11:30AM- 1:30PM
                                                 11:30AM- 3:30PM
                                                                        A221
                                                                        A221
                                                                                                                  WELDING	TECHNOLOGY
8920    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       12:30PM- 2:30PM        A221      WT	         1021	 Introduction	to	Shield	Metal	Arc	Welding
8922    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       1:30PM- 3:30PM         A221      An introduction to mild steel arc welding, consisting of manipulative skills
                                                                                  using the shield metal arc process with E6010 type mild steel electrode .
RDG	 105	            Speed	Reading                                                Prerequisite: Asset test placement with a math minimum of 32 and a read-
This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading           ing minimum of 35 or instructor’s permission .
comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software .               8666 WK 1- 3 EDWARDS, L                                   Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM   V130
Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruc-           $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
tion is a lab format .
8928    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221      WT	         1031	 Advanced	Shield	Metal	Arc	Welding
8930    WK      2        LEE, M         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221      This course will develop welding skills to meet AWS and ASME standards
8932    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       8:30AM- 2:30PM         A221      using the shielded metal arc process . Prerequisite: WT 1021 or instructor’s
8934    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221      permission .
8936    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       9:30AM- 3:30PM         A221      8672 WK 1- 3 EDWARDS, L                                   Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM   V130
8938    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221      $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8940    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       11:30AM- 1:30PM        A221
8942    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       11:30AM- 3:30PM        A221      WT	         1041	 Shield	Metal	Arc	Welding	Certification
8944    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       12:30PM- 2:30PM        A221      Advanced development of arc welding skills to meet AWS, WABO and ASME
8946    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       1:30PM- 3:30PM         A221      certification standards using the shielded metal process . Prerequisite: WT
                                                                                  1031 or instructor’s permission .
RDG	 110	            Study	Techniques                                             8674 WK 1- 3 EDWARDS, L                                   Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM   V130
Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies           $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time)
management, creating a study system, test preparation and taking . This is        WT	         1051	 Gas	Metal	Arc	Welding	(MIG)	Certificate
a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center           An introduction to gas metal arc welding, consisting of manipulative skills
(LOC) . Instruction includes textbook and Web activities . $5 Testing Fee .       using the gas metal arc process . Prerequisite: WT 1031 or instructor’s per-
8954    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221      mission .
8956    WK      2        LEE, M         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221      8679 WK 1- 3 EDWARDS, L                                   Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM   V130
                                                                                  $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8958    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       8:30AM- 2:30PM         A221
8960    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221
8962    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       9:30AM- 3:30PM         A221      WT	         2011	 Introduction	to	Pipe	Welding
                                                                                  An introduction to Pipe Welding using mild steel pipe and the shield metal
8964    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221
                                                                                  arc process with E6010 covered electrode . Develop the necessary welding
8966    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       11:30AM- 1:30PM        A221
                                                                                  skills and techniques to prepare for certificate in accordance with ASME
8968    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       11:30AM- 3:30PM        A221
                                                                                  code . Prerequisite: WT 1041, WT 1051, or instructor’s permission .
8970    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       12:30PM- 2:30PM        A221
8972    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       1:30PM- 3:30PM         A221      8686 WK 1- 3 EDWARDS, L                                   Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM   V130
                                                                                  $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

RDG	 115	            Vocabulary	Improvement                                       WT	         2021	 Gas	Tungsten	Arc	Welding	(TIG)
This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with empha-
sis on Greek and Latin root words . Also included are words often confused        This course is designed for the welding of plate and pipe using the Gas
and misused, descriptive words, action words, name derivatives and words          Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) process . Instruction will stress developing
from various academic disciplines . Class is held in the Learning Opportuni-      proper manipulative techniques and skills necessary to certify using the
ties Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .                             GTAW process . Prerequisite: WT 2011 or instructor’s permission .
8978    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       8:30AM-10:30AM         A221      8688 WK 1- 3 EDWARDS, L                                   Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM   V130
                                                                                  $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8980    WK      2        LEE, M         Sa       8:30AM-12:30PM         A221
8982    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       8:30AM- 2:30PM         A221      WT	         2031	 Pipe	Welding	Certification
8984    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM         A221      This course will have special emphasis on qualification tests for piping and
8986    WK      3        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       9:30AM- 3:30PM         A221      tubing . Prerequisites: WT 2021 or instructor’s permission .
8988    WK      1        LEE, M         Sa       10:30AM-12:30PM        A221      8692 WK 1- 3 EDWARDS, L                                   Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM   V130
8990    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       11:30AM- 1:30PM        A221      $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8992    WK      2        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       11:30AM- 3:30PM        A221
8994    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       12:30PM- 2:30PM        A221      WT	         2301	 Pipe	Welding	Refresher
8996    WK      1        SUNDBLAD, T    Sa       1:30PM- 3:30PM         A221      This course is designed for tradesmen who need upgrading on pipe weld-
                                                                                  ing procedures for employment in the piping field . Includes instruction and
                                                                                  practice for upgrading welding test qualifications and special applications .
                                                                                  Prerequisite: Trade experience . A test may be given to verify experience .
                                                                                  8695 WK 1- 3 EDWARDS, L                                   Sa    7:00AM- 1:00PM   V130
                                                                                  $10 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.




67 - Weekend Classes                                                                                              *Class meets at the Richland Campus.
                                                                               WORKSHOP CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                  LOCATION   LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR    DAY   TIME        LOCATION

                                               WORKSHOP
WKSP	 000	
W600 AA              0         STOKER, L                         ARR               ARR                                    G106
Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. New users must complete an orientation. Call
547-0511 ext. 2258 to schedule an orientation. Hours (M-TH) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.

WKSP	 090	                First	Year	Introduction
Introduction to the academic culture, purpose, expectations, re-
sources, procedures and policies . Required for all degree and cer-
tificate seeking students prior to enrollment in second quarter of
classes . There is a challenge fee of $50 .
W410 AA              0         BRANDES, D                           F               8:00AM-11:20AM                        L101
Class meets every Friday April 21 - May 5, 2006.
W412 BA              0         BRANDES, D                           F               8:00AM-11:20AM                        L107
Class meets every Friday April 21 - May 5, 2006.
W414 CA              0         BRANDES, D                           F               8:00AM-11:20AM                        L109
Class meets every Friday April 21 - May 5, 2006.
W418 DA              0         BRANDES, D                           F               9:10AM-12:30PM                        L101
Class meets every Friday April 21 - May 5, 2006.
W420 EA              0         BRANDES, D                           F               9:10AM-12:30PM                        L107
Class meets every Friday April 21 - May 5, 2006.
W422 FA              0         BRANDES, D                           F               9:10AM-12:30PM                        L109
Class meets every Friday April 21 - May 5, 2006.
W840 SB              0         BRANDES, D                           T               4:10PM- 7:30PM                     H183N
Class meets every Tuesday April 18 - May 2, 2006.
W842 TB              0         BRANDES, D                           T               4:10PM- 7:30PM                     H184N
Class meets every Tuesday April 18 - May 2, 2006.
W844 UB              0         BRANDES, D                           T               4:10PM- 7:30PM                     H186N
Class meets every Tuesday April 18 - May 2, 2006.




                               *Class meets at the Richland Campus.                                                                                                       Workshop Classes -- 68
                                                                         WORKSOURCE CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#      SEC.     CREDITS    INSTRUCTOR                          DAY             TIME                                  LOCATION    LINE#   SEC.   CREDITS   INSTRUCTOR       DAY       TIME                       LOCATION

                                WORKSOURCE	CLASSES                                                                                  Classes below are held in the WorkSource Center,
                                                                                                                                    85 N . Kellog, Suite D, Kennewick, (509) 74-7477 .
Self-paced courses designed for persons who need to improve or                                                                      All levels of ABE/GED are offered at the WorkSource from 8:00AM- 2:00PM,
learn workplace computer skills . Classes are held at WorkSource                                                                    for information on assessment & registration call (509) 547-05 ext . 20 .
Columbia Basin, 815 N. Kellogg, Suite D, Kennewick. For additional
information and registration call 734-5904 .                                                                                        ENG	 091	             Grammar	Skills
                                                                                                                                    6402     39      0.7      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
BT	         1003	 Word	2003                                                                                                         6404     40      0.7      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
9901 01              1- 1 DYE, S                                 ARR               ARR                                              6406     41      0.8      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                          WILLIAMSON, L                          ARR               ARR                                              6408     42      0.8      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Orientation required if taking one or more classes listed above. Call 734-5904 for orientation dates/times. Self-paced, Pass/Fail
courses designed to introduce student to basic computer skills. Keyboarding skills recommended.
                                                                                                                                    MTH	 080	             Whole	Numbers
                                                                                                                                    6412     43      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
BT	         1003	 Excel	2003                                                                                                        6414     44      0.3      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
9902 02              1- 1 DYE, S                                 ARR               ARR                                              6416     45      0.3      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                          WILLIAMSON, L                          ARR               ARR                                              6418     46      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Orientation required if taking one or more classes listed above. Call 734-5904 for orientation dates/times. Self-paced, Pass/Fail
courses designed to introduce student to basic computer skills. Keyboarding skills recommended.
                                                                                                                                    MTH	 081	             Fractions
BT	         1003	 Powerpoint	2003                                                                                                   6420     47      0.3      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
9903 03              1- 1 DYE, S                                 ARR               ARR                                              6422     48      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                          WILLIAMSON, L                          ARR               ARR                                              6424     49      0.3      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Orientation required if taking one or more classes listed above. Call 734-5904 for orientation dates/times. Self-paced, Pass/Fail
courses designed to introduce student to basic computer skills. Keyboarding skills recommended.
                                                                                                                                    6426     50      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                                                                                                                                    MTH	 082	             Measures/Decimals/Percentages
BT	         1003	 Access	2003                                                                                                       6428     51      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
9904 04              1- 1 DYE, S                                 ARR               ARR                                              6430     52      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                          WILLIAMSON, L                          ARR               7:00AM- 5:00PM                                   6432     53      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Orientation required if taking one or more classes listed above. Call 734-5904 for orientation dates/times. Self-paced, Pass/Fail
courses designed to introduce student to basic computer skills. Keyboarding skills recommended.                                     6434     54      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                                                                                                                                    6436     55      0.3      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
BT	         1003	 Windows	XP                                                                                                        6438     56      0.3      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
9905 05              1- 1 DYE, S                                 ARR               ARR                                              6440     57      0.3      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                          WILLIAMSON, L                          ARR               ARR                                              6442     58      0.3      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Orientation required if taking one or more classes listed above. Call 734-5904 for orientation dates/times. Self-paced, Pass/Fail
courses designed to introduce student to basic computer skills. Keyboarding skills recommended.
                                                                                                                                    MTH	 083	             Review	Basics
                                                                                                                                    6444     59      0.4      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
BT	         1003	 Outlook	2003                                                                                                      6446     60      0.4      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
9906 06              1- 1 DYE, S                                 ARR               ARR                                              6448     61      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                          WILLIAMSON, L                          ARR               ARR                                              6450     62      0.4      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Orientation required if taking one or more classes listed above. Call 734-5904 for orientation dates/times. Self-paced, Pass/Fail
courses designed to introduce student to basic computer skills. Keyboarding skills recommended.                                     6452     63      0.4      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                                                                                                                                    6454     64      0.2      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
BT	         101	          Keyboarding	I
9907 07              2         WILLIAMSON, L                     ARR               ARR                                              MTH	 084	             Algebra/Geometry
9908 08              2         WILLIAMSON, L                     ARR               ARR                                              6456     65      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Contact CBC Worker Retraining at (509) 734-5904 for orientation dates/times (5-week course to be completed during lab               6458     66      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
hours at WorkSource).
                                                                                                                                    6460     67      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                                                                                                                                    6462     68      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
BT	         102	          Keyboarding	II
9910 10              2         WILLIAMSON, L                     ARR               ARR                                              RDG	 079	             Spelling
Contact CBC Worker Retraining for orientation dates/times at 734-5904.
                                                                                                                                    6468     69      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
CA	         100	          Introduction	to	Microcomputers                                                                            6470     70      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
                                                                                                                                    6472     71      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems                                                                        6474     72      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word process-                                                                      6476     73      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
ing, and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience .                                                                         6478     74      0.5      ISAKSON, G    MTWTh        8:00AM- 2:00PM
Recommended: Keyboarding experience or AOT 101 taken con-
currently .
3065 AA              4         DYE, S                               F              7:15AM-11:45AM                        W165
3081 EA              4         DYE, S                               F              12:15PM- 4:45PM                       W165




69 - Worksource Classes
                                                                         FINALS SCHEDULE
                                                                                               Spring 2006
Special Notes:  .) All Math 95 and Math 98 students who are enrolled in a day section will take the final exam at the special time indicated below .
Evening Math 95 & Math 98 sections will take the final on the last regularly scheduled class day . 2 .) Evening English 201 sections will take the final on
the last regularly scheduled class day .


                               REGULAR CLASS TIME                                                                                                                              EXAM TIME

Wednesday, June 4, 2006:
                8 a .m . - 9 a .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8:00 a .m . - 10:00 a .m .
                10:20 a .m . - 11:20 a .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 10:15 a .m . - 12:15 p .m .
                12:40 p .m . - 1:40 p .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .12:30 p .m . - 2:30 p .m .
                4:00 p .m . or 5:00 p .m ., All Monday/Wednesday classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 5:00 p .m . - 7:20 p .m .
                7:30 p .m ., All Monday/Wednesday classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m .


Thursday, June 5 , 2006:
                9:10 a .m . - 10:10 a .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8:00 a .m . - 10:00 a .m .
                11:30 a .m . - 12:30 p .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 10:15 a .m . - 12:15 p .m .
                1:50 p .m . - 2:50 p .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .12:30 p .m . - 2:30 p .m .
                Math 95/98, All Day Sections  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 2:45 p .m . - 4 .45 p .m .
                4:00 p .m . or 5:00 p .m ., All Tuesday/Thursday classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 5:00 p .m . - 7:20 p .m .
                7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m ., All Tuesday/Thursday classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m .


Friday, June 6, 2006:
                6:50 a .m . - 7:50 a .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 6:50 a .m . - 8:50 a .m .
                3 p .m . - 4 p .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 9:20 a .m . - 11:20 p .m .

          Classes scheduled at times other than the above times, weekend classes, and evening classes
                          will conduct finals on the last regularly scheduled class day.




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ?
                                                                                                                                             Are you working
                                                                                                                                          toward a degree at CBC



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ?
                                                                                                                                                   Are you a
                                                                                                                                              Washington Resident?



If so, you may be eligible for


$194.00
toward your four or five credits this quarter.

                                                                How do you receive it

                                                                                     apply for financial aid
                                                                                      at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
                                                                                                                                First,                                                             ?
                                                                                                                     Second,
                                                           complete your financial aid file
                                                             at Columbia Basin College.



                                                                                                      Call (509) 547-0511, ext 2304
                                                                                                     if you have questions about this.
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 employment. Questions may be referred to Camilla Glatt, Affirmative Action Officer, (509) 547-0511, ext. 2348.

								
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